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UPSC has announced the results of Section Officers’/Stenographers’ (Gr.B/Gr.I) Limited Departmental Competitive Examination, 2005. The results are based on the examination held in December 2006. The total number of successful candidates is 375.  The results are in nine categories i.e.:

Category-I        Section Officer’ Grade of the Central Secretariat Service.

Category-II       Section Officers’ Grade (Integrated Grade II & III) of the General Cadre

                         of  the Indian Foreign Service Branch-B.

Category-III      Section Officers’ Grade of Railway Board Secretariat Service

Category-IV      Grade A & B merged of the  Central Secretariat Stenographers’


Category-V       Grade-I of the Stenographers’ Cadre of the Indian Foreign Service Branch-B

Category-VI      Grade ‘A’ and ‘B’ merged of the Armed Forces Headquarters

                          Stenographers’ Service.

Category-VII     Grade ‘B’ of the Railway Board Secretariat Stenographers’ Service.

Category-VIII    Section Officers’ grade of the Intelligence Bureau.

Category-IX      Section Officers’ Grade of the Armed Forces Headquarters Civil Service.

           There are some common candidates in the list I & IV, III & VII and VI & IX.

           The appointment of the candidates qualified on the basis of the above said examination is subject to the outcome of Writ Petition  No. 4876/2007 dated 06/11/2007 before the Hon’ble High Court of  Delhi, filed by the Central Secretariat Stenographers’ Service Association against the judgement of the Hob’le CAT,(PB), New Delhi in O.A. No. 145/2006 and O.A. No. 669/2006 delivered on 25/5/2007; and any other Petition pending before any other Hon’ble Court.

            The result is available on PIB website www.pib.nic.in as well as on UPSC website www.upsc.gov.in.  List of successful candidates is as under:

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Leaves not a personal matter of an employee, should be disclosed...

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Central Information Commission

Leaves availed during the service period are not personal and private matter of the employee and should be disclosed under the RTI Act, the CIC has held. "Leave taken by an employee from a public authority is a matter of exercise of the discretion vested in the public authority to grant such leave. There can be no bar on the disclosure of an information which is about how the public authority exercises its powers to grant leave to its employee," the CIC said in its ruling.

Information Commissioner A N Tiwari was hearing the plea of one Raj Kumar who sought information about the leave account of an employee of the New India Assurance Company Limited. The insurance company had rejected the application on the grounds that it was personal information of the employee, a third party, and could not be disclosed. "It cannot be said to be a personal or a private matter of that employee," Tiwari said directing the insurance company to disclose the information within two weeks of the receipt of the order.

Letter from All India Railwaymen Federation…

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Up gradation of paramedical categories with pre-revised scale of Rs.6500-10500 to the grade pay of Rs.4600
It has been observed at while granting up gradation to the certain categories in the Grade Pay of Rs.4600 by VI CPC.
Some categories such as Paramedical categories, for example Physiotherapist, CHI, Radiotherapist, etc. are ignored.
These categories are horizontally and vertically had been disturbed. Generally the categories which are having the common functional back ground used to be placed in the common manner but here the same has been disturbed.
It is worth to find it out; many of such categories cannot be merged in lower scale because these staffs do perform supervisory duties. It is needless to mention that the Railwaymen are inter- dependently working and this facts are also ignored by VI CPC. AIRF urges to the Railway Board to review the matters for issuing orders for the upgrading of such posts in the pay scales of Rs.6500-10500(pre-revised) to Grade Pay of Rs.4600 to all such categories where no such Grade Pay has been provided.

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