DIPLOMA ENGINEERS

 

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Reference No.

Date

Subject

 

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PART I - RULES

1.

Notification No. 6514 (Gen.)

23-03-1982

Orissa Junior Engineers (Constitution of Cadre) Rules, 1982

 

PART II – INSTRUCTIONS

1.

Circular No. 14870 (Gen.)

20-08-1986

Relaxation of under age of Diploma Holders for appointment as Junior Engineers

 

2.

Resolution No. 9419 (Gen.)

03-04-1991

Employment of unemployed Diploma Engineers of different discipline under the Government Departments/Government Undertakings.

 

3.

Resolution No. 2739 (Gen.)

08-02-1995

Employment of unemployed Diploma Engineers of different discipline under the Government Departments/Government Undertakings.

 

4.

Resolution No. 5468 (Gen.)

02-02-2000

Employment of unemployed Diploma Engineers – Reconstitution of Committee.

 

 

 

 

 

 

PART-I RULES

GENERAL ADMINISTRATION DEPARTMENT

NOTIFICATION

The 23rd March 1982

(Published in the Orissa Gazette on the 15th May 1982)

            No. 6514/Gen. – In exercise of the powers conferred by the proviso to Article 309 of the Constitution of India, the Governor is pleased to make the following rules, namely :-

            1.         (1) These rules may be called the Orissa Junior Engineers (Constitution of Cadre) Rules, 1982

            (2) They shall come into force on the date of their publication in the official gazette

            2.         Definitions – In these rules unless the context otherwise requires –

(a)                “Cadre” means the cadre of Junior Engineer constituted under sub-rule 1 of rule 5

(b)                “Government” means the State Government of Orissa

3. The post of Junior Engineer shall be non-gazetted ranks and shall carry such scales of pay as Government may, from time to time determine.

4. Each Department of Government, which has a cadre of Junior Engineers constituted under the Orissa Junior Engineer’s Cadre (Recruitment and Condition of Service) Rule, 1972 and a cadre of Sub-Assistant Engineer shall on date of Commencement of these rules, have a cadre of Junior Engineers.

5. (1) The cadre of Junior Engineers shall comprise –

(a)                                        Junior Engineers recruited under the Orissa Junior Engineers Cadre (Recruitment and Conditions of Service) Rules, 1972, who continue as such on the date of commencement of these rules, and

(b)                                        The Sub-Assistant Engineers continuing as such on the date of commencement of these rules, and

(c)                                        Junior Engineers appointed after the commencement of these rules;

(2) The Sub-Assistant Engineers referred to in clause (b) of sub-rule (1) shall on and from the date of commencement of these rules be re-designated as Junior Engineers.

6. The Seniority of Junior Engineers in the Cadre on the date of commencement of these rules shall be as follows :-

(1)                           Without prejudice to the inter se-seniority among the officers belonging to each group, the group of officers referred to in clause (a) of sub-rule (1) of rule 5 shall enblock be senior to the group of officers referred to in clause (b) of sub-rule (1) of rule 5.

(2)                           The inter se-seniority among the officers belonging to each group referred to in clauses (a) and (b) of sub-rule (1) of rule 5 as it stood immediately prior to commencement of these rules shall remain unaltered.

7. Save as otherwise provided in these rules, The Orissa Junior Engineers, Cadre (Recruitment and Conditions of Service) Rules, 1972, are hereby repealed.

 

 

By order of the Governor

C. NARAYANASWAMY

Special Secretary to Government

PART-II - INSTRUCTIONS

No. 14870-2R/1-52/86Gen.

GOVERNMENT OF ORISSA

GENERAL ADMINISTRATION DEPARTMENT

The 20th August 1986

From

            Shri R. N. Misra, O. A. S. (I)

            Deputy Secretary to Government.

To

            The Chairman, Committee of Chief

            Engineers and concerned Heads of Departments and

            Chief Engineers, P. H., Orissa.

Subject – Relaxation of under-age of Diploma holders for appointment as Junior Engineers.

Sir,

            I am directed to invite a reference to your letter No. 2120, dated the 2nd May 1986 on the subject noted above and to say that the minimum age of entry into Government service of Junior Engineers should be taken to be 21 years as in case of other Gazetted Government servants in Class-I, Class-II and Class-III services.

 

 

Yours faithfully,

R. N. MISRA

Deputy Secretary to Government

 

 

 

 

No. 9419-Gen.

