Friday, July 19, 2013

Validity of Recruitment Rules: DoPT's clarification pronounced by CBEC in view of Cadre Restructuring

Validity of Recruitment Rules: DoPT's clarification pronounced by CBEC in view of Cadre Restructuring

In the process of Cadre Restructuring of CBEC the CBEC has issued an order to clear the doubts on filling up the existing vacancy.  Meanwhile as per an news Article published by LiveMint:- "The finance minister also said that the government is taking steps to address manpower issues with a proposal for cadre restructuring of the Central Board of Excise and Customs (CBEC) to be taken up in the Cabinet soon. The government has to fill almost 700 vacancies above the assistant commissioner level in CBEC."

The text of letter regarding interpretation on DoPT rulings is reproduced below:-


F.No.A-12018/5/2013-Ad.11-B
Government of India
Ministry of Finance
Department of Revenue
Central Board of Excise &Customs

New Delhi, the 18th July, 2013

 To
The Chief Commissioners (Customs and Central Excise)

Sub: Validity of Recruitment Rules.

Sir,
I am directed to say that during the Annual Conference of Chief Commissioners, [Customs and Central Excise] held. on 17th July, 2013, some of the Chief Commissioners have raised a doubt whether they can make recruitment pending amendment to Recruitment Rules.

2. Department of Personnel and Training vide OM No. AB.14017/79/2006-Estt. (RR) dated 06th September, 2007 has clarified that Recruitment Rules are statutory and they will not cease to operate unless they are repealed or replaced. Hence, there is no bar for making recruitment on the basis of existing Recruitment Rules.


Yours faithfully,
sd/-
(A.K. Qasim)
Deputy Secretary to the Govt. of India

Source: http://www.cbec.gov.in
[http://www.cbec.gov.in/deptt_offcr/circ-deptl/recruitment_amendment.pdf]

Guidelines on awareness Generation and Capacity Building Components - RTI

Guidelines on awareness Generation and Capacity Building Components - RTI
Guidelines on Awareness Generation and Capacity building components of the Centrally Sponsored Scheme on “Improving Transparency and Accountability in government through effective implementation of Right to Information Act” for the year 201 3-2014 to 2015-2016

F. No 1/6/2012 -IR
Ministry of Personnel, PG and Pensions
Department of Personnel and Training,

North Block, New Delhi-110001
Dated 18th July, 2013

Office Memorandum

Subject: Guidelines on Awareness Generation and Capacity building components of the Centrally Sponsored Scheme on “Improving Transparency and Accountability in government through effective implementation of Right to Information Act” for the year 201 3-2014 to 2015-2016

1.0 Introduction

The Right to Information Act was enacted in 2005 to further the objectives of making the governance more transparent and accountable. In the last 7 years, an elaborate institutional mechanism, including setting up of information Commissions, designation of large number of officers as CPlOs/ SPIOs and Appellate Authorities and laying down of detailed guidelines and instructions for dealing with RTI requests, has been set up, in line with the mandate of the Act, to ensure that the right of information is exercised freely and with ease.

To further strengthen the RTL regime, a centrally sponsored scheme was launched in 2008 with the primary objective of creating awareness and for training of officers, both in central and state governments. This scheme was sanctioned for 2 years. A new scheme titled ‘Improving transparency and accountability in government through effective implementation of Right to Information Act” was approved for the remaining two years of the 11th Plan period (2010-11 and 2011-12). Guidelines for sanction and release of funds to SICs and ATIs for two components of the scheme namely awareness generation and capacity building’ were issued vide O.M. No.11612010-IR dated 16.8.2010. Almost all the ATIs availed of the grants given by this Department for the various activities under the components of awareness generation and capacity building.

Keeping in view the feedback received from the ATIs and the evaluation of the scheme conducted by IIPA, the guidelines on the various components of the plan scheme for which financial support would be provided by DOPT to the ATIs and SlCs are revised as follows:-

For More details : Effective implementation of RTI

Award of Certificate of Excellence to the meritorious employees of DOPT...

