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BOARD PROCEEDING

Proceedings of Ordinary Meeting of the Cantonment Board, Ranikhet held on 23rd Feb, 2018 at 11:00 A.M. in the Conference Room of the Cantonment Board Ranikhet.

PRESENT

  1. Atesh Chahar - President
  2. Shri Mohan Negi - Vice President
  3. Miss Jyoti Kapoor - Member Secretary
  4. Shri Bhuwan Chandra Arya - Elected Member
  5. Shri Sanjay Pant - Elected Member
  6. Bindu Rautela - Elected Member
  7. Shri Sukrit Sah - Elected Member
  8. Shri Vinod Chandra - Elected Member
  9. Archana Pathak - Elected Member
  10. Shubhransh Srivastav - Nominated Member
  11. S. Shorot - Nominated Member
  12. Harish Sethi - Ex-Officio Member

ABSENT

  1. Manjinder Singh - Ex-Officio Member

 

P r o c e e d I n g s

 

  1. IMPLEMENTATION OF PREVIOUS BOARD RESOLUTION DATED 9TH DEC, 2017.

 

The implementation of the board resolution passed by the board on 9th Dec. 2017 is under progress.

RESOLUTION

 

  1. Considered and noted.
  1. CONFIRMATION OF RESOLUTIONS PASSED BY CIRCULATION

 

To confirm the resolutions passed by circulation are as under:

 

RESOLUTION

 

  1. Considered and approved.
  1. CONSTITUTION OF FINANCE COMMITTEE.

Reference CBR No. 3, dated 16th Feb, 2015

It is submitted that the matter regarding constitution of Finance Committee was placed before the board in its meeting held on 16th Feb, 2015. The vide CBR No. 3, dated 16th Feb, 2015 the matter was pended.

Hence the matter is against placed before the board to elect the members and chairman of the finance committee.

RESOLUTION

 

  1. Considered. The CEO briefed the board about the business regulations and laid procedure for constitution of the Finance Committee. Shri Sukrit Sah, Elected Member proposed the name of Smt. Bindu Rautela and Shri Mohan Negi, Vice President suggested the name of Shri Sanjay Pant for chairmanship of the Finance Committee. In this connection the PCB suggested for voting for chairmanship of Finance Committee for the name of Smt. Bindu Rautela and Shri Sanjay Pant. After voting, Shri Sanjay Pant was elected as the chairman of Finance Committee with 6 votes. Smt. Bindu Rautela got only 4 votes.

The Finance Committee consituted by the board is as under:-

Shri Sanjay Pant - Chairman

Smt. Bindu Rautela - Member

Shri Vinod Chandra - Member

Col. S. Shorot - Member

Col. Harish Sethi - Member

Chief Executive Officer - Member Secretary

  1. MONTHLY ACCOUNT

To consider the monthly account for the months of Oct 2017 to December 2017.

OFFICE REPORT

The statement of account for the month of Oct 2017 to Dec 2017 placed on the table. The details of receipt and expenditure are appended below:-

INCOME AND EXPENDITURE FOR THE MONTH OF OCTOBER, 2017

 

INCOME

EXPENDITURE

 
 

Rates and taxes

`

87832.00

A

General Administration (Pay & allowances

`

645505.00

 

Realization under special acts

`

1491480.00

B

Revenue/toll establishment (Pay & allowances and contingencies)

`

1005128.00

 

Revenue derived from property and power apart from taxation, Rent from land and property of Govt., Buildings, Conservancy receipt, Sale of water & Fair

`

557572.00

C

Refunds

`

0.00

 

Miscellaneous (Recoveries on account of service Charges i.e. Guest Room, Rendered to private individuals and other items)

`

100681.00

D

Public works (pay & allowances and maintenance)

`

3089313.00

 

Total receipt from local sources

`

2237565.00

E

Public safety and convenience (Pay & allowances and electricity contingencies)

`

1755462.00

 

Grants and contribution from general & special Sources

`

2757514.00

F

Medical services and sanitation (pay and allowances and contingencies)

`

6046809.00

 

Total income from all sources (5+6)

`

4995079.00

G

Public Instructions (Pay & allowances and contingencies of schools)

`

1789069.00

 

Extraordinary and debits

`

71503.00

H

Contribution for general purposes (Pension & gratuity)

`

339950.00

 

Opening Balance

`

27993893.96

I

Pension gratuitites and annuities

`

2000000.00

 

Grant Total (i.e. Total income from all sources + 7 + 8)

`

33060475.96

J

Survey of land

`

0.00

 
 

K

Military engineering services on account of proceeds from water tax and or rate and cost of water supplies under agreement

`

0.00

 

L

Miscellaneous

`

66635.00

 

Total Expenditure

`

16737871.00

 

M

Extraordinary and debits

`

174407.00

 
 

Closing balance

`

16148197.96

 

Grand Total (i.e. Total expenditure + M + closing balance)

`

33060475.96

 

0.00

 

SUMMARY

 
 

INCOME

 
 

Opening balance as per cash book as on 01-10-2017

`

27993893.96

 

Total receipt from all sources during the month

`

4995079.00

 

Cash balance in the shape of FDRs

`

188629625.00

 
 

EXPENDITURE

 
 

Expenditure on pay and allowances, pension and contingencies

`

16737871.00

 

Expenditure on D(2) head

`

1182340.00

 
   

INCOME AND EXPENDITURE FOR THE MONTH OF NOVEMBER, 2017

INCOME

EXPENDITURE

Rates and taxes

`

104345.00

A

General Administration (Pay & allowances

`

706804.00

Realization under special acts

`

1173535.00

B

Revenue/toll establishment (Pay & allowances and contingencies)

`

909241.00

Revenue derived from property and power apart from taxation, Rent from land and property of Govt., Buildings, Conservancy receipt, Sale of water & Fair

`

453316.50

C

Refunds

`

0.00

Miscellaneous (Recoveries on account of service Charges i.e. Guest Room, Rendered to private individuals and other items)

`

183132.00

D

Public works (pay & allowances and maintenance)

`

468495.00

Total receipt from local sources

`

1914328.50

E

Public safety and convenience (Pay & allowances and electricity contingencies)

`

868078.00

Grants and contribution from general & special Sources

`

0.00

F

Medical services and sanitation (pay and allowances and contingencies)

`

5141744.00

Total income from all sources (5+6)

`

1914328.50

G

Public Instructions (Pay & allowances and contingencies of schools)

`

1802493.00

Extraordinary and debits

`

40298.00

H

Contribution for general purposes (Pension & gratuity)

`

685897.00

Opening Balance

`

16148197.96

I

Pension gratuitites and annuities

`

4000000.00

Grant Total (i.e. Total income from all sources + 7 + 8)

`

18102824.46

J

Survey of land

`

0.00

 

K

Military engineering services on account of proceeds from water tax and or rate and cost of water supplies under agreement

`

0.00

L

Miscellaneous

`

23000.00

Total Expenditure

`

14605752.00

M

Extraordinary and debits

`

77413.00

 

Closing balance

`

3419659.46

Grand Total (i.e. Total expenditure + M + closing balance)

`

18102824.46

0.00

SUMMARY

INCOME

Opening balance as per cash book as on 01-11-2017

`

16148197.96

Total receipt from all sources during the month

`

1914328.50

Cash balance in the shape of FDRs

`

188629625

EXPENDITURE

Expenditure on pay and allowances, pension and contingencies

`

14605752.00

Expenditure on D(2) head

`

0.00

 

 

INCOME AND EXPENDITURE FOR THE MONTH OF DECEMBER, 2017

INCOME

EXPENDITURE

1

Rates and taxes

`

100010.00

A

General Administration (Pay & allowances

`

1404260.00

2

Realization under special acts

`

1077840.00

B

Revenue/toll establishment (Pay & allowances and contingencies)

`

1010751.00

3

Revenue derived from property and power apart from taxation, Rent from land and property of Govt., Buildings, Conservancy receipt, Sale of water & Fair

`

2646006.00

C

Refunds

`

0.00

4

Miscellaneous (Recoveries on account of service Charges i.e. Guest Room, Rendered to private individuals and other items)

`

120789.00

D

Public works (pay & allowances and maintenance)

`

521273.00

5

Total receipt from local sources

`

3944645.00

E

Public safety and convenience (Pay & allowances and electricity contingencies)

`

949265.00

6

Grants and contribution from general & special Sources

`

0.00

F

Medical services and sanitation (pay and allowances and contingencies)

`

8086091.00

Total income from all sources (5+6)

`

3944645.00

G

Public Instructions (Pay & allowances and contingencies of schools)

`

1842978.00

7

Extraordinary and debits

`

13191534.00

H

Contribution for general purposes (Pension & gratuity)

`

692647.00

8

Opening Balance

`

3419659.46

I

Pension gratuitites and annuities

`

3000000.00

Grant Total (i.e. Total income from all sources + 7 + 8)

`

20555838.46

J

Survey of land

`

0.00

 

K

Military engineering services on account of proceeds from water tax and or rate and cost of water supplies under agreement

`

0.00

L

Miscellaneous

`

64900.00

Total Expenditure

`

17572165.00

M

Extraordinary and debits

`

154306.00

 

Closing balance

`

2829367.46

Grand Total (i.e. Total expenditure + M + closing balance)

`

20555838.46

0.00

SUMMARY

INCOME

1

Opening balance as per cash book as on 01-12-2017

`

3419659.46

2

Total receipt from all sources during the month

`

3944645.00

3

Cash balance in the shape of FDRs

`

173464053.00

EXPENDITURE

1

Expenditure on pay and allowances, pension and contingencies

`

17572165.00

2

Expenditure on D(2) head

`

0.00

 

The matter is placed before the board for noting.

