THE ENSUING CONVENTION WILL BE HELD AT DAMAN DURING 01.11.14 TO 02.11.14. The Secretary General is eagerly waiting to see all the all India /Zonal Office Bearers, Unit Secretaries/ Presidents and delegates at the Convention to be held at Daman during 01.11.2014 & 02.11.2014. THE ENSUING CONVENTION WILL BE HELD AT DAMAN DURING 01.11.2014 TO 02.11.2014. The Secretary General is eagerly waiting to see all the all India /Zonal Office Bearers, Unit Secretaries/ Presidents and delegates at the Convention to be held at Daman during 01.11.2014 & 02.11.2014
{- OUR MAIN DEMANDS. •(1) Grade Pay of Rs.5400 in PB-3 w.e.f 01.01.2006 to all Superintendents of Central Excise and Time scale in PB-3 on completion of 4 years service as Superintendent (2) Stagnation to be reduced to less than 4 years for induction to Group-A in STS ( DC) grade directly. (3) 3rd MACP & 2nd MACP should be Grade Pay Rs. 7600 in PB-3 & 6600 in PB-3 respectively. (4) Parity in matter of career prospects of (Group-B) Inspector along with Examiner of Customs and other counter parts.}----. Further we also demand that (1) 50% of Dearness allowance should be merged with basic pay (2), the New Pension Scheme and PFRDA Bill should be withdrawn (3) relaxation children education allowance from Income Tax (4) Cash less health scheme to all Central Excise Employees (5) removal of the unscientific ceiling in compassionate appointment (6)creation of separate service to maintain all India seniority list for Inspectors and prospective removal of zonal disparity in promotions (7) introduction of in situ/ time bound promotional scheme to grant 5 promotions to all Inspectors of Central Excise in their entire service career,those have completed 8 years as Inspector and 20 years as Inspector and Supdt. combinedly should be upgraded to the post of Supdt and AC respectively (8) immediate DPC against existing vacancies in the cadre of AC, (9) regularization of adhoc promotions pending since 97 on revised ratio as per SC decision dated 03.08.11(10) Three upgradations under MACP should be post based like ACP scheme.(11) provision for proper infrastructures to all offices with a provision of sitting arrangement as per prescribed norms (12) issue of laptop/mobile to all Inspectors/Superintendents (13)granting of pay scale of 2000-3200 & 6500-10500 to the cadre of Inspector w.e.f 01.01.86 & 01.01.96 respectively (14) granting of pay scale of 2200-4000 & 8000-13500 to the cadre of Superintendent w.e.f 01.01.86 & 01.01.96 respectively (15) CR must be conducted in every 4 years block like CSS.

Friday, 19 September 2014


All India Association of Central Excise Gazetted Executive Officers to stage protest

