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Long delays in recruitment process: PSC points fingers at official inadequacy
Departments ignore GAD directives
3/24/2015 12:13:03 AM
Arun Singh
Early Times Report
Jammu, Mar 23: The premier recruitment agency the state, the J&K Public Service Commission has indicted 'incomplete information and miscommunication' provided to agency during requisition of recruitment by various government departments for delays in recruitment process for which commission is often blamed.
This issue has been pointed out in 57th Annual Report 2013-14 of Public Service Commission tabled on both houses of legislatures. In the report it has been alleged despite the issues raised by the Commission from time to time to the indenting departments the response has not been positive to rectify the mal practice.
The report says that it is desirable that the departments must send their formal requisitions for direct recruitment in Form-l complete in all respects but many times departments have been found to leave various columns of Form-l incomplete.
"As such some important information that should have been forthcoming, from the Form-l, remains missing which results in unnecessary and avoidable delays and impressed upon those heading the indenting departments of the State that they should personally ensure that, while posts are being referred to the Commission, all the necessary information is furnished," it says.
It further pointed out that the practice of the Government making ad hoc appointments/regular appointments in relaxation of rules against direct quota posts still continues. Neither copies of such Government orders are endorsed to the Commission nor are details of the posts filled made available to it. As such it has not been possible for the Commission to monitor such appointments. In some cases, ad hoc appointees have been regularized or regular appointments are made in relaxation of rules without fulfilling the constitutional requirement of consulting the Commission.
PSC divulged that on the request of Commission, the General Administration Department advised all the departments to ensure that copies of orders regarding ad hoc appointments and stop-gap arrangements invariably be endorsed to the Commission but only some departments adhered the instructions in this regard. While it is necessary to make obligatory for all the departments to adhered the instruction passed on by the General Administration Department. For this purpose, the State Government needs to devise a mechanism to ensure compliance.
PSC further said that majority of promotion cases remain pending for want of issuance of a' final seniority list, annual performance reports, integrity certificates, recruitment rules and the year-wise break-up of vacancies with reference to the cause of vacancies. The Commission would like to impress upon various departments of the Government to furnish expeditiously any information/document, asked for by the Commission. The departments should, while making the promotion proposal, send their cases with complete documents, as required under rules.
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