Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Haryana Education Dept invites objections

by Haryananewswire
CHANDIGARH, APRIL 23
Haryana Secondary Education Department has invited comments or objections on the tentative seniority list of Assistants and Deputy Superintendents working in its field offices.
While stating this here today, a spokesman of the department said that a letter has been issued to all District Education Officer, District Elementary Education Officer, Director SCERT, Gurgaon, all Principal of District Institutes of Education and Training, all Block Education Officer and Block Elementary Education Officer in this regard. He said that if any official have any objection, he or she could intimate the same along with proof to Directorate at Panchkula within 15 days.
He said that in case no such objection is received from any employee within 15 days, the final seniority list would be prepared. Thereafter no such request would be considered, he added.
HCS OFFICER TRANSFERRED: The Haryana Government has today issued transfer and posting orders of an HCS officer with immediate effect.
Mr H. C. Bhatia, awaiting orders of posting, has been posted as Additional Secretary, Finance Department against a vacant post.
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Instructions on writing ACR of Haryana Civil Services officers

by Haryananewswire
CHANDIGARH, APRIL 23
The Haryana Government has issued instructions for writing of annual confidential reports of Haryana Civil Services (HCS) Officers.
While giving this information here today, an official spokesman said that as per the guidelines the reporting, reviewing and accepting authority for writing Annual Confidential Reports (ACR) of officers of Haryana Civil Services (HCS) would be only one officer each for a given period of time. However, if more than one person supervises the performance of the member of the Service, the Personnel Department has to identify the person to report or review well in advance of the relevant assessment year.
He said that where more than one person supervises the performance of a member of HCS, the relevant assessment year as reporting or reviewing authority, the person who supervises the performance of the member of the service for the maximum period (minimum of 3 months) during the relevant assessment year, would report or review the performance of the officers reported upon, during the relevant assessment year.
The spokesman said that in case the periods of the officers who supervise the performance of the member of the service during the 'relevant assessment year are the same, then the later person would report or review the performance of the officer reported upon during the relevant assessment year.
He said that quite often an officer reported upon holds more than one post simultaneously, in such cases, the authorities prescribed for writing ACRs of the substantive (main) post would report or review the performance of the officer reported upon during the relevant assessment year. In case of officers holding the charge of the posts of Additional Deputy Commissioner, Sub Divisional Officer (Civil), City Magistrate and General Manager, Haryana Roadways, either main or additional charge, their ACRs would be got recorded of the post of Additional Deputy Commissioner or Sub Divisional Officer (Civil) or City Magistrate or General Manager, Haryana Roadways held by them, he added.

