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    maadhu

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    Retired employees--welfare

    Post by maadhu on Mon Aug 13, 2012 7:16 pm

    Hi All.
    Greetings to all members.
    I have joined today .
    I am a retired OC Deputy Manager,presently Asst Gnl Manager ,Ithink.
    I retired in 2004.
    Is there any programme to take care of retired employees by the assn?
    May I suggest a few area?
    1.It is a hastle to claim medical benefits for us.
    Can the Corpn evolve a scheme of providing smart cards to retd employees by which treatment will be given at enlisted hospitals without much formalities and the bill raised with FCI?
    2. The details of enlisted hospitals are not easily available (though I personally visit FCI website and learn this ,for many without this facility it is a hastle.
    3.Many old direct recruits are in dire circumstances.Can this assn take steps to bring a pension scheme even if it entails deposition of their management contribution.This will benefit existing employees too.
    Pl convey your views
    RGDS
    Madhavan

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    Re: procedure for payment of medical reimbursement to retired employees

    Post by Admin on Thu Aug 23, 2012 2:14 am

    The revised guidelines of DPE has specified that any pension scheme would have to be on defined contribution basis and can not be on defined benefit basis. Naturally any contribution can only be during the normal service life and not after retirement. As part of the 2007 wage negotiation process, a defined contribution based Pension scheme has been proposed for FCI employees. However it can only benefit those who were in service on 1.1.2007 or employed thereafter.

    Smart Card or anything similar can not be implemented in isolation only for retired employees. Any such measure would have to implemented for both working as well as retired employees. However, as part of the wage revision process of 2007, a new Medical Scheme has been proposed wherein existing employees would contribute part of their salary to subsidise the medical expenditure of retired employees. The scheme also proposes that every retired employee be given an information booklet annually on payment of token annual charge.
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    nu_lee2003

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    benfit of medical

    Post by nu_lee2003 on Fri Sep 14, 2012 12:03 pm

    Sir,
    Mr Madhvan desired some streamline in reiumbursement of medical
    to retired officer who stands paid contribution as two month salary in advan provision is there that if some one goes for operation/hospitalisation the medical fascility works
    but you will appreciate that aretired employee non-pensioner can hold medical expendture of his spouse or children as medicines are v. costly which persons employees working new scales cant imagine.we like yr elaborations and concerted help in any after disscussion with Batua Sir if needed.
    with best regds
    sincerly
    rcs
    lucknow
    empl code:s-22060-c

    Murari lal Gupta

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    procedure for payment of medical reimbursement to retired employees

    Post by Murari lal Gupta on Mon Dec 17, 2012 5:27 pm

    I retired in May,2010 from Bathinda(Punjab).My medical identity card was also issued by Area Manager, FCI, Bathinda.

    I had not claimed any medical claim/ bill after my retirement and also in financial year 2012-13:

    I had taken indoor treatment (IPD) from private hospital in Bathinda
    and if I submit a medical bill for Rs.35000/- or less in the office of Area Manager, FCI,Bathinda for reimbursement:

    a) What is the procedure for reimbursement of medical bills for IPD treatment from Private hospital for retired/regular employees?

    b) How my payment will be regulated/reimbursed?

    c) who will make reimbursement of my medical bills.

    d) Can Area Manager, FCI,Bathinda reimburse upto Rs.100000/- or Rs.1.50 lacs as the case may be(if Rs.1 lac is carried forward to next year) to retired employees.

    Please clarify.

    M.L.Gupta,









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    Re: procedure for payment of medical reimbursement to retired employees

    Post by Admin on Tue Dec 25, 2012 1:58 am

    All bills would be processed by the concerned Area Office, subject to the annual ceilings under the scheme. For a person who has not made any claim in 2011-12, the annual ceiling of IPD for 2012-13 is Rs.1.50 Lakhs.
    However, the normal rate restrictions for individual procedures and treatments would apply.

    skchhabra

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    Re: procedure for payment of medical reimbursement to retired employees

    Post by skchhabra on Thu Mar 21, 2013 6:12 pm

    Reone manager retired on 31/7/2007 he got admitted in heart care centre on 1/1/2011 -In the authprisation letter entitled amount was restricted rs 88000/ ss ors10477/ has been claimed as OPD during 2010/2011,No claim tpwarfs IPD was made during 2009/2010 while reg OPD he does not remember.It may be clarified whether he is entitled for IPD
    whether he is entitled fpr IPD for rs 139523/ as he has not recd any amt towards IPD during 2009/2010
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    nu_lee2003

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    Re: procedure for payment of medical reimbursement to retired employees

    Post by nu_lee2003 on Thu Mar 21, 2013 9:10 pm

    To Admn.
    Gone trhough latest elaborations on the issue.
    Still not clear on following.
    1 what are medical benefit to beneficiery
    retired on 30-04-2010.
    2.Quantum of benefit yearly on pvt treatment
    for life saving deseases.
    3.Pension benefit to employees joined on 22-06-1971
    as per G.O.I. new guideline invogue.
    4. Subsequent over all benefit together with circular
    issued in FCI by HQs's to all Regions if any.
    with regards
    r c srivastava
    employee code: s-22060-c(manager,Vigilance UP Region)

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    Re: procedure for payment of medical reimbursement to retired employees

    Post by Admin on Sun Apr 07, 2013 3:58 am

    skchhabra wrote:Reone manager retired on 31/7/2007 he got admitted in heart care centre on 1/1/2011 -In the authprisation letter entitled amount was restricted rs 88000/ ss ors10477/ has been claimed as OPD during 2010/2011,No claim tpwarfs IPD was made during 2009/2010 while reg OPD he does not remember.It may be clarified whether he is entitled for IPD
    whether he is entitled fpr IPD for rs 139523/ as he has not recd any amt towards IPD during 2009/2010
    The benefit of OPD is applicable only for specified diseases that need prolonged and regular treatment. So a person availing benefit is expected to lodge claim every year.
    As per the scheme in force as of 1.1.2011, the benefit of additional amount was available only if ZERO claim has been made under the scheme in the immediate previous year, OPD and IPD taken together.

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