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Ministry of Defence

Recruitment of Soldiers

07 MAR 2018

The details of youths who were recruited as soldiers in the Indian Army at various levels such as Commissioned Officers, Junior Commissioned Officers / Other Ranks (JCOs / ORs) are given below:

Officers *:

Year Candidates Selected
2015 1961
2016 1858
2017 1773

JCOs / ORs *:

Year Candidates Selected
2014-15 66,992
2015-16 71,434
2016-17 52,086
2017-18 17,257

(Till 31st December 2017)

*Recruitment for Commissioned Officers is done calendar year wise, whereas the recruitment for JCO / ORs is done financial year wise.

This information was given by Raksha Rajya Mantri Dr. Subhash Bhamre in a written reply to Shri Vinod Lakhamashi Chavda in Lok Sabha today.

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Recruitment of Pilots in Armed Forces

Ministry of Defence
Recruitment of Pilots in Armed Forces

05 MAR 2018

There are four modes of entry for becoming a pilot in the Indian Air Force (IAF) [NDA, CDSE, AFCAT and NCC special entry]. A written test is conducted for NDA/CDSE (by UPSC) and AFCAT (by IAF) entries followed by SSB testing. NCC special entry candidates with valid ‘C’ certificate (Air Wing) are directly called for SSB testing. The recommended candidates undergo medical tests. The final merit list is prepared based on the candidate’s performance and medical fitness. On successful completion of flying training at Flying Training Establishments (FTEs) of the IAF, the cadet is commissioned as a pilot in the IAF.

Pilots are inducted in the Indian Navy as Permanent Commission (PC) or Short Service Commission(SSC).

  • Permanent Commission (PC) : Volunteers from serving Executive branch officers (upto 25 years of age) are selected for pilot training biannually.
  • Short Service Commission (SSC) : Short Service Commissioned officers are inducted biannually through Direct Entry Scheme.

All pilots in Army Aviation are commissioned officers. Options to join Army Aviation are as under:-

  • Volunteers who opt for Army Aviation during pre-commissioning training at IMA and OTA.
  • Volunteer Officers from any Arm of Indian Army on completion of one and half years of service.

Volunteer Officers are required to undergo the following tests:-

  • Pilot Aptitude and Battery Test (PABT)
  • Aviation medical examination

Officers clearing the PABT and medical examination undergo the Basic and Advance flying training, on completion of which they become pilots in the Indian Army.

As on 1st February, 2018, sanctioned strength and strength of pilots in Indian Air Force (IAF) is as follows:

Sanctioned Strength Strength
4231 3855

There is a marginal shortage in strength of pilots in IAF against the authorized establishment.

Indian Navy:

Government Sanction 735
Borne Strength 644
Vacant Posts 91

Indian Army:

The total number of pilots in Army Aviation as on date are:

Sanctioned 794
Held 602
Vacant 192

A study on Restructuring of Army Pilot Cadre was conducted and salient decisions that have been implemented are:

  • There has been an increase in Direct Commissioned Officers (DCO) both from IMA and OTA.
  • For the DCO, the lower service limit of two years of attachment period with fallback arm after commissioning has also been reduced to one and half years.

IAF ensures that the aircrew are fully utilized in a cockpit vacancy for the maximum duration which is well beyond the period required for amortization of the cost of training. It is also ensured that only limited numbers are given release such that the combat potential of IAF is not compromised at any stage

  • Setting up of an Air Force Selection Board (AFSB) at Gandhinagar in 2013.
  • The selection process into the IAF has been simplified with the introduction of the Air Force Common Admission Test (AFCAT) for non-UPSC entries. Under this format, a candidate may apply for selection in any branch for which they meet the QRs, through a single application in a selection cycle.
  • Proactive steps have been taken by the IAF to reduce the shortage of pilots, which include participation in career fairs/exhibitions, advertisements in print and electronic media, motivational lectures in schools, colleges, visuals/signage at strategic locations etc.

This information was given by Raksha Rajya Mantri Dr. Subhash Bhamre in a written reply to Shri Harshvardhan Singh Dungarpurin Rajya Sabha today.

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Ministry of Railways Announces one of the World’s Largest Recruitment Drive

Ministry of Railways Announces one of the World’s Largest Recruitment Drive.

Online Applications are invited around 90,000 posts in Group C Level I (Erstwhile Group D) like Track maintainer, Points man, Helper, Gateman, Porter and Group C Level II categories like Assistant Loco Pilots (ALP), Technicians (Fitter, Crane Driver, Blacksmith, Carpenter) through Railway Recruitment Boards websites.

Largest Computer based test in the World is scheduled tentatively in April – May 2018.

Educational Qualifications for various posts are class Xth passed & Industrial Training Institute certificate (ITI).

Selection procedure only includes Computer Based Test without Interviews.