-With nothing left to be happy about in terms of career prospects, pay or any other service matter, superintendents of central excise, service tax and customs will gather before the residences of Joint Secretary (Administration) and Member (PandV) of the on September 20 in a symbolic manner to highlight their pain through a Satyagraha programme in New Delhi.  The same programme will be observed before the residences of CBEC chairperson and the Revenue Secretary on September 21. Despite disappointment, job dissatisfaction, demotivation, humiliation and frustration, the revenue targets are regularly being achieved above the set targets by the sincere, committed and dedicated efforts of these officers but nobody is worried about their career prospects. These officers are forced to retire at a PB2 (the lowest Group B gazetted) post with only single promotion in the service career of 35-40 years after joining as Inspector whereas their common entry counterparts are easily enjoying PB4 levels (Joint Secretary and Commissioner, top level Group A posts) after getting 5-6 promotions. These officers are getting promotion (if any) merely to Junior Time Scale while their counterparts of CPWD, CSS, CSSS, AFHQS, Railway Board, Rajya Sabha Secretariat and many others like administrative services, police services, forest services, engineering services, state services etc. to senior time scale. The employee grievance redressal mechanism has totally failed. These poor officers are also forced to work under the extreme juniors of Customs belonging to the same cadre. Not only it, they are also deprived of the due pay scales in comparison to their analogous counterparts. The rights to grow, make progress and live with dignity have been snatched from them. There is no change in the scenario regarding their career prospects despite of the repeated representations and requests made to the administration. "If career prospects were disclosed at the time of the recruitment, these officers would have never joined this job," said Ravi Malik, Secretary General, All Association of Central Excise Gazetted Executive Officers. Malik also disclosed the facts that the direct IRS officers have been ensured up to nine promotions to upgrade them within the standard residency periods prescribed by DOPT by creating the posts at apex, HAG+ etc. levels in the higher scales even without availability of the eligible officers but no measures are being taken for the actual workforce of CBEC in the form of Central Excise Superintendents and Inspectors to promote/upgrade them within the standard residency periods prescribed by DOPT.  Their counterparts of (CBDT) and the Assistants of CSS under the same Department of Revenue are able to reach the post of Commissioner and Joint Secretary. Almost all other counterparts of them are also reaching the PB4 levels. The CBEC is even unable to conduct the DPC for promotions from Group 'B' to Group 'A' at prescribed intervals. Nothing has been done for these poor officers for decades to improve their career prospects. They are given false assurances but nothing has ever happened. All of other cadres below Group 'A' except Inspectors and Superintendents are also already getting 5 to 6 promotions in CBEC. Malik added that the cadre restructuring, which should have been implemented immediately after its notification on 18.12.13 particularly keeping in view the monthly mass level retirements of our officers without getting even IInd promotion, is still pending even after more than eight months of its notification. "Now under the prevailing circumstances, we have no option other than the revival of the Satyagraha programme to sit before the residences of the authorities including Commissioners/ADG's, Chief Commissioners/DG's, Joint Secretary, Members, Chairperson, Revenue Secretary, Minister of State (Revenue) and Finance Minister requesting them for immediate implementation of cadre restructuring and taking concrete measures independent of cadre restructuring to retire our officers also in PB4 under the hope of being listened in a better way at the residences of the authorities," he said. "In view of the above, our officers limited to 51 in number will gather peacefully before the residences of the Joint Secretary (Admn.) and Member (PandV) of the CBEC on 20.09.14 (Saturday) and the Chairperson of CBEC and Revenue Secretary on 21.09.14 (Sunday) under the '51 programme' requesting these authorities to fulfill our demands as per the charter of demands enclosed herewith," he added. "Under next step, such programmes will be observed before the residences of the Commissioners and Chief Commissioners throughout India and before the residences of other higher authorities in Delhi, if our demands are not acceded," said Malik.

CONSTITUTION OF THE ALL INDIA ASSOCIATION OF CENTRAL EXCISE GAZETTED EXECUTIVE OFFICERS

  PREAMBLE

WHEREAS it is expedient to amend and adopt the written Constitution of the “All India Association of Central Excise Gazetted Executive Officers”(hereinafter called as the Association) to suit the present requirements of the Group B Executive Officers in Central Excise, Customs and Service Tax in the matter of subscription, donation, constitution of the Executive Committee, framing of the rules and bye laws etc. hereby amend and adopt this Constitution in accordance with the Central Civil Services (Recognition of Services Association) Rules, 1993 in the Associate Executive Committee meeting of the Association held at Jaipur on 20th day of August, 2006. 

1. NAME, JURISDICTION AND COMMENCEMENT
This Constitution shall be titled as the Constitution of “All India Association of Central Excise Gazetted Executive Officers”.
This Constitution shall extend to the whole of India
The headquarters of the Association shall be at a place where the Secretary General is posted.