Relevant file placed on the table.

 

RESOLUTION

 

  1. Considered and approved.

 

  1. DEMAND AND COLLECTION

To consider the statement of demand and collection of recovery from Oct 2017 to Dec. 2017.

The details of demand and recovery are appended below:

DEMAND

OCTOBER, 2017

(i) Arrear as on 01-04-2017 - ` 61602836.52

(ii) Current demand for 2017-18 - ` 120509604.00

Total - ` 182112440.52

RECOVERY

(i) Recovery out of arrears - `1929524.12

(ii) Recovery out of current demand - ` 38905270.51

(iii) Balance - ` 141306506.15

Excess - ` 28860.29

Balance - ` 182112440.52

 

DEMAND

NOVEMBER, 2017

(i) Arrear as on 01-04-2017 - ` 61602836.52

(ii) Current demand for 2017-18 - ` 120509604.00

Total - ` 182112440.52

RECOVERY

 (i) Recovery out of arrears - `1973914.62

(ii) Recovery out of current demand - ` 40773008.01

(iii) Balance - ` 139394932.65

- ` 182141855.28

Excess - ` 29414.76

Balance - `182112440.52

DEMAND

DECEMBER, 2017

(i) Arrear as on 01-04-2017 - ` 80850526.52

(ii) Current demand for 2017-18 - ` 126925498.00

Total - ` 207776024.52

RECOVERY

 (i) Recovery out of arrears - ` 2033239.62

(ii) Recovery out of current demand - ` 44658328.01

(iii) Balance - ` 161113871.65

- ` 207805439.28

Excess - ` 29414.76

Balance - ` 207776024.52

 

The matter is placed before the board for noting

Relevant file is placed on the table.

RESOLUTION

 

  1. Considered and approved.

 

  1. GRANT OF 01st , MACPS TO ELIGIBLE CANTT. BOARD GROUP- D EMPLOYEE.

To consider the matter regarding grant of 01st MACPS to eligible Cantt. Board Group-D employees.

Office Report

It is submitted that following employees were appointed in this office on 20-09-2007 in the pre-revised pay scale 2550-55-2660-60-3200, which was revised to Rs. 5200-20200, G.P. 1800 w.e.f. 20-09-2007. It is further submitted that as per Uttarakhand G.O. No. 11/11vii(7)30(14)/2017, dated 17-02-2017 the MACPS will be applicable after completion of 10, 20 and 30 years satisfactory service w.e.f. 01-01-2017 or after. 

It is observed that the following Group-D employees have completed 10 years of satisfactory service and they are now entitled to get the benefit of 01st MACPS.

Sl

No

Name of Employee & Designation

Date of appointment

Grant of 1/2/3 MACPS on completion of 10, 20, 30 years of service as the case may be

Existing pay scale & Grade pay

Proposed pay scale & Grade pay

Effective date as per G.O.

01

Shri Kamal Kumar, Safaiwala

20-09-2007

01st MACPS after completion of 10 yrs service.

Rs.5200-20200 + G.P. 1800/-

(pre-revised as per 6th pay commission)

Rs.5200-20200 + G.P. 1900/-

(pre-revised as per 6th pay commission)

20-09-2017

18000-56900

(Level 1)

(revised as per 7th pay commission)

19900-63200

(Level 2)

(revised as per 7th pay commission)

02

Shri Manoj Kumar,

Safaiwala

20-09-2007

01st MACPS after completion of 10 yrs service.

Rs.5200-20200 + G.P. 1800/-

(pre-revised as per 6th pay commission)

Rs.5200-20200 + G.P. 1900/-

(pre-revised as per 6th pay commission)

20-09-2017

18000-56900

(Level 1)

(revised as per 7th pay commission)

19900-63200

(Level 2)

(revised as per 7th pay commission)

03

Shri Kamal Lal/Munna Lal,

Safaiwala

20-09-2007

01st MACPS after completion of 10 yrs service

Rs.5200-20200 + G.P. 1800/-

(pre-revised as per 6th pay commission)

Rs.5200-20200 + G.P. 1900/-

(pre-revised as per 6th pay commission)

20-09-2017

18000-56900

(Level 1)

(revised as per 7th pay commission)

19900-63200

(Level 2)

(revised as per 7th pay commission)

04

Smt. Shasiwala

Safaiwala

20-09-2007

01st MACPS after completion of 10 yrs service

Rs.5200-20200 + G.P. 1800/-

(pre-revised as per 6th pay commission)

Rs.5200-20200 + G.P. 1900/-

(pre-revised as per 6th pay commission)

20-09-2017

18000-56900

(Level 1)

(revised as per 7th pay commission)

19900-63200

(Level 2)

(revised as per 7th pay commission)

05

Shri Chote Lal

20-09-2007

01st MACPS after completion of 10 yrs service

Rs.5200-20200 + G.P. 1800/-

(pre-revised as per 6th pay commission)

Rs.5200-20200 + G.P. 1900/-

(pre-revised as per 6th pay commission)

20-09-2017

18000-56900

(Level 1)

(revised as per 7th pay commission)

19900-63200

(Level 2)

(revised as per 7th pay commission)

06

Shri Parvindra Kumar,

Safaiwala

20-09-2007

01st MACPS after completion of 10 yrs service

Rs.5200-20200 + G.P. 1800/-

(pre-revised as per 6th pay commission)

Rs.5200-20200 + G.P. 1900/-

(pre-revised as per 6th pay commission)

20-09-2017

18000-56900

(Level 1)

(revised as per 7th pay commission)

19900-63200

(Level 2)

(revised as per 7th pay commission)

07

Shri Gurdeep Singh,

Safaiwala

20-09-2007

01st MACPS after completion of 10 yrs service

Rs.5200-20200 + G.P. 1800/-

(pre-revised as per 6th pay commission)

Rs.5200-20200 + G.P. 1900/-

(pre-revised as per 6th pay commission)

20-09-2017

18000-56900

(Level 1)

(revised as per 7th pay commission)

19900-63200

(Level 2)

(revised as per 7th pay commission)

08

Shri Sawan Kumar,

 Safaiwala

20-09-2007

01st MACPS after completion of 10 yrs service

Rs.5200-20200 + G.P. 1800/-

(pre-revised as per 6th pay commission)

Rs.5200-20200 + G.P. 1900/-

(pre-revised as per 6th pay commission)

20-09-2017

18000-56900

(Level 1)

(revised as per 7th pay commission)

19900-63200

(Level 2)

(revised as per 7th pay commission)

09

Shri Rajendra Singh Bisht,

 Office Peon

20-09-2007

01st MACPS after completion of 10 yrs service

Rs.5200-20200 + G.P. 1800/-

(pre-revised as per 6th pay commission)

Rs.5200-20200 + G.P. 1900/-

(pre-revised as per 6th pay commission)

20-09-2017

18000-56900

(Level 1)

(revised as per 7th pay commission)

19900-63200

(Level 2)

(revised as per 7th pay commission)

10

Shri Anand Singh Rana,

School Peon

20-09-2007

01st MACPS after completion of 10 yrs service

Rs.5200-20200 + G.P. 1800/-

(pre-revised as per 6th pay commission)

Rs.5200-20200 + G.P. 1900/-

(pre-revised as per 6th pay commission)

20-09-2017

18000-56900

(Level 1)

(revised as per 7th pay commission)

19900-63200

(Level 2)

(revised as per 7th pay commission)

Financial implication Rs. 20,000/- (approx) per month. Necessary budget provision has been made in the budget estimate for 2017-18 (R) and 2018-19 (O).

The matter is being put up before the Board for taking appropriate decision in the light of above circumstances.

Relevant file alongwith report of Accountant, dated 02-02-2018 is placed on the table

RESOLUTION

 

  1. Considered and resolved to forward a proposal to PDDE, CC, Lucknow for sanction of 1st MACPS to the eligible Cantt Board employees.

 

  1. GRANT OF SELECTION GRADE PAY TO ELIGIBLE CANTT. BOARD TEACHERS, CANTT. BOARD, RANIKHET

 

To consider the matter regarding grant of selection grade pay to Eligible Cantt. Board, Teachers, Cantt. Board, Ranikhet

OFFICE REPORT

It is submitted that as per CBR No.05 dated 22-07-2016 a proposal was placed before the board for grant of 01st ACP to the following employees and it was resolved by board for sending a self contained proposal to the PDDE, Central Command Lucknow. In compliance a proposal was forwarded to the higher authorities for grant of 01st ACP, but in reply vide PDDE office letter No. 34238/RKT/TEACHERS(AT)/17(C-561) dated 11-10-2017 it was advised to resubmit a fresh proposal before the board for grant of selection grade pay instead of 01st ACP.

It is further submitted that the following Teachers, Cantt. Board, Ranikhet has completed 10 years satisfactory service and they are entitled for grant of selection grade pay according to Uttarakhand G.O. No. 589/xxvii(7)40(ix)/2011, dated 01-07-2013.

It is observed that the under mentioned teachers are entitled for the following financial benefits:-

Sl. No.

Name of Teacher

Date of appointment

Grant of Financial benefit

Existing pay scale/Grade pay

Proposed pay scale/grade pay

Effective date

Relevant G.O. No. & date

1

Smt. Sonali Raturi, Assistant Teacher

13-01-2006

Selection grade pay on completion of 10 years satisfactory service.

