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Vacancies of Trainee Pilot (Group ‘A’ Gazetted in Cabinet Secretariat

          

Trainee Pilot (Group ‘A’ Gazetted,  Jobs & Vacancy in Others at  Cabinet Secretariat, Delhi Feb 2012
Job or Vacancy Description:
Applications are invited from Indian citizens for appointment to the Group ‘A’ Technical (Non-Ministerial) post of Trainee Pilot in a department under Cabinet Secretariat on Direct Recruitment basis. The post carries All India service liability. The eligibility conditions for the post are as under:

Trainee Pilot (Group ‘A’ Gazetted : 21 posts (UR-10, SC-03, ST-02, OBC-06), Pay Scale: PB-3 Rs. 15600-39100 Grade Pay Rs. 5400, Age : Below 20-30 years (Relaxation of 05 years in r/o SC/ST candidates and 03 years in r/o OBC Candidates)

How to apply : Interested candidates may apply to JDD (Pers-A), Post Box No. 3003, Lodhi Road Post Office, New Delhi-110003.  Applications should be filled as per the format given below in “CAPITAL LETTERS”. Application along with two recent passport size photograph duly attested by Gazetted officer be forwarded to above mentioned address.

General Instructions:
1. in view of the Order Dated 17.2.2011 of the Hon’ble Supreme Court in Civil Appeal No. 1883 of 2011(arising out of S.L.P.(C)No. 2583 of 2009 ) in the case of Electronics Corporation of India Ltd. Vs. Union of India & others recalling its earlier directions regarding the approval of the Committee on Disputes (COD),

2. Cabinet Secretariat, for pursuing litigation by PSUs/Government Departments, henceforth Government entities will not require permission of the Committee on Disputes before approaching Courts/Tribunals.

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3. A reference is also invited in this regard to the ministry of Low, Department of Legal AffairsOM No. F-34(4)/2011-judl.Dated 3rd March 2011. Office Memorandum Dated 01.9.2011 Regarding “Settlement of Disputes between one Central Government Department and another and One Central Government Department and a Central Govt. Public Enterprises and Public Enterprises and another” .

4. The decisions taken by the Cabinet and Cabinet Committees are fundamental to the governance of the country. Various matters of national and international importance impacting different facets of governance get flagged and placed before the Cabinet and Cabinet Committees.

5. The proposals that are placed before the Cabinet and Cabinet Committees are often the culmination of a series of steps. These include consultations with the stakeholders within the Central Government and outside, consultations with the State Governments, inter-ministerial consultations

6. The language of the notes for the Cabinet/Cabinet Committees should be clear, concise and incapable of misconstruction. Style of presentation is as important as the content of the notes. While avoiding needless verbosity, it is advisable to use short sentences.

7. In the English text, vernacular words should be used only when their meaning cannot be expressed equally well in English. Comparative statements indicating the existing provisions and the proposed changes in a tabular format are preferable as compared with running matter.

8.  India is a Union of States with authority delineated between the Central and the State Governments. The three lists in the Seventh Schedule of the Constitution of India viz. List-I – Union List; List-II – State List; and List-III- Concurrent list, spell out the respective domains of the Central and the State Governments.

9. the Central Government to take decisions in the matter in terms of the constitutional provisions or other relevant laws. It needs to be ensured that proposals to be placed before the Cabinet/Cabinet Committees do not lead to transgression of the authority of the State Governments.

10. The business of the Government of India is disposed of at various levels within the Ministries/Departments in terms of the Government of India (Allocation of Business) Rules, 1961 by, or under the general or special directions of the Ministerin- charge.

11. Detailed guidelines/instructions regarding preparing notes for the Cabinet and Cabinet Committees have been issued by the Cabinet Secretariat. These are available on the Cabinet Secretariat website viz. http://cabsec.nic.in and also included in this Handbook.

12. Some of the illustrative cases required to be placed before the Cabinet are: Cases involving legislation including the issue of Ordinances.  Cases involving negotiations with foreign and Commonwealth countries on treaties, agreements and other important matters.

13. The proposals concerning country?s security are required to be placed before the Cabinet Committee on Security. Issues impacting the economy are generally placed before the Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs and all infrastructure projects costing above ` 300 crore are placed before the Cabinet Committee on Infrastructure.

14. The Department of Public Enterprises has also delegated higher powers to different categories of PSUs. Subject to such exceptions, all proposals involving expenditure of over ` 300 crore are required to be placed before the Cabinet or the concerned Cabinet Committee for approval.

15. The process of inter-ministerial consultations is a critical component of the process of writing notes for the Cabinet/Cabinet Committees. Three major problems Cabinet Secretariat Handbook on writing Cabinet note have, in general, been noticed with regard to inter-ministerial consultations. These The distinction between decisions of the Cabinet/Cabinet Committees recorded as „postponed’ and ‘deferred’ is very often not clear to the Ministries.

Tentative Last Date:11-03-2012

About the organization:
The decisions taken by the Cabinet and Cabinet Committees are fundamental to the governance of the country. Various matters of national and international importance impacting different facets of governance get flagged and placed before the Cabinet and Cabinet Committees. The notes for their consideration are, therefore, central to policy making and to successful execution of different programmes. These notes, should therefore, have the highest degree of clarity with all pertinent details having been brought out in the right perspective. The proposals that are placed before the Cabinet and Cabinet Committees are often the culmination of a series of steps. These include consultations with the stakeholders within the Central Government and outside, consultations with the State Governments, inter-ministerial consultations and in many cases, appraisal by designated bodies or financial institutions. The final document and the proposals contained in such notes should therefore be of very high quality. Clarity of language and thought  The language of the notes for the Cabinet/Cabinet Committees should be clear, concise and incapable of misconstruction. Style of presentation is as important as the content of the notes. While avoiding needless verbosity, it is advisable to use short sentences. Lengthy sentences, abruptness, redundancy, superlatives and repetition, whether of words, observations or ideas, often lead to confusion. Care also needs to be taken to ensure correct usage of spelling and grammar and to avoid typographical errors. Foreign or classical words and expressions should be avoided as far as possible. In the English text, vernacular words should be used only when their meaning cannot be expressed equally well in English. Comparative statements indicating the existing provisions and the proposed changes in a tabular format are preferable as compared with running matter. Such tabular statements are also useful while considering amendments to Acts or recommendations of the Parliamentary Committees etc. Centre – State Partnership . India is a Union of States with authority delineated between the Central and the State Governments. The three lists in the Seventh Schedule of the Constitution of India viz. List-I – Union List; List-II – State List; and List-III- Concurrent list, spell out the respective domains of the Central and the State Governments. Therefore, while deciding to place any proposal before the Cabinet or the Cabinet Committees, the Departments should check that either the subject falls within the business of the Union Government or that appropriate procedures have been followed to empower Cabinet Secretariat Handbook on writing Cabinet notes the Central Government to take decisions in the matter in terms of the constitutional provisions or other relevant laws. It needs to be ensured that proposals to be placed before the Cabinet/Cabinet Committees do not lead to transgression of the authority of the State Governments. Though, the Government business is disposed of by the concerned Governments in terms of the respective domains, its implementation is done largely by the States.

Address :
Government of India
Cabinet Secretariat
JDD (Pers-A), Post Box No. 3003, Lodhi Road Post Office, New Delhi-110003.

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