Tuesday, November 03, 2009

Incentive for acquiring higher qualification - DOPT Order

No. 1/3/2008-Estt (Pay-I)

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA

Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances & Pensions

Department of Personnel & Training

New Delhi, the 30th October, 2009

OFFICE MEMORANDUM



Subject:- Grant of incentive for acquiring higher qualification - Inclusion of additional qualifications/Review of the qualifications listed in the Annexure to this Department's OM No. 1/2/89-Estt(Pay-I) dated 9.4.99.



The undersigned is dlrected to refer to this Department's OM of even number dated 28.4.2009 and a reminder of even number dated 17.6.2009 and 20/8/2009, regarding grant of incentive for acquiring fresh higher qualifications.

It is proposed to undertake a review of the qualifications listed in this Department's Office Memorandum dated 9.4.99. All the Ministries/Departments are requested to furnish their considered views/suggestions regarding aidition/deletion of qualifications listed in the Annexure to OM dated 9.4.99to this Department within 30 days from the date of issuance of this OM.

11 comments:

Wg Cdr NK Mehta said...

As of now any qualification acquired by an individual without having availed study leave, is not eligible for grant of qualification grant. This clause should go.
Any qualification gained by an officer even privately through correspondence course or evening classes should also be eligible for qualification grant

NK Mehta

Anonymous said...

I fully agree .The end result of even correspondance exams are acquiring additional qualification only.

Anonymous said...

I also agree with what Mr. Mehta said.

Anonymous said...

I think it is not necesary to have study leaves for acquiring higer qualification. However, you must have prior permission from your department. I am sure about this rule because I acquired Ph.D. as external student without taking study leave and still got the grant.

Anonymous said...

I fully agree with Mr Mehta. Actually if anyone in Govt service acquires higher qualification during service at his own efforts without any Govt. financial & if his qualification is professional, he should definitly be given some financial benifits either by giving promotion or advance increments.

Anonymous said...

Degree/post graduate degree in all subject, irrespective the fact whether it is professional/technical/educational qualification, should be incorporated in this scheme.

Anonymous said...

Degree/post graduate degree in all subject, irrespective the fact whether it is professional/technical/educational qualification, should be incorporated in this scheme.

Shiv said...

The govt. should grant study leave to non-gazetted officers who wish to study courses like LLB (LAW). At present only gazetted officers are granted study leave. The process of granting leave should be easy and simple.

Pawan Kumar, C/o. NRC Yak said...

Anyone is in Govt service has acquired higher qualification during his service at his lesure time & own efforts without any Govt. financial support & if his qualification is professional, he should definitly be given benifits either by giving promotion or advance increments.

Anonymous said...

In government service, those who are applied through proper channel for the permission of pursing that phd and a master degree simultaneously is possible to get the NOC from government service. Or Only doing one programme at a time, Pls clarify

Sridhar Raghavendran said...

Some of the staff of IT centre have got PGDCA from recognized universities have not been given incentives either in the form of cash or increments, because they obtained their degrees between 1992 and 2000. There was absent of proper circular covering these employees. Those who obtained degree / PGDCA before 1990 were given increments and those who obtained after 2000 were given cash incentives. But those who obtained their degrees between 1991 and 2000 were left out. Kindly clarify

Sridhar

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