15 FEB 2018

Ministry of Railways has announced one of the world’s largest recruitment processes for 89409 posts in Group C Level I (Erstwhile Group D) & Level II Categories. Online applications have been invited for the Group C Level II posts like Assistant Loco Pilots, Technicians (Fitter, Crane Driver, Blacksmith, and Carpenter) and Group C Level I (Erstwhile Group D) posts like Track maintainer, Points man, Helper, Gateman, Porter. This recruitment drive is open for candidates who have passed Class Xth & ITI for Group C Level I posts & Class Xth & ITI or diploma in engineering or a graduation in engineering for Group C Level II posts like Assistant Loco Pilots, Technicians and aspire to join Indian Railways.

 

Ministry of Railways has published a notification no. CEN 01/2018 for Group C Level II Categories posts for the candidates in the age group of 18-28 years who have passed Class X and have an industrial training certificate (ITI) or diploma in engineering or a graduation in engineering.

 

The notification no. CEN 02/2018 about Group C Level I (Erstwhile Group D) posts for candidates in the age group of 18-31 years and who have passed Class X and have an industrial training certificate (ITI). The notifications have already been uploaded on RRB Websites. The link of the website is as follows:

 

http://www.indianrailways.gov.in/railwayboard/view_section.jsp?lang=0&id=0,4,1244

 

For Group C level II posts, the monthly salary along with allowances as per the Seventh Pay Commission (level 2) Scale (19,900-63,200) will be given to the selected candidates. For Group C Level I (Erstwhile Group D) posts, the monthly salary along with allowances as per the Seventh Pay Commission (level 1) Scale (18,000- 56,900) will be given to the selected candidates. Applications for Group C Level II posts will be accepted till 5th March 2018 & for Group C Level I (Erstwhile Group D) posts will be accepted till 12th March 2018.

 

Free Sleeper Class Railway Pass facility shall be available for SC/ST candidates for Computer Based Aptitude Tests, Physical Efficiency Tests, Document verification during the recruitment stages

IMPORTANT DATES:

Railway Recruitment Group C Level II Notification February 3, 2018
Start of Railway Recruitment Group C Level II 2018 Online Application February 3, 2018
Application Closes March 5, 2018
Computer Based Aptitude Test (CBT) tentatively April- May, 2018
Railway Recruitment Group C Level I 2018 Notification February 10, 2018
Start of Railway Recruitment Group C Level I 2018 Online Application February 10, 2018
Railway Recruitment Group C Level I 2018 Application Form Closes March 12, 2018
Computer Based Aptitude Test (CBT) tentatively During April and May, 2018

VACANCY DETAILS FOR GROUP C Level II POSTS

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VACANCY DETAILS FOR GROUP C Level I (Erstwhile Group D) POSTS

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Outsourcing of jobs in Government Departments

Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances & Pensions

 Outsourcing of jobs in Government Departments

 outsourcing-government-jobs

Posted On: 07 FEB 2018 1:17PM by PIB Delhi

A Ministry or Department may procure certain non-consulting services in the interest of economy and efficiency and prescribe detailed instructions and procedures for this purpose without, however, contravening the basic guidelines provided in rule 199 to 206 of “General Financial Rules 2017″ (GFR 2017). As each Ministry/Department is competent to procure services at their level to meet seasonal or short-term requirements, the centralised data is not maintained in this regard.

There are detailed procedures laid down for procurement of such non-consulting services including e-procurement in Chapter 6 of the GFR 2017 and the “Manual for Procurement of Consultancy & Other Services, 2017″.  Ministries are competent to decide the mode depending on the nature of work, nature of competency required etc. Any deviation or violation can be dealt by the Ministry appropriately. The wages for the persons engaged on contract/outsourcing cannot be less than the minimum wage fixed/notified by the concerned State Government.

The Government posts are regularly filled up in accordance with the recruitment rules. Each Ministry/Department is responsible for appointment of regular employees against vacant posts after completing all procedural formalities. The centralised data of vacancies and backlog vacancies is not maintained.

This was stated by the Union Minister of State (Independent Charge) of the Ministry of Development of North Eastern Region (DoNER), MoS PMO, Personnel, Public Grievances & Pensions, AtomicDr Jitendra Singh in a written reply to a question in the Lok Sabha today

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Creating job opportunities employment generation during last three years.

Creating job opportunities employment generation during last three years.

Creating job opportunities and facilitating generation of employment has been at the core of our policy-making. During the last three years, we have taken a number of steps to boost employment generation in the country. These measures include:-

  • Contribution of 8.33% of Employee Provident Fund (EPF) for new employees by the Government for three years.
  • Contribution of 12% to EPF for new employees for three years by the Government in sectors employing large number of people like textile, leather and footwear.
  • Additional deduction to the employees of 30% of the wages paid for new employees under the Income Tax Act.
  • Launch of National Apprenticeship Scheme with stipend support and sharing of the cost of basic training by the Government to give training to 50 lakh youth by 2020.
  • Introducing system of fixed term employment for apparel and footwear sector.
  • Increasing paid maternity leave from 12 weeks to 26 weeks, along with provision of creches.

