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36th All India Conference of All India RMS & MMS Employees union, Mailguards and Multi Tasking Staff Group’C’ was held from 24th to 27th February 2020 The following office –bearers were elected unanimously for the next session. President Com. I.P.Shaik MTS RMS ‘L’Division ( Maharastara) Vice-President 1 Com. Prem Prakash II MTS Delhi Stg Division ( Delhi) Vice-President 2 Com. Sanjay Dhar Dubey MTS RMS ‘A’ Division Varanasi (Uttar Pradesh) Vice-President 3 Com. R.K.Pagi MTS RMS ‘W’ Division Vadodara (Gujarat) General Secretary Com. P. Suresh HMG Hyd Sorting Division ( Telangana) Assistant General Secretaries 1 Com. C.M.Ravindernath MTS RMS ‘CT’ Division ( Kerala) . 2 Com. K. Muktar Ahmed MG RMS ‘Z’ Division Hyd (Telangana) 3 Com. B.Paranthaman MTS Chennai Sorting Division ( Tamilnadu) 4 Com. S.Lakshmi Naryana MTS ‘Banglore Stg’ Division ( Karnataka) 5 Com. A.K.Srivatsav MTS RMS ‘MP’ Division Bhopal (Madhya Pradesh) 6 Com. R.M.Bhivsane MTS RMS Cent Division Mumbai ( Maharastra) 7 Com. Vacant (West Bengal) 8 Com. T.Kannaiah MG RMS ‘TP’ Division Tirupathi ( Andhra Pradesh) 9 Com. Rajender Singh SS MMS Delhi ( Delhi) Treasurer Com. K.K.Sharma MTS Air Mail Division ( Delhi) Mahila Committee. Chairman Com. M.N.Pharte MTS RMS ‘B’ Division Pune (Maharastra) Convener Com. B.C.Chandra Kala MG RMS ‘Q’ Division Mysore (Karnataka) Members 1. Com. Anjali Wala MTS Jallandar RMS ( Punjab) 2. Com. Parmela Bashpur MTS RMS ‘GH’ Division ( Assam) 3. Com. R.P.Kale MTS RMS ‘B’ Division Pune (Maharastra) 4. Com. Basanthi Chakraborty MTS RMS’H’ Division Sealdha (West Bengal) 5. Com. N.V.Kamble MTS RMS ‘B’ Division Pune (Maharastra) 6. Com. Jayanthi MTS RMS ‘Chennai Stg’ Division (Tamilnadu) Federal Councillors 1 Com. Mukta Das MTS RMS ‘GH’ Division ( Assam) 2 Com. Jai Singh MTS RMS ‘ D’ Division (Haryana) 3 Com. Bidyadhar Nayak MTS RMS’N’ Division ( Odisha) 4 Com. Subhash Chander MTS Ludiana RMS ( Punjab) 5 Com. Rajender Kumar MTS `Jaipur RMS ( Rajasthan ) 6 Com. Sumiran Lal Bandar MTS Raipur RMS ( Chattisgarh) 7 Com. Rabindra Prasad MTS Patna RMS ( Bihar ) 8 Com. Ramashray. Sing MTS RN Division BS Stg ( Jharkhand) 9 Com. Jithender Tokas MTS Delhi Sorting Division ( Delhi) 10 Com. Raj Kumar MTS New Delhi Sorting Division ( Delhi) 11 Com. S.S.Nagine MTS RMS ‘B’ Division ( Maharastra) 12. Com. A.N.Srinivas MTS Hyderabad AirSorting ( Telangana) 13. Com. G.A.Anantha Ramu MTS RMS ‘BG Stg’ Division ( Karnataka) 14. Com. T.P.Ramesh MTS RMS ‘T’ Division Tirchy ( Tamilnadu) 15. Com. G.S.Sastry MG Hyderabad Sorting ( Telangana) 16. Com. Parmanand II MTS Air Mail Sorting Division ( Delhi) 17. Com. R.S.Suresh Kumar MG RMS ‘TV’ Division TVM ( Kerala) 18. Com. R.M.Sakhre MTS RMS ‘F’ Division ( Maharastra) 19. Com. P.Durga Rao MTS RMS ‘Y’ Division Vijayawada ( AndhraPradesh) 20. Com. D.K.Jha MTS RMS ‘NB’ Division ( Bihar
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Monday, January 2, 2012

