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Sub : Transfer of Non-Gazetted Staff from one charge to another under Central Board of Direct Taxes – Relaxation of condition Regarding –
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03.12.2009

I am directed to refer to CBDT’s Circular F.No. A-22020/76/1989-Ad.VII dated 14/5/1990 laying down the conditions for inter-charge transfer and subsequent Circulars of CBDT F.No. A-22020/15/2008-Ad.VII dated 13/5/2008 and F.No. A-12021/27/2008-Ad.VII dated 23/12/2008 on the same subject.

2. Vide Board’s Circular dated 23/12/2008 it was further clarified that the conditions stipulated In the CBDT’s Circular dated 14/5/1990, namely, the requirement of having to put in a minimum three years service in a grade before being eligible for inter-charge transfer would be the rule that govern inter-charge transfers and only in rare, extremely special circumstances can any exception be thought of.

3. The condition of inter-charge transfer has been reviewed and it has now been decided to allow relaxation of Condition No. 2(c) of the Board’s Circular dated 14/5/1990 reiterated vide letter no. A-22020/15/2008-Ad.VII dated 13/5/1008 and further clarlfied vide letter no. A-12021/27/2008-Ad.VII dated 23/12/2008, namely, the requirement of having to put in a minimum period of three years of service in a grade before being eligible for seeking inter-charge transfer in the following category of cases:

i) Unmarried lady officials posted outside their home state

ii) Officials whose spouses are working in a Government job in a state other than the state in which they have been posted and

iii) Officials whose parents or siblings are dependent upon them and who have no other source of income but the officials have been posted outside his or her home state.

4. In respect of categories 3(i) and 3(ii) mentioned herein above, the CCsIT {CCA} are requested to consider such cases under powers delegated to them as per the exiting guidelines for inter-charge transfer taking into account the relaxation communicated herein above. In respect of category of cases referred to at Para 3 (iii) who have to take care of their parents or siblings, CCsIT {CCA} may require officials to produce convincing evidence and act upon the evidence if found satisfactory on a case to case basis.

5. In view of the above relaxation, all the CCsIT {CCA} may decide requests for inter-charge transfer pertaining to the above categories at their level and no reference need to be made to the Board in the above, category of cases. The above relaxation would be a one time measure for a period of one year from the date of issue of this letter and not to be quoted as a precedence.

6. All the other terms & conditions stipulated in the CBDT’s Circular No. A-22020/78/89-Ad.VII dated 14/5/1990 read with Circulars dated 13/5/2008 and 23/12/2008, referred to in Para 1 above, shall remain unchanged.

7. All pending cases for inter-charge transfer in the Board are, accordingly, disposed of.

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