Stories Tagged 'Civil servants'
Civil servants have said that the government betrayed them by not introducing the provision in the Civil Servants Adjustment Bill for allowing those adjusted to the local and provincial governments to work in the federal service.
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In May last year, the government introduced the “Guidelines on Bringing Austerity and Effectiveness in Public Expenditure”, and one of its provisions called for scrapping most of the incentives under various titles the civil servants were enjoying. 
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Over 70,000 civil servants have expressed their readiness to serve provincial and local governments so far, one day before the deadline set by the Ministry of Federal Affairs and General Administration to apply for their adjustment expires. Officials say the number could go higher.
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Despite reaching an understanding to resolve the current standoff on staff adjustment, the federal government and official trade union of the civil servants reached failed to seal the deal on Wednesday after the Nepali Congress-affiliated trade union opposed certain provisions at the last hour.
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Hundreds of civil servants took to the streets on Monday to protest the Civil Service Adjustment Ordinance tabled by the government in Parliament to adjust thousands of civil servants in local, provincial and central government agencies.
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At a time when the government is struggling to adjust civil servants in the provinces and the local level—a crucial part of creating a well-functioning federalism—Indian civil service experts have advised Nepali officials not to hinder the career growth of the employees mobilised.
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