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Govt okays Rs 100 crore special unit in CBI to probe financial crimes

In order to strengthen CBI's capabilities for probing big-ticket financial crimes, the government has approved a Centralised Technology Vertical (CTV) to provide the probe agency real time access to data warehouses for professional expertise and collection of forensic evidences at an approximate cost of Rs 100 crore.

7th Pay Commission: Good news for central government employees as Centre sets up committee to address pay related anomalies

7th Pay Commission: Good news for central government employees as Centre sets up committee to address pay related anomalies

Zee Media Bureau

New Delhi: Central government has finally set up a committee to look into various pay related anomalies arising out of the implementation of the Seventh Central Pay Commission's recommendations under immense pressure from the employees unions.

Rajnath Singh seeks 3-month extension for Ishrat probe officer; PM Modi gives two

Senior IAS officer B K Prasad, who probed the Ishrat Jahan missing files case, has got two- month extension with Prime Minister Narendra Modi reducing the three-month period sought by Home Minister Rajnath Singh.

Book LTC tickets on lowest fare or face action: Govt to staff

Book LTC tickets on lowest fare or face action: Govt to staff

Employees who fail to buy air tickets at the lowest price available on the day while undertaking journey on Leave Travel Concession (LTC) claim will face severe penal action, as per the draft guidelines finalised by the Centre.

Now victims of sexual harassment will get paid leave of 90 days

Now victims of sexual harassment will get paid leave of 90 days

It will come as a relief to the victims who undergo a lot of trauma while working in the office that too in the presence of the accused, a senior DoPT official said.

From teachers to professors, central govt to track non-performers

Employees of autonomous institutions like central universities and AIIMS will come under government scanner now which will keep track of their performance.

Disclose candidates who have applied for Lokpal posts: CIC

The Central Information Commission on Thursday directed the Centre to disclose the names of people who have applied for Lokpal posts so that the public can bring up facts, which may or may not have been disclosed by the candidates, to the notice of the Selection Committee.

Babus to lose job for overstaying on foreign assignments: Govt

Babus to lose job for overstaying on foreign assignments: Govt

IAS and IPS officers will lose their job for overstaying on foreign assignments for more than a month.

Complete recruitment process within six months: DoPT to govt departments

The draft prepared by the DOPT says there was "unduly large" delay in recruitment process undertaken by many central government departments.

No change in recruitment rules without seeking public view: Govt

To encourage people's participation in policy making, all ministries were today asked by the government not to frame or amend recruitment rules without seeking public comments.

Govt to hire retired officers to probe corruption complaints

Mentally and physically-sound retired Central and state governments employees will be engaged by the Centre for conducting departmental inquiries against delinquent officials, a move aimed at checking delay in finalising such proceedings and pendency.

Govt employees to enjoy rafting, jungle safaris to enhance risk-taking capacities

The Department of Personnel and Training (DoPT) feels that adventure sports will cull the impact of stress and sedentary life on government servants.

PMO creates a list of 125 corrupt officers

Prime Minister Office has created a list of 125 officers who are corrupt. The list will be sent to DoPT who will further give a VRS to the officers.

Babus facing corruption charges may get promotion

Bureaucrats facing corruption charges will be able to get foregone promotions and subsequent benefits after getting a clean chit from disciplinary authority, as per draft guidelines formed by the Centre.

Babus may lose job for overstaying on foreign assignments

Babus may lose job for overstaying on foreign assignments

IAS and IPS officers may lose their job if they overstay on foreign assignments for more than a month without permission, as per the new rules being finalised by the government.

Jantar Mantar sit in grievances considered by Govt: DoPT

The grievance received from people sitting on protests at Jantar Mantar is considered by the Government and action is initiated as per the guidelines for redressing public grievances, Lok Sabha was informed today.

Bangladesh PSC chief calls on DoPT Minister Jitendra Singh

 Bangladesh Public Service Commission (PSC) Chairman Ekram Ahmed today met Union Minister of State for Personnel Jitendra Singh here and discussed the working of UPSC which conducts prestigious civil services examination to select IAS and IPS officers.

Govt employees seeking nod to go abroad to get reply in 3 weeks

Permission to central government employees going abroad need to be given within 21 days of receipt of a request by concerned authorities, failing which it will be assumed that the nod has been given.

Centre seeks report on employment of minorities

A head-count of people belonging to minority communities employed in central government departments during last one year has been started by the Centre as part of review of the Prime Minister's 15-point programme for their welfare.

CIC orders disclosure of communication between PMO and DoPT over Haryana whistleblower

Asserting that people have a right to information about obstructions to political executive and bureaucratic machinery and their working, CIC has held that such records must be disclosed even if they attract exemption clauses because of larger public interests.