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Government plans to abolish posts vacant for 5 years

Government plans to abolish posts vacant for 5 years

The government is planning to abolish all posts which have been vacant for more than five years, and has directed all ministries and department to submit a comprehensive report on the matter.

In an office memorandum, the Finance Ministry said it had asked all ministries and departments to submit an action-taken report regarding abolition of posts vacant for more than five years.

Some departments and ministries have responded but some, instead of providing a comprehensive report, have submitted the requisite information in piecemeal manner, it said.

Therefore, financial advisors and joint secretaries (administration) of all ministries/ departments are requested to identify the posts which are vacant for more than five years and submit a comprehensive report on abolition of such posts in main ministry and their respective subordinate organisations at the earliest, the office memorandum, dated January 16, 2018, said.

Following this, the Ministry of Home Affairs has directed all its additional secretaries, joint secretaries, chiefs of paramilitary forces and other attached organisations to submit comprehensive reports, a home ministry official told PTI.

According to a preliminary estimate, there are several thousand central government posts which are lying vacant for five or more years, the official said.

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Vacant Posts in the Grade of Canteen Attendant in the Departmental Finance Canteen – DoE Orders

Vacant Posts in the Grade of Canteen Attendant in the Departmental Finance Canteen – DoE Orders

Department Expenditure is in the process of filling up vacant posts in the grade of Canteen Attendant in the Departmental Finance Canteen.

F.No.A-12026/02/2016-Ad.II
Government of India
Ministry of Finance
Department of Expenditure

North Block, New Delhi,
Dated, the 17 November, 2017

A. The Ministry of Finance, Department Expenditure is in the process of filling up vacant posts in the grade of Canteen Attendant in the Departmental Finance Canteen of this Department.

B. Applications are invited on direct recruitment basis as under:-

Name of
the post
Pay
Scale
Age as on closing date SC ST OBC UR PwD Total No. of post
Canteen Attendant In New Pay Matrix Rs. 18000-56900/- 18-25 years 1 1 2 4 0 8 (Eight)*

(*The number of vacancies is subject to change).

C. Details of the posts (Minimum educational qualification, experience, age limit etc.);

1. Pay Scale: Pay Band-I (Rs.5,200 – Rs. 20,200) plus Grade Pay of Rs.1800/-. In New Pay Matrix Level-I (Rs.18000 – 56900) as per recommendations of 7th CPC.

2. Educational Qualification: Matriculation or equivalent from any recognized Institute/ board / Organisation.
3. Age limit: 18-25 Years.

4. Age relaxation: As per existing rules. Relaxation of age limit upto 40 years for Government Servant in accordance with the order issued by the Central Government from time to time.

5. Candidates should apply as per the enclosed proforma only. Application in any other format will not be accepted.

6. Candidates will forward application properly sealed in an envelope to, “The Under Secretary (Admn.), Ministry of Finance, Department of Expenditure, Room No. 225-E, North Block, New Delhi-110001″, through ordinary posts/by hand. Registered applications will not be accepted. Candidates are requested to super scribe the words,” Application for the post of Canteen Attendant” on the top of the envelop while sending the application form.

7. Last date of receipt of application is 60 Days from the date of publication of the advertisement in Employment News.

8. The Crucial date for determining the age limit shall be the closing date for receipt of application.

9. Photocopy of the following documents/Certificates to be attached along with application form duly attested.

i) Matriculation or equivalent certificate.
ii) Mark sheet of educational qualification (Matriculation or equivalent)
iii) SC/ST/OBC certificate.
iv) Certificate / diploma in hospitality management / cooking / catering (Optional)
v) Copy of the Employment Exchange Registration ID number.
vi) NOC in original from their present employer in case of Government servant.

Note:- Original certificate should not be sent with the application. These should be produced only in time of verification of document.

10. Incomplete / Ineligible application will be deemed to be invalid and will be rejected without intimation to the candidate. Applicant must read the advertisement carefully before applying for the same.

11. The number of vacancies is subject to change. Further, the employer has the right to cancel or modify this notification without assigning any reason thereof.

12. Canvassing in any form will disqualify the candidate. ‘No enquiry or correspondence will be entertained’.

13. No TA/DA is admissible.

14. The decision of the Appointment Authority will be final.

15. The recruitment process can be cancelled / postponed / suspended / terminated without any prior notice / assigning any reason at any stage.

16. Candidates having certificate / diploma in hospitality / cooking / catering may be given preference.

(S.K. Biswas)
Under Secretary to the Govt. of India.

View order

Authority: www.doe.gov.in

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Vacancies in Central Government

Vacancies in Central Government

Centralized data regarding employees who retired/resigned during last three years is not maintained.

