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Monday, February 04, 2013

Retirement Age News : Call to increase retirement age of bank employees to 65

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Call to increase retirement age of bank employees to 65

The retirement age for bank employees should be increased to 65 for better utilisation of the services of seniors, said INTUC national president G. Sanjeeva Reddy.

Many officers were joining private financial institutions after their superannuation and extending quality services. The Public Sector Units were unable to make use of their services fully as they were retiring by 60, he opined.

Need to avoid the use of term “Harijan” in respect of Scheduled Castes in official communications and transactions

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No. 17020/64/2010-SCD (R.L.Cell) 
Government of India 
Social Justice and Empowerment 
Department of Social Justice and Empowerment

Shastri Bhawan, New Delhi 
New Delhi, dated: 22.11.2012

To, 
The Chief Secretaries, 
All State Governments/ 
Union Territory Administrations.

Subject : Need to avoid the use of term “Harijan” in respect of Scheduled Castes in official communications and transactions.

Sir, 
‘I am directed to refer to the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) letter No. BC 12025/44/80-SC&BCD.I/IV, dated 10.02.1982, in which all the State Governments / Union Territory Administrations were requested to issue instructions to the authorities who were empowered to issue the Scheduled Castes certificates, not to insert the word ‘Harijan’ in the Scheduled Caste certificates, but to mention only the name of the caste to which the person belongs. Subsequently the Ministry of Welfare (now Social Justice and Empowerment), vide letter No. 12025/14/90-SCD(R.L.Cell), dated 16.08.1990, had again requested the Chief Secretaries of all State Governments/Union Territory Administrations, that for all official transactions, matters, dealings, certificates etc., the Constitutional term, ‘Scheduled Caste’ in English and its appropriate translation in other national languages should alone be used for denoting the persons belonging to the Scheduled Castes included in the Presidential Orders issued under Article 341 of the Constitution. The State Governments / U.T.Administrations were also requested that in the names of departments, which are in overall charge of development/welfare of Scheduled Castes, the term ‘Harijan’ etc. should not be used.


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