"There is no such thing as 'Nurse-Doctor equality'. It exists only in the 'wildest imaginations of some AMC Docs'. The only issue is 'integration of Military Nursing Service as a Corps of regular Army'; not equating Nurses with the Doctors". : Anonymous Reader

Military Nursing Service: Parliament Questions

This is a compilation of parliament questions raised in the Loksabha by the honourable members regarding the Military Nursing Service. The answers reflects the MoD's and there by the Govenment of India's view on the status of the Military Nursing Service. The following emerges through the answers given by the Defence Ministers on various occassions:


(a) The Military Nursing Service while being part of the Army is an auxiliary force* established through the Indian Military Nursing Service Ordinance, 1943.


(b) The Officers of Military Nursing Service are Commissioned Officers**.


(c) The Officers of Military Nursing Service are treated at par with the Officers of the other arms and services of the Army only for the service privileges.


(d) The terms and conditions of MNS cadre (which derives its statutory force from Indian Military Nursing Service Ordinance, 1943) is different from other cadres, hence they are considered separately for pay, disciplines, promotion, uniform etc.


(e) The Government is against the withdrawal of army commissioned officer rank titles and insignias from the Officers of Military Nursing Service (because as per Section 5 of the said Ordinance all members of the Indian Military Nursing Service shall be of commissioned rank).


(f) Some honourable members are genuinely concerned over the institutionalised discrimination against the Officers of Military Nursing Service and are convinced about the necessity to form an Army Nurse Corps from the Military Nursing Service.


*Auxiliaryforces means support services (its meaning in 1943); which originally denoted the elements formed in support of the fighting arms (example the precursers of todays service elements like AMC, MF, APS, RVC, ADC etc during the second world war).


**Commissioned Officer means an Officer holding a Commissioned Rank.


You are free to access the simillar parliament questions including the questions given below from: http://loksabha.nic.in/



GOVERNMENT OF INDIA MINISTRY OF DEFENCE LOK SABHA


UNSTARRED QUESTION NO 5158 ANSWERED ON 21.12.2000


WOMEN OFFICERS IN ARMY



5158 .Shri PAWAN KUMAR BANSAL


(a) the number of women SSC Officers serving the Indian Army;


(b) the number of such officers who left the army after completion of five year service;


(c) whether on the basis of some evaluation regarding their performance, any policy has been formulated regarding their term of service;


(d) whether there is any proposal to give permanent commission to lady officers; and


(e) if so, the details thereof?


ANSWER MINISTER OF DEFENCE (SHRI GEORGE FERNANDES)



(a) At present, there are 1089 women SSC officers in the Army.


(b) 99 SSC women officers left Army after five years’ service.


(c) to (e): A statement is attached. STATEMENT REFERRED TO IN REPLY TO PARTS (c) TO (e) OF LOK SABHA UNSTARRED QUESTION NO. 5158 FOR 21.12.2000

In Army Medical Corps, Army Dental Corps and Military Nursing Service, women officers are recruited on both permanent and Short Service Commission basis.

In other identified branches, women officers are recruited, initially, for 5 years, under Short Service Commission with the option of extension of another 5 years, subject to their fitness. 2. The scheme of grant of Short Service Commission for women was started in 1992 and initially, the commission was granted only for 5 years. However, in 1996, this Commission was made extendable to 10 years for women officers, who opt for extension and are found fit by Board of officers.


GOVERNMENT OF INDIA MINISTRY OF DEFENCE LOK SABHA

UNSTARRED QUESTION NO 5474 ANSWERED ON 29.08.2001

MILITARY NURSING SERVICE


5474 . Shri K. FRANCIS GEORGE

(a) whether the members of the Military Nursing Service (MNS) are Commissioned Officers;

(b) if so, the details of the Government order under which they have been so designated;

(c) whether the above Government Order is being updated periodically;

(d) if not, the reasons therefor;

(e) whether the MNS personnel are wearing the uniform with the Rank Insignia of Army Commissioned Ranks like Lieutenants, Captains, Majors etc.;

(f) if so, whether it is a fact that they are being denied Basic Pay, Rank Pay and all related allowances and perquisites which are being paid to Commissioned Officers, General Cadre Army Officers etc.; and

(g) the reasons therefor and corrective measure being taken in this regard?

