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Friday, March 8, 2013

Appointment on Compassionate grounds in Post & Telegraph Department queried in Lok Sabha


GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MINISTRY OF COMMUNICATIONS AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
LOK SABHA
UNSTARRED QUESTION NO 479
ANSWERED ON  27.02.2013
APPOINTMENT ON COMPASSIONATE GROUND
479.  Shri HEMANAND BISWAL
Will the Minister of COMMUNICATIONS AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY be pleased to state:-

(a) whether the Government has made any changes on the appointments on compassionate grounds in Posts & Telegraph Department and restricted such appointments to the minimum in the recent years;

(b) if so, the details thereof along with the number of such cases pending for appointment during the last three years in various circles, circle-wise including Odisha; and

(c) the criterion for rejecting applications for such appointments?
ANSWER



THE MINISTER OF STATE IN THE MINISTRY OF COMMUNICATIONS AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (DR. (SMT) KILLI KRUPARANI)

(a) No, Madam. The rules/instructions issued by the Department of Personnel & Training (DOP&T) i.e. the Nodal Department of the Government of India, are followed in the Department of Posts and Department of Telecommunications for compassionate appointment cases of the dependents of ex-Government employees. An objective Point System is followed in the Department of Posts to assess the indigent condition of the family of an ex-employee. So far as compassionate engagement cases of dependents of Gramin Dak Sevaks (GDS) are concerned, the Department of Posts follows similar kind of objective Point System and its own internal instructions as GDS system is not covered by DOP&T. 

(b) Does not arise in view of reply to (a) above. However, Circle-wise details of compassionate appointment/engagement cases including Odisha in Department of Posts for the last three years are attached as Annexure I & II and of Department of Telecommunications at Annexure III. 
Annexure I
LOK SABHA ANNEXURED UNSTARRED QUESTION NO. 479 DATED 27.02.2013
Compassionate Appointment Cases of Departmental Employees – Department of Posts
Sl. No.
Circle
No. of cases considered
No. of cases recommended
No. of cases rejected
No. of cases 
pending for consideration


09-10
10-11
11-12
09-10
10-11
11-12
09-10
10-11
11-12

1.
Andhra Pradesh
--
155
92
--
49
39
--
106
53
140
2.
Assam
30
59
82
04
06
01
26
53
81
25
3.
Bihar
59
62
58
10
16
18
49
46
40
51
4.
Chhattisgarh
--
43
22
--
16
06
--
27
16
11
5.
Delhi
50
59
57
3
8
12
47
51
45
47
6.
Gujarat
70
85
90
23
25
29
40
49
25
04
7.
Haryana
47
36
--
35
28
--
08
08
--
06
8.
Himachal Pradesh
10
08
09
03
04
05
07
04
04
09
9.
J & K
11
05
--
02
01
--
07
01
01
05
10.
Jharkhand
25
16
08
16
07
05
04
--
--
18
11.
Karnataka
69
70
57
19
08
08
21
49
01
12
12.
Kerala
28
37
77
26
09
53
01
01
03
63
13.
MP
117
113
33
14
84
99
17
14.
Maharashtra
303
---
168
56
---
54
247
--
114
78
15.
North-East
10
12
--
05
07
05
05
06
02
04
16.
Odisha
88
38
103
17
10
19
71
28
84
08
17.
Punjab
87
---
37
22
--
18
65
--
19
70
18.
Rajasthan
65
52
42
32
30
15
33
22
27
25
19.
Tamil Nadu
--
--
876
--
--
94
--
--
782
75
20.
U.P.
431
421
93
84
193
222
115
21.
Uttarakhand
42
11
15
09
03
03
33
08
12
04
22.
West Bengal
62
39
31
25
23
11
37
16
20
20








Annexure – II
Compassionate Engagement Cases of Gramin Dak Sevaks (GDS) – Department of Posts
Sl. No.
Circle
No. of 
cases 
considered
No. of 
cases 
recommended
No. of 
cases 
rejected
No. of 
cases 
pending
 for 
consideration
2010
2011
2012
2010
2011
2012
2010
2011
2012
1
Andhra Pradesh
110
0
465
104
0
217
6
0
248
222
2
Assam
116
98
0
111
72
0
5
26
0
81
3
Bihar
102
72
80
96
54
64
6
18
16
37
4
Chhattisgarh
47
33
97
35
28
55
12
5
42
39
5
Delhi
0
0
3
0
0
2
0
0
1
1
6
Gujarat
151
109
37
41
29
27
110
80
10
164
7
Haryana
36
0
71
28
0
26
8
0
45
7
8
Himachal Pradesh
28
48
1
23
11
1
5
37
0
31
9
Jammu & Kashmir
33
0
29
14
0
18
19
0
11
38
10
Jharkhand
43
54
112
43
50
84
0
4
28
45
11
Karnataka
29
113
98
27
52
37
2
61
61
69
12
Kerala
37
77
146
9
53
70
28
24
76
113
13
Madhya Pradesh
158
152
192
89
66
0
69
86
192
231
14
Maharashtra
105
142
0
67
63
0
38
79
0
232
15
North East
14
45
37
11
0
0
3
45
37
82
16
Orissa
85
129
154
55
55
56
30
74
98
141
17
Punjab
33
16
0
23
11
0
10
5
0
40
18
Rajasthan
57
43
130
42
18
46
15
25
84
46
19
Tamil Nadu
126
42
116
107
34
71
19
8
45
195
20
Uttar Pradesh
57
245
200
56
200
112
1
45
88
218
21
Uttrakhand
46
49
50
41
34
15
5
15
35
39
22
West Bengal
52
275
192
27
253
39
25
22
153
45



Annexure III
Pending (in process at various stages) Compassionate Appointment Cases of Departmental Employees – Department of Telecommunications
Sl. No.
Name of candidates/applicants
Date of application
1.
Sh. Manoj Kumar, S/o late Sh. Pitam Singh, Ex-Ferro Printer, TEC (died on 27.01.2010)
03.06.2010
2.
Smt. Krishna Kaushik w/o Ex-AD (MM), TEC (died on 05.10.2010)
18.10.2010
3.
Sh. Dinesh, S/o late Sh. Pyare Lal, MTS (Daftary) (died on 13.09.2011)
28.11.2011
4.
Mrs. Chin Thian Vung, W/o late Sh. H. Chinilanthan, Asstt. (died on 05.12.2011)
04.01.2012
5.
Sh. Suresh Kumar, S/o late Sh. Vijender Pal Singh, Ex-Staff Car Driver (died on 27.02.2011)
15.03.2011 (received on 30.01.2012)


(c) The relative indigent condition of the family of an ex-Government employee or GDS is assessed vis-à-vis other applicants as per the objective Point System while keeping in view the number of available vacancies. On the basis of relative indigency, a case is recommended or not recommended for compassionate appointment/engagement.



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