Award of Certificate of Excellence to the meritorious employees of DOPT...

Dopt Minister presented 'Certificate of Excellence' to thirty three meritorious employees of DOPT for their service during the year 2012-2013 in New Delhi...


Press Information Bureau
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances & Pensions

19-July-2013 15:52 IST

Award of Certificate of Excellence to the meritorious employees of Department of Personnel & Training.

Shri V.Narayanasamy, Minister of State for Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions presented “Certificate of Excellence” to thirty three employees of the Department of Personnel and Training for their services during the year 2012-13 in New Delhi. Speaking on this occasion, he said that since the Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances & Pensions is also entrusted with the responsibility of implementing the recommendations of the Second Administrative Reforms Commission, this initiative of recognizing the work of meritorious employees is a right step towards reforms in human resource management.  The Minister also emphasized the need for capacity building of the employees working in DoP&T and suggested organization of training programmes on priority in accordance with the work requirement.

Recognition of meritorious performance of Government employees is a critical management tool to encourage such employees and also to motivate all the employees to emulate their example.

Department of Personnel & Training has, for the first time, introduced a new non–monetary incentive scheme from this year in the form of award of ‘Certificate of Excellence’ to recognize the contribution of its meritorious employees of the level of Multi Tasking Staff to Under Secretary.  This certificate recognizes the dedication to work, excellence in performance and outcome achieved during the year 2012–2013.

Heads of various Divisions of the Department of Personnel & Training were requested to suggest the names for this award.  A Committee of Joint Secretaries examined work performance and outcome achieved during the year and recommended the names of thirty three employees out of six hundred and sixteen employees of the Department for award of the Certificate of Excellence for the year 2012–2013.

Source: http://90paisa.blogspot.in/

MACP Scheme: Government has to implement the apex court Judgement, ADASA - Doordarshan members met with JCM member

MACP Scheme: Government has to implement the apex court Judgement, ADASA - Doordarshan members met with JCM member

ADASA – Doordarshan Members met with JCM member Shri M. Raghavaiah at Hyderabad
A MEET WITH RAGHAVAIAH, JCM MEMBER

ADASA, Doordarshan Members meet JCM member Shri M. Raghavaiah at Hyderabad yesterday evening to know the latest developments concerning Central Government Employees.  Shri Raghavaiah explained that so far only three meetings have taken place with anomaly committee to resolve the anomalies cropped up after the implementation of VI CPC recommendations.

While explaining the developments, he stressed the need to rectify certain provisions in MACP scheme as any new scheme should be more beneficial than the existing one.  Where as the MACP scheme is detrimental to the interest of employees, particularly at lower level.  In this context he said that he has submitted certain proposals for modifying the conditions in MACP Scheme and awaiting the reply.  The ADASA members have drawn his attention to the latest Punjab & Haryana High Court judgement, CAT Principle Bench judgement, Apex courts rejection to allow the SLP on MACP, he explained that they are fighting since 2010 for modifying the provisions which are having adverse affect.

He felt because of the observations of Judiciary at highest level, now the government has no other option except to modify the provisions gracefully, which will benefit all the employees in general particularly at lower level. He has asked the members to feel free and interact on the issues concerning central government employees and volunteered to support for the true cause.  The meeting ended by expressing sincere thanks by all our members for sparing his valuable time despite busy schedule.


Source: www.airtvadmin.blogspot.in
[http://airtvadmin.blogspot.in/2013/07/a-meet-with-raghavaiah-jcm-member.html]

Guidelines and ceiling limit for Liver Transplant Surgery in respect of beneficiaries of Railway Medical Attendance Rules / RELHS.

Guidelines and ceiling limit for Liver Transplant Surgery in respect of beneficiaries of Railway Medical Attendance Rules / RELHS.

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MINISTRY OF RAILWAYS
(RAILWAY BOARD)

No. 2010/H/6-1/POLICY (Liver Transplant)
New Delhi, dated :- 28.06.2013
General Managers
All Indian Railways
(Including PUs).

