. FLASH !!! 7TH PAY ALLOWANCES APPROVED BY CABINET- SEE THE POST BELOW

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Please contribute for the above cause. All to deposit contributions in AICE Insprs' Assn a/c No.800171737 with Indian Bank Patna West Gandhi Maidan Br IFSC IDIB000P027.

Saturday, December 21, 2013

AN APPEAL BY COM.LOKNATH MISHRA

An appeal to all.
Dear Comrades,
After issue of notification on 18.12.2013 for implementation CR by CBEC many members have congratulated us stating that increase of 3107 nos. of Gr-A post during the ensuing CR is an achievement of AIACEGEO simultaneously many members have sent SMS and mails stating that “the giving of 2118 posts of Assistant Commissioners for a limited period without any benefit to the Cadre as a whole is like giving them (2118 persons) wings as given by nature to ants for their enjoyment of last flight before death" & “CR- what we got- Babaji ka thullu” ( as said in comedy nights wd Kapil) etc etc. Mainly many members have objected to para 4 of FNO. A.11019/08/2013-AdIV dated 18.12.2013 which provides that 2118 temporary Assistant Commissioner posts have been created for 5 years, and these posts will be filled up on promotion from the feeder grades specified in the relevant Recruitment Rules and the promotions against these vacancies shall not entail further promotion to any level beyond Junior Time Scale (JTS)”.
In this connection, we have already clarified that once a post is created whether temporary or permanent, it is not possible to abolish the same without conducting CR. Ministry of Finance OM No. A-11019/6/76-EGI dated 24.3.1976 inter alia provides that Administrative Departments may, if they are satisfied that the temporary posts are required for work of a permanent nature, convert with the approval of the respective internal FA, 90% of such posts in to permanent ones, provided they have been in existence for a continuous period of not less than 3 years. Ministry of Finance No. F.1 (a) E.II(A) 74 GID, below schedule III, DFP Rules, 1978 provides that an authority competent to create a post shall be competent to continue the temporary posts beyond the specified period. Hence these temporary posts can be converted to either permanent after 3 years or continue for a further period after 5 years. According to me it is better if these will continue temporary further, because there is no provision of direct recruitment for temporary posts. As regards , the stipulation that the provision against the temporary vacancies shall not entail further promotions to any level beyond JTS, we have already clarified that the same is clearly a violation of CAT, Chennai Bench order to the effect that on completion of 4 years in JTS one is entitled to get promotion to STS automatically ( CBEC has accepted and implemented the said CAT order). No executive order can be issued contradictory to any judicial decision , hence these stipulation will be overlooked and further promotions to STS posts will be allowed to the persons who will hold such temporary JTS posts if otherwise eligible for promotion. 
Now a question may arise as to why these temporary posts have been created?. In this connection, I would like to clarify that CBEC has initially recommended for creation of more than 4000 Gr-A posts and Department of Expenditure has also accepted the same but DOPT has mainly objected the CR of CBEC on the grounds that (i) more than 33.3% Gr-A posts can not be created in course of CR and (ii) as per the decision of Apex Court 50% newly created posts must be provided to direct recruitees. The DOPT has also raised such objection against the CR of CBDT also. As regards the CR of CBDT , it has been approved for 1489 nos. of Gr-A posts( 33.3% of 4192 of existing posts plus LR posts) . There is a provision of implementation of CR of CBDT in phase manner during five years and each and every year promotions will be allowed for 150 posts and also direct recruitment will be made for 150 posts. As per this restriction only 586 nos. Gr-A post were created for CBEC during the last CR of CBEC. Though there is no provision of direct recruitment in last CR but this time DOPT has compelled CBEC & CBDT to make a provision for direct recruitment. Considering both the issues DOPT suggested for creation of 989 Gr-A posts for CBEC( 33.3% of 2485 of existing posts plus 10 % of 1550) during the present CR. 
Friends , against the approval of CR of CBDT, both Associations of Income Tax Department , ITGOA & ITEF have started agitations and tried to influence FM through MPs but they could not add a single post with the approved posts. Like ITGOA, the All India Audit & Accounts Officers Association is also a very strong Association, but in their department the sanctioned strength of S AOs is near about 5000 nos and sanctioned strength of JTS posts is 900 and only 33.3% of JTS posts are reserved for promotion and there is also a age restriction of 53 years. However, through your co operation , we started agitation for approval of more nos. of Gr-A posts and tried to influence the FM and Chairperson etc. Due to our sincere efforts a formula was created by Expenditure for creation of temporary posts and finally it has been approved. The use of words that “ the posts are for 5 years and no further promotion etc. etc “ are only procedurals and I assured you that these temporary posts will not be abolished after 5 years and all persons who are to be promoted to such temporary posts will also be promoted further if eligible.
Friends we know our stagnation issue including the issues of regional disparity and intra cadre disparity can not be removed unless a flexible promotional scheme is being introduced in our cadre. Our Secretary General has already informed that “The issue of stagnation in the cadre of Superintendent was discussed in the meeting of the group of ministers (GOM) on 17.12.2013 independent of cadre restructuring. It was referred to the GOM by the Administrative Reforms Commission on the basis of representations submitted by AIACEGEO for creation of a separate service and removal of stagnation and parity with base cadres and preparation of all India base cadres seniority lists. 2ndly as per the recommendations of the Cadre Review Committee/ Committee of Secretaries, CBEC is also on the job to prepare some scheme for group B officers independent of cadre restructuring. Let's see the result and be well prepared to follow the step/steps to be taken by the Association, if scheme is contrary to our interest. No need to say that our aim is to get all of our officers entered into PB4 and a good number of them into even higher levels. If it is possible for other counterparts of ours, there should be no problem to happen it for us too”. 
Therefore only I can appeal to all of you that please be united to achieve our ultimate goals for removal of staganation.
With regards.
LOKANATH MISHRA

