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13 CSS officers becomes Joint Secretary in different Union Ministries/Department.

New Delhi: 10th August, 2017

Consequent upon their empanelment for holding the post of Joint Secretary or equivalent at the Centre, the under mentioned CSS officers are hereby appointed as Joint Secretary (in-situ) in SAG grade. Appointment shall be subject to and effective from the date of their assumption of charge of the post in the Ministry/Department in which they are posted:

S. No. Name of the Officer(ShrifMs.)... Place of posting (Min./Deptt.)
1. Rubina .............All Civil Aviation
2. Nita Kejriwal ........................Rural Development
3. G. Jayanthi ............DoPT
4. Anuradha S. Chagti ..................P&NG
5. K. Nagaraja.............. on deputation.
6. Rajiv Manjhi ............MOHFW
7. Preeti Pant .............MOHFW
8. Lucas L Kamsuan ...........Shipping
9. Vandana Jain............. H&FW
10. Suparna S. Pachouri ..............Rural Development
11. Girja Nand Singh ..............AHD&F
12. Jaya Dubey .............Textiles
13. Manoj K. Kejrewal ............Higher Education

VIDE DOPT'S NO. No.5/2/2016-E0(SM-I) DATED 4TH NOVEMBER, 2016.It is proposed to fill up the post of Deputy Director (Adm...

VIDE DOPT'S NO. No.5/2/2016-E0(SM-I) DATED 4TH NOVEMBER, 2016.

It is proposed to fill up the post of Deputy Director (Administration)(JS Level), All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), New Delhi under the Department of Health & Family Welfare vice Shri V Srinivas, IAS (RJ:89), in the Pay Band of Rs.37,400-67,000/- (PB-4) plus Grade Pay of Rs.10,000/- (pre-revised) on deputation basis for a period of five years.

2. Names of willing and eligible officers, who have been empanelled to hold Joint Secretary or equivalent posts at the Centre under the Central Staffing Scheme may be recommended to this office along with cadre clearance, vigilance clearance, detailed bio-data, viz. name, date of birth, service, batch, contact telephone number, email address, educational qualifications, complete experience/posting details etc., CR dossiers/certified ACRs for the last five years, details of debarment & cooling off in respect of past central deputation. In case the officers are currently on Central Deputation, the nomination may be forwarded with the approval of Minister-in-charge concerned.

4. The post is a non-Central Staffing Scheme post to be filled through the Civil Services Board (CSB) procedure. It may be noted that no 'Mandatory Posting Certificate' for allotment/retention of Government accommodation would be issued by this office to the officer appointed on the above referred post. However, those officers who have served and are currently serving on Central Staffing Scheme post in Delhi for at least four years and require to retain Government accommodation, would be issued a certificate to the effect that the officer concerned has served for at least four years in CSS post and she/he needs to retain Government accommodation for her/his tenure on non-CSS post.

5. It is requested that the applications of the eligible officers may please be forwarded so as to reach this Department within one month from the date of issue of this circular.

Yours faithfully,
( Rajinder Kumar)
Deputy Secretary to the Gavenment of India
Tel. No.: 011-2309 2187

PROMOTION | c o n g r a t u l a t i o n s|SIR HAULIANKAP SUANTAH --- promoted to under Secretary, CSSAs per the DOPT's o...

PROMOTION | c o n g r a t u l a t i o n s|
SIR HAULIANKAP SUANTAH --- promoted to under Secretary, CSS
As per the DOPT's order 5/7/2016-CS.I (U) dated 28th September, 2016 Sir Hauliankap Suantah,Section Officer (CSS), M/o Women & Child Development has been promoted to Under Secretary, CSS, M/o Statistics & Programme Implementation.

