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MP transfer policy approved

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Bhopal, May 9 (UNI) The Madhya Pradesh cabinet today gave a green signal to government employees' transfer policy for 2006-07 at a meeting chaired by Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan.

As per the policy, there would be continuous ban on round-the-year transfers. However, the ban has been relaxed till June 2006 for enabling all the departments to effect transfers as per their administrative requirements during the period, an official release said here today.

The departments, which want to formulate their own separate transfer policies due to specific requirements, can do so with the General Administration Department's (GAD) consent.

However, such policies cannot violate the basic provisions of the transfer policy. The transfers of district-level government officials within the district shall be effected with the approval of the minister-in-charge The applications for transfer of district-level cadres outside the district or the transfer of the state-level officials would be forwarded by the minister-in-charge to the minister of the concerning departments.

Normal departmental procedures will be followed in transfers at the state-level. The inter-district transfers of class II and class III officers would be made at head of department level with the approval of departmental minister and the transfers of class I officers at state government level with the approval of departmental minister on the proposal of departmental principal secretary or head of the department.

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