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Know the lateral entry scheme of Modi government

Monday - June 11, 2018 1:30 pm , Category : WTN SPECIAL

Try in lateral entry scheme if you have talent

JUNE 11 (WTN) - You must have heard about the new lateral entry scheme of Modi Government. If you have not heard, we give you full details of this scheme and tell you what the scheme is after all. According to this scheme, the central government is now appointing the bureaucrat ‘directly’. Under the scheme, the deserving candidates working in the private sector can become senior officers without having to pass the civil service examination.

Keeping in mind the talent of public and private sector, the central government led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi has issued notification for the post of 10 joint secretaries, through which applications is being invited from deserved candidates for these posts. The appointment of these candidates will be through the ‘lateral entry’. With this, people working in private and public sectors will also be appointed as ‘joint secretary’ without the examination of civil services.

Let you know that the first proposal of the lateral entry in the bureaucracy introduced in year 2005. Lateral entry proposal was first introduced in the administrative reforms report in 2005. But then it was finally dismissed. Then it was recommended in the second administrative report in 2010. But first serious initiative taken in 2014 after the Modi government came to power.

According to the notification issued by the government, those people, whose age has been 40 years from 1st July, can apply for these posts, as well as candidate must be graduate from any recognized university. At the same time, the candidate must have 15 years of working experience in a private company other than a public, public sector unit. The candidates those who will be selected for these posts will be appointed for up to three years and the government can increase the contract by five years. Professional candidates can apply for these positions only.

The Modi government will pay salaries of 1.44 lakh to 2.18 lakh rupees per month for candidates to be selected for these posts and many allowances and facilities will also be given to the candidates by the government. The posts which the government has invited for application are to be held in 10 ministries like, financial services, economic affairs, agriculture, road transport, shipping, environment and forest, civil aviation and commerce sector.

Let you know that the government will now make necessary changes in the service rules for this. In the PMO, the minister of state, Jitendra Singh said about the notification related to the lateral entry of 10 posts as Joint Secretary, “it will get an opportunity to choose the best from the available sources”. The position of the joint secretary in a ministry or department is very important and they have an important contribution in finalizing and implementing major policies.

But the opposition has started to oppose this plan of Modi Government. Congress leader Abhishek Manu Singhvi tweeted and said,” JS level positions now being offered outside of UPSC. Will the government similarly offer Major & Colonel to "outstanding" individuals outside the armed forces?”

RJD leader and former deputy chief minister of Bihar, Tejashwi Yadav tweeted, "How can the ‘Manuwadi’ government appoint people in important positions of the policy and joint secretary posts without examining the UPSC?" This is a serious violation of the constitution and reservation. Tomorrow they will make the prime minister and cabinet without any election. They have made fun of the constitution.”

Opposition has right to oppose, but there are many talents in the country that are knowledgeable about their own field. If their knowledge is used in making country’s policies then no one should object. If the talent form private sector has ‘new ideas and views’ to give new direction to nation, it should be appreciated.
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