Sunday, January 26, 2020

HAPPY INDEPENDENCC

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22nd  ALL INDIA CONFERENCE
NUR-C Office bearers list.

NATIONAL UNION OF RMS & MMS EMPLOYEES GROUP-C

The Following office bearers were elected unanimously : 
PresidentSri Debnathpaul S.A Sealdaha RMS West Bengal



Working President
 
S/sri 
1) Ashok Kumar Sing SA Dhanbad RMS Jharkhand
 
2) P. Kumar  LSG Supervisor Chennai PSO Tamil Nadu Circle


Vice President -Sri K.H.Rawal SA GandhinagarGujrat Circle


General Secretary-   N.K.Tyagi SA Saharanpur RMS UP Circle


Deputy General.Secretary:    Sri Rabindra Pattanyek SA Orissa Circle


Assistant  General Secretaries     
1 S/Sri R.Murali SA CRC Anna road Stg Tamil Nadu Circle  
2  Krishnendu Chakraborty SA How RMS WB DN West Bengal
3  Gurnam Sing SA Chandigarh Stg  Punjab Circle     
4  Amar Sing SA Gaya RMS C Dn Bihar Circle.
5 Promod Kathaley SA Nagpur RMS Maharastra Circle  
6  Sandeep Kumar 1 Delhi Stg
7  Asoke Nikalje M.M.S. Mumbai Maharastra Circle.
8  P.K.Muralidharan SA Calicut RMS Kerala Circle


Financial Secretary :Naveen New Delhi Stg Dn Delhi Circle  
Mobile No 9253372487.
Federal Councilors.
1  S/SriN.Rangarajan. TamilNadu Circle   
2  Bijit Das Assam


3  S.Chakrapani AP 
4 Smt Monika Ballari Karnataka Circle
5 Balaram Sharma Rajasthan Circle.


6 Kumar Bimal Bihar Circle  
7 D.Anbhazagan Tamilnadu 
8 Ramesh kr.Shaw KOL RMS WB Circle
9 R.RAVICHANDRAN SA Tamilnadu circle


10 Sudhir Kr. Sing M.P.  
11 K. PAVANKUMAR SA A.P.  
12 R.Balakrishna  SA Tamilnadu Circle

Chief Advisor
Sri Dipak Mukherjee Ex SA How RMS WEST BENGAL.                     


FNPO wishes NUR-C office bearers all success in  their endeavors. Other details will be published in the RMSSentinel.

Friday, January 24, 2020

APPOINTMENTS AND POSTING/TRANSFER OF AAOS BASED ON LDCE 2018 - DIRECTORATE DTD 20.01.2020

Transfers/Postings of HAG officers of IPoS, Group 'A' - Dte Order dtd 24.01.2020

Thursday, January 23, 2020

SUPREME COURT OF INDIA - CA 1567 OF 2017 REGARDING PWD CAN BE GIVEN RESERVATION IN PROMOTION

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RESERVATION IN PROMOTION FOR PERSONS WITH DISABILITY (PWDS) NOT PROHIBITED: SC UPHOLDS 2-JUDGE BENCH DECISION [READ JUDGMENT]



The Supreme Court has observed that the rule of no reservation in promotions as laid down in Indra Sawhney has no application to Persons With Disability (PWD).

A three judge bench headed by Justice Rohinton Fali Nariman upheld a two judge bench view that the basis for providing reservation for PWD is physical disability and not any of the criteria forbidden under Article 16(1).

The bench, also comprising of Justices Aniruddha Bose and V. Ramasubramanian, was considering a reference which doubted a view taken in Rajiv Kumar Gupta & Others v. Union of India & Others – (2016) 6 SCALE 417. The bench in Rajiv Gupta, in the context of Persons with Disabilities (Equal Opportunities Protection of Rights and Full Participation) Act, 1995 had noted that there is no prohibition against reservation in promotion for Persons With Disabilities. The bench in Rajiv Gupta said that the principle in Indra Sawhney & Others v. Union of India & Others – (1992) Supp. 3 SCC 215 against reservation in promotions will not extended to PWDs.

But this view was doubted by a division bench in 2017, observing that Persons With Disabilities required preferntial treatment but not reservation in promotion. On that premise, the bench referred the decision in Rajiv Kumar Gupta to larger bench.

Upholding the view in Rajiv Kumar Gupta, the bench held thus:

"we are of the view that the judgment of this Court cannot be faulted when it stated that Indra Sawhney dealt with a different problem and, therefore, cannot be followed. We may also note that review petitions were filed and have since been dismissed against both the 2013 and 2016 judgments. Consequently, the reference stands answered by stating that the 2013 judgment as clarified in National Federation of the Blind vs. Sanjay Kothari, Secy. Deptt. of Personnel and Training, 2015 (9) Scale 611 and the judgment in Rajeev Kumar Gupta & Others v. Union of India & Others – (2016) 13 SCC 153 case will bind the Union and the State Governments and must be strictly followed notwithstanding the Office Memorandum dated 29.12.2 in particular."

In Rajeev Kumar Gupta, it was observed thus:

The principle laid down in Indra Sawhney is applicable only when the State seeks to give preferential treatment in the matter of employment under the State to certain classes of citizens identified to be a backward class. Article 16(4) does not disable the State from providing differential treatment.  However, for creating such preferential treatment under law, consistent with the mandate of Article 16(1), the State cannot choose any one of the factors such as caste, religion, etc. mentioned in Article 16(1) as the basis.

The basis for providing reservation for PWD is physical disability and not any of the criteria forbidden under Article 16(1). Therefore, the rule of no reservation in promotions as laid down in Indra Sawhney has clearly and normatively no application to PWD.

FILLING UP OF VACANT POSTS IN CENTRAL GOVERNMENT MINISTRIES/DEPARTMENT-REG