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Worry For Young IAS

With the Government of India revising the Empanelment Policy of Indian Administrative Service (IAS) Officers, fear and apprehensions writ large among the younger lots in Odisha.

2007 Batch IAS Officers are worried as they will have to move out to serve in the Union Government for at least two years as they have three years left with them as they will be completing 16 years of service in 2023.

Department of Personnel and Training (DoPT) has brought out notification on 18 June in this regard, which made it mandatory to have at least two years of experience at Deputy Secretary/Director Level under Central Staffing Scheme for empanelment at Joint Secretary Level at the Centre.

As there is acute shortage of young officers in Deputy Secretary and Director Level Posts in Government of India, DoPT has brought out this new Policy, officials say.

Earlier, DoPT has written to the State Governments several times to spare IAS Officers and allow them to serve in Centre.

Most importantly, keeping in view the requirement of creating a strong cadre of professionally trained crops of officers, with the experience at the Centre and the State, the Appointments of Committee of the Cabinet has taken this decision, officials say.

To begin with 2007 Batch IAS will have to move out immediately and other Batch of IAS Officers will have to plan accordingly, pointed out an ACS Rank IAS Officer.

There are four Direct Recruit  IAS Officers are there in 2017 Batch in Odisha Cadre, out them One has already left for Government of India.

Now  rest three IAS Officers will have to move out to Union Government to have at least two years of experience as by 2023, they will complete 16 years of service.

These IAS Officers will have to take No Objection Certificate (NOC) from the State Government to join Union Government.

With paucity of IAS Officers, the State Government is not allowing the Mandarins to join in the Centre.

However with the changed circumstances, these Mandarins will have to serve in Union Government as empanelment in Joint Secretary level is crucial for their future.

An ACS Rank Officer said IAS Officers have two options. If they opt to serve in the State Cadre, their future will be limited to serve in the State only.

But if they opt for serving in the Central Government, the Mandarin will have the larger scope in working in Government of India with wider scope of work, said an IAS Officer serving in a crucial Ministry.

However in several cases, State Government was not willing to release the officers.

Evan an IAS Officer was tipped for a crucial post in Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) and he was denied permission.

Several times, many senior and young IAS officers failed to get clearance from the State Government to apply for Central Deputation.

Now with the notification of DoPT, several IAS Officers of 2017 Batch are having sleepless nights, said sources.
 
 

    



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