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Confirmation of Central Government employees

Confirmation of Central Government employees

The following questions were raised in Rajya Sabha by Shri. Shri Arvind Kumar Singh (QUESTION NO 3145) on Confirmation of Central Government Employees

(a) whether onus of confirmation lies with the Central Government employee or the employer/organisation, the details of conditions/rules of confirmation may be given;

(b) whether the post held could be treated as vacant even if the Central Government employee has rendered more than 25 years of continuous service and got promotions on the ground that he is not confirmed in service;

(c) if not, the options open for the employee to seek redressal for his grievances; and

(d) the minimum/maximum period during which an employee has to be confirmed to a post in Central Government organisation?

The following Answer was given by ‘Minister of State in the Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions and Minister of State in the Prime Minister’s Office Shri.DR. JITENDRA SINGH to the above questions in Rajya Sabha
(a): The onus of confirmation lies with the Organisation concerned. As per the extant instructions on satisfactory completion of the period of probation or extension thereof, the Government i.e the employer/Organisation may confirm a temporary Government servant from the date of completion of the period of probation or extension thereof.

(b): As per extant instructions, the confirmation of a Government Servant is delinked from the availability of permanent vacancy in the grade. In other words, an officer who has successfully completed the probation, as prescribed under relevant rules, may be considered for confirmation.

(c): Under Rule 23 of Central Civil Services (Classification, Control & Appeal) Rules, 1965, an employee has the right to appeal against any Order which denies or varies to his disadvantage his pay, allowances, pension or other conditions of service as regulated by rules or by the service agreement.

(d): As per extant instructions save for exceptional reasons, probation should not be extended for more than a year and in no circumstance an employee should be kept on probation for more than double the normal period.
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PROPOSED PAY SCALES – DEPARTMENT WISE – SUBMITTED BY NFIR TO 7th CENTRAL PAY COMMISSION ON 28th JULY,2014

PROPOSED PAY SCALES – DEPARTMENT WISE – SUBMITTED BY NFIR TO 7th CENTRAL PAY COMMISSION ON 28th JULY, 2014

NFIR Submitted memorandum to 7th Central Pay Commission on 28th July, 2014. The proposed pay scales department wise are as under…

SOUTH CENTRAL RAILWAY EMPLOYEES’ SANGH
(Affiliated to NFIR, INTUC and ITF)
CENTRAL OFFICE, SECUNDERABAD.

PROPOSALS OF NFIR TO VII CENTRAL PAY COMMISSION
NFIR Submitted memorandum to 7th Central Pay Commission on 28th July, 2014. The proposed pay scales department wise are as under…

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Safe Working Environment for Female Health Workers

Safe Working Environment for Female Health Workers

Recently, a representation signed by representatives of various organisations has been received in the Ministry seeking justice in sexual harassment cases involving women healthcare workers and to constitute Vishakha Committees in all healthcare institutions all over the country. The same has been forwarded to the States concerned for appropriate action. News of dharna was reported in certain sections of Media.

Health being a state subject, the matter regarding working conditions of nursing staff comes under the purview of the State Government in which the hospitals are located.

The Health Minister was replying to a question in the Lok Sabha here today.
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Amendment in All India Services (Conduct) Rules, 1968

Amendment in All India Services (Conduct) Rules, 1968

All India Services (Conduct) Rules, 1968 Amended

The Government of India has amended All India Services (Conduct) Rules,1968, in rule 3(1) after sub-rule (1) by inserting sub-rule (1A) and rule 3(2) after sub-rule (2A) by inserting sub-rule (2B) and these rules are called the All India Services (Conduct) Amendment Rules, 2014.
Under sub-rule (1A), every member of the Service shall maintain:-
(i) High ethical standards, integrity and honesty;
(ii) Political neutrality;
(iii) Promoting of the principles of merit, fairness and impartiality in the discharge of duties;
(iv) Accountability and transparency;
(v) Responsiveness to the public, particularly to the weaker section;
(vi) Courtesy and good behaviour with the public.
 Under sub-rule (2B), every member of the Service shall:-
(i) Commit himself to and uphold the supremacy of the Constitution and democratic values;

(ii) Defend and uphold the sovereignty and integrity of India, the security of State, public order, decency and morality;

(iii) Maintain integrity in public service;

(iv) Take decisions solely in public interest and use or cause to use public resources efficiently, effectively and economically;

(v) Declare any private interests relating to his public duties and take steps to resolve any conflicts in a way that protects the public interest;

(vi) Not place himself under any financial or other obligations to any individual or organisation which may influence him in the performance of his official duties;

(vii) Not misuse his position as civil servant and not take decisions in order to derive financial or material benefits for himself, his family or his friends;

(viii) Make choices, take decisions and make recommendations on merit alone;

(ix) Act with fairness and impartiality and not discriminate against anyone, particularly the poor and the under-privileged sections of society;

(x) Refrain from doing anything which is or may be contrary to any law, rules, regulations and established practices;

(xi) Maintain discipline in the discharge of his duties and be liable to implement the lawful orders duly communicated to him;

(xii) Be liable to maintain confidentiality in the performance of his official duties as required by any laws for the time being in force, particularly with regard to information, disclosure of which may prejudicially affect the sovereignty and integrity of India, the security of State, strategic, scientific or economic interests of the State, friendly relation with foreign countries or lead to incitement of an offence or illegal or unlawful gains to any person;

(xiii) Perform and discharge his duties with the highest degree of professionalism and dedication to the best of his abilities.
Source: PIB
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