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Wednesday, March 16, 2011

SC, ST and OBC in Higher Posts of Officers

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SC, ST and OBC in Higher Posts of Officers

The number of officers presently working as Secretary, Additional Secretary, Joint Secretary and Director level posts, in the Government of India and the number of SC and ST officers on these posts and their percentage, as on 14.3.2011, as per the information available, is given below:


Secy

 

Addl. Secy

 

Joint Secy

 

Director

 

 

Total No. of officers

 

149

108

477

590

No. of SCs

 

-

2

31

17

% age of SCs

 

-

1.85

6.49

2.88

No. of STs

 

4

2

15

7

% age of STs

 

2.68

1.85

3.14

1.18



As regards the number of OBC officers, it is stated that data regarding OBC status of the officers was not being obtained at the time of appointment of officers prior to 1994 and is therefore not available.

The posts of Secretary, Additional Secretary and Joint Secretary in the Ministries/Departments of Government of India are deputation posts with the exception of posts in the Ministry of External Affairs and are filled under the Central Staffing Scheme. The officers from various cadres empanelled to hold such posts and who opt for deputation are appointed under Central Staffing Scheme. The posts of Director (excluding the posts which are in the cadre of Central Secretariat Service) are filled under Central Staffing Scheme. There is no provision for reservation for SCs/STs/OBCs in these posts. As officers, on the above posts, are appointed on deputation basis from various cadres, the percentage of SC/ST officers on these posts need not be same as in their respective cadres. However, at the time of empanelment, every effort is made to empanel officers belonging to SCs/STs categories, if necessary, by adopting liberal benchmarks as compared to officers from General category.

This information was given by the Minister of State in the Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions Shri V.Narayanasamy in written reply to a question in the Lok Sabha today.

Source:PIB

Amendment of the Apprenticeship Act

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Amendment of the Apprenticeship Act

The Government is considering to amend the Apprentices Act, 1961 in consultation with all concerned Ministries. One of the amendments proposed relates to reserving 50 per cent of direct recruitment posts for trained Trade, Graduate, Technician and Technician (Vocational) apprentices who have been trained under the Apprentices Act, 1961 in the same establishment. Based on the views of the concerned ministries the proposal of amendment of the Apprentices Act will be processed further.

This information was given by Shri Mallikarjun Kharge, Minister for Labour and Employment in a written reply to a question in the Rajya Sabha today.

Submission of Immovable Property Return for the year 2009 – List of defaulting officers of CSS

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No.22/5/2009-CS.I(PR)
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances & Pensions
Department of Personnel & Training
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2nd Floor, Lok Nayak Bhawan, Khan Market, New Delhi
Dated the 16th March 2011



OFFICE MEMORANDUM



Subject :-       Submission of Immovable Property Return for the year 2009 – List of defaulting officers of CSS


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      The undersigned is directed to refer this Department’s O.M. of even number dated 22nd November 2010 and subsequent reminder dated 3rd January 2011 on the subject mentioned above.

2.       In terms of CCS (Conduct) Rules, 1964, under Secretary and above level officers of the Central Secretariat Service are required to submit annual immovable property return to this Division. The Immovable Property Return (IPR) pertaining to a year is required to be submitted latest by 31st January of the following year. Accordingly, the Immovable Property Return (IPR) for the year 2009 should have been submitted to this Division by 31st January 2010. However, despite reminders and publishing the list of the defaulting officers in the website of this Department, still a large number of officers have not furnished their IPR for the year 2009 to this Department. It is more than a year now and there is no justification in not submitting the return till date.

3.       The list of officers whose IPR for the year 2009 has not yet been received in this Division is posted in the website of this Department http://www.persmin.nic.in Central Services Wing CS Division Central Secretariat Services Property Returns. Ministries/ Departments are, therefore, requested to obtain the IPR for the year 2009 from the defaulting officers presently on their rolls and send to this Department latest by 31st March 2011.

4.       If any officer fails to submit the IPR, Ministries/ Departments may initiate disciplinary action under the relevant rules. The attention of the Ministries/ Departments is also drawn to the Annual Performance Appraisal Report (APAR) format which provides for indicating the date of submission of IPR. The date of submission of the IPR may be verified from the records and if it is found that an officer has failed to submit the IPR or submitted after the due date, the Reporting/ Reviewing Officers may take this into account while writing the APAR.



s/d
( Monica Bhatia )
Director







Source: www.persmin.gov.in

Identification of Tenants in Government Colonies

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Identification of Tenants in Government Colonies

M/s Eagle Vision Services Private Limited, Rohini, Delhi has been engaged for carrying out the inspection of the residential premises of Directorate of Estates located at Delhi.

No allottee was given notice to vacate the quarter solely on the basis of inspection report. The inspection report of M/s Eagle Vision Services Ltd. is examined in the Directorate. In case subletting is suspected, the Deputy Director of Estates, after affording full opportunity to the allottee to present his case, decides the factum of subletting in a Quasi-Judicial manner. In proved cases of subletting, allotment of quarter is cancelled. The allottee has right to appeal against the order of cancellation.

This information was given by Shri Saugata Roy, Minister of State for Urban Development in a written reply to a question in the Lok Sabha today.





Source: PIB



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