Sub :- Guidelines and ceiling limit for Liver Transplant Surgery in respect of beneficiaries of Railway Medical Attendance Rules / RELHS.

The issue of laying down uniform guidelines to be adopted for Liver Transplant Surgery of Railway Health beneficiaries has been engaging attention of Ministry of Railways for sometime. After careful consideration of the matter, it has been decided to stipulate the under mentioned guidelines for adoption in all cases of Liver
Transplantation :-


1. Selection Criteria
A. Indications
(i). Adult Liver diseases

Acute liver failureNon-Paracetamol (Viral, drug, induced, Wilson’s, Autoimmune hepatitis etc.)Prothrombin time >100 sec or 3 of 5:
Interval jaundice-encephalopathy > 7 days
Age < 10 or > 40 Years
Prothrombin time > 50 sec. / INR > 3.5 Bilirubin > 30 umol/1
Cause non-viral or unknown.
Paracetamol inducedArterial Ph <7.30 or all 3 criteria Encephalopathy grade III or IV
Prothrombin time >100 sec./INR > 6.5 Creatinine >300 umol/I
Chronic Liver diseaseCirrhosis (Non- Cholestatic)Child-Pugh score >or equal 10 or
Meld Score > 14
 Cholestatic with or without CirrhosisAccording to American criteria based on MELD scoring
 Miscellaneouscase to case basis
Liver TumorsHepatocellular
Carcinoma
Single Tumor <6.5 cm or Two Tumors < or equal 4.5 cm
No Vascular invasion
No distant Metastasis
 Other typesCase to case basis

2. Pediatric Liver diseases: - EHBA and Metabolic Liver Disease to be decided on case to case basis. 

B. CONTRAINDICATIONS

AbsoluteSystemic extra hepatic infections
Extra hepatic malignancy (if not definitely cured)
Irreversible brain damage
Irreversible multi-organ failure
Substance abusc ( if not abstinent for > 6 months)
RelativeHIV seropositivity
Age > 65 years
Mental incapacity
Extra hepatic disease limiting the chance of survival
Residency outside India (unless emergency)

2. Type of Transplant: permitted for reimbursement.

(a) Cadaveric donor
(b) Live donor
      i.Related
      ii. Unrelated

3. Centres Approved for Liver Transplantation Surgery
Liver Transplant Surgery shall be allowed only in Government Hospitals/ Pvt. Hospitals, which are registered under the Transplantation of Human Organs Act, 1994, as amended from time to time.

4. Documents required to be submitted for consideration of permission for liver transplant surgery
(i) Recommendation by Govt. / RIy. Gastroenterolgist/GI Surgeon.
(ii) CT/ MRI Liver report.
(iii) Etiology evaluation report.
(iv) Histopathological report, wherever available.
(v) Current Child Pugh/MELD score report.
(vi) Other relevant document.


5. Package Charges for Liver Transplantation Surgery
a) Package rate for Liver Transplantation Surgery involving live Liver donor shall be - Rs. 14,00,000/- (Rupees Fourteen Lakhs only). This would include Rs.2,50,000/- (Rupees Two Lakhs Fifty Thousand only) for pre-transplant evaluation of the donor and the recipient and Rs. 11,50,000/- (Rupees Eleven Lakhs Fifty Thousand only) for transplant surgery.

b) Package rate for Liver Transplant Surgery involving deceased donor shall be Rs.11,00,000/- (Rupees Eleven Lakhs only).

The above package includes the cost of consumables during the organ retrieval and the cost of preservative solution etc. The package charges also include the following:

(i) 30 days stay of the recipient and 15 days for the donor starting one day prior to the transplant surgery.

(ii) Charges for Medical and Surgical Consumables, surgical and procedure charges, Operation theatre charges, Anaesthesia Charges, Pharmacy charges etc.

(iii) Investigations and in-house doctor consultation for both donor and recipient during the above period of stay.

(iv) All post operative investigations and procedures during the above mentioned period.


