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Sunday, December 2, 2012

Re-Employment to Ex-Servicemen - Lok Sabha Q&A

(a) to (c): Registration for employment by ex-servicemen welfare is voluntary. As per the data available with Directorate General of Resettlement, number of ex-servicemen registered for employment during last 3 years and the current year is as under:
Year Total Registration
2009 34959
2010 27453
2011 19510
2012 13585

The reservation policy for Ex-servicemen is implemented by the concerned Governments / Departments, Public Sector Undertakings and Banks. It is the responsibility of the concerned organisation to implement the same.

(d) & (e): There is no proposal to set up National Ex-Servicemen Commission to monitor the implementation of Welfare Schemes for Ex-Servicemen in view of the existing mechanism available. At the Central level, Director General of Resettlement and Kendriya Sainik Board, and Rajya Sainik Boards and Zila Sainik Welfare Offices at the State and District level are in place to look after resettlement / re-employment and welfare of ex-servicemen. The Government continuously endeavours to explore every possible avenue for increasing employment opportunities for the ex-servicemen through various initiatives including training and awareness programmes.

The above information has been submitted by MoD in reply of undermentioned Lok Sabha query:

ANSWERED ON   26.11.2012


Will the Minister of DEFENCE be pleased to state:-

(a) the number of ex-servicemen registered for employment and re-employment in Government service during the last three years and the current year; 

(b) whether the reservation policy for ex-servicemen for jobs in the Central Government and Government Undertakings is being implemented strictly; 

(c) if so, the details thereof and if not, the reasons therefor; 

(d) whether the Government is completing to set up National Ex-Servicemen Commission to monitor the implementation of Welfare Schemes for Ex-Servicemen in the Departments of Government / Public Sector Undertakings; and 

(e) if so, the details thereof and the steps taken by the Government to facilitate their re-employment?


**see above**

Will the Minister of DEFENCE be pleased to state:-
(a) the number of re-employed ex-servicemen who took the benefit schemes like security agency and toll plaza from Director General of Resettlement (DGR) for the last three years;

(b) the number of cases of the above, reported for violating the terms and conditions of DGR by subletting them;

(c) the number of ex-servicemen who took the dual or more facilities concurrently from the DGR;

(d) if so, whether his Ministry proposes to cancel those agencies and blacklist them;

(e) whether the holding of dual posts in DGR as well as in private firm is allowed as per Defence Officers Service regulations;

(f) if not, the action taken by his Ministry to prevent misuse of power;

(g) whether submission of Income-Tax returns is mandatory for ex-servicemen seeking empanelment with DGR; and

(h) whether his Ministry is taking steps to display on their website the details of the beneficiaries to prevent enjoying multiple benefits?



(a) A total of 548 officers have been empanelled / sponsored by Directorate General of Resettlement for Security Agency Scheme from 01.04.2009 to 31.03.2012. The scheme of management of Toll Plaza stands closed w.e.f. December, 2010 and no ex-servicemen has been sponsored in 2011 & 2012. Only three ex-servicemen were sponsored in 2010.

(b) Out of 548 officers empanelled in last three years 6 cases of subletting have been reported.

(c) In the Security Agency Scheme, 31 cases were reported who took dual or more facilities concurrently from Directorate General of Resettlement. Toll Plaza was considered as a regular scheme from January, 2008. Since then 13 ex-servicemen were reported to have taken dual or more facilities concurrently from the Directorate General of Resettlement.

(d) Any ex-serviceman who violates the extant guidelines is disempanelled from the Directorate General of Resettlement’s scheme.

(e) & (f): Personnel posted in Directorate General of Resettlement are not allowed to hold dual post in Directorate General of Resettlement as well as in private firms. If an Officer violates the same, suitable action as per extant rules is taken by their respective Service Headquarters and Cadre Controlling Authority.

(g) Ex-servicemen is required to submit Form AS26 after he is awarded contract for the Security Agency.

(h) Details of all beneficiaries of Security Agency Scheme and other Self Employment Schemes are uploaded on Directorate General of Resettlement website

See also: 
Re-Employment to Ex-ServicemenMinistry of Defence 13-August, 2012 Central Government provides 10% reservation for Ex- servicemen in civil jobs in Group `C` posts and 20% in Group `D` posts. Most State Governments provide reservation for Ex-servicemen which varies from State to State as it is based on the total population of Ex- servicemen domiciled in the State and the rehabilitation policy of the concerned State. It is

Deprived Section of Ex-Servicemen: Lok Sabha Q&A(a) & (b): Ex-servicemen with service less than 15 years are not entitled to pension as it is a mandatory requirement for a Personal Below Officer Rank to render 15 years and for Commissioned Officers 20 years qualifying service to earn pension. Minimum qualifying service is an essential criterion for pension in the Government. (c) The Short Service Commissioned Officers who are not

Amendments in Ex-servicemen (Re-employment in Central Civil Services and Posts) Rules, 2012 - Gazette NotificationAmendments in Ex-servicemen (Re-employment in Central Civil Services and Posts) Rules, 2012. [To be published in the Gazette of India, Extraordinary, Part II, Section 3, Sub section (i)] Government of India Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions NOTIFICATION New Delhi, dated the 4th October , 2012 G.S.R. - In exercise of the powers conferred by the

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