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Saturday, February 28, 2015

Meeting with Hon. Anna Hazare for Old Pension Demand



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Most Hon'ble Hazareji

   It with great honour and due respect I would like to present before you some of the genuine and painful demands on behalf of the beleaguered  staff of Navodaya vidyalaya Samiti ; staff both in service and the retired. The reason why we wish to meet you is that we find in you the rays of hope as you symbolize today's justice. You inspire many with your vision and true mission. We, the staff of Navodaya Vidyalaya who work round the clock to feed, educate, enlighten the rural talents of Indian villages, who are economically and socially backward, and also who are mostly first generation learners. To uplift them Late prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi started this residential and co-educational education system all over the country, presently there are 600plus such schools. They are located in remote villages which are not properly connected with road, water and power. In such situations staff are working forgetting their kith and kins. Navodayas are the leading school system with 100% pass and 75% above with distinction. It is rare to see any one who completed education from Navodaya remain unemployed or straying. We could make good humans and good citizens with Gandhian values and principles of universal brotherhood. There are lakhs of rural children who could find their self and potential to serve for the cause of nation. This is our contribution to our country in nutshell.


Now our problem- we the staff don't have pension and other retirement benefits of Govt. of India which other employees enjoy. It is heartening to say that though we work average18 hours a day and we are not using the normal holidays except vacations. comparing to any school system or any government department we render service happily, but painfully to say our goodness and sincerity is exploited and we are treated step motherly. This is the only one educational department in India with out pensionery benefits. Many departments which were established later, were provided with retirement benefits though comparatively such institutions are located in urban areas as well as having less working hours.


Parliamentary committees, numerous commissions and ministries of H R D and Pensions and public grievances suggested and supported our cause but finance ministry rejected the proposals.  We knocked every doors for our rights and for the natural justice but all doors were closed by lame and unreasonable reasons. We are denied of our right because we are weak and unorganized. So reach you for justice as stand by with justice.

We conclude here with great hope that you can help us get justice to us.


With lots of unreserved and unconditional thanks.


 I remain


Sincerely Yours

(R.S Nayak )


C/o, Retd Principal,

187, FF3, Dolorosa Complex,

Chavdi , Canacona – South Goa (403702)  

Contact No: 09822228559/0832-2644055








Tuesday, February 24, 2015

All India NVS Employees Pension Seekers Forum - ACTION PLAN

Sirs/ Madam

I am to send herewith the letter of request to be forwarded to  Prime minister,Ministry of Finance and HRD ministry, secretary of HRD, Commissioner of NVS, all MPs and leaders of BJP . I send the  copy of letter for your perusal and onward transmission to the above mentioned officers. please kindly do it at the earliest.

You may be aware of the gathering of pension seekers at Pune on 15/2/2015

and decided -

1. To go on pen down strike/chalk from 1st April onwards yet it is to be finalized.

2. 11/5/2015 onwards to go on dharna in front of Samiti HQ and all are requested to book their ticket to Delhi in advance so as to reach on 11/5/ morning.

3. specific instructions will be given on the course of action later on.

4. For details contact Shri. R S Nayak, by email only

5. The organizers will take care of  the llegal aspects of the strike/ dharna by contacting the interested leaders as well as the associations.

6. Please convey this message to all retired people of samiti in your knowledge and contact.

With great hope that you would join whole heartedly to this mission a success,

with unreserved thanks

R S nayak, Rtd Principal organizing chief



Supreme Court limits Suspension period of Govt employees

A government employee can't be kept suspended for more than three months if not formally informed about the charges, the Supreme Court said Monday.

Based on the principle of human dignity and the right to speedy trial, the landmark verdict is expected to affect lakhs of government employees across India, many of whom are under suspension for years pending departmental proceedings.

"Suspension, specially preceding the formulation of charges, is essentially transitory or temporary in nature, and must perforce be of short duration," a bench headed by justice Vikramjit Sen said.

If the charge sheet or memorandum of charges was served within three month, the suspension could be extended, it ruled.

"If it (suspension) is for an indeterminate period or if its renewal is not based on sound reasoning…, this would render it punitive in nature," the court said.

It agreed with petitioner's senior counsel Nidhesh Gupta that a suspension order can't continue for an unreasonably long period.

Protracted periods of suspension had become the norm and not the exception that they ought to be, the court said. It drew a parallel with criminal investigation wherein a person accused of heinous crime is released from jail after the expiry of 90 days if police fail to file the charge sheet.

