KATHMANDU, Nov 15: Parliament's State Affairs Committee (SAC) has decided to set the retirement age for civil servants at 60, revising the existing retirement age of 58 under a new bill which is under discussion at the committee.
KATHMANDU, Oct 22: Although the adjustment of civil servants completed almost a year ago, the already delayed adjustment of Nepal Police personnel in the provincial level has hit fresh snag in the absence of House Speaker following the resignation of then Speaker Krishna Bahadur Mahara over a charge of attempted rape.
KATHMANDU, Aug 12: As many as 150 civil servants, who have already been deputed to various provincial and local government offices according to the civil servants adjustment process, have sought their transfers to various federal government offices, claiming that they are suffering from various mental illnesses.
KATHMANDU, June 11: The State Affairs Committee (SAC) of the parliament on Monday directed the government and the Public Service Commission (PSC) to scrap the recently-announced vacancies for civil servants at various local units on Monday.
KATHMANDU, June 7: The official trade union of civil servants has demanded legal action against local elected representatives involved in turning back civil servants adjusted or transferred to the local units by the Ministry of Federal Affairs and General Administration.
KATHMANDU, Mar 13: The National Vigilance Centre (NVC) has recommended action to be taken against a total of 1,240 civil servants in various 450 government offices across 28 districts for not abiding by the office’s code of conduct.
KATHMANDU, Feb 23: The doctors working at government health facilities across the country boycotted all services except emergency on Friday on the last day of their latest phase of protest against the government’s civil servants adjustment plan.
KATHMANDU, Jan 15: A day after the Supreme Court (SC) refused to issue a stay order in response to a writ petition filed against the government's plan for the adjustment of civil servants in the three tiers of government, two separate petitions were filed at the apex court on Monday, seeking the court's intervention in the matter.
KATHMANDU, Jan 1: The Ministry of Federal Affairs and General Administration has expressed concerns over ongoing media reports and social media status criticizing the government's delay in adjusting civil servants in federal, provincial and local levels.
KATHMANDU, Dec 29: Main opposition Nepali Congress (NC) leader Gagan Thapa has demanded withdrawal of the Civil Servants Adjustment Ordinance stating that it contains discriminatory provisions for civil servants enrolled under the same services.
KATHMANDU, Dec 19: The Inter-Province Council (IPC) has endorsed a timeline for the implementation of federalism, including the management of civil servants, giving full shape to the Natural Resources and Fiscal Commission, and readying the necessary laws.
KATHMANDU, Dec 10: President Bidya Bhandari on Sunday endorsed the Civil Servants Adjustment Ordinance 2018, clearing the way for the federal government to depute civil servants to the provincial and local governments.
KATHMANDU, Dec 5: The government has offered a grade hike or promotion for civil servants volunteering for adjustment at the provincial or local levels under the new civil servants adjustment plan for the federal setup.
KATHMANDU, Oct 15: Amid delay in the adjustment of civil servants in the absence of Federal Civil Service Act, the government has directed the Public Service Commission (PSC) not to announce fresh vacancies for civil servants for the next two months.
Under the federal system, all the state agencies have to work in a new structure and change the working modality of the civil servants, formulate all the necessary laws and arrange resources to the highly-expensive governing system. The federal system will be paralyzed if the systems within it are not well organized.
KATHMANDU, Sept 4: A bill drafted by the Ministry of Federal Affairs and General Administration proposes barring the local units from recruiting civil servants on their own. Revising the draft bill prepared to replace the Civil Service Act with the Federal Civil Service Bill, the ministry has barred the local units from recruiting civil servants themselves. The ministry has argued that the constitution has envisioned only federal and provincial service commissions for recruitment civil servants.