Wednesday, December 18, 2013

CONSTITUTION OF COMMITTEE ON CADRE RESTRUCTURING

Cadre Restructuring Committees


CR NOTIFICATION

Cadre Restruct Ins


NOTIFICATION FOR APPROVAL OF NEW POSTS ON CADRE RESTRUCTURING OF CBEC IS ISSUED

The CBEC vide F.No.A.11019/08/2013-AD -IV dated 18.12.2013 has
issued notification for approval of  creation of total numbers 18067 posts.
 As regards Group-A posts the break up is furnished below.
 PrCC-14
CC-38
PC-53
Com-45
ADC/JC-339
DC-200
AC-300
Temp AC-2118.
Para 3 of the notification provides that all regular posts will be filled up as
per RRs(50% for direct, 50% for promotee).
Para 4 of the notification provides that temporary posts will be filled up
 by promotion from feeder carders on the basis of prescribed ratio.
The promotion against these temporary vacancies shall not entail
further promotion to any level beyond JTS.(That means temporary
 promotees  will have to be regularised against regular posts and
 thereafter will be entitled for further promotion).
Pending notification of revised RRs, the newly created posts will
 be filled up on the basis of extant guidelines of RRs issued by DOPT. 

Sunday, December 15, 2013

INSPECTOR TO SUPDT PROMOTION HYD CCA


SRI.U.S.ENAYATULLAH AND SRI. M.A.RAVOOF HAVE BEEN PROMOTED AS SUPDTS.VIDE ORDER ISSUED BY COMMISSIONER -I HYDERABAD ON FRIDAY THE 13TH DECEMBER 2013. COPY WILL BE POSTED ON 16.12.2013.


Friday, December 13, 2013

UPDATE ON CR BY SRI. RAVI MALIK SG AIACEGEO

Regarding issue of the cadre restructuring notification and DPC against existing vacancies of AC.


Dear friends,

Namaste.
I am getting regular queries regarding the cadre restructuring notification
and DPC against existing vacancies of AC. 
1. As far as the notification on cadre restructuring is concerned, the
 minutes of the cabinet meeting have been finalised and sent to our
department. Now, notification may expectedly be issued within next week.
All the units as well as zonal office bearers are once again requested to
expedite the information already sought by HRD from all CCA's in r/o cadre
restructuring.
2. As far as the DPC against existing vacancies of AC is concerned, the
 UPSC has sought some clarification from DOPT/CBEC regarding 
some judgement of  Punjab & Haryana  High Court. The DPC
 for all the departments from group B to group A have been put on hold
 by UPSC for the want of this clarification. This clarification perhaps 
relate to some reservation issue. 
Love,
Ravi Malik.
SG/AIACEGEO.