Rs. 9300-34800 + G.P. 4200/-

Rs. 9300-34800 + G.P. 4600/-

13-01-2016

Uttarakhand G.O. No. 589/xxvii(7)40

(ix)/2011, dated 01-07-2013

2

Shri Arvind Kumar, Assistant Teacher

13-01-2006

Rs. 9300-34800 + G.P. 4200/-

Rs. 9300-34800 + G.P. 4600/-

13-01-2016

3

Shri Vikash Gupta, Assistant Teacher

19-01-2006

Rs. 9300-34800 + G.P. 4200/-

Rs. 9300-34800 + G.P. 4600/-

19-01-2016

4

Km. Renu Rana, Assistant Teacher

19-01-2006

Rs. 9300-34800 + G.P. 4200/-

Rs. 9300-34800 + G.P. 4600/-

19-01-2016

5

Shri Krishna Kumar, Assistant Teacher

20-01-2006

Rs. 9300-34800 + G.P. 4200/-

Rs. 9300-34800 + G.P. 4600/-

19-01-2016

Financial implication Rs. 15,000/- (approx) per month. Necessary budget provision has been made in the budget estimate for 2017-18 (R) and 2018-19 (O).

The matter is being put up before the Board for taking appropriate decision in the light of above facts.

Relevant file alongwith report of Accountant, dated 24-10-2017 is placed on the table.

RESOLUTION

 

  1. Considered and resolved to forward a proposal to PDDE, CC, Lucknow for sanction of selection grade pay to eligible teachers.
  1. NOTING OF PENDING COURT CASES IN VARIOUS COURTS.

 

Reference HQ UK Sub Area letter No. 140513/DDN-CB/Q3L(i), dated 24th Dec, 2017 and Station Headquarter, Ranikhet letter No. 313/Cantt Bd/HC/Q, dated 2nd Jan, 2018.

OFFICE REPORT

 

It is submitted that the GOC-in-Chief has directed for proper maintenance of court cases. In this connection the PCB vide their letter No. 313/Cantt Bd/HC/ Q, dated 2nd Jan, 2018 has directed to include status of all legal cases as Agenda Points in every Cantt Board Meeting.

At present the status of all legal cases is as under:-

Supreme Court of India - 1 case

High Court of Uttarakhand - 41 cases

District or Subordinate courts - 12 cases

The list of court cases in various courts with detail is placed on the table.

Hence the matter is placed before the board for noting.

 

RESOLUTION

 

  1. Considered and noted. The PCB directed serious & expeditious address of the court cases to reduce pendency.

 

  1. NOTING OF INSTRUCTIONS REGADING CONDUCT OF REGULAR MEETINGS OF THE BOARD, CIRCULATION OF MINUTES ETC.

 

Reference DGDE, New Delhi letter No. 29/Business Regulation/C/DE/2012, dated 30-03-2017 and DGDE New Delhi letter No. 70/VIP Ref-104/Agra/C/DE/2017, dated 05-01-2018, PDDE, CC, Lucknow letter No. 33018/Gen/LC-9, dated 15th Jan, 2018.

OFFICE REPORT

 

It is submitted that the DGDE, New Delhi vide their letter No. 29/Business Regulation/C/DE/2012, dated 30th March, 2017 and DGDE New Delhi letter No. 70/VIP/Ref-104/Agra/C/DE/2017, dated 05-01-2018 has directed to conduct board meetings on monthly basis.

Hence the directions issued by DGDE, New Delhi are placed before the board for noting and application.

 

RESOLUTION

 

  1. Considered and noted for compliance.

 

  1. CONSTITUTION OF COMMITTEE FOR DIRECT RECRUITMENT TO THE POST OF RMO.

 

Reference CBR No. 6, dated 9th Dec, 2017. 

 

OFFICE REPORT

 

It is submitted that this office has invited application from the eligible candidate for one post of RMO by publishing advertisement in daily news papers. The matter regarding recruitment to the post of RMO was discussed in the previous board meeting held on 9th Dec, 2017. The recruitment may be made through an impartial and competent recruitment/selection committee.

Hence the matter is placed before the board for consitition of a recruitment committee for recrtuitment to the post of RMO.

RESOLUTION

 

  1. Considered and discussed at length. The board decided to consistute a committee consisting four members i.e. Col. Harish Sethi, SEMO, MH, Chief Medical Supdt., Civil Hospital, Ranikhet, Shri Sukrit Sah, elected member and one Medical Specialist doctor for the recuirment to the post of RMO, Cantt Dispensary. The CEO suggested that a comprehensive panel should be given the responsibility for the recruitment process of RMO under the chairmanship of Col. Harish Sethi. The board agreed to this.
  1. HIRING OF TIPPER FOR COLLETION AND TRANSPORTATION OF GARBAGE.

 

OFFICE REPORT

 

It is submitted that as per report of Shri A.P. Singh, Sanitary Inspector dated 30-01-2018 the conservancy agreement of market area has been expired on 10-01-2018. As per CBR No. 55, dated 9th Dec, 2017 the board resolved that auxiliary staff be engaged by the board from outsourcing agency for a period of 2 months against the vacant posts on trial basis.

The EME, Ranikhet has issued the Class V (not fit for service) certificate to the Cantonment Board Tipper No. UA 01 2693 and purchasing of new tipper is under process. So, keeping in view the necessity of sanitation work, it is very necessary to hire a tipper for collection and transporation of garbage.

In this connection short term quotations were invited vide office letter No. 143/Tipper/18, dated 6th January, 2018. Three valid quotations could be received in stipulated period, wherein the lowest rate has been quoted by M/s Satish Kumar Singh, Mall Road Ranikhet @ Rs. 68,000/- per month including all taxes.

The comparative statement of the rates for hiring of tipper is as under:-

Sl. No.

Name of the Contractor

Rate per Month

1

Pratap Singh Bisht, Bamsyun, Ranikhet

Rs. 75,000/-

2

Satish Kumar Singh, Mall Road, Ranikhet

Rs. 68,000/-

3

Mahipal Singh

Rs. 78,000/-

Hence the matter is placed before the board for approval of lowest rates for hiring of tipper.

Relevant file is placed on the table.

RESOLUTION

 

  1. Considered and approved the lowest rate as per agenda for hiring of tipper for collection and transporation of garbage till the sanction for purchase of new tipper is received.
  1. HIRING OF SUCTION TANK FOR CLEANING OF PUBLIC & COMMUNITY SEPTIC TANK.

 

OFFICE REPORT

 

It is submitted that quotations were invited for hiring of suction tank for cleaning of public & community septic tank in cantt area by publishing an advertisement in daily news papers vide this office letter No. 177/Suction Tank, dated 6th Jan, 2018. Wherein four valid quotations could be received by this office within stipulated period among which the lowest rate has been quoted by M/s Rohit Service Center, 16 Rajendra Nagar, Tanakpur Road, Haldwani, Nainital. The said firm has agreed to do this work at a cost of Rs. 3,250/- per suction tank per round (including all taxes, digging pits and other expendidutre).

The comparative table of rates received for suction tank is as under:-

Sl. No.

Discription

Name of firms and rates

M/s Pawars, House Keeping Services Pvt. Ltd, New Delhi

Nagar Jan Kalyan Samiti, Haldwani, Nainital

M/s Rohit Service Center, Haldwani Nainital

M/s Khushi Enterprises, Haldwani, Nainital

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Rate for per suction tank per round (including all taxes, digging pits and other expendidutre).

Rs. 4,500/-

Rs. 3,500/-

Rs. 3,250/-

Rs. 4,000/-

Hence the matter is placed before board for approval of lowest rates.

Relevant file is placed on the table.

 

RESOLUTION

 

  1. Considered and approved the lowest rate as per agenda for hiring of suction tank for cleaning of public and community septic tank. Board also resolved that the general public shall also be made aware about the availability of suction tank for cleaning of septic tanks through beat of drum. If anyone will be found draining the septic tanks in open or nallah, then appropriate fine will be imposed on defaulter. Col. S. Srivastav, Nominated Member suggested that the same agency may also be engaged for the same purpose by MES which would then bring the costs for the down. Station Headquarter shall correspond with the Cantt Office accordingly.
  1. APPOINTMENT OF TEMPORARY FIRE WATCHERS AND FOREST MAZDOORS

 

To consider the matter regarding the appointment of 25 temporary fire watchers and 10 mazdoor on purely temporary basis for the year 2018.

OFFICE REPORT

 

It is stated that 25 temporary fire watchers and 10 mazdoor for plantation work are needed to be appointed in the year 2018 for the prevention of forest fire and plantation during the summer season i.e. 1st April 2018 to 30th June, 2018 and 1st July 2018 to 30th September 2018 respectively. Necessary budget provision has already been made for the same in Financial Year 2018-19.

This should be brought to the notice of the Board that summer season in Ranikhet is fire prone for forests due to abundance of Pine trees which shed their needles (Dry leaves) in this season. The needles catch fire easily due to their high oil content.

The Board therefore needs to ask for the sanction of Dte. DE. Central Command for seasonal appointment of these fire watchers through outsourcing agency on purely temporary basis so that the responsibility of Cantt Board of maintenance of 2543.60 acres of forest under its management can be carried out efficiently.

The Board may consider the matter accordingly.

The report of Forest Ranger, Cantonment Board Ranikhet dated 02-01-2018 is enclosed along with the relevant file.

RESOLUTION

 

  1. Considered and board resolved to forward a proposal to PDDE, CC, Lucknow for necessary sanction for appointment of fire watchers and forest mazdoor. The PCB also suggested that a lecture be organized for preparedness on forest fires. The same shall be coordinated by Adm. Commandant with the Cantt Office.

 

  1. OUTSOURCING OF THE SERVICES OF CANTONMENT BOARD GUEST HOUSE (HIMSHILA)

 

To consider the matter regarding outsourcing the services of Cantonment Board Guest House (Himshila).

