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Haryana: Search Committee for Chief Commissioner, Right to Service Commission

The Governor of Haryana, on Tuesday, September 22, issued an order to constitute a committee to search suitable candidates for appointment as Chief Commissioner in the Haryana Right to Service Commission under Haryana Right to Service Act, 2014. The Search Committee would make a recommendation to the Statutory Committee for the appointment of the new Chief Commissioner pertaining to the Haryana Right to Service Commission.

The Search Committee would comprise Vijai Vardhan (IAS:1985:HY), Additional Chief Secretary to Government of Haryana, as the Chairman. T.V.S.N. Prasad (IAS:1988:HY), Additional Chief Secretary to Government of Haryana, and Dr. B.K. Kuthiala, Chairperson, Haryana State Higher Education Council, will be the other constituting members.

The Committee has the prerogative to forward names based on their own merits. The Government will finalize a panel of names, after considering the names submitted by the Search Committee for consideration of the Statutory Committee.

22 Sep 2020
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Who will be new Haryana RTS commissioner?

Senior Haryana cadre IAS officers, who are on the verge of retirement, are said to be competing for the post of Chief Commissioner of the Right to Service (RTS) Commission following the state government initiating the process to appoint a new commissioner.

 

A search committee has been constituted for shortlisting candidates for the post. It is headed by Keshni Anand Arora, Additional Chief Secretary (Revenue), with TVSN Prasad, Additional Chief Secretary (Finance), and BK Kuthiala, Chairperson, Haryana State Higher Education Council, as members.


The search committee will recommend candidates for appointment as the Chief Commissioner to the statutory committee headed by Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar.

 

The new Chief Commissioner, who will serve for five years or till the age of 65 years, will replace incumbent Chief Commissioner SC Chaudhary, who is slated to retire on April 15.

 

Besides Chaudhary, who is a former Chief Secretary, the RTS Commission currently has two other civil servants — Sarban Singh and Hardeep Kumar — as Commissioners. The other two RTS Commissioners are Amar Singh, a retired Excise and Taxation Officer, and Sunil Katyal, an advocate. The Chief Commissioner will be a serving or retired officer in the rank and status of state Chief Secretary or Secretary to the Government of India.

 

Since an applicant must be a serving or retired officer in the rank and status of state Chief Secretary, several retired and serving Chief Secretary level officers of the state will be in contention for the post.

 

Officers in the rank of Secretary to the Central Government, both serving and retired, will also be in the race for the post.

12 Feb 2019
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Haryana: Search Committee for Chief Commissioner, Right to Service Commission

By IndianMandarins 22 Sep 2020

The Governor of Haryana, on Tuesday, September 22, issued an order to constitute a committee to search suitable candidates for appointment as Chief Commissioner in the Haryana Right to Service Commission under Haryana Right to Service Act, 2014. The Search Committee would make a recommendation to the Statutory Committee for the appointment of the new Chief Commissioner pertaining to the Haryana Right to Service Commission.

The Search Committee would comprise Vijai Vardhan (IAS:1985:HY), Additional Chief Secretary to Government of Haryana, as the Chairman. T.V.S.N. Prasad (IAS:1988:HY), Additional Chief Secretary to Government of Haryana, and Dr. B.K. Kuthiala, Chairperson, Haryana State Higher Education Council, will be the other constituting members.

The Committee has the prerogative to forward names based on their own merits. The Government will finalize a panel of names, after considering the names submitted by the Search Committee for consideration of the Statutory Committee.

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Who will be new Haryana RTS commissioner?

By IndianMandarins 12 Feb 2019

Senior Haryana cadre IAS officers, who are on the verge of retirement, are said to be competing for the post of Chief Commissioner of the Right to Service (RTS) Commission following the state government initiating the process to appoint a new commissioner.

 

A search committee has been constituted for shortlisting candidates for the post. It is headed by Keshni Anand Arora, Additional Chief Secretary (Revenue), with TVSN Prasad, Additional Chief Secretary (Finance), and BK Kuthiala, Chairperson, Haryana State Higher Education Council, as members.


The search committee will recommend candidates for appointment as the Chief Commissioner to the statutory committee headed by Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar.

 

The new Chief Commissioner, who will serve for five years or till the age of 65 years, will replace incumbent Chief Commissioner SC Chaudhary, who is slated to retire on April 15.

 

Besides Chaudhary, who is a former Chief Secretary, the RTS Commission currently has two other civil servants — Sarban Singh and Hardeep Kumar — as Commissioners. The other two RTS Commissioners are Amar Singh, a retired Excise and Taxation Officer, and Sunil Katyal, an advocate. The Chief Commissioner will be a serving or retired officer in the rank and status of state Chief Secretary or Secretary to the Government of India.

 

Since an applicant must be a serving or retired officer in the rank and status of state Chief Secretary, several retired and serving Chief Secretary level officers of the state will be in contention for the post.

 

Officers in the rank of Secretary to the Central Government, both serving and retired, will also be in the race for the post.

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Who will get a new top post in Haryana?

By IndianMandarins 04 Feb 2019

Senior Haryana cadre IAS officers, both serving and retired, are eyeing for the new post of Chief Commissioner of the state Right to Service Commission as the search committee under the chairmanship of Keshni Anand Arora (ACS, Revenue Dept.) begins its operation. The other members of the committee are TVSN Prasad, Additional Chief Secretary, Finance Department, and Dr. B K Kuthiala, chairperson, Haryana State Higher Education Council.

 

An officer said that the Chief Commissioner may be a serving or retired officer in the rank and status of a state Chief Secretary or GoI Secretary.

 

The Chief Commissioner will hold office for a term of five years from the date on which he enters upon his office or until he attains the age of 65 years, whichever is earlier and will not be entitled to re-appointment. The salary and allowances and other conditions of service applicable to the Chief Commissioner will be the same as applicable to the State Chief Information Commissioner. 

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