C) The package shall exclude the following :-
Charges for drugs like Basiliximab/Daclizumab, HBIG, and peg interferon.Cross Matching charges for Blood and Blood products.

d) (i) The extra stay if any may be sanctioned/reimbursed after justification by the trcating specialists for the reason of additional stay and only as per Railway RMA/RELHS guidelines.

(ii) The drugs mentioned above would be reimbursed as per CGHS rates or actual whichever is lower.

6. Reimbursement Criteria:
As Liver Transplant Surgery is a planned surgery and, therefore, prior permission has to be obtained before the surgery is undertaken. However, if for some reason it is done in emergency to save the life of the patient, the medical board shall consider the case referred to it for recommending grant of ex-post-facto permission on a case to case basis.

7. Procedure for Sanction:
CMD of the zone shall nominate Medical Board comprising of a CMS/MD as the Chairman and two specialists each from Gastroenterology and GI Surgery as members which will recommend for Liver Transplantation. The proposal for financial sanction would be considered in consultation with finance of the zone and approval of General Manager before forwarding the same to Railway Board for sanction.

8. Other terms & conditions
For payment of advance as per instructions laid down by this office from time to time will remain unchanged.

9. This issues with the concurrence of the Finance Dte. of Ministry of Railways.

10. These guidelines shall come into effect from the date of issue of this letter.


sd/-
(Dr.S.K. Sabharwal)
Executive Director, Health (G)
Railway Board


Source : www.nfirindia.org

Postal Orders : Deduction of TDS at the time payment of quarterly interest from SCSS accounts, withdrawal from NSS-87 accounts, Payment of Commission to Agents and issue of TDS Certificate in Form I6A

Postal Orders : Deduction of TDS at the time payment of quarterly interest from SCSS accounts, withdrawal from NSS-87 accounts, Payment of Commission to Agents and issue of TDS Certificate in Form I6A

SB ORDER NO. 10/2013

F. No.107-02/2007-SB
Government of India
Ministry of Communications & IT
Department of Posts


Dak Bhawan, Sansad Marg,
New Delhi-110001
Date : 09.07.2013

To
All Heads of Circles
Addl. Director General, APS, New Delhi.


Subject : Deduction of TDS at the time payment of quarterly interest from SCSS accounts, withdrawal from NSS-87 accounts, Payment of Commission to Agents and issue of TDS Certificate in Form I6A.

Sir / Madam,
The undersigned is directed to refer to this office letter of even number dated 21.9.2010 (SB Order No.20/2010) vide which a detailed procedure on provisions of deduction of TDS under different sections of IT Act pertaining to Small Savings Schemes and issue of TDS Certificate in Form 16A was circulated.

2.This office is receiving number of complaints from many depositors and agents regarding mismatch of details of TDS shown in TDS Certificates issued by Post Offices and amount of TDS shown in the Income Tax Web Site in 26AS against their PAN resulting in non refund of TDS where due.

3. It is obligatory under the law for the Post Offices to follow latest amendments and notifications issued by Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT) which are uploaded on the Income Tax Department web site www.incometaxindia.gov.in . As per Income Tax Act and Rules, TDS certificate for other than salary is to be issued to depositors/agents in Form 16A on quarterly basis within 15 days of filing TDS return by DDSs in Post Offices, failing which a penalty of Rs.100/- per day can be imposed on the DDO. Procedure for filing eTDS return and generation of Form l6A from TDS Reconciliation Analysis and Correction Enabling System” or https://www.tdscpc.gov.in (which is called TRACES Portal) previously called TIN website, is enclosed for ready reference.

