AP asks TS to upload info on assistant commissioners of labour
The State Reorganisation wing of Andhra Pradesh has requested the Telangana Labour Commissioner to upload the cadre energy of officers within the class of assistant commissioner of labour on the reorganisation portal.
AP Reorganisation Affairs secretary L. Premchandra Reddy, in a communication to the Telangana Labour Commissioner, needed the main points of the assistant commissioners of labour like date of start, date of entry into service and others within the Form III of the reorganisation portal. This would allow the particular commissioner of labour to get the info relating to assistant commissioners of labour uploaded on the portal.
The AP authorities drafted a tentative listing of 87 assistant commissioners of labour from the 2 States who could be coated within the division. The division has a complete of 106 posts of assistant commissioners of which 19 had been reserved for direct recruits.
The transfer comes as half of efforts to velocity up allocation of the posts of the officers involved between the 2 successor Telugu States Telangana and Andhra Pradesh. A separate login had already been created on the AP Reorganisation portal to enter the main points for the aim of allocation of assistant labour commissioners as on June 2, 2014. User IDs had already been allotted individually for the labour commissioners of the 2 States and the person ID and password had been communicated to the nodal officers for importing the cadre energy in respect of the stated posts.
The round memos/pointers/directions relating to allocation of the State cadre workers had been out there on the reorganisation portal and this data could possibly be referred to in case of doubts, if any, in importing the data. Allocation of the posts between the 2 States had been pending decision following variations over the built-in seniority listing of the officers ready by the AP authorities.
A bit of Telangana officers are contending that the listing had been ready unilaterally and the federal government ought to hold the pursuits of the State workers earlier than giving its consent for bifurcation.