Wednesday, December 11, 2013

VACANCIES IN CENTRAL GOVT. SERVICES

Vacancies in Central Government Services




           
 Group-wise estimated number of vacant posts of regular 
Central Government Civilian Employees as on 01.03.2012 is as follows:-

                   Group
Number of Vacant posts
A
12909
B(Gazetted)
10116
B (Non-Gazetted)
30977
C (Non Gazetted)*
546011
Total
600013

Erstwhile Group D posts have been categorized as Group C 
after implementation of 6thCPC. 

No such decision has been taken by the Government to reduce
 certain percentage of posts annually.  As per the Office 
Memorandum issued by the Ministry of Finance 
(Department of Expenditure) on 18.09.2013 on 
‘Expenditure Management – Economy measures
 and rationalization of Expenditure’, posts that have 
remained vacant for more than a year are not to be 
revived except under very rare and unavoidable 
circumstances and after seeking clearance
 of Department of Expenditure.  Individual 
Ministries/Departments have to take necessary action 
to fill up vacant posts in their Departments.

This was stated by Shri V. Narayanasamy
MOS (PP) in written reply to a
 question byShri A. Sampath , Shri Ashok Kumar 
RawatShri Vilas MuttemwarDr.Ram 
Chandra Dome and Shri M.B.Rajesh in Lok Sabha today.

*****

Monday, December 9, 2013

IF YOU ARE JUST MISSING AC PROMOTION IN THIS CR, CHECK IF YOU CAN MAKE IT IN NEXT FIVE YEARS

BY THIS TIME ALL THE OFFICERS MUST HAVE COME TO KNOW THEIR STATUS OF PROMOTION AS AC IN THE SENIORITY LIST. LITTLE ANALYSIS IS MADE HERE TO SHOW THE OFFICERS LIKELY TO GET PROMOTION DURING NEXT FIVE YEARS BY CALCULATING RETIREMENTS.

HERE IS THE LIST OF SUPERINTENDENTS RETIRING IN NEXT FIVE YEARS. THIS DOES NOT INCLUDE THE EXISTING ACs/DCs. OBCs ARE INCLUDED IN GEN.

General (incl.SC+ST) = SC/ST promoted in general quota.


RETIREMENTS OF SUPDTS FOR NEXT FIVE YEARS
Category
2014
2015
2016
2017
2018
TOTAL
General
(incl.SC+ST)
532
528
616
541
499
2716
SC
49
54
64
54
54
275
ST
11
14
20
31
26
102
G.TOTAL
592
596
700
626
579
3093


THIS LIST IS PREPARED BASED ON THE SENIORITY LIST PREPARED BY SRI.RAJENDRAN SUPDT.

Saturday, December 7, 2013

Process to Constitute the 7th Central Pay Commission Along with Finalization of Its Terms of Reference, The Composition and Timeframe Initiated

The Government has initiated the process to constitute the 7th Central Pay Commission along with finalization of its Terms of Reference, the composition and the possible timeframe for submission of its Report. The date of effect thereof will be known once the Report is available. 

This was stated by Shri Namo Narain Meena, Minister of State in the Ministry of Finance in a written reply to a question in the Lok Sabha here today. 

