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Union Minister Dr Jitendra Singh urges the State Governments to facilitate Central Deputation of IAS and other All India Services officers

Newdelhi:4/7/23:Union Minister of State (Independent Charge) Science & Technology; MoS PMO, Personnel, Public Grievances, Pensions, Atomic Energy and Space, Dr Jitendra Singh has urged the State Governments to facilitate Central Deputation of IAS and other All India Services officers. He called for following the practice of cooperative federalism in true letter and spirit.

Addressing the Annual Conference of Principal Secretaries of States/UTs looking after Personnel, General Administration and Administrative Reforms, Dr Jitendra Singh said, it is both the responsibility of both the Central Government as well as the State Governments to maintain the All India character of the service and it is also in the interest of the officers to get exposure to wide range of experiences at the Central level, which in turn also has a bearing on their future empanelment or promotion in the career.

The Minister also asked Director LBSNAA Mussoorie to sensitise, encourage and guide young officers to serve both at the state and central level as IAS officers are the shared resource between the Centre and the States.

Dr Jitendra Singh said, under Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the officers get ample support to experiment with new ideas for policy formulation and added that some of the best innovative pro-people and pro-poor schemes like Swachh Bharat, JAM Trinity, Jal Jeevan, PM Kisan have been formulated since 2014 having wider socio-economic impact. He said, with increased use of technology, transparency in administration has set in and that has led to abolition of nepotism and vested interests.

The Minister said, Central Deputation is part of the federal structure in our country and urged the State Governments to cooperate with the Central Government to address the concerns in this regard. He said, an All-India Service officer is an important interface of the Government, both within the State as well as the Centre.

Dr Jitendra Singh said, there is already a laid down structure for Cadre Management of All India Services and the same needs to be followed in letter and spirit. A particular aspect in this regard is the deployment of the All-India Service officers at Centre, the Minister added.

Dr Jitendra Singh underlined that the Central Government, with the sole objective of weeding out the deadwood in order to maintain a high standard of efficiency and initiative in the State/Centre, carries out intensive review of service records of Members of the Services which has been provided under Rule 16(3) of AIS (DCRB) Rules, 1958. The Minister solicited the co-operation of the State Governments in completing all such reviews pending with them expeditiously, under intimation to DoP&T.

Dwelling on Mission Karmayogi , Dr Jitendra Singh said, to get the best out of a government officer, he or she should be adequately trained and the Central Government has prepared effective training modules for training its officers. He said, the Central Government has also devised a module for State Government officials, particularly those working at cutting edge level and urged the State Governments to take full advantage of the same.

The Minister said, the officers of All India Services form the backbone of Indian administration and it is important that concerted efforts are put in by the Government of India and by the State Governments, to achieve the objectives of good governance by effective implementation of governmental policies and programs. He said, there is a need to have a platform where interaction at regular intervals between this Department and other stakeholders continues to take place.

The Government of India and the Government of States are the biggest employers of the country. A Government job is the dream job for every citizen, cutting across all sections of the society. The people look up to the Government job not only because it provides the best facilities, salary package and job security but also because the selection process is open to all and is merit based.

Dr Jitendra Singh congratulated Secretary, DoPT and her team for their effort to make this interactive meeting a regular event and added that he would support such continued interaction with the representatives of the State Government by DoPT


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