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Raising the age of retirement by two years which is under the consideration - Chief Minister


Demand under consideration: Chief Minister

Srinagar, May 14: Days after dissenting employees threatened to dislodge his government, Chief Minister Omar Abdullah Monday said the demand for enhancement of their retirement age was under consideration.
“We have fulfilled all the demands of the employees including grant of 6th pay commission arrears, release of HRA, DA, etc excepting one that of is raising the age of retirement by two years which is under the consideration of the government,” Omar told a public gathering after inaugurating the additional block of JLNM hospital Rainawari here.

Expressing dismay over what he called unnecessary protests by certain groups of employees, the Chief Minister said the government has all along been employee-friendly. “We are looking forward for some via media (on retirement age) which shall satisfy the interests of both the employees and the educated youth,” he said hinting towards the possibility of the government raising the retirement age by at least by one year in the first go.

Employment News Weekly Updates : Job Highlights (12 May – 18 May 2012)


Employment News Weekly Updates :-

Job Highlights  (12 May – 18 May 2012)

Union Public Service Commission invites online recruitment applications for 58 posts of Junior Scientific Officers, Associate Professors, Assistants Professors, Director, Assistant Director and Senior Cartographer. Closing Date: 31.05.2012.

Railway Recruitment Boards invites applications for the Common Preliminary Examination for 6829 post of Non-Technical popular category (Graduate), Assistant Station Masters & Traffic Assistants.
Last Date: 11.06.2012.

Border Security Force requires 3277 Constables (Tradesmen).
Last Date: 30 days after publication.

Central Bank of India requires 1000 Probationary Officers.
Last Date for online applications : 25.05.2012.

Steel Authority of India Limited requires 365 Operator-cum-Technician Trainees.
Last Date : 22.05.2012.

Agriculture Insurance Company of India Limited requires 46 Administrative Officers.
Last Date : 23.05.2012.

Bhabha Atomic Research Centre invites applications for 37 Group ‘C’ posts.
Last Date: 15.06.2012.

National Power Training Institute, Faridabad requires 35 Assistant Director (Tech/Faculty).
Last Date: 20.06.2012.

Nuclear Power Corporation of India Limited, Kakrapar requires 25 Scientific Assistants.
Last Date: 31.05.2012.

Delhi Subordinate Services Selection Board invites applications for recruitment to various posts in different department under Government of NCT of Delhi and its autonomous/local bodies.
Last Date : 15.06.2012

Source : www.employmentnews.gov.in

Retirement Age in HMT


Retirement Age in HMT

The age of superannuation in most of the Central Public Sector Enterprises (CPSEs) is same as for Central Government Employees i.e. 60 years. However in some CPSEs (mainly sick and loss making) the age of superannuation is 58 years.

As per DPE guidelines dated 20th April, 2007, HMT Limited and its subsidiaries excluding HMT International Limited are not eligible for enhancement in the age of retirement as these companies do not qualify as per DPE guidelines. However, a proposal for increasing the age of retirement of the employees of HMT Limited from 58 years to 60 years has been incorporated in HMT Limited’s proposed revival plan.

Government sought report on backlog reserved vacancies by Monday


Press Information Bureau 
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances & Pensions

17-May-2012 14:04 IST

Government sought report on backlog reserved vacancies by Monday

The Government has asked all the Ministries and Departments to submit the final report on filling up of the backlog reserved vacancies through Special Recruitment Drive by 21st of this month. Minister of State for Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions and Minister of State in the Prime Minister’s Office Shri V.Narayanasamy said that the final status from various Ministries and Departments is being received in this regard. He was replying to a question in the Rajya Sabha today that whether DoPT has asked to submit a status report on 60,000-odd reserved vacancies in Government jobs, including for the OBCs have been filled. The Minister said that the Special Recruitment Drive, 2008 was reviewed and the Government had re-launched the Drive on 26.07.2012 and all the Central Ministries/Departments were requested to fill up the backlog reserved vacancies by 31st March, 2012.

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