2.  AIMS AND OBJECTIVE
·                     To render efficient service to the Nation.
·                     To promote and safeguard the interest, rights and privileges of the members of the Association.
·                     Association shall represent, promote and safeguard the interest, rights and privileges of all the members of the Association whether posted in the Central Excise, Customs and Service Tax or any other organization and whether promoted to higher posts.
·                      To foster and promote the spirit of mutual goodwill and respect among the members of the Association as well as those among the members borne on the different cadres of the services and attempt at rooting out the factors germane to the growth of the spirit of dissatisfaction among the members, inefficiency and individual delinquency, encouraging all the time just and honorable relation between the members of the Association and the authorities.
·                     To ventilate and secure redressal of the grievances of the members and the settlement of the differences and disputes by Constitutional, democratic and peaceful means. 
·                     To present to the Government the cause of the members unprejudiced by racial, communal or regional consideration.
·                     Generally, to do all such other acts as are incidental or conducive to the attainment of the above objectives.
·                     Issue involving interests of any individual member shall not be the subject of victimization of any office bearers of the Association and Associate Units as a result of his holding such office.
·                     Any other object, which the Associate Committee shall consider expedient for the common good of the Members of Association.
                                                                       
3. MEMBERSHIP
·                     All Superintendents of Central Excise are eligible for membership of the Association and shall be guided by the Central Civil Services (Recognition of Service Association) Rules, 1993.
( There is a proposal which is pending for approval to include promotee IRS officers promoted  from the cadre of Superintendent of Central excise as members of the Association)
4.  SUBSCRIPTION
(i) Finance of the Association shall consist of the subscription and/or donations from the Associate Units;
(ii) Subscriptions of each Associate Unit shall be Rs.60/- per member per year.
(iii) Association may collect donation from each member subject to the exigencies of finance.
(iv) The subscription, at the rate decided by the respective Associate Units, shall be collected through Pay Rolls as per provision of CCS (RSA) Rules, 1993.

5.  CESSATION OF MEMBERSHIP
Any member of the Association may cease to be a member on the following grounds:-
i)                    If he resigns from the Primary Membership of the Association.
ii)                  If he resigns/ retires from Service
iii) If he is removed / dismissed from Service
iv) If his membership is suspended by the Associate Units by taking a resolution to that effect.

6. ORGANS OF THE ASSOCIATION
The Association shall have the following organs:
(i)                 The Associate Committee – The Associate Committee shall be constituted by The President, The Secretary General, 10 Vice-Presidents & 10 Joint Secretaries.
All the Associate Committee members shall be the ex-officio, Executive Committee members of their respective Associate Units.

(ii) The Associate Executive Committee   - The Associate Executive Committee shall be constituted by the President, the Secretary General, Vice-Presidents and Joint Secretaries, President and Secretary of each Associate Unit and one nominated member of each Associate Unit.

(iii) The Regional Executive Committee   - There shall be 5 Regional Executive Committee each constituted by one Regional President and one Regional Secretary. The General Secretaries and Presidents of the Associate Units of the Region shall be the members of the Regional Committee. The President, the Secretary General  of the Association shall be the ex officio Members of all the 5 Regional Committees. The jurisdiction of each Regional Committee shall be notified under Article 17.
One of the Vice President of the respective Region shall be the President of the Regional Executive Committee and one of the Joint Secretaries of the Region shall be nominated by the Secretary General as the Regional Secretary of the respective Regional Executive Committee.
                              
 (iv) The General Body -- The General Body shall be constituted by the Associated Executive Committee & the delegates nominated by the Associate Units where number of delegates shall reflect the number of Commissionerates the Associate units represent. 

(v)    The Associate Unit- The Associate Unit shall be named as an unit of the Association as per their respective Constitution which shall be in conformity with the Constitution of the Association. The Units shall be treated as independent association up to the level of Chief Commissioner of the respective zone.

7.  MEETING
1.                  The Associate Committee shall meet in every 6 months.
2.        The Associate Executive Committee shall meet at least once in every year.
3. The Regional Executive Committee shall meet as and when required by the Unit representing the Region in consultation with the Secretary General.
4. The Associate Committee shall have the right to call any extra-ordinary meeting depending upon the exigencies
5.  The General Body shall meet at least once in 24 months. The General Body shall have the power to appoint the Election Committee consisting of three (3) members to conduct the Election. 
6. Requisition Meeting -- An emergency requisition meeting can be called by two-third members of the Associate Executive Committee in writing and the Secretary General / President shall within three months call for such meeting. Otherwise, any two Office Bearers of the Association shall convene such meeting.

