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Thursday, December 26, 2013

Dopt Order - Revised Scheme in the method of induction of SCS/Non-SCS/SPS/SFoS officers to IAS/IPS/IFoS

Revised Scheme in the method of induction of SCS/Non-SCS/SPS/SFoS officers to IAS/IPS/IFoS

Salient features of the proposed examination

1. Common Annual Examination

• UPSC to conduct a Common Examination on a single day at UPSC, New Delhi for induction to each of the All India Services i.e. mIAS (SCS and Non SCS). IPS and IFoS.
• The examination may consist of following
papers:
Paper I: Aptitude Test
Paper II: Part A — General Studies
Part B    — State specific and service specific questions with a view to also test the knowledge and application of the officers in the critical areas of public administration and development related issues.
(Both     papers I & II will have objective type questions.)
Part III   : Essay. Comprehension and Precis Type [only for Non SCS officer, in addition to Paper I and Paper II]
• There may not be any separate language paper.
• The specific detailed syllabi for each of the paper would be finalized by the Commission separately.


2. Interview

For SCS/SPS/SFoS officers :

• A final merit list shall be prepared taking into account all the marks obtained in four      components      i.e., 'written examination', 'length  of service's `assessment of ACR' and `interview' by all the candidates in the zone of consideration.

• There should be a common Interview Board for all the three services and ACR assessment done by a separate Board consisting of State representatives and Govt. of India representatives as is done currently in accordance with the present Promotion Regulations. Both Boards will be presided by Chairman/Member, UPSC.

For Non-SCS officers :

• A final merit list shall be prepared taking into account all the marks obtained in three  components     i.e.,        `written examination', 'assessment of ACR' and `interview' by all the candidates in the zone of consideration.

• There should be a common Interview Board for all the three services and ACR assessment done by a separate Board consisting of State representatives and Govt. of India representatives as is done currently in accordance with the present Promotion Regulations. Both Boards will be presided by Chairman/Member, UPSC.

3. Maximum age

54 years of SCS/SPS/SFoS/Non-SCS officers. This could subsequently by brought down to enable selection of younger persons.

4. Zone  of consideration

• Three times the number of vacancies in a State in respect of SCS/SPS/SFoS.

• In case of non-SCS officers, Screening Committee        constituted         by           the         State
2 Government for short-listing the names of officers shall forward names of officers proposed for consideration of the Selection Committee and the size of the short list shall be 5 times the number of vacancies.

5. Minimum length of service:

8 years of a Group A service in a State for all categories.

6. Number of attempts:

As per zone of consideration and Age. This could be introduced after successful implementation of the Scheme.

7. Weightage for written exam, personality test, PAR and seniority.

For SCS/SPS/SFoS  categories :

Written Exam : 30%
Length of Service : 25%
APAR: 25%
Interview: 20%
For Non –SCS category:
Exam :
55%
Length of Service Nil
APAR: 25%
Interview: 25%

8. Service specific paper

Yes.

9. State specific Result

Candidates from one State would be eligible for consideration for appointment in that State only.

10. Review

The scheme could be reviewed   after its implementation for 3 years.


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