Haryana

CHAIRMAN AND MD POWER DISCOMs AND OTHERS VISITED SONEPAT CIRCLE FOR ONLINE TRANSFER POLICY

April 09, 2018 09:36 PM

Chandigarh (Face2News)

Chairman and Managing Director, Power DISCOMs Haryana, Mr Shatrujeet Kapur alongwith Directors of UHBVN and other senior officials visited Sonipat Circle today to assess the performance of Officers for online transfer policy.  

While stating this here today, a spokesman of the Nigam said that with a view to enhance transparency, objectivity and fairness in general transfers the Power DISCOMs (Uttar Haryana Bijli Vitran Nigam and Dakshin Haryana Bijli Vitran Nigam) had introduced a performance-linked online transfer policy last year for officers and officials in the rank of Junior Engineer (JE) up to Executive Engineers (XEN) of UHBVN. 

He said that the objective of the policy is to reward good performance, make the process transparent and objective and create a perception of fairness and clarity in general transfers. Operational efficiency would be the first and foremost consideration while deciding transfers and posting of officers and officials. However, hardships being faced by an individual like health problem and couple case may be taken into consideration sympathetically for deciding his or her place of posting. 

While referring to the general rules of transfers, the spokesman said that all annual general transfers are being ordered once a year, between April 1 to 30  to enable the transferred officers and officials to join by May 1. No transfers would be made during the rest of the year. He said that Cadre Controlling Authority (CCA) had circulated the list of posts which are vacant or likely to fall vacant well in time for this purpose.  

The spokesman further said that the officer or officials are being transferred on basis of higher or highest assessment score on the scale of 1 to 100 based on the criteria. He said that the Nigam reserves the right to review performance criteria every year, depending upon current priorities, which keep on evolving and changing from time to time.  

While referring to the criteria adopted for the assessment score of officers in the rank of XEN, AEE and AE, he said that while 80 marks have been reserved for the performance, 20 marks for hardship. He said that there is separate criteria for assessment score of officials in the rank of JE-1 and JE. This included 60 marks for performance, 20 marks each for hardship and age respectively. He said that the performance weightage for the above mentioned rank of officers is being assessed by a committee taking an overall view of the performance of the officers and officials on overall competence, integrity and parameters. 

He further said that minimum tenure of Assistant Executive Engineer (AEE) or Assistant Engineer (AE) would be two years in a post, no officer would serve for more than eight years in one district in the rank of AEE or AE in the entire service span. Also, no officer in the rank of AEE or AE would be posted in his or her home Sub Division. Likewise, XENs would not be posted in their home division. He said that minimum tenure of JE or JE-1 would be two years in a post and further, they would not be posted for more than five years in one Sub Division in their entire service span.

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