Amendment in the scheme of distribution of posts under the Cadre Restructuring Plan of the Income-Tax Department – CBDT Orders

Amendment in the scheme of distribution of posts under the Cadre Restructuring Plan of the Income-Tax Department – CBDT Orders

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA, MINISTRY OF FINANCE
CENTRAL BOARD OF DIRECT TAXES
DIRECTORATE OF INCOME TAX
(HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT)
ICADR Building, Plot No. 6, Vasant Kunj, Institutional Area Phase-II
New Delhi -110070. Ph. 26130592, Fax 26130594.

F.No. HRD/CM/102/28/2013-14/0488

Dated: 17.02.2014

To,
All Pr. CCsIT/CCsIT(CCA)

Subject: – Scheme of Distribution of Posts under the Cadre Restructuring Plan of the Income-Tax Department – Corrigendum reg.

Madam/Sir,
I am directed to refer to the Pr. DGIT(HRD)’s DO letter of even number dated 4.4.2014 (copy enclosed for ready reference) forwarding the detailed Scheme of Distribution of Posts under the Cadre Restructuring Plain of the Income-Tax Department (the Scheme) and to convey amendments of the following Annexures contained in the ‘Scheme':

Sl. No. Annexure Page no. of the ‘Scheme’ Descreption Remarks
1 A1 20 List of Pr. CCITs/ CCITs (region-wise) Re-designation of the DGIT(Inv.) in CCA Andhra Pradesh region as DGIT(Inv.) Hyderabad and of the DGIT(Inv.) in CCA Kerala region as DGIT(Inv.), Kochi
2 G1 39 Posts for Training in the Cadre Control of Pr. CCIT Rectification of error insofar as it relates to posts at NADT, as per amended Annexure G1 enclosed.
3 O 91 Bifurcation into the posts of NS/LDC/Driver Rectification of typographical error as per amended Annexure O enclosed.
4 P 92 Bifurcation into the posts of TA/.Steno/Driver Rectification of typographical error, as per amended Annexure P enclosed.
5 Q 93 Additional vacancies to be filled through Direct Recruitment Quota (ITI/TA/Steno Gr.II) Rectification of typographical error, as per amended annexure Q enclosed

2. The amended annexures G1, O, P and Q to the Scheme as detailed above, are enclosed herewith for kind information and appropriate action.

Yours faithfully,
sd/-
(SURABHI SHARMA)
Deputy Director of Income Tax(HRD)

Source: www.irsofficersonline.gov.in

Cadre restructuring in CBEC – Cadre wise distribution of 1194 sanctioned posts of Appraisers

CBEC again make cadre-wise distribution of the posts and cadre-wise distribution of the 1194 sanctioned posts of Appraisers amongst three cadres is indicated below…

F.No. A-11019/08/2013 Ad.IV (Pt.)
Government of India
Ministry of Finance
Department of Revenue
Central Board of Excise & Customs

Dated: 16th October, 2014

To,
All Chief Commissioners of Central Excise & Customs,
All Chief Commissioners of Customs,
All Chief Commissioners of Customs (Preventive),
All Directors General,
Chief Commissioner (AR). CESTAT, New Delhi,
Chief Commissioner (Tax Arrear Recovery),
Director, Central Revenues Control Laboratories,
Chairman, Settlement Commission,

Sub –  Allocation of posts in Group ‘A’. ‘B’ & ‘C’ amongst Reorganized Zones / Commissionerates and Directorates General / Directorates/Other Formations, consequent upon cadre restructuring of the Field Formations under CBEC- regarding.

Sir / Madam,
I am directed to refer to the Board’s letter F No. A-11019/08/2013 Ad. IV dated 01 08.2014, regarding allocation of the posts ïn various grades amongst the field formations under CBEC.