Vacancies caused due to retirement, death, promotion etc. are required to be filled following provisions of recruitment rules for the post. The number of direct recruitments made by Staff Selection Commission and Union Public Service Commission for the last three years is as per table below:

YEAR NUMBER OF CANDIDATES RECOMMENDED BY UPSC NUMBER OF CANDIDATES RECOMMENDED BY SSC
RECRUITMENT BY EXAMINATION DIRECT RECRUITMENT BY SELECTION ALL INDIA COMPETITIVE EXAMINATION SELECTION POSTS
2014-15 5969 2303 57542 524
2015-16 5659 1207 24604 534
2016-17 4612 1123 68496 384

As per the available information, provisions under FR 56(j) and similar provisions under service rules have been invoked/recommended in case of 53 Group ‘A’ officers and 123 Group ‘B’ officers of Central Civil Services, during the period from 1stJuly 2014 till 31stOctober 2017.

As per the Annual Report on Pay and Allowances of Central Government Civilian Employees,the number of vacant posts in position in various Ministries/Departments is 4,12,752 out of total sanctioned strength of 36,33,935 as on 01.03.2016.

This was stated by the Minister of State in the Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions and Minister of State in the Prime Minister’s Office, Dr. Jitendra Singh in a written reply to a question by Shri Manshankar Ninama, Shri Harish Meena and Dr. Boora Narsaiah Goud in the Lok Sabha today.

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Centre Government To Cut 25 Percent Government Jobs

Centre Government To Cut 25 Percent Government Jobs

New Delhi: Department of Personnel and Training (DoPT) sources verified on condition of anonymity that 25 percent full-time central government jobs will be cut.

It is an attempt to improve the country’s financial health system, the sources added that the job cuts are needed to sustain the government’s expenditure.

“The reality is that we are not as efficient in managing our system as other developed countries are,” sources said.

The sources also stated that over the last few years, Pay, Allowances and Pension (PAP) spending constitutes around 3.6 per cent of GDP.

The sources also noted that voluntary redundancies would be offered central government employees who having put in 20 years service or above 55 years.

More than other jobs are expected to go of the central government employees, whose performance is not upto the mark. Overall, the centre will lay off 25 percent full-time central government jobs.

The central government employees unions said they will strongly oppose any government jobs cut scheme, if it is announced.

They claim the job cuts would mean the central government employees are forced to bear the impact of the country’s financial problems. The unions leaders add that budget cuts on Pay, Allowances and Pension would also lead to suffer government smooth business and public service.

However, the sources acknowledged that the central government employees are well paid but the government needs to be more transparent in decisions regarding jobs in the central government department and ministry as the government employees from junior staff to top bureaucrats are not so talent.

So, the government committed to appoint best available talent from out side on the recommendation of the Niti Aayog and the government is mulling to appoint one-fifth of the 25 percent full-time central government jobs cut staff from out side in its departments and ministries.

The central government salaries accounts Rs 128,000 crore in 2017-18 of the nation expenditure. The sources claimed that without making significant changes in salaries costs, this would affect other areas including education, health care and infrastructure.

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Recruitment in Army

Recruitment in Army 

Recruitment in Army is undertaken on basis of vacancies arising on account of retirement, release or due to accretions in force level from time to time.

State / UT wise details of youth recruited into the Indian Army as Junior Commissioned Officers (JCOs) and Other Ranks (OR) in the last five years is as under:-

RECRUITMENT OF JCOs/ORs IN INDIAN ARMY IN VARIOUS

STATES/UTs DURING THE LAST FIVE YEARS

S.No.

Name of the State/UT

Recruiting Year

2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16

1

Andhra Pradesh

2890

3540

2088

2145

2277

2

Arunachal Pradesh

190

490

267

101

254

3

Assam

1019

1051

867

1082

1227

4

Bihar

4540

3195

3708

3595

3865

5

Chhattisgarh

622

448

394

860

852

6

Delhi

865

1212

1105

1043

806

7

Goa

47

20

2

25

50

8

Gujarat, Dadra Nagar

Haveli (UT), Daman & Diu (UT)

2205

2305

1406

1855

1214

9

Haryana

2452

2770

2536

3533

4340

10

Himachal Pradesh

1687

2317

2448

3207

3072

11

Jammu & Kashmir

2085

2699

2057

2844

2504

12

Jharkhand

1140

707

1480

1042

879

13

Karnataka and Lakshadweep (UT)

1671

2033

1091

1613

1697

14

Kerala

2077

2700

2067

2571

2425

15

Madhya Pradesh

2761

3150

2644

2840

3413

16

Maharashtra

5312

5424

3797

5207

6106

17

Manipur

587

456

687

268

359

18

Meghalaya

91

75

117

145

141

19

Mizoram

94

293

405

102

123

20

Nagaland

134

127

165

137

128

21

Odisha

945

1505

1073

1085

1533

22

Punjab and Chandigarh (UT)

