Framing a Transfer Policy in all cadres - Dopt Orders

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Dopt orders on framing a Transfer Policy in all cadres

Dopt orders on framing a Transfer Policy in all cadres

Framing a Transfer Policy in all cadres - Dopt Orders

G.I., Dept. of Per. & Trg., O.M.No.11013/10/2013-Estt.A, dated 2.7.2015

Subject: Framing a Transfer Policy in all cadres – regarding

The undersigned is directed to refer to the OMs of even number dated 13thJune, 2014, and 3 July, 2015 wherein all the Ministries/Departments were requested to (i) prescribe Minimum Tenure, (ii) set up a mechanism akin to Civil Services Board for recommending transfer, and (iii) place in public domain the transfer policy.

2. The Rotational Transfer Policy should aim to harmonise objectives of institutional memory, avoid development of vested interests, and provide exposure to the employees of working in different organisations, inter alia ensuring overall growth of an officer. The Transfer Policy should provide for both a minimum as well as maximum tenure. Any transfer before completing the minimum prescribed tenure or stay beyond the maximum tenure should be with the approval of the Committee constituted for the purpose, for reasons to be recorded in writing.

3. The draft Rotational Transfer Policy for the Central Secretariat ServiceNavailable on the website of Department of Personnel and Training at (Annexure). It lays down guidelines on tenures, postings on promotion, posting on return from leave/deputation, outstation postings, mutual transfers etc. Appropriate provisions on these aspects may be made in the Rotational Transfer Policy in each cadre that will best serve public interest.

4. In addition, instructions of Central Vigilance Commission in the Circular No. 03/09/13 (No.004/VGL/090/225553 dated 11.9.2013) reiterate that sensitive posts should be identified and staff working in these posts strictly rotated after every two/three years to avoid developing vested interests. The OMs of this Department also lay down guidelines on postings of spouse at the same station, and postings of disabled Government servants/ parents of disabled children.

4. The Ministries/Departments/Cadre Authorities may communicate action taken report on the following latest by 10.7.2015, (i) framing of Rotational Transfer Policy and putting up in public domain(ii) Identification of sensitive posts (iii) rotation of officers from sensitive posts in true spirit of the provision.

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gowthaman said...

Very mush appreciated News sir, I am working in BCGVL chennai from 1992 onwards no promotion as well as the ADMN staff have not given ACP in 2004 so my basic stagnated in 2005 so the one time increment was not given in 2006,I am the great sufferer.
The ACP / MACP was implemented not to get STAGNATION but the ADMN staff never cares for the employees, if the knowledgeable staff is arrived by transfer this kind of problem will be solved.
The dept never oblige even the court orders.

Lakshmanrao seshagiri said...

A valid medical certificate will take care the transfer policy.The orders issued can be postponed to a date which is Administratively possible.!!! The aim is to come into public contact with added responsibilities...Hence the order has to be taken in right spirits.exception can be considered on valid medical grounds, if supported by a relevant medical institution...

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