By shrawannomination form for GPF
By shrawanconversion of GPF advance into a final withdrawal
By shrawanConversion of advance to withdrawal is possible under RULE 16-A â€“ CONVERSION OF AN ADVANCE INTO A WITHDRAWAL
A subscriber who has already drawn or may draw in future an advance under Rule 12 for any of the purposes specified in sub-rule (1) of Rule 15 may convert, at his discretion by written request addressed to the Accounts Officer through the sanctioning authority, the balance outstanding against it into a final withdrawal on his satisfying the conditions laid down in Rules 15 and 16.
By shrawanDownload the Central Government General Provident Fund (GPF) withdrawal form.
By shrawanAPPLICATION FOR ADVANCE FROM GPF FUND / CPF FUND
RULE-12:ADVANCES FROM THE FUND
12. Advances from the fund -
(1) The appropriate sanctioning authority may sanction the payment to any subscriber of an advance consisting of a sum of whole rupees and not exceeding in amount three months' pay or half the amount standing to his credit in the Fund, whichever is less, for one or more of the follow- ing purposes:-
(a) to pay expenses in connection with the illness, (confinement) or a disability, including where necessary, the travelling expenses of the subscriber and members of his family or any person actually dependent on him;
( to meet cost of higher education, including where necessary, the travelling expenses of the subscriber and members of his family or any person actually dependent on him in the following cases, namely:-
(i) for education outside India for academic, technical, professional or vocational course beyond the High School stage; and
(ii) for any medical, engineering or other technical or specialized course in India beyond the High School stage, provided that the course of study is for not less than three years;
© to pay obligatory expenses on a scale appropriate to the subscriber's status which by customary usage the subscriber has to incur in connection with betrothal or marriages, funerals or other ceremonies;
(d) to meet the cost of legal proceedings instituted by or against the subscriber, any member of his family or any person actually dependent upon him, the advance in this case being available in addition to any advance admissible for the same purpose from any other Government source.
(e) to meet the cost of the subscriber's defence where he engages a legal practitioner to defend himself in an enquiry in respect of any alleged official misconduct on his part.
(f) [to purchase consumer durables such as TV, VCRNCP, washing machines, cooking range, geysers and computers.]
(g) [to meet the expenses for visiting places which, to the satisfaction of the sanctioning authority, are considered as places of pilgrimage or places of eminence of any religion.] (1-A) The President may, in special circumstances, sanction the payment to any subscriber of an advance if he is satisfied that the subscriber concerned requires the advance for reasons other than those mentioned in sub-rule (1).
(2) An advance shall not, except for special reasons to be recorded in writing, be granted to any subscriber in excess of the limit laid down in sub-rule (1) or until repayment of the last instalment of any previous advance.
(3) When an advance is sanctioned under sub-rule (2) before repayment of last instalment of any previous advance is completed, the balance of any previous advance not recovered shall be added to the advance so sanctioned and the instalments for recovery shall be fixed with reference to the consolidated amount.
(4) After sanctioning the advance, the amount shall be drawn on an authorization from the Accounts Officer in case where the application for final payment had been forwarded to the Accounts Officer under Clause (ii) of sub-rule (3) of Rule 34.
NOTE 1.- For the purpose of this rule, pay includes dearness pay where admissible.
NOTE 2.- The appropriate sanctioning authority for the purpose of this rule is specified in the Fifth Schedule.
NOTE 3.- A subscriber shall be permitted to take an advance once in every six months under item ( of sub-rule (1) of Rule 12.
Application Form for IMR Certificate
INSTRUCTION TO CANDIDATE FOR FILLING THE APPLICATION FORM FOR OBTAINING AN INDIAN MEDICAL REGISTER CERTIFICATE.
THE APPLICATION FORM SHOULD BE PROPERLY AND NEATLY FILLED IN AND SHOULD BE SUBMITTED ALONG WITH THE FOLLOWING DOCUMENTS: -
1. FOR PRIMARY REGISTRATION A BANK DRAFT OF RS. 1000/- (RUPEES ONE THOUSAND ONLY) IN FAVOUR OF “THE SECRETARY, MEDICAL COUNCIL OF INDIA, NEW DELHI” PAYABLE AT NEW DELHI SHOULD BE SENT ALONG WITH THE APPLICATION (CHEQUES ARE NOT ACCEPTED). IF, THE CERTIFICATE HAS TO BE SENT ABROAD BY COURIER THEN THE FEE WOULD BE $100 OR EQUIVALENT IN INDIAN CURRENCY. ON REVERSE OF DRAFT FOLLOWING DETAILS WILL BE FILLED IN BY THE APPLICANT AND DULY SIGNED
(a) Name :
(b) Father’s Name
(c) Purpose for which the draft submitted
(d) Telephone No with Code/Mobile No.
2. FOR EACH ADDITIONAL QUALIFICATION REGISTRATION, A FEE OF Rs 1000/- (RUPEES ONE THOUSAND ONLY) WILL BE CHARGED AND DRAFT BE MADE
3. AN ATTESTED COPY OF PERMANENT REGISTRATION CERTIFICATE.
4. ONE ADDITIONAL RECENT PASSPORT SIZE COLOUR PHOTOGRAPHS (FRONT VIEW)
ALONGWITH SIGNATURE ON REVERSE OF PHOTO.
5. RECEIPT DULY FILLED AND SIGNED BY THE RECEIVING OFFICER WILL BE OBTAINED BY THE APPLICANT FOR FUTURE REFERENCE.
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Gas KYC Form for Indane Gas, HP Gas and Bharat Gas
The KYC form for all gas connections remains the same with very few variations. The purpose of the form is to collect information about the customer so as to verify it and ensure that the person is actually eligible to receive the services of the gas agency. To that end the form collects the following information:
Personal details about you including your name, photographs, age and the names of your closest relatives.
It also collections contacts details like your residential address, phone numbers and email addresses.
It will also collect information about documents that you submit to support the information mentioned in the form.
Subscribers can obtain the application form for PRAN in the format prescribed by PFRDA (Pension Fund Regulatory & Development Authority) from DDO or can freely download from the CRA website (http://www.npscra.nsdl.co.in).
Child Care Leave (CCL) was not contained under the CCS (Leave) Rules, 1972, but is a new type of leave introduced and recommended by the sixth CPC for the central Govt. employees and came into effect from 01/09/2008 vide DOPT OM No. 13018/2/2008-Estt.(L), dated 11/09/2008.