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Now IAS, IPS officers must file performance report online, says Modi Govt.

March, 7, 2017:

PM Modi
PM Modi

Timeline for disclosure of such reports is 15th January each year.

Centre has decided to amend its rules to allow online filing of performance reports of the IAS & IPS officers.

This move’ll help in checking delayed submission of confidential reports & the claims of bias in giving low ratings to some officer to affect her or his career growth.

As per draft rules formed by the Department of Personnel & Training (DoPT) the Performance Appraisal Report will be generated as well as written by officer reported upon electronically as prescribed by the central govt.

Comments of reporting, accepting and reviewing authority shall be recorded electronically in case he’s a govt. servant. Political executives can record their comments manually, it said.

These new rules, once approved, will become applicable to the members of all India services- Indian Administrative Service (IAS), Indian Forest Service (IFoS) and Indian Police Service (IPS) .

Timeline for disclosure of such reports is 15th January each year.

DoPT has written to chief secretaries of the state govts and UTs to send their comments by 15th March. If no reply is received within stipulated time, it’ll be presumed that state govt. does not have any objection to the proposed amendments, DoPT said in a official announcement.

The cadre controlling authorities i.e. Home Ministry for IPS officers & the Ministry of Environment, Forests & Climate Change for IFoS, have also been asked to send their comments on these proposed changes in the service rules.
Senior DoPT official said that this new measure is in line with the direction of PM Narendra Modi who wants that officers’ performance reports are filed online to achieve greater transparency.
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