The suspended persons suffers even before being charged and "his torment is his knowledge that if and when charged, it will inexorably take an inordinate time for the inquisition or inquiry to come to its culmination". "Much too often this has now become an accompaniment to retirement," the court said, setting aside a direction of the central vigilance commission that required departmental proceedings to be kept in abeyance pending a criminal investigation.

The government, however, was free to transfer the officer concerned to any department in any of its offices to ensure the employee did not misuse contacts for obstructing the probe, the court said.

The order came on a petition filed by defence estate officer Ajay Kumar Choudhary, who was suspended in September 2011 for allegedly issuing wrong no-objection certificates for the use of a four-acre land parcel in Kashmir. After failing to get relief from the Delhi high court, Choudhary had moved the top court in 2013.

Since a charge sheet had already been served on Choudhary, these directions would not apply to his case, the court said.


DoPT clarifies leave encashment with LTC



Government of India

Ministry of Personnel, PG and Pensions

(Department of Personnel and Training)


New Delhi, dated the 9th February, 2015.



Subject: Encashment earned leave alongwith LTC- clarification.

The undersigned is directed to refer to DoPT’s 0.M. No. 31011/4/2008- Estt.(A), dated 23rd September, 2008 allowing encashment of earned leave alongwith LTC and to say that references have been received with regard to the number of times that a Government servant can avail of the encashment within the same block.


2. It is clarified that the Government servants governed by the CCS (Leave) Rules, 1972 and entitled to avail LTC may encash earned leave upto 10 days at the time of availing both types of LTCs, i.e. ‘Hometown’ and ‘anywhere in India’. However, when the one and the same LTC is being availed of by the Government servant and his family members separately in a block year, encashment of leave would be restricted to one occasion only.

3. Hindi version will follow.

( Mukul Ratra )



Govt may sanction LTC Yearly and include Hotel Expenses in the new budget

In order to give boost to the tourism sector, the Budget for 2015-16 is likely to expand the scope of LTA and LTC by including hotel and other expenses besides travel for the purpose of tax benefit.

The Ministry, sources said, it is also considering a proposal to allow employees to avail Leave Travel Concession (LTC)/ Leave Travel Allowance (LTA) every year as against the current practice of two times in a block of four years.

At present, LTA or LTC covers only economy class air travel or first class (AC I Class) rail fare. An announcement in this regard is likely to be made in the Budget to be presented by Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on February 28.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi had earlier expressed his keenness to promote tourism. Experts are of the view that encouragement to the tourism sector will promote development of different regions and create employment opportunities.

"To boost domestic tourism and also provide some tax relief to the individuals, the Leave Travel Concession benefit should be increased to one visit for every financial year," KPMG (India) Partner Vikas Vasal said.

He further suggested that tax concessions should also be made available for stay in hotel may also be covered to help families avail of a holistic benefit.

The LTC/LTA is available to the individual and his family including spouse, two children, parents, brothers and sisters, who are wholly dependent on the assessee.

"There is a huge scope for developing the tourism industry in India which provides direct and indirect employment to millions of people. Therefore, an enhanced tax relief to individuals on LTC will benefit the overall economy," Vasal said.

Friday, February 20, 2015

Convention at Pune for Old Pension Successful


Chalo Delhi Movement  on 10 th  May 2015  resolved in the Convention held at Pune recently...  A dharna to be held in front of NVS Headquarters NOIDA on 10/5/2015.

Meanwhile,more and more memoranda to be sent to the Executive body, Finance Body etc Central Executive Body of NVS, HRD Ministry etc
Detailed action plan follows...

Convener : RS NAYAK
              Retd Principal , JNV South Goa.

Thursday, February 12, 2015

AINVSA invites all JNVs and Office bearers for Old Pension demand Convention at Pune

Ref. No: AINVSA/CEC/2015/ DGS/01                                                  Date:-12/02/2015

All the Unit Associations,
Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas


Dear Friends,
A convention is to be organized in Pune, Maharashtra  on 15th February 2015  in order to evolve a solution for the Pension Case, dismissed by Hon. Supreme Court recently, filed by Staff of Different JNV’s. 

All who are interested to join are whole heartedly welcomed.

All the Unit Associations are requested to send representatives in more numbers so as to demonstrate the unity of Associations, before the NVS Administration and UOI (Union of India) to achieve the legitimate and genuine age old demand: CCS PENSION, GOI 1972 Scheme to the employees of NVS.

At least Four Delegates (Two teaching & two Non-teaching) from each Vidyalaya should participate in this convention along with the Principal/ Vice Principal in order to represent properly , and come to an unanimous opinion.

