Policy for retention of lien on appointment of below Board level employees of CPSEs to Board level posts in CPSEs
Government of India
Ministry of Heavy Industries and Public Enterprises
Department of Public Enterprises
Block No.14, CGO Complex,
Lodi Road, New Delhi-110003
Dated the 27th November, 2018
Subject: Policy for retention of lien on appointment of below Board level employees of Central Public Sector Enterprises (CPSEs) to Board level posts in CPSEs
The undersigned is directed to refer to this Department’s O.M. No. 23(9)/93-GM dated 31.1.1994 and O.M. No. 23/19/98/GL-014/DPE(GM) dated 13.1.1999 on the subject cited. It provides that below Board level employees of CPSEs be permitted to retain lien on their below board level post for a period of 5 years when they are selected and appointed to Board level posts in same or other CPSEs.
2. In modification of above O.M.s, the Government has decided that “the period of lien shall be deemed to have been uniformly extended from the existing five years to six years in case where the Board level appointee in a CPSE was holding a lien on a below Board level post in CPSE”.
3. All administrative Ministries/Departments are requested to direct CPSEs in their jurisdiction to comply with the above mentioned decision.
Tel : 2436-0736
To Secretaries of all administrative Ministries/Departments (by name)
(i) Prime Minister’s Office, (Ms. Nandini Paliwal, Director), South Block, New Delhi
(ii) Cabinet Secretariat, (Ms. Richa Gaharwar, Director), Rashtrapati Bhavan, New Delhi
(iii) Public Enterprises Selection Board, (Smt. Kimbuong Kipgen, Secretary), Block No. 14, C60 Complex, Lodi Road, New Delhi.
(iv) Department of Personnel & Training, (Shri Amit Srivastava, Under Secretary), North Block, New Delhi – w.r.t communication no. 27/1/2018-EO(ACC) dated 2.11.2018.
Copy also to
(i) PS to Hon’ble Minister (HI & PE)
(ii) PS to Hon’ble Minister of State (HI & PE)
(iii) PPS to Secretary (PE)
(iv) PPS to SS & FA (HI & PE)
(v) NIC, DPE – with a request to upload the guideline on DPE website