- M K Tripathy moved to the cadre
- Four IAS officers repatriated to the cadre
- Three Income Tax officers promoted to the grade of PDIT
- 77 Income Tax officers promoted to the grade of PCIT
- Cabinet approves Scheme of Budgetary Support under GST Regime to the eligible units located in States of J & K, Uttarakhand, Himachal Pradesh and North Eastern States including Sikkim
The Parliamentary standing committee on personnel and public grievances and law and justice has given its observations regarding civil servants 360 degree appraisal system. It said ‘though its better than earlier one but its suffers from an element of subjectivity and also causes an element of fear as peer and subordinates will also be consulted under 360 degree evaluation”
In its report tabled in Rajya Sabha, it said ” The 360 degree evaluation system which overrides the assessment based on APAR needs to be transparent. Officers not recommended by the 360 degree evaluation pannel should be told the reason and they should get the chance to present before the empanelment decision is finalized’.