2. There are three Cadres of Appraiser grade posts, viz. Mumbai Custom Cadre, Chennai Customs Cadre and Kolkata Customs Cadre. Appraisers belonging to the said three Appraiser cadres are posted to Customs Commissionerates (including Customs Commissionerates manned by Central Excise Staff) as well as Central Excise Commissionerates. After notification of revised staff strength, vide Board’s order F. No. A-11019/08/2013 Ad. IV dated 01.08.2014; it has become necessary to again make cadre-wise distribution of the posts. Accordingly, cadre-wise distribution of the 1194 sanctioned posts of Appraisers amongst three cadres is indicated in the Annexure-A to this letter.

3. Customs Commissionerates (manned by Central Excise staff) and Central Excise Commissionerate will fill the posts of Appraiser allocated to them by concerned cadre controlling Zone, namely Mumbai, Kolkata &  Chennai.

4. All Chief Commissioners of Customs & Central Excise are also hereby authorized to post such Appraisers as drawn from the respective Cadre Controlling Authorities to any post of Appraiser under their jurisdiction.

5. Cadre Controlling Chief Commissioners of the three Cadres shall ensure that officers belonging to the cadre under their respective control are posted on rotational basis to all the Commissionerate sharing staff strength from the cadre under their respective control. Further, the working strength and vacancies in the cadre shall be proportionately shared with all
the Commissionerates of Customs and Central Excise sharing the cadre strength.

6. Cadre Controlling Chief Commissioners shall also ensure that the number of officers deputed to any Commissionerate does not exceed the quota of posts earmarked to that Commissionerate.

Yours faithfully,
sd/-
(Bharati Sridhar)
Deputy Secretary to the Government of India

ANNEXURE

(referred to in the CBEC Letter No. A-11019/08/2013 Ad. IV dated .10.2014)

1. Mumbai Customs Cadre of Appraiser :
(CCA- Chief Commissioner of Customs Mumbai-I)
(i) Mumbai Customs (General) :25
(ii) Mumbai Customs (Export-l) : 20
(iii) Mumbai Customs (Import-I) 25
(iv) Mumbai Customs Import-lI) 25
(v) Mumbai Customs (Export-li) : 20
(vi) Nahva Sheva-I : 35
(vii) Nahva Sheva-Il : 35
(viii) Nahva Sheva-III : 35
(ix) Nahva Sheva-IV : 35
(x) Nahva Sheva-V : 35
(xi) Nahva Sheva General : 35
(xii) Mumba’ Customs-I (AP): 10
(xiii) Mumbai Customs-lI :27
(xiv) Mumba’- Customs-Ill :27
(xv) Mumbat Customs-IV : 27
(xvi) Mumbai Customs-V : 27
(xvii) Mumbai Customs (P) : 20
(xviii) Goa Custom House : 35
(xix) Pune-I CE : 3
(xx) Pune Customs : 5
(xxi) Nashik-l CE : 1
(xxii) Aurangabad CE : 5
(xxiii) Nagpur-I CE : 5
(xxiv) Ahmedabad Customs : 14
(xxv) Kandla Customs : 11
(xxvi) Jamnagar Customs (P) : 6
(xxvii) Mundra Customs : 24
(xxviii) Delhi Customs Airport : 20
(xxix) Delhi Customs ACC Export : 4
(xxx) Delhi Customs (PPG & Other ICDs): 10
(xxxi) Chandigarh-l CE : 6
(xxxii) Jodhpur Customs (P) : 10


Total : 622


Chennai Customs Cadre of Appraiser (CCA- Chief Commissioner of Customs, Chennai)
(i) Chennai Customs (Airport) : 10
(ii) Chennai Customs Sea North : 35
(iii) Chennai Customs Sea CentraI : 35
(iv) Chennai Customs Sea East : 35
(v) Chenriai Customs Sea West : 35
(vi) Chennai Customs Sea South : 25
(vii) Chennai Customs ACC : 35
(viii) Chennai Sea General : 20
(ix) Cochin Customs (P) : 2
(x) Cochin Custom House : 25
(xi) Vizag Custom House : 20
(xii) Bangalore Customs (Airport & ACC):20
(xiii) Mangaore Customs : 10
(xiv) Thirvanthapuram CE : 5
(xv) Coimbatore CE : 3
(xvi) Tuticonri Customs : 5
(xvii) Trichy Customs (P) : 10
(xviii) Hyderabad Customs : 20
(xix) Guntur CE : 5
(xx) Delhi Customs Airport : 10
(xxi) Delhi Customs ACC Export : 3
(xxii) Delhi Customs (PPG & Other ICDs)’ : 10
(xxiii) Amritsar Customs (P) : 5


