This is the 65th edition of IAS Civil List and the 2nd e-Civil list with photographs of the IAS officers of all the state cadres. The list also contains the information of IAS as per batch, cadre state, present posting, pay and allowances, education and superannuation.
Launching the list here, Singh said the dynamic list will help in selecting the right officer for the right assignment based on available profile.
Meanwhile, the Minister mentioned that the National Recruitment Authority (NRA) will conduct computer based online Common Eligibility Test for recruitment to non-gazetted posts with test centres in every district. He also took satisfaction in mentioning that so far more than 25 lakh officers have registered on iGoT fitted to the training needs of frontline workers tackling COVID-19.
He underlined that this measure will help in training an IAS officer into a corona warrior.
Similarly, more than 50,000 public grievances regarding COVID-19 have been received in the grievance cell, which will soon touch one lakh mark with a redressal time of 1.4 days.
The Minister said that all these reforms and initiatives will ultimately lead to ease of governance resulting in ease of living.