While detailing the schedule for writing ACRs of HCS Officers, he said that April 30 would be the cutoff date for blank ACR form to be given to the officer reported upon by the personal department specifying the reporting officer and reviewing authority whereas, May 31 would be the cutoff date for self appraisal for current year. Similarly, the cutoff date for appraisal by reporting authority would be June 30 and by reviewing authority would be July 31. For appraisal by accepting authority the cutoff date would be August 31, he added.
He said that if ACR for a financial year is not recorded by December 31, of the year in which the financial year ended, no remarks would be recorded thereafter and the office would be assessed on the basis of overall record and self assessment for the year at the time of his promotion to the higher grade or posts by the competent authority, if he has submitted his self assessment in time. He said that if the officer reported upon fails to submit the self appraisal in time, an entry to this effect would be made in the ACR performa and would be sent to the reporting authorities for recording remarks therein, he added. He said that these instructions would be applicable for ACRs of HCS officers with effect from assessment year 2013-14 and onwards.
The spokesman said that for writing ACR of Additional Deputy Commissioner-cum-CEO, DRDA, the Deputy Commissioner would be the reporting authority, whereas, Committee comprising Chief Secretary, Administrative Secretary of Development and Panchayat and Divisional Commissioner concerned would be the reviewing authority and Chief Minister would be the accepting authority. Similarly, for Sub Divisional Officers (Civil), the Deputy Commissioner would be the reporting authority, whereas, Financial Commissioner, Revenue would be the reviewing authority and Chief Minister would be the accepting authority. For City Magistrate, the Deputy Commissioner would be the reporting authority whereas, Financial Commissioner, Revenue would be the reviewing authority and Chief Minister would be the accepting authority.
He said that for Deputy/Joint/Additional/Special Secretary, the Administrative Secretary would be the reporting authority, whereas, the Minister in Charge would be the reviewing authority and Chief Minister would be the accepting authority. For writing ACR of Officer on special Duty to Chief Minister, Principal Secretary to Chief Minister would be Reporting Authority and Chief Minister would be the Reviewing and Accepting Authorities. Likewise, for Officer on Special Duty 0/0 Divisional Commissioners, the Divisional Commissioner would be the reporting authority, Financial Commissioner, Revenue would be the reviewing authority and Chief Minister would be the accepting authority. For the post of Secretary, Staff Selection Commission, Chairman would be the reporting authority , Chief Secretary would be the reviewing authority and Chief Minister would be the accepting authority.
The spokesman said that for writing ACR of Controller, Printing and Stationary, the Administrative Secretary would be the reporting authority, Minister-in-charge would be the reviewing authority and Chief Minister would be the accepting authority. For, Joint/Additional Directors in various Departments, the Head of the Department would be the reporting authority, Administrative Secretary would be the reviewing authority and Chief Minister would be the accepting authority, for, Joint/Additional Labour Commissioner, the Head of the Department would be the reporting authority, Administrative Secretary would be the reviewing authority and Chief Minister would be the accepting authority, for Joint Registrar (Admn.), Cooperative Societies, Head of the Department would be the reporting authority, Administrative Secretary would be the reviewing authority and Chief Minister would be the accepting authority. For Joint Controller, Civil Defence, Ambala, the Director, Civil Defence would be the reporting authority, Administrative Secretary would be the reviewing authority and Chief Minister would be the accepting authority.
He said that for writing ACR for the post of Joint Chief Electoral Officer, Chief Electoral Officer would be the reporting authority and Election Commission of India would be the reviewing and accepting authority. For General Manager (Project), Irrigation, Head of the Department would be the reporting authority, Administrative Secretary would be the reviewing authority and Chief Minister would be the accepting authority. Similarly, for Joint Transport Commissioners, Head of the Department would be the reporting authority, Administrative Secretary would be the reviewing authority and Chief Minister would be the accepting authority. For Joint State Transport Controller, Head of the Department would be the reporting authority, Administrative Secretary would be the reviewing authority and Chief Minister would be the accepting authority, for General Manager, Haryana Roadways, Head of the Department would be the reporting authority, Administrative Secretary would be the reviewing authority and Chief Minister would be the accepting authority. Likewise, for the post of Secretary, RTA, Head of the Department would be the reporting authority, Administrative Secretary would be the reviewing authority and Chief Minister would be the accepting authority.
The spokesman said that for Joint Excise and Taxation Commissioner, Head of the Department would be the reporting authority, Administrative Secretary would be the reviewing authority and Chief Minister would be the accepting authority. For Assistant Director, Consolidation of Holdings, Rohtak, Head of the Department would be the reporting authority, Administrative Secretary would be the reviewing authority and Chief Minister would be the accepting authority and for Land Acquisition Officers, Head of the Department concerned would be the reporting authority, Administrative Secretary concerned would be the reviewing authority and Chief Minister would be the accepting authority. For Estate Officer, HUDA, Chief Administrator HUDA in consultation with Administrator, HUDA would be the reporting authority, Administrative Secretary would be the reviewing authority and Chief Minister would be the accepting authority. For Secretary/OSD/Zonal Administrator, Inquiry Officer in various Boards and Corporations, Managing Director would be the reporting authority, Administrative Secretary would be the reviewing authority and Chief Minister would be the accepting authority.
The spokesman said that for Managing Directors, Cooperative Sugar Mills, Managing Director, Sugarfed would be the reporting authority, Administrative Secretary would be the reviewing authority and Chief Minister would be the accepting authority. Similarly, for General Manager, Hafed Sugar Mills, Managing Director, HAFED would be the reporting authority, Administrative Secretary would be the reviewing authority and Chief Minister would be the accepting authority. For Secretary, Backward Classes Commission, Chairman would be the reporting authority, Administrative Secretary would be the reviewing authority and Chief Minister would be the accepting authority and for Secretary, State Information Commission, Chief Information Commissioner would be the reporting, reviewing and accepting authority, he added.
He said that for Secretary, Haryana School Education Board, Chairman would be the reporting authority, Administrative Secretary would be the reviewing authority and Chief Minister would be the accepting authority. For Secretary, School Teachers Selection Board, Chairman would be the reporting authority, Administrative Secretary would be the reviewing authority and Chief Minister would be the accepting authority. Similarly, for Secretary, Haryana Police Recruitment Board, Chairman would be the reporting authority, Administrative Secretary would be the reviewing authority and Chief Minister would be the accepting authority. For Administrator, Municipalities, Director, Urban Local Bodies would be the reporting authority, Administrative Secretary would be the reviewing authority and Chief Minister would be the accepting authority. For Joint Director PGIMS, Rohtak, Director PGIMS would be the reporting authority, Vice Chancellor; University of Health Sciences would be the reviewing and accepting authority.