ANSWER


MINISTER OF STATE IN THE MINISTRY OF DEFENCE (SHRI U.V. KRISHNAM RAJU)


(a) Yes, Sir.

(b) The Military Nursing Service (MNS) officers are commissioned under the authority of (The Indian) Military Nursing Service Ordinance, 1943 (Ordinance XXX of 1943).

(c) Yes, Sir.

(d) Not applicable.

(e) Yes, Sir.

(f) & (g): MNS is an auxillary force. Pay and allowances of MNS Officers are governed by Indian Nursing Service Ordinance, 1943. Therefore, they are not being paid pay and allowances equal to Commissioned Officers, General Cadre Army Officers etc. Presently MNS Officers have been granted pay and allowances as per recommendations of Vth Pay Commission.


GOVERNMENT OF INDIA MINISTRY OF DEFENCE LOK SABHA

UNSTARRED QUESTION NO 3188 ANSWERED ON 19.08.2004

RULES AND REGULATIONS FOR NURSES


3188 . Dr. K.S. MANOJ

Will the Minister of DEFENCE be pleased to state:-

(a) the conditions of service and employment of Nurses working in the Military Services;

(b) whether any amendment has been made to the Military Nursing Service Ordinance, 1943 and Military Nursing Service (India) Rules, 1944;

(c) if so, the details thereof;

(d) whether the Nursing Officers are entitled for Pay, Perks, Salute and other compliments by the lower ranks like other Officers of Military Services; and

(e) if not, the reasons therefor?

ANSWER MINISTER OF DEFENCE (SHRI PRANAB MUKHERJEE)


(a) to (e): A Statement is attached. STATEMENT REFERRED TO IN REPLY TO PARTS (a) TO (e) OF LOK SABHA UNSTARRED QUESTION NO. 3188 FOR 19.8.2004

Military Nursing Service (MNS) Officers are governed by the Indian Military Nursing Service Ordinance, 1943 and Military Nursing Service (INDIA) Rules, 1944.

The original Military Nursing Service Ordinance, 1943 was amended vide The Adaptation of Laws Order (A.L.O.) 1950 and the Commander-in-Chief (Change in Designation) Act, 1955 (XIX of 1955, S.2 and Schedule (7.5.1955). The following amendments have been made in the Military Nursing Service Ordinance, 1943:- I. Vide The Adaptation of Laws Order (A.L.O.) 1950: (a) The title of the Ordinance was changed from Military Nursing Service Ordinance, 1943 to The Indian Military Nursing Service Ordinance, 1943. (b) The words `in the Provinces` were omitted. (c) `Indian Military Nursing Service` was substituted for `Military Nursing Services (India)`. (d) The word `Crown` was substituted by the word `Union`. (e) The words `His Majesty`s` were substituted by the words `The Indian`. (f) The words `Any British subject or any subject of an Indian State` were substituted by the words `Any citizen of India`. (g) The words `and to those members of the Army in Indian Nursing Service Reserve who have engaged to serve with forces and person subject to the Indian Army Act, 1911#` were omitted. # Now Army Act, 1950 (XLVI of 1950) II. The words `Commander-in-Chief India Army` were substituted by the words `Chief of the Army Staff` by the Commander-in-Chief (Change in Designation) Act, 1955 (XIX of 1955, S.2 and Schedule (7.5.1955).

MNS Officers are entitled to Pay and Perks as per Government orders issued from time to time. They are also entitled to salute and other compliments as per their Service norms.

However, being an auxiliary force having different cadre, functions and responsibilities, the pay scales of the Military Nursing Service Officers are not comparable to those of the Officers of the Regular Army.


GOVERNMENT OF INDIA MINISTRY OF DEFENCE LOK SABHA

UNSTARRED QUESTION NO 270 ANSWERED ON 24.11.2005

DISCRIMINATION AGAINST MILITARY NURSING OFFICERS


270 . Dr. K.S. MANOJ

Will the Minister of DEFENCE be pleased to state:-

(a) whether it has come to the notice of the Government about the discrimination against the Military Nursing Servicing (MNS) officers in the defence force;

(b) if so, the details thereof;

(c) the steps taken by the Government in this regard;

(d) whether any amendment pertaining to the status and privileges of the MNS officers has been made; and

(e) if so, the details thereof?