.
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PIB

Friday, December 6, 2013

CONGRATS....CR APPROVED

 CONGRATULATION COMRADES !!!  THE UNION CABINET TODAY APPROVED THE CADRE RESTRUCTURING OF  CENTRAL EXCISE & CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT!!!
Dear friends,
Namaste.
Cadre restructuring has now been approved by the cabinet resulting in the promotions of thousands of our officers to group ‘A’ which never happened in the history. Likewise, thousands of Inspectors & Ministerial officers will get promotion and the benefit will also cascade to lower side. Only a few of us were able to get entry into group ‘A’ at the fag end of career till date but now it is the historic moment for the celebrations. Thanks to all who toiled and contributed for this success of the Association. Also thanks to all of the concerned authorities including FM, Cabinet Secretary, Revenue Secretary, Expenditure Secretary, DOPT Secretary, our Chairperson & Members of CBEC, our DG & ADG of HRD alongwith their Addl. Commissioners to Asstt. Addl. Directors/Superintendents & other staff.
But this is not the final celebration. We have still to do a lot for our officers and our fight will continue until all of our officers are able to at least attain Ist stage of PB4 level.  So, we have to be ready for further steps to be taken by our Association including strong & effective agitational programme at the appropriate time.
Alongwith agitational programmes & administrative efforts, we may need to take legal recourse on many of the issues. There are already at least 6 cases being pursued in the legal courts- i) parity in promotions with intra-organisational counterparts in Delhi CAT (we may also need to file the legal case regarding promotional parity, functional or non-functional, also with inter-departmental counterparts if govt doesn’t do anything in the matter in consonance of the recommendations of CRC to do something extra for group ‘B’ officers), ii) time scale in PB3 in Delhi CAT, iii) undoing of offsetting of MACP upgradation with time scale & undoing of para 8.1 in Delhi CAT (as per legal advice, we may have also to file one independent case on undoing of para 8.1 after going through the reply of the govt), iv) arrears of pay in Cuttack CAT, v) pay scale of Superintendent in Cuttack CAT and vi) arrears of pay in Jabalpur High Court filed by the then Inspectors Association. As far as the Jabalpur High Court case is concerned, our Association may have to become party in this case to expedite it because the reply of the govt has already been filed but rejoinder is still awaited to be filed. This case was posted in the month of September, 13 but didn’t come to hearing. Whatever will be the result, we have to expedite it as all of then Inspectors have now been become Superintendents and they are also keeping retired on regular basis. One of our officers, who is one individual party in this case, contacted the concerned advocate but he (advocate) didn’t respond properly saying that he would talk to the office bearer of the then Inspectors Association only. So, our role starts in the matter. Not only these cases, we may have to file some more cases including benefit of time scale to all concerned Superintendents after Ist ACP during the stint as Inspector, benefit of stepping up of pay under ACP/MACP to all concerned Superintendents, implementation of extended panel to benefit our officers, issuance of fire arm on sale basis instead of loan etc. and many more if the concerned authorities have deaf ear to our causes. We need hefty funds not only for the legal issues but also for many other miscellaneous purposes. So, all the units are requested to clear their dues including subscription & funds immediately, rather in advance also. All are requested to fund the Association maximum to their capacity. All individuals are also requested to fund the Association, so that none of our causes is defeated at least for the want of funds. If even only Rs. 5000/- per individual are funded to our Association, it will result into a very big legal fund. Everybody knows that an amount of Rs. 5000/- is merely a meagre amount per gazetted officer in the present time but this meagre amount will result into hefty legal funds, if we all take interest. Small drops will certainly accumulate into big ocean by this. And we have to make it a regular habit like making charity for ourselves.
The notification regarding cadre restructuring is now expected to be issued very soon on receipt of the minutes of the cabinet meeting by CBEC. As a result of it, the process of promotion of 2118+150 group B officers to group A will start. In addition to it, around 344 promotions will cascade from higher side. And DPC for around 149 existing vacancies of AC is already on the cards and around 125 more existing vacancies should also cascade from higher side. So friends, it is the time of celebrations for all of us. None of our senior now will retire without promotion. Moreover, the retirement vacancies against 2118 will be utilized for the promotion of promote officers only without any Direct Recruitment against these for coming 5 years. I hope that nobody will like to halt the process by adopting any legal measure in individual interest regarding cadre restructuring.  
Love,
Ravi Malik.
SG/AIACEGEO

Thursday, December 5, 2013

CONGRATS... CR IS BEING APPROVED BY CABINET TODAY

FLASH   !!! AS PER THE INFORMATION RECEIVED FROM SG AIACEGEO IT APPEARS THAT THE CR NOTE HAS BEEN PUT UP TO PRESENT CABINET, MAY BE APPROVED TODAY.

