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Re: Faridabad DC & HUDA Administrator changed again!

Postby kumarashish » Thu May 17, 2012 11:34 am

I also had doubt about diversion of EDC, so I sent a RTI to know if the amount collected through EDC is with Faridabad zone or has been diverted elsewhere. Unfortunatly I forgot to attach acknowledgment receipt, I have not received any reply yet.
I request other member to send similar type of RTI, at least by receiving numbers of RTI on same subject can alert them if they are planning to divert EDC amount.
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Re: Faridabad DC & HUDA Administrator changed again!

Postby dheerajjain » Thu May 17, 2012 9:57 pm

Our sincere appreciations to outgoing HUDA Administrator. She has done excellent work in starting development works in Greater Faridabad. She is a hero for Greater Faridabad. We wish her very best for her career and growth.
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Re: Faridabad HUDA Administrator changed again!

Postby yadav_ajay » Sun May 20, 2012 11:05 am

Now, Faridabad got independent Administrator Mr. N.K. Solanki (HY : 2005 Batch) would be New HUDA Administrator Faridabad effective from 19th May'12.

as per orders dated 11th May'12, Mr Chander Prakesh (HUDA administrator Rohtak) Was given additional Charge of Faridabad.

Lets see for how many days Mr Solanki will remain on his Post at FBD??

This is 5th HUDA administrator at FBD in last One Year.
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Re: Faridabad DC & HUDA Administrator changed again!

Postby rizgr8 » Sun May 20, 2012 12:19 pm

Ridiculous, what kind of game they are playing???
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Re: Faridabad DC & HUDA Administrator changed again!

Postby rizgr8 » Tue May 22, 2012 9:55 am

http://navbharattimes.indiatimes.com/ar ... 361016.cms

जिले को मिला हूडा प्रशासक


May 22, 2012, 09.00AM ISTएनबीटी न्यूज ॥ फरीदाबाद


सरकार ने फरीदाबाद में हूडा प्रशासक की नियुक्त कर दी है। सोमवार को नए हूडा प्रशासक एन. के. सोलंकी ने कार्यभार संभाल लिया। इससे पहले रोहतक के हूडा प्रशासक चंद्रप्रकाश को फरीदाबाद का अतिरिक्त कार्यभार सौंपा गया था। दो बड़े शहरों के हूडा प्रशासक फरीदाबाद को कितना समय दे पाते। जाहिर है, इसका असर कहीं न कहीं फरीदाबाद की विकास योजनाओं पर पड़ता। इस मुद्दे को एनबीटी ने अपने 15 मई के प्रकाशन में 'ऐसे कहीं थम न जाए डिवेलपमेंट की रफ्तार!' शीर्षक से जोरशोर से उठाया। इसके बाद जिले को अपना हूडा प्रशासक मिल गया है।

फरीदाबाद में कई डिवेलपमेंट वर्क चल रहे हैं, जिन पर सरकार करोड़ों रुपये खर्च कर रही है। जैसे कि ग्रेटर फरीदाबाद में मास्टर रोड, मास्टर सीवर, स्ट्रीट लाइटों का काम, बाईपास रोड, मलेरना आरओबी का निर्माण कार्य, बड़खल आरओबी और ओल्ड फरीदाबाद रेलवे स्टेशन के पास अंडरपास का निर्माण कार्य आदि। साथ ही, हूडा फरीदाबाद मेट्रो प्रोजेक्ट की नोडल एजेंसी के रूप में भी काम कर रहा है। ऐसे में, हूडा प्रशासक अमनीत पी. कुमार का तबादला कर उनकी जगह रोहतक के हूडा प्रशासक चंद्रप्रकाश को फरीदाबाद हूडा प्रशासन का अतिरिक्त कार्यभार सौंपा गया था। इससे नहर पार इलाके में घर बनाने का सपना देख रहे लोगों और सेक्टरों की तमाम आरडब्ल्यूए की चिंता बढ़ गई थी। उन्हें यह चिंता थी कि कहीं फरीदाबाद में डिवेलपमेंट की रफ्तार धीमी न पड़ जाए क्योंकि चंद्रप्रकाश सी. एम. सिटी रोहतक के हूडा प्रशासक हैं, जहां बहुत से विकास कार्य चल रहे हैं। साथ ही, उन्हें फरीदाबाद का भी अतिरिक्त कार्यभार दिया गया था और फरीदाबाद में भी इस समय तमाम विकास कार्य चल रहे हैं। ऐसे में, शायद वह दोनों शहरों को उचित समय नहीं दे पाते, जिसका असर डिवेलपमेंट पर पड़ता।

