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DLC Rates to be base for Evaluating Current Value of the Immovable Properties

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Jaipur, Taking important decision regarding declaration of immovable assets for all the officers of the State services the government has decided that in case of non-compliance of the order on declaration of assets by the officers not having any promotion pending but their service period is remaining would not get the benefit of the annual salary hike. The decision was taken in State Cabinet's meeting held at Chief Minister's office on Wednesday. The meeting was presided over by Chief Minister Shri Ashok Gehlot. 

The proposal related to making D.L.C. rates as base for evauluating current value of the immovable property was also approved in the meeting.

The State Cabinet also gave approval to the proposal related to the execution of the recommendations of the three-member Ministerial Sub-Committee which had negotiated with the agitating Medical Teachers on various issues. It would pave way for providing better facilities to the Medical Teachers.

After the decision of the Cabinet the grade pay for the Senior Professor would be Rs. 10,000 from current grade pay of Rs. 8,900. To provide similar promotion chances as Centre it was decided that under D.A.C.P. scheme three promotions would be given within time period of 14 years without the compulsion of availability of the vacant posts. Under D.A.C.P. scheme the proposed promotion would be as following – From Assistant Professor to Associate Professor in 6 years, from Associate Professor to Professor in 4 years, and from Professor to Senior Professor in 4 years. Professors who complete 14 years service under D.A.C.P. scheme would be provided grade pay of Senior Professor after completing two years in grade pay of Professor.

The State Cabinet also decided to increase the current Non Practice Allowance (NPA) for Medical Teachers and other doctors from existing 20 to 25 percent. Now the private practice fee fixed for Assistant Professor would be Rs. 100, for Associate Professor Rs. 125, for Professor Rs. 150 and for Senior Professor Rs 200 for per visit. A separate committee would be constituted for other issues related to private practice.

The State Cabinet also gave aporoval to the proposal related to the amendment in the Rajasthan Public Service Commission (Limitation of Functions) Regulations, 1951. The title of the proposed regulation is the Rajasthan Public Service Commission (Limitation of Functions) (Amendment) Regulations, 2011. It would draw a clear line between posts which fall under the limitations of the RPSC and out of its limitations. 

Currently all technical and non-technical posts in Subordinate Service or State Services with intial minimum pay of Rs 5000 or less are out of the limitations of the RPSC. Under Rajasthan Civil Services (Revised Pay Scale) Rules, 2008 (F/A) the pay scale 5000-8000 has been revised as RPB 9300-34800 with grade pay of Rs.3200. In such circumstances it was necessary that the minimum pay scale of Rs. 5000 be replaced with an initial grade pay of Rs. 3200 in Rajasthan Public Service Commission (Limitation of Functions) Regulations, 1951 after amendment. 
The Cabinet also approved the proposal of setting up of new project having 2x135 MW capacities in Barmer under the provisions of the 'Policy for Promotion of Private Sector Investment for Setting up of Power Generation Projects in the State of Rajasthan' released by the State Government notified on September 15, 2005 later amended on November 01, 2010. It would bring down the static cost of the 1080 MW capacity project being established by the Rajwest Power Ltd. and would also bring down the tarrif. The new project would invite additional investment of Rs. 1000 crore in the state along with providing additional elecricity to the state. 

The State Cabinet also gave approval to other proposals including draft of proposed amendment in Rajasthan Rules of Business. The draft of 'The Mahatma Gandhi University of Medical Sciences and Technology, Jaipur Ordinance, 2011' was also given approval in the Cabinet. It would pave way for establishment of Mahatma Gandhi University of Medical Sciences and Technology, Jaipur in private sector. 
 



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