Govt directs PSUs to enforce work from home for half of their non-executive staff; order to remain effective till 4 April
To avoid crowding in heir respective offices, plants, units, etc, all heads of PSUs have been asked to draft a weekly roster keeping in view their work/production exigencies for the non-executive staff.
The Central government on Thursday allowed 50 percent of its employees to work from home and the remaining to attend office every day besides implementing different time slots for working hours in its effort to further check the spread of the coronavirus disease
Budget 2020: Govt departments to create over 2.6 lakh jobs by 2021 amid criticism from Opposition on unemployment
The Budget documents give a break-up of the jobs likely to created in central government departments between 2019 and March 2021.
Five years after Lokpal Act came into force, Centre seeks applications for anti-corruption body chief, members
The government has sought applications for chairman and members of anti-corruption ombudsman Lokpal, nearly five years after the Lokpal Act came into force, officials said Wednesday.
Finance secretary Ajay Narayan Jha gets one-month extension; appointed member of 15th Finance Commission
The appointments committee of the Cabinet has approved extension in service of Jha, finance secretary and secretary, department of expenditure, for a period of one month beyond his superannuation
CBI's post of director of prosecution vacant after OP Verma retires; Centre seeks nomination from different ministries
The CBI is working without a regular chief after the agency's Director Alok Verma was transferred from the top post in the probe agency.
In a major move aimed at bringing domain expertise to policy making, the government has decided to open its doors for private sector specialists.