Wednesday, August 28, 2013

News on Cadre Restructuring in the CBEC

Posted by Secretary General on 8/28/2013 10:57:00 AM with 4 comments
It is learnt that the Committee of Secretaries met on 27.08.2013  and approved the Restructuring Proposal of the CBEC. Reports say that as per  the approved proposal, for the Gr B executive stream, there would be an increase of around 5000 posts each in the Gazetted  and Non-Gazetted cadres. 2118 posts are reported to have been approved for promotion to Group A from Group B. Now this proposal would be placed before the  Union Cabinet for approval. The Draft Cabinet Note has already been prepared by the DGHRD Customs and Central Excise, and things are now expected to move fast.  
AICEIA remains committed and firm in its stand that regional disparities in promotions across various Cadre Control Zones needs to be addressed on topmost priority. Equally important  is the need to accord parity in promotions among the three base feeder cadres for promotion as Assistant Commissioners.The well considered, justified and longstanding demand repeatedly and persistently raised by this Association for time bound functional promotions at the end of 8, 15  and 23 years of service is also reiterated. These measures alone can provide relief from the twin curses of stagnation and regional disparities that have been plaguing our cadre for decades.  
Ajit Kumar K G 
Secretary General  

4 comments:

Unknown said...

thank u very much sir.....it ll give better promotional aspect to all cbec staffs.

Ncs kumar said...

I completely agree with this. There must be parity in the promotions of central excise and customs dept irrespective of excise or examiner or preventive inspector as all are appointed by a common exam and with that of common qualifications.

Even there should not be much difference compared to income tax dept too apart from diff in the same cadre of CBEC (Excise,Examiner,Prevention)

Ncs kumar said...

I completely agree with this. There must be parity in the promotions of central excise and customs dept irrespective of excise or examiner or preventive inspector as all are appointed by a common exam and with that of common qualifications.

Even there should not be much difference compared to income tax dept too apart from diff in the same cadre of CBEC (Excise,Examiner,Prevention)

Ncs kumar said...

I completely agree with this. There must be parity in the promotions of central excise and customs dept irrespective of excise or examiner or preventive inspector as all are appointed by a common exam and with that of common qualifications.

Even there should not be much difference compared to income tax dept too apart from diff in the same cadre of CBEC (Excise,Examiner,Prevention)