Govt. reveals attrition in Central paramilitary forcesJuly 27th, 2010 - 10:45 pm ICT by ANI
New Delhi, July 27 (ANI): The Government on Tuesday revealed the details of attrition in the Central Para Military Forces while stating superannuation, retirement, removal from service on account of disciplinary proceedings, death or disability, resignation and voluntary retirement, as its main reasons.
The details of attrition given by Minister of State for Home Affairs Ajay Maken in a written reply are as follows:
2007200820092010 (upto 30.6.10)
ARM 227011791492 474BSFM 3609 4845 7755 2099 F 06 04 06 01CISFM 1605 1916 2515 1382 F 26 43 79 35CRPFM5108 550475623478 F 79 101 87 44ITBPM 440 586 978 364 F 04 05 05 01SSBM 885 7961218 257 F - 03 01
The minister said,however, the main reasons for leaving of their job by Force personnel are:
i) Family/Personal/Domestic problems.
ii) Separation from family for long duration.
iii) Difficult duties in remote or hard areas.
iv) Sickness /Mental depression/Psychiatric /emotional cases
v) Fear of punishment for wrong doings.
vi) Attractive alternative employment.
vii) After the 6th CPC, the qualifying service for full pension has been reduced.
The following steps have been taken:-
i) Transparent leave policy.
ii) Regular interaction, both formal and informal between Commanders / officers and
iii) Revamping of grievances redressal machinery.
iv) Provision of telephone facilities to the troops to facilitate being in touch with family
members and to reduce tension in remote locations.
v) Increased Risk and Hardship allowance.
vi) Yoga classes for better stress management.
vii) Recreational and sports facilities.
viii) Basic amenities/facilities for troops and their families.
ix) Better medical facilities.
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