Govt orders placement of 200 KAS officers

38 BDOs,37 Tehsildars, 24 CDPOs Among Appointees

MUDDASIR ALI

Srinagar, Dec 13: The state government Thursday ordered posting of around 200 Kashmir Administrative Services (KAS) officers who were awaiting placement after completion of training.
 The General Administration Department (GAD) ordered (vide order no. 1318–GAD) posting of 199 KAS officers of 2011 batch in 17 feeding departments. 
 These Junior Scale Officers had completed on-the-job rotational tenure on November 7, 2012, but their tenure was extended till November 30.
 While highest number of junior scale KAS officers 38, were deputed as Block Development Officers (BDO) in Rural Development Department which was facing severe shortage of middle rung officers, another 37 officers would join as Tehsildar in Revenue Department.
 At least 24 KAS officers have been posted as Child Development Project Officers (CDPO) in Social Welfare Department while 17 junior scale officials each would work as ETOs and CTOs in the Excise and Taxation Departments and Under Secretaries in the civil secretariat respectively.
 Another 12 officers have been posted as Functional Managers in Industries and Commerce Department while 10 officers would function as Project Managers in the same department.
 Five officials each have been posted in Labor, Information, Handicrafts and Handloom departments while four KAS officers each have been kept at the disposal of Employment and Cooperative Department.
 The Transport, Hospital and Protocol and Agencies and Tourism have got two, two and one officers respectively.
 The GAD order said the respective administrative departments shall post these Probationers immediately, on regular basis strictly in conformity with the guidelines detailed in Transfer Policy 2010
 Jammu and Kashmir is facing shortage of officers at various levels in the administration affecting government functioning.

Lastupdate on : Thu, 13 Dec 2012 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Thu, 13 Dec 2012 18:30:00 GMT
Lastupdate on : Fri, 14 Dec 2012 00:00:00 IST




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