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New regime for preparing IAS officers’ ACRs: Naresh Kadyan suffering in Khadi Board Haryana

New regime for preparing IAS officers’ ACRs: Naresh Kadyan suffering in Khadi Board Haryana

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Published by Abhishek Kadyan
Against the backdrop of certain clarifications issued by the Centre, a new regime for preparing the annual confidential reports (ACRs) of IAS officers has come into being in the state.
Under the new regime, remarks recorded by the prescribed authorities in the ACRs after December 31 of the year in which the financial year ended would not be taken on record, according to latest instructions issued by the office of the Haryana Chief Secretary.
Besides, the date of recording the remarks on the ACRs must be mentioned as the undated remarks would not be recognised by the Departmental Promotion Committee constituted for empanelment purposes. Since the undated remarks on ACRs were not being kept in the dossiers of the officers they adversely affected their promotions.
Now, the Haryana Government has prescribed a new channel of recording ACRs by the reporting/reviewing and accepting authorities for all posts held by IAS officers.
Official sources said the new regime was an offshoot of the clarifications being sought by certain state governments on the new rules.
Earlier, the Central Government had reviewed the system of writing the IAS officers' ACRs to improve the mechanism of assessment of an officer’s capabilities and to identify the areas to determine the capacity building needs and suitability of an officer for a particular area of responsibility.
The All-India Services(Performance Appraisal Report) Rules, 2007, say that there shall be only one reporting, reviewing and accepting authority for a given period of time. If more than one person supervises the performance of a member of the service, the state government has to identify the person to report or review well in advance of the relevant assessment year.

new rules

No remarks after December 31 to be taken into account
Undated remarks on ACRs not to be taken into account for promotion
New channel of recording the ACRs by the reporting/reviewing and accepting authorities
*New rules offshoot of clarifications sought by state governments
Against the backdrop of certain clarifications issued by the Centre, a new regime for preparing the annual confidential reports (ACRs) of IAS officers has come into being in the state.
Under the new regime, remarks recorded by the prescribed authorities in the ACRs after December 31 of the year in which the financial year ended would not be taken on record, according to latest instructions issued by the office of the Haryana Chief Secretary.
Besides, the date of recording the remarks on the ACRs must be mentioned as the undated remarks would not be recognised by the Departmental Promotion Committee constituted for empanelment purposes. Since the undated remarks on ACRs were not being kept in the dossiers of the officers they adversely affected their promotions.
Now, the Haryana Government has prescribed a new channel of recording ACRs by the reporting/reviewing and accepting authorities for all posts held by IAS officers.
Official sources said the new regime was an offshoot of the clarifications being sought by certain state governments on the new rules.
Earlier, the Central Government had reviewed the system of writing the IAS officers' ACRs to improve the mechanism of assessment of an officer’s capabilities and to identify the areas to determine the capacity building needs and suitability of an officer for a particular area of responsibility.
The All-India Services(Performance Appraisal Report) Rules, 2007, say that there shall be only one reporting, reviewing and accepting authority for a given period of time. If more than one person supervises the performance of a member of the service, the state government has to identify the person to report or review well in advance of the relevant assessment year.

new rules

No remarks after December 31 to be taken into account
Undated remarks on ACRs not to be taken into account for promotion
New channel of recording the ACRs by the reporting/reviewing and accepting authorities
*New rules offshoot of clarifications sought by state governments

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Published by: Abhishek Kadyan on Jun 26, 2013
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