Monday, August 11, 2014

Promotion to the grade of Deputy Secretary on ad-hoc basis – Extension of period for one year beyond 03.06.2014

Promotion to the grade of Deputy Secretary on ad-hoc basis – Extension of period for one year beyond 03.06.2014.

No.4/5/2013-CS.I(D)
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions
(Department of Personnel & Training)

2nd Floor, Lok Nayak Bhawan, New Delhi 110 003,
Dated the 11th August, 2014
OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Subject : Promotion to the grade of Deputy Secretary on ad-hoc basis – Extension of period for one year beyond 03.06.2014.

The undersigned is directed to refer to this Departments O.M. of even number dated 23rd July, 2013 and subsequent orders bearing No. 4/14/2011-CS.I(D) dated4.6.2013. No. 4/3/2013-CS.I(D) dated 18.6.2013 & 7.8.2013, No.4/2/2013-CS.l(D) dated 12.8.2013 and No.3/1/2013-CS.l(D) (Pt.1) dated 30.9.2013, for extension of period of ad-hoc promotions / promotions of Under Secretaries of the CSS to the grade of Deputy Secretary on ad-hoc basis. The tenure of ad-hoc appointment of some of the officers covered under the above orders is for different periods.

2. The Competent Authority has approved the extension of the period of ad-hoc appointment of all the Deputy Secretaries upto 30.6.2015 or till the posts are filled up on regular basis or till the further orders, whichever is earlier.

3. The above stated approval for extension upto 30.06.2015 will be applicable to all such officers who are holding the post of Deputy Secretary on ad-hoc basis as per aforementioned orders and also to those officers who have retired between 03.06.2014 to the date of issue of this Office Memorandum. This approval will, however, not be applicable to those officers whose promotions were cancelled subsequently. The continuation of the ad-hoc promotion is subject to the conditions mentioned in this Department’s aforementioned orders.
sd/-
(Parminder Singh)
Under Secretary to the Government of India
Source: www.persmin.gov.in
[http://ccis.nic.in/WriteReadData/CircularPortal/D2/D02csd/extensionaug14.pdf]

#DOPT, #Dopt Orders, #PERSMIN, #ad-hoc promotion, #DOPT, #dopt latest orders, #Promotion, #ad-hoc appointment

Vision & Mission Statement of PFRDA

Vision & Mission Statement of PFRDA

Mission Statement
“To establish and promote pension system for all citizens through guided development and prudent regulation of the pension industry, with focus on institution-building, capacity development and enabling framework for innovations in products, schemes and programmes across all stakeholders and market participants, in the best interest of the subscribers and the pension system”

Vision Statement
“To be a model Regulator for promotion and development of an organized pension system to serve the old age income needs of people on a sustainable basis”

#New Pension Scheme, #New Pension System, #PFRDA, #National Pension System, #New Pension System

MACP on Promotional Hierarchy to Ministerial Staff

MACP on Promotional Hierarchy to Ministerial Staff
AN APPEAL FOR GRANTING MACP TO THE NEXT PROMOTIONAL HIRERCHY TO THE MINISTERIAL STAFF UNDER FR 9(17) IN SUBORDINATE OFFICES ALSO
The letter received from Shri Pradip Bandyopadhyay, MSME-DI, Kolkata is published hereunder wherein he has raised the issues of Administrative Staff, especially the LDC & UDC, effectively. We are aware that this is the story of the administrative staff of the entire Subordinate Offices.

The successive Pay Commission as well as the Governments has not resolved the issues of the LDC & UDC working the subordinate offices. All our friends are therefore requested to please take up the issue before the 7th CPC in its own importance. Materials/references to be used during the oral evidence are published in this web site.