For Extra Assistant Commissioner (Under Training) in Districts, Deputy Commissioner would be the reporting authority, Financial Commissioner, Revenue would be the reviewing authority and Chief Minister would be the accepting authority. For Extra Assistant Commissioner (Under Training), HIPA Gurgaon, Director, HIPA, Gurgaon would be the reporting authority, Chief Secretary would be the reviewing and Chief Minister would be accepting authority. For Secretary in various Commissions of Inquiry, Commission of Inquiry would be the reporting authority and Chief Minister would be the reviewing and accepting authority. For Secretary, Lokayukta, Lokayukta would be the reporting, reviewing and accepting authority.
For Joint Commissioners, Municipal Corporations, Head of the Department/Commissioner in consultation with whosoever is senior would be the reporting authority, Administrative Secretary would be the reviewing authority and Chief Minister would be accepting authority. For Chief Executive Officer, Kurukshetra Development Board, Deputy Commissioner, Kurukshetra would be the reporting authority, Secretary, Commissioner, Kurukshetra would be the reviewing authority and Governor would be accepting authority. For Chief Executive Officer, Shivalik Development agency, Ambala, Deputy Commissioner, Ambala would be the reporting authority, Financial Commissioner, Revenue would be the reviewing authority and Chief Minister would be accepting authority. For Chief Executive Officers of Shri Mata Mansa Devi Shrine Board/Shri Mata Shitla Devi Shrine Board, Gurgaon, Head of the Department would be the reporting authority, Administrative Secretary would be the reviewing authority and Chief Minister would be accepting authority.
In case of officers holding the charge of the posts of Additional Deputy Commissioner/Sub Divisional Officer (Civil)/City Magistrates/General Manager, Haryana Roadways, either main or additional charge, their ACRs will be got recorded of the post of Additional Deputy Commissioner/Sub Divisional Officer (Civil)/City Magistrates/General Manager, Haryana Roadways held by them.
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Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Ch Ranbir's name included in Limca Book of Records

by Haryananewswire
CHANDIGARH, APRIL 22
The Limca Book of Records has included the name of Late Ch. Ranbir Singh, father of  the Haryana Chief Minister, Mr Bhupinder Singh Hooda, for his National Record of being Member of Seven different Houses.
The certificate issued by the Limca book of records of his national record "Late Ranbir Singh Hooda (b Nov 26, 1914-dFeb1,2009) of Rohtak, Haryana holds the distinction of being the only person to have served as a member of seven different legislative houses.
 A freedom fighter and congress leader, he was a member of member of First Constituent Assembly of India, Constituent Legislative Assembly, Provisional Paliament, (Combined) Punjab State Assembly, Haryana State Assembly, Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha".

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Saturday, April 19, 2014

Pension Adalat for ex Servicemen on April 24 and 25

by Haryananewswire
CHANDIGARH, APRIL 19
The welfare of Ex Servicemen , Veer Naris and their dependents being an important aspect of welfare and to ensure that all veterans or their dependents get their  entitled pension a Pension Adalat under the aegis of HQ PH&HP(I) Sub Area, Ambala in coordination with CDA (PD) Meerut is being held on 24 and 25 April at Ambala and Karnal. The aim of the pension adalat is to redress all pension related grievances to their Finality, with all concerned officials present at one place to avoid any inconvenience to the pensioners.
The  Pension  Adalat will be conducted as per the following schedule:-
(a)  Ambala   (two days) -   Pensioners  of Distt Ambala  and Yamuna Nagar on   24  Apr and 25 Apr 2014, from 0900 hrs to 1700 hrs  near ECHS polyclinic  Ambala.
(i)                24 Apr 2014  - only for pensioners of Distt Ambala.
 (ii)       25 Apr 2014  - only for pensioners of Distt  Yamuna Nagar.
(b)           Karnal. (one day)   pensioners  of  Distt  Kurukshetra, Karnal and  Kaithal on 24 Apr 2014 from 0900 hrs to 1700 hrs in Sector 12 ground, Karnal.
All grievances related to the under mentioned pension cases will be addressed :-
(a)      No Pension.
(b)     Pre 2006 pensions cases – incorrect adjustment.
(c)      Disability pension.
(d)     Family pension.
(e)      Liberalized& special family pension.
(f)       Unmarried daughter/widowed daughter cases.
(g)     Dual pension cases.
(h)    Non adjustment of outstanding dues and
(i)      Any other pension related grievances.
The Pension Adalats are getting a big response from the veterans. So far more than 200 cases of Pension related grievances have been received  since Feb 2014 and processed by the ESM Sahayta Kendra, Ambala and same will be settled through DPDO during the Pension Adalat. Registration of fresh cases is still going on and will continue till 21 Apr 2014.
Since such Pension Adalats  have not been conducted at Ambala and Karnal for the last more than 10 years , therefore to  ensure maximum veterans avail the benefit of these Pension Adalats , as per directions of HQ 2 Corps  Registration counters  have been set up at ECHS  polyclinics and   canteens in  respective districts. In addition Units have been directed to interact with Ex Servicemen and assist them in filling their pension related grievances for settlement.
 

