AP Transfer Guidelines G.O.NO.57,dt.18-05-2015 for Employees and Teachers
The existing ban on transfer of employees imposed in G.O.Ms No 211 of Finance (DCM-II) Department dated November 15, 2014, is hereby relaxed for the period from May 18 to 31, 2015, to ensure right placement of employee to secure optimum productivity and commitment to furtherance of Government’s development objectives.
The transfers will be undertaken with adherence to the following instructions
- The transfer of employees will be undertaken between May 18 and May 31, 2015. There shall be no transfer prior to or after this period.
- The transfer policy should be an effective tool in capacity building with the employees getting a variety of experience within the department, thus becoming more fit to hold higher responsibilities.
- Any employee retiring on and before June 30, 2016 shall not be transferred. No person shall be transferred before completion of two years of service at a particular duty station as on May 01, 2015. Likewise, no person shall be retained beyond five years of service in any station. Service in all cadres at any duty station shall be counted while calculating the period of service at a particular duty station.
While effecting transfers, the Competent authority shall accord priority in the order given below, subject to satisfaction of other conditions specified in this Order
- Employee who has completed more than five years at a duty station duly counting the total service rendered in all cadres shall be transferred without exception;
- Employees who have completed two years of service may be transferred either on administrative grounds or on account of the following conditions upon request for transfer:
- Employees with disabilities of 40% or more as certified by the competent authority as per “Persons with Disabilities (P.W.D) (Equal opportunities, protection of rights and full participation Act, 1995);
- Husband and Wife cases (Only one of the spouses shall be shifted following the prescribed procedure);
- Requiring advanced medical treatment for serious ailments like Cancer, Open Heart Surgery, Neurosurgery, and Renal transplantation, for self or spouse or dependent children and dependent parents, to a place where such facilities are available; and
- Employees having mentally retarded children may be considered for posting to a place where medical facilities are available subject to certification by the competent authority.
- The second and higher level Gazetted Officers shall not be posted in their native district. Native District shall be determined by the entry in the Service Register of the employee. Other employees shall not be posted in their native Mandal.
- Employees shall invariably be transferred from the existing location on promotion, unless no such post exists at a different location.
The above instructions, however, will not apply to the revenue earning departments viz. i) Commercial Taxes; ii) Prohibition & Excise; iii) Stamps & Registration; and iv) Transport. Separate orders will be issued for these departments. Similarly, separate Guidelines will be required for the Education (School Education and Higher Education) and Health, Medical and Family Welfare Departments keeping in view the unique nature of the service conditions prevailing in these departments and the specialisations in different cadres. Further, the T&A Department is exempted from these orders in view of implementation of CFMS and ongoing computerization. These departments will issue separate orders in consultation with the Finance Department with separate time schedule and instructions applicable for the employees of these departments.