Big News for these Employees! The government is preparing to retire these employees before time, check details


New Delhi, Modi government has started to crack down on careless employees. Unhappy with the non-compliance of instructions on time, the center has asked all ministries to review the work of employees on time so that those who perform poorly can be retired before time.

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In an order, the Department of Personnel and Training (DOPT) asked the concerned ministries to direct the Public Sector Undertakings (PSUs), banks, autonomous institutions and statutory bodies under their administrative control to review the employees. The order said that the performance of government employees should be used to find out whether their work is correct or not. If they are not working in the interest of the country, then they should be retired before time.

This order has been issued to the secretaries of all central government departments. It has been said that the administrative ministries and departments should follow this and submit its report to DoPT as soon as possible. The instruction said, it has been found that the rules are not being followed in the departments of some ministries. This is causing delay in identifying government employees for review under the relevant provisions of Fundamental Rules (FR)-56 (J) / (I) and Rule 48 of Central Civil Services or CCS (Pension) Rules (now, amended as Rule 42 of CCS (Pension) Rules, 2021).

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These rules determine the policy for review of government employees and their compulsory retirement. This speeds up the government work. DoPT said in its order dated June 27, ministries/departments have been asked to immediately identify the employees for review under the relevant provisions of the basic/pension rules. These employees should be reviewed and the report should be shared immediately. Accordingly, all ministries and departments have been asked to submit the report by the 15th of every month from July.


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