TKR Pillai
General Secretary
Source: http://aiamshq.blogspot.in/

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IDENTIFICATION OF SENSITIVE POSTS IN CENTRAL GOVT ORGANIZATION

IDENTIFICATION OF SENSITIVE POSTS IN CENTRAL GOVT ORGANIZATION

While replying to a question regarding sensitive posts in Central Govt Organization in Parliament on 30.7.2014, Minister Dr.Jitendra Singh said that the Central Vigilance Commission and the Government have issued instructions for effecting rotational transfers of officials posted on sensitive posts in each organization which offer scope for corruption. As per Commission’s instructions issued vide letter Nos. 98/VGL/60 dated 15.04.1999, 02.11.2001 and 004/VGL/90 dated 01.05.2008, 04.01.2012 (for public sector banks) and 11.09.2013, it was prescribed that Ministries/Departments/Organizations and CVOs are to identify the sensitive posts and staff working in these posts and also ensure that they are strictly rotated after every two/three years to avoid developing vested interests.

Identification of sensitive posts and effecting rotational transfers are continuous processes, and the Commission has asked the CVOs of the organizations to ensure strict implementation of Commission’s guidelines.

As per the functions and powers of the Central Vigilance Commission under Section 8 (1) (c) of the Act, the Commission shall inquire or cause an inquiry or investigation to be made on a reference made by the Central Government in respect of a public servant. Further, the Commission causes inquiry/investigation on complaints received by it under Section 8 (1) (d) of the CVC Act.

Complaints received are processed as per the Complaint Handling Policy of the Commission. Complaints received in the Commission are scrutinized and wherever specific and verifiable allegations of corruption/having vigilance angle are noticed, the complaint are forwarded to CVO/CBI for conducting investigation/inquiry into the matter and submission of report. Details of complaints received during the last three years and the advice tendered by the commission are annexed.

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Interaction meeting with 7th Pay Commission with INDWF

Interaction meeting with 7th Pay Commission with INDWF

INTUC
Indian National Defence Workers Federation


Ref: INDWF/VII CPC/Proposals/2014

Date : 8.8.2014
To
Member Secretary
VII Central Pay Commission
New Delhi

Sub: Interaction meeting with 7th Central Pay Commission on INDWF memorandum – reg.

Indian National Defence Workers Federation is one of the constituents of National Council JCM representing the Central Government employees including Defence. On behalf of National Council JCM being one of the constituent organisatins have prepared a common memorandum consisting on the issues of Pay and Allowances and Terminal Benefits as well as retirement benefits etc., for which we are also party and unanimously accepted.

On the issues pertaining of Defence Civilian Employees to which this Federation is representing a separate memorandum has been prepared and submitted to the VII Central Pay Commission and was sent by e-mail as well as hard copy was handed over to the commission on 30.07.2014 at the office of VII CPC for consideration.

Defence Civilian employees consisting around 3.75 Lakhs next to the Indian Railways which is the second largest Central Government employees in India. These employees are mostly covered under the Factories Act and working in Industrial Establishments such as Ordnance Factories, DRDO, EME, AOC, MES, DGOA, DGAQA, Airforce, Navy, Army installations including Technical, Clerical, Storekeeping, Scientific, Paramedical, Teaching Staff, Security, Fire Staff and so on.

The Defence Civilian Staff are considered as fourth Arm of the Defence force in India and working side by side alongwith service personnels of the Armed Forces.

To consider the unique activities of the Defence Civilian employees we have proposed certain improvement and grant of benefit to Defence Civilian at par with service employees by the Pay Commission for a discussion alongwith the representatives fo the concerned Departmental category. The interaction meeting may also be convened for explaining the case of miscellaneous and isolate categories.

We request you to kindly consider to give dates for us in advance in a month’s time keeping in mind the holidays during the period to prepare ourselves to meet the Pay Commission. If the tentative dates are conveyed to us it will enable us to keep our other programmes accordingly so as to keep time spared for the meeting the commission.

