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    EXTENSION OF TENURE OF CVOS IN CPSES AND OTHER ORGANIZATIONS BEYOND 5 YEARS AND UPTO 7 YEARS- DOPT CLARIFICATION

    Extension of Tenure of CVOs in CPSEs and Other Organizations beyond 5 Years and Upto 7 Years- DOPT Clarification

    F.No.385/7/2011-AVD-III
    Government of India
    Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances & Pensions
    Department of Personnel & Training

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    North Block, New Delhi
    Dated the 14 March, 2017

    OFFICE MEMORANDUM

    Subject: Clarification regarding extension of tenure of CVOs in CPSEs and other organizations beyond 5 years and upto 7 years.

    The undersigned is directed to refer to this Department's O.M. No. 2/6/2016-Estt. (Pay-II) dated 17.02.2016, wherein it was circulated that if the administrative Ministries/Departments and other borrowing organizations wish to retain an officer beyond 5 years, they may extend the tenure of deputation covered under earlier deputation guidelines dated 28.11.2007, where absolutely necessary in the public interest, upto a period not exceeding 7 years at a stretch subject to willingness of the concerned officer, cadre clearance from the lending authority/State Government, approval of the UPSC/ACC etc., wherever applicable and to say that the matter has already been clarified vide O.M. No. 385/2/2014-AVD-III dated 21.09.2016 for the officers of All India Services who are working as CVO in CPSEs and other organizations.

    2. Now, it is also clarified that DoPT's O.M. No. 2/6/2016-Estt.(Pay-II) dated 17.02.2016 is not applicable to CVOs in CPSEs and other organizations under Ministries/Departments as they are governed under the separate guidelines issued by this Department from time to time.

    Sd/-
    (Sarita Nair)
    Under Secretary to the Government of India
    Tel. No. 23094541

    Source:-http://dopt.gov.in

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