ANSWER MINISTER OF DEFENCE (SHRI PRANAB MUKHERJEE)


(a) to (e): A statement is attached. STATEMENT REFERRED TO IN REPLY TO PARTS (a) TO (e) OF LOK SABHA UNSTARRED QUESTION NO. 270 FOR 24.11.2005

There is no discrimination against Military Nursing Service Officers.

A Committee was constituted by the Chief of Army Staff (COAS) to examine the grievances of the Military Nursing Service (MNS) officers. The Committee included the senior most officer of MNS cadre. The Committee in its report submitted to the COAS in July 2005, has made recommendations for improving the organizational structure and cadre management of MNS including redesignation of the MNS rank structure.

No amendments pertaining to the status and privileges of the MNS officers have been made.


GOVERNMENT OF INDIA MINISTRY OF DEFENCE LOK SABHA

UNSTARRED QUESTION NO 731 ANSWERED ON 23.02.2006

COMMISSIONED RANK TO MILITARY NURSING SERVICE


731 . Shri P.C. THOMAS

Will the Minister of DEFENCE be pleased to state:-

(a) whether Commissioned Rank given to nurses of Indian Military Nursing Service are being withdrawn by the Government;

(b) if so, the reasons therefor;

(c) the present grade and status of nurses working in the Indian Military Nursing Service;

(d) whether the Government has received representations to uphold the Commissioned Rank; and

(e) if so, the action taken by the Government thereon?

ANSWER MINISTER OF DEFENCE (SHRI PRANAB MUKHERJEE)


(a) to (e): A statement is attached. STATEMENT REFERRED TO IN REPLY TO PARTS (a) TO (e) OF LOK SABHA UNSTARRED QUESTION NO. 731 FOR ANSWER ON 23.2.2006

The Military Nursing Service (MNS) is a cadre comprising of female nurses, who are employed under the provisions of the Indian Military Nursing Service Ordinance 1943.

As per Section 5 of the said Ordinance all members of the Indian Military Nursing Service shall be of commissioned rank and appointed as officers of the Indian Military Nursing Service by the Central Government by notification in the Official Gazette and they continue to be so appointed.

The Military Nursing Service has the following ranks and pay scales:

Rank Pay Scale (Rs.)

Lieutenant 8000-300-9500

Captain 9400-300-12100

Major 11200-300-14800

Lieutenant Colonel 12800-300-15200

Colonel 13400-300-15500

Brigadier 14700-300-16200

Major General 16400-400-20000

A Committee was constituted by the Chief of the Army Staff (COAS) to examine the grievances of the Military Nursing Service (MNS) officers. The Committee included the senior most officer of the MNS cadre. The Committee in its report submitted to the COAS in July 2005, has made recommendations for improving the organizational structure and cadre management of MNS including redesignation of the MNS rank structure.

The Government has received various representations to uphold the commissioned rank alongwith other grievances of Military Nursing Service officers. The Government has sought the views of the COAS.


GOVERNMENT OF INDIA MINISTRY OF DEFENCE LOK SABHA

UNSTARRED QUESTION NO 302 ANSWERED ON 01.03.2007

VOLUNTARY RETIREMENT BY MILITARY NURSES


302 .Dr. K.S. MANOJ

Will the Minister of DEFENCE be pleased to state:-

(a) the number of applications received by the AFMS for voluntary retirement of serving Military Nurses during the last three years till date;

(b) whether the number of Military Nurses taking Voluntary Retirement Scheme/ Quitting the service has increased following the redesignation of Rank Structures of Military Nurses; and

(c) if so, the steps taken by the Government to check such exodus of Military Nurses?

ANSWER MINISTER OF DEFENCE (SHRI A.K. ANTONY)


(a) The number of applications received for premature retirement/resignation of Military Nursing Service Officers during the last 3 years is as under:

Year Premature Resignation Total Retirement

2004 110 65 175

2005 77 46 123

2006 94 56 150

2007 08 02 10(till date)

(b) & (c): There is no change in the rank structure of Military Nursing Service Officers.

Premature retirement/resignation applications are submitted by the Military Nursing Service Officers mainly on the grounds of compassionate circumstances. The interest of the state is kept in view while considering such cases.


