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Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Promotion of Private Secretary (PS) of CSSS to Principal Private Secretary (PPS) of CSSS on ad-hoc basis

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No.3/1/2011-CS-II(A) (Pt.)
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions
(Department of Personnel and Training)

3rd Floor, Lok Nayak Bhawan, Khan Market,
New Delhi — 110 003.
Dated the 30th May 2011

ORDER

Subject: - Promotion of Private Secretary (PS) of CSSS to Principal Private Secretary (PPS) of CSSS on ad-hoc basis.

             The sanction of the President is hereby accorded to the appointment of 47 regular PSs of CSSS whose names are given in the annexure to this O.M. to the post of PPS of CSSS in the scale of Rs.15600-39100 + Grade Pay Rs.6600 on ad hoc basis for a period upto 30.09.2011 or till the posts are filled up on regular basis or until further orders, whichever is earlier and to nominate them to the cadre units shown against their names for appointment as PPS.

   2.      The ad hoc appointment of these officers shall take effect from the date they assume charge of the post of PPS. The cadre units where the above mentioned officers are presently working are requested to relieve them immediately under intimation to this Department after ensuring that no vigilance case is either pending or being contemplated against them.

   3.     Posting/transfers of PSs, on their ad hoc promotions, are made in accordance with the Rotation Transfer Policy for CSSS personnel. The PS who have served for more than 7 years in a Ministry/Department, have been transferred, however officers who have less than 2 years’ of service for superannuation, have been retained in their exiting Cadre Units.

   4.    The appointment of these officers to the grade of PPS is purely on ad hoc basis and shall not confer on them any right to continue in the grade indefinitely or claim seniority in the grade of PPS.

sd/-
(Rajiv Manjhi)
Deputy Secretary to the Govt. of India

Source: www.persmin.nic.in
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AICPIN for the month of April 2011

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Ministry of Labour & Employment

All India Consumer Price Index Numbers for Industrial Workers on base 2001=100 for the Month of April, 2011


            All India Consumer Price Index Number for Industrial Workers (CPI-IW) on base 2001=100 for the month of April, 2011 increased by 1 point and stood at 186 (one hundred & eighty six).           

During April, 2011, the index recorded increase of 6 points in Chhindwara centre, 5 points in Jharia centre, 4 points each in Nagpur, Kodarma, Ajmer,  Giridih, Angul Talcher and Belgaum centres, 3 points in 8 centres, 2 points in 13 centres and 1 point in 21 centres. The index decreased by 4 points in Tiruchirapally centre, 3 points in Darjeeling centre, 2 points each in Salem and Hubli Dharwar  centres, 1 point in 6 centres, while in the remaining 18 centres the index remained stationary.           

The maximum increase of 6 points  in  Chhindwara centre is mainly on account of increase in the prices of Goat Meat, Country Liquor, Refined Liquor, Firewood, Doctors’ Fee, etc. The increase of 5 points in Jharia centre is due to increase in the prices of Rice, Milk, Vegetable & Fruit items, Soft Coke, Clothing items, etc. The increase of 4 points each in Nagpur, Kodarma, Ajmer,  Giridih, Angul Talcher and Belgaum centres is due to increase in the prices of Rice, Jowar, Milk, Chillies Dry, Vegetable & Fruit items, Firewood, Ornament Glass, etc. The decrease of 4 points in Tiruchirapally centre is the outcome of decrease in the prices of Rice, Onion, Vegetable & Fruit items, Flower/Flower Garlands, etc. The decrease of 3 points in Darjeeling centre is due to decrease in the prices of Wheat Atta, Mustard Oil, Turmeric Powder, Onion, Vegetable & Fruit items, etc.           

The indices in respect of the six major centres are as follows :

1. Ahmedabad – 180

2. Bangalore – 190

3. Chennai – 164

4. Delhi – 172

5. Kolkata – 180

6. Mumbai – 184
            

The All-India (General) point to point rate of inflation for the month of April, 2011 is 9.41% as compared to 8.82% in March, 2010. Inflation based on Food Index is 8.24% in April, 2011 as compared to 8.29% in March, 2011.



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