UT Administration has decided to exempt the employees due for either retirement or for promotion during the inter-departmental transfers.
The personnel department Secretary K K Jindal has directed the heads of the departments to prepare the list of those nearing retirement or for promotion.
Being cautious of not reversing the decision of transfers, UT Administrations will prepare the list of those employees due for their retirement or are in pipeline for promotion before issuing the list of inter-departmental transfers.
Earlier decision had sparked resentment amongst the employee due to retirement and the union approached the Adviser to consider their case. K K Jindal said, “We are yet to issue the list for the next inter-departmental transfer but before that I have asked the HOD’s to produce the list of those employees either nearing retirement or are in pipeline for promotions. We will be keeping them out of list of inter-departmental transfers.”
In May this year, for the first time, UT Administration has ordered the inter-departmental transfer of 348 employees with immediate effect. The orders did evoke resentment amongst the transferred employees who gathered outside the Advisers office to put forth their word. Led by their convenor, Raj Kumar, they met Adviser over the issue. UT has transferred 26 Superintendents, 140 Senior Assistants, 13 Senior Scale Stenographers, 138 Junior Assistant Clerks and 31 stenographers and typists.
Whereas major chunk of the employees were discontent over the orders and said that as they have been working in a particular department from past 20 years, it will be difficult for such employees to cope up with work during the departmental changes. Later in June, UT Administration has reverted back the Inter-Departmental transfer’s orders of 50 employees. With the personal efforts taken by Kirron Kher inter departmental transfer of more than 50 employees have been cancelled and they have been retained in their parent departments.
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