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Promotion of Section Officers of CSS to Grade-I (Under Secretary) of CSS on ad-hoc basis — regarding

 

Government of India, Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances & Pensions, (Department of Personnel & Training), O.M., No.No.5/7/2011-CS.I(U)dated the 25th August, 2011

Subject: Promotion of Section Officers of CSS to Grade-I (Under Secretary) of CSS on ad-hoc basis — regarding.

The undersigned is directed to refer to this Department’s O.M. of even number dated 30.06.2011 vide which vigilance status and APARs upto the period 2009-10 of Section Officers officers upto 2003 Select List was sought for consideration of adhoc promotion to the grade of US. The documents sought were to have been sent to this Department by 8.7.2011. The Screening Committee for assessing the suitability of officers for adhoc promotion commenced their assessment on 19th July 2011. The APARs and vigilance status received upto that date have been taken into account for assessment of officers. The Screening Committee assessed the candidature of 273 eligible Section Officers of the CSS in terms of extant guidelines/instructions for ad-hoc promotions. Officers as mentioned in the Annexure could not be assessed by the Screening Committee for want of APARS and or non-receipt of vigilance clearance etc.

Sexual Harrasment in work Places

Ministry of Labour & Employment
Sexual Harrasment in work Places :-  Centralized data on the number of cases of Sexual Harassment is not maintained. The Government does not receive complaints directly as these are to be dealt by Complaints Committees constituted by the employers at their respective workplaces. However, not many cases of Sexual Harassment have been reported in the last three years. Only one case of Sexual Harassment has been reported in Central Sphere. The case was examined by sexual harassment committee of NTPC Dadri and was found to be false.

In Delhi two cases of sexual harassment have been reported during last three years. The details of these are as follows:

(i).    Smt. Neelam Vig in M/s Jassaram Hospital, Karolbagh, New Delhi- The case is presently being examined by committee constituted by the management.
(ii).    Smt. Bimla Bhatt of M/s Jaypee Sidharth Hotel, Rajendra Nagar, New Delhi – the management of Jaypee Siddharth Hotel has terminated the service of the accused in the charges of sexual harassment case.

Group-wise sanctioned staff strength of Central Vigilance Commission

Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances & Pensions

Staff Strength of CVC : - Group-wise sanctioned/actual staff strength of Central Vigilance Commission (CVC) as on 10.08.2011 is as under :-

- Sanctioned strength Officials in position
Group 'A' 53 43
Group 'B' 99 83
Group 'C' 71 53
Group 'C'(Pre-revised Group D) 73 67
Total 296 246

The powers and functions of the Central Vigilance Commission (CVC) are provided under Section 8 of the CVC Act, 2003 (45 of 2003). The CVC Act empowers the Commission to enquire or cause inquiries or investigations to be conducted into offences alleged to have been committed under the Prevention of Corruption Act, 1988 by the certain categories of public servants in the Central Government, corporations established by under any Central Act, Government companies, societies and local authorities owned or controlled by the Central Government.

Objectionable Content on Websites

Ministry of Communications & Information Technology

Objectionable Content on Websites : -  Every infrastructure/service may be used for hosting variety of applications and content of any nature. The web infrastructure does not distinguish the nature of content. The technology is therefore, used for purposes which may be liked by one section of society and not liked by other sections of society. Several groups have hosted websites with obscene/objectionable content on internet for variety of purposes. Such sites can be accessed by all sections of users. Most of such websites are hosted outside the country.

The filtering of websites with obscene/objectionable content poses a technical challenge. These websites keep on changing the names, domain addresses and hosting platforms from time to time making it difficult to filter or block such websites using technical tools available in the market. In addition, the tools provide filtering to a limited extent only. The tools, in the process, also filter genuine content and degrade the performance of systems.

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