 8.   TENURE OF THE ORGAN OF THE ASSOCIATION  
(I)                 The term of the Associate Committee shall be from one General Body Meeting to next General body Meeting and shall not exceed 24 months.  If election is not held within three months of expiry of the term, the office bearers would cease to be duly elected representative of the Association. 
(II)              The Associate Executive Committee shall cease to function on completion of the tenure of the Associate Committee.
(III)            The Regional Executive Committee shall cease to function on completion of the tenure of the Associate Committee.

9 (A).  ELECTION 
(i)                 Election to the Associate Committee shall be held in the General Body Meeting.
(ii)               The voting right of each Associate Unit shall be equal to the number of Commissionerates the Associate Unit represents.
(iii)                Each Associate Unit shall have the right to cast the votes by the unit General Secretary or a person nominated by the unit.
(iv)                All the Associate Units shall hold election once in 24 months. If elections are not held within three months of expiry of the term, the office bearer would cease to be duly elected representative of the Associate Executive Committee and the Association shall have the right to hold election of the Associate Unit under its supervision.
(v)                  In the election of each Associate Unit, the Association if required, shall Nominate observer/observers for smooth and fair functioning of election.
(vi)                Observer/ observers so appointed shall vet the certificate issued by the Election Officer(s) of the Associate Unit and submit the same to the Association.
(vii)               All Associated Units shall intimate the date/schedule of election to the Association at least 25 days in advance.

9 (B) MODES AND MANNER OF ELECTION
(I)        Every nomination filed for the post of President, Secretary General, Vice-Presidents and Joint secretaries shall have to be sponsored by their respective Associate Units.
(ii) In the General body there shall be election of the President and Secretary General by direct voting through secret ballot
(iii) The Vice-Presidents and Joint Secretaries shall be elected from the respective regions on the basis of the voting rights as given at Art. 9(A) (ii) by the Associate Units of the said Region. Each Associate Unit shall be entitled to sponsor only one office bearer for  the Election. 
 (iv) In the election of the Associate Unit the manner of conducting election shall be determined by the Associate Unit and shall intimate to the Association at least 25 days in advance

 10.  FUNCTIONS OF THE OFFICE BEARERS  
(A)              THE PRESIDENT
(i)        The President shall preside over all the meetings of the Association.
(ii)               He shall conduct the business of the Association in accordance with the Constitution.
(iii)             In any constitutional exigencies, his ruling shall be final.
(iv)             He shall have the right to cast deciding vote.

(B)       THE SECRETARY GENERAL
Subject to the direction and control of the President, the Secretary General shall be the Chief Executive of the Association and shall
(i)                 Spear-head all the activities of the Association;
(ii)               Convene all meetings of the Association;
(iii)             Incur necessary expenses in connection with the work of the Association;
(iv)             Maintain records and accounts of the Association and shall submit the annual records of the accounts once in every year in the Associate Executive Committee Meeting.
(v)               Take spot decisions on emergent matters in the general interest  of the Association subject to post-facto approval of such decisions by the Associate Committee/Associate Executive Committee;
(vi)             Secretary General shall have the power to appoint one Office Secretary and one Treasurer as per his convenience. The Office Secretary and the Treasurer shall have no right to make correspondence on behalf of the Association in any matter;
(vii)           Secretary General shall have the power to appoint any committee by issuing notification to facilitate the smooth functioning of the Association;
(viii)         Secretary General shall communicate to all the Office Bearers and the Associate Units the decisions/minutes of the meeting as well as all activities at least once in three months.
                                                           
(D)       VICE-PRESIDENT
(i)   The Vice President shall perform the function of the President in his absence;
(ii)               One of the Vice-President elected to the Region shall be the President of the Regional Executive Committee and shall preside over the Regional Executive Committee meetings.

(E)       JOINT SECRETARIES
(i)                 The Joint Secretaries shall perform any work in the interest of the Association as and when entrusted to them by the Secretary General;
(ii)               One of the Joint Secretaries elected for the Region shall be the Secretary of the Regional Executive Committee and perform the duties as the Secretary in such meetings.