Total : 383


III. Kolkata Customs Cadre of Appraiser (CCA- Chief Commissioner of Customs, Kolkata)
(i) Kolkata Customs Port : 96
(ii) Kolkata Customs Airport & ACC: 39
(iii) Kanpur CE : 7
(iv) Meerut CE : 3
(e) NOIDA Customs : 6
(vi) Lucknow Customs (P) : 4
(vii) Shillong Customs (P) : 2
(viii) Bhubaneshwar Customs (P) : 4
(ix) Delhi Customs Airport : 10
(X) Delhi Customs ACC Export : 3
(xi) Delhi Customs (PPG & Other lCDs): 10
(xii) Ludhiana Customs : 5


Total : 189


Total Cadre-wise Strength:
I. Mumbai Customs Cadre : 622
II. Chennai Customs Cadre : 383
III. Kolkata Customs Cadre : 189


Grand Total : 1194


Source: http://www.cbec.gov.in/deptt_offcr/cadre-restruct/alloctn-gp-abc.pdf

Formation of new Commissionerates following the implementation of Cadre Restructuring in CBEC

Formation of new Commissionerates following the implementation of Cadre Restructuring in CBEC

The Central Board of Excise and Customs has implemented the cadre restructuring of the Indirect Taxes formations, with effect from 15th October 2014. The restructuring of formations is aimed creating larger number of compact commissionerates, by reorganizing the existing commissionerates. This shall provide better tax payer services and deepen the tax base.

Taking into account the growth in Service Tax over the last decade four exclusive zones for Service tax have been created in metro cities, and the number of service tax commissionerates have been increased from 7 to 22. Similarly with expansion of ports, the number of Customs Commissionerates has gone up from 34 to 60. In the context of self assessment, the department is also laying emphasis on non intrusive controls by creating 45 audit commissionerates.

Trade notices have been issued by the Chief Commissioners, for information of the trade and assesses. There may be some teething troubles on account of reorganized jurisdictions. Trade may bring to notice of the department any issues they are facing so that timely resolution can take place.

CBEC issued cadre review notification


CBEC issued cadre review notification

Customs & Central Excise Cadre Review

Board has issued CR NT Formations notifying the jurisdiction of all formations and the date of their effect.

The date of effect is 15-10-2014. So all the new Formations (new Commissionerates, Directorates, present Commissionerates reorganised and designated authorities) will take effect from 15-10-2014.

View the CBEC Notification dated 16th Sep’14

Source: http://paycommissionupdate.blogspot.in/

Draft Model Cadre Review Proposal – Dopt Orders

Draft Model Cadre Review Proposal to facilitate the cadres…

I-11019/25/2014-CRD
Government of India,
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances & Personnel
(Department of Personnel & Training)

3rd Floor, Lok Nayak Bhawan,
Khan Market, New Delhi — 110003
September 12, 2014

Subject: – Draft Model Cadre Review Proposal.

In the meeting of the Cadre Controlling Authorities held on 22 July, 2014, it was decided to draft a model Cadre Review Proposal to facilitate the cadres. The same is enclosed along with a check list of documents/information required to be sent along with the cadre review proposal.

sd/-
(Mona Singh)
Director (CRD)
Tel: 24624893

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Source: http://ccis.nic.in/WriteReadData/CircularPortal/D2/D02adm/draft.pdf