The Government has asked the Cadre Authorities in various Ministries/Departments to submit Action Taken Report latest by July 10, 2015 on framing Rotational Transfer Policy and putting up in public domain, identification of sensitive posts and rotation of Officers from sensitive posts as per provisions.
The Rotational Transfer Policy aims to harmonise objectives of institutional memory, avoid development of vested interests and provide variety of exposure to employees thereby ensuring overall growth of an officer. While the Transfer Policy prescribes minimum and maximum tenure for each post, any exception should be with the approval of the Committee constituted for this purpose which shall record the reasons in writing.
The draft Rotational Transfer Policy for the Central Secretariat Service is available on the DoPT website with the following link:
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