GOVERNMENT OF ORISSA

GENERAL ADMINISTRATION DEPARTMENT

RESOLUTION

The 3rd April 1991

 

Subject –    Employment of un-employed Diploma Engineers of different disciplines under the Government Departments/Government Undertakings.

Read –             P. & S. Department Resolution No. 19877-SC/6-98/79-Gen., dated the 6th August 1979.

            Instructions were issued in the erstwhile Political and Services Department (now General Administration Department) Resolution No. 19877 – SC/6-98/79-Gen., dated the 6th August 1979 (copy enclosed) and Irrigation and Power Department letter No. 41816, dated 11th September 1989 for constitution of a Committee consisting of Chief Engineers and other Heads of Departments concerned for appointment of Diploma Holders in Civil and Electrical Engineering to different Departments and other Government Offices after obtaining information from the concerned Departments regarding their requirements.

2. But there was no provision in the aforesaid Resolution for recruitment of Junior Engineers other than Civil an Electrical. After careful consideration Government have been pleased to decide that the said Committee with the following officials as Chairman and Members will also empanel Diploma Holders of all Engineering disciplines :-

1.

Chief Engineer, Delta & Flood Control (Irrigation)

…

Member

2.

Chief Engineer, Roads

…

Member

3.

C. E., Electricity and Electrical Projects

…

Member

4.

C. E., Buildings - I

…

Member

5.

C. E., P. H. - I

…

Member

6.

C. E., National Highway

…

Member

7.

C. E., Mechanical of Irrigation Deptt.

…

Member

8.

Establishment Officer, Office of the C. E., National Highway.

…

Secretary of the Committee

            The Committee may co-opt. any other Chief Engineer/Head of the Department/Corporation as a Member as may be necessary. The Senior most Chief Engineer will act as Chairman of the Committee.

            3. The Criteria for selection by the Committee shall be fixed taking into consideration the requirements of different Departments/Corporations.

            4. All appointments in the Government Departments, Undertakings and other Government institutions are to be made from this panel of candidates maintained by the Committee. Other provisions as contained in the erstwhile P. & S. Department resolution referred to above shall remain unaltered.

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            Order – Ordered that the Resolution be published in the Orissa Gazette for general information.

            Ordered also that copy of the Resolution be forwarded to all Departments of Government/all Heads of Departments/Member, Board of Revenue/all District Collectors/Secretary to Governor/Registrar,  Orissa High Court/Secretary, O. P. S. C./Principal Secretary to Chief Minister and Director of Printing, Stationery and Publication, Orissa, Cuttack.

By order of the Governor

C. NARAYANASWAMY

Special Secretary to Government

No. 19877/Gen.

GOVERNMENT OF ORISSA

POLITICAL & SERVICES DEPARTMENT

RESOLUTION

The 6th August 1979

Subject – Constitution of a Committee for recruitment of Diploma Holders in Civil Engineering.

Read – L. E. & H. Department Resolution No. 6383/LEH., dated the 24th April, 1973.

            Government in P. & C. Department were so far maintaining the list of Diploma Holders in Civil Engineering and sponsoring them to different Departments to meet their requirement.

            2. This system was conceived as a temporary arrangement and required to be continued till L. E. & H. Department took steps for opening a Technical Manpower Employment Exchange. In the meantime, L. E. & H. Department have constituted a Technical Manpower Employment Exchange which has been functioning from April 24, 1973. After formation of the Technical Manpower Employment Exchange, there is no need for the P. & C. Department to function as a Control Agency for recruitment of Diploma Holders in Civil Engineering. On the other hand, it is considered appropriate that Chief Engineers and the concerned Heads of Departments should be associated with the recruitment of Diploma Holder in Civil Engineering as per the practice followed in early sixties.

            3. After careful consideration, Government have been pleased to constitute a Committee consisting of the Chief Engineers and other Heads of Departments concerned for the above purpose. The Establishment Officer attached to the National Highway Organisation will work as Secretary of the Committee.

            4. The Committee will allocate the Diploma Holders, in Civil Engineering to different Departments according to their requirement form the list of candidates available with the Technical Manpower Employment Exchange. All appointments are to be made from the list of candidates sponsored by the said Exchange and in case it fails to furnish candidates within a specified period of three weeks recruitment may be made from the open market. The responsibilities of the Committee would be to allocate the Civil Diploma Holders to different branches and allottees would have to report to duty within a fortnight of their receiving intimation of appointment.

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            Order – Ordered that the Resolution be published in the Orissa Gazette for general information.