Guidelines / Criteria for reimbursement of expenses for In-Vitro Fertilisation(IVF) treatment to CGHS beneficiaries and beneficiaries under Central Services (Medical Attendance) Rules. 1944

Government of India
Ministry of Health and Family Welfare
Department of Health & Family Welfare
Nirman Bhawan, New Delhi 110 108

No: Z. 15025/5/201 1-CGHS III/CGHS (P)                                  Dated, the 2 November, 2011
OFFICE MEMORANDUM


Subject: Guidelines / Criteria for reimbursement of expenses for In-Vitro Fertilisation (IVF) treatment to CGHS beneficiaries and beneficiaries under Central Services (Medical Attendance) Rules. 1944.

The undersigned is directed to say that the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare has been receiving requests for providing clarifications as to whether the expenditure incurred on In-Vitro Fertilisation ((IVF) treatment is admissible under CGHS, and if so. whether any guidelines have been laid down for reimbursement of the expenses incurred on IVF treatment.


(2) The matter has been examined by a Technical Committee of the Heads of Department of Gynaecology & Obstetrics of Government Medical institutions, and based on the recommendations of the Committee, the following guidelines are laid down for considering cases for reimbursement of expenses incurred on IVF treatment by CGHS beneficiaries and beneficiaries under Central Services (Medical Attendance) Rules, 1944:-
(I) Requests for IVF treatment will be considered only on the basis of advice tendered by the Head of Department of Gynaecology & Obstetrics of a Government Medical institution;


(ii) Permission for IVF treatment to be undertaken may be given by the Head of Department in the Ministries / Departments on the recommendations of the Head of Department of Gynaecology & Obstetrics of a Government Medical institution;

(iii) IVF procedure will be allowed in a Government Medical institution on the recommendations of the Head of Department of Gynaecology & Obstetrics of a Government Medical institution;


(iv) IVF procedure may be allowed, on a case to case basis, in a private medical institution if the Institution is registered with the State / Central Government and has the necessary facilities including equipment and trained man power for carrying out the procedure. It is, however, mandatory to obtain the recommendations of the Head of Department of Gynaecology & Obstetrics of a Government Medical institution for permitting the procedure to be undertaken in a private institution;

(V) There should be clear evidence of failure of conventional treatment before permitting IVF treatment procedure;
(vi) The age of women undergoing IVF treatment procedure should be between 21 and 39 years
(vii) The woman has to be married and living with her husband;
(viii) The IVF treatment procedure will be allowed only in cases of infertility where the couple has no living issue
(ix) Reimbursement of expenditure incurred on IVF procedure will be allowed upto a maximum of 3 (three) fresh cycles;
(X) An amount not exceeding Rs.65,000/- (Rupees sixty five thousand only) per cycle or the actual cost, whichever is lower, will be allowed for reimbursement. This amount will be inclusive of the cost of drugs and disposables and monitoring cost during IVF procedures;
(xi) As IVF treatment is a planned procedure, reimbursement cases can be considered by the Ministries / Departments only if prior approval was obtained by the beneficiary for undergoing the IVF treatment.
(xii) There will be a onetime permission for availing IVF treatment consisting of three cycles in total, which would be admissible to the beneficiary. The concerned Ministry / Department shall obtain an undertaking from the applicant that he / she has not claimed the reimbursement earlier from the Government of India in the past and will not claim it in the future.
These guidelines come into force from the date of issue of the Office Memorandum and reimbursement cases of IVF treatment undertaken after the issue of the Office Memorandum only can be considered by the Ministries / Departments.


4. This issues with the concurrence of Integrated Finance Division in the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, vide Dy. No.C.1747/IFD (Health)/2011 dated the 21st November,October, 2011


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[V.P. Singh]
Deputy Secretary to the Government of India

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