4. All Circles/ Regions should nominate one nodal officer not below the rank of AD to go through this website regularly and update the Divisions and other independent units about any change in the Income Tax provisions, who in turn, should update the Post Offices under their jurisdiction and ensure that Form 16A is generated by IIPOs within the prescribed period i.e within 15 days of filing of eTDS quarterly return (circulated vide SB Order No.20/2010) and also monitor/ensure the quarterly return is tiled after close of each quarter 30th June/30th September 3lst December/31st March. Form 16A, relating to transactions of SOs should be sent to respective SOs for delivery to the depositors/agents. A notice in this regard may be displaced in the Post Offices for information of depositors/agents. If any depositor/agent fails to collect Form I6A within 15 days of generation of Form l6A or placing notice on the notice board, it may he sent to his/her latest address by ordinary post All other provisions regarding rates of TDS applicable under different sections of IT Act circulated vide SB Order No.20/2010 stands unchanged.

5. This issues with the approval of Member (Tech.)


Yours faithfully,
sd/-
(V.K.Mohan)
ADG (FS-II)


Procedure for filing eTDS return and issue of TDS Certificates in Form 16A


1. As per Circular No. 01/2012 dated 9.4.2012 issued by CBDT, Section 203 of the Income-tax Act 1961 (“the Act”) read with the Rule 31 of the Income-tax Rules 1962 (“the Rules”) stipulates furnishing of certificate of tax deduction at source (TDS) by the deductor to the deductee specifying therein the prescribed particulars such as amount of TDS, valid permanent account number (PAN) of the deductee, tax deduction and collection account number (TAN) of the deductor, etc. The relevant form for such TDS certificate is Form No.16 for Salary and 16A for non-salary deductions. TDS certificate in Form No.16 is to be issued annually whereas TDS certificate in Form No.16A is to he issued quarterly.

2 In case of TDS collected from SCSS/NSS-87 depositors and SAS/MPKBY/PPF/Agents, ‘TDS Certificate is required to be issued in Form No16A on quarterly basis. From 1.4.2012, it is mandatory for all deductors who have been issued TAN number to issue TDS certificate in form No.16A after generating and downloading the same from “TDS Reconciliation Analysis and Correction Enabling System” or (https://www.tdscpc.gov.in) (which is called TRACES Portal) previously called / TIN website. This is possible only if full detail of TDS collection made at IIO (including SOs in jurisdiction) is entered in eTDS monthly return in Form 24G as well as TDS quarterly return in Form 26Q is filed by DDo i.e. Postmaster of HPO. Detailed guidelines on filing of eTDS return may be seen from CBDT Circular No 08/2012 dated 5.10.2012 available on its website.

3 From the period 1.4.2012 onwards, all DDOs having allotted TIN number should file eTDS returns on monthly as well as quarterly basis in prescribed formats i.e 24G and 26Q and generate TDS certificates in Form 16A from “TDS Reconciliation Analysis and Correction Enabling System” (called TRACES Portal) or (https://www.tdscpc.gov.in) which was previously called TIN website.


Source : www.indiapost.gov.in
[http://www.indiapost.gov.in/DOP/Pdf%5CCirculars%5C107-02-2007-sbdtd09July2013.pdf]

CGDA Orders : Promotion of Assistant Accounts Officers to Accounts Officer’s grade

CGDA Orders : Promotion of Assistant Accounts Officers to Accounts Officer’s grade

Fax/Speed Post

Office of the Controller General of Defence Accounts
Ulan Batar Road, Palam, Delhi Cantt. - 110 010

No. AN/II/2151/2013-14/1
Dated: 18-07-2013

To
All PCsDA/PCA(Fys.)/CsDA

Sub: Promotion of Asstt. Accounts Officers to Accounts Officer’s grade.

102 (One Hundred Two) AAOs as per enclosed Annexure-I, have been approved for promotion to the grade of Accounts Officer carrying Pay Band-2 Rs. 9300-34800 plus Grade Pay of Rs. 5400/- with immediate effect or from the assumption of charge whichever is later.

2. Before promoting the AAOs, it may please be ensured that none of the circumstances enumerated in para 2 of the DOP&T 0M No. 22011/4/91-Estt. (A) dated 14.09.1992 have arisen before promotion. If such circumstances have arisen the promotion shall not be released and instead considered as if, the case of the officer concerned has been placed in Sealed Cover by the Departmental Promotion Committee, in terms of para 7 of the said OM.

