In the process of Cadre Restructuring of CBEC the CBEC has issued an order to clear the doubts on filling up the existing click here to read Live Mint news]. Meanwhile as per an news Article published by LiveMint:- "The finance minister also said that the government is taking steps to address manpower issues with a proposal for cadre restructuring of the Central Board of Excise and Customs (CBEC) to be taken up in the Cabinet soon. The government has to fill almost 700 above the commissioner level in CBEC." [
Government of India
Department of Revenue
Central Board of Excise &Customs
New Delhi, the 18th July, 2013To
The Chief Commissioners (Customs and Central Excise)
Sub: Validity ofRules. Sir,
I am directed to say that during theof Chief Commissioners, [Customs and Central Excise] held. on 17th July, 2013, some of the Chief Commissioners have raised a doubt whether they can make recruitment pending to Recruitment Rules.
2. Department of Personnel and Training vide OM No. AB.14017/79/2006-Estt. (RR) dated 06th September, 2007 has clarified that Recruitment Rules are statutory and they will not cease to operate unless they are repealed or replaced. Hence, there is no bar for making recruitment on the basis of existing Recruitment Rules.
Deputyto the Govt. of India
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