Issue of Medical/disability certificate for allotment of Govt. accommodation – inclusion of AIIMS regarding.
Government of India
Directorate of Estates
Nirman Bhawan, New Delhi,
Dated the 8/8/2013
Dr. D.K. Sharma,
All India Institute of Medical Sciences,
Ansari Nagar, New Delhi – 110 029.
Subject:-Issue of Medical/disability certificate for allotment of Govt. accommodation – inclusion of AIIMS regarding.
I am directed to refer to your letter No. F.16/Treatment/2012-Estt.(H) dated 07.11.2012 on the subject cited above and to say that in view of practical difficulties are being faced by the AIIMS for issue of Medical/Disability certificate for allotment of Govt. accommodation and as requested by the AIIMS for deletion of its name from the proforma of medical/disability certificate, it has been decided to delete name of AIIMS from performa of medical/disability certificate.
Assistant Director of Estates
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Discretionary Allotment on Medical grounds
According to the guidelines vide O.M. No. 12035/2/97-Pol.II (Pt.II), dated 17.11.1997 and 08.07.2008 The allotment/change, on medical grounds including central area/ground floor shall be made in the case of the Govt. Servants and their spouses, dependent children and dependent parents, suffering from any of the following diseases on priority bases under 5% quota.
(a) Tuberculosis: Pulmonary tuberculosis (serious cases only)
(b) Cancer Cases: Malignant neoplasm.
(c) Heart ailments: Of an exceptionally serious nature and in need of urgent treatment.
(Class III or IV, angina or heart failure symptoms)
(d) Disabled persons:
(i) Blind – Those who suffer from either of the following conditions:
(1) Total absence of sight:
(2) Visual Acuity not exceeding 6/90 or 20/200 (smelled) in the better eye with correcting lenses:
(3) Impression of the field of vision subtending an angle of 20 degrees or worse.
(ii) Deaf: Those having hearing loss of more than 90 decibels in the better ear (profound impairment) or total loss of hearing in both ears.
(iii) Orthopaedically handicapped: To the extent of 40% and above disability.
(iv) Mentally handicapped/spastic dependents.
2. For this purpose the applicant is required to submit the following documents through Proper Channel.
I. Original Medical certificate (as per revised format) in r/o the patient from a Medical Board consisting of at least three doctors (signed by two specialists Doctors of the disease concerned headed by Senior Consultant) duly countersigned by the Medical Superintendent from Safdarjang and Dr.R.M.LHospital for allotment from GPRA in Delhi. For allotment in places other than Delhi the Medical Certificate should be from the Medical Board of Government Hospital of that particular area.
Original Medical Certificate issued by the Medical Board should bear the signature of Medical Superintendent of the treating hospital vis-à-vis signature and photo of the patient. Also one month’s prescription slip issued by the treating Hospital at the town where the Govt. Servant is posted may be furnished along with the Medical Certificate. The Medical Certificate should also specifically indicate the nature and extent of disease and also the disability caused by it.
Incase of physical disability/deformity, the government servant/dependent parents children are suffering, the certificate should be from a medical Board consisting of at least 3 doctors, including Ortho surgeon in r/o Orthopedic, the Specialist and head of Deptt and should be counter signed by the Medical Superintendent of the Hospital. Full Photograph showing the extent of disability/deformity duly attested by the doctor concerned may also be enclosed.
In case of mentally handicapped/spastic dependents, the certificate should clearly specify the degree of locomotor disability.
The Medical certificate may clearly state the relationship between the applicant and the patient, and his/her photograph pasted on it duly attested by the authority issuing the Medical Certificate. The number of the CGHS card of the official who is applying for allotment on medical grounds should also be indicated.
In case of T.B. and other related diseases. X-Ray taken not more than a month prior to the date of applications. The X-Ray should contain the name of the patient duly attested by the medical officer concerned with his rubber stamp.
II. DE 2 form for the current allotment year duly filled in by the applicant, verified and endorsed by the competent authority.
III. Full particulars of present accommodation and details of family members living with the applicant along with an attested copy of ration card and CGHS card.
IV. A certificate that the applicant has not applied earlier for ad-hoc allotment on medical grounds. In case the applicant has applied earlier, he/she should give full details.
V. The self-contained request of the applicant giving the reasons for seeking discretionary allotment.
VI. A certificate showing the father/mother/Children are fully dependent on the applicant.
VII. The request of the applicant should be specifically recommended by Joint Secretary if the applicant is working in the Ministry, otherwise, Head of the Department (with rubber stamp with name). In the case of Deputy Secretaries and above, the request should be recommended by the Secretary, Ministry/Department concerned.
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