Railway Board Comprehensive Transfer Policy – Exemption 05 years service condition for transfers sought on mutual exchange basis on spouse basis
How a married couple is treated in various Central Government service matters when both Husband and Wife are serving in Central Government?
National Federation of Indian Railwaymen (NFIR) urges for review of Transfer policy causing difficulties to Group ‘C’ staff
Controller General of Accounts OM referring to CVC instructions for transfering Officials who are working in sensitive posts s after every two / three years to avoid developing vested interests
The guidelines shall be applicable to all categories of Teachers, Librarian, Head Master, Assistant and all Group C employees. Transfer shall be effected in the light of provisions contained in clauses 5,6,7,8,9,10 and 11 of the guidelines
Railway Board has issued a circular regarding periodical transfer to non-gazetted posts in Railways. Ministry of Railways has also listed the posts for which Periodical Transfer is applicable.
Comprehensive transfer Policy for Railway Officers in particular for Group A and Group B Officers has been announced superseding all the previous orders. This circular elaborates transfer within zones or intra zones and the residential period, cooling off period of Officers on transfer and their eligibility for request to the desired place.
CSS Officers are posted by DOPT in as many as 80 Ministries at higher level and in 45 cadre units at lower level
Draft Transfer Policy with guidelines framed by DOPT
KVS is in the process of annual Transfer of Teaching and Non Teaching staff and instructed them to submit their grievances if any through proper channel
Transfer Policy of Group B and Group C Officials in Defence Accounts – Constitution of Defence Accounts Placement Board for Implementation of Supreme Court’s Judgement Controller General of Accounts has constituted DAPB – Defence Accounts Placement Board to deal with transfer/ posting for the sake of fairness and transparency in accordance with the Supreme Court Judgement […]