Saturday, March 26, 2011

IRS probationers pose questions on postings through video-conferencing

ABOUT 150 Indian Revenue Service (I-T) probationers now undergoing training at National Academy of Direct Taxes, Nagpur seized an opportunity to interact with CBDT chairman Sudhir Chandra and other members of the Board through video conferencing on Friday. During the last three months, this is the third video-conferencing session between Board in New Delhi’s North Block and I-T officials across India.
The young officers asked many a question regarding the criteria of their future postings, according to people present during the session. Whereas administrative needs would get top-most priority in deciding where the officers would be posted, there would be a few exceptions on compassionate ground, the probationers were told. I-T officers from 30 cities including far-flung centers like Guwahati and Shillong also got hooked into Friday’s video-conferencing.
Meanwhile, CBDT chairman Sudhir Chandra’s term has been extended by two months till May 31, 2011.
(File Photo: A section of 64th batch of IRS in New Delhi recently)
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