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Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Action Against Corrupt Officers

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Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances & Pensions

Action Against Corrupt Officers

The CBI seeks sanction for prosecution of Government Servants in respect of Prevention of Corruption Act cases under section 19 of the Prevention of Corruption Act, 1988. As on 31.10.2011, there are 189 number of requests for prosecution sanction pending with various Central Government Ministries/Departments/State Governments. Details of these cases are enclosed at Annexure ‘A’.

During the year 2011, CBI has filed charge-sheets against 782 public servants in Prevention of Corruption Act cases. According to information furnished by CBI, sanction for prosecution has been denied by different departments in respect of 85 numbers of public servants during the year 2011.

There is no centralized data reflecting the reasons for denial of such sanctions. Such denial is generally based on merits of individual cases by the concerned Disciplinary authority.

Several steps have been taken by the Government to combat corruption and to improve the functioning of Government. These include:-

Appointment on Fake Caste Certificates

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Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances & Pensions

PIB

Appointment on Fake Caste Certificates

As per information received from various Ministries/ Departments etc. 1832 appointments were allegedly secured on the basis of fake/false caste certificates, details of which, along with the action taken thereon. The Central Government had requested Ministries/Departments etc. to give information about appointments made on the basis of fake/ false caste certificates on 28.01.2010.

The Government instructions provide that an appointing authority should verify the caste status of SC/ST/OBC candidates at the time of initial appointment. They also provide that if a person has secured appointment on the basis of a false certificate, he should not be retained in service. In addition, the Government may also prosecute such a person.

LTC-80 Scheme : A new Domestic Fare List updated

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Air India is frequently updating the new list of domestic fares on its website for passengers to check in online. The new fare list has now been updated as two tables on 11th November 2011, one is domestics fares and another is LTC Scheme.

Leave Travel Concession Scheme

LTC- Executive class & Economy Class
Air India offers the Leave Travel Concession scheme both in Executive Class and Economy Class for travel on the Domestic network.

Details of the scheme are as under: -

Application
All types of journeys in Business Class and Economy Class on Domestic Sectors.

Eligibility
Employees of the State Governments, Central Government, Public Sector Undertakings and Educational institutions recognized/aided by Centre, State Government and or affiliated to any of the University / Educational Boards and their family members traveling on leave and availing LTC facility.

Child & Infant Fares
Not Permitted.

Pending Vigilance Certificate/Major-Minor Penalty Certificate & APAR Certificate for preparation of panel of PPS for the Select List Year, 2010-reg.

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Dopt orders

No.5/26/2010-CS.II
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances & Pensions
Department of Personnel and Training

3rd Floor, Lok Nayak Bhavan, New Delhi
Dated the 23rd November, 2011

Office Memorandum

Subject : Pending Vigilance Certificate/Major-Minor Penalty Certificate & APAR Certificate for preparation of panel of PPS for the Select List Year, 2010-reg.

Reference is invited to this Deptt's OMs of even number dated 11/8/2011, 23/9/2011, 24/10/2011 and 2/11/2011 wherein cadre units were requested to send the Vigilance Clearance & Major/Minor Penalty certificate for the last ten years in respect of PPS(ad-hoc)/PSs who are likely to be in the zone of consideration for regular promotion to the grade of PPS for the select List Year 2010. Cadre Units/Individuals concerned were also requested to certify that the APAR/ACR for the year 2008-2009 has been seen by the concerned officer and the officer has nothing to represent against the final grading given by the Reporting Officer.'



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