Govt bans new appointments without sanctioned posts

Govt bans new appointments without sanctioned posts
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Dimapur, July 4: The State Cabinet on Wednesday reiterated the Government’s earlier order banning appointments without sanctioned posts. It decided that any appointments will be made only against sanctioned posts.
The Cabinet warned that action will be taken on erring officers who makes appointment without sanction and penalized as per rules.
The Cabinet also discussed the recruitment policy of the State Government and directed the P&AR Department to frame a policy for holding combined recruitment of Grade-C and Grade-D posts in all the departments simultaneously and submit to the Cabinet for decision.
Further, the P&AR Department was directed to re-iterate its earlier order that appointment of Grade-D posts in the districts will be filled by the respective indigenous inhabitants of the districts only.
The Cabinet said all departments should be directed to review all such cases of appointment and consolidate the proposal by the P&AR Department and submit to the Cabinet for decision.
On the issue of Indigenous Inhabitant Certificate in the State of Nagaland, the Cabinet directed the Home Department to issue a clarification immediately on the orders issued by the ADC Dimapur, which should be in line with the notification issued vide No. AR-08/08/76 dated 28-04-1977 clearly defining the criteria to qualify as an indigenous inhabitant of the State of Nagaland.
The Home Department was also directed to submit a proposal to the Cabinet on the issue of Inner Line Permit (ILP) streamlining for decision.
The Cabinet also discussed and approved the Nagaland Water Policy, 2016.
On the issue of ex-gratia payment to the next of kin of Central Armed Police Forces/Army Personnel/Assam Rifles/Nagaland Police who suffer fatal and non-fatal casualties during counter insurgency operations, the Cabinet discussed and approved for enhancement of ex-gratia payment to the next of kin of Central Armed Police Forces/Army Personnel/Assam Rifles/Nagaland Police who suffer fatal and non-fatal casualties during counter insurgency operations, as proposed by the Home Department.
The Cabinet also reviewed granting of incentives to Government employees who have acquired higher qualification by availing study leave, and approved to exempt medical doctors in partial modification of the P&AR Department O.M. NO. AR-3/Gen-204/2009 dated 17th June, 2014 and restore grant of incentives to the medical doctors for acquiring higher qualification. The Department was further asked to examine the issue of grant of study leave for specialization and bring it before the Cabinet. (Page News Service)