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Tuesday, October 11, 2011

A letter from Shri Anil Singh, AGS, AIPSA at Patna on preparation of Stenographers gradation list

Dear friends,

Remember while addressing the AIC, Kolkata, I told that ‘preparation of All India Gradation List’ is a complex issue. It is the high time to discuss the issue at the AIC, Kolkata itself, but unfortunately this issue was not discussed. Now we are trying to settle this important issue over the blog. Take example of gradation list of PS Group ‘B’ at Dte. It is prepared on the basis of merit list of IPOs. It has nothing to do with date of promotion to ASPs in different circles, as promotion to ASPs are given by Circle and not by Dte. so if any circle gives promotion to ASP early or late, it does not affect the seniority of IPOs. Gradation list of IPOs are based on merit list published by either SSC (for direct recruit) or Dept. of Post (for Deptl. examinees). Likewise we the stenographers are mostly recruited through SSC, and steno’s Grade III seniority list are prepared strictly on the basis of merit list sent by SSC. This system is practiced in Circles already and it must be followed by the Dte. also. Promotions are given by different circles in Steno Gr. II or Gr. I earlier or later, should not taken into account because we are making All India Gradation list for PS among the stenographers all over India, who came first in Grade III.It is a matter of luck that any circle gives promotion earlier or any circle lags behind; this should be ignored. If grade II and grade I taken into account, many seniors who came into department first will become junior for the post of PS. What is the fault of Stenographers of a circle who delayed DPC for Grade II or I.I advocate for the Gradation List which is prepared on the basis of merit list published by SSC or DOP. This is highly logical and justified. There is no manipulation involve in this method. While judging seniority of any stenographers, his merit in the year of passing of SSC exam. (not date of joining), should be taken into account and mentioned before his name, like IPS gradation list. e.g.

Batch Name of Stenographer
(1981) Sri S. Sinha (A.P.)
(1981) Sri Anil K Sinha (Punjab)
(1981) Sri P.N.Sharan (W.B.)

with regards,
Anil Singh,
AGS, AIPSA, at Patna

Revision Petition

The Advocate informed that the Revision Petition of the CAT case is posted for 3rd November, 2011.
(Email received from Shri K.S. Krishna Murthy, Treasurer, AIPSA, Camp at Delhi)