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Centre compiles talent pool of 6K IAS officers

Centre complies data of more than 6,000 IAS officers. This data will be available at a click of mouse and government can pick and choose officers for placing right man at right job

The union government compiled talent pool of more than 6,000 IAS officers across the country in the 69th edition of ebook – Civil List 2024 of IAS officers.

With this information of IAS officers wil be available on a click of mouse. It is a sequel of reforms carried out by the Government in the last 10 years and one of the earliest in Modi 3.0. 

The complication is the 4th Edition of the civil list in e-book version. The publishing of civil list of IAS officers started in the 1960's. 

“It makes a huge departure from bulky paper- backed document and cause saving for Exchequer” says, Dr. Jitendra Singh, union minister of state (independent charge) for Science and Technology and minister of state personnel, public grievances and pensions.

He said that the civil list is a comprehensive platform for the government to select best officers from different parts of the country and level playing for officers to seek opportunities.

“It will widen the horizon for the government to choose the best suitable officers from wider pool of talent with more objective feedback and thus not limiting the opportunities to officers who have worked with senior officers and preferred as they are exposed to the working in the central government and creates a pool of human resources as well as knowledge resources,” he said.

Use of AI and data analytics for choosing officers 

Dr. Jitendra Singh highlighted the win-win situation for both Government as well as officers. He further mentioned the integration of Artificial Intelligence and use of data to make better and informed choices in governance. He emphasized on the use of next generation tools and technologies for ease of working of the government.

Singh said that the government is carrying forward Prime Minister 's vision of ‘Minimum Government – Maximum Governance' along Mission Karmayogi and promoting building of officers to meet the challenges of Amrit Kal in 2047. According to him the citizen centric reforms, transparency along with good governance forms the cornerstone of reforms in Modi Government 3.0.

Ebook having more than 6,000 IAS officers

Ajay Kumar Bhalla, Secretary, Ministry of Home Affairs shared that the civil list contains names of nearly 6,000 plus IAS officers. With details such as Batch, Cadre, Present posting as on 01.01.2024, Pay level as on 01.01.2024, Education, Superannuation, etc. 

Probationers for replication of e-office in states 

On the sidelines Dr. Jitendra Singh also interacted with the IAS probationers' of 2022 batch who are currently undergoing their training as Assistant Secretaries. He took their feedback on improvement in training and overall experience. He also recalled the integration of IIPA with other institutes and programmes. 

The probationers also mentioned the ease of working due to e-office and asked for its replication in the states. They also shared the success stories of Direct Benefit and reduction in pilferages and leakages of public money with the minister.

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