STATE TIMES NEWS JAMMU: The State Government released the final seniority list of 39 Tehsildars as it stood on April 1, 2019.
“The final seniority list of Revenue Gazetted Services as it stood on March 15, 2016 was notified vide Government Order No. 42-Rev (Gaz) of 2016 dated March 29, 2016 and 12 officers (Tehsildars) figuring in the aforesaid seniority list have been inducted into the Time Scale of J&K Administrative Services, vide Government order No.457-GAD of 2016 dated April 27, 2016 read with Government Order N0. 1641 GAD of 2017 dated December 22, 2017, issued by the General Administration Department and some have retired on attaining the age of superannuation,” reads the government order issued today. The order further stated, “It was necessary to revise the seniority list of Revenue Gazetted Services to set right the records and accordingly vide Government Order 154-Rev (Gaz) of 2018 dated August 28, 2018, a tentative seniority list of Tehsildars as on July 1, 2018 was circulated among the concerned Tehsildars for inviting objections within a period of 21 days.” In response to the aforesaid tentative seniority list two Tehsildars namely Nushrat and Muzaffar Ahmad Malik have filed their objections against the aforesaid tentative seniority list wherein Nushrat has filed objection against the tentative seniority list regarding arranging her position as per the seniority list of Naib Tehsildar issued by the Financial Commissioner (Revenue), the order said adding that the objections filed by her have been examined and the matter was also taken up with the, J&K Public Service Commission for consideration for giving the retrospective effect in promotion. “After obtaining approval of the competent authority, the proposal with full details can be placed before the DPC/PSC for consideration. The J&K PSC has no role to play in the matter at this stage. As such, her case has not been found on merits as her seniority has already been fixed at the appropriate place as per the substantive appointment/ promotion as Tehsildar as envisaged under J&K Civil, Services (Classification, Control and Appeal) Rules, 1956,” the order stated. “On examining the objections filed by Muzaffar Ahmad Malik Tehsildar, it has been found that the officer was appointed as Naib Tehsildar with effect from May 21, 1999 vide Government Order No.Rev (NG)105 of 2002 dated May 29, 2002. After attaining his eligibility/qualifying the departmental examination on December 1, 2011, he was confirmed/regularised on the basis of recommendations made by J&K PSC/DPC as Tehsildar notionally with effect from December 1, 2011 vide Government order No.Rev(Gaz)293 of 2014 dated December 22, 2014 and the case has been found genuine for fixing his position in the seniority list of Tehsildars at appropriate place. After examining the objections filed by these Officers, some insertions/corrections have been incorporated in the tentative seniority list of Tehsildars at appropriate places and vide circular No.08-Rev (Gaz) of 2019 dated February 28, 2019, a revised tentative seniority list of Tehsildars as it stood on February 1, 2019, was circulated again among the concerned Tehsildars for inviting objections. “The aforesaid revised tentative seniority list of Tehsildars, no objections has been received by the Administrative Department therefore a revised/updated seniority list of the officers/members of Revenue Gazetted Service (Tehsildars) as it stood on April 1, 2019 forming annexure to this order is hereby circulated among all the officers/members of the service for their information,” the order added. (The detailed list is available in our website www.statetimes.in)
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