Recruitment on Deputation basis -NOTIFICATION


                                                     Government of India
                               Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions
                                             (Department of Personnel and Training)
                                                  New Delhi, the 6th January, 2010


               G.S.R. (E): In exercise of the powers conferred by the proviso to clause (3) of article 320 of the Constitution, the President hereby makes the following regulations further to amend the Union Public Service Commission (Exemption from Consultation) Regulations, 1958, namely:.

1.      (1) These regulations may be called the Union Public Service Commission (Exemption from Consultation] Amendment Regulations, 2010
        (2) They shall come into force on the date of their publication in the Official Gazette.

2. In Schedule-I1 to the Union Public Service Commission (Exemption from Consultation) Regulations, 1958, after item 5, the following item shall be added, namely:.

"6. Recruitment on deputation basis as may be made at any time within a period of three years to the posts of Superintendent of Police (Non-IPS), Additional Superintendent of Police, Deputy Superintendent of Police, Deputy Legal Adviser, Senior Public Prosecutor, Public Prosecutor, Senior System Analyst, Programmer, Assistant Programmer, Network Administrator, Administrative Officer, Inspectors, Sub-Inspectors, Office Superintendent, Senior Private Secretary,Stenographer Grade-CfPersonal Assistant, Assistant and Accounrant in the National Investigation Agency under the Ministry of Home Affairs, for full
deputation tenure.".

                                 [No. 39018/ 11 /2009-Estt.(B)]
                          Joint Secretary to the Government of India

Promotion at the level for JS and above - Revised Guidelines.

                                                        No. 22011/3/2007-Estt(D)
                                                         Government of India
                               Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions.
                                             (Department of Personnel and Training)
                                                    North Block, New Delhi
                                                    Dated 18th February 2008

Subject:- DPC Guidelines - Benchmark prescription for promotion at the level for JS and above - Revised Guidelines.

                 The undersigned is directed to invite reference to Department of Personnel and Training (DoPT) Officer Memorandum No.35034/7/97 dated February 8.2.2002 which contains instructions on 'Benchmark' for assessment of performance and the manner in which select panel has to be arranged on the basis of inter-se seniority, subject to achievement of benchmark, for promotion to various levels of post/grade. Attention is
also invited to the DOPT OM No.1 22011/5/86-Estt (D) dated April 10, 1989 [as amended by OM No. 2201115/91-Estt (0) dated March 27, 19971.which contains instructions on Departmental Promotion Committees (DPCs) and related matter.

2.                      While considering a proposal of the Department of Revenue, the ACC has observed that the benchmark of 'Very Good', in terms of instructions issued by the Department of Personnel and Training, is applicable to all promotions at the level of Deputy Secretary and above. A natural corollary is that the benchmark presctiption is  adhered to rigorously as one goes up higher the ladder. Therefore, at the joint Secretary and Additional Secretary level, the requirement should be of meeting the 'Very Good'
benchmark without fail.

3.           The observations of the ACC have been examined in consultation with the UPSC.In order to ensure greater selectivity at higher level of administration, the DPC may ensure that for the promotion to the scale of Rs. 18,400-22,400 and above, the prescribed benchmark of 'Very Good' is invariably met in all ACRs of five years under consideration. The DPC, in terms of guidelines of this Department, is required to
make its own assessment on the basis of entries in the CRs and not be guided merely by the overall grading. In cases where the assessment by DPCs are apparently not in line with the grades in the ACRs, the DPC should appropriately substantiate its assessment by giving reasons , so that the appointing authority could factor these while taking a view on the suitability of officer for promotion

4.            The instructions contained in this Office Memorandum shall come into force from the panel year 2008-09. Ministries/Departments are requested to give wide circulation to these revised instructions for general guidance in the matter.

(Smita Kumar)

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