सोमवार को हूडा के नए प्रशासक एन. के. सोलंकी ने अपना कार्यभार संभाला। इस दौरान उन्होंने फरीदाबाद के अधिकारियों की मीटिंग भी ली। उनका कहना है कि अभी वह फरीदाबाद में नए आए हैं और उन्हें यहां चल रहे विकास कार्यों और अन्य गतिविधियों के बारे में जानकारी नहीं है। पहले वह पूरा अध्ययन करेंगे। उनकी कोशिश रहेगी कि डिवेलपमेंट को रफ्तार दी जाए।


Meeting is required with this new HUDA Administrator Mr. N. K Solanki to apprise him regarding current situation of development work in Greater Faridabad. GFWA should meet him ASAP.
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Re: Faridabad DC & HUDA Administrator changed again!

Postby s1joshi » Tue Oct 16, 2012 12:50 pm

I was trying to go through some of the recent transfers that have happened in Faridabad, And going by the trends, was wondering if it is time for change again for administrator....

HUDA Administrator
Post taken on
19th May'12. Mr. N.K. Solanki
11 May 12 Mr. Chander Prakesh
11 Jan 2012 Amneet Kaur
01 Jan 2012 R.C. Verma
29 Oct 2011 Amneet Kaur
25 August 2011 Ajit balaji Joshi
July 2011 : A Srinivas
Feb 2011 : Mr. D.Suresh
M S Sehrawat

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10 May 2012 : Balraj Singh
28 Oct 2011 : RAkesh Gupta
Praveen Kumar
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Re: Faridabad DC & HUDA Administrator changed again!

Postby dheerajjain » Tue Oct 16, 2012 10:38 pm

Excellent compilation, Seema.

Number show that HUDA Administrator, Faridabad who is designated IAS officer have been changed 8 times in spate of 16 months. Average time in office: Just 2 months.
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Re: Faridabad DC & HUDA Administrator changed again!

Postby s1joshi » Tue Oct 16, 2012 11:24 pm

Dear All

Above compilation is based on various posts available in forum, news clippings, HUDA circulars and data available over net.

Possibly for official records, It may be helpful if some forum members can file in RTI seeking details of officials along with joining date on key designations over past 5-10 years.
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Re: Faridabad DC & HUDA Administrator changed again!

Postby naveenarichwal » Wed Oct 17, 2012 11:02 pm

I thought IAS is a very prestigeous post in India but looking at Mr /Dr Khemka (43Transfers in less than20yrs) i would curse my enemy by saying that your son/daughter becomes a IAS.
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Re: Faridabad DC & HUDA Administrator changed again!

Postby naveenarichwal » Thu Oct 18, 2012 1:12 pm

I thought that besides giving the more than 1000 complaints to DTCP ,the complaint should also be send to consumer court and if this effort is done again than i think that the number of complaints will rise more than 2000 now.
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Re: Faridabad DC & HUDA Administrator changed again!

Postby ddamitav » Fri Oct 19, 2012 11:51 am

Our old dc Praveen Kumar also no different from others he also bought legal land in faridabad
http://m.indianexpress.com/news/%22the- ... 2/1018818/
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Re: Faridabad DC & HUDA Administrator changed again!

Postby s1joshi » Mon Oct 22, 2012 9:23 am

The way we have seen transfers in Faridabad, wonder if district is part of India

More recently, the Government of India, in consultation with various state governments, enacted the IAS (Fixation of Cadre Strength) Eleventh Amendment Regulations 2010, which guarantees a minimum tenure of two years to various IAS officers. They can be removed only with the concurrence of a board headed by the chief secretary.

An interesting read
http://www.indianexpress.com/news/when- ... /1020126/1

The Indian democratic system is built upon the clear separation of powers between the legislature, executive and judiciary envisaged under the Constitution. However, there has been a slow but sure “scope-creep” and blurring of boundaries. The original configuration envisaged the political executive legislating policy and the permanent executive implementing it. This Westminster model has been turned on its head, and now the political executive is rapidly encroaching into execution and implementation where they believe the megabucks are there to be made. The permanent executive has, with some very honourable exceptions, quietly surrendered. The judiciary remains a strong bulwark of democracy, apart from a few regrettable exceptions where it appears to have encroached upon the executive function.

Against this backdrop, the Indian Administrative Service (IAS), India’s top management civil service cadre, is being hobbled by the political executive with alarming regularity, the recent news about Ashok Khemka being one of the starkest reminders of this phenomenon. Khemka comes with a formidable reputation for honesty and fearlessness, though with a penchant for often “not getting along with his bosses”. He has been transferred over 40 times in a 20-year career, irrespective of political dispensation.

