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Wednesday, July 22, 2009

Maha health directorate officials go on strike

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Around 8000 doctors and senior officials of the Maharashtra Health services went on an indefinite agitation from today demanding implementation of 6th Pay Commission at par with Centre.

The doctors are also demanding non-practising allowances, filling up of as many as 2028 vacancies for health officers at various levels and promotion of the Dynamic Assured Progress Carrier Scheme (DAPCS).

The 'non-cooperation' strike will affect services in 2300 institutions including 1817 primary health care centres, 443 rural and cottage hospitals in Maharashtra. If the strike extends beyond July 22, it would also hamper the swine flu surveillance programme.

Doctors including senior health officers, deputy directors of the Health directorate all over the state are on mass leave and have stopped all non-emergency services including admission of patients, General Secretary of Federation of Health officers, Maharashtra Dr Ashok Kamble told reporters here.

"Although we have decided to keep the emergency services and post-mortem department on for today and tomorrow, we will meet tomorrow to decide on further course of action," he said.

It is not that the doctors are on non-cooperation movement from today but had been expressing their demands since the last three months regularly, Kamble said.
Source: Zee News

Rotation Transfer Policy of CSSS officers

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No.13/1/2009-CS.II

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA

Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances & Pensions

(Department of Pension & Pensioners'Welfare)

Lok Nayak Bhawan,New Delhi-110003
dated the 21th July, 2009

OFFICE MEMORANDUM


Sub: Rotational Transfer Policy (RTP) applicable to officers of the Central Secretariat Stenographers Service – Modifications thereof



In supersession of the existing Rotation Transfer Policy of CSSS officers laid down in OM No. 13/2/2001-CS.II dated 10.12.2002 & 08.08.2003 and OM No. 13/2/2006-CS.II dated 23.5.2006, the following shall be the revised rotational transfer policy.

     (1) The combined tenure of CSSS officers in a particular Ministry/Department shall be 5 years in the case of Principal Staff Officers, Sr. Principal Private Secretary and Pricipal Private Secretary.

     (2) The combined tenure of CSSS officers in a particular Ministry/Department shall be 7 years in the case of Private Secretary, Personnel Assistant and Stenograpgher Grade”D”.

     (3) On Promotion, an officer of the CSSS at any level shall be posted out of the Ministry/Department where he is currently posted.

     (4) If the CSSS officers has one year of service to retire, he will not come under the Rotational Transfer Policy, and on Promotion, if any he / she will be adjusted within the same Ministry/Department, provided there is a vacancy available in that grade.

     (5) The tenure of officials of CSSS in the personal staff of the Union Council of Minister shall be five years or till a Minister continues to hold the office, whichever is earlier.

(2) It is requested that the above decision may be given wide publicity and brought to the notice of all concerned.



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