Saturday, February 28, 2015
Member (P&V) has written a DO letter on 5th Feb, 2015 to all the Chief Commissioners to send the desired reports by 16th Feb, 2015.
No. of ACR/APAR dossiers, VC/IC etc. mentioned against each of the following zones are still pending :
1. Bangalore - 23
2. Vadodara - 11
3. Kolkata - 28
4. Delhi - 20
5. Hyderabad - 8
6. Mumbai - 24
7. Chennai - 5
8. Ranchi - 6
9. Lucknow - 11
10. Nagpur - 9
11. Shillong - 1
I request the leaders of the concerned zones and the central office bearers to take initiatives and pursue with the concerned zonal administrations, so that the ACR/APAR dossiers, VC/IC etc. are sent to the Board without any further delay. It is sad to note that the leaders of some of those very zones regularly pursue with us whereas the reports are pending from their zones themselves.
Wednesday, February 25, 2015
Onetime relaxation in the Recruitment Rule of Inspector, Senior Tax Assistant, Stenographer Grade-I (erstwhile Steno Grade –I & II) and Tax Assistant
With Reference to the Board's letter dated 09.02.2015 on the subject of "Onetime relaxation in the Recruitment Rule of Inspector, Senior Tax Assistant, Stenographer Grade-I (erstwhile Steno Grade –I & II) and Tax Assistant" this Association has submitted letter on 23.02.2015 to the Board with the request to consider onetime relaxation in the RRs of Inspector, STA & TA in the following forms, mentioned in the letter, is given below:
Sunday, February 15, 2015
Member (P&V), has issued D.O. letter on 5th Feb, 2015 to all the Chief Commissioners with the request to personally look into the matter in sending the ACR/APAR, VC/IC & Penalty statement for the last 10 years (along with the copies of Charge Sheet order) of 237 A.O.s for promotion to the grade of CAO, as per Annexure-I of Under Secretary's earlier letter dated 13th Jan, 2015 and so as to reach all the desired documents & information in complete, to the Board latest by 16th Feb, 2015 POSITIVELY. Member's (P&V) above D.O. letter dated 05.02.15 is posted below:
I request all the zonal leaders and central office bearers to take initiatives and pursue with the concerned zonal administrations, so that the reports are sent to the Board in time i.e. 16th Feb, 2015.
Wednesday, February 11, 2015
Board has issued letter under F.No.A 12018/9/2014-Ad.III B dated 09th February, 2015 to all the Chief Commissioners under CBEC with a request to send a detail vacancy report of their zones for consideration in the Board of ONE TIME RELAXATION IN THE RECRUITMENT RULES OF INSPECTOR, SENIOR TAX ASSISTANT, STENOGRAPHER GRADE-I (erstwhile Stenographer Grade-I & II) and TAX ASSISTANT. The same letter is posted below:-
I request all the zonal leaders and the central office bearers to take initiatives and pursue with the concerned zonal administrations, so that the report pertaining to one time relaxation in the RRs is sent to the Board immediately and a copy of the same report may also be sent to the All India Body (i.e.-email- email@example.com) so that the matter of one time relaxation in the RRs can be taken up with the Board in a much more effective manner.
Saturday, January 31, 2015
US, Ad.IIA section has issued letter on 13th January, 2015 seeking complete ACR/APAR, VC/IC, etc. in respect of 237 officers as per Annexure-I for convening DPC for promotion to the grade of CAO for the vacancy years 2013-14 and 2014-15. The complete report should be sent to the Board positively by 31th January, 2015. The above Board letter under F.No.A-32012/02/2014/ Ad.IIA dated 13.01.2015 along with the Annexure-I is furnished below:-
Sunday, January 25, 2015
Wednesday, December 31, 2014
Monday, December 22, 2014
|President - Ashim Pramanick [ Middle ]|
Asst. Secretary General - Tarun Kumar Seal [ left hand side ]
Organizing Secretary - G. Samdani Khan [ right hand side ]
In continuation to my earlier message on 19.12.2014 let me share some of the details on each of the following issues which were taken up during our last visit to Delhi:-
1. Promotion to Chief Accounts Officer (CAO) and updating of Seniority List of Administrative Officers:
While it is necessary to update the Seniority List of Administrative Officers, but the same should not be linked with holding of the next DPC of CAO. It was emphasized that Senior Administrative Officers are retiring every month without getting the promotion, despite availability of vacancy in the post of CAO. We have made a submission on this front (Click to see the copies of letters no. 1.Member(P&V) -Page1 & Page2, 2.JS(Admin.) and 3.Chairman).
