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Saturday, January 29, 2011

LETTER TO CHAIRMAN ON CADRE RESTRUCTURING

ALL INDIA CENTRAL EXCISE INSPECTORS’ ASSOCIATION
15/1 Strand Road, Custom House, M.S.Building, 7th floor, Kolkata-700001
(Affiliated to the Confederation of Central Government Employees & Workers)
Recognised by Ministry of Finance
[vide F.No.B.12017/1/2004-Ad.IV A dated 31.12.07 & 14.1.08]

President         :

Arun Zachariah.P      

09447037011
Working President:
 A.S. Kundu
09426746721

Vice President (NZ):
Lekh Raj Meena
Vice President (SZ):
N. Venkitakrishnan
Vice President (WZ): V.K.Tyagi
Vice President (EZ): Sanjay Singh
Vice President (CZ):
S.K. Panda

Secretary General: Kousik Roy

 09831007827

Asst. Secy. General:     
N. Balraj
09849859460
Liaison Secretary:         
Shibaji Ch. Nayak 09437090969

Jt. Secretary (NZ):        
Aabhay Singh
Jt. Secretary (SZ): Shankar Rao
Jt. Secretary (WZ):
R.B.Meena
Jt. Secretary (EZ): Pramod K. Dhal


Address for Correspondence:
Block-‘B’ Flat No. 301 68, Shibpur Road, Shibpur, Mandirtala, Howrah-711102
Phone   : 03322420693           
Cell      : 09831007827    

 E.Mail:

Ref. No. AICIEA/CBEC/43/2011                  24.01.2011
To,
Shri. Sumit Dutt Majumder
Chairman,Central Board of Excise &Customs,
Ministry of Finance,
North Block, New Delhi
 Sir,

                                 Sub: Cadre restructuring 2010-11 – Reg

              We thank you for convening the meeting of all the recognized associations on 18.01.2011 and your efforts to bring in transparency while finalizing the restructuring proposal. While reiterating our submission to you on 16.12.2010 we would like to offer the following suggestions as our response to the presentation made in the meeting:

  1. Though it has been committed that regional disparity would be taken care off while allocating the posts, we submit that this should be coupled with a continuing in situ scheme, or else, regional disparity would again seep in within a couple of years from restructuring.
  2. While acknowledging that the proposed increase in Deputy/Assistant Commissioner is a substantial one, it has also to be appreciated that it would not be sufficient to give 2nd promotion to an inspector even in his 25th year. Hence an in situ promotion scheme should be made part of the cadre restructuring. There is no justification in de linking it with cadre restructuring since catering to career aspirations is one among the prime objective of cadre restructuring.
  3. The posts arising at the level of Deputy/Assistant Commissioner out of restructuring should be filled purely based on stagnation and not according to ratio. The power to relax the recruitment rules may be invoked to achieve this purpose.

 In anticipation of a favourable response, I remain.


                                                                                        Yours faithfully



                                                                                                                                                           KOUSIK ROY
                                                SECRETARY GENERAL

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