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Friday, March 09, 2012

Fixation of ‘range of seniority’ (zone of promotion) for promotion of Stenographers Grade ‘D’ to Personal Asaistant(PA) Grade of CSSS for the Select List Year- 2010—reg.

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No.5/1/2012-CS-II(C)
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pension
Department of Personnel and Training

3rd floor, Lok Nayak Bhawan, Khan Market,
New Delhi date 9th March, 2012

OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Subject : Fixation of ‘range of seniority’ (zone of promotion) for promotion of Stenographers Grade ‘D’ to Personal Asaistant(PA) Grade of CSSS for the Select List Year- 2010—reg.

Reference is invited to this Department’s O.M. of even  number dated 16th February, 2012 on the subject mentioned  above vide which all the cadre units were requested to place the cases of all eligible Stenographers Grade ‘D’ who were covered within the prescribed ‘range of seniority’ and who had not yet been included in the Select List of PAs of CSSS before the DPC to  assess their suitability or otherwise for promotion to the PA grade of CSSS. Cadre Units were also requested to furnish the  recommendations of the DPC alongwith vigilance clearance in  respect of all the eligible officers who are working in their cadre units including those who had been transferred to their cadre units from other cadre units on their ad-hoc promotion to PA grade of CSSS.

One day pay cut for absence on strike day

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One day pay cut for absence on strike day
The state government has decided to cut a day’s salary of employees who skipped work on the day of the Citu-sponsored general strike on February 28, but spared them the break-in-service clause it had threatened to invoke.

Today’s order, issued by the finance department, came as a relief to many employees who were absent that day. As a last-ditch attempt to foil the strike, Mamata Banerjee had threatened on strike-eve to crack the break-in-service whip on those employees who would ignore the chief secretary’s circular and be absent on February 28.



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