Department of Appointment & Personnel, Government of Uttar Pradesh

Indian Administrative Services

Indian Administrative Services

The Indian Administrative Service has been constituted under the All Indian Services Act, 1951 (No, LXI of 1951). It is the main executive wing of the administrative machinery of the State. All matters relating to this service e.g.. recruitment, training, probation confirmation, promotion, leave, conduct, discipline, provident fund, medical attendance, traveling allowance, retirement and pension, etc. are regulated by the rules and regulations framed by the Government of India from time to time and published by them in the compilation called “The All India Service Manual”. The strength of I.A.S. Cadre is fixed by the Government of India and is normally subject to a triennial review.

Indian Administrative Service Cadre Of Uttar Pradesh

The strength of the Indian Administrative Service as fixed by the Government of India, Department of Personnel and Training notifications No.11031/21/79-A, Dated July 24,1980; 1103/21/79-A.I.S(II). Dated March 16,1981 and August 3, 1981; No.11031/29/86-A.I.S.(II)-A, Dated December 20,1983; No. 11031/29/86- AIS (II) -A Dated December 8, 1987; No 28062/1/87-AIS(II). Dated February 26, 1988; No. 11031/1/91-AIS(II)-A , Dated 5.11.92; G.S.R. No. 739 (E) Dated 31-12-97; No. 11031/4/97-AIS(II) Dated 30-04-98; No. 11031/4/2000- AIS(II)-A Dated 21-10-2000.

Senior Posts under the State Government - 253

ChiefSecretary 1 Additional/ Joint Labour Commissioner 1
Chairman,Board of Revenue & Adviser, Land Reforms 1 Additional/ Joint Director of Industries 2
Chairman,Administrative Tribunal and Chairman, Vigilance Commission 1 AdditionalRegistrar, Coop. Societies 2
DivisionalCommissioners (Agra, Varanasi, Meerut, Lucknow, Allahabad, Kanpur.) 6 AdditionalCommissioner, Rural Development 1
PrincipalSecretary to the Government 12 Additional/ Joint Sales Tax Commissioner 1
ResidentCommissioner, New Delhi 1 Director,Panchayats 1
AgricultureProduction Commissioner 1 Director,Information 1
Member,Board of Revenue 2 Director,Training & Employment 1
DivisionalCommissioners 7 Director,Social Welfare 1
Secretaryto Government 26 Secretary,Public Service Commission 1
Secretaryto Governor 1 Director,Urban Land Ceiling 1
Secretaryto Chief Minister 1 ReliefCommissioner 1
SalesTaxes Commissioner 1 Director,Local Bodies 1
Commissioner of Rural Development 1 Regional Food Controller 2
TransportCommissioner 1 Director(Administration), Medical Health & Family Welfare 1
Registrar,Co-operative Societies 1 AdditionalRegistrar, Coop. Societies 1
Director,Administrative Training Institute 1 Deputy Land ReformsCommissioner 1
Director ofIndustries 1 Director, Bureau ofPublic Enterprises and Joint/Special Secretary to Government 1
Excise Commissioner 1
Director, Handlooms 1
Cane Commissioner 1 253
Secretary, Board ofRevenue 1
Inspector General ofPrisons 1
Director, Tourism 1
Labour Commissioner 1
ChairmanAdministrative Tribunal-II 1
Member (Judicial)Board of Revenue 1
Food, Commissioner 1
Entertainment TaxCommissioner 1
InspectorGeneral of Registration 1
ConsolidationCommissioner 1
DistrictMagistrates 70
JointDevelopment Commissioner/CDO/Additional/
Joint ProjectAdministrator, Area Development 14
SpecialSecretary to Government 38
JointSecretary to Government 30
Staff Officerto Chief Secretary 1
2. Central Deputation Reserve @ 40% of item 1 above 101
3. State Deputation Reserve @ 25% of item 1 above 63
4. Training Reserve @ 3.5% of item 1 above 9
5. Posts to be filled by promotion and selection under Rule 8 of the Indian Administrative Service (recruitment) Rules, 1954 not exceeding 33 1/3% of item of 1,2,3 and 4 142
6. Leave Reserve and Junior Posts Reserve @ 16.5% of item 1 above 41
7 Posts to be filled up by direct Recruitment
(Items 1+2+3+4+6-5) 325
Direct Recruitment Posts 325
Promotion Posts 142
Total Authorized strength 467
 Chief Secretary Rs- 26000
Chairman Board of Revenue and Adviser Land Reforms Rs- 26000
Chairman, Administrative Tribunal & Chairman, Vigilance Commission Rs- 26000
Divisional Commissioner (Agra, Varanasi, Meerut, Lucknow, Allahabad & Kanpur) Rs- 22400-525- 24500
Principal Secretary to the Government Rs- 22400-525- 24500
Resident Commissioner, New Delhi Rs- 22400-525- 24500
Agriculture Production Commissioner Rs- 22400-525-24500
Member, Board of Revenue Rs- 22400-525-24500
Divisional Commissioners Rs- 18400-500-22400
Secretary to Government Rs- 18400-500-22400
Secretary to Governor Rs- 18400-500-22400
Secretary to Chief Minister Rs- 18400-500-22400
Sales Tax Commissioner Rs- 18400-500-22400
Commissioner Rural Development Rs- 18400-500-22400
Transport Commissioner Rs- 18400-500-22400
Registrar, Co-operative Societies Rs- 18400-500-22400
Director, Administrative Training Institute Rs- 18400-500-22400
Director of Industries Rs- 18400-500-22400
Excise Commissioner Rs- 18400-500-22400
Director, Handlooms Rs- 18400-500-22400
Cane Commissioner Rs- 18400-500-22400
Secretary, Board of Revenue Rs- 18400-500-22400
Inspector General Prisons Rs- 18400-500-22400
Director, Tourism Rs- 18400-500-22400
Labour Commissioner Rs- 18400-500-22400
Chairman Administrative Tribunal-II Rs- 18400-500-22400
Member (Judicial), Board of Revenue Rs- 18400-500-22400
Food, Commissioner Rs- 18400-500-22400
Inspector General of Registration Rs- 18400-500-22400
Consolidation Commissioner Rs- 18400-500-22400

