The Government of India has started the Agneepath scheme for recruitment in all the three wings of the army. Similar scheme is needed for All India Services i.e. IAS, IPS etc. Over the years, questions have been raised on the performance, integrity and integrity of the personnel of these services. So now a radical change is needed.
how to improve
Till now promotion in these services is given on the basis of seniority. Now this practice needs a change. Now the basis of promotion should be the performance of the officers and how to check this performance?
Checking the performance of officers
For this a committee can be formed at all India level. This committee will examine the work of these officers and then on the basis of their work will give recommendations to them for their further service.
Format of Testing Process
The performance of the officers will be assessed at three levels. At the first level, it will be tested in 15 years. At this stage only 25% of the officers should be recommended for further service. After this, these officers should be investigated after 25 years. At this stage 10% of the officers should be recommended. The final level of scrutiny should be done after 30 years and here only 5 per cent of the officers should be recommended for further service.
Nature of All India Committee constituted for investigation
In this All India Committee, eminent retired civil servants, judges, jurists and members of civil society from across the country whose universal integrity is acceptable. After this, care will also have to be taken that the officer of the state whose investigation has been done should not be the investigator of that state so that, there is no conflict of interest both of them. Arrangements should also be made to go to any tribunal against the decision given by this committee so that no injustice is done to the officers.
Why has this system been needed?
The need for this arrangement has also arisen because due to promotion on the basis of seniority, there have been many officers of the same rank. Think of it in such a way that there are 14 DGP, 42 ADGP rank officers in Uttar Pradesh. Due to this the administrative system of the state becomes a political arena. Officers concentrate more on flattering the government than their jobs and also do different types of politics against the officers of their own department. Due to this, the law and order of the state gets ruined. That is why there is a need for such a system which brings in honest, honest and working officers into the service.