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Context: Recently, the Centre has proposed amendments to the IAS (Cadre) Rules in order to exercise greater control in central deputation of IAS officials, which has often been at the centre of tussles between the Centre and the states.
Significant role of AIS
What is current rule on deputation?
Political challenges with such deputation
On the other hand, Union government was unable to fill vacancies at director and joint secretary level in various Central ministries.
Four amendments are proposed to Rule 6 of IAS (Cadre) Rules.
One of the major changes proposed is if the State government delays posting a State cadre officer to the Centre within the specified time, “the officer shall stand relieved from cadre from the date as may be specified by the Central government.”
The other change proposed is the Centre will decide the actual number of officers to be deputed to the Central government in consultation with the State and the latter should make eligible the names of such officers
The third proposed amendment says that in case of any disagreement between the Centre and the State, the matter shall be decided by the Central government and the State shall give effect to the decision of the Centre “within a specified time.”
By: Shubham Tiwari ProfileResourcesReport error
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