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P & AR lists amendments to promotions policy

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By EMN Updated: Sep 03, 2019 12:15 am
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Dimapur, Sep. 2 (EMN): The government of Nagaland has reviewed the policy for relaxation of qualifying years of service for promotion. It has decided to revive the provisions as contained in a previous office memorandum dated December 17 2014 with additional provisions and modifications, updates stated.
The government publicity agency, the department of Information and Public Relations (IPR), gave updates on Monday informing about the changes.

The Personnel & Administrative Reforms department is stated to have issued an office memorandum stating that the government had ‘further reviewed’ the policy and made additional provisions and modifications.

These are the changes as reported by the IPR: In case of departments/services where there is no officers fulfilling the criteria in accordance with service rules to ‘man the higher posts’ in a department, an officer having served more than 20 cumulative years of service may be allowed officiating promotion after a minimum of one year at the immediate rank subject to the clearance of P&AR department and subsequent regularisation by the DPC within three months.

Further, subsequent promotions may be granted after a minimum of six months only if there are no officers in the higher post to fill the vacancies in the department subject to the clearance of P&AR department and subsequent regularisation by the DPC within a period of three months, the IPR added.

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By EMN Updated: Sep 03, 2019 12:15:41 am