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Most CPSEs fail to comply with caste-based reservation norms

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Most of central public sector enterprises have failed to comply with recommendations pertaining to caste-based reservation such as keeping reservation rosters and filling of backlog vacancies meant for SCs and OBCs.

The National Commission for Schedule Castes (NCSC), which took review meetings with several central public sector enterprises, found anomalies in areas like reservation rosters, non-filling of backlog vacancies meant for SCs and OBCs, appointment of liaison officers etc.



The National Commission for Schedule Castes (NCSC) asked the Department of Public Enterprises to issue instructions to central public sector enterprises to implement the recommendations.

"... It is informed by NCST that most of the CPSEs did not comply with Commission's recommendations," an official statement said.

Accordingly, additional secretary in the Department of Public Enterprises has advised the officers of central public sector enterprises (CPSEs) to follow the guidelines devised by the Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions and Training (DoPT) in letter and practice.

In view of concerns raised by NCSC, it was decided to organise 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.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Most CPSEs fail to comply with caste-based reservation norms

Most of central public sector enterprises have failed to comply with recommendations pertaining to caste-based reservation such as keeping reservation rosters and filling of backlog vacancies meant for SCs and OBCs. The National Commission for Schedule Castes (NCSC), which took review meetings with several central public sector enterprises, found anomalies in areas like reservation rosters, non-filling of backlog vacancies meant for SCs and OBCs, appointment of liaison officers etc. The National Commission for Schedule Castes (NCSC) asked the Department of Public Enterprises to issue instructions to central public sector enterprises to implement the recommendations. "... It is informed by NCST that most of the CPSEs did not comply with Commission's recommendations," an official statement said. Accordingly, additional secretary in the Department of Public Enterprises has advised the officers of central public sector enterprises (CPSEs) to follow the guidelines ... Most of central public sector enterprises have failed to comply with recommendations pertaining to caste-based reservation such as keeping reservation rosters and filling of backlog vacancies meant for SCs and OBCs.

The National Commission for Schedule Castes (NCSC), which took review meetings with several central public sector enterprises, found anomalies in areas like reservation rosters, non-filling of backlog vacancies meant for SCs and OBCs, appointment of liaison officers etc.

The National Commission for Schedule Castes (NCSC) asked the Department of Public Enterprises to issue instructions to central public sector enterprises to implement the recommendations.

"... It is informed by NCST that most of the CPSEs did not comply with Commission's recommendations," an official statement said.

Accordingly, additional secretary in the Department of Public Enterprises has advised the officers of central public sector enterprises (CPSEs) to follow the guidelines devised by the Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions and Training (DoPT) in letter and practice.

In view of concerns raised by NCSC, it was decided to organise 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.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Most CPSEs fail to comply with caste-based reservation norms

Most of central public sector enterprises have failed to comply with recommendations pertaining to caste-based reservation such as keeping reservation rosters and filling of backlog vacancies meant for SCs and OBCs.

The National Commission for Schedule Castes (NCSC), which took review meetings with several central public sector enterprises, found anomalies in areas like reservation rosters, non-filling of backlog vacancies meant for SCs and OBCs, appointment of liaison officers etc.

The National Commission for Schedule Castes (NCSC) asked the Department of Public Enterprises to issue instructions to central public sector enterprises to implement the recommendations.

"... It is informed by NCST that most of the CPSEs did not comply with Commission's recommendations," an official statement said.

Accordingly, additional secretary in the Department of Public Enterprises has advised the officers of central public sector enterprises (CPSEs) to follow the guidelines devised by the Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions and Training (DoPT) in letter and practice.

In view of concerns raised by NCSC, it was decided to organise 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.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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