Tuesday, December 3, 2013

REQUEST FROM RAVI MALIK

Dear friends,
Namaste.
1. All are requested to kindly furnish the following information to the AIB treating the same as THE MOST IMMEDIATE-
i) Names of the Inspectors of Income Tax who have recently become Commissioner or Addl. Commissioner.
ii) Names of the Inspectors of Income Tax who are to become Commissioner or Addl. Commissioner in the near future.
2. The AIB has been given the understanding that a few units are trying to go to the legal court through some of their officers on the issue of regional disparities. If it is true, the implementation of cadre restructuring may be affected adversely and our senior officers waiting for the promotion at the fag end of the career may not be promoted & keep retiring without IInd promotion. As far as the regional disparities are concerned, the same will automatically be removed if we are able to get parity with the common entry counterparts for which a case is already being pursued in the Principal Bench of CAT by the AIB. It is, therefore, requested to all to fight unitedly to get parity with the common entry counterparts instead of inciting infighting between us. Such infighting may only stall the implementation of the ensuing cadre restructuring. So, it is advised to every body not to kindly take any step to harm the interest of our senior retiring officers.  
Love,
Ravi Malik.
SG/AIACEGEO

Friday, November 15, 2013

LATEST CR POSITION

Dear friends,
Namaste.
1. As we all know that DG, HRD of CBEC vide F.NO. 8/B/154/HRD(HRM)/2013 Dt. 03.09.13 asked all CC’s to send the draft notifications for the reorganised set up alogwith jurisdictional map, projection of the requirement of office space & related infrastructure and updating of APAR’s/ACR’s of the officers under their respective charges. All the units & office bearers are requested to pursue the matter for early action with reference to above said letters of DG, HRD and hold the meetings with the concerned CC/Commr, if required. 
2. The cabinet note for cadre restructuring is already under process and has been signed today by the FM. It is expected to be placed before the cabinet on 21.11.13 or 28.11.13.
3. On persuasion of the AIB, the CRC headed by the Cabinet Secretary has asked the CBEC to do something more in addition to the CR to remove the stagnation of group B officers. As a result, the National Productivity Council has been hired for this purpose by the CBEC. A meeting was held yesterday with Sh. Suryaprakash, the Director of NPC, on the issue. He was apprised everything and the relevant documents were also handed over to him regarding our stagnation.
                4. Friends, no doubt that the creation of more nos. posts of AC, whether regular or temporary, under CR is a great achievement of our AIB. As a result, around 60% of group B officers will enter into group A during coming five years. But this is not our aim. Our aim is to get our officers entered into PB4 which is not possible without our united efforts. So, be well prepared to make all united efforts for the same.
                5. All the units are again requested to clear their dues and also donate maximum possible funds to the AIB.
Love,                                                                                                             
Ravi Malik.
SG/AIACEGEO.

Tuesday, November 12, 2013

MUHARRAM HOLIDAY CHNAGED TO 15TH NOVEMBER 2013 FOR THE CG OFFICES LOCATED IN DELHI/NEW DELHI


                                                                                                                              MOST IMMEDIATE
F.No.l2/10/2013-JCA-2 
Government of India 
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions 
(Department of Personnel and Training) 

North Block, New Delhi                                                                       Dated the lith November, 2013
                                                            OFFICE MEMORANDUM

                                          Subject: Change in the date of Holiday onthe occasion of Muharram -reg.

                   The Holiday on the occasion of Muharram was listed on Thursday the 14" November, 2013vide Annexure I of this Department's O.M. No 12/4/2012-JCA-2 dated 5th June, 2012. This was dependent on sighting of the Moon. It has now been decided that for offices in Delhi / New Delhi, the Holiday on the occasion of Muharram will now be on Friday, the 15" November, 2013 and all Central Government Administrative offices located in Delhi / New Delhi shall remain closed on account of Muharram on 15th November, 2013. 