 

OFFICE REPORT

 

It is submitted that tenders were invited vide this office letter No. 106@fgef”kyk lapkyu@17] dated 22nd November, 2017 through advertisement published in news paper Danik Jagran and Hindustan for outsourcing housekeeping, security and catering services of the ‘Himshila’ guest house, Cantt. Board, Ranikhet. Three valid tenders were received by this office in the stipulated period, among which the lowest rate has been quoted by Shri Harish Chandra Bhagat, Chiliyanaula, Ranikhet @ Rs. 9,500/- (Nine thousand five hundred only) per month. The comparative statement is as under:-

Sl. No.

Name of Bidder

Bid quoted

(Rupees Per Month)

01

Shri Sekhar Nainwal, Village- Talla Vishuwa.

Rs. 12,000/- per month

02

M/s Shiv Enterprises, Dhobi Ghat, Nainwal.

Rs. 43,400/- per month

03

Shri Harish Chandra Bhagat, Chiliyanaula

Rs. 9,500/- per month

For the last year, the rate for outsourcing of services of Guest House was approved by the Board @ Rs. 7,500/- per month.

The Board may consider the matter accordingly.

The relevant file along with comparative statement enclosed herewith.

 

RESOLUTION

 

  1. Considered and board resolved to issue work order to M/s Harish Chanrda Bhagat @ Rs. 9,500/- per month for outsourcing of the services of Cantonment Board Guest House (Himshila).
  1. APPROVAL OF RATE FOR PROVISION OF 150 KL RAIN WATER HARVESTING TANK AT CHAUBATTIA SCHOOL.

 

OFFICE REPORT

 

It is submitted that the board has sanctioned Rs. 20,00,000/- for provision of rain water harvesting tank at Cantt School Chaubattia in the financial year 2017-18 under budget head D-2(a)(c) vide CBR No. 41 dated 9th Dec, 2017. The process of preparation of DPR is pending at the end of Uttarakhand Payjal Nigam, Ranikhet. As per telephonic conversation with Assistant Engineer/Junior Engineer, Uttarakhand Payjal Nigam, Ranikhet, the provision of 150 KL water tank is required to be made for proper use of water in Cantt School Chaubattia.

In this connection it is also submitted that the Uttarakhand Payjal Nigam has provided the rates for 50 KL to 2200 KL water tank, wherein the rate for 150 KL tank is shown @ Rs. 7.49 per liter.

Hence the matter is put up before the board for approval of rate for 150 KL water tank.

Relevant file is attached herewith. .

RESOLUTION

 

  1. Considered and approved the rates provided by Uttarakhand Payjal Nigam as per the agenda side.

 

  1. MUTATION IN RESPECT OF SY. NO. 99/290 (SADAR BAZAR).

 

OFFICE REPORT

 

It is submitted that Shri Surendra Singh Mehra s/o late Shri J.S. Mehra, Vill- Saroli (Paniyali), PO- Pilkholi, Ranikhet has submitted an application dated 26-09-2011 requesting that the House No. 808, 808A and 808B, comprising GLR Sy. No. 99/290 be transferred in his name alongwith its occupancy rights as per sale deed.

As per record available in this office, the property is recorded in the names of Shri Ratan Prakash Khulbe, Col B.C. Khulbe sons of late Shri Moti Ram Khulbe. The applicant has purchased the aforesaid house from Shri Ratan Prakash Khulbe at a cost of Rs. 7,25,000/-. The site in question is held on lease in Sch. IV of Cantonment Land Administration Rules, 1937, classified as B-3, situated within notified civil area under section 47 of Cantonments Act, 2006 under the management of Cantonment Board. 

The matter was placed before the Civil Area Committee and confirmed vide CBR No. 1(8), date 17th Nov to publish a public notice by giving 30 days time from the date of publication inviting objections at least in two newspapers at the cost of applicant.

As per above Board resolution this office had invited objection vide letter No. 261/Da kha/11, dated Nov 27th, 2011 in the Amar Ujala & Hindustan news paper published on Nov 28th, 2011 regarding mutation of property comprising G.L.R. Sy.No.99/290 (occupancy rights of house No. 808, 808-A and 808-B) in the name of Shri Surendra Singh Mehra s/o late Shri J.S. Mehra in place of Shri Ratan Prakash Khulbe.

As per report of record keeper, no objection has been received to this office within stipulated period.

In this connection the matter was again placed before the board and the board vide CBR No. 10, dated 28-06-2012 that the “dwelling house and shop” alongwith its occupancy rights of GLR Sy. No. 99/290 be transferred in the name of Shri Surendra Singh Mehra s/o late Shri J.S. Mehra. House No. 808, 808-A and 808-B cannot be mutated as the same are not mentioned in GLR. A sum of Rs. 36,250/- be recovered from applicants as 5% of the sale price of Rs. 7,25,000/-. Mutation fee amounting to Rs. 100/- also be recovered after completion of all the formalities.

It is pertinent to mention here that as per GLR available in this office Sy. No. 99/290 is situated on 799 sqft land and the applicant has purchased a part of Sy. No. 99/290 situated on 399.50 sqft land from Shri Ratan Prakash Khulbe. Shri Ratan Prakash Khulbe has already obtained permission from this office before selling of property. Therefore no breach of terms is involved in Sy. No. 99/290.

As the board has accorded its sanction earlier for mutation in Sy. No. 99/290 and advertisement published in daily news papers and the cost of advertisement has also been recovered from applicant. But the mutation could not be finalized till date.

Hence the matter is placed before the board for consideration

The relevant file is placed on the table.

RESOLUTION

 

  1. Considered. The Board has resolved that the “dwelling house and shop” alongwith its occupancy rights of GLR Sy. No. 99/290 be transferred in the name of Shri Surendra Singh Mehra s/o late Shri J.S. Mehra. Mutation fee amounting to Rs. 500/- also be recovered after completion of all the formalities.
  1. MUTATION IN RESPECT OF SY. NO. 99/30 (RAJPUR)

 

OFFICE REPORT

It is submitted that as per GLR house No. 663 & 664 are situated on the Sy. No. 99/30 measuring 6673 sqft situated within notified civil area under the management of Cantt Board is entered in GLR in the name of Shri Bachi Ram s/o Kasia on Old Grant & Lease for 2160 sqft on Special form.

Shri Manoj Kumar Tamta s/o Shri Bachi Ram has applied for mutation in his name by way of inheritance. Shri Manoj Kumar Tamta has submitted an affidavit along with his appalication, wherein it is stated that Shri Bachi Ram has been expired on 14-04-1994 and Shri Manoj Kumar Tamta is the only son of Shri Bachi Ram. He has also stated in his application that his mother Smt. Heera Devi w/o Shri Bachi Ram has also expired on 31-03-2016, in support of this, he has submitted her death certificate.

As per technical report dated 07-02-2017 there is no unauthorized construction, no sub division of site, no change of purpose and no encroachment is involved at the site.

Hence the matter is placed before the board for consideration.

Relevant file is placed on the table.

RESOLUTION


  1. Considered and resolved that after completion of all formalities by Shri Manoj Kumar Tamta a public notice by giving 30 days time from the date of publication be issued for inviting objections atleast in two newspapers at the cost of applicant. The board will consider the case if any objection is received within the stipulated period. In case, no objection is received from any affected person, the houses and its occupancy rights, comprising G.L.R. Survey No. 99/30 be transferred in the name of Shri Manoj Kumar Tamta by expunging the name of Shri Bachi Ram and mutation fee Rs. 500/- be recovered from the applicant.

 

  1. RENEWAL OF LEASE IN RESPECT OF SY. NO. 99/1/8

 

Reference :- Ministry of Defence, Govt of India letter No. 11013/2/2016/D(Lands), dated 10-03-2017 and an application dated 28-04-2017 received from Shri Anwar Hussain and Akhtar Hussain (Not recorded in GLR as lessee) for renewal of lease.

 

 

OFFICE REPORT

 

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rduhdh vk[;k fnukad 03&02&2018 ds vuqlkj %&

 

yhtMhM ds vk/kkj ij mYya?kuksa dh lwph

 

i=koyh ,oa yht MhM dk voyksdu djus ij mDr losZ la[;k esa yht dh 'krZ la[;k 1¼8½ dk mYYa?ku ik;k x;kA

 

Lease condition No. 1(8) : Upon every assignment transfer or sub-lease of the permises hereby demised or any part thereof or within one calenar month thereafter to deliver a notice of such assignment transfer or sub-lease to the Cantonment Board setting forth the names and descriptions of the parties to every such assignment transfer or sub lease and the particulars and effect thereof.

 

Hence the matter is placed before the board for consideration.

Relevant file is placed on the table.

RESOLUTION

  1. Considered and discussed at length. The board resolved to forward a proposal to PDDE, CC ,Lucknow in respect of Sy. No. 99/1/8 as per land policy, wherein all the facts of the case may be mentioned and appropriate action in this case be solicited therefrom.

 

  1. RENOVATION OF DILAPIDATED BUILDING

Ref:- Legal Adviser letter dated 19-02-2016 under section 144 & 297 of Cantonment Act, 2006 & CBR No. 22, dated 22-07-2016.

OFFICE REPORT

To consider the matter pertaining to issue of notice under section 144 to residents of the Cantonment for repair of dilapidated buildings which are in an insanitary stage and repair/restoration of buildings which area dangerous to persons passing by or dwelling in the neighbourhood.

With reference to aforementioned sections of the Cantt Act, 2006, the CBLA has rendered his valuable advice vide report dated 19-02-2016, i.e. “I have perused some photographs of dilapidated condition of the building concern. Cantonment law does not permit any building in ruinous or in dilapidated condition. The intention of the Legislature is that every dwelling place must be fit for human habitation. In case any building is in dilapidated and ruinous condition, then the permission for repairing should be given.

