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Saturday, September 10, 2011

Sixth review meeting with cadre authorities on issues pertaining to CSS / CSSS, CSCS

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G.I., Min. of Pers. & Trg., O.M.No. 21/14/2010-CS. I(P), dated 9th September, 2011

Sixth review meeting with cadre authorities on issues pertaining to CSS / CSSS, CSCS.

The undersigned is directed to say that the next review meeting (6th) with the cadre authorities on issues pertaining to CSS / CSSS / CSCS will be held under the chairmanship of JS(AT&A) on 15.09.2011 between 3.00 PM to 5.00 PM In Room No.119, North Block, New Delhi.

2. The following Agenda items will be discussed in the meeting :

(I) APAR completion of all CSS Officers for 2009-2010 and 2010-11;

(ii) Updating of APAR monitoring software by nodal officers.

(iii) Status of submission of Immovable Property Returns for the years 2009 and 2010;

(iv) Non-relieving of Section Officers on ad-hoc promotion to the grade of Under Secretary;

Govt officials may be allowed to use Facebook

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Govt officials may be allowed to use Facebook

Ahmedabad, September 9
The government is planning to put in place a framework for officials that would allow them to leverage the power of the social media, a top official of the Department of Information and Technology (DIT) said here today.

“We are creating a framework that would help Central departments and officials to use social media like Facebook, Twitter effectively,” said Additional Secretary DIT, Shankar Aggarwal.

“We expect to give a final shape to it (framework) over the next two or three months and notify it,” he said.

“The idea is that they can enter into a dialogue with the public more freely, take suggestions, feedbacks and provide updates. It shall be more of a two-way rather than a one-way communication,” Aggarwal stated.

“Social media is being used extensively by civil society, but unfortunately, we do not have any framework for the Central government and state government,” he said.

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