2. Hindi version will follow.
                                                                                                                           Deputy secretary (JCA)
                                                                                                                                     2309 2589

1.All Ministries/ Departments of Government of India.
2. UPSC/CVC/C&AG/ PMO / Lok Sabha Secretariat/ Rajya Sabha Secretariat/
President's SecretariatNice-President's Secretariat1 Su~reme Court1 High
Court/Central ~drninistrative Tribunal/ Election ' Cornkission of 1ndia-/
Minorities Commission/ National Human Rights Commission/Central
Information Commission/National Commission for Women.
3.All attached and subordinate offices of Ministry of Personnel, P.G. &Pensions.
4. Secretary, Staff Side, National Council (JCM), 13-C, Ferozeshah Road, New
Delhi.
5. All Staff Side Members of the National Council (JCM).
6. All Staff Side Members of the Departmental Council (JCM), Ministry of
Personnel, P.G. and Pensions. 7. Commissioner for Scheduled Castes /Commissioner for Scheduled Tribes.
8. PS to Cabinet Secretary.
9. Deputy Secretary (Coordination), Delhi Govt. Secretariat, I G Stadium, I.T.O.,
New Delhi.
lo. The Manager (Store), Government of India, Forms Store, 166, Lenin Sarani,
Kolkata
11. Chief Secretaries to all the State Governments / Union Territories.
12, Directorate of Advertising and Visual Publicity, PTI Building, New Delhi
13. Deputy Director (Bills), Dte. of Printing, B-Wing, Nirman Bhavan, New Delhi
14. Positional Astronomy Centre, Block-AQ, Plot No.8 Sector-V, Salt lake, Manish
Bathan, Kolkata - 700091
15. Facilitation Center, DOP&T (20 copies)
16. NIC (DOPT) with the request to place this O.M. on the Website of the
Department (www.persmin.nic.in) 

Saturday, November 9, 2013

CADRE RESTRUCTURING PROPOSALS OF CBEC---- PRESENT POSITION------.

Dear friends,
Namaste.
 The CR note has also been concurred by DOPT perhaps with some minor
 observations. It is now expected to be sent to the cabinet next week and
 placed before cabinet on 20/21.11.13.
Regards,
RAVI MALIK,
Secretary General,
All India Association of Central Excise Gazetted Executive Officers. 
Mob 9868816290

Friday, November 8, 2013

PRESENT POSITION OF CR, - PAYMENT OF DUES - &- SCHEME ON REMOVAL OF REGIONAL DISPARITY.

Dear friends,
Namaste.
1. Many colleagues are inquiring daily about the status of CR. It is expected to 
be placed before cabinet during this month. Before sending to cabinet, the cabinet
 note is sent to Law, Exp., DOPT, Cab Sec & PMO to be returned within
 mandatory period. If not returned within mandatory period, it is treated as deemed
 concurred. Law & Exp have already concurred it, it is also expected to be
 returned within this week from DOPT with their observations. Cab Sec & 
PMO generally don't respond to this formal note. So, it is expected to be sent to
 cabinet after the expiry of mandatory period accordingly.
2. All the units are requested to kindly clear their dues at an early date. As we 
all know, the Association has filed the legal cases relating to parity in promotions,
 time scale in PB3, MACP offset etc. Some more cases may also be filed by
 the Association in the interest of the cadre in the future. We all know that legal 
cases can't be won without hiring the senior advocates in the present time who
 always charge hefty amounts per hearing. Therefore, all the units are also
 requested to donate the maximum funds to the Association in the common
 interest in addition to the subscription. 
3. Sh. P. D. Nimhan is requested to kindly procure the scheme to remove
 regional disparities in promotions from our Pune Unit as was disclosed by 
the said unit in the Patna AEC meeting that they have some scheme to
 remove regional disparities without harming the interest of any other
 unit/officer. Sh. Nimhan may kindly forward the same to the SG, so that
 it may be circulated to the members of the Committee formed for the purpose
 as well as all the units for further action. 
 Love,

RAVI MALIK,
Secretary General,
All India Association of Central Excise Gazetted Executive Officers. 
Mob 9868816290