Pay Of Indian Administrative Service Officers

Year of Service Basic Pay from April 1,1960 Year of Service Basic pay from Jan 1,1973 Year of Service Basic Pay from Jan 1, 1986 Year of Service Basic Pay as on Jan.1,1996
Junior Senior Junior Senior Junior Senior Junior Senior
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
1st 400 900 1st 700 1200 1st 2200 3200 1st 8000 10650
2nd 400 900 2nd 740 1200 2nd 2275 3200 2nd 8275 10975
3rd 500 900 3rd 780 1200 3rd 2350 3200 3rd 8550 11300
4th 540 900 4th 820 1200 4th 2425 3200 4th 8825 11625
5th 580 900 5th 860 1200 5th 2500 3300 5th 9100 11950
6th 620 900 6th 900 1200 6th 2575 3400 6th 9375 12275
7th 660 950 efficiency bar 7th 2650 3500 7th 9650 12600
8th 700 1000 7th 940 1250 8th 2725 3600 8th 9925 12925
efficiency bar 8th 980 1300 2800 3700
9th 730 1060 9th 1020 1360 9th efficiency bar 9th 10200 13250
10th 760 1120 10th 1060 1420 10th 2900 3825 10th 10475 13575
11th 790 1180 11th 1100 1480 11th 3000 3950 11th 10750 13900
12th 820 1240 12th 1150 1540 12th 3100 4075 12th 11025 14225
13th 850 1300 13th 1200 1600 13th 3200 4200 13th 11300 14550
efficiency bar
14th 880 1360 14th 1250 1660 14th 3300 4325 14th 11575 14875
15th 910 1420 15th 1300 1720 15th 3400 4450 15th 11850 15200
16th 940 1480 16th 1300 1780 16th 3500 4575 16th 12125 15525
17th 970 1540 17th 1300 1840 17th 3600 4700 17th 12400 15850
18th 1000 1600 18th 1300 1900 18th 3700 * 18th 12675
19th * 1650 19th * * 19th 3800 * 19th 12950
20th * 1700 and over 1300 2000 20th 3900 * 20th 13225
21st * 1750 21st 4000 * 21st 13500
22nd * 1800
Jr. Administrative Grade Selection Grade
(Non-functional)
(On completing 9 years of 1.1.86 1.1.96 1.1.86 1.1.96 service)
1st Year of service 3950 12750 4800 15100
2nd Year of service 4075 13125 4950 15500
3rd Year of service 4200 13500 5100 15900
4th Year of service 4352 13875 5250 16300
5th Year of service 4450 14250 5400 16700
6th Year of service 4575 14652 5550 17100
7th Year of service 4700 15000 5700 17500
8th Year of service 4850 15375 17900
9th Year of service 5000 15750 18300
10th Year of service 16125
11th Year of service 16500