GOVERNMENT OF INDIA MINISTRY OF DEFENCE LOK SABHA

UNSTARRED QUESTION NO . 2319 ANSWERED ON 15.03.2007

RECRUITMENT OF MILITARY NURSES


2319 . Dr. K.S. MANOJ

Will the Minister of DEFENCE be pleased to state:-

(a) the number of Military Nurses recruited to the Military Nursing Services during each of the last three years;

(b) the existing vacant posts of Military Nurses in Military Nursing Services; and

(c) the time by which the vacant posts are likely to be filled up?

ANSWER

MINISTER OF THE STATE IN THE MINISTRY OF DEFENCE (SHRI A.K. ANTONY)


(a) Year The number of Military Nursing Service Officers recruited during the last three years are as under:

2004 108

2005 112

2006 107

(b)&(c) : There are 132 vacant posts of Military Nurses as on 8th March, 2007. The shortage will be met from cadets of B.Sc.(Nursing) and Probationary Nurses of General Nursing & Midwifery course and candidates from open market during this year.


Debate Advance Search Back Total Records :2


SPECIAL MENTION Title: Alleged humiliation and harassment faced by the fraternity of Military Nursing Service from subordinates and supervisors.


Date: 29-08-2005 Participants: Dr. K.S. Manoj Ref.Keywords: Discrimination


Title : Alleged humiliation and harassment faced by the fraternity of Military Nursing Service from subordinates and supervisors. DR. K.S. MANOJ (ALLEPPEY):

Thank you Madam Chairman. I would like to draw your kind attention to the serious and urgent matter of importance regarding different types of discrimination, physical and mental torture, harassment and humiliation faced by the 3,500 odd members of the Military Nursing Officers in spite of their rendering commendable service to the wounded and sick soldiers and their family members for 78 years since its inception.


The Nursing Officers of the Armed Forces Medical Services are commissioned by the President of India. They are issued a Parchment Certificate signed by the hon. President to this effect. The commissioning is preceded by an All India Selection entrance examination and training programme at par with other officers of the Indian Army. They are subjected to the Military Nursing Service Ordinance 1943, the Military Nursing Service Rules 1944 and the Defence Services Regulations.


Despite all these facts, the Army authorities refuse to accept the nurses as officers. They calculatively created a confusion among the Armed personnel by circulating conflicting letter and statements which reflect the prejudicial mindset of a few Army Medical Officers. This state of confusion created among them has been utilised to selectively discriminate, harass and humiliate the nursing officers in the grant of their dues in terms of respect and other privileges.


It is perceived that the MNS is not covered under the Army Act 1950 which is said to be the reason for discrimination. But the Army Act is made applicable to them selectively for punishment and discipline and not for privileges.


Type of Debate: SPECIAL MENTION


Title: Need to constitute Army Nurse Corpse for the integration of Military Nursing Service.


Date: 14-03-2007 Participants: Dr. K.S. Manoj Ref.Keywords: Armed Forces Type of Debate:


Title: Need to constitute Army Nurse Corpse for the integration of Military Nursing Service.


DR. K.S. MANOJ (ALLEPPEY): The Military Nursing Service stands out as the earliest portion of the Indian Armed Forces where women were permitted to serve. This is also true for all the Armed Forces of the world. The Army nurses have made a permanent place in every nation’s heart by nursing millions of sick and wounded soldiers back to life and health.


The Military Nursing Service is an integral part of the Indian Armed Forces and renders service to the hospitals in the Army, Navy and Air Force establishments. The officers of Military Nursing Service had distinguished themselves in the Second World War. After the Second World War, in the ensuing years, the large majority of the nation had constituted Army Medical Corps and Army Nursing Corps.


India also formed our Army Medical Corps in the year 1948 and ignored the plea for MNS’s proper integration into the Army by formation of an Army Medical Corps. I would urge upon the Government to repeal the Military Nursing Service Ordinance of 1943 to constitute the Army Nursing Corps.


Jayanti Dutta

24 comments:

  1. Dear Madam,
    We found your blog to be very informative. Keep up the good work.
    Regards, Shalu

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  2. Anonymous2/08/2009

    Thank You Ma'am, At last there is some one who cares for MNS Officers.
    God bless you.