Office bearers n  Representatives of:

All India Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya Principal’s Forum,

All India Navodaya Vidyalaya Staff Association,

Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti employees Association,

All India Navodaya Viodyalaya Catering Asst. Association , NESU etc

Are   earnestly requested to stand united for one cause. ,
CCS 1972 Pension Scheme
          to NVS employees

Time:     10.00 AM

 Date:      15-02-2015. (SUNDAY)

Venue : All India Institute of Local self      
          Pinac Memories,
     2nd Phase, L Builg,
      Kothrud stand,
     Near Hotel Konark


Your cooperation and coordination is highly solicited.

                             For any Queries contact: 

                 01.    R.S Nayak (Retd. Principal) JNV, Canacona,        0982222855         

                  02.   Mr. Arun Meshram, Audit Asstt, NVS RO Pune    09890691767
03    Mr. M B Parmar, Audit Asstt NVS RO Pune         09850069733
                   04    Mr. G Y Jadhav, JNV  Jalna                                    08605693360

    Thanking you

  Yours faithfully
Deputy Gen. Secy. AINVSA CEC
                                      For AINVSA          

Wednesday, February 11, 2015


                          Sub: CONVENTION TO HELD AT PUNE ON 15.02.2015
Dear Friends,
You all may be aware of the verdict of Honorable Supreme Court regarding the pension case filed by Staff of Different JNV’s.  The case was dismissed leaving all JNV Staff in to sec helplessness.  The dejection thereby caused a lot of agony and frustration among all the staff who work hard sincerely round clock to manifest vision and mission of nation and Samiti into reality.  The unfold and numerous  sufferings of the staff, particularly earlier staff, who without base essential means toiled to  establish is spotted  globally and  appraised  as one of the  best educational institutions in the world.  But the most painful part is that govt.  forget the blood sweating of the  staff and  our basic right of pension (CCS 1972) has been flatly rejected. It is our right and we have to get it.  Till we get it we have to fight for it.
In order to evolve a solution for this convention is organized in Pune on 15th February 2015.  All who are interested to join are whole heartedly welcomed.  The venue is
All India Institute of Local self Government
Pinac Memories,
2nd Phase, L Builg,
Kothrud stand, Near Hotel Konark
Date& time      : 15th FEBRUARY 2015 ( SUNDAY)   at 10.00  am
            All your co-operation is highly solicited and make their convention a grand  success. Feel free to express your opinions and  let us work together to achieve our   genuine demand and our basic right.
Thanking you,
Yours sincerely

Station Co-ordinators & Associates
Mobile :
R.S Nayak, Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya Campus
Canacona  P.O, South Goa Dist, Goa. 403702
B.A. Maindrage, Principal, JNV Pune .
R.T. Lad, Principal, JNV Kolhapur,
Shri. A.K Prasad, Vice Principal, JNV Jamnagar.

Mr. Shapurkar, PGT Hindi, JNV Pune

Mr. Thonde, P.G.T Hindi, JNV Osmanabad .

Mrs.Sharda Ahire, PGT English, JNV Buldhana

Mr. N.P Mehar, Librarian, JNV, Wardha

Mr. Sajith Nair, TGT English, JNV Surat.
Mr. Pankaj Gosai, OS, JNV Mehsana

Mr. Bansode, TGT English, JNV Thane.

Mr. Francis M.A. TGT English, JNV South Goa

Mr. C.B. Pedram , Cattering Asst., JNV Ahamadnagar

Mr. Narendra Suryawanshi, SUPW, JNV Akola.

Mrs. Deepa Desai, Staff Nurse, JNV South Goa.

Shri D S Desphande,   Ex-OS Amravati
Shri S.H. Mutange,  Ex-OS Latur

Shri Y P Vyas, OS, JNV Rajkot
Shri M B Parmar, AA, RO Pune
Shri Arun Meshram, AA,   RO Pune
Shri P K Pawar, Ex-OS, JNV Osmanabad
Shri U.G. Birajdar, OS, JNV Beed

Shri Nitin Budge, OS, JNV Ahmednagar

Shri S M Wankar, NVS RO, Pune

Shri Udani, OS, JNV Jamnagar

Shri C S Tadvi, OS, JNV Panchmahal

Shri A S Jadhav, OS, JNV Osmanabad
Shri R D Phutane, OS, JNV Sangli

For any detailed information please contact to :
01.  Mr. Arun Meshram, Audit Asstt, NVS RO Pune               09890691767
02    Mr. M B Parmar, Audit Asstt NVS RO Pune                      09850069733
03    Mr. G Y Jadhav, JNV  Jalna                                                  08605693360