SRINAGAR In a significant decision aimed at enhancing the existing promotional avenues of the Non-Gazetted Cadres of the Police Department and address their stagnation, the State Administrative Council (SAC) which met here today under the chairmanship of Governor, Satya Pal Malik accorded sanction to the creation of 8531 Non-Gazetted Posts in the Police Department in a phased manner, over a period of 3 years (2018-19 onwards) with the corresponding reduction of 8531 posts of Constables.
Advisors to Governor, B B Vyas, K Vijay Kumar and Khurshid Ahmad Ganai, Chief Secretary BVR Subrahmanyam and Principal Secretary to the Governor Umang Narula were present at the meeting.
2847 Posts have been approved for creation in the financial year 2018-19. The posts are 122 posts of Inspectors, 830 posts of Sub Inspectors, 838 posts of Assistant Sub Inspectors and 1057 posts of Head Constables.
2842 posts have been approved for creation in the financial year 2019-20. The posts are 120 posts of Inspectors, 829 posts of Sub Inspectors, 836 posts of Assistant Sub Inspectors and 1057 posts of Head Constables.
2842 posts have been approved for creation in the financial year 2020-21. The posts are 120 posts of Inspectors, 829 posts of Sub Inspectors, 836 posts of Assistant Sub Inspectors and 1057 posts of Head Constables.
The Home Department shall notify inter-se distribution of these posts, amongst various Wings, in consultation with the Police Headquarters (PHQ). The Home shall also notify appropriate instructions in tune with the recommendation of the Committee constituted for the purpose.
The decision taken by the SAC will help address the stagnation at various levels in the Non-Gazetted Cadres of the Police Department, improve their promotion prospects significantly besides boosting their morale for more efficient and effective service delivery.
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