Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Historical decision by Board to open Inter-commissionerate transfer

Posted by Secretary General on 10/18/2011 08:40:00 PM with 17 comments


One long standing demand of this Association, after years of relentless persuasion, has been acceded to by the CBEC. The Board met today afternoon, and in a major decision, it has decided to lift the ban on Inter – Commissionerate Transfers of Inspectors. Details are expected to be notified very shortly, probably by next week. We have met the concerned Board officials this evening and requested that the needful may kindly be done for implementing the Board’s decision immediately and we have been assured that it will be so.  

17 comments:

kumar shiv pujan said...

Excellent News Sir. This will helps us to be transfered into our home town or in the city or place where we can give our most efficient performance in our language friendly zone.shiv pujan kumar.central excise inspector.tamilnadu region.

Bhagawati Sharan said...

Its really a historical decision taken by CBEC. But what about all India seniority matter. Without it, we will have to go our desired location loosing our seniority.

Rakesh said...

Probably the best news after joining of the service. The efforts put in by the comrades are invaluable for which we shall remain indebted forever. Now, we can work with a relief that we shall go to our home town (Kolkata in my case) sooner rather than later instead of feeling the heat of being confined so far away from our place till for an uncertain period of time.

Rakesh Mishra, Inspector, Puducherry Commissionerate.

ARAMBAM DHANESHOR SINGH(A D ) said...

But this is not going to be easy and long term solution in future also,as all can't go wherever she/he wants and even with some conditions like completion of three-four years of service or seniority basis or vacancy basis or lost of seniority basis. Hope the long term solution may be putting everyone in a circle where the place of posting is accessible from their native. But it's not like that a native from J&K or Punjab may be posted to Tamil nadu or kerala or North -East,and vice-versa. As J&K or punjab can reach upto Delhi or hardly UP,North-East upto west Bengal,Tamil nadu Kerala upto MP or Andhra vice -versa.

Rajesh Kumar said...

Its a good news, but at the same time I doubt that getting transfer would be an easy task. I think the expected change in policy is only for the purpose of appeasing a certain class of people. There has never been transparency in the inter-commissionerate transfer policy in the central excise department.

Chandra Prakash said...

It is a very gud news but I think transfers will be so easy. the Deptt. may hindered the transfers in their own ways. Also try for introducing Departmental tests in the department for promotion to the post of Supdt. , so thathard working inspectors & staff might get rewrd for their hard work. Also the rotation policy in the deptt. is not fair like customs & IT. & the officers have to remain on the mercy of the Seniors or buttering their feets.

vinay said...

Its a good news, but what happens to seniority

vinay said...

What happens to seniority

satya singh said...

good news. i think in the outgoing process of restructuring of cadre it was necessary for the administration to lift the ban from the ict.
Now it will require a all india basis fair transfer policy so that the needs of administration as well as officers could be fulfilled and any posssibility of misuse of all india trasfer obligation may be avoided. congratulations to all officers.

ABHISHEK MISHRA said...

good news ,, waiting for the detailed notification ....

Samrat said...

its a very good news

Samrat said...

this diwali we want to celebrate with board members who are so kind enough to listen a number of people voice who live from this home town 2500 kms away.... thanks to those who took pain for....SAMRAT BERA

Jai kr said...

When the notification will be notified, plz tell...

Mukesh kumar Singh ,Madurai Commissionerate said...

It is really a historical decision, for which we shall remain indebted forever. But in the same time transfer policy should be fair and without of misusing seniority. Hope again we will hear historical decision. Thanks to all who are there to make possible such decision as historical

dharmendra singh said...

this really good news and it is according to human right but some certain clarifiaction/remedial measure should be taken regarding to seniority. i hope the notification should be with out ambiguity
Inspector DHARMENDRA SINGH CHAUAHN, MYSORE COMMISSIONERATE

Sudhir said...

congrats to all central excise inspectors who are working out of their native states!! Now there is ray of hope that they can go to their native or neighboring states. But we hope that Board will regard our seniority.

ghanshyam said...

GOOD NEWS THAT ASSOCIATION HAS WRITTEN A LETTER TO BOARD TO GIVE A FAVOURABLE EYE ON ICT, ON THE ISSUE OF COMPLATION OF PROBATION PERIOD. HOPE AND PRAY TO CONSIDER IT…………………………
GHANSHYAM
INSPECTOR, C.H.DAMAN