Monday, August 8, 2011

SUPREME COURT JUDGEMENT IN W.P.NO.1198/2005 RATIO CASE

Posted by Secretary General on 6:15 PM with 9 comments
SC Order in W.P.1198-2005

9 comments:

chokka@blr said...

The Ball is in the court of CBEC now.. All concerned will have to awake and bat through to win the game fair and square. Else, there could be match fixing once again..

The Hard work has just begun..

Hoping for the Best..

With regards
chokkalingam M,
Bangalore

Vinod Kumar V V said...

Chances are that Board would delay the process citing one or other reasons and ask for extension of time. And citing this reason the CR would also get delayed. Then how could one expect fairness ........... Remember justice delayed is justice denied.

vinodkumar

Sreedhar said...

Dear friends,
The judgement is a sure sign for relief to central excise officers.But it is to be materialised. Now our associations have a major role to play in getting it implemented in time in the interest of our cadre. Both Supdt' as well as Inspectors associations should combine and work together to achieve our common goal. Let us fight unitedly.
Regards
Sreedhar.E

ok pathak said...

IT IS NO WHERE MENTIONED IN ORDER THAT THE MATTER OF RATIO IS TO BE TAKEN STARTING FROM 1997 ONWARDS. PL PUBLISH THE CLARIFICATION REGARDING THIS.

n s dev said...

we have to be alert and diligent in pursuing the matter, else the CR promotions may be made according to existing ratio favouring the blue eyed boys

N S Dev

vengat said...

AICEIA HAS TO APPROCH THE BOARD AS WE ARE A MAJOR STAKE HOLDER. IT SHOULD BE ENSURED THAT OUR VOICES ARE ALSO TAKEN INTO ACCOUNT WHILE FINALIZING THE RATIO BASED ON HARD FACTS.

manimohan said...

As per the second direction in the Judgement of the Apex court, 'Union of India shall duly consider all such representations including those made before it in light of the subsequent development in the cadre strength of the 3 feeder categories of group-B services and amend/revise the Recruitment Rules including altering the existing ration to secure just and fair representation fall the 3 feeder categories."
In this regard, the word 'including' used in two places is important. This allows the other associations who will be concerned with the issue also to get heard and not the 3 feeder cadre representatives alone. The second aspect is that the emphasis is on securing just and fair representation to the feeder categories. No where it prohibits adopting the base cadre seniority as basis. If that alone can solve the regional imbalances, it will have to be adopted. If the three feeder cadres are to be brought to one source from where their origin begins in the department, it cannot be farther from the point of the common All India exam through which they were recruited into the department. Hence, in my opinion, even if due to paucity of time, the Assns of Insps and Supdts could not sit together, they should be able to make representations based on the basic, accepted principles in the interest of both cadres.

ramesh said...

yes, i fully agree with manimohan. it makes a lot of sense to count the seniority in the joining cadre (date of promotion for promotees) when the seniority for promotion to ac is considered. but will it be too much to expect from the board?
ramesh.r.

NARENDRA said...

The SC judgement is for framing and issuing of RR by 31-12-2011 and it thus appears that the RR would be implimented prospectively. The vacancies earlier to framing of new RR shall be filled up by applying the earlier RR. There appears no verdict to bring the promotion aspect at par with reference to seniority or length of service.It is therefore felt that the construction of new RR would be crucial for promotion prospects of central excise and for which the cbec needs to be approched appropriately.