CVC Vigilence Manual, India
FACILITIES AND CO-OPERATION REQUIRED TO BE EXTENDED TO THE
ANTI- CORRUPTION UNIT
PENAL PROVISIONS PERTAINING TO BRIBERY AND CORRUPTION
AMONG PUBLIC SERVANTS
ACTION AGAINST TEMPORARY GOVERNMENT SERVANTS
DISCIPLINARY PROCEEDINGS - I (INITIAL ACTION)
DISCIPLINARY PROCEEDINGS - II (ORL ENQUIRY)
DISCIPLINARY PROCEEDINGS - III (ACTION ON THE REPORT OF THE
DISCIPLINARY PROCEEDINGS - IV (MISCELLANEOUS)
ACTION AFTER RE-INSTATEMENT
ACTION AGAINST PENSIONERS
CONSULTATION WITH HIMACHAL PRADESH PUBLIC SERVICE
APPEALS, REVIEWS, PETITIONS AND MEMORIALS
COPIES OF OR EXTRACTS FROM ACTS, RULES, REGULATIONS ETC.
The existing organization responsible for the implementation of anti-corruption measures of the Himachal Pradesh Government and maintenance of integrity in the services are— (i) Vigilance Department of Himachal Pradesh Government;
(ii) Vigilance Units in Departments and in the officers of the Deputy Commissioners. 2.
Vigilance Department and the Scheme of Vigilance :
The Vigilance Department was created in 1965 and scheme for vigilance and anti-corruption work in Himachal Pradesh Administration was also drawn in 1965.
Consequent upon the attainment of Statehood, the scheme for vigilance and anti-Corruption for the State of Himachal Pradesh was revised and it was circulated to all departments vide Department of Personnel (Vigilance) letter No. 61/71-Vig., dated 27th December, 1971. The main features of the present scheme of vigilance are— (1) A State Vigilance Committee headed by the Chief Minister. (2) Vigilance Department in the State.
(3) Ex-officio Vigilance Officers in Administrative Departments. 3.
The State Vigilance Committee:
Under the Scheme a State Vigilance Committee has been constituted consisting of the following:1. Chief Minister ..
2. Chief Secretary
3. Judicial Secretary
4. Inspector General of Police
5. Director of Vigilance
Functions- The functions of this Committee are(a)
The Committee shall review the progress of vigilance and anti-corruption work in the State of Himachal Pradesh periodically and for this purpose it may hold meeting at least twice a year or more often, in necessary.
The Committee may arrange for a study in each department of various forms and modes of corruption and the points and places where it is widely prevalent.
The Committee may make and consider suggestions for changes in rules and procedure; with a view to plugging loopholes in the effort to eradicate corruption.
The Committee may consider and suggest changes of officers having a bad reputation or a shady conduct or may suggest such other action against such officers as may be possible and desirable.
The Committee may suggest enquiries or investigations into any specific case coming to its notice containing allegation of corruption.
The Committee may make such suggestions as it may consider necessary for carrying out the work of vigilance and ant-corruption in the State effectively and efficiently, in the light of the public reaction to the anti-corruption drive and as a result of the review of vigilance and anti-corruption work in the meeting.
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