Member (P&V) was in agreement with our suggestion and assured that necessary action will be initiated to hold the DPC for promotion to CAO on the basis of the final Seniority List of Administrative Officer (updated upto 2008). The Member (P&V) has also assured to see that the Seniority List of Administrative Officer is updated on receipt of full facts from the zones (reports were pending from Mumbai, Chennai and DG Inspection as on date).
2. Promotion to the post of Inspector:
This Association has made two separate submissions (Click to see the copies for relaxation letters no. 1.Member(P&V) and 2.DGHRD) and (also Click for Retention clause letters no. 1.Chairman, 2.JS(Admin.) and 3.Member(P&V)-Page1 and Page2, one on relaxation of provisions of the existing Recruitment Rule and the other on incorporation of “Retention” clause in the forthcoming Recruitment Rule of Inspector. The issues were discussed at length with Member (P&V), Deputy Secretary, Ad.IIIA & Ad.IIIB and Under Secretary, Ad.IIIA & Ad.IIIB. It was assured that the same will be examined. We need to follow rigorously on this front. I request the zonal leaders to come forward and make a concerted effort.
3. Operation of existing Recruitment Rule of Senior Tax Assistant (STA):
It has been the phenomena in most zones that the additional posts created in Executive Assistant (EA), are not being filled up for want of Recruitment Rule of EA etc. It was requested to issue a clarification on this front (Click to see the copies of the letters no. 1.Chairman, 2.JS(Admin.) and 3.Member(P&V)-Page1 & Page2). The fact remains that the existing Recruitment Rule of STA is still in vogue till the RR of EA is notified and it was requested to operate that RR to fill up the vacancies. The response was also positive and we expect some clarification from the Board.
4. Relaxation/Amendment in the Recruitment Rule of Tax Assistant (TA):
We have been making this request for quite some time to amend/relax the Recruitment Rule of TA to facilitate promotion from LDC. Board has also assured earlier to consider this request. We once again made similar request to Member (P&V) (Click to see the copies of the letters no. 1.Chairman-Page1 & Page2, 2.Member(P&V)-Page1 & Page2).
As tried to impress upon you that issues are required to be followed up on a regular basis to ensure some result. We are certainly lacking on this front. We don’t have the organization manpower to run an effective show at this moment. Thus it is imperative to induct some broadminded, energetic and willing person in the field of All India Association. I have already told you that All India Convention is likely to be held in Hyderabad in 2nd or 3rd week of April, 2015 to come and join us there.
With best wishes.
Saturday, December 20, 2014
NO PROPOSAL TO REDUCE RETIREMENT AGE OF CENTRAL GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES FROM 60 TO 58 YEARS – REPLIES MINISTER OF STATE FOR PERSONNEL, PUBLIC GRIEVANCES & PENSIONS
There is no proposal under consideration of Government to reduce the retirement age from 60 to 58 years for its employees.
The retirement age for Central Government employees was revised from 58 to 60 years in 1997 on the basis of recommendations of the 5th Central Pay Commission.
The Centre’s total wages and salaries bill for its employees for the year 2010-11, 2011-12 and 2012-13 is Rs. 85,963.50 crore, Rs. 92,264.88 crore and Rs. 1,04,759.71 crore, respectively.
This was stated by the Minister of State for Personnel, Public Grievances & Pensions, Dr. Jitendra Singh in a written reply to Sardar Sukhdev Singh Dhindsa, Dr. T Subbarami Reddy and Smt. Ambika Soni in Rajya Sabha.
Source: Press Information Bureau
Press Release of Ministry of Home Affairs
Attention of the Government has been drawn to some news items appearing in a section of the press regarding proposal of the Central Government to reduce the retirement age of Central Government employees from 60 years to 58 years.
It has been clarified that Government has no proposal to reduce the age of Central Government employees from 60 years to 58 years.
Source : Press Information Bureau
Income Tax Deduction from Salaries during FY 2014-15 under Section 192 of Income Tax 1961 – Circular No: 17 / 2014 issued by Income Tax Departmant
Labels: Income Tax