KATHMANDU, July 8: The government has proposed decreasing the reservation quota for disabled persons from the current five per cent to four per cent in the draft of the Federal Civil Service Act, a new bill to make the recruitment, promotion, and transfer of civil servants and fixing their salaries in a more systematic way at all the three tires of government in the new federal setup.
POKHARA, June 18: Minister for Federal Affairs and General Administration, Lalbabu Pandit has said that his ministry has prohibited retired civil servants from serving at NGOs and INGOs within two years of their retirement, claiming that secret information is often leaked in this process.
KATHMANDU, May 28: The government has decided to allow those civil servants who had earlier applied for voluntary retirement under a scheme announced by the previous government, to withdraw their applications.
KALIKOT, April 2: Service seekers from far-flung villages in the district of Kalikot are still forced to come to the district headquarters for basic services as the elected representatives of the local bodies and government employees continue to stay in district headquarters by establishing liaison offices.
KATHMANDU, Feb 7: At a time when reports coming in from the provinces say that the government employees deputed by the central government to the offices in the provinces are yet to reach their new offices, the Ministry of General Administration (MoGA) has no records of how many employees have reached their work stations.
KATHMANDU, Jan 26: The government has expedited deputing officials required to carry out administrative as well as logistical arrangements for the meetings of the provincial assemblies in all the seven provinces as well as the operation of the to-be-formed provincial governments.
KATHMANDU, Nov 6: The Ministry of General Administration (MoGA) has finalized a draft of the Civil Servants Adjustment Regulations 2074 BS to adjust over 86,000 civil servants in three different tiers of government under the new federal set up.
KATHMANDU, Nov 56: The Supreme Court on Sunday asked the Nepal Bar Association (NBA) and the Supreme Court Bar Association (SCBA) to send amici curiae to plead in the apex court Monday in relation to a Public Interest Litigation (PIL) that demands voting rights for public servants and security personnel deployed on election duty.
KATHMANDU, JULY 24: Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba's call to stop foreign junkets by government officials has done little to discourage civil servants from travelling abroad. On July 13, Deuba had instructed newly-appointed Chief Secretary Rajendra Kishor Kshetri to bar overseas trips by top bureaucrats and other officials for attending programs other than those concerning bilateral relations with foreign countries.
KATHMANDU, July 11: Government employees have spent over a billion rupees on foreign visits in the last two months. The bill includes over 1,400 trips of civil servants since May 18 this year. Some of the visits are scheduled to take place in the next few weeks.
KATHMANDU, March 31: The Ministry of General Administration (MoGA) has proposed to adjust 80 percent of civil servants at the local and provincial levels under the new federal setup. The total number of civil servants is 80,000.
KATHMANDU, March 31: The State Affairs Committee of the Parliament directed the government to form a high-level committee to submit a report with recommendations to the government for adjustment of the civil servants under the federal set-up.
KATHMANDU, Mar 1: An estimated 105,000 civil servants ranging from junior staff to senior-level election officials are being deployed by the Election Commission (EC) for conducting the upcoming local elections.
KATHMANDU, Sept 11: The Ministry of General Administration has begun the process to transfer civil servants. Deputy Spokesperson at the Ministry, Nanda Raj Gyawali, said the Ministry had begun the process after the meeting of the Council of the Ministers on Thursday amended the regulations regarding this.
KATHMANDU, Sept 8: Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal has urged all the civil servants to focus on the process of transforming the existing public administration into a three-tire administration as per the new federal setup as transforming the administation in haste may inivite further complications in the future.
KATHMADU, Aug 10: The Commission for the Investigation of Abuse of Authority (CIAA) on Wednesday has decided to fine 1,003 civil servants for not furnishing their property details of the fiscal year 2015/16 within the given deadline.
KATHMANDU, Aug 1: The Ministry of General Administration (MoGA) has asked all the ministries to provide details of civil servants who went abroad for study, training or visit purpose under government quota but didn't return to the country to resume their job.
Kathmandu, July 26: The Office of the Prime Minister and Council of Ministers has directed all the Ministries not to sanction leave and deputation to any district-level civil servants working in emergency response to disaster across various districts.