11.  FUNCTIONS OF DIFFERENT ORGANS OF THE ASSOCIATION 

(A) Associate Committee shall have the function   --
(i)To assist the Secretary General in his day to day work;
(ii)To take any decision in the interest of the cadre subject to ratification by the Associate Executive Committee;
(iii)To deal with any organizational problems faced by any Associate Units; 
(iv)To pass the annual account submitted by the Secretary General.

(B) Associate Executive Committee shall have the function—
(i)                 To pass any resolution by simple majority of votes in the interest of the Association /Associate Units;
(ii) To ratify any decision taken by the Associate Committee;
(iii) To pass the accounts passed by the Associate Committee;
(iv) To determine the eligibility and continuity of any Associate Unit.

(C) Regional Executive Committee shall have the function
(i)                 To pass any resolution by simple majority of votes in the interest of the Region;
(ii)               To take up matters and grievances in respect of the concerned region with appropriate authorities and in consultation with the President and the Secretary General from time to time.
                     
(D )  General Body shall have the function  --
(i) To take any decision in the interest of the Association;
(ii)To ratify the decision of associate Executive Committee;
(iii)             To conduct Election.
                                
12.    FUNDS 
The Fund of the Association shall be deposited in the Savings Bank Account in any Nationalized/ Scheduled bank and to be operated by the Secretary General and the Treasurer. An auditor appointed by the Associate Committee shall audit the accounts of the Association annually and the same shall be presented at the end of every year in the Associate Executive Committee Meeting.
The Fund will provide for all expenses made by the President, Secretary General, Office Secretary and the Treasurer which has been spent by them during the course of the work of the Association. The expenses incurred by Vice-Presidents & Joint Secretaries, shall be borne by the respective Associate Unit.

13.     AUDIT OF ACCOUNTS
The Books of Accounts shall be examined and audited by an Auditor appointed by the Associate Committee. The Accounting period of Accounts shall be the financial year i.e., 1st April to 31st March.


14.         QUORUM
(i)     The quorum of the Associate Committee shall be 9 (nine).
(ii)    The quorum of the Associate Executive Committee shall be 1/3 rd of the strength.
(iii) The quorum of the Regional Executive Committee shall be 60% of the strength                                                                                                    the Regional Committee.
(iv)             The quorum of the requisition meeting shall be 2/3rd of the total strength of the Associate Units.
(v)               The quorum of the General Body Meeting shall be 2/3rd of the Associate Executive Committee members and nominated delegates                                                                                                                                                                               

15.             CO-OPTION
In case any vacancy arises in the posts of the President, Secretary General on account of death, resignation or for any cause, the Associate Committee shall appoint through co-option amongst the office bearers to take over the charge of such post. Such appointment shall be ratified by the Associate Executive Committee. For other posts, the same shall be co-opted by the concerned Regional Executive Committee.

16.       AMENDMENT OF CONSTITUTION
The Associate Executive Committees shall have the right to amend the Constitution by caste of vote if required and frame any bye laws for the better conduct of the business of the Association within the provisions of the Constitution and within the ambit of guidelines stipulated in the CCS (RSA) Rules, 1993.
                 
17.       POWER TO FRAME RULES/ BYE LAWS  
In exercise of powers under Article 6(iii) of the Constitution the Associate Executive Committee shall be vested with the power to form any Regions/ Zones/ Units for smooth functioning of the organization by way of issuing notification(s).      
             
18 .     DISSOLUTION.
The Association may be dissolved by a resolution adopted by two-third majority of the members present in the General Body Meeting.

Wednesday, 17 September 2014

PENDENCY RELATED TO ACR/APAR FOR 421 POSTS AND 2118 POSTS. (POSITION AS ON 18.09.14)

Board is unable to obtain the  desired particulars in respect of   following  officers as on today(18.09.2014) Hence UPSC is totally un willing to conduct DPC for 421 & 2118 posts of Asst. Commissioner.  The concerned units Secretaries are once again requested to pursue the matters for early submission of the same , so that DPC can be conducted without any further delay.