3. TA and joining time, is permissible under rules, as applicable in the case.

4. These AAOs may be relieved immediately but not later than 01-08-2013. The relief of the officer shall also not be deferred on the ground that a representation has been submitted for change of place of posting or on the ground that reliever has not reported/ been posted. It may be brought to the notice of the officer that no representation for change of posting etc will be entertained in any case as all efforts have been made to accommodate individuals at choice stations keeping in view the grounds mentioned in their respective representations to the extent possible. Controllers may also ensure that representations are not unduly forwarded.

5. After promoting the officer. Immovable Property Return (IPR) of the officer, as on date of promotion to the Accounts Officer’s grade, duly verified, may also be forwarded within 1 5 days from the date of reporting.

6. Par-11 Office Orders regarding relief / promotion of the officer may please be notified in the under mentioned format and copy endorsed to Admin-II Section of Hqrs office.

R/No
Name of the officer
Date of Birth
Office where serving
Date of relief
Org. to which posted
Office to which posted
Date of joining

7. All the completed APARs / MTPARs (in original) in respect of the officer which became due after the CR dossier of the AAO was sent for DPC to this Hqrs, may please be forwarded to this HQ immediately after relieving  / promoting the officer.

8. Receipt of this communication may please be acknowledged.

sd/-
(Richa Misra)
Sr. Dy. CGDA (Admn.)

Source : www.cgda.nic.in
[http://cgda.nic.in/admin/promotion_aao_to_ao.pdf]

Dopt Orders 2013 : Recruitment of Stenographers Grade ‘D’ in CSSS through Stenographers Grade ‘C’ & ‘D’ Examination - 2012 conducted by Staff Selection Commission (SSC) - nomination of qualified candidates-reg.

Dopt Orders 2013 : Recruitment of Stenographers Grade ‘D’ in CSSS through Stenographers Grade ‘C’ & ‘D’ Examination - 2012 conducted by Staff Selection Commission (SSC) - nomination of qualified candidates-reg.

 No.6/1/2013-CS-II(C)
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances & Pensions
Department of Personnel & Training

3rd Floor, Lok Naynk Bhawan
Khan Market, New Delhi-110003
Date: 18th July, 2013

OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Subject : Recruitment of Stenographers Grade ‘D’ in CSSS through Stenographers Grade ‘C’ & ‘D’ Examination - 2012 conducted by Staff Selection Commission (SSC) - nomination of qualified candidates-reg.

The undersigned is directed to say that SSC had conducted the Stenographers Grade ‘C’ & ‘D’ Examination-2012 on 29-07-12 and declared the final result of the said Examination on 07-12-12 wherein 290 Steno Grade ‘D’ have been finally selected against 290 vacancies intimated. Out of 290 Steno Grade ‘D’, this Department has already nominated 265 Steno Grade ‘D’ vide this Department's O.M. of even number dated 08-05-13. In addition to this, SSC has forwarded 24 more examination dossiers (19 examination dossiers in respect of additional candidates). With the approval of competent authority, these 24 (5+19) Steno Grade ‘D’ are being nominated in the order of their merit to the different Cadre Units of CSSS, as listed in the Annexure to this O.M., for appointment as Steno Grade ‘D’ in CSSS.

2. Since these candidates have neither been medically examined nor have their character and antecedents boon verified, the Cadre Units are requested to complete the pro-appointment formalities before they are actually appointed as Steno Grade ‘D’ latest by 15th September, 2013.

3. In accordance with ‘Instructions for the candidates’ relating to this Examination, qualified candidates are required to submit their original certificates for verification to the authority who will give them the Offer of Appointment. The appointing authorities may, therefore, call for the original certificates and check the relevant particulars from them regarding date of birth, educational qualifications and claims for OBC/SC/ST/Ex T servicemen/PH and claim in respect of age relaxation. If any discrepancy is found in any particular case, the SSC may be informed accordingly and copy of the same may also be endorsed to this Department.

