1.Departmental Buildings for PAOs: Even decades after Departmentalization, suitable accommodation has not been provided to the PAOs. There are many PAOs, which are not having their own departmental buildings. PAOs at Hyderabad, Trivendrum, Patna, Ahmedabad, Guwahati, Shillong, are very poorly accommodated. Newly formed PAOs, it is learnt that, are not operationalized due to lack of accommodation. Hence, it is requested to cause action to construct Departmental buildings to PAOs.
2. Implementation of the judgment of Hon’ble Supreme Court of India in the Civil Appeal No. 6046-6047 of 2004 in Rohtas Bhankhar & Others Vs. Union of India: DOP&T vide O.M. No. 36012/23/96-Estt.(Res) dated 22-07-1997 withdrawn the lower qualifying marks / lesser standard of evaluation in r/o SC/ST candidates in the Departmental Examinations. Accordingly the request for review of the results in respect of the JAO Part-II examination held from 23-07-1997 to 25-07-1997 was rejected. Now , the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India deciding the Civil Appeal No. 6046-6047 of 2004 in Rohtas Bhankhar & Others Vs. Union of India and Another declared the above said O.M. illegal and ordered modification of the results in the Section Officers / Stenographers (Grade B/ Grade-I) Limited Departmental Competitive Examination, 1996. As the O.M issued by the DOP&T itself is declared illegal by the highest Court of this land in the judgment dated 15th July 2014 referred above, it is requested to modify the results of the above said examination by allowing lower qualifying marks in the review to undo the injustice done to the SC/ST candidates.