Now Private Sector Employ may become IAS officer Without Civil Services Exam

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According to Indian Express News, Now Private sector employees and social workers will qualify for IAS positions on the basis of their qualifications and experience. IAS Without Civil Services Exam or Civil Services later scheme.

As per report that Sources said Prime Minister’s Office instructed DoPT (Department of Personnel & Training) to prepare a broad framework (proposal) of recruiting individuals from private sectors for the appointment. These selected people will get the employment in the ranks of deputy secretary, director and joint secretary in ministries that deal with economy and infrastructure.

IAS Without Civil Services Exam – Lateral Entry Scheme

The instruction was in response to a DoPT report on central government staffing policy paper. where the DoPT had specified an insufficient number of officers mainly at the middle management level.

As per sources, Cabinet Secretary led committee will carry out these selections. Also, the shortlisting will be purely based on experience & qualification.

Also as in preliminary stage around 40 individuals will get the call through lateral entry scheme, the list may include the scholars, entrepreneurs, and social workers. And the selected people will work at the position till joint-secretary level. As said there is a scarcity of middle management officer in the areas like finance & infrastructure.

According to another official, these lateral entry members would not be available in ministries like Home, Defence, Personnel. Even they are not going to enter into Corporate Affairs.

Lateral Entry into Civil Services Exam

As per last year news by Times of India 10 August 2016, Jitendra Singh (Minister of State, Ministry of Personnel) had cleared the Lok Sabha Members that there was no proposal to draft such modalities for lateral entry as such schemes required political consensus.

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The News states that the minister told that the age qualification for IAS has been increased and now it is 47 years. Whereas at is 50 years of age IAS is eligible for retirement.

Department of Personnel and Training

The DoPT is an agency of the Central Government for coordinating in personnel matters specially issues like recruitment. This department is under Government Of India Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances & Pensions along with other two departments called Department of Pensions & Pensioners’ Welfare (DOP&PW) & Department of Administrative Reforms & Public Grievances (DARPG).

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3 COMMENTS

  1. I think this is a great initiative of MODI Government ,I am really really impressed with this kind of new initiative .People like me those who have good years of experience of Corporate & Business world can be the Good asset & strong pillar for our Country.
    I always wanted to do something more for the country .This is the opportunity for me.

    Jai Hind
    Regards
    Sunita

  2. I don’t think its a good initiative taken by the Government.IAS examinations checks not only the quantitative qualities but also the quality of a person.This system of lateral entry may lead to more corruption if selections are purely based on experience and qualification.

  3. I don’t think its a good initiative taken by the Government.IAS examinations check not only the quantitative qualities but also the quality of a person.This system of lateral entry may lead to more corruption if selections are purely based on experience and qualification.

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