4. In pursuance of tho instructions contained in para 2.5 of the brochure regarding reservation in service for Scheduled Castes & Scheduled Tribes circulated with the Ministry of Home Affairs O.M, No.1/2/61-SCT (I) dated 27th April, 1962, the responsibility for verification of the claims of tue SC/ST/OBC candidates is that of the appointing authority. The candidates may, accordingly, be offered appointments provisionally subject to their furnishing the prescribed caste certilicate in the prescribed form within areasonable time, which should be verified by the appointing authority.

5. In cases where the candidates are already employed in the Government offices, the Offer of Appointment may be sent to them through their respective offices. There is no need for the Cadre Units to endorse copies of Offer of Appointment, verification of character and antecedents etc. to this Department. However, as soon as a candidate is taken on the strength of the Ministry / Departments after completion of pre-appointment formalities, a copy of his / her Office Order indicating the date of his/her joining the duty may be intimated along with his / her roll number and rank number to this Department.

6. The Offer of appointment should be sent only by Registered Post. If the postal authorities return the letter undelivered, the letter along with the envelope containing remarks by the postal authorities should be retained for record. In such cases, a copy of the Offer of Appointment should be sent to the permanent address of the candidate, if it is different from that of the initial mailing address. The dossiers of such candidates should be returned to the SSC only if the second letter is also returned undelivered under intimation to this Department.

7. At least five weeks time from the data of issue of the Offer of Appointment should be given to the candidate to respond to the Offer of Appointment. A registered reminder may be sent immediately after the expiry of five weeks time, if necessary. If the candidate does not join duty within 3 months from the date of first letter, his candidature may be cancelled. However, if the candidate further makes a request for extension of joining time and, on consideration by the Cadre Unit, it is decided to grant him/her extension beyond 3 months, he/she may be asked to join within the stipulated time and he/she may also be informed that on joining the post his / her seniority would be determined as per provision made in DoPT’s O.M. No.9/23/71-Estt.. (D) dated 06-06-78 as amended vide O.M. No. 35015/2/93-Estt.(B) dated 09-08-95.

8. The dossiers of candidates are forwarded herewith and these should be retained, on their appointment, in the Ministry/Department/Office, as part of their Service Book. It may specially be noted that the dossier shall be deemed to be authentic only if the photograph of the candidate in the dossier is EMBOSSED with the special stamp of the SSC. Before taking any further action, it may please be ensured that the photograph of the candidate in the dossier is duly embossed and, in case any discrepancy is noticed,the matter may be referred to the SSC without any delay.

9. In any candidate fails to report for duty or there is no response or the Offer is declined, after a registered reminder, the Offer of appointment should formally be cancelled and the candidate be informed accordingly. The dossiers of such candidates should be returned there after to the SSC(NR) directly under intimation to this Department after placing a copy each of the Offer of Appointment, reminder thereof and the cancellation memo, in the respective dossier. The dossier(s) should be returned under the signature of the officer to whom the same were sent in your office. He/She should also sign the list of dossier(s) which is / are returned with the letter.

10. These Steno Grade ‘D’ would be nominated for induction training in the ISTM shortly. The dates of the induction training programme would be intimated to all the Cadre Units in due course. All the Cadre Units shall relieve their Steno grade ‘D’ for the induction training programme at the ISTM as and when they are nominated.

11. All Cadre Units of CSSS are requested to ensure that in case some staff have been outsourced for stenographic assistance by showing the vacancies of Steno Grade ‘D’, the same may be reduced proportionately keeping in view the number of Steno Grade ‘D’ nominated to the respective Cadre Units. The Financial Advisers of all the Cadre Units are also requested to ensure that outsourced stenographic assistance is proportionately reduce as the nominated Steno Grade ‘D’ join in the Cadre Unit.

sd/-
(Kameshwar Mishra)
Under Secretary to the Govt. of India

Source: www.persmin.gov.in
[http://ccis.nic.in/WriteReadData/CircularPortal/D2/D02csd/MX-M452N_20130718_172303.pdf]

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