What is UP’s new transfer policy? Over which there is so much uproar – the government’s new transfer policy
The Yogi government had implemented a new transfer policy. Chief Secretary Durga Shankar Mishra said in the New Transfer Policy Mandate 2022-23 that employees of C and D employees, husband and wife, if both are in government service, then they can be transferred in the same district, town and place. At the same time, the employees of C, who will retire in two years, will be assigned to their home district, and the employees of groups A and B will be assigned to any district of their choice except their district of ‘origin.
At the same time, under the transfer policy, Group A and B officers in the districts, who have completed three years of service in the same district and seven years in the division, will be transferred. In addition, the period of assignment within the department head or divisional offices will not be included in this period. The maximum duration of assignment to the prefecture will be seven years, but the agents working the longest will be transferred in priority.
In the offices of the Head of Department, with the exception of the Head of Department, if the equivalent positions of Group A and B officers are approved from headquarters, then their officer equivalents who have completed three years of service from headquarters will be transferred out of headquarters. Transfers from groups A and B will be covered by the executives up to a maximum limit of 20% of the number of active officers. In case of force majeure, other transfers within the limit of 20% will be made with the approval of the CM.
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