Friday, April 18, 2014

Haryana to set up driving training schools at District HQs

by Haryananewswire
CHANDIGARH, APRIL 18
With a view to further extend the facility of learning driving for Heavy Transport Vehicles, Haryana Government has decided to set up driving training schools in all district headquarters at Haryana Transport Depots of the State.
While giving this information here today, an official spokesman said that in these driving training schools, trained drivers of Haryana Transport Department, who would be engaged as Skilled Driver Instructors on contract basis after their retirement would give training to trainee drivers. He said that initially two training buses at each location would be provided and these buses would have dual driving controls. One instructor per training bus would be engaged, he added.
The spokesman said that at present driving training schools were being run at seven places in the State. They include Driver Training Institute, Murthal (Sonipat), Haryana Roadways Central Workshop, Karnal and Hisar, Haryana Roadways Workshop, Gurgaon and Rohtak, Haryana Roadways Depot, Charkhi Dadri (Bhiwani) and Driver Training School, Mohindragarh. Apart from this, three Institutes of Driving Training and Research were being run in the State by leading Automobile Companies at Bahadurgarh, Kaithal and Rohtak.
He said that with this facility put in place at all district headquarters; the youth of the state would not have to go outside the state for getting training in driving Heavy Transport Vehicles. It would also put a check on getting fake certificates by unethical means. Further, this would also help in removing the shortage of trained drivers for driving heavy transport buses in the State.

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Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Haryana Police trace 23 missing persons

by Haryananewswire
CHANDIGARH, APRIL 16
The special cell constituted by the District Police, Rewari in Haryana to investigate the cases of missing persons has succeeded in tracing 23 missing persons during the year 2013-14.
While giving this information today, a spokesman of Police Department said that strenuous efforts have been made by the police to solve out the cases of missing persons. Special Cell has also been constituted by the police for this purpose.
He said that on registration of any case of missing person in district Rewari, the investigation was handed over to the special team and immediate action was initiated. He said that as many as 23 missing persons have so far been traced and handed over to their families during the year 2013-14.
He said that on receiving the complaint, the photo and the appearance of the missing person were made available to all police stations and to the police personnel of districts adjoining borders. Success has been achieved in many cases due to the coordinated efforts with police of other districts and that of Rajasthan.
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HAU to hosts workshop for agriculture officers

by Haryananewswire
CHANDIGARH, APRIL 16
A two-day workshop of Agriculture Officers will be held at Ch. Charan Singh Haryana Agricultural University, Hisar on April 18 and 19, 2014 to discuss various problems faced during the cultivation of Rabi Crop and also to finalize the recommendations on latest techniques of cultivation to be adopted during the ensuing Kharif Season. While giving this information today, a spokesman of the University said that the workshop would be inaugurated by Vice-Chancellor of University Dr. K.S Khokhar whereas, the inaugural function would be presided over by Additional Chief Secretary, Agriculture Department Mr. Roshan Lal.
The spokesman said that about 500 scientists of the University, Officers of the Haryana Agriculture Department and extension workers would participate in the workshop. He said that during the workshop, the recommendations based on latest techniques to be adopted during the ensuing Kharif Season would be finalized. Apart from this, problems related to the Rabi Crop would also be discussed by the scientists and officers of Agriculture Department. 
He said that during the workshop, the Agriculture Officers would also visit the Research Farm of the University and they would be informed about testing and research on crops, fruit and vegetables. Various technical sessions would be organized during the workshop in which discussions would be held on different crops, he added.

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