 

In this regard, intention of the Legislature is clearly laid down under the provisions of Section 297 as well as 144 of the Cantonment Act, 2006. Therefore, I am of the considered opinion that the application of allowed.” PCB vide its resolution No. 22, dated 22-07-2016 directed that a suomoto inspection be done by CEO of all such properties to enable the Cantonment Board to such cases not reported.

In view of following buildings have been identified by the draughtsman /JE/SI vide their reports for issue of notices under section 144 and 297.

  1. Smt. Janki Sah w/o Shri Jagdish Chandra Sah, Zaruri Bazar. - Sy.No. 99/243

The board may consider the matter accordingly

Relevant file is placed on the table

 

RESOLUTION

  1. Considered and decided to issue notices under section 144 and 297 of Cantt Act 2006 to individuals as listed in agenda with terms and conditions mentioned in agenda side. The board has agreed that some people have done unauthorized construction beyond the permission granted under section 144 & 297 of Cantt Act 2006. The board resolved that it will be the responsibility of technical staff of the office and concerned ward member that no additional construction should be done beyond the permission granted under section 144 & 297.

During the discussion the Adm Commandant said that permission under section 144 & 297 of Cantt Act 2006 shoul be granted to Mr. Idrish Baba. The CEO informed that permission under section 144 & 297 has already been granted to Mr Idrish Baba, but he has violated the terms and conditions by construction beyond the plinth area which is an old grant property. For which notice under section 247 was issued to Mr. Idrish Baba but he did not comply with the notice under section 247 and continued the illegal construction for which the matter was putup in the board meeting for issuing notice under section 248 and the board vide its resolution No. 20, dated 03-06-2017 resolved to issued notice under section 248 of Cantt Act. In compliance with CBR notice under section 248 has already been issued to Mr. Idrish Baba on 27th July, 2017. Against the notice of 248, Mr. Idrish Baba has filed an appeal before PDDE, CC, Lucknow under section 340 of Cantt Act 2006.

The PCB said that keeping in view of poor conditions of old heirless man, a proposal be forwarded to higher authorities for repair/construction under section 144 & 297 on compassionate grounds.

  1. NOTICE UNDER SECTION 248 OF CANTT ACT, 2006 FOR UNAUTHORISED CONSTRUCTION.

 

Ref:- Legal advice dated 22-09-2016 from Shri M.S. Bisht advocate legal adviser Cantonment Board i.e. inspection of the correct legal position in respect of section 237,248 and 331 of Cantt Act, 2006. CBR No. 30, dated 28th Nov., 2016.

 

OFFICE REPORT

On the above subject matter Shri M.S. Bisht advocate legal adviser had submitted his advice in respect of inspection of the correct legal position in respect of section 237,248 and 331 of Cantt Act, 2006 and board vide CBR No. 30, dated 28th Nov, 2016 decided the notice under section 248 of Cantt Act, 2006 be issued to the offenders.

The unauthorised constructions where notice of unauthorised construction under section 247 issued to the offender earlier, but no satisfactory reply or action has been taken. Further the notice under section 248 be given to the under mentioned HOR after the approval of the Board.

  1. Shri Karamat Ullah, s/o Shri Barkat Ullah, Atik Manzil. - Sy.No. 74
  1. Mohd. Salam, Atik Manzil, Ranikhet. - Sy.No. 74
  1. President Shiv Mandir Committee, Shiv Mandir, Ranikhet. - Sy.No. 99/99

The above is submitted for your kind perusal and necessary action in the matter.

In this connection relevant file along with report of JE/D’man is placed on the table.

 

The board may consider the matter accordingly.

Relevant file is placed on the table.

RESOLUTION

  1. Considered and discussed at length. The board resolved to issue notice under section 248 for removal of unauthorized construction in Sy. No. 74, since no satisfactory replies have been received from any of the above defaulters for the notices issued under section 247 earlier. The Vice President suggested that as the construction work done in Shiv Mandir has been made for the welfare of general public, therefore notice under section 248 should not be issued to President Shiv Mandir Committee, as it is the religious and public matter. Some elected members also raised a doubt that notice under section 247 has not been received by the President, Shiv Mandir Committee. The PCB suggested the Vice President that the concerned people from the temple may consult the Cantt Office for correct procedure for expansion of the temple. The case may be dealt as per rules of the Cantt Act, 2006.

 

  1. PERMISSION FOR REPAIR AT CANTONMENT SHOP NO. 237 K.M.O.U. STATION, RANIKHET.

 

To consider the letter received from Mohd. Siraj, s/o late Shri Mohd. Akbar, Old Abkari Ranikhet, Cantonment shop No. 237 KMOU Station, Ranikhet.

 

OFFICE REPORT

Mohd. Shiraj, s/o late Shri Mohd. Akbar vide their letter dated 27-01-2018 received this office that the applicant may be kindly be given permission of repair of shop. However the Board may consider the matter to issue permission to the applicant as per under mentioned condition.

  1. The site is under jurisdiction of Cantonment Board and after above construction the shop No. 237 will remain as the property of Cantonment Board under possession of Cantonment Board.
  1. The expenditure incurred by the applicant will not be adjusted into any bill released by Cantonment Board to the applicant.
  1. After repair/construction the rent increased by Cantonment Board will be accepted to the applicant.
  1. No other change to the existing nature of the shop would be done.

 

The board may consider the matter accordingly.

Relevant file is placed on the table

RESOLUTION

  1. Considered and decided to issue permition to Mohd. Akbar for repair of shop No. 237 with terms and conditions mentioned in agenda side.

 

  1. ENHANCEMENT OF CHARGES FOR BOATING IN RANIJHEEL

 

OFFICE REPORT

 

As per report of Forest Ranger dated 02-01-2018, the charges of boating in Ranijheel have not been revised since 2006. At present the charges for Boating in Ranijheel are as under:-

  1. Two seater boat - Rs. 30/- (for ½ hour)
  2. Four seater boat - Rs. 40/- (for ½ hour)

The revenue received from the boating charges is not sufficient for repair and maintenance of boards. Therefore it seems necessary to revise the rates for boating at Ranijheel for proper repair and maintenance of boats.

The proposed rates for the boating at Ranijheel are as under:-

  1. Two seater boat - Rs. 60/- (for ½ hour)
  2. Four seater boat - Rs. 80/- (for ½ hour)

Hence matter is placed before the board for consideration

Relevant file is placed on the table.

 

RESOLUTION

  1. Considered and discussed at length. The board resolved to enhance the rates for boating in Rani Jheel as follows:-
  1. Two seater boat - Rs. 50/- (for ½ hour)
  2. Four seater boat - Rs. 70/- (for ½ hour)

 

  1. MAINTENANCE AND MANAGEMENT OF DEVIDHUNGA WATER SUPPLY SCHEME AND 125 KVA GEN SET AT DEVI DHUNGA

 

OFFICE REPORT

 

It is submitted that M/s Jai Sai Engineering, 1st Floor-14, Nagar Palika Shopping Complex Mallroad Almora is working for maintenance and management of Devidhunga water supply scheme and 60 H.P. Motor Pump and 125 K.V.A. Generator Set for the year 2017-18 @ Rs. 49,920/- per month.

Previously, in the year 2016-17 the said work was done by M/s Jai Sai Engineering, 1st Floor-14, Nagar Palika Shopping Complex Mallroad Almora @ Rs. 46,600/- per month.

As per report of work supervisor dated 09-01-2018 the work of the above firm was found satisfactory during the period 2016-17 and 2017-18. The financial year 2017-18 is going to be end. Keeping in view the importance of unhindered supply of drinking water and satisfactory work of the above firm, the work of maintenance and management of Devidhunga water supply scheme and 125 KVA Gen set may be given to M/s Jai Sai Engineer for the year 2018-19 @ Rs. 49, 920/- or fresh tender may be invited for the year 2018-19.

Hence the matter is placed before the board.

Board may take appropriate decision accordingly. 

RESOLUTION

  1. Considered, approved and discussed at length. Board resolved to issue work order to M/s Jai Sai Engineer for the year 2018-19 @ Rs. 49,920/-.
  1. SUPPLY OF 0.50MM COLOUR COATED (GREEN) GI SHEET FOR TRENCHING GROUND.

 

It is submitted that as per report of Sanitary Inspector a tin shed to be prepared for collection of the waste plastic, Metal and glass for waste processing site. In this connection PWD section has demanded for 110 nos (3960 sqfts) size 12’x3’ colour coated 0.50 MM GI sheet for construction of tin shed at Trenching Ground. 

 

For this purpose limited quotations were invited from registered suppliers vide office letter No. 133/quotation/2017, dated 28th Dec., 2017 Under Rule 146 of GFR 2005. Accordingly six valid quotations could be received by this office within stipulated period, wherein lowest rates have been quoted by M/s Manoj Kumar Nainwal, Chilianaula, Ranikhet @ Rs. 1,816/- (per sheet).

The comparative statement of the received rates is as under:-

Sl. No.

Name of Firm

Particulars/ Quantity

0.50mm Color Coated (Green) GI Sheet size 12’x3’,

110 sheets, (3960 sqft)

01

M/s Aditya Construction, Ranikhet

Rs.1978/- per sheet (inclusive of all taxes)

02

M/s Durga Construction, Almora

Rs. 2549/- per sheet (inclusive of all taxes)

03

M/s Manoj Kumar Nainwal, Ranikhet

Rs. 1816/- per sheet (inclusive of all taxes)

04

M/s Satish Kumar Singh, Mall Road, Ranikhet

Rs. 2430/- per sheet (inclusive of all taxes)

05

M/s Kandpal Traders, Daulaghat, Almoara

Rs. 2700/- per sheet (inclusive of all taxes)

06

M/s Bisht Engineers, The Mall, Almora

Rs. 3100/- per sheet (inclusive of all taxes)

Hence the matter is placed before the board for approval of lowest rates for providing of 0.50mm 110 nos (3960 sqft) Color Coated (Green) GI Sheet size 12’x3’ for construction of tin shed at Trenching Ground.

