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UT Cadre AIS officers to be send to J&K & Ladakh from now on!

With Jammu and Kashmir acquiring a new status of Union Territory from October 31 by getting bifurcated into two Union Territories, the status of IAS and IPS officers working there will also be changed. The old officers will continue with their job in these newly created UTs. However, new recruits will be placed under AGMUT cadre.

As per the Jammu and Kashmir Reorganisation Bill, 2019 other officers will continue with their services as per the new order till the new LG promulgates new orders. As per the news Act IAS, IPS and IFS cadre will be working but decisions on them will now be taken by LG with the consultation of Home ministry.

30 Oct 2019
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Three IFoS officers may be shown doors

Indianmandarins has reliably learn that NaMo administration may give ‘compulsory retirement’ to three senior officers belonging to Indian Forest Service under the provision of All India Service (DCRB) Rule 1958. Reportedly, the files are under process and the ACC may ratify the same in October-November this year.

 

As reported earlier NaMo Administration had shown doors to four senior IFoS officers in the last week of August. 

17 Sep 2018
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UT Cadre AIS officers to be send to J&K & Ladakh from now on!

By IndianMandarins 30 Oct 2019

With Jammu and Kashmir acquiring a new status of Union Territory from October 31 by getting bifurcated into two Union Territories, the status of IAS and IPS officers working there will also be changed. The old officers will continue with their job in these newly created UTs. However, new recruits will be placed under AGMUT cadre.

As per the Jammu and Kashmir Reorganisation Bill, 2019 other officers will continue with their services as per the new order till the new LG promulgates new orders. As per the news Act IAS, IPS and IFS cadre will be working but decisions on them will now be taken by LG with the consultation of Home ministry.

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Three IFoS officers may be shown doors

By IndianMandarins 17 Sep 2018

Indianmandarins has reliably learn that NaMo administration may give ‘compulsory retirement’ to three senior officers belonging to Indian Forest Service under the provision of All India Service (DCRB) Rule 1958. Reportedly, the files are under process and the ACC may ratify the same in October-November this year.

 

As reported earlier NaMo Administration had shown doors to four senior IFoS officers in the last week of August. 

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Four All India Service officers given ‘Compulsory Retirement’

By IndianMandarins 01 Sep 2018

Indianmandarins has reliably learn that NaMo administration has shown doors to as many as four senior officers belonging to Indian Forest Service under the provision of All India Service (DCRB) Rule 1958.

If some top sources are to be believed the Appointment Committee of the Cabinet put its seal on the fate of officers early this week namely; Devesh Kohli (IFoS:1984:MP), Arvind Kumar (IFoS:1986:BH), Zulfe Quar Ahmed Khan (IFoS:1988:RJ) and Bhola Prasad (IFoS:1992:BH).

It may be underlined that All India Service (DCRB) Rule 1958 is equivalent to Rule 56(J) which applies to CSS cadre officers under which an officer, based on performance assessment, can be given forced retirement after completion of 25 years of service or 50 years of age (whichever is earlier).

It may further be added that as per information available with Indianmandarins (as on 02 August 2018) the NaMo administration reviewed performance of a total of 25,082 Group ‘A’ and 54,873 Group ‘B’ officers up to May 2018 and provisions FR 56 (J)/relevant rules were invoked/recommended against 93 Group ‘A’ and 132 Group ‘B’ officers.

After Modi Govt came to power in 2014 Fundamental Rules 56(J) gave nightmares to Govt of India officials which still appears to continue. 

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