1 1041 BH.V.V.S.BHASKAR GEN HYDERABAD 93-97 cx 25 7 55 NO REPORT CERTIFICATE FOR THE PERIOD OF 2010-2011 REQUIRED "URGENT" AS THE PROPOSAL FOR DPC HAS ALREADY BEEN SUBMIITED WITH UPSC
2 1119 M.K.GUPTA GEN N.C.GWALIOR 93-97 cx 28 8 53 RETIRED 31.08.2013 NO REPORT CERTIFICATE FOR THE PERIOD 2011-2012 REQUIRED.But you, vide your letter dated 03.09.2014, have again forwarded the photocopy of NRC for the year 2010-11 which is already available on record with us. Pls Send the NO REPORT CERTIFICATE FOR THE PERIOD 2011-2012 immediately.   "URGENT" AS THE PROPOSAL FOR DPC HAS ALREADY BEEN SUBMIITED WITH UPSC
3 1124 RAKESH KUMAR GEN N.C.GWALIOR 93-97 cx 10 7 54 RETIRED 31.07.2014 NO REPORT CERTIFICATE FOR THE PERIOD 2008-2009 REQUIRED. But you, vide your letter dated 03.09.2014, have again forwarded the photocopy of NRC for the year 2011-12 which is already available on record with us. Pls Send the NO REPORT CERTIFICATE FOR THE PERIOD 2008-2009 immediately.   "URGENT" AS THE PROPOSAL FOR DPC HAS ALREADY BEEN SUBMIITED WITH UPSC
4 1936 N.K. POOVAPPA GEN BANGALORE 93-97 cx 5 9 54 NO REVIEW CERTIFICATE FOR THE PERIOD 2010-2011 REQUIRED "URGENT" AS THE PROPOSAL FOR DPC HAS ALREADY BEEN SUBMIITED WITH UPSC
5 2050 D. B. NAGESHWARA RAO GEN HYDERABAD 93-97 cx 28 1 60 NO REPORT CERTIFICATE FOR THE PERIOD 2006-07 TO 2008-09 REQUIRED AS THE ORIGINAL ACR/APAR FOR THE SAID PERIOD, NOT FORWARDED BY THE CADRE CONTROLLING AUTHORITIES, TILL DATE. "URGENT" AS THE PROPOSAL FOR DPC HAS ALREADY BEEN SUBMIITED WITH UPSC
6 2373(150) DILIP V.SAWANT GEN MUMBAI 93-97 cx 28 10 57 NO REVIEW CERTIFICATE IS REQUIRED FOR THE PERIOD OF 2011-12. "URGENT"
7 2507 SAWANT R.N. GEN VADODARA 93-97 cx 16 1 55 VRS 31.07.2013 NO REPORT CERTIFICATE IS REQUIED FOR THE PERIOD OF 2011-12. "URGENT"
8 2840 M. SURESH (ST) ST BANGALORE 93-97 cx 6 1 59 NO REPORT CERTIFICATE FOR THE PERIOD 2007-2008 REQUIRED AND ORIGINAL ACR FOR THE PERIOD 2006-07 ALSO REQUIRED. WE NEED FIVE COMPLETE ACR/APAR FOR DPC.  IF ANY ONE IS MISSING, THEN SEND THE ACR/APR FOR EARLIER PERIOD AND NO REPORT CERTIFICATE FOR MISSING ACR/APAR. "URGENT" AS THE PROPOSAL FOR DPC HAS ALREADY BEEN SUBMIITED WITH UPSC
9 2841 N. VIJAYA RAGHAVAN GEN BANGALORE 93-97 cx 13 6 54 RETIRED 30.06.2014 NO REVIEW CERTIFICATE FOR THE PERIOD 2008-2009 REQUIRED. "URGENT"
