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Friday, October 17, 2014

PROMOTION TO THE GRADE OF CAO

Dear Comrades,
                     Proposal  for  DPC  for  promotion to Chief Accounts 
Officer (CAO) for the vacancy years 2010-11, 2011-12 and 2012-13
 is now 100%  complete.  It  has  already  been  re-submitted  to 
UPSC and the file is being processed for an date of the DPC.  
Our Chairperson has written a DO letter to the Chairman of 
 UPSC for an  early  date  of  DPC,  preferably  before her 
superannuation on 31.10.2014.  Further message follows:

                                                                               Yours Comradely,

                                                                                             Sd/-
                                                                             (Ashim Pramanick)
                                                                                       President
                                                                             

NEW LOCATION CODES FOR NEW COMMISSIONERATES

THE BOARD HAS ISSUED NEW LOCATION CODES FOR COMMISSIONERATES
CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS

Thursday, October 9, 2014

NEXT MEETING OF STAGNATION COMMITTEE WILL BE HELD ON 09.10.14 AT NEW DELHI.

In course of our discussions with Chairperson , CBEC, we have interalia

 rose one issue for  immediate introduction of a flexible promotional 

scheme on in situ basis with a provision of  batch wise up gradation in 

our cadre. Chairperson explained that the stagnation committee

 is examining as to how the stagnation as existed in our cadre can
be solved in a long term basis, introduction of flexible promotional
 scheme on in situ basis and batch wise upgradation etc.  as per the
 direction of Cabinet Secretary. Hence she told that these issues can
 be taken  on the basis of report of such committee , which is yet to
 submit it's report. However on our request she has agreed to instruct
 the committee to submit it's report urgently. Accordingly the next date 
of the meeting of such committee is fixed to 09.10.14 and all the
 recognised associations have been informed by such committee to 
attend such meeting on 09.10.14.

Source:Cengoindia

Tuesday, October 7, 2014

M.R.SRINIVAS SUPDT IS NO MORE

Sri. M.R.Srinivas Supdt. has passed away today at OMNI Hospital Kothapet. He was suffering with Oral Cancer. He belongs to 1994 batch Inspectors.

MY HEARTIEST CONDOLENCES TO HIS BEREAVED FAMILY. 
MAY HIS SOUL  REST IN PEACE

Wednesday, September 17, 2014

CR Formations NT Notifications issued by Board


The date of effect is 15-10-2014. So all the new Formations (new Commissionerates, Directorates, present Commissionerates reorganised  and designated authorities) will take effect from 15-10-2014. 
As far as Hyderabad CCA is concerned, location of Formations of is as follows. 
I. Vizag Zone:
    Vizag-I  Comm'te in Vizag.
    Kakinada Comm'te (Vizag-II) in Kakinada
    Nellore Comm'te with Districts of Nellore, Ongole and Cuddapah (Vizag-III) in Nellore
    Tirupati Commte without Cuddapah in Tirupati
    Guntur  Commte without Districts of Nellore and Ongole in Guntur.
    Vizag Audit Commite in Vijayawada for entire Vizag Zone
    Vizag Customs (Preventive) Comm'te without Vizag Port, Gangavaram Port in Vijayawada.
    Vizag Appeal-I in Vishakapatnam
    Vizag Appeal-II in Vijaywada.

II.  Hyderabad Zone:
     Hyderabad-I with present jurisdiction with addition of ICD in Medak Dist. 
     Hyderabad-II  with present Central Excise with addition of Hyderabad-J Div and Kathedan and Gaganpahad Ranges of Hyd-IV Comm'te
     Hyderabad-III  with ICD in Mahabubnagar Dist but without Hyderabad-J Division.
     Hyderabad-IV without Kathedan and Gaganpahad Ranges
    Hyderabad ST Comm'te with only Hyderabad Dist i.e. present Hyderabad-II ST Assessee Base
    Hyderabad Audit  Comm'te – Total Hyderabad Zone.
    Hyderabad Customs Comm'te – RGIA Airport, Sanathnagar ICD, Air Cargo.
    III. Order of Promotions to Group-B Cadre in Hyderabad CCA:
         DPCs have already been completed. Order of promotions including to Superintendent Cadre  will be issued in the forenoon of 30th September,2014 w.e.f. afternoon of 30th September,2014. All the newly promoted officers will have to work in their present places till 15th October,2014 before which date their allotment orders will be issued. 
       All newly notified formations will start functioning from 15-th October,2014 before which Board is likely to issue promotions upto JC and above except to the entry level of Group-A Cadre i.e. Asst.Commissioner. If promotions cannot be given additional charges may be given to all the Group-A officers till DPCs are conducted and promotions are effected.

Source: Hydexcust

Friday, August 22, 2014

Aadhaar based Biometric Attendance System in Central Government Offices


Telegraph has published the following news on Aadhaar based Biometric Attendance System in Central Government Offices
Aadhaar watch on babus
The sarkari babu will have to make every minute count.
The Narendra Modi government has ordered that an Aadhaar Enabled Biometric Attendance System (AEBAS) be implemented in all central government offices.
A circular issued to all central government offices in the capital today has also asked employees, of all ranks, to submit their contact details (email ID, residential address, telephone and personal mobile phone numbers) to the department of personnel and training that is with the Prime Minister’s Office.

Delhi police are already building a databank containing the cellphone number, email ID, name, rank and “personal number” and of every city cop, from constable to commissioner, on the orders of the PMO. A letter from the home ministry on August 5 had asked for such a databank, which will also include the municipality in which the cop lives. “All the station house officers are on the job,” an officer said.
The circular issued today does not give a date from which the new attendance system will be implemented. It says “Aadhaar number is mandatory to register attendance”.
At least one state — Jharkhand — has begun implementing the AEBAS. But a central government order means the system will have to be adopted across the country.
The system will be implemented in the capital first and then in all central offices outside New Delhi. The order is binding on all employees, including those in the armed forces.
To implement the system, all offices will have to install fingerprint scanners with Wi-fi Internet. The objective of the system, sources said, is “to check absenteeism and measure the time an employee spends in office and the time he or she checks in and checks out”.
Similar systems have been implemented in many corporate offices, both in the private and the public sector, though they are not based on Aadhaar, the card issued to citizens by the Unique Identification Authority of India that was headed by Nandan Nilekani and created by the UPA II government of Manmohan Singh in 2009.
The system will also seek to ensure that employees cannot backdate attendance or mark attendance for someone else.
On July 1, Nilekani had met Modi and finance and defence minister Arun Jaitley and given a presentation on the Aadhaar scheme that impressed the new regime.
Police clueless
Delhi police have been left befuddled by the message from the PMO asking for the databank.
“This is unprecedented. We are not clear about the objective behind it,” a senior officer said in private.
“It seems the PMO is going to be the new control room for everything: it will keep a tab on all government officials including the police,” conjectured an IPS official posted in the home ministry.
The Delhi police, who claim to be the world’s largest metropolitan force with their 80,000 personnel including nearly 50,000 constables, have thrown themselves into the massive exercise.
Delhi’s is the only police force in the country that is under the Union home ministry’s direct control. Police sources said the directive came in the form of a ministry letter dated August 5.
Additional deputy commissioner Mahesh Batra then wrote to all the zonal deputy commissioners to help prepare the databank.
“May kindly direct the concerned to collect the same from every employee under your control and feed the information by August 13,” says the letter, dated August 11, of which The Telegraph has a copy.
“There will not be an extension of this date, being time-bound requirement by Prime Minister’s Office….”
Not surprisingly, the deadline has been missed. A senior officer said the task would be completed by the end of this month.