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mukeshprasad6

Irregularity in Promotion Transfer of CIL

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mukeshprasad6

Hello,

I am Mukesh. I have observed that CIL(Coal India Limited) in executing routine transfer promotions they do not follow any consistent guidelines. At one place they issue orders for promotion with transfer of most of their executives and then most of them are retained at their place of posting and promotion is made effective while in case of only a very few executives the promotion is cancelled on the ground of staying of transfer. This is in gross violation of natural justice and so I wish to know through RTI Act, from CIL authority about the norms and rules followed in making transfer promotion orders.Also I wish to know the number of executives in different disciplines promoted and retained at the same place of posting and the number of executives on promotion were retained at the same place of posting but their promotion was cancelled in the year 2012 and then 2013. Also what was the number of Medical Executives who were denied promotion in comparison to Executives of other disciplines?

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Go ahead as you have covered entire aspects, and treat the information as first step in the ladder, as you may have to file further RTI Applications to know more details at a later date.

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