Relevant file is placed on the table.

RESOLUTION

  1. Considered and approved the lowest rates as per agenda for purchase of 0.50mm Colour Coated (Green) Gi Sheet in the financial year 2017-18 as per requirement.

 

  1. INSTALLATION OF CELL TOWER ON WHEELS (COW) WITHIN CANTONMENT AREA

 

Reference DGDE, Delhi letter No. 11026/1/2006/D(Lands), daed 16-05-2016.

To consider the matter regarding installation of cell tower on wheels (COW) within Cantonment Area.

OFFICE REPORT

 

It is stated that the three locations were identified by this office for installation of cell tower on wheels i.e. (1) Upper side of compnay bagh Ranikhet, (2) Near Cantt School Chaubattia and (3) Near Slaughter House Keelghar.

For this purpose e-tenders were invided. First and second tenders were not excepted by this office due to non receipt of three vailed tenders.

This office has again invited e-tender for third time (final tender), where only two tenders (1. ATC TelecomInfrastructure Private Ltd. & Indus Towers Ltd.) have received by this office.

It is pertinent to mention here that the minimum bid (calculated as per STR for 200 Sqmtr per month) was fixed by this office i.e. Rs. 1260/- each for near Cantt School Chaubattia and near Slaughter House Keelghar and Rs. 552/- for upper side of Company Bagh Ranikhet.

The firms have quoted their rates as follows:

Sl. No.

Sites

Minimum bid fixed by this office

Indus Towers Ltd

ATC Telecom Infrastructure Private Ltd.

1

Near Cantt School Chaubattia

Rs. 1260/-

Rs. 35000/-

Rs. 1112.49

2

Upper side of company bagh Ranikhet

Rs. 552/-

Rs, 38000/-

Rs. 1112.49

3

Near Slaughter House Keelghar

Rs. 1260/-

Rs. 31000/-

Rs. 1112.49

As per above table H1 is Indus Towers Ltd. Hence matter is being places before the Board for approval of H1 i.e. Indus Towers Ltd for installation of cell tower on wheels (COW) within Cantonment area.

Relevant file alongwith report of Techical Section, dated 09-01-2018 is placed on the table.

Hence the matter is placed before the board for consideration.

RESOLUTION

  1. Considered and approved the lowest rates for installation of Cell Tower on Wheel (COW tower). The board also resolved to forward a proposal to PDDE, CC, Lucknow for an early action on this account.

 

  1. REQUIREMENT OF ADDITIONAL MANPOWER IN SANITATION SECTION FOR DOOR-TO-DOOR COLLECTION OF SEGREGATED WASTE, CLEANING OF BIG DRAINS AND WASTE PROCESSING

 

Reference Cantonment Board resolution No. 55, dated 09-12-2018.

To consider the matter regarding requirment of additional manpower in sanitation section for door-to-door collection of segregated waste, cleaning of big drains and waste processing.

OFFICE REPORT

 

It is stated that as per report of Sanitary Inspector, dated 30-01-2018, the convservancy contract for civil area has expired on 10-01-2018 and as per above quoted resolution it has been decided by the Board that auxiliary staff be engaged by the board from outsourcing agency for a period of 2 months against the vacant posts on trial basis.

 

It is pertinent to mention here that the work of sanitation section is increased (such as door-to-door collection of segregated waste, processing of waste, cleaning and transportation of garbage and cleaning of big drains) due to exeuction of work as per guidelines/insturctions issued by N.G.T and S.W.M Rules, 2016.

For exeuction of all sanitation works as per rules/guidelines, 15 additional auxiliary staff is required.

Hence matter is being places before the Board for consideration.

Relevant file alongwith report of Sanitary Inspector, dated 30-01-2018 is placed on the table.

RESOLUTION

  1. Considered and discussed at length. The board resolved to engage 15 additional auxiliary staff for door-to-door collection of segregated waste, cleaning of big drains and waste processing etc.

 

  1. MERGING OF CANTONMENT BOARD SCHOOLS

 

Reference Cantonment Board resolution No. 04, dated 28-11-2016 and Cantonment Board resolution No. 05, dated 09-12-2018.

To consider the matter regarding merging of Cantonment Board Schools i.e. Cantonment Primary School, Mall Road and Cantonment Primary School, Kumpur.

 

OFFICE REPORT

 

It is stated that the matter regarding minutes of School Management Committee meeting was placed before the Board vide above quoted resolution and board resolved that School Merging Committee conduct a meeting on 19-12-2017 to check the feasibility for merging of Kumpur and Mallroad Cantt Primary Schools.

In persuance of Cantonment Board resolution No. 04, dated 28-11-2016, School merging committee was constituted vide this office letter No. 39/Committee/2017, dated 02-01-2017 consititing five members as follows :

  1. Chief Executive Officer, Cantonment Board, Ranikhet - Chair Person
  2. Col. Shubhransh Srivastav, Adm. Commandant - Member
  3. Shri Sukrit Shah, Member Cantonment Board, Ranikhet - Member
  4. Smt. Archana Pathak, Member, Cantonment Board, Ranikhet - Member
  5. Smt. Rama Negi, Office Supdt, Cantonment Board, Ranikhet - Member

The School merging committee has conducted a meeting on 19-12-2017. In this meeting Col. S. Srivastav was absent. The two elected members namely Smt. Archan Pathak and Shri Sukrit Sah have intimated the following :

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Hence matter is being places before the Board for consideration.

Relevant file is placed on the table.

RESOLUTION

  1. Considered and discussed at length. The board resolved to maintain status quo in the matter.

28 MANAGEMENT OF “SARTHAK” THE CENTRE FOR DIFFERENTLY ABLED CHILDREN.

Reference Srajan Spastic Society letter No. SSS/CEO 2017/108, dated 17th Oct, 2017.

 

OFFICE REPORT

 

It is stated that the Cantonment Board, Ranikhet is running a Centre for Differently Able children namely “Sarthak”. When the centre was opened only 08 no of children has enrolled in the said centre, and now many children are enrolled in this centre. A trainer was provided by a Registered Society namely “Sarjan Spastic Society”, Pilikothi, Haldwani for Sarthak Center.

The Srajan Spastic Society has intimated this office vide their letter No. SSS/CEO 2017/108, dated 17th Oct, 2017 that “This organization is unable to sustain the services to run Sarthak Special School governed by you effective from 1st December 2017”.

The trainer of Srajan Spastic Society has also intimated this office vide his letter dated 4th Dec, 2017 that he is unable to work in the Sarthak Centre under Srajan Spastic Society and he left the job w.e.f. 20th Dec, 2017.

Keeping in view the importance of Sarthak Centre and security of Divyang Jan, this office has engaged a special educator for Sarthak Center through outsourcing agency w.e.f. 21-12-2017. The outsourced special educator Shri Brijesh Kumar vide his letter dated 22-12-2017 has demanded for engamement of one Asst. Educator and one Ayaa/Parcharika on the fixed honorarium of semi skilled and unskilled employees respectively passed by the Govt.

Hence the matter is placed before the board for consideration.

The Board may consider the matter accordingly.

 

RESOLUTION

  1. Considered and discussed. The board resolved that one Aya on an honorarium of Rs. 3000/- per month be engaged through outsourcing for taking care of the disabled children and one more Assistant Educator for the Sarthak Centre on an honorarium of Rs. 4000/- per month be engaged through outsourcing agency along with the present instructor for smooth functioning of the institute.
  1. PROMOTION ON THE POST OF FOREST GUARD FROM FOREST MAZDOOR.

To consider the application of Shri Rajendra Singh Mehra, Forest Mazdoor and Shri Dayal Chandra, Forest Mazdoor for promotion to the post of Forest Guard.

OFFICE REPORT

It is submitted that three posts of Forest Guard are lying vacant in Cantonment Board, Ranikhet. Out of which, one post of Forest Guard is under process for direction recruitment. Two posts of forest guard will remain vacant.

In this regard, Shri Rajendra Singh Mehra, Forest Mazdoor and Shri Dayal Chandra Arya, Forest Mazdoor have requested to promot them to the post of Forest Guard, as they are working as officiating forest guard w.e.f. 19-02-1994 and 08-11-2010 respectively.

As per report of Forest Ranger, dated 16-01-2018, the charge of officiating Forest Guard was entrusted to Shri Rajendra Singh Mehra vide Office Order No. 405A, dated 19-02-1994 and the charge of officiating Forest Guard was entrusted to Shri Dayal Chandra Arya vide Office Order No. 405A, dated 19-02-1994. Since then, both of them are working as officiating forest guard sincerely. Both of them have good knowledge of Cantt Forest and prevention of forest offences. The Forest Ranger has mentioned in his report that during this terms their work was found satisfactory.

As per report of Accountat, the post of Forest Guard is direct recruitment post and education qualification for Forest Guard is Matric in Establishmet Folder of the office.

Hence the matter is placed before the board

RESOLUTION

Considered and board resolved to forward a proposal to PDDE, CC, Lucknow for promotion of Forest Guard from the post of Forest Mazdoor as per agenda side.

  1. COMPASSIONATE APPOINTMENT IN CANTONMENT BOARD, RANIKHET

 

OFFICE REPORT

Ref:-DGDE letter No. 25/67/Comp.Apptt./CIDE/2012, dated 18-07-2013.

