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January 17, 2013 at 2:26 pm #68401AnonymousGuest
Hi, I am newly appointed as typist in district court. govt. Had abolished the post. Now what will be my future designation and when.January 20, 2013 at 7:25 am #76449AnonymousGuest
You will be re-designated as LDA or LDC at the earliest. See Finance Department Memo No. 1583-F(P) dated 21.02.2012.January 21, 2013 at 12:03 am #76476AnonymousGuest
Thanks alamda. But no departmental memo. issued till now against the said memo.January 22, 2013 at 2:12 pm #76499AnonymousGuest
Yes brother, that is also required. Then you have to wait.January 23, 2013 at 9:09 am #76514AnonymousGuest
Many many thanks dadaJanuary 25, 2013 at 12:57 am #76533AnonymousGuest
Only vacant post of typist is to be convert. There is no future information for the existing cadre of typist in the said memo.January 25, 2013 at 3:04 am #76536AnonymousGuestISIKAAFRIN wrote:Only vacant post of typist is to be convert. There is no future information for the existing cadre of typist in the said memo.
You are right. Only the vacant posts in the typist cadre will be merged to the clerical cadre. Existing typists will enjoy the benefit of promotion until their retirement. The process is as follows –
Suppose, in a office there are some posts of Basic Grade Typist, some posts of Grade-1Typist, some posts of Supervisory Grade Typist and few posts of Senior Supervisory Grade Typist. Now, consequent upon one vacancy in the upper tire, chains of promotion will follow and one basic grade typist will be promoted to the post of Grade-1 typist and one post of basic grade typist will fall vacant. The vacant post will be converted to the post of L.D.C. When all vacant posts of basic grade typist are converted similarly, there will be posts of only Grade-1, Supervisory Grade and Senior Supervisory Grade. Now consequent upon vacancy in upper tire and subsequent promotions, one post of Grade-1 will fall vacant and it will be converted to L.D.C. All vacant posts of Grade-1 will be converted to L.D.C. one by one. There will be posts of only Supervisory Grade and Senior Supervisory Grade. Similarly, all vacant posts of Supervisory Grade Typist will be converted to L.D.C. one day, one by one. Only the Senior Supervisory Grade Typists will be there and consequent to vacancies, the vacant posts of Senior Supervisory Grade Typist will one by one be converted to the post of L.D.C. and when the last vacancy is converted, the process is completed and there will be no post of typist in any tier in that office.January 25, 2013 at 4:20 am #76537AnonymousGuest
Now the fact is clear. Govt. Has taken a very leanthy process. It would be better to float option with increment or promotion to abolish the post.January 28, 2013 at 3:31 pm #76569AnonymousGuest
Dear Members, please clarify if- (1) A candidate appointed as Typist in the year 1994 and he has not promoted to any other post till 2012 except C.A.S. (two times), under the control of District Registrar (Finance Revenue Department, Govt of West Bengal). At present he has opted to change his cadre from Typist to L.D.C. as G.O. No. 1583-F(P) dated 21.02.2012. In the meantime, there are huge post of U.D.C. are lying vacant in the concerned district (Appointing authority is District Registrar). But the Government says the said typist (at present LDC) must wait for confirmation of his post in the new cadre of L.D.C.
Dear members, please clarify whether the said typist wait for 1 year or 3 years for his confirmation?January 28, 2013 at 4:37 pm #76571AnonymousGuestjmmisir wrote:At present he has opted to change his cadre from Typist to L.D.C. as G.O. No. 1583-F(P) dated 21.02.2012. In the meantime, there are huge post of U.D.C.
A great mess appears to have been done there. The G.O. No. 1583-F(P) dated 21.02.2012 does not at all set any provision for exercising of option by an existing Typist to change his cadre to L.D.C. The G.O. is all about converting the vacant posts in various tiers of the Typist cadre. If he has been appointed to the post of L.D.C. on the basis of this G.O., it has been done not in accordance with the rule and it appears that it will create a great problem for him.
