Friday, July 19, 2013

Promotee I.T. officers not satisfied with cadre review

"ITGOA", the promotee Income Tax Officers Association is not at all convinced with the recently sanctioned cadre review and restructure of the department. As per their understanding, it will neither improve the taxpayer service, nor the revenue collection as promotion of officers will be stuck.
The association consists of about 9000 promotee officers reasoned that as half of the newly created posts of ACIT will be filled in a phased manner which is time consuming, the posts will remain vaccant for three to five years and thus will jeopardize the motive . The body suggested to fill all these posts in one go and by way of promotion from the existing ITOs as done in the previous restructuring in 2001.
The department has got 20751 additional posts with an aim to collect another 25000 crores in a year with better taxpayer service and cover allmost all districts of the country with at least one office in each.
Click here to view ITGOA Press Statement

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