DOPT ORDER 2011
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions
Department of Personnel & Training
Lok Nayak Bhawan, New Delhi
Dated the 13th April 2011
The undersigned is directed to refer to this Department‘s O.M. of even number dated 31.3.2011 on the subject mentioned above and to say that it has been decided to substitute para 3 of this Department O.M dated 31.3.2011 ibid with the followings :-
“upon conclusion of DPCs, Cadre Units would retain officials to the extent of number of vacancies ( out of 877) allocated in their Cadre Unit as indicated in Annexure -I in the following manner:-
(a) All officers who have less than two years to superannuate as on 1st May 2011 would be retained;
(b) Remaining officers would be arranged in the ascending order of incumbency in the Cadre Unit and Officers with the least incumbency would be retained:
(c) Cadre Units would furnish the recommendations of the DPC in respect of other eligible PAs, who are in the above Zone and clear from vigilance angle but could not be accommodated within the Cadre Unit due to lack of vacancies, to this Department by 01.05.2011 so that they could be promoted against the existing vacancies in PS Grade elsewhere. If any of the officials covered within the Zone specified above is on deputation, he/she may be given the option to revert within one month with a view to avail of the promotion”.
2. In view of the above changes in para referred to above, information need to be sent about the officials superannuating within two years and those who have been retained on the basis of the least incumbency period in the Cadre Unit (Annexure -II) and DPC recommendations in respect of the PAs with maximum incumbency in the Zone prescribed above who could not be accommodated within the Cadre Unit ( Annexure-III).
3. Other terms and conditions mentioned in this Department’s O.M. of even number dated 31.3.2011 will remain unchanged.
Deputy Secretary to the Government of India