J&Ok submits proposal to UPSC, MHA for filling 28 IPS vacancies
Srinagar, Could 23: The Jammu & Kashmir authorities has despatched a proposal to the Union Public Service Fee and Ministry of Residence Affairs for filling 28 vacancies in promotion quota of the distinguished Indian Police Service, the information company—Kashmir Information Observer (KNO) has learnt.
Extremely positioned sources disclosed to KNO that Residence division of J&Ok authorities has submitted an in depth proposal to UPSC and MHA for induction of 28 officers of Jammu & Kashmir Police Service into IPS.
“The proposal was submitted last week,” they stated, including that 84 names have been submitted to the Union Public Service Fee and MHA as three names are despatched in opposition to one emptiness. The federal government has submitted the proposal to fill vacancies of 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013.
The proposal was submitted after MHA decided 28 vacancies for these years- 08 for 2010, three vacancies for 2011, 08 vacancies for 2012 and 09 vacancies for 2013.
The method of filling vacancies in promotion quota got here to halt from 2010 attributable to completely different points together with seniority dispute and litigation. As per guidelines, the method of induction into IPS begins from the willpower of the vacancies by the Central Authorities in opposition to the promotion quota of any state.
After willpower of vacancies, the State Authorities involved forwards a proposal to the us containing the main points/data of the State Police Service officers within the order of their seniority.
After submission of the proposal, the us convenes a gathering of all of the three stake holders- UPSC, Centre and State- which is named ‘Choice Committee Assembly.
The choice Committee scrutinizes the data/ ACRs and different particulars of SPS officers completely and as per the provisions of Regulation 5(4) of the promotions Rules. In line with guidelines, the committee data its suggestions within the form of ‘Minutes’ that are signed by every member and the Chairperson.
These minutes are first despatched to the State Authorities involved which in flip ahead these to the Central Authorities after its concurrence. Central Authorities additionally look at the minutes and convey its concurrence to the us.
Lastly, these are positioned earlier than the Fee. The Fee conveys its approval to the Central Authorities which is the cadre controlling authority for the Indian Police Service.
Subsequently, the MHA points notification for induction of officers into Indian Police Service who’re included within the choose checklist unconditionally precisely within the order during which their names seem within the choose checklist—(KNO)
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