105 civil servants left service mid-way in last three years, govt tells parliament
The Union government today informed the Parliament that a total of 105 civil servants left their services mid-way in the last three years.
Minister of State for Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions Jitendra Singh said in Lok Sabha that 45 out of these 105 civil servants were from the Indian Police Service (IPS) and Indian Forest Service (IFoS) who resigned technically to join Indian Administrative Service (IAS) or other central civil services while others left due to personal reasons
In case of probationary training, the rules provide that a probationer shall execute an agreement to refund any money paid to him including pay and travelling expenses to join the appointment, in the event of the failure of the probationer to complete probation to the satisfaction of the central government.
“Recoveries of dues have not been made in 45 cases of IPS officers as resignation was tendered by officers to join other All India Services or central services. Amount due has been recovered in respect of two IAS officers who underwent long-term training and resigned subsequently from the service,” Singh said in a written reply.