It is submitted that board has not done appointment on compassionate ground since long back (however in 2015 the then CEO had appointed five candidate on compassionate ground on behalf of those posts which has been sanctioned by PDDE for regular appointment).

As per guideline, Ranikhet Cantt should be consider as a small Cantonment as there are less than 20 direct vacancies in recruitment year, even if its grouped/clubbed with group 'D'.

So as per guidelines dated 18-07-2013 para no. (g) of point no. 7 this office should adopt Liberalized method for calculation of vacancies. As per guideline "such small Cantonment Board may add up the total of DR vacancies in Group 'C' and erstwhile Group 'D' posts (excluding technical posts) arising in each year for 3 or more preceding years and calculate 5% of vacancies with reference to the grand total of vacancies of such years, for locating one vacancy for compassionate appointment".

In this regard a list of DR vacancies is as under:-

TOTAL DR VACANT POST IN GROUP 'C' AND GROUP 'D' FOR 3 OR MORE PRECEDING YEARS

SI. No.

Group-C Total Direct Vacant Post

5% quota

Group-D Total Direct Vacant Post

5% quota

Group

‘C’+’D’ Total Vacant Post

5% quota

1

33

1.65 approx 2

114

5.7

approx 6

147

08

Hence this office is competent to proposed the 5% quota against DR (Group C+D) vacancies i.e. 7 post to fill up on compassionate ground. This office required Toll Collector, Forest Guard, Toll Peon, Office Peon, Mazdoor, Chokidar, Bhisty and Safaiwala/Safai Mazdoor for day to day administrative work.

As per guideline dated 8-01-2013 para no. (b) of point no. 7 that determination/availability of vacancies “A Person selected for appointment on compassionate ground should be adjusted in the recruitment roster against the appropriate category viz SC/ST/OBC/General depending upon the category to which he belongs. For example, if he belongs to SC category he will be adjusted against the SC reservation point, if he is ST/OBC he will be adjusted against ST/OBC point and if he belongs to General category he will be adjusted against the vacancy point meant for General category”.

In this regard it is submitted that as per office recruitment roster the DR quota of vacant post in Group ‘C’ and Group 'D' category wise viz SC/ST/OBC/General for compassionate appointment is as under :-

DETAIL OF DIRECT VACANT POST

Sl. No.

Name of Post

Vacant Post

Group C/D

As per Reservation Roster

01

Toll Collector

10

C

1- UR

2- UR

3- UR

4- UR

5- UR

6- SC

7- OBC

8- UR

9- UR

10- UR

02

Forest Guard

3

C

1- OBC

2- UR

3- UR

03

Asst. Teacher Primary

13

C

-

04

R.M.O.

1

C

1- UR

05

Water Lineman

3

C

 

06

Meter Reader

1

C

1- UR

07

Junior Clerk

1

C

1- UR

08

Toll Peon /Office Peon

15

D

1- SC

2- UR

3- UR

4-UR

5-UR

6-UR

7-SC

8-OBC

9-UR

10-UR

11-UR

12-SC

13-UR

14-UR

15-OBC

09

PWD Mazdoor

1

D

SC-1

10

Forest Mazdoor

1

D

SC-1

11

Civil Consy. Chokidar

1

D

UR-1

12

Bhisty

3

D

1-SC

2-UR

3-OBC

13

Civil/Military Consy. Safaiwala/Mazdoor

92

D

65 POST SC QUOTA ARE SURPLUS

14

School Chokidar

2

D

UR-2

The seniority list (compassionate Applicant) & their qualifications for compassionate appointment are as under:-

Sl. No.

Name of Deceased Employee

Date of Death

Name of Applicant for Compassionate Appointment

Category of candidate

01

Late Shri Kripal Singh Mahara, E.L.

15-05-2015

Shri Pankaj

GEN

02

Late Shri Rajendra Singh (Safai Mazdoor)

02-10-2000

Shri Raghuveer Singh

GEN

03

Shri Ramesh (Safaiwala)

23-05-2006

Shri Indrajeet

SC

04

Late Shri Vijay (Safaiwala)

13-05-2010

Shri Ajay

SC

05

Late Shri Ram Chandra (Safaiwala)

20-05-2010

Shri Raja

SC

06

Late Shri Hem Chandra Kandpal

 (Forest Guard)

07-11-2010

Shri Khajan Chandra Kandpal

GEN

07

Late Shri Sher Singh (Mazdoor)

14-01-2011

Shri Chandan Singh

GEN

08

Late Shri Ramesh (Safaiwala)

15-01-2011

Shri Prabhat

SC

09

Late Smt. Sushila (Safaiwala)

18-02-2011

Shri Sanjay

SC

10

Late Shri Denesh Chandra Pant

(Mazdoor)

07-05-2011

Shri Bhuwan Chandra Pant

GEN

11

Late Shri Bahadur Singh

(Mali)

16-05-2011

Shri Rajendra Singh

GEN

12

Late Shri Raj Kumar (Safaiwala)

28-10-2011

Smt. Sashi Devi

SC

13

Late Shri Bharat Singh Bhakuni

(Chokidar)

20-12-2011

Shri Ganesh Singh Bhakuni

GEN

14

Late Shri Saran s/o Shri Maturi

 (Safaiwala)

16-03-2012

Shri Byakul Kumar

SC

15

Late Shri Jagdish s/o Shri Jeewan (Safaiwala)

24-01-2013

Shri Gulshan

SC

16

Late Shri Ramesh Ram, S.M.

13-08-2014

Shri Hem Raj

SC

17

Late Shri Jagdish Chandra Pant, U.D.C

25-11-2014

Shri Hem Chandra Pant.

GEN

18

Late Smt. Krishna w/o Shri Kunnu, S.W

24-01-2015

Shri Hemant Kumar

SC

19

Late Shri Bhuwan Chandra Arya, S.M

04-02-2015

Shri Rohit

SC

20

Late Shri Raghuveer Singh, S.M

22-06-2015

Shri Tulsha Singh Bisht

GEN

21

Late Shri Kailash Chandra, S.M

27-06-2015

Shri Ahsok Kumar

SC

22

Late Smt. Vidhiya w/o Shri Ram Prashad

07-08-2015

Shri Bhupendra Kumar

SC

23

Shri Vijay s/o Shri Chavilal

07-08-2015

Shri Bhupendra Kumar

SC

24

Shri Ganga das s/o Shri Bhullan

09-11-2015

Shri Ajay Kumar

SC

25

Smt. Vimla w/o Shri Laddan

09-04-2016

Shri Vilkanshan

SC

26

Shri Vimla Devi

05-07-2016

Shri Mayank Pandey

GEN

27

Shri Vimla Devi

12-09-2016

Shri Umesh Kumar

SC

28

Shri Vinod

16-12-2016

Km. Nikita

SC

29

Shri Kewalanand, Forest Mazdoor

23-01-2017

Smt. Bina Kabadwal

GEN

30

Shri Arvind Kumar, Toll Peon

17-11-2017

Smt. Poonam Arya

SC

In this regard, a meeting was conducted by Welfare Committee on 05-01-2018 to consider the applications received for compassionate appointment. Keeping in view the seniority and reservation roaster, 08 posts are recommended to be filled up through compassionate appointment. During scrutiny of the application for compassionate appointment it is found that Shri Pankaj s/o late Shri Kripal Singh Mahara is a B.Tech degree holder and Shri Raghuveer Singh is gruaduate (B.A.). Keeping in view the qualification of above two candidates, the committee recommended their appointment on Group ‘C’ post, as the 10 posts of toll collector are vacant. Hence, these two candidates may be appointed as Toll Collector. Remaining six candidates may be appointed as per reservation roaster and seniority of group ‘D’ posts.

The remaining applicants after seniority number 8 are also pressing hard and making regular correspondence for their appointment on compassionate ground, as their financial positions are not good.

Hence the list of all applicants along with relevant file and report of welfare committee is placed on the table for appointment on compassionate ground.

RESOLUTION

  1. Considered and approved the appointment of 8 persons as per the list in the agenda side. It was also resolved that since the education qualification required for toll collector is matriculate, hence, the most qualified two candidates i.e. Shri Pankaj s/o late Shri Kripal Singh Mahara a B.Tech degree holder and Shri Raghuveer Singh is gruaduate (B.A.) be appointed as toll collectors. Rest 6 posts of group ‘D’ be given as per seniority list and reservation roaster as indicated in the agenda. For the balance 22 cases, a consolidated case be forwarded to PDDE, CC, Lucknow for employement on compassionate grounds against the existing vacancies of Group ‘D’ employees.
  1. IMPOSITION OF LICENCE FEE UNDER SECTION 277.

