Subject: Posting of Junior Scale officers of 2019 batch of Jammu and Kashmir Administrative Service (JKAS).
Government Order No.807-JK(GAD) of 2021,Dated:31.08.2021.
Consequent upon completion of the training of JuniorScale officers of 2019 batch of JKAS, during their deployment in
different departments in terms of various orders issued from time to time, these officers are hereby recalled, and their services are placed
at the disposal of Administrative Departments, as per the details forming annexure to this Government Order, for further posting.
It is further ordered that:
i) the respective Administrative Departments shall post these officers, immediately, in conformity with the guidelines inter-alia contained in the Transfer Policy notified vide Government Order No. 861-GAD of 2010 dated 28.7.2010. While doing so, it shall be ensured that:
a. these officers are posted outside their home districts. However, this shall not be applicable to the officers having been appointed to the JKAS on the basis of being Resident of Backward Area or an Area adjoining Line of Actual Control, who shll be posted in their
respective areas in terms of sub-section 2 of Section 3 of the J&K Reservation Act, 2004.
b. while filing-up the vacancies in the two divisions, a fair balance is maintained by way of posting of, as far as possible, equal
number of officers in each division; and
C. the academic background of these officers is kept in view for best use of their services.
ii. The officers who are presently on earned leave or any other kind of leave shall, on expiry of the said leave period report, immediately, to the Administrative Departments concerned.
iii. 252 posts of Junior Scale of JKAS are hereby transferred to the following Administrative Departments, as per the details below, for the
purpose of drawl of salary:
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