Tuesday, November 5, 2013

APPEAL TO THE ENTIRE CUSTOMS AND CENTRALEXCISE FRATERNITY. BY COM.LOKNATH MISHRA PRESIDENT AIACEGEO


Every one of our Department is aware that the approval of CR proposals of CBEC is at present in advance stage. With much difficulty our Association has pressurized the CBEC for approval of more nos. of AC posts for removal of stagnation as existed in our cadres. Though the total nos. of Gr-A posts to be sanctioned will not solve our stagnation issue, however in some extent it can help most of our senior officers to induct in Gr-A at their fag end of service career. Many of us worked day and night and used our personal contracts for approval of CR. We consider approval of such huge nos. of Gr-A post is an achievement of our members. But recently through blog posts/web sides/ face book/emails etc. it has come to our notice that some of our friends have prepared the ground works to file OA in different CATs to stay the implementation of the CR. Basically some of our friends are interested to file OA in CAT on the following issues:
1. Removal of regional disparity in promotions retrospectively duly recasting the seniority list considering the date of joining in the grade of Inspector.
2. Removal of regional disparity in promotions prospectively.
3. Revision of the seniority list as more nos. of officers occupied the positions in excess the sanctioned strength because of allowing of notional promotion in accordance with court orders, regularization of adhoc promotions, regular promotions against the vacancies arose on account of deputations etc. 
4. Recasting of seniority list for implementation of different Court decisions.
All the above issues are related to revision of seniority only. We can not compel any individual officer for not to file any court case, but as per our experiences, we are sufferers because of filing of different court cases. Few examples are furnished below to show that as to how we suffered because of filing of different court cases.
1. Against Gr-A RRs, we filed case in Apex Court , but the verdict came totally against us in fixing ratio 6.1.2.
2. We filed contempt for wrong implementation of WP No 306/88, the contempt was reverted to a clarificatory petition and the decision came against us.
3. We filed contempt against the decision of OA No 45/2000, while the matter was pending with Ministry of Laws. Though Ministry of Laws gave the opinion for implementation of the decision, but before the receiving the opinion from Ministry of Law , Board rejected for consideration of implementation of OA No 45/2000.
4. We filed Contempt for non implementation of ratio 13.2.1 retrospectively, but decision came against us.
5. We filed CAT cases against the implementation of last CR. All such cases were rejected and the CR was delayed for one year un necessarily.
There are so many examples like above, which all of us know it very well. Thousands of our senior officers are waiting for the implementation of cadre restructuring and expecting for next promotion at the fag end of the career. If the implementation of CR will be delayed because of any Court case, then near about 3000 seniors will retire without getting further promotions. Therefore, I ,appeal to the entire fraternity of our Customs and Central Excise Department that if any one is interested to file any court case , then instead of praying to stay the future promotions, please make a prayer that promotions may be allowed subject to the out come final decision of such case. So that promotions will be allowed and if court will give any decision in their favours, then automatically they will be allowed notional promotions.

Revised staffing norms as applicable to Hyderabad CCA in Superintendent Cadre after reduction in posts by DoP&T


The existing sanctioned strength of Superintendents in each Central Excise Commissionerate has been reduced to 50 from the present 80 – loss of 30 posts and in the Cadre of Inspectors it is brought down from 120 to 80 – loss of 40 posts. This reduction has been done apparently in view of creation of independent Audit and Service Tax Commissionerates. DC/AC Posts in CE is 10, Service Tax 13 and Audit Comm’te 18.
After this reduction, the following is the staffing pattern in the cadre of Superintendents in Hyderabad CCA:
I.                   Total Central Excise Comm’tes:   7   X  50   =   350
(3 in Hyd and four in Vizag)
II.                 Total Audit Comm’tes:                3     X 90   =   270
(Two in Hyd and one in Vizag)   
III.               Total Service Tax Comm’te:      1     X 80   =     80
IV.             Total Customs Comm’tes:            2     X 80  =    160
(One in Hyd and another in
    Vijayawada)
      V         Present SEZ  SS Posts                                          50       
                                                                                    _____________
Total Sanctioned Strength
Including Customs Comm’tes
and SEZ after CR:                                                    910 
Present SS (including SEZ)                                      778
                                                                                                      ________
          Net new Posts                                                 132
                                                                              _______
            Consequential Vacancies:                              30
                                                                                _______
      Total Net New Posts                                         162
                                                                              ________

Note:  The new sanctioned strength is calculated on the assumption that the sanctioned strength of two  new Customs Commissionerates will be allotted to the Central Excise pool. Otherwise, if 160 new Superintendent posts of these Customs Commissionerates are excluded from the new SS, there will be reduction in the actual SS posts after CR  when compared to the present SS.
Source: Hydexcust