Yours Sincerely,
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(R.SRINIVASAN)
General Secretary
Source: INDWF
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Reply of Dopt regarding CCL to Confederation

Reply of Dopt regarding CCL to Confederation
Removal the limit of 3 spells in a calender year for which CCL to female employees…
No.13018/6/2013-Estt.(L)
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pension
(Department of Personnel and Training)
New Delhi, the 31st July, 2014
To
Shri.M.Krishnan,
Secretary General,
Confederation of Central Govt Employees and Workers,
1st Floor, North Avenue PO Building,
New Delhi – 110001

Subject: Child Care Leave (CCL) for removal of limit of 3 spells in a calender year – regarding.
I am directed to refer to Confederation of Central Govt. Employees & Workers letter dated 30.06.2014 on the subject mentioned above and to say that the matter was considered in this Department. It is stated the condition of restricting the number of spells for which CCL can be allowed to a female Government servant during a year provides check & balance to ensure that demands of public service are not sacrificed or compromised with and that there is no dislocation of work, thus there is no proposal to review the said condition for its deletion.


Yours faithfully,
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(S.G.Mulchandaney)
Under Secretary to the Government of India
Source: http://confederationhq.blogspot.in/

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Onus of confirmation lies with the Central Government employees

Onus of confirmation lies with the Central Government employees

In Parliament Dopt Minister Shri Dr.Jitendra Singh said in a written reply to a question on 5.8.2014 regarding confirmation of Central Government employees after probationary period.

He said, the onus of confirmation lies with the Organisation concerned. As per the extant instructions on satisfactory completion of the period of probation or extension thereof, the Government i.e the employer/Organisation may confirm a temporary Government servant from the date of completion of the period of probation or extension thereof.

As per extant instructions, the confirmation of a Government Servant is delinked from the availability of permanent vacancy in the grade. In other words, an officer who has successfully completed the probation, as prescribed under relevant rules, may be considered for confirmation.

Under Rule 23 of Central Civil Services (Classification, Control & Appeal) Rules, 1965, an employee has the right to appeal against any Order which denies or varies to his disadvantage his pay, allowances, pension or other conditions of service as regulated by rules or by the service agreement.

As per extant instructions save for exceptional reasons, probation should not be extended for more than a year and in no circumstance an employee should be kept on probation for more than double the normal period.

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Confirmation of Central Government employees

Confirmation of Central Government employees

The following questions were raised in Rajya Sabha by Shri. Shri Arvind Kumar Singh (QUESTION NO 3145) on Confirmation of Central Government Employees

(a) whether onus of confirmation lies with the Central Government employee or the employer/organisation, the details of conditions/rules of confirmation may be given;

(b) whether the post held could be treated as vacant even if the Central Government employee has rendered more than 25 years of continuous service and got promotions on the ground that he is not confirmed in service;

(c) if not, the options open for the employee to seek redressal for his grievances; and

(d) the minimum/maximum period during which an employee has to be confirmed to a post in Central Government organisation?


The following Answer was given by ‘Minister of State in the Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions and Minister of State in the Prime Minister’s Office Shri.DR. JITENDRA SINGH to the above questions in Rajya Sbha
(a): The onus of confirmation lies with the Organisation concerned. As per the extant instructions on satisfactory completion of the period of probation or extension thereof, the Government i.e the employer/Organisation may confirm a temporary Government servant from the date of completion of the period of probation or extension thereof.

(b): As per extant instructions, the confirmation of a Government Servant is delinked from the availability of permanent vacancy in the grade. In other words, an officer who has successfully completed the probation, as prescribed under relevant rules, may be considered for confirmation.

(c): Under Rule 23 of Central Civil Services (Classification, Control & Appeal) Rules, 1965, an employee has the right to appeal against any Order which denies or varies to his disadvantage his pay, allowances, pension or other conditions of service as regulated by rules or by the service agreement.

(d): As per extant instructions save for exceptional reasons, probation should not be extended for more than a year and in no circumstance an employee should be kept on probation for more than double the normal period.
#DOP&T ORDERS, #Confirmation of Central Government employees, #central government employees, #DOPT

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