If he is, however, appointed to the post of L.D.C. pursuant to West Bengal Services Recruitment to Clerical Cadre Rules ( vide G.O. 7165-F(P), Kolkata, the 1st July, 2010), he will have to wait 3 years from the date of appointment to the post of L.D.C. for confirmation. Thereafter, he may be promoted to the post of U.D.C.January 29, 2013 at 3:47 am #76585AnonymousGuest
Excessively thanks for reply, I will show this reply to the District Registrar (Appointing authority).
-Thanks again.January 29, 2013 at 8:21 am #76587AnonymousGuest
Re: Post of typist -IMPORTANT!
Sri Roy, please follow the following order No. 6060-F dated 25.06.1979 Point numbers: 5(1)(b), 2 & 3, in those terms : whether the said Typist will confirmed his new post of L.D.C. after 1 (one) year/2 year or 3 year from the date of change of his cadre vide G.O. No. 1583-F(P) dated 21.02.2012? (The post said typist has already been confirmed in the post of basic grade Typist in the year 1997). Please provide your valuable suggestion in this regard. This is to be mentioned here- the candidate is myself. I did not get any promotional benefits other than two C.A.S.s. After 19 years of service my present G.P. only 3200/-.January 29, 2013 at 2:27 pm #76594AnonymousGuest
As far as i know govt. Had not published any g.o. For conversion of existing cadre of typist.January 29, 2013 at 2:41 pm #76595AnonymousGuest
Let’s check what W.B.S. (Appointment, Probation and Confirmation) Rules, 1979(G.O. No. 6060-F dated 25.06.1979) states –
5. Appointment on probation and appointment on permanent basis.
1) A Govt. employee:
a) Shall be deemed to be on probation on completion of continuous temporary service for two years after his initial appointment in a post of service or cadre;
b) Shall be confirmed and made permanent on satisfactory completion of the period of probation. Where passing of any departmental examination is essential before confirmation the provisions of Chapter – I of the services (Training and Examination) Rules, West Bengal, shall have to be compiled with.
2) Except as otherwise provided elsewhere in these rules, the period of probation shall be one year.
3) No formal declaration shall be necessary in respect of appointment on probation.
The aforesaid rules have been partially modified vide G.O.No. 5225-F dated 17.05.1995.Check the link below.https://wbxpress.com/confirmation-in-government-service/
What is seen from the G.O.s that the period of ‘temporary service’ in a cadre is two years. After the completion of the ‘temporary service of two (2) years, the ‘probation’ period will start. Where the ‘probation’ period has not been made specific by any rule, it will normally be one (1) year. Now after the completion of the ‘probation’ period i.e. a total of three (2+1) years of satisfactory service from the date of initial appointment in a post of a service or cadre, one can be declared as ‘confirmed’.
You will have to keep in mind that Typist cadre and Clerical are two different cadres because those belong to two completely different avenues having different job type and different promotional aspects. Since the cadre changes, one typist who has been transferred to the post of L.D.C., is required to be confirmed in the post of L.D.C. after completing three years of continuous and satisfactory service in the post of L.D.C. If you were continuing in the Typist cadre till your retirement, there was no need of any further confirmation. But sorry to say, as it will sound harsh, there is no other option for you else waiting to complete three years of continuous and satisfactory service in the post of L.D.C.
As regards change of cadre of an existing Typist to the L.D.C. in terms of G.O. No. 1583-F(P) dated 21.02.2012, I repeat, there is no such provision to convert an existing Typist to L.D.C. Only the vacant post/posts are to be converted. Since it’s your case, I would like to request you to get the matter clarified and to urge for rectification, if required to avoid further complications in the matter.January 30, 2013 at 12:25 pm #76623AnonymousGuest
Thanks sir, you are really great for me. I must request District Registrar for seeking clarification or rectification. Thanks more. Jaymangal.
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