Medical Attendance and Treatment Regulations


            In pursuance of the provisions of section 28 of Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University Act, 1998 (9 of 1998) the Board of Management of the Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University hereby makes the following regulations relating to medical attendance and treatment as applicable to the teaching and non-teaching employees of the University.


1. Short Title


            These regulations may be called the Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University Medical Attendance and Treatment Regulations, 2000.


2. Application


            The scheme shall apply to (i) the regular employees of the University including those on probation, (ii) the employees who are in continuous contract, or on ad-hoc service for a period of more than one year, (iii) those on deputation from a Govt. department or an autonomous body or other public sector undertaking provided they opt to be governed by this scheme instead of by the rules in force in their own parent organisations, (iv) the retired employees of the University, and (v) the re-employed persons provided they are not eligible for medical benefits from their previous employer(s). This scheme shall, however, not apply to casual workers and consultants.


3. Definitions


            In these regulations :-


(i)            “Authorised Medical Attendant (AMA)” means a qualified registered medical practitioner possessing recognised medical qualifications not below MBBS in the allopathic system or its equivalent in Homoeopathy or the Indian system of medicine including a specialist and appointed by the University as such.


(ii)            “University” means the Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University established under the Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University Act, 1998 (9 of 1998).


(iii)            “University employee” means an employee of the University to whom this scheme will apply.





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(iv)            “competent authority” means the Vice-Chancellor or any subordinate authority to which the Vice-Chancellor may delegate a power, subject to any condition that may be specified in the delegation.


(v)        All other definitions, conditions, clauses, procedure and treatments which are not covered under this scheme shall be governed as per the provisions contained in the Medical Attendance Rules of the Govt. of India.


4. Outdoor Treatment (Treatment as out patients)


            Fixed medical allowance shall be admissible to all University employees as per the details given below:-


    Basic pay                                                         Amount per month


Pay less than Rs. 8,000/-                                                 Rs. 250/-


Pay Rs. 8,000/-  and above but less than Rs. 12,000/-            Rs. 400/-


Pay Rs. 12,000/- and above but less than Rs. 16,000/-            Rs. 600/-


Pay Rs. 16,000/- and above                                                   Rs. 800/-


5. Indoor Treatment


5.1. Empanelment of hospitals :-


            University empanelled recognised charitable private hospitals including nursing homes for indoor treatment of the University employees and their family members in various parts of National Capital Region shall be as per the list attached at Annexure-I.


The hospitals for in-patient treatment shall be classified into two categories as under:-


(i)         Hospitals offering specialised treatment facilities : For certain specific diseases, hospitals like Escorts Heart Institute and Apollo Indraprastha Hospital shall be restricted to the diseases requiring specialised treatment or procedures. These diseases shall be identified by the standing committee to be constituted by the Vice-Chancellor as per clause 9 of these regulations. In respect of rates, the University shall negotiate a ‘package deal’ in respect of such hospitals some of which already offer this facility and shall regulate the reimbursement accordingly.






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(ii)        Treatment in other private hospitals on the panel : A claim relating to various services or procedure etc. in respect of other hospitals on the panel for general treatment shall be regulated as per the rates charged by the St. Stephens hospital as approved by Govt. of Delhi. As regards the medicines etc., the list of admissible medicines brought out by the Govt. of India from time to time shall be followed for reimbursement. The bed charges, room charges, diet or nursing charges, wherever applicable, shall also be regulated as per the entitlement of various categories of staff as per the provisions of the Directorate General of Health Services, Govt. of India.


6. Reimbursement of medical expenses in case of indoor treatment at private hospitals or nursing homes not on the panel of the University


            Reimbursement for treatment received by way of indoor treatment in private hospitals or nursing homes not on the panel of the University shall not be permissible except in case of genuine emergency—where the reimbursement is allowed as per St. Stephens Hospital rates as approved by Govt. of Delhi, with the approval of the Vice‑Chancellor.


7. Facility of joint declaration where both the spouses are in the employment of Govt./Govt. undertakings


            Where both the spouse are in the employment of central government or state government or corporation or autonomous bodies or any other organisation which provide medical facilities/allow medical reimbursement of medical expenses, they shall submit declaration for claiming such benefits from the office of either spouse at the initial stage. However, this declaration can be changed with the prior approval of the competent authority.


8. Credit cards

            An amount to the extent of Rs. 750/- (rupees seven hundred & fifty only) per annum will be reimbursable as registration or renewal charges for credit cards for University employees as have the basic pay of Rs. 8000/- or above.


