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Friday, November 12, 2010

Women Personnel in BSF

Facilities for Women Personnel in BSF

The details of facilities provided by the Government for the women personnel of Border Security Force are

(i) Problems are attended to through personal interviews, Sainik Sammelan and time to time interactions,

(ii) Detailment of Lady Medical Officer/Lady Ministerial staff as nodal officers to address their grievances

(iii) grant of adequate leave and medical facilities with special care to pregnant women

(iv) convenient posting, wherever feasible

(v) In case of married women, generally husband and wife are posted at the same station in the Force, assignment of comparatively lighter duties while posted in the field units

(vi) provision of barracks with attached toilets in Border Out Posts, etc.

All women employees in Border Security Force are self dependent. However, they are imparted specialized training to enhance their physical capacity and self esteem. Besides, special Committees are formed to prevent sexual abuse at work place.

This was stated by the Minister of State in the Ministry of Home Affairs, Shri Ajay Maken in written reply to a question in the Lok Sabha today.


CPMF said...

If these are called facilities than shame on every body.These are bare requirements that should be given even to road side women worker.

Anonymous said...

Uncongenial Area Allowance to ITBP personnel
The Union Home Ministry is considering a proposal to give Uncongenial Area Allowance (UAA) to the personnel of Indo-Tibetan Border Police deployed at 26 border outposts and import quality clothing for them.

ITBP Director General R K Bhatia said an amount of two crore has been sanctioned by the government for procuring sophisticated equipment and gears for the newly deployed battalions in Chhattisgarh for operations against Maoists.

In the advent of the force's golden jubilee year, he said efforts are on to provide adequate accommodation to the troops personnel and their families at various locations under public private partnership.

The DG, who visited forward posts of Tame Chung Chung and Taksing in Upper Subansiri district yesterday said the only demand of the jawans in the forward posts was provision of adequate sorties to bring in ration and equipments.

Anonymous said...

Income Ceiling for Scholarship to backward Classes students.

The present income ceiling for extending the assistance under the Pre and Post Matric Scholarship Schemes for Scheduled Castes, Minority and Other Backward Classes students is as under :-

Category Pre Matric Scholarship Scheme Post Matric Scholarship Scheme
Scheduled Castes -- Parents/guardians income
from all sources does not exceed
Rs.1.00 Lakhs per annum.
Minorities Not exceeding Rs.1.00 lakhs
per annum. Not exceeding Rs.2.00 lakhs
per annum.
OBCs. Parents/guardians income
from all sources does not exceed
Rs.44,500/- per annum. Parents/guardians income from
all sources does not exceed
Rs.44,500/- per annum.

The income ceiling under Post Matric Scholarship for Scheduled Castes and OBCs is under revision. Efforts are made to do so at the earliest.
This information was given by Shri. D. Napoleon, the Minister of State for Social Justice & Empowerment, in a written reply to a question in the Lok Sabha today.