Reference Cantonment Board resolution No. 43, dated 09-12-2017

To consider the matter regarding imposition of licence fee under section 277 of Cantonment Act, 2006

OFFICE REPORT

 

It is submitted that the matter regarding implementation of licence fee under section 277 of Cantt Act, 2006 was placed before the Board in its meeting held on 09th December, 2017 and the Board vide its resolution No. 43, dated 09th December, 2017 resolved that “Considered and discussed at length. The Board resolved that a meeting be conducted by the CEO with Vyapar Mandal Ranikhet and elected members of the board for imposition of licence fee under section 277 of Cantt Act, 2006. If the concerned parties fail to participate in the meeting or give their submissions as in the past, then the licence fee will be deemed sanctioned as per the rates of Municipal Board, Almora.”. As per the above resolution this office has written letters to the all Elected members and members of Vyapar Mandal, Ranikhet vide letter No. 237@/kkjk 277@112] dated 22nd January, 2018 for conducting a meeting on 05th Feb, 2018 at Cantonment Board, Office. The said meeting was held on 05th Feb, 2018. After a long discussion with the members of Vyapar Mandal, Ranikhet and Elected members of the Board it is resolved that as per the rates passed vide CBR No. 23, dated 30th March, 2016 only the following rates are may be reduced/revised. Besides that all other rates will be applicable as per CBR No. 23, dated 30th March, 2016 :-

Øe la0

/kkjk 277 ds vUrxZr O;olk; dk uke

Nkouh ifj’kn] dh Lohd`r njsa

izLrkkfor njsa

1

vkWVks xSjkt ¼nks ifg;k½

4000.00

1500.00

2

bySfDVªdy@bySDVªkfud midj.k O;olk;h

2000.00

700.00

3

O;wVh ikYkZj

1200.00

1000.00

4

oSfYMax dk;Z

4000.00

2500.00

5

fc”kkrk fodzsrk

2000.00

1000.00

6

/kksch@MªkbDyhuj

1000.00

700.00

7

dEiuh }kjk vf/kd`r fodzsrk

5000.00

2000.00

8

lLrk xYyk fodzzsrk

1000.00

500.00

9

twrk fodzssrk

2000.00

1500.00

10

?kM+hlkt@fodszrk

1000.00

700.00

11

dEI;wVj fodzsrk@lfoZl lS.Vj

5000.00

2000.00

12

lkbZcj dSQs

5000.00

2000.00

13

vkWVksdkj@nks ifg;k okgu fodzsrk ¼”kks :e½

8000.00

6000.00

14

fizfUVax iszl

2000.00

1500.00

15

xksnke

2000.00

1000.00

16

twrk ejEer

500.00

200.00

The following rates have been requested to be increased from those stipulated in the rate list of Almora Municipality.

Øe la0

/kkjk 277 ds vUrxZr O;olk; dk uke

vYeksM+k uxj ikfydk gsrq Lohd`r njsa

fnuka 05&02&2018 dks izLrkkfor njsa

1

uxj {ks= ds vUnj dke djus okys jkt feL=h Bsdsnkj

1000.00

2000.00

2

uxj {ks= ds vUnj dke djus okys dkjisUVj Bsdsnkj

1000.00

2000.00

3

dsfcy

5000.00

7000.00

4

isVªksy iEi

1000.00

8000.00

5

diM+s@QqVdj lkekuksa dh lsy yxkus okys

500.00

3000.00

6

QuhZpj vkfn dk;Z

1000.00

2000.00

7

usikyh etnwjksa dks tkjh Vksdu

200.00

500.00

8

ckjcj ¼1 ls 3 lhV½

200.00

500.00

9

ckjcj ¼4 lhV ls Åij½

500.00

700.00

10

efnjk ¼ns”kh½

15000.00

25000.00

11

ckj

8000.00

25000.00

The Board may consider the matter accordingly.

Relevant file is placed before the Board.

RESOLUTION

  1. Considered and discussed at length. The board also considered the rates proposed by Vyapar Mandal Ranikeht vide their letter dated 22-02-2018. The elected members again requested for consideration of rates imposed under section 277 as licence fee. The board resolved that on humanitarian grounds, keeping in view the very small population size of Ranikhet i.e. only 18000 as compare to more than 1.5 lakhs in Almora and also the difference in market size between the two places – Almora being the District Headquarter, that the licence fee shall be fixed at only 75% of the rates finalized in Almora Municipality. For those professions/items where no rates have been fixed by Almora Municipality, the rates as discussed in the meeting held on 05-02-2018 with Vyapar Mandal Ranikhet and Elected members shall be final.

 

  1. ENGAGEMNT OF ADVOCATE-ON-RECORD AND SR. ADVOCATE IN HON’BLE SUPREME COURT OF INDIA.

 

Reference:- DGDE, New Delhi letter No. 76/40/Court Case/CC/Ranikhet/36/C/DE/2018, dated 18th Jan, 2018, PDDE, CC, Lucknow letter No. 51569/Ranikhet/LC-6(C213), dated 7th Feb, 2018 and President Cantonment Board order dated 03-01-2018.

OFFICE REPORT

It is submitted that a notice from Hon’ble Supreme Court of India has been received in this office on 27-12-2017 in Special Leave Petition (Civil) NO. 30487-30488 of 2017 titled Rama Negi vs Untion of India and others. In the instant petition the Union of India, Cantonment Board, Ranikhet through its Chief Executive Officer and Mr. Gopal Ram Arya have been impleaded as respondent No. 1, 2 and 3 respectively. The Chief Executive Officer has submitted a note sheet dated 03-01-2018 for engagement of Advocate-on-Record and Sr. Advocate for due course of action on behalf of Cantonment Board Ranikhet. The PCB has granted permission for engagement of AOR and Sr. Advocate for the said case. In this connection the DGDE, New Delhi and PDDE, CC, Lucknow have also directed to defend the case in the Supreme Court of India and asked for a progress report in due course.

In compliance with the, direction issued by higher authorites as well as with due permission of President Cantonment Board Ranikhet, this office has engaged an AOR in the above case.

The said AOR has also attended the one hearing which was fixed on 19th Jan, 2018.


Hence the matter is placed before the board for noting.

Relevant file is placed on the table.

 

RESOLUTION

 

  1. Considered, noted and approved as per agenda.

 

  1. APPEAL UNDER SECTION 13 OF CANTT FUND SERVANT RULES 1937.

 

Reference CBR No. 57, dated 9th Dec, 2017

To consider the matter regarding appeal under section 13 of CFSR rules 1937 filed by Shri Ghanshyam Tiwari.

 

OFFICE REPORT

 

It is submitted that Shri Ghanshyam Tiwari has floated an appeal to the PCB Ranikhet under section 13 of Cantt Fund Servant rules 1937 vide his letter dated 26-07-2017.

The matter was placed before the board in its meeting 9th Dec, 2017 for taking appropriate decision on the appeal of Shri Ghanshyam Tiwari as the appeals of the applicant has already been heard by the Board as well as the Hona’ble High Court, Nainital twice.

The Board vide its CBR No. 57, dated 9th Dec, 2017 discussed the matter at length and the board panded the matter for next meeting.

Hence the matter is again placed before the board to take decision for the acceptance/rejection of the appeal.

Board may consider the matter accordingly.

Relevant file is placed on the table.

 

RESOLUTION

  1. Considered and discussed at length. The Vice President again appealed for the employee in this case. Col. S. Srivastav, nominated member said that a warning be issued to the employee found guilty and an undertaking be taken from him which would be a legal document binding him to strict terms and conditions of the board for discharge of his duties. If he fails to abide by any point in that undertaking, he shall be terminated from his job. Shri Sukrit Sah, Elected Member said that the employee has been given chances in the past but he has been notorious and has also filed a contempt case in the Hon’ble High Court even when the board has taken up his matter. The CEO opined that the concerned employee has a blemished service record, has already been punished for financial irregularity in the past, was again charge sheeted and awarded major penalties which is under review, to just take an undertaking from such employee and re-instate him would in effect mean awarding him no punishment. This shall serve as a very bad example from the administrative point of view where the functioning of the Cantt Board Office under the CEO shall become extremely difficult. The PCB agreed to this and said that the concerned employee should be awarded some punishment since he has been found guilty.

It was therefore finally resolved to impose a penalty of withholding of three increments of pay on cumulative basis under section 11(2)(iii) of CFSR 1937.

The board also resolved that an undertaking be obtained from Shri Ghanshyam Tiwari which would be a legal document binding him to strict terms and conditions of the board for discharge of his duties. If he fails to abide by any point in that undertaking, he shall be terminated from his job. After preparation of undertaking by the CEO, which will be signed by him, he will be re-instated in service with immediate effect.

  1. CONSERVANCY AGREEMENT FOR THE YEAR 2018-19

 

To consider the report of Sanitary Inspector Cantonment Board, Ranikhet dated 21st feb 2018 regarding execution and approval of conservancy agreement for the year 2018-19.

The board may consider the matter accordingly.

Necessary details of Cantonment Board conservancy staff is placed on the table.

RESOLUTION

  1. Considered and approved.
  1. MANAGEMENT OF SAUCHALAYA, NEAR ROADWAYS STATION.

 

To consider the matter regarding extension or re-tender for management of Sauchalaya near Roadways Station.

OFFICE REPORT.

It is submitted that 3 times tenders were invited for the management of Sauchalaya, near Roadways Station Ranikhet, vide this office letter No. 237@”kkSpky;@125] dated 04th December,2017, dated 21st December, 2017 and 03rd January, 2018. As per above, in each of the three times only one tender has been received from Secretary, International Institute of Sulabh Systems, Palam-Dabri Road, New Delhi-45. The details of bid, received as under:-

Sl.No.

Date of Tender

Name of Institution

Bid received

(per month in `)

Previous Rate

(per month, in `)

1

18-12-2017

International Institute of Sulabh Systems, New Delhi-45

9,100/-

7,875/-

2

30-12-2017

-do-

9,151/-

3

15-01-2018

-do-

9,177/-

The Board consider the matter accordingly.

Relevant file is placed before the board.

RESOLUTION

  1. Considered and board approved the rates of International Institute of Sulabh System, New Delhi @ Rs 9,177/- for management of Shauchalaya near Roadways Station.

OTHER DISCUSSION POINT.

  1. At the request of the Vice President about the previous cantt board meetings resolution No. 26, dated 9th Dec, 2017 regarding allotment of private water connection. The CEO clarified that the domestic water supply connections for the year 2017 are also being processed already. 85 numbers of applications were received and have been entered into the register, necessary action is being taken at this front by the Cantt Office.

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