            Ordered also that copies of the Resolution be forwarded to all Departments of Government, all Heads of Departments, all District Offices, Secretary to Governor, Registrar, Orissa High Court, Secretary, Orissa Public Service Commission and Director of Printing, Stationery and Publication, Orissa, Cuttack for information and communication to the subordinate officers under them.

 

By order of the Governor

A. N. TIWARI

Special Secretary to Government

 

No. 2739-Gen.

GOVERNMENT OF ORISSA

GENERAL ADMINISTRATION DEPARTMENT

RESOLUTION

The 8th February 1995

(Published in the Orissa Gazette on the 3rd March 1995)

Subject – Employment of unemployed Diploma Engineers of different disciplines under the Government Departments/Government Undertakings.

            General Administration Department in their Resolution No. 9419, dated the 3rd April 1991, have constituted a Committee to empanel Diploma Holders of all Engineering disciplines for appointment of Diploma Holders wherein it has been provided that the senior most Chief Engineer will act as Chairman of the Committee. But subsequently Government have been pleased to decide that Chief Engineer, National Highway, will be the Chairman of the said Committee irrespective of his seniority.

            Accordingly, the works “The senior most Chief Engineer” occurring in the last sentence in paragraph 2 of the General Administration Department Resolution No. 9419-Gen., dated the 3rd April 1991, are hereby substituted by the words “The Chief Engineer, National Highway”.

            This will take effect from the date of issue of this Resolution.

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            Order – Ordered that the Resolution be published in the Orissa Gazette for general information and copies be forwarded to all Departments of Government/all Heads of Departments/Member, Board of Revenue/all District Collectors/Secretary to Governor/Registrar, Orissa High Court/Secretary, OPSC/Principal Secretary to Chief Minister and Director of Printing, Stationery and Publication, Orissa, Cuttack.

 

By order of the Governor

PRITIMAN SARKAR

Special Secretary to Government


No. 5468-Gen.

GOVERNMENT OF ORISSA

GENERAL ADMINISTRATION DEPARTMENT

RESOLUTION

The 2nd February 2000

Subject – Employment of unemployed Diploma Engineers of different Disciplines under the Government Departments/Government Undertakings- Reconstitution of Committee.

            Detailed guidelines have been issued in General Administration Department Resolution No. 9419-Gen., dated the 3rd April 1991, read with Resolution No. 2739, dated the 8th February 1995 prescribing the procedure for employment of unemployed Diploma Engineers of different Disciplines under Government Departments/ Government Undertakings. Under Para. 2 of the said Resolution, a Committee under the Chairmanship of the Chief Engineer, National Highway has been constituted to empanel Diploma holders of all Engineering disciplines for their appointment under the Government Departments/Government Undertakings.

            2. In the meantime, several changes have been made in the designation of post of Chief Engineer and some of the posts of Chief Engineers have been upgraded to that of Engineer-in-Chief and the post of Chief Engineer, Delta & Flood Control has been abolished, against which the post of Engineer-in-Chief, Water Resources, has been created. In view of the changed circumstances, the question of reconstitution of Committee to empanel Diploma Holders of all Engineering disciplines for appointment was under consideration of Government for sometime past.

            3. After careful consideration, Government have been pleased to decided that in partial modification of Para. 2 of G. A. Department Resolution No. 9419, dated the 3rd April 1991 the Committee with the following officials is reconstituted to empanel Diploma holders of all Engineering disciplines for appointment in Government Departments/Government Undertaking :-

            (1)        Engineer-in-Chief (Civil)                                    …        Chairman

            (2)        Engineer-in-Chief (Water Resources)                 …        Member

            (3)        Engineer-in-Chief (Electrical)                             …        Member

            (4)        Engineer-in-Chief (Public Health)                       …        Member

            (5)        Chief Engineer (Buildings)                                 …        Member

            (6)        Chief Engineer (National Highway)                    …        Member

            (7)        Chief Engineer (Mechanical)                              …        Member

            (8)        Establishment Officer-I, office of the E.I.C. (Civil) …     Secretary

            4. All other conditions as stipulated in G. A. Department Resolution No. 9419, dated the 3rd April 1991 shall remain unchanged.

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Order – Ordered that the Resolution be published in the Orissa Gazette for general information and copies be forwarded to all Departments of Government/all Heads of Departments/Member, Board of Revenue/all Collectors/Secretary to Governor/Registrar, Orissa High Court/Registrar, Orissa Administrative Tribunal/Secretary, O. P. S. C.

 

By order of the Governor

S. B. AGNIHOTRI

Special Secretary to Government