3752

4701

5684

5988

5048

23

Rajasthan

3602

3647

3034

4967

5384

24

Sikkim

108

462

182

72

155

25

Tamil Nadu, Puducherry, A&N Islands (UT)

2377

3081

2200

2567

2622

26

Telangana

0

0

0

820

153

27

Tripura

104

56

133

110

1226

28

Uttar Pradesh

7600

7086

8587

8410

10128

29

Uttarakhand

2585

3036

2022

2704

4390

30

West Bengal

3535

3289

3113

3630

4397

Total

57077

61875

55359

64568

70768

 For the recruiting year 2016-17, a total of 53786 vacancies have been allotted.

The Armed Forces have undertaken sustained image projection and publicity campaign to create awareness among the youth on the advantages of taking up a challenging and satisfying career.  Awareness campaigns, participation in career fairs and exhibitions, advertisements in print and electronic media, motivational lectures in schools, colleges are also some of the other measures taken in this direction.

This information was given by Minister of State for Defence Dr. Subhash Bhamre in a written reply to Shrimati Savitri Thakur and Shri Deepender Singh Hooda  in Lok Sabha today.

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Contractual appointments in Government departments

Contractual appointments in Government departments 

The Government posts are to be filled in accordance with the recruitment rules. Wherever recruitment rules provide reemployment as a mode of recruitment or in cases of exigencies of work, retired Government servants are reappointed on contractual basis for a specific period.

The Central Civil Services (Fixation of Pay of re-employed Pensioners) orders, 1986 as amended from time to time govern the pay fixation of re-employed pensioners including the persons re-employed on contract basis, unless the contract provides otherwise. The interests of serving employees with regard to promotions/financial upgradations to higher post are taken care of by the respective service rules/regulations applicable to them.

This was stated by the Union Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Development of North Eastern Region (DoNER), MoS PMO, Personnel, Public Grievances, Pensions, Atomic Energy and Space Dr. Jitendra Singh in a written reply to a question by Shri M.P.Veerendra Kumar in the Rajya Sabha today.

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Vacancies in OBC category

Vacancies in OBC category 

A statement showing the status of details of backlog OBC vacancies, vacancies filled up and yet to be filled in 10 major Departments/Ministries is as follows:

Ministry/Department

Other Backward Classes

Vacancies Filled up Yet to be filled
Posts 718 234 484
Defence Production 164 149 15
Financial Services 14455 13030 1425
Atomic Energy 1444 802 642
Defence 2707 1439 1268
Railways 2204 2194 10
Revenue 5064 2076 2988
Urban Development 692 95 597
Human Resources Development 1557 571 986
Home Affairs 11557 6437 5120
Total 40562 27027 13535

Based on the recommendations of a Committee headed by the then Secretary, Department of Social Justice and Empowerment, Department of Personnel and Training issued instructions in November/December, 2014 to all Ministries/Departments to constitute in-house Committee to identify backlog reserved vacancies, study of the root cause of backlog reserved vacancies, initiation of measures to remove such factors and to fill up such vacancies through Special Recruitment Drive.

As per information updated as on 31.12.2016, 10 Ministries/Departments having majority of the employees in Central Government including their Public Sector Banks/Financial Institutions, Central Public Sector Undertakings etc., reported 40,562 backlog vacancies for Other Backward Classes.  Out of these, 27,027 vacancies have been filled up during the period 01.04.2012 to 31.12.2016 and 13,535 vacancies of Other Backward Classes (OBCs) remained unfilled.

Seven meetings have already been held with these 10 Ministries/Departments who have been requested to take expeditious action for filling up the remaining backlog vacancies.

This was stated by the Union Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Development of North Eastern Region (DoNER), MoS PMO, Personnel, Public Grievances, Pensions, Atomic Energy and Space Dr. Jitendra Singh in a written reply to a question by Shri N.Gokulakrishnan  in the Rajya Sabha today.

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Hiring of staff in Government service

Hiring of staff in Government service

The vacant posts in Government Ministries/Departments are required to be filled as per the Recruitment Rules for the post. Information related to recruitment of staff by Government of India is not centrally maintained.

Recruitment to various posts in Government of India is made through various recruitment agencies constituted for the purpose such as Union Public Service Commission, Staff Selection Commission etc. Recruitment agencies conduct examinations based on indents received from various Ministries/Departments/offices of Government of India. Ministries/Departments and the recruitment agencies have been sensitized to take all the required steps for filling up of the posts.

The Government is always committed to appoint best available talent subject to provisions of rules. NITI Aayog in the Three Year Action Agenda for 2017-2020 has recommended for inducting specialists into the system through lateral entry in policy making areas on fixed term contract. This recommendation alongwith suggestions received from other quarters are under consideration.

