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Representation of Various Services at the Director/Deputy Secretary Level under Central Staffing Scheme

Representation of Various Services at the Director/Deputy Secretary Level under Central Staffing Scheme


The representation of various services at the Director/Deputy Secretary level under the Central Staffing pattern of Government of India:-

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MINISTRY OF  PERSONNEL,PUBLIC GRIEVANCES AND PENSIONS
RAJYA SABHA
QUESTION NO  1338
ANSWERED ON  04.12.2014

Representation for Central Secretariat Services in Government


1338         Shri Sanjiv Kumar
Will the Minister of PERSONNEL,PUBLIC GRIEVANCES AND PENSIONS be pleased to state

(a) the representation of various services at the Director/Deputy Secretary level under the Central Staffing pattern of Government of India;


(b) whether it is a fact that there are posts earmarked for the Central Secretariat Service at the level of Director/Deputy Secretary, the number of such posts that have been earmarked/reserved; and

(c) whether Government considering the way in which best talent can be brought in at the Director/Deputy Secretary level in Government and if so, whether such earmarking of posts, serves the interests of drawing the best talent available within Government?

ANSWER
    
Minister of State in the Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions and Minister of State in the Prime Minister’s Office. (DR. JITENDRA SINGH)

(a): As per the centralized information available in DOPT, the representation of various services at the Director/Deputy Secretary level under the Central Staffing Scheme of the Government of India is at Annexure I. It may be mentioned here that the Central Secretariat Service is not a participating service under the Central Staffing Scheme at the Director/Deputy Secretary level.

(b): Cadre restructuring of Central Secretariat Service in 2010 had fixed the combined strength of Joint Secretary (in-situ), Directors and Deputy Secretary of CSS at 600, with inter se flexibility subject to a ceiling of 40 posts for Joint Secretary (in-situ) and 220 posts at the Director level.

(c): The posts at Director/Deputy Secretary are filled through two streams, the Central Staffing Scheme and the Central Secretariat Service. Under the Central Staffing Scheme, by bringing in officers from various services, namely All India Services and the participating Group A Services, the Centre’s need for fresh inputs at senior levels in policy planning, formulation of policy and implementation of programmes, is fulfilled. The cadre posts of the Central Secretariat Service at this level are filled based on seniority/fitness. The officers of the Central Secretariat Service bring rich secretarial experience to such posts. The current system, therefore, provides a mix of fresh inputs and secretarial experience.       

Annexure I

STATEMENT SHOWING REPRESENTATION OF VARIOUS SERVICES AT THE DIRECTOR/DEPUTY SECRETARY LEVEL UNDER THE CENTRAL STAFFING SCHEME OF THE GOVERNMENT OF INDIA (as on 1.12.2014)

Name of Service
Representation (Appx.)
Indian Administrative Service
13%
Indian Police Service
2%
Indian Forest Service
9%
Indian Audit & Accounts Service
4%
Indian Civil Accounts Services
2%
Indian Defence Accounts Service
5%
Indian Economic Service
4%
Indian Statistical Service
4%
Indian Revenue Service (C&CE)
4%
Indian Revenue Service (IT)
7%
Indian Postal Service
4%
Indian Information Service
1%
Railway Service
9%
Central Power Engineering Service
1%
Central Engineering Service (Roads)
1%
Indian Company Law Service
1%
Indian Defence Estates Service
1%
Indian Telecom Service
11%
Indian Ordnance Factory Service
8%
Indian cost & Accounts Service
2%
Indian Trade Service
1%
Indian P&T Finance & Accounts Service
3%
Others
3%

     Source: RajyaSabha.nic.in



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