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Sunday, September 29, 2013

Preparation of unified seniority list of Inspectors of Central Excise on all India basis to remove regional disparity for promotion to the next grade


 Many of our members are having a doubt in their minds that 
our AIB in not showing any interest for removal of regional 
disparity in promotions as existed in our cadre. But this
 is not at all a fact; our Association is fully concerned for 
removal of the same.  Recently DG/HRD vide its 
letter dated 04.09.13 and 09.09.2013 has proposed  for  
preparation of unified seniority list of Inspectors of 
Central Excise on all India basis to remove regional
 disparity for promotion to the next grade. What DG/HRD
 proposed  that first it would prepare one unified seniority 
list of all existing Inspectors considering the merit lists 
of direct recruit Inspectors and date of DPCs of promotee
 Inspectors, thereafter all promotions to the post of 
Superintendent would be made basing on such seniority list
 prospectively. DG/HRD is trying to remove the regional
 disparity in prospectively. But this proposal is against the 
recommendations of Bhardwaj Committee and Board 
minutes of 97 and 12.01.2011 for merger of all 3 base 
cadres( Inspector/PO/Examiner) and preparation of 
unified base cadre  seniority .  The Apex Court has 
already decided that “ If on judicial scrutiny it
 cannot stand the test of reasonableness and 
constitutionality it cannot be allowed to continue
 and has to be struck down”. Since the case filed
 by Mr Laxaman Rao against the Supdt. Central
 Excise Recruitment Rules was rejected  by Apex Court,
 our Association has no other  option except to 
approach CAT in a different footing for parity 
with Examiner of Customs to solve inter cadre as 
well as intra cadre disparity. Therefore  OA No. 
2323 was filed in the Delhi CAT  by our Association 
with the  prayer to issue direction  to amend/revise the
 Recruitment Rules to bring all the Inspectors
 (i.e., Inspectors of Central Excise, Preventive 
Officers and Examiners of Customs) recruited in a 
particular year through All India Combined Examination
 in parity as per their seniority position in respect of their
 service conditions and promotions to maintain the principal 
of equal opportunity & equality before law and to 
save the senior Central Excise officers from humiliation 
of working under their juniors recruited much after in  
Customs belonging to the same cadre of Inspector in CBEC.
If this case will be decided in our favour definitely there is 
a hope for removal of inter cadre as well as intra cadre disparities 
as existed in our cadre.



7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Sir,
Unless we agree and admit that it is a humiliation for a central excise officer to work under intra cadre junior or serve as an inspector even when his intra cadre junior is promoted as superintendent and AC ahead of him, parity with inter cadre or any talk of humiliation will not work. We experienced it for the past 8 years ever since the Bharadwaj Committee report is out. The first step for the inter cadre parity is achieving intra cadre parity. If we fail, the justification for inter cadre parity will be lost and diluted.

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Anonymous said...

it is detrementing and discriminating, collectively humuliating to suffer doubly. Adding to the owe of stagnation in promotion, the base year of seniority is wrongfully erred. unless CBEC accept the date of advertisement for recruitment as the base date for seniority, like CBDT, vide HC order has adopted, all india seniority will be another humiliation for direct recruits. Please Secretary and President, take up this matter which is also pending with CBEC, and highlight the same before drawing all india seniority list. Other wise strong protest is likely by DR.

Anonymous said...

from the seniority list of Kolkata Zone prepared as on 31.03.2010, it is quite cleared that how the men who are in the power can manage all things.....between 2000 to 2010 no list was published. In between these years 600 and above promotions were granted. It is welknown that after cadre restructuring in 2002, one time relexation was available only on those posts which were created as a result of restructuring. But at that time all regular vacancies were filed by promotions.After joining of 2003 batch dpc was held in 2007 and to give them notional seniority all promotees were placed before 2003. No rules were followed during prepration of list. From 2003 onwards all direct recruites were placed in one place. No ratio was followed by the cadre controling officers. In Kolkata Zone no direct inspector will get promotion in upcoming 5 or 6 years.

Anonymous said...

shillong zone suffer the most in stagnancy. it is seen that Direct recruit of the same batch who is posted in other zone not by choice has already become Supt , even AC/DC,but in shillong his batch mate is still inspector. He has srve below his own batch mate. It is not his choice to be in shillong zone. He also needs promotions but helpless. What is discrimination in the indian constitution? is this one of the blind eye of equality. Nobody has been paying any attention to this in justice. How long will CBEC, Association, etc discriminate us. are we not a part of this organisation or department. we are working not lesser than the rest of the zone in collecting revenue. Are we this departments street childrens, begging for justice but neglected in the dumping ground. We the new generation DR are will no longer accept this. All stone will be turned to get ourselves treated as the genuine children of this department.

Anonymous said...

There are two solutions to remove regional disparity as detailed below:-
1)All India seniority list as suggested be prepared and then promotion be made to Supdt. cadre according to their seniority. OR
2)Promotion upto the grade of Supdt. would continue to be made in the existing pattern. But for the promotion to the grade of AC, total length of service from joining as Inspector to be counted. In such promotions, regional disparity will be removed atleast in the cadre of AC.

I think the second suggestion will be more pragmatic, which can be accepted by all without any dispute.

Anonymous said...

Now take this. Long awaited CR is now a reality. Surprisingly All association including all india association is quietly accepting it and many junior inspectors are now becoming superintendents. Nothing has been done nothing will be done. reasons.......? Any way congratulations to all colleagues and specially who are becoming out of turn. Unfortunately all our associations are hopeless and this incident has put full stop on their existence.