Making available publically scores and ranking of candidates in recruitment examinations through portal
Introduction of single window system for acceptance of proposals for framing/amendment of recruitment rules. Proposals will be submitted every week
NIC will develop a website Integrated Information System for Public Recruitment Agencies. This Web-site will have links to various recruiting agency’s own web pages in which results and rank of candidates participated in the recruitment examinations conducted will be displayed
DoPT OM on recruitment of staff through Employment exchanges and also advt in National Career Service (NCS) Portal
DoPT instructs all Ministries to initiate action for notifying the Recruitment Rules as soon as the same are approved by the UPSC so that the prescribed time limit of 10 weeks can be adhered to.
Department of Personnel and Training has issued a communication regarding Discontinuation of Interview for lower level posts. PM feels that it will help in curbing corruption, and substantially easing the problems of poor people. States have also started following doing away with Interviews for lower level posts
Department of Personnel & Training has issued an OM on Instructions regarding time limit for holding examinations / interviews from the date of advertisement for the post under direct recruitment should be completed within 6 months since the delay may deny the opportunity to fresh candidates who become eligible during that period.
Department of Personnel and Training has sent a draft guidelines on the Direct Recruitment Process to the Central Government Ministries and Departments seeking their views before 16th November 2015. DoPT has received representations that there is “unduly large” delay in recruitment process which has to be completed within 6 months from the closing date of the application.
PM has announced that the no interview will be conducted in case of recruitment for Junior Level Posts. One day workshop scheduled for 29.10.2015 in this issue at Civil Services Officers Institute (CSOI), New Delhi, has been Postponed to 16.11.2015
Vacancies in Central Government Departments – Number of posts sanctioned, filled and vacant of Regular Civilian Employees in Central Government The below detail was submitted in a written reply in the Parliament by the Minister of DOPT Shri V.Narayanasamy on 12th December 2013 to a question regarding the number of Central Government employees is constantly […]
Meaning of “Recruitment on all India Basis by Open Competition” – DOPT clarifies
Guidelines for Recruitment of Teachers – Over 7 lakh additional teacher posts have been sanctioned since April, 2010
Recruitment in Army – Recruitable Male Population, All India Merit, Open Competitive Examinations are various methods used for recruitment in posts such as Other ranks, Sailers, Airmen, Soldiers, Officers etc
Staff Selection Commission (SSC) will assist Ministry of Home Affairs for the recruitment of about 40,000 Constables (GD) for the Central Para Military Forces (CPMFs) namely, BSF, CISF, CRPF, SSC and ITBPF and Riflemen in Assam Rifles. The scheme of this recruitment will be on the basis of merit list drawn for each State as per vacancies communicated by the Ministry of Home Affairs
Minister of State for Home, Shri Jitendra Singh convened a meeting today with Directors General of Central Armed Police Forces on revamping the recruitment process for induction of Constables and other ranks.