Your Copy of the 7CPCPAY MATRIX

Your Copy of the 7CPC


A miserable 2 per cent
By Vinod Rai | July 24, 2016
On June 30, headlines across newspapers were on the Union government having approved the Seventh Pay Commission recommendations. The Economic Times headline read, "Central staff hit pay dirt: An early Diwali". The newspaper said the government had accepted the recommendations doling out 'hefty' pay hikes. The salaries were expected to increase in the range of 14 per cent to 23 per cent. The bold fonts also announced that the lowest salary was to increase from Rs 7,000 per month to Rs 18,000. The highest salary, received by the cabinet secretary, was to go up to Rs 2,50,000 from Rs 90,000.
Sounds huge, does it not? But we need to analyse this. What is the bonanza and what are the hefty pay hikes which are speculated to be “fuelling inflationary pressures"?
Actually, the salary of Rs 7,000 and Rs 18,000 are not comparable. The equivalent of the Rs 7,000 basic salary, which was fixed 10 years ago and currently applicable with the dearness allowance added on, is Rs 15,750 (Rs 7,000 basic plus 125 per cent DA). In the salary of Rs 18,000 now announced, the DA is subsumed. Thus, a more accurate comparison would be the present salary of Rs 15,750 and the new salary of Rs 18,000. Similarly, the cabinet secretary at present receives Rs 2,02,500. The newspapers also announced that the total outgo as a consequence of the hike was expected to be Rs 1 lakh crore.
The comments on social media are more expressive! They question whether government employees actually deserve higher salaries: "Being paid more for what?", "More pay for less and less work", and "Babus don't deserve a hike." In fact, it is speculated that these increases will fuel inflation. Another school of thought believes that it will kickstart spending, thus generate demand and hence increased economic activity.
Illustration: Bhaskaran
The Pay Commission is announced once in ten years. Thus any increase in basic salary comes about once in ten years. Even if we were to assume that this Pay Commission has brought about a hike of 20 per cent, it would tantamount to a simple rate of 2 per cent per annum. Which employee in the private sector would be content with a 2 per cent per annum hike? A couple of years ago, I was pleasantly surprised to hear of the bonus received by one of the youngsters in the family. I found that his annual bonus alone was more than the sum of the total salary earned by me over my entire career! He could afford at least two vacations abroad for himself and his kids every year, travelling business class. My wife and I have never been on any vacation as yet. At most, every year we visited our parents using up my earned leave or she would accompany me if I travelled on work. For him the weekend is a total break from work—he gets no official calls over the weekend. Mine was a 24x7 job when I could not refuse anyone who called me. Once when my wife reminded the caller that he had called on a holiday, he had the gumption to remind her that official phones were given to government functionaries so that they could be contacted all the time!
There is then the fear that the pay increase will cause financial difficulties to state governments. True, it will. However, prudent financial management requires constant mobilisation of resources. However, considering the fact that we have just about an election every year, to local bodies or state legislatures or the general election, very few governments can take appropriate measures to increase taxes or tap methods to raise resources. If you cannot take harsh decisions to raise resources, why blame government employees who get a paltry increase of 2 per cent per annum?
I acknowledge that government employees are not the most popular guys. To a large extent, we are to blame for this. This perception needs to be addressed and only we can do that with our own endeavours and actions. However, if the general public still continues to grudge the paltry increase, they must realise that if you pay peanuts you get only ..........!
Former comptroller and auditor general, Rai is chairman of Banks Board Bureau.

VACANCIES FOR DOCTORS, ITs AND STATICIANS!Government of India/Ministry of Health and Family Welfare/Directorate General ...


Government of India/Ministry of Health and Family Welfare/Directorate General of Health Services

Applications are invited for following posts, for Secretariat of National Council for Clinical Establishments, located at Nirman Bhawan, New Delhi, on contractual basis for one year (extendable by one more year depending on performance).

ESSENTIAL: MBBS and (2) Master of Public Health / Hospital Administration OR MD/MS or equivalent in any discipline OR MBA (Hospital Administration)
DESIRABLE: Two Years’ experience of Health/Hospital Administration/Management
AGE GROUP: 30 to 65 years
Consolidated remuneration (monthly) : Rs. 66000/-

ESSENTIAL: B.Tech / BE in Computer Science / Information Technology OR post Graduate qualification in Computer applications/Mathematics/Physics/Statistics DESIRABLE: One year experience after PG qualification AND Basic Knowledge of Computers
AGE GROUP: 30 to 65 years
Consolidated remuneration (monthly) : Rs. 44000/-

ESSENTIAL: MBBS Master’s Degree in Statistics/ Mathematics/Economics from any recognized University.
DESIRABLE: One year experience of compilation, analysis and interpretation of statistical data.
AGE GROUP: 25 to 65 years
Consolidated remuneration (monthly) : Rs. 27500/-

The eligible and desirous candidates may send their application on a plain paper along with one latest photograph, Bio-Data and attested copies of relevant documents of qualification and experience to SHRI T BAITE SECTION OFFICER, MH.II SECTION, DIRECTORATE GENERAL OF HEALTH SERVICES, ROOM NO. 651-A, A-WING, NIRMAN BHAWAN, NEW DELHI 110108 with in 15 days of date of publication of this advertisement. For further details refer to website:
www.mohfw.nic.in or www.clinicalestablishments.nic.in
DIRECT LINK: http://clinicalestablishments.nic.in/NEWS/1037.aspx

Retirement at 65 for Govt Medical DoctorsBreaking: Government today approved extending retirement age of doctors of Cent...

