18 Feb, 2024 02:56 PM

MTS employees appeal to Union Minister seeking one-time promotion

MTS employees appeal to Union Minister seeking one-time promotion

In a significant development, more than 600 individuals employed in multi-tasking services (MTS) across various central government offices have jointly appealed to Union Minister of Personnel and Training, Jitendra Singh, seeking a one-time promotion.

The Central Government (N-G) Employees Union, representing these workers, has expressed deep-seated frustration in a letter addressed to Singh. The crux of their plea revolves around the prolonged absence of promotions, spanning over two decades of dedicated service.

In their correspondence dated February 12, 2024, the union implored Singh to expedite the process of addressing MTS promotions, emphasizing the necessity for equitable opportunities in career progression. Highlighting the disparity, they underscored the smoother advancements witnessed in other cadres, notably the Central Secretariat Clerical Services Cadre.

MTS employees, occupying the lower echelons of the workforce hierarchy, have encountered obstacles in ascending to the joint secretariat assistant grade, unlike their counterparts in various services.

Last year, a memorandum issued by the Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances, and Pension acknowledged ongoing efforts towards MTS promotion within the Department of Personnel and Training. However, concrete orders pertaining to this matter are still pending issuance.

Concurrently, similar appeals have been lodged with the Secretary of the Department of Personnel and Training, along with other senior officials, signaling a collective push for the long-awaited advancement opportunities for MTS workers.

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