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Introduction of Automated System of Allotment in lower types of Govt. houses

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Introduction of Automated System of Allotment in lower types of Govt. houses.

With a view to introduce complete transparency, speedy allotment, higher occupancy of houses and enable the applicants to get houses of their choice, it has been decided to introduce the Automated System of Allotment in lower type as already introduced earlier in the higher types. In this system, list of all vacant houses and also the waiting list is placed on the website of this Directorate and the applicants are require to give their option for one or more houses of their choice in order of priority keeping in view their seniority as per procedure metioned herein under:-

(i) With effect from the date as mentioned in para 2 below, all applications for allotment of houses will be accepted “on line” only.

(ii) Every applicant will have to create his/her account by tilling up me required on line application form following the instructions on the screen. After completing the process, on line, the applicant will have to take a print out of his/her application and submit to the Directorate of Estates a self signed copy thereof for activation of his /her account. On receipt of the application, his/her account will be activated by sending a Registration Number (which will work as his/her ID) and a pass word through SMS and/or E-mail. For this purpose every applicant whether new or already registered has to furnish his mobile No. and Email ID.

(iii) Once the applicant has received his/her registration number and log-in-password through SMS/e-mail, then he/she will be able to operate his/her account for giving option for house/houses and also making required changes in his/her preferences, choices etc.

(iv) Both existing applications as well as new applicants will have to indicate heir choices/preferences for houses online.
(v) All the applications received up to 15th of the month will be included in the waiting list. Also all houses falling vacant till 15th of each month would be displayed, pool-wise, on this Directorate’s website (estates.nic.in) for giving choices by the applicants during 16th – 24th for Type-IV, 16th -27th for Type-III and 16th to 1st for Type-II each month. During this period, the list of vacant houses as well as the waiting list will remain frozen. Regular allotments will be made each month on 25th for Type-IV, 28th for Type-III and 2nd for Type-II.

(vi) An applicant will be allotted the house chosen by his/her if nobody senior to him/her in the waiting list has opted for the same.

(vii) The concept of technical acceptance will be done away with.

(viii) Applicants will be eligible for one change in each category of house. No separate change waiting list will be prepared. Waiting list for change as well as the first allotment will be the same. On the day of enforcement of the Automated System of Allotment the existing change waiting list (Which is based on first come-first- serve principle) will be frozen and will be placed, en block, senior to the unified waiting list prepared as per the new order.
(ix) With effect from the date as indicated in para 2 below for each type the present practice of maintaining a separate-change waiting list on first-come-first-serve –principle and area/locality wise waiting list will be done away with.

(x) The applicants will have to necessarily accept the house allotted as per their choice. In the event of non-acceptance, the applicant will be debarred for further allotment for a period of one year.

2. Subject to such modifications as may be notified from time to time, allotment of General Pool Residential Accommodation through automated system would come into force with effect from date indicated bellow:-


Effective Date

Period for indicating choices

Date of first automated allotment


1st Jan, 2011


January 2011



1st Feb, 2011


Febuary 2011



1st April, 2011

16thApril-1st May,2011


Promotion of Assistant to the grade of Section Officer of Central Secretariat Service (CSS) on ad-hoc basis

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Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions
Department of Personnel & Training

Lok Nayak Bhavan, Khan Market,
New Delhi-110003
Dated the 11th November, 2010


Subject: Promotion of Assistant to the grade of Section Officer of Central Secretariat Service (CSS) on ad-hoc basis.

The undersigned is directed to refer to this Department's OMs No.6/5/2010-CS-I(S) dated 30.08.2010 and 04.11.2010 on the subject mentioned above.

2. Considering the fact that posts are lying vacant in the Section Officers’ Grade in various Ministries/Departments mainly on account of litigation, it has been decided that eligible Assistants (who have completed 8 years of approved service in the grade of Assistant) upto SCSLs 1999 (General Category), upto SCSLs 2000 (SC Category) and upto SCSLs 2002 (ST Category) may be promoted to the grade of Section Officer on ad-hoc basis to the extent of vacant posts available in the Cadre Units upto 01.12.2010. The ad-hoc promotion/appointment would be subject to the following conditions:-

(i) The period of ad-hoc promotion would be upto 31.03.2011 or till the regular Section Officers are made available, whichever is earlier;

(ii) The ad-hoc appointments shall not confer on the appointees any right to continue in the grade indefinitely or for inclusion in the Select List of Section Officers for regular appointment cr to claim seniority in the Section Officers grade of CSS;

(iii) Ad-hoc appointments would continue till regular candidates in Section Officer Grade are available either through Seniority Quota or Limited Departmental Competitive Examination (LDCE). In the event of the ad-hoc appointees not qualifying for regular appointment in either of these two categories, they will be reverted to the Assistants’ Grade on availability of such regular officers from the date they (regular Section Officers) join duty in their respective cadre units allotted to them by this Department;

(iv) The effective date of ad-hoc promotion in respect of those found fit and clear from vigilance angle would be the date from which the officer concerned joins duty in Section Officers’ grade in his own cadre unit.

3. If any of the Officers, who is eligible for promotion in Section Officer grade on ad-hoc basis and is on deputation, he/she may be given option to revert within one month with a view to avail of the promotion on ad-hoc basis

4. All the Cadre Units are requested to take urgent action to conduct DPCs in respect of all the Assistants within the Zone prescribed as at Para 2 above and to promote eligible Assistants to the grade of Section Officer on ad-hoc basis to the extent of vacancies available upto 1st December, 2010. A copy of the appointment order may be endorsed to this Department.

5. The recommendations of the DPC in respect of the remaining eligible Assistants in the above zone, who are clear from vigilance angle and cannot be promoted by 01.12.2010 within the Cadre Unit due to lack of vacancies, may be forwarded to this Division immediately,

latest 01.12.2010

by so that they could be promoted against existing vacancies in SO grade elsewhere,as indicated in this Department’s OM NO 6/5/2010-CS-I(S) dated 04.11.2010.

6. It has also been decided that the period of promotion allowed upto 31.12.2010,in the case of existing ad-hoc section officers may be extended upto 31.03.2011 subject to the conditions as prescribed in para 2 above of this OM

7. After the completion of the process as indicated in Para 4 & 5 above, all the Cadre Units are requested to convey the following information immediately latest by 01.12.2010:

i) The details of the Assistants promoted on ad-hoc basis in SO grade after the issue of this order (Annexure- I).

ii) DPC recommendations in respect of the remaining eligible Assistants in the zone prescribed as indicated in Para 5 above (Annexure-II).

iii) The details of the eligible Assistants in SCSLs 2000 to 2002(Gen.) and SCSLs 2001 to 2002(SC) (Annexure­-III).


Source: www.persmin.nic.in

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