So is the transfer of an inconvenient IAS officer a punishment? After all, every IAS officer signs up for the job knowing fully well that transfer is an occupational hazard and he can be moved without having had a “meaningful” tenure in any one position. While this general principle is accepted by the IAS, yet there is no gainsaying the fact that unless an officer is allowed a tenure of at least two years (preferably three), there is no way that he can deliver results. As it is, the ecosystem in which an IAS officer operates is one of the toughest in the world: recalcitrant, unionised subordinates, political bosses with very different value systems, an overeager media and an overall environment not conducive to productive, speedy decision-making. With all this, if you add extremely unpredictable and variable tenures, it is virtually impossible to deliver results.

The complexity of administration and public policy-making in a country like India is subject to so many pulls and pressures that it often takes an IAS officer three to six months to grapple and get on top of not merely the various issues at stake, but more importantly the various individuals — legal, quasi-legal, quasi-illegal and completely illegal — who can destroy the effective implementation of any policy on the ground. Not only do the actors described above keep changing their garb, they also use institutions like the media and judiciary to achieve their own vested interests or of those of whom they serve.

States like Maharashtra have for long had protection of tenure enshrined legally. More recently, the Government of India, in consultation with various state governments, enacted the IAS (Fixation of Cadre Strength) Eleventh Amendment Regulations 2010, which guarantees a minimum tenure of two years to various IAS officers. They can be removed only with the concurrence of a board headed by the chief secretary. It can be argued that this is simply not effective protection because the board, under a weak chief secretary, would willingly bend to the political executive’s whim.

K.P.Krishnan and T.V.Somanathan have provided a thought-provoking and far more practical formulation in their paper titled “Civil Service: An Institutional Perspective”, which reads as follows:

a) Declare a “normal” tenure for each post; provide that at least 90 per cent of officers in that post should complete the normal tenure (except where they voluntarily agree to, or request, a transfer);

b) Require the UPSC to monitor postings and place before Parliament a periodic evaluation of average tenures for each post, for each state and for the Centre (what the Lal Bahadur Shastri National Academy of Administration calls the “stability index”);

c) Provide that premature transfers in excess of the 10 per cent limit will require clearance from a body independent of the cabinet, say, the UPSC.

Of these recommendations, the last will involve reducing the powers of the political executive and therefore, is more difficult to implement. Short of this change, the other recommendations may still have some effect as “moral suasion” by casting an adverse spotlight on recalcitrant governments. The third recommendation is critical, for without it, it would be impossible to remove a “bad” officer who will benefit from the stability rule.

Justice Santosh Hegde, in his letter to the Administrative Reforms Commission, has gone a step further and suggested separation of the control of the permanent executive by the political executive, which might be a desirable objective, but it is highly unlikely that the political executive would acquiesce to such an idea.

In sum, transfer has ceased to be a simple administrative tool and is now a vicious weapon in the hands of the political executive. Unless you find the right man for the right job at the right time, it would be impossible to deliver results and impact on the ground in India’s complex state-society setup. As such, the time is perhaps right for government to give a serious rethink to assured tenure for IAS officers along the lines suggested here and at some stage even debate the broader question of political control over the permanent executive — its extent, dynamics, and consequences.

The writer is an IAS officer. Views are personal
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Re: Faridabad DC & HUDA Administrator changed again!

Postby yadav_ajay » Sat Jul 13, 2013 10:50 am

Friends,

Once again HUDA Administrator (Sh. N.K Solanki) being Transferred from Faridabad (tenure from May’12 to 11th Jul’13)

Also, Sh. D.P. S Nagal transferred from his post of Chief Administrator-HUDA to Commissioner Gurgaon Division with some other additional responsibilities.

Sh. A.K. Singh would be new Chief Administrator- HUDA at Punchkula office.


Faridabad HUDA administrator Post is vacant for time being, as no posting is being done against Sh. N.K Solanki transfer.
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Re: Faridabad DC & HUDA Administrator changed again!

Postby yadav_ajay » Thu Jul 18, 2013 10:23 am

New Faridabad HUDA administrator would be Smt. Suprabha Dahiya (IAS HY 94) in addition to her responsibility of/as
Managing Director- Dairy Development Cooperative Federation Ltd.

This is for information to all.
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Re: Faridabad DC & HUDA Administrator changed again!

Postby ddamitav » Thu Jul 18, 2013 10:28 am

At this crucial point of time gr faridabad required a full time administrator who can devote maximum time to implement development work.

Govt is playing around with people of faridabad
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