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  3. It is nice to know that the Parliament discusses these things also. Three cheers to the Indian Democracy, without which there will be only army autocracy.
    Lt SK

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  4. Anonymous2/19/2009

    Respected Madam,
    Thank you Madam for providing such informative points . By going through such points MNS officers will feel proud of there job and hope for there betterment. Great people like you can do some thing for our MNS family

    warm regards

    Husband of MNS Officer

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  5. Anonymous3/31/2009

    Please clarify whether MNS officers are gazetted Officer. Can they attest certificates? There are arguments on it.

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  6. Col Mathew Thomas4/02/2009

    Officers who are appointed through a notification on the Official Gazette (gazette of India/ states) are called gazetted officers.

    In 1950, the Parliament through the Adaptation of Laws Order (AOLO), 1950; adopted all the statutory laws existed in the pre-independent India (with certain modifications, like dropping of word Crown, Queen etc.) and henceforth-such laws were applicable in independent India. The Military Nursing Service derives its statutory force from the Indian Military Nursing Service Ordinance, 1943 adopted through AOLO 1950. It is in effect nothing but an Act of Parliament. The Section 5 of the Act laid down that, all members of the Indian Military Nursing Service shall be of commissioned rank and shall be appointed as officers of the Indian Military Nursing Service by the Central Government by notification in the Official Gazette. Accordingly all Officers of MNS are appointed as such, through a gazette notification, which is a Statutory requirement.

    The gazette notification for all officers of the armed forces are given Gazette of India, Part-I, Section-4 (notifications regarding appointments, promotions, leave etc. of Officers issued by the Ministry of Defence). There fore all Officers of MNS are Gazetted Officers just like the Officers of AMC, ADC, RVC, etc. You may try to get a copy of the same regarding your commission, promotion etc. from any Central Government Office. Such notifications are normally issued within in 6-8 months, therefore the young officers will find it easier to get a copy, and others can search in Archives.

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  7. Anonymous5/08/2009

    dear mam,

    THANK U SO MUCH FOR GIVING SO MUCH VALUABLE INFORMATION , AND ALSO LATEST INFORMATION, I AM VERY HAPPY THAT THERE IS SOME ONE LIKE U WHO IS GIVING ME LATEST UPDATE.

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  8. Anonymous6/09/2009

    is the child care leave entitled for a MNS officer?

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  9. mam, i am a lieut posted in mh agra.i will be greateful to know from where i can get my gazette notification.

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  10. Anonymous12/30/2009

    It is really heartening to learn that there are people who care for this noble service of the army.There is a great need to bring forth the noble work done by the MNS OFFICERS and the problems faced by them in their day to day functioning.It is imperative to know especially by the young MNS OFFICERS that they are commisioned officers of the Indian Army just like other officers in the same army.It is them who have to command their respect and take a stand for their rights and previleges which no body can deny them.First of all they have to feel proud of themselves.They should check any body who does not give them due respect,be it an officer,JCO or a Jawan.If a JCO/jawan is not respecting or saluting a Nursing Officer,he is liable to be punished.His complaint should immediately be sent to his Commanding Officer in writing so that such act is not repeated in future.Even other officers from all other arms and services should use their common sense and understand that the ranks which they are putting on cannot be given to any body who is of a status lower to them.So they have to realise that MNS officers are at par with them and not inferior to them.The Army Order says this not me.Im very glad to know that the fight is on for the status of MNS OFFICERS in the army which is always degraded by the officers of other arms and services.I have just learnt from somebody that Lt Cols of MNS are also being brought in Pay Band-4 in 6th CPC.Can any one confirm this great news?If that be so then the day is not far when even Bagga commission will be applicable to MNS OFFICERS as well.The only thing that MNS OFFICERS have to do is to put across their demands and be together...ALL THE BEST...

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  11. Anonymous3/21/2010

    thankyou mam..

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  12. Anonymous5/02/2010

    kindly respond to this quiery... whether child care leave is applicable to MNS officers?

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  13. Anonymous5/02/2010

    thank you so much

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  14. Anonymous5/02/2010

    Dear mam, is child care leave applicable to MNS officers?

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  15. Child care leave is not applicable to women officers serving in armed forces. Presently, it is only applicable for the civilians.