Retirement at 65 for Govt Medical Doctors

Breaking: Government today approved extending retirement age of doctors of Central Health Services to 65 years.

Last week, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had made an announcement to increase the retirement age from 62 to 65 years at a rally in Saharanpur.

The decision has been taken in view of shortage of doctors.


Press Information Bureau note/UPSC.GOV.IN dt.31.12.2015:

Based on the UPSC’s Combined Section Officers’/Stenographers’ (Grade ‘B’/Grade ‘I’) Limited Departmental Competitive Examination, 2014, Pu KAMKHANMANG PAITE have been recommended for Section Officer (CSS: 2014). C O N G R A T U L A T I O N S !
For UPSC results log on to:http://upsc.gov.in/…/final-…/so/2014/fw_so_steno2014_eng.pdf

Trainee IAS Officers To Begin Job As Section Officer19th August,2015, New Delhi  (Times of India/The Sen Times): Trainee...

Trainee IAS Officers To Begin Job As Section Officer

19th August,2015, New Delhi (Times of India/The Sen Times):

Trainee IAS Officers of the 2013 batch, who will soon reporting for a 3-month training module in Delhi before joining their respective states as part of their two-year training and will work in capacity of SECTION OFFICERS with the central government.

But these officers will be posted as ‘Assistant Secretary’ in 39 Central Ministries from August 31 to November 31 this year as per a new rule introduced by the government for a better understanding of the working of central government before their state postings.

Current, IAS officers were eligible to come on Central deputation only after nine years of service at their cadre.

“The officers will be given a joining time from August 22 to August 30 but no joining time will be given at the time of relieving by Government of India and they must join their state postings immediately,” a DoPT official said.

“The officers have been told to report to the Joint Secretary (Adminsitration) of the respective ministries and informed that a Joint Secretary will be assigned as their ‘mentor’ and the designation, Assistant Secretary, was thought of to avoid any controversy, since section officers are from Central Secretariat Service,” the DoPT official added.

Government promotes 27 director ranked CSS officers as GoI joint secretariesTHE Central government has elevated as many ...

Government promotes 27 director ranked CSS officers as GoI joint secretaries

THE Central government has elevated as many as 27 director level officers of Central Secretariat Service (CSS) to the rank of joint secretary, Government of India. In an order dated July 1, 2015, all the CSS officers (the list below) recently empanelled as GoI joint secretary and are currently working in various Central government departments or ministries, were promoted as JS on in-situ basis. Here is the list of the officers and their departments:

1. RK Ojha, Ministry of Commerce
2. Dr Parvinder Kaur, Ministry of Agriculture
3. VK Gauba, Cabinet Secretariat
4. MC Luther, Ministry of Commerce
5. Dr P Srivastava, Ministry of Tourism
6. Renu Jain, Ministry of Science and Technology
7. Santosh Kumari, Ministry of Defence
8. SL Negi, Department of Higher Education, HRD Ministry
9. Geeta Narayan, Ministry of Textiles
10. BS Rawat, Ministry of Science and Technology
11. Dr Tarsem Chand, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare
12. Vedantam Giri, Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA)
13. KM Brahme, Ministry of Agriculture
14. Vandana Sharma, DOPT
15. Mallipudi Subbarayan, Department of Public Enterprises
16. SL Meena, DONER
17. T Srinivas, Ministry of Steel
18. KR Vaidheeswaran, Department of Expenditure, Ministry of Finance
19. Sudhesh Kumar Shahi, Ministry of Coal
20. Indira Murthy Battiprolu, Ministry of External Affairs (MEA)
21. Sweety Karta Ram, Ministry of Urban Development
22. Visstali Peddanna, Ministry of Coal
23. A Asholi Chalai, DOPT
24. RK Gupta, Ministry of Water Resources
25. Narain Dass, Ministry of Commerce
26. Anju Bhalla, Ministry of Power
27. Saheli Ghosh Roy, Department of Expenditure, Ministry of Finance



Asholi Chalai, CSS becomes Joint Secretary to the Government of India.

