Shri Madhukar Gupta, Additional Secretary in the Department of Public Enterprises, M/o Heavy Industry & Public Enterprises has advised the Officers of Central Public Sector Enterprises to follow the Guidelines devised by the Deptt. of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions and Training (DoPT) in letter and practice. Shri Gupta was inaugurating a 2 day workshop for the liaison officers of CPSEs regarding Implementation of Reservation Policy in CPSEs" here in New Delhi today.
This workshop will enable the participants to:
1. List out relaxations and concessions available to reserved category employees
2. Describe procedure for operations and maintenance of Roster for small cadre
3. Describe procedure for operation and maintenance of Roster for large cadre
4. List issues involved in Reservation in promotion, and direct recruitments (DR).
It may be noted that National Commission for Schedule Castes (NCSC) has informed DPE that NCSC has taken review meetings with several Central Public Sector Enterprises (CPSEs) and anomalies in respect of implementation of DoPT orders in respect of issues pertaining to Reservation in CPSEs like Reservation Rosters, non-filling of Backlog vacancies meant for SCs and OBCs, appointment of liaison officers etc. as noticed by commission brought to the notice of the concerned CPSE. However it is informed by NCST that most of the CPSEs did not comply with Commissions recommendations.
Accordingly, the NCSC had requested Department of Public Enterprises (DPE) to issue suitable instructions to Central Public Sector Enterprise (CPSE) for early implementation of the Commissions recommendation.
In view of concern raised by NCSC in regard to implementation of reservation policy in CPSEs, it was decided to organize a training programme on the subject matter of Implementation of Reservation Policy in CPSEs" through Institute of Secretariat Training & Management (ISTM), an autonomous body under DoPT.
Nearly 56 officials from 28 CPSEs out of around 80 nominations are participating in the workshop.
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