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  16. Anonymous10/10/2010

    Respected madam
    since the time MNS are formed these nurses are doing long duties, short duties. Of course the night duty from one month has been reduced to 15 days now. The duties hours for these nurses over all falls 8 hrs per day by calculations. Why there are not changes have been brought in their working hours as per labour law. Only 8 hrs of working is considered by the labour laws. Are any one is working on this. If so . Kindly flash some light on it.
    It has also come in the lime light that their is lot of harasment and humilation done to the nursing officers by their seniors in regards giving leaves, days offs and if they fall sick.
    In the mess they are treated like prisoners ,not giving out passes.In the parties they have to chop the veges,make an arrangaments etc. Any institute does not give membership. Because Nursing officers mess does not pay the bills from the mess.It is very shame full to know this and world is moving forwarded. Societies are trying to empower women and their children,but in MNSs case, they are not ready to accept the changes. They make their own women suffer and loosers this world. It is really shame and disheartening.

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  17. Anonymous10/23/2010

    respected madam
    In our service hospitals patient,nurse ratio is not maintained and we are not able to give desired care to the patient because of unwanted clerical jobs and more of responsibilities which is undesired . We are not signing authority then also we are forced to carry out so many task like filling of death forms which is again is medico legal document,to be filled by MO like this so many other task we are made to do. Pl do something for this mam.

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  18. Anonymous4/28/2011

    Respected sir,
    MNS officers are facing humiliation because of being auxiliary service, but I think even the AMC was also formed as auxiliary service during world war. They have been taken care of why not MNS officer? Recently in Delhi It was brought to our notice that MNS officers are not granted membership in officers institute or clubs why? Without the corps or cadre of MNS branch can Indian army go alone . Indian army should not only win a war, it should also try to win the heart of the people of this country. Otherwise they will be increasing their perks only not the morale or security of this country.

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  19. Anonymous12/16/2011

    I have served 6 years for MNS 2 year back I got married & deliver a baby girl I am trying hard to resign 1st time I was posted to Srinagar then again I was posted to merrut my husband wants to give me Divorce as I hardly live along with him. Neither of any senior officer suggest the right way they are their only for harrasment even they do not allow for leave when my baby was admitted to hospital. How we can save other when we are not their with our family. Please siggest the right way

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  20. Anonymous9/30/2012

    pl update the site.. It is very informative. People read this blog and than decide the fate of nurses in the army. Pl also flash some light on the reforms are expected in the services. When a nurse from army can expect change in her long and short duties. Pl also inform that why a army nurse is not entitled for national and gazetted holidays.Why only days offs can be availed on short day duty. Pl inform us.

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  21. Anonymous11/01/2012

    its good to see so many of you in MNS fraternity reading and admiring what others are doing for you but its sad that most of you infact maximum of you are just silent admirers and no one wants to contribute or fight when it comes to it. Biggest flaw in your organisation is the unwillingness of senior officers to educate and make juniors aware of the applicable rulings, policies and decisions. No one can deny this fact that at numerous occasions policy letters are not circulated only amongst all at the PM or DPM level especially that deals with relaxing the life and work culture of MNS officers. So many PMR applications are just a result of under utilization of senior lot available and screwing the happiness of juniors on pretext of service being put in by seniors or on pretext of training juniors.
    ONLY CRYING BABY GETS THE MILK. SO PLZ WAKE UP AND FIGHT FOR WHAT IS YOUR RIGHTFULLY YOUR'S AND NOT WORRYING ABOUT PIDDLY GAINS OR FAVORS YOU EARN BY KEEPING MUM ON ATROCITIES OF BIASED SUPERIORS.

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  22. Anonymous11/01/2012

    can any one provide me with a copy of Indian officer s ordinance 1943 and amendments thereto. I would like to go through it.

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  23. Anonymous9/29/2013

    dear sir
    Govt has proposed for 7th pay commission. Are nurses from army will get their dues or not. They are always faces gender baised salary in compromised ways. Our dues are not appropriate to the work what we carry out. Pl look into this aspect.

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  24. Anonymous10/10/2013

    Dear sir

    Why this site is never updated. I think administrators are escaping away from giving the correct information to their officers. Communication will ease out the differences among their officers and may come out with good suggestion for their services.

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