MACPS – Clarification regarding revised benchmark of “Very Good” of APAR grading -implementation of 7th Pay Commission recommendations
MACP on very good Criteria awarded from January 2016 Central Railway Order regarding MACPs awarded based upon VG criteria in APARs
CGDA circular regarding Introduction of SPARROW for completion of APARs in the DAD
Railway Board Circular on Writing of online APAR for Railway Employees
APAR for Railway Employees to be implemented online in Phased Manner – Writing of APARs through SPARROW for the year 2016-17.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR FILLING THE APARs FOR ALL POSTS
Since when the entire remarks in the APAR is being conveyed to the officer reported upon for representation
PCDA (CC) has reitrated to follow the instructions sent already while preparing Annual Performance Appraisal Report. PCDA instructed all the officers to bestow their personal care and attention in each and every report that comes under their consideration/responsibility so that the staff/officers reported upon do not feel disappointed and let down.
Supervisory officers should maintain a confidential diary in which instances which create suspicion about the integrity of a subordinate should be noted from time to time and action to verify the truth of such suspicions should be taken expeditiously
DOPT Brochure on Preparation of APAR – Annual Performance Assessment Report for Central Civil Services / Central Government Employees
Recommendation of the Public Accounts Committee regarding reflection of the recurrent lapses in observing financial discipline in the APAR
DoPT calls for ACRs / APARs, Major or minor penalty certificate, vigilance certificate etc for PPS of CSSS who are likely to be promoted to Senior PPS
Website enabling online filing of APAR for CSS officers has been made live and is accessible through https://sparrow-css.eoffice.gov.in. In the first phase, the software is to be made operational for Deputy Secretary and above level officers of CSS w.e.f. 1st April. 2016
cting on Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s directions, the Income Tax department has issued new appraisal forms (APARS) to its assessing officers where their “judiciousness and consistency” will be under test so that they issue good orders that act to end taxpayers harassment.
Finance Ministry has announced modified Annual Performance Appraisal Report (APAR) of the Assessing Officers of IT as well as Assistant Commissioners/Deputy Commissioners of Income Tax. In the revised format, the performance of the assessing officers will also be specifically measured for quality of assessment, the pace of disposal, and efforts made towards widening of tax base.