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Restructuring of Geological Survey of India

 The Restructuring of Geological Survey of India (GSI) under the Ministry of Mines on basis of the high power committee recommendations has gat

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 The Restructuring of Geological Survey of India (GSI) under the Ministry of Mines on basis of the high power committee recommendations has gathered momentum. As per the Annual Report of the Ministry for the year 2011-12 there is a significant improvement in Human Resource position with induction of S&T

personnel at JTS level during the year. As a consequence posts of Group ‘A’ & ‘B’ officers in Scientific and Technical streams have been enhanced from 4855 to 6019 and post of Group ‘A’ & ‘B’ officers of Non Scientific and Technical Streams have been enhanced from 1710 to 1781.

It may be noted that a cabinet note on the “Restructuring of GSI” based on the recommendation of the High Power Committee has already been approved by the cabinet on 25th October, 2011.The proposals, as approved are under implementation.

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COMMENTS

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  • Obstinate mind set of Geological Survey of India, Northern Region, Lucknow officers have withheld revised pension to Survey stream workers on account of up gradation of post and revised MACP. Revised pensionary benefits have been given to eligible Survey personals in other offices of GSI, still why the retired eligible Survey personals were denied to get the due pension benefit is just beyond comprehension. Now in partial modification of earlier erroneous office orders an office order is issued after about two years. We the pensioners of Survey stream wish that there should not be further delay in fixation of due revised pension and payment of arrear.