Friday, 28 July 2017

Sanctioned posts of IAS / IPS officers

The current sanctioned strength of IAS and IPS as on 01.01.2017 is detailed below:


 Sl No.
Cadre 

IAS
IPS
Total Authorized Strength
1
Andhra Pradesh
211
144
2
AGMUT
337
295
3
Assam-Meghalaya
263
138
4
Bihar
342
231
5
Chhattisgarh
193
103
6
Gujarat
297
195
7
Haryana
205
137
8
Himachal Pradesh
147
94
9
Jammu & Kashmir
137
147
10
Jharkhand
215
149
11
Karnataka
314
215
12
Kerala
231
172
13
Madhya Pradesh
439
305
14
Maharashtra
361
302
15
Manipur
115
89
16
Nagaland
94
70
17
Odisha
237
188
18
Punjab
221
172
19
Rajasthan
313
215
20
Sikkim
48
32
21
Tamil Nadu
376
263
22
Telangana
208
139
23
Tripura
96
65
24
Uttarakhand
120
69
25
Uttar Pradesh
621
517
26
West Bengal
359
347

TOTAL
6500
4843

As per rule 4(2) of IPS Cadre Rules, 1954, the Central Government, ordinarily at the interval of every five years, reviews the strength and composition of each such cadre in consultation with the State Government(s) concerned and revises the authorized strength of the IPS for each cadre. Accordingly, the Central Government in consultation with the State Government fixes the Senior Duty Posts for a given State/Cadre.  Since 2014, Cadre Review of 14 Cadres has already been notified by the Central Government.

This was stated by the Minister of State for Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions and Minister of State in the Prime Minister’s Office, Dr. Jitendra Singh in written reply to a question by Shri Om Prakash Mathur in the Rajya Sabha today (July 27, 2017).



Courtesy: pib.nic.in

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