This was stated by the Minister of State for Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions and Minister of State for Prime Minister’s Office Dr. Jitendra Singh in a written reply to a question by Dr. K. Gopal and Shri Sisir Kumar Adhikari in the Lok Sabha today.

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Vacant Posts in PSUs

Vacant Posts in PSUs

The recruitment to below Board level posts in Central Public Sector Enterprises (CPSEs) is done by the Management of respective CPSEs and the details of vacant posts in CPSEs are not maintained centrally in the Department of Public Enterprises (DPE). However, as per Public Enterprises Survey 2015-16 which was laid on the Table of both the Houses of Parliament on 21.03.2017, the representation of reserved / unreserved categories of employees in the operating CPSEs as on 31.3.2016 was as under:

Total No. of Employees

Representation of SCs/STs/OBCs 

Total Reservation (2+4+6)

Others

SCs No.

%

STs  No.

%

OBCs No.

%

No.

%

No.

%

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

1232161

214132

17.38

104888

8.51

205385

16.67

524405

42.56

707756

57.44

CPSEs are under the administrative control of different administrative Ministries / Departments and the compliance of guidelines / statutory provisions in CPSEs including filling up of reserved posts is monitored by the concerned administrative Ministries / Departments and Board of these CPSEs. DPE has also issued instructions from time-to-time to all the administrative Ministries / Departments to advice the CPSEs under their administrative control to take steps to fill up the unfilled / backlog of reserved posts in accordance with the Government instructions.

This information was given by Minister of State in the Ministry of Heavy Industries and Public Enterprises Shri Babul Supriyo in reply to a written question in the Lok Sabha today.

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Re-Employment of Ex-Servicemen

Re-Employment of Ex-Servicemen

As per Department of Personnel & Training’s OM No. 36034/27/84-Estt(SCT), dated 2.5.1985, on an Ex-servicemen joining the Government job on civil side after availing of the benefits given to him as an Ex-servicemen for his re-employment, his Ex-servicemen status for the purpose of re-employment in Government would cease. As per DOP&T OM No. 36034/6/90-Estt(SCT), dated 10.10.1994, an ex-servicemen already secured regular employment under the Central Government in a civil post would be permitted the benefits of age relaxation as admissible for ex-servicemen for securing another appointment in any higher post or service under the Central Government. However, such candidates will not be eligible for benefits of reservation, if any, for ex-servicemen in Central Government jobs.
As per DOP&T’s OM No. 36034/1/2014-Estt(Res), dated 14.8.2014 if an ex-serviceman applies for various vacancies before joining any civil employment, he / she can avail of the benefit of reservation as ex-servicemen for any subsequent employment. However, to avail of this benefit, an ex-serviceman as soon as he / she joins any civil employment, should give self-declaration / undertaking to the concerned employer about the date-wise details of application for various vacancies for which he / she had applied for before joining the initial civil employment. This benefit would be available only in respect of vacancies which are filled on direct recruitment and wherever reservation is applicable to the ex-servicemen.
In addition to above, a proposal has been referred to DOP&T to the effect that an Ex-servicemen be allowed the benefit of reservation for second time and even thereafter in subsequent recruitments for civil employment, if the vacancies, which are to be filled on the basis of direct recruitment and where reservation is applicable to Ex-servicemen, has not been filled up with by those Ex-servicemen, who are getting / claiming benefit of reservation for the first time.
The details of reservation available to Ex-servicemen is as under:

(I) In Central Government Ministries / Departments:
(i) 10% Direct recruitment posts upto the level of Assistant Commandant in Central Para Military Forces.
(ii) 10% Direct recruitment posts in Group ‘C’.
(iii) 20% Direct recruitment posts in Group ‘D’.
(II) In Central Public Sector Enterprise:
(i) 14.5% in Group ‘C’ Posts.
(ii) 24.5% in Group ‘D’ Posts.
(III) Nationalised Bank:
(i) 14.5% in Group ‘C’ Posts.
(ii) 24.5% in Group ‘D’ Posts.

This information was given by Minister of State for Defence Dr. Subhash Bhamre in a written reply to Shri PC Mohan in Lok Sabha today.

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Vacant Posts in Central Government for different Categories

Vacant Posts in Central Government for different Categories 

Category-wise data on vacant posts is not maintained centrally.

As per the data received from 79 Ministries/Departments for the year 2014-2015, 18822 employees (8.56%) were recruited from Minority Communities in Government services and PSUs.

As per the data received from 44 Ministries/Departments for the year 2015-2016, 2851 employees (7.5%) were recruited from Minority Communities in Government services and PSUs.

