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Age of superannuation of the Central Government Employees, Government’s briefing to the PTI

Government’s briefing to the PTI on the age of superannuation of the Central Government Employees

Age of superannuation of the Central Government Employees, Government’s briefing to the PTI
No.NC/JCM/2019

Dated: September 25, 2019

All Constituents of the JCM (Staff Side)

Dear Comrades,

Government’s briefing to the PTI on the age of superannuation of the Central Government Employees

There are serious rumours in the air that the Department of Personnel & Training (Government of India) has mooted a proposal in regard to age of superannuation of the Central Government Employees, laying down condition of either 33 years of Qualifying Service or 60 years of age, whichever is earlier. It is also being claimed by several sources that, this proposal has already been sent to the Finance Ministry for their approval.

Also check: Central Government employees who have put in 33 years service or attained the age of 60 years, whichever is earlier, shall retire on superannuation

In this connection, it is clarified that, this has not to be given any cognizance since it is not possible without prior consultation with the JCM(Staff Side), being an important matter of the service condition, affecting the Central Government Employees.

Sincerely yours,
(Shiva Gopal Mishra)
Secretary(Staff Side)
National Council(JCM)

Various Steps Taken to Safeguard Recruitment Examinations

Various Steps Taken to Safeguard Recruitment Examinations


Various Steps Taken to Safeguard Recruitment Examinations



Ministry of Labour & Employment
Various Steps Taken to Safeguard Recruitment Examinations

18 NOV 2019

The steps taken by the major recruitment agencies for the Central Government viz. Union Public Service Commission (UPSC), Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) and Staff Selection Commission (SSC) to safeguard the examination processes are enumerated below :

UPSC has started deploying low powered Jammers at the examination venues to prevent adoption of unfair means during the examinations by using mobiles phones, blue-tooth and other communicating devices.

Since, 2015, Computer Based Test (CBT) has been introduced in all Railway examinations. The internet domain, on which online CBTs are conducted, has the approval of Indian Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT-In). After written examination, link of question paper and corresponding responses made by candidates with answer key is provided to their registered emails.

Staff Selection Commission(SSC) migrated from erstwhile Optical Mark Recognition(OMR(-) based examination to computer based examinations from June, 2016, and has taken comprehensive measures which, inter-alia, include audit of examination venues, conduct of mock-tests, deployment of its representatives as Inspecting Officers at the examination venues, comprehensive CCTV coverage of the examination venues, etc

Thorough checking & frisking of candidates with the help of Hand-Held Metal Detectors, registering of their bio-metric attendance, taking and matching of their photographs, etc., are also carried out at the examination centres.

This information was given by Shri Santosh Kumar Gangwar Union Minister of State (I/C) for Labour and Employment in written reply to a question in Lok Sabha today.

PIB

Cadre Review of Post & Telegraphs Building Works Service Group A: DoT

Cadre Review of Post & Telegraphs Building Works Service Group A: DoT

No. 24-1/2019-EW
Government of India
Ministry of Communications
Department of Telecommunications
1105, Sanchar Bhawan, New Delhi 110001

Dated the November 14, 2019

OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Subject: Cadre Review of Posts & Telegraphs Building Works Service (P& T BWS), Group ‘A’

The Cabinet has approved the Cadre structure of Posts & Telegraphs Building Works Service (P& T BWS), Group ‘A’ as communicated vide Cabinet Secretariat Approval No. 34/CM/2019(i} dated 8th November 2019 (Case No. 296/34/2019).

Also check: Cabinet approves Cadre review of Posts & Telegraphs Building Works Service Group A

2. The Cadre strength of Posts & Telegraphs Building Works Service, Group ‘A’ and distribution of posts at various levels has been fixed as follows:

S.NoGradeElectricalCivilArchitectureNumber of Posts
1HAG (Higher Administrative Grade)


1*
2SAG (Senior Administrative Grade)73010
3JAG (Junior Administrative Grade)2811241
4STS (Senior Time Scale)1031647
5JTS (Junior Time Scale)1506

Duty Posts46508105

* Common cadre post in DoT

3. Further distribution of posts between Department of Telecommunications and Department of Posts will be issued separately.

4. There will be no fresh recruitment into P& T BWS cadre and the cadre will be phased out in such a manner that there is no adverse impact on the incumbents.

(S K Jain)
Dy Director General
Tel: 011 2371 0035

Source: DoT

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