Thursday, January 23, 2014

Dopt Orders on vigilance clearance for promotion

Comprehensive review of instructions pertaining to vigilance clearance for promotion - clarifications - regarding

No.22034/4/2012-Estt (D-II)
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions
(Department of Personnel and Training)

North Block, New Delhi
Dated the 23rd January, 2014
OFFICE MEMORANDUM
 
Subject : Comprehensive review of instructions pertaining to vigilance clearance for promotion - clarifications - regarding

The undersigned is directed to refer to the Department of Personnel & Training O.M. of even number dated 2.11.2012 on 'Comprehensive review of instructions pertaining to vigilance clearance for promotion', wherein, inter alia, it has been laid down in Para 9, as under:

"For the purpose of vigilance clearance for Review DPC, instructions exist in O.M. No.22011/2/99-Estt(A) dated 21.11.2002 that review DPC will take into consideration the circumstances obtaining at the time of original DPC and any subsequent situation arising thereafter will not stand in the way of vigilance clearance for review DPC. However, before the officer is actually promoted it needs to be ensured that he/she is clear from vigilance angle and the provision of para 7 of O.M. No.22011/4/91- Estt.(A) dated 14.09.1992 are not attracted".

2. This Department has been receiving references seeking clarification on grant of promotion in case of review DPC with regard to the official who is clear from vigilance angle on the date of promotion of the junior in the original DPC but subsequently attracts the provisions contained in para 2 of DoPT OM dated 14.09.92.

3. The matter has been examined in consultation with the Department of Legal Affairs and it is further clarified that, in the case of a review DPC, where a junior has been promoted on the recommendations of the original DPC, the official would be considered for promotion if he/she is clear from vigilance angle on the date of promotion of the junior, even if the provisions of para 2 of DoPT OM dated 14.9.92 get attracted on the date the actual promotion is considered, as provided in DoPT O.M. No.22011/2/99-Estt (A) dated 21.11.2002.

4. In cases, where the junior is not promoted, it is to be ensured that the provisions of para 7 of OM dated 14.9.1992 are not attracted on the date the official is being actually promoted.

sd/-
(Arunoday Goswami)
Under Secretary to the Govt. of India

Source: www.persmin.gov.in
[http://ccis.nic.in/WriteReadData/CircularPortal/D2/D02est/22034_4_2012-Estt.D-II-23012014.pdf]

Group-wise estimated number of regular Central Government Civilian Employees in Central Government

Group-wise estimated number of regular Central Government Civilian Employees in Central Government

While answering to a question in Parliament Minister of Dopt Shri V.Narayanasamy said that the group-wise estimated number of regular Central Government Civilian Employees in Central Government & Union Territory Administrations as on 01.03.2001 and as on 01.03.2012 is as follows:-
 
 As on 1.3.2001 As on 1.3.2012
Group A73174 (2.10)90905 (2.89)
Group B151727 (4.35)202262 (6.42)
Group C2227233 (63.87)2856615 (90.69) #
Group D1034826 (29.68) 
 
#Erstwhile Group D posts have been categorized as Group C after implementation of 6th CPC.
Figures in parenthesis indicate percentage to the total.
 
It will be seen that the number of Group C and erstwhile Group D employees has marginally gone down in percentage terms. Posts are created as per functional requirements and requirement of posts is assessed periodically by cadre reviews and work measurement studies.
 
As per Central Civil Services (Conduct) Rules, 1964, no Government servant shall in his official dealings adopt dilatory tactics or willfully delay in disposal of the work assigned to him and that a Government servant who habitually fails to perform the task assigned to him within the time set for the purpose and with the quality of performance expected of him shall be deemed to be lacking in devotion to duty and liable to disciplinary action as per rules.

Source: 90paisa
[http://90paisa.blogspot.in/2014/01/group-wise-estimated-number-of-regular.html]

PFRDA Order: Remittance of NPS funds solely through electronic mode (NEFT/RTGS) from 01st April 2014

Remittance of NPS funds solely through electronic mode (NEFT/RTGS) from 01st April 2014.

PENSION FUND REGULATORY AND DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY
PFRDA/2014/01/CSG/1
Date: 09th January 2014
To,
All Central Government Ministries & State Governments

Dear Sir/Madam,

Remittance of NPS funds solely through electronic mode (NEFT/RTGS) from 01st April 2014

1. The Circulars no. PFRDA/2013/10/CRTB/1 dated 30th April 2013 and PFRDA/2013/12/CRTB/2 dated 31″ May 2013 may be referred.
2. It has been observed that the following problems are presently being faced on account of remittance of NPS contribution funds through physical instruments:
a.) Higher percentage of rejection of contributions/ funds return
b.) Delays due to cheque clearing activity
c.) incidences of cheque rejection due to financial/ technical reasons.
3. All the aforementioned issues affect the timely investments of the subscribers thus adversely impacting their pension corpus accumulation. To obviate the aforesaid concerns, and in compliance of CVC instructions issued vide Office Order No. 20/4/04 File No. 98/ORD/1 dated 06-04-2004 PFRDA has decided to discontinue the remittance of NPS contribution funds through physical instruments and to accept remittance solely through electronic mode from 01st April 2014.

4. Accordingly from 01st April 2014 onwards, all the nodal offices remitting NPS contributions have to mandatorily remit NPS Contributions through electronic mode i.e. NEFT/ RTGS only.

5. The overall procedure for remittance of funds to Axis Bank (Trustee Bank), matching & booking of SubscriberContribution Files (SCFs) and the receipt of funds from it shall remain unchanged.

6. This circular may be sent to all the nodal offices under your jurisdiction for necessary action/ compliance.

7. The contact details of NPS Cell at Axis Bank is as follows:

First Level of Contact:
S No.Contact PersonDesignationPhone No.
1Mr Abhishek GautamSenior Manager022-24253678
2Mr Dakshesh BarbhayaSenior Manager022 24253639
3Mr Yash MayekarSenior Manager022 24253628

Second Level of Contact:
S No.Contact PersonDesignationPhone No.
1Mr Debraj SahaAssistant Vice President011 43506532
2Mr Piyush K SinghDeputy Vice President022 24253680

The Circular has also been placed on PFRDA website at http://www.pfrda.org.in

Yours faithfully,
sd/-
(Ashish Kumar)
General Manager
Source: https://www.npscra.nsdl.co.in/download/Remittance-Update.pdf

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