As per information available on the URL www.rrcps.nic.in, in respect of 74, 69 and 50 Ministries/Departments for the years 2013, 2014 and 2015 respectively, the representation of SC, ST and OBC categories in the appointments made through Direct Recruitment is as following:-

Representation of SCs, STs and OBCs in the appointment made through

Direct Recruitment: 

Calendar Year 2013 (74 Ministries) 2014 (69 Ministries) 2015     (50 Ministries)
SCs 26908 (17.72%) 21366 (16.92%) 2556 (16.09%)
STs 13766 (09.06%) 10692 (08.46%) 1176 (07.40%)
OBCs 52254 (34.41%) 40019 (31.69%) 4704 (29.62%)
Others 58913 (38.79%) 54184 (42.91%) 7441 (46.86%)
Total 151841 126261 15877

The posts sanctioned in Government Ministries/ Departments are required to be filled as per the Recruitment Rules as and when vacancies arise. The filling up of posts is a continuous process depending on the vacancies arising across Ministries/Departments during the years and action calendars of the recruitment agencies. In this regards all Ministries/Departments have been requested to take advance action for reporting vacancy position with respect to Direct Recruitment Posts to recruitment agencies such as Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) and Staff Selection Commission (SSC) etc. Further all Ministries/ Department have also been requested for timely convening of the Departmental Promotion Committee meeting for filling up of promotional posts.

This was stated by the Minister of State in the Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions and Minister of State in the Prime Minister’s Office Dr. Jitendra Singh in a written reply to a question by Shri Nalin Kumar Kateel in the Lok Sabha today.

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20% teachers posts vacant in higher educational institutions

20% teachers posts vacant in higher educational institutions

New Delhi: Vacancies of teachers in higher educational institutions has become a “serious problem” and around 20% posts in central universities are yet to be filled, HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar said today.

Javadekar said in Lok Sabha that students were not keen to take up teaching jobs, resulting in shortage of faculty members in higher education institutions.

“Vacancies in higher education institutions is a serious problem. Around 20 per cent posts in central universities are currently vacant,” he said during Question Hour.

There are 41 central universities under the purview of the HRD Ministry.

“Filling up of vacancies in central universities is an ongoing and continuous process… The onus of filling up of posts lies in the central universities which are autonomous bodies created under the respective Acts of the Parliament,” he said.

In order to meet the situation arising out of shortage of teachers in universities and the consequent vacant positions, the age of superannuation for teachers in central educational institutions has already been enhanced to 65 years, Javadekar said.

“Teachers can also be re-employed on contract appointment beyond the age of 65 years and upto 70 years, subject to availability of vacant positions and fitness,” he said.

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No proposal to raise age limit for single women in central government jobs: Centre

No proposal to raise age limit for single women in central government jobs: Centre

Jitendra-Singh

 New Delhi: There is no proposal with the central government to increase the maximum age limit for single unmarried women to 25 years for government jobs, Rajya Sabha was informed today.

In a written reply, Minister of State for Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions, Jitendra Singh said a provision for relaxation of age up to 35 years (up to 40 years for the members of Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes) for the widows, divorced and women judicially separated from from their husbands already exists for group “C” jobs.

“No proposal for raising the maximum age limit for single unmarried women to 35 years is under consideration in the Department of Personnel and Training,” the Minister said.

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KVS Kendriya Vidyalaya Jobs for Teachers/Computer Instructor/Vocational Instructor /Counselor

KVS Kendriya Vidyalaya Jobs for Teachers/Computer Instructor/Vocational Instructor /Counselor
KVS Kendriya Vidyalaya Jobs for Teachers/Computer Instructor/Vocational Instructor /Counselor – Last Date to apply: 17 Mar 2017

Teachers/Computer Instructor/Vocational Instructor /Counselor

Eligibility : Any Graduate, Any Post Graduate, BSc, BE/B.Tech, BEd, Diploma, BA

Location : Imphal

Last Date : 17 Mar 2017

Job Type : Part Time

Kendriya Vidyalaya – Job Details Date of posting:03 Mar 17

Ref. No. F. 17820/KV-Langjing/2016-17/

Teachers/Computer Instructor/Vocational Instructor /Counselor recruitment in Kendriya Vidyalaya GC CRPF Langjing Imphal Manipur

1. Post Graduate Teachers (PGT) – English, Hindi, Maths, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Computer Science, History, Geography, Political Science, Economics, Commerce. Qualification: Master’s Degree or equivalent in the concerned Subject with at least 50% marks and B.Ed.

Remuneration: Rs.32500

2. Trained Graduate Teachers (TGT): a. Qualification: Bachelor’s Degree with at least 50% marks in the concerned subjects/ combination of subjects and in aggregate. The electives subjects and Languages in the combination of subjects as under:

(i) TGT (Sanskrit, English, Hindi): Having respective subjects as a subject in all the three years of Degree Course.

(ii) TGT (Social Science): Having any two of the following: History, Geography, Economics and Pol. Science of which one must be either History or Geography.

