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Transfer of Assistants of CSS completed 16 years of service

Rotational Transfer of Assistants of CSS

By Following the Rotational Transfer Policy for Central Secretariat Service, transfer of Assistants Grade of CSS has been ordered by DOPT. This order covers those officers who have completed more than sixteen years in the same cadre-unit of CSS and are not within two years of superannuation.

The full text of this Order dated 27.12.2012 is as follows.

F.No.7/4/2012-CS.I(A)
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions
Department of Personnel and Training
Lok Nayak Bhawan, New Delhi,
Dated the 27th, December, 2012
ORDER
In accordance with the Rotational Transfer Policy for Central Secretariat Service, rotational transfers of the officers of Assistants’ Grade mentioned in Annexure-I are hereby ordered. This order covers those officers who have completed more than sixteen years in the same cadre-unit of CSS and are not within two years of superannuation.
2. All participating Ministries/Departments of Central Secretariat Service shall comply with the transfer orders strictly and relieve the concerned officers at the earliest No request for retention of any of the officers shall be entertained by this Department.
3. A copy of this order be served on the officers concerned for their information and compliance Copies of the relieving orders and joining reports should be sent to this Department at the earliest.
4 If an officer is not relieved within forty-five days of this order. in terms of Rule 19 of CSS Rules 2009, the officer shall be deemed to have been relieved by the Ministry/Department in which he is working. The concerned officer shall, therefore, join the new place of posting on expiry of 45 days without waiting for formal relieving order by the current Ministry/Department. The onus will, therefore. be on the officer concerned to join his new posting by 11th February, 2013 and if he fails to do so, he may be liable to disciplinary action. The Ministry/Department where the officer is transferred shall not insist on formal relieving orders in such cases and shall allow the officer to join in pursuance of this order.
sd/-
(Parminder Singh)
Under Secretary to the Govt. of India

Download order F.No.7/4/2012-CS.I(A) dated 27.12.2012 for list of Assistants transfered

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