9. Standing committee

            The Vice-Chancellor shall constitute a standing committee including therein representatives of the Directorate General of Health Services, Govt. of India. The committee shall review the medical scheme periodically. The committee shall suggest improvement in the scheme including empanelment of hospitals from time to time and also other related matters including redressal of the grievances of the staff, if any, in connection with the scheme. The Vice-Chancellor on the advice of the standing committee shall also have the power to relax the provisions of this scheme in individual cases of hardship for reasons to be recorded in writing.


BOM Resolution – 7.7 dated 24.1.2000

Annexure -- I

Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University


List of Empanelled Hospitals




Name of the Hospital



Kailash Medical & Research Centre

Sector 19 Noida (UP)


Escorts Heart Institute & Research Centre

Okhla, New Delhi-110025


Escorts Hospital & Research Centres

Faridabad (Haryana)


Jaipur Golden Hospital

2, Institutional Area, Rohini, New Delhi-110085


Institute for the Physically Handicapped

Visnu Digambar Marg, New Delhi


Mata Chanan Devi Hospital

C-1, Janakpuri

New Delhi-110085


Maharaja Agrasen Hospital

Road No. 35, Rohtak Road, Punjabi Bagh

New Delhi


National Heart Institute & Research Centre

Sapna Commercial Complex

New Delhi-110065


Any other Hospital maintained by Govt. of India, Govt. of Delhi, D.M.C. and N.D.M.C. within the territorial limits of Delhi


The All India Institute of Medical Sciences

New Delhi


(a)        Hospital run by Missions.

(b)        Hospitals declared as Charitable institutions and so accepted under relevant sections

            of I.T. Act for exemption of I.T.


B.L. Kapoor Memorial Hospital

Pusa Road, New Delhi


Batra Hospital & Medical Research Centre

1, Tughlakabad, M.B. Road, New Delhi


Sir Ganga Ram Hospital

Rajendra Place, New Delhi


Jessa Ram Hospital

Pusa Road, New Delhi


Tirath Ram Shah Hospital

Rajpur Road, New Delhi


Holy Family Hospital

Okhla Road, New Delhi


Mool Chand Khairati Ram Hospital

Lajpat Nagar-III, New Delhi


Jivodaya Mission

Ashok Vihar, Delhi


Sunder Lal Jain Charitable Hospital

Ashok Vihar, Delhi


Hamdard Clinic & Hospital

Asaf Ali Road, New Delhi


Dr. Tara Chand Memorial Hospital

The City Clinic, 17-A/1, Asaf Ali Road, New Delhi


Narinder Mohan Hosital

Mohan Nagar, Ghaziabad (UP)


St. Stephens Hospitals

Tis Hazari, Delhi-110054


Rajiv Gandhi Cancer Hospital & Institute




Pushpawati Singhania Research Institute for Liver Renal Digestive Diseases

Press Enclave Marg, Sheikh Sarai-II

New Delhi-110017


Deepak Memorial Hospital

Anand Vihar, Karkardooma, Delhi


Shanti Mukand Hospital

Karkardooma, Delhi





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R.K.G. Chest & Clinical Research Centre

1393, Bazaar Gulian (Opp. North Gate of Jama Masjid) and

78, Prem Nagar, Shakti Nagar, Delhi


Khosla Hospital

Shalimar Bagh, Delhi


Sant Parmanand Hospital

18, Sham Nath Marg, Delhi-110054


Vidyasagar Institute of Mental Health & Neuro Sciences (VIMHANS)

Nehru Nagar

New Delhi-110065


Kesar Hospital

Shalimar Bagh, Delhi-110052


Sahi Hospital

Jangpura Extension, Nizamuddin,

New Delhi-110014


Sita Ram Bhartia Institute of Science & Research Centre

B-16, Mehrauli Institutional Area, South-IIT

New Delhi-110017


Indraprastha Apollo Hospital

Sarita Vihar, New Delhi


Kalyani Hospital



Pushpanjali Hospital



Amar Leela Hospital

Najafgarh Road Check Post, Janak Puri, Delhi


Delhi Maternity Hospital

Pusa Road, Delhi


Dr. Shroff’s Eye Hospital

(a)        Daryaganj, New Delhi

(b)        East of Kailash, New Delhi


Dharamshila Cancer Hospital & Research Centre

Vasundhara Enclave



Sanjeevan Hospital

Darya Ganj, New Delhi


Spring Meadows Hospital

East of Kailash, New Delhi


Mohan Eye Institute

Pusa Road, New Delhi


Chaddha Children Nursing Hospital

Guru Harkishan Nagar, Paschim

Vihar, New Delhi.