10 3328 DAVID VIJAY GEN CHENNAI 93-97 cx 2 1 57 NO REVIEW CERTIFICATE IS REQUIRED FOR THE PERIOD OF 2008-2009 AS THE REVIEWING OFFICER HAS NOT PUT HIS SIGNATURE ON THE APAR. "URGENT"
11 59 Ramesh Mishra GEN PATNA 98-2006 CX 9 1 54 RETIRED 31.01.2014 NO REVIEW CERTIFICATE FOR THE PERIOD 2009-10 REQUIRED AS PAGE NO. 9 & 10 OF 'APAR FORM' IS NOT AVAILABLE IN THE FOLDER.  COPY OF THE LETTER DATED 17.09.2014 RECVD FROM PATNA INTIMATING THEREIN THAT THE SECOND COPY OF THE ACR IS BEING SENT. "URGENT"
12 65 K.VISHNUDEV REDDY GEN HYDERABAD 98-2006 CX 14 9 61 NO REVIEW CERTIFICATE IS REQUIRED FOR 2007-2008. "URGENT"
13 83 D D SHINDE GEN MUMBAI 98-2006 CX 14 11 58 NO REPORT CERTIFICATE IS REQUIRED FOR 2008-2009. Your submission vide letter dated 09.09.2014 is no acceptable/wrong as I have also checked the original dossiers also, NRC is not available.  Pls send the requisite document immediately. "URGENT"
14 92 B VENUGOPAL GEN MUMBAI 98-2006 CX 11 3 59 NO REVIEW CERTIFICATE IS REQUIRED FOR 2008-2009. "URGENT"
15 169 SUBRAMANIAM SURESH GEN MUMBAI 98-2006 CX 15 2 56 VRS 20.08.2013 NO REPORT CERTIFICATE IS REQUIRED FOR 2007-2008. "URGENT"
16 361 S B AGRAWAL GEN MUMBAI 98-2006 CX 14 2 60 NO REVIEW CERTIFICATE IS REQUIRED FOR 2007-2008. "URGENT"
17 390 S S DHANI GEN MUMBAI 98-2006 CX 25 11 58 NO REPORT CERTIFICATE REQUIED FOR 2009-2010. "URGENT"
18 442 SURESH WAGHARKAR (ST) ST MUMBAI 98-2006 CX 20 11 53 RETIRED 30.11.2013 NO REVIEW CERTIFICATE REQUIRED FOR 2006-2007 "URGENT"
19 862 V P NARKAR GEN MUMBAI 98-2006 CX 18 5 53 DISMISSED 20.05.2013 NO REPORT CERTIFICATE IS REQUIRED FOR THE PERIOD OF 2009-2010 (INCLUDING THE PERIOD OF HIS SUSPENSION). "URGENT"
20 1056 Dwijendra Mohan Das GEN SHILLONG 98-2006 CX 1 9 57 PRESENT STATUS OF THE PENDING CLARIFICATION FROM BOARD. "URGENT"
21 1085 C.M. BURDE GEN BHOPAL 98-2006 CX 16 4 56 AS THE OFFICER WAS UNDER SUSPENSION DURING THE PERIOD 13.05.2011 TO 31.03.2012, THUS NO REPORT CERTIFICATE IS REQUIRED FOR THE PERIOD 2011-2012 "URGENT"
22 1371 Smt. Sanjukta Das GEN BHUBANESHWAR 98-2006 CX 1 7 54 RETIRED 30.06.2014 WHETHER ADVERSE REMARKS COMMUNICATED OR NOT FOR 2007-08 "URGENT"
23 1414 JHALA JAYVIRSINH BAPUBHAI GEN VADODARA 98-2006 CX 8 7 60 NO REPORT CERTIFICATE IS REQUIRED FOR 2011-2012. "URGENT"

Pending dossiers and pending vigilance clearance.
1 2373(41) DEEPAK M.KARADKAR GEN MUMBAI 93-97 cx 4 8 54 THE STATUS OF THE OFFICER IS NOT AVAILABLE WITH DGHRD PLS SEND THE DOSSIER OF THE OFFICER IMMEDIATELY. "URGENT"