(iii) TGT (Maths) – Degree in Maths with any two of the following subjects: Physics, Chemistry, Electronics, Computer Science and Statistics. (iv) TGT (Science) – Bachelor’s Degree in Botany, Zoology and Chemistry. b. Pass in the Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET), conducted by CBSE in accordance with the Guidelines framed by the NCTE for the purpose or B.Ed. Proficiency in teaching Hindi and English medium.

Remuneration: Rs.31250

3. Primary Teachers (PRT): Qualification: Senior Secondary School Certificate with 50% marks or Intermediate with 50% marks or its equivalent & Pass in the Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET Primary) conducted by the CBSE in accordance with the Guidelines framed by the NCTE for the purpose or JBT/B.El.Ed/D.El.Ed.. Competence to teach through Hindi & English media.

Remuneration: Rs.26250

4. PRT(Music): Qualification: Senior Secondary School Certificate with 50% marks or Intermediate with 50% marks or its equivalent and Bachelor Degree in Music or equivalent from a recognized University. Competence to teach through English/Hindi media.

5. Relaxation: Where suitable CTET or B.Ed or B.El.Ed or D.El.Ed candidates are not available for PGTs, TGTs and PRTs, such may be relaxed as per extant rules of KVS.

6. Computer Instructor: Qualification: B.E/B.Tech (computer science) or post Graduate Degree in any subject with post graduate diploma in computer application from Govt. recognized institution or equivalent qualification. Preference will be given to those who have training & experience in hardware.

Remuneration: Rs. 31250/- per month.

7. Vocational Instructor: Taekwondo Instructor/Coach: B.P. Ed./Senior National Certificate holder/Coaching diploma or Equivalent and experience in the respective field.

Remuneration: Rs. 26250

8. Counselor: BA/B.Sc in Psychology and one year Diploma in Counselling. Desirable – Minimum one year experience in providing career/educational counseling to students at schools or experience/ knowledge of working in placement bureaus or registration with rehabilitation council of India as vocational counselor.

Remuneration – Same as TGT

9. Yoga Teacher – Bachelor’s Degree with one year training in Yoga from recognized university. Remuneration – Same as TGT

10. Nurse: Qualification – Diploma/Degree in Nursing; Remuneration – Rs. 750/- per day.

Desirable for All Posts: Knowledge of Computer Applications and proficiency to teach in English and Hindi.

Hiring Process : Walk – In

Job Role: Teacher / Trainer

How to apply

Only Online Application will be accepted. Last Date for Online Form Submission is 17th March 2017.

An interview will be conducted on 28 March 2017.

Results will be declared on the day of interview after 6:00 pm. Selected candidates will be required to join duty by 01 April 2017.

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Central government to hire 2.8 lakh staff in a year, police, I-T and customs to get lions share

Central government to hire 2.8 lakh staff in a year, police, I-T and customs to get lions share

New Delhi: The size of the central government, particularly police and tax officials, is likely to grow with the Centre’s Budget providing for the recruitment of around 2.80 lakh more staff.

Of this number, more than 1.80 lakh would be recruits to departments of police, income tax, customs and central excise. As of March 2016, the central government had 32.84 lakh staff across 55 departments and ministries, including 13.31 lakh in railways, but excluding defence forces. This is projected to rise to 35.67 lakh by March 2018 if the recruitment goal is achieved.

Hiring-Spree

Strengthening enforcement agencies seems a priority with budgetary allocations made for expansion of police forces (central paramilitary and Delhi Police), taking their strength from 10.07 lakh to 11.13 lakh by March 2018. The Centre in its Budget has provided for the recruitment of around 2.80 lakh more staff. The income tax department, the agency involved in the drive against black money post-demonetisation, is set to expand from the existing strength of 46,000 to 80,000 by March 2018.

Similarly , customs and excise department, which will implement the ambitious goods and services tax regime, will get additional manpower of over 41,000.The current strength of 50,600 for customs and excise staff is to go up to 91,700. A review of the estimated strength of establishment  in the Budget annexures indicates no change in the manpower of railways, the single largest employer (13.31 lakh) other than defence, in the three years till 2018.

Departments of space, atomic energy , cabinet secretariat and the ministries of information and broadcasting and external affairs are some others where sanctioned strength has gone up significantly.

The government had projected to increase its manpower in 2016 by 1.88 lakh but failed to make fresh recruitments in I-T, customs and central excise departments.This led to an erosion in the employee base by at least 21,000 over the strength in 2015. People superannuating far exceeded new employees.

PM Narendra Modi’s interest in foreign policy has translated into a significant jump in the strength of the foreign ministry where the government has decided to add over 2,000 employees -up from 9,294 in 2016 to 11,403 in 2018. The I&B ministry , too, has increased its sanctioned strength from 4,012 two years ago to 6,258 in 2018.The cabinet secretariat has been strengthened with manpower to go up from 921 to 1,218 by next year.

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