Updated VGN dt. 18.7.2015, New Delhi:

Central Government’s order dated July 1, 2015 has elevated PU ASHOLI CHALAI, CSS a Director in DOPT ) to the rank of joint secretary, Government of India.

We heartility congratulate Sir Chalai on his big achievement for becoming the first CSS officer from Manipur (NE) Tribal to become Joint Secretary to the Government of India.

Today's Whispers 5 June, 2015---------------------------------------------------Minor reshuffle in Union cabinet in near...

Today's Whispers 5 June, 2015
Minor reshuffle in Union cabinet in near future ?
If top sources are to be believed, PM is likely to reshuffle his council of ministers very soon . Portfolios of some ministers could be changed. Two or three new faces could also be inducted.
Appointment of Governors on cards ?
Appointment of a couple of new Governors is expected to take place in a week or two.Names have already been finalized.
Jayant Parimal leaves Reliance, joins Adani!
Jayant Parimal has left Reliance Industries and joined the Adani Group as CEO, Solar Energy. He is a former 1989 batch IAS officer of Gujarat cadre.
(We said this on May 18)
Sinha, Yadav yet to get posting as Secretaries
Two 1981 batch IAS officers, Rajiv Yadav of Assam-Meghalaya cadre and Amrendra Sinha of Uttarakhand cadre are yet to get posting as Secretaries in Government of India.
Five 1981 batch IAS officers yet to get Secy equivalent posts in GoI
As many as five 1981 batch IAS officers who have been empanelled for Secretary equivalent posts in Government of India are yet to get postings. The officers are : Chandra Bhushan Paliwal of UP cadre; Jayant Dasgupta of Bihar cadre; Anand Misra of UP cadre; Ravinder Jain of Himachal Pradesh cadre; and Tuk Tuk Kumar of West Bengal .
Atul Sobti selected for CMD, BHEL
Atul Sobti, Director (Power), BHEL, has been selected for the post of Chairman & Managing Director, Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL) at a Public Enterprises Selection Board (PESB) meeting held on June 4, 2015. As many as 11 persons were interviewed for the same.

Today's Whispers 3 June, 2015---------------------------------------------------Bulk appointments of Secretaries in GoI ...

Today's Whispers 3 June, 2015
Bulk appointments of Secretaries in GoI change the course of history
The bulk appointments of Indian Administrative Service (IAS) officers as Secretaries in Government of India have changed the course of history in the Indian bureaucracy. It is probably for the first time when Appointments Committee of Cabinet (ACC) cleared the appointments of 17 IAS officers altogether. Major postings of Additional Secretary and Joint Secretary levels are considered as routine, but bulk appointments at Secretary level come as surprise to the corridors of power.
Will there be Thomas case again ?
There are murpers that there is going to be another Thomas case in the appointment of CVC. One can only wait and watch.
Whom are RSS and BJP afraid of?
The RSS and BJP are only afraid of one politician and he is senior Congress leader Digvijay Singh.
Jaitley's employment bureau still persists
It is widely believed that Union Minister Arun Jaitley's employment bureau of journalists still continues.
Empanelment of 1982 and 1985 batch IAS!
Empanelment of 1982 and 1985 batch IAS in the Government of India has been delayed by a few weeks because of change of guards. Now the empanelment will be done by the new Cabinet Secretary PK Sinha.
Who will be new Member, CVC?
Outgoing CMD of Bank of India, Ms V R Iyer is being tipped as new CVC Vigilance Commissioner.?Another source said that Ms Iyer has been selected for Insurance Regulatory Authority also. Meanwhile, name of Indian Bank MD and CEO TM Bhasin has also cropped up for the post of Member in CVC. Final picture will be clear only after arrival of the President on Monday.
Will Sudhir Bhargava be Information Commissioner ?
Name of Sudhir Bhargava is now doing the round for the appointment to the post of Information Commissioner in the CIC. He is former 1979 batch IAS officer of Rajasthan cadre.\

source: wotc




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