Launching/Introduction of New Recruitment Rules Formulation, Amendment Monitoring System (RRFAMS) Portal
7th Pay Commission Implementation – Amendment of Service Rules / Recruitment Rules consequent on revision of pay scales
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
Presently, Ministries/Departments are not notifying the Recruitment Rules to a number of posts which were advised upon by the Commission even after the lapse of ten weeks time
DoPT invites views about the new Recruitment Rules before 30.09.2016. Periodic revision of RRs is important to ensure that candidates with requisite qualifications are selected.
Post of Labour Officer has been classified as General Central Service Group ‘B’ Gazetted Ministerial and scale of pay of Labour officers will be Pay Band-2, Rs. 9300-34800 plus Grade Pay of Rs. 4600/-
Railway Board has revised the minimum educational qualification for the post of Physiotherapist, Gr.II. in pursuant to the issue raised by National Federation of Indian Railwaymen (NFIR) in the PNM meeting with Railway Board.
Department of Posts has proposed modification in the Recruitment Rules of Superintendent-Sorting and wants all the share holders to go through it and those who want to send comments can do so within 30 days. If no reply is received within the stipulated time period, it will be presumed that the Stakeholders have no comments on the proposed Recruitment Rules.
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.
Personnel Ministry invites proposal for framing/amendment in the Recruitment Rules of any post in Ministries/Departments from stakeholders for consideration Thereafter, taking into account the comments so received, the proposal would be sent to DoPT, UPSC and Ministry of Law for finalisation.
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and pensions has issued an OM regarding age relaxation in upper age limit for the residents of the Jammu and Kashmir
DOPT has issued an OM on framing or amending Recruitment Rules. The Step guide for procession of the proposal for framing/amendment of Recruitment Rules is reproduced
Educational Qualifications and Experience for framing Recruitment Rules – DOPT seeks comments and suggestions on draft guidelines on fixing Educational Qualifications and Experience for framing Recruitment Rules