Post Carrying Special Pay

Sl. Post Scale of pay Special Pay per mensem.w.e.f.1.1.86 Remarks
1. 2 3 4 5
1. Special Secretary to Government Senior Times-Scale 500/-
2. Secretary Public Service Commission Ditto 500/-
3. Relief Commission-cum-Special/Joint Secretary to Government Ditto 500/450
4. Special Officer to Agriculture Production Commissioner and Ex-offcio, Special/Joint Secretary to Government Ditto 500/450
5. Director ,Planning, Research and Action Division and Director, Evaluation and Training Division -cum-Special/Joint Secretary to Government Ditto 500/450
6. Director Information and Special/Joint Secretary Ditto 500/450
7. Joint Secretary to Government Ditto 450/-
8. Additional/Joint Director, National Savings-cum-Special/Joint Secretary to Government Ditto 500/450
9. Additional/Deputy Commissioner Food and Civil Supplies-cum-Special/Joint Secretary to Government Ditto 500/450
10. Director, Bureau of Public Enterprises-cum-Special/Joint Secretary to Government Ditto 500/450
11. Director, Panchayat Ditto 400/-
12. Director, Training and Employment Ditto 400/-
13. Director, Social Welfare Ditto 400/-
14. Magistrate and Collector, Lucknow & Kanpur City Ditto 400/- Rs 75 Compensatory Allowance
15. Magistrate and Collector, Agra, Allahabad, Bareilly, Gorakhpur, Meerut, Varanasi, Moradabad, and Aligarh Ditto 400/- Rs 75
16. Magistrate and Collector, Faizabad, Azamgarh, Saharanpur, Jhansi, Etah, Etawah, Mainpuri, Farrukhabad and Mau Ditto Senior Times-Scale Rs150 Compensatory Allowance
17. Director, Local Bodies Ditto 400/-
18. Director, Urban Land Ceiling Ditto 400/-
19. Administrator Command Area Development (In Senior/Selection Grade) Ditto 400/-
20. Director, Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes-cum-Additional Director, Social Welfare Ditto 400/-
21. Staff Officer to Chief Secretary-cum- Joint Secy to Govt and Director, Revenue Intelligence Ditto 500/450
22. Entertainment Tax Commissioner Ditto 400/-
23. Director (Admn) Medical, Health & Family Welfare Ditto 400/-
24. Additional/Joint Director of Industries Ditto 300/-
25. Additional/Joint Labour Commissioner Ditto 300/-
26. Additional Registrar, Co-operative Societies Ditto 300/-
27. Additional/ Joint Sales Tax Commissioner Ditto 300/-
28. Joint/ Deputy Land Reforms Commissioner Ditto 300/-
29. Deputy Land Reforms Commissioner Ditto 300/-
30. Additional/ Joint Director, Consolidation Senior Times-Scale 300/-
31. Regional Food Controller Ditto 300/-
32. Joint/ Deputy Project Administrator, Area Development Ditto 300/-
Note: Provided that pay plus special pay in the JAG/Senior Scale shall not exceed the maximum of the pay scale and pay in the Selection Grade plus Special pay shall not exceed Rs. 18,750/-p.m.
33. Sub Divisional Officer, Karvi Junior I.A.S Scale/Grade 200/-
34. Sub Divisional Officer, Maboba Ditto 150/-
35. Sub Divisional Officer and Sub-Divisional Magistrate, Ditto 150/-
36. Sub Divisional Officer and Sub-Divisional Magistrate, Padrauna at Kasia Ditto 150/-*
37. All S.D.O/S.D.M. with Tehsil Head Quarters only Sadar Ditto 150/-*

* Vide G.O No 1700/11/3-19/3(40)/84, dated 28.9.85 and G.O No 8050/11-1-19/1(22) 87, dated 1.6.91 Subject to the condition that the Officers should not reside at district Head Quarter in an allotted Govt.

issue.
Vide Revenue-6 Go No 137/3/85-208/Rev. 6 dated 24.8.91.

O.M. No. 4813/ II.1-78, dated 6-3-78

There is apromotionquotaof 33-1/4 percent in the senior scale of the I.A.S. to which officers from the State Civil Service are appointed.

(Promotion policy document to add from manual)

2.2 Designation of Departmental Heads

Heads of various departments in the Secretariat holding I.A.S. Cadre posts of ‘Commissioner and Secretary’ should, in accordance with Rules of Business and Secretariat Instructions, be addressed as “Secretary”inallofficialcorrespondence. Similarly I.A.S. officers holding other posts of Heads of Departments in field jobs in Commissioners' rank should also be addressed accordingly.

  • Number of Departments at Government level
  • Number of Commissioners
  • Number of Head of Department

O.M. No. 5970/ II.1-78, dated 7-7-78

2.3 Commissioners to sanction earned leave to D.Ms. up to 30 days

Commissioners of Divisions may sanction earned leave to District Magistrates up to 30 days and make local arrangement form the senior most officer / A.D.M. as Acting District Magistrate under section 20 (3) of Criminal Procedure Code. No formal notification for such arrangements would be necessary from Government.

2.4 I.A.S. Officers not to exercise political pressure in service matters

Government would take adverse view if officers exercise political pressure in service matters. Those found violating this rule for the first time would be warned and if they would default for the second time, a written warning would be issued and kept in their character roll. If the default is still continued disciplinary action under All India Services ( Discipline and Appeal) Rules would be taken.

O.M. No. 6702/II-1-19/39/67 dated 2/12/77

2.5 Calling of District Magistrates to State Headquarters

When Distract Magistrates are required to called by Secretariat Departments or important meetings or consultations, meetings or consultations, at the State Headquarters, orders of Departmental Secretary should inv ariably be obtained by the concerned department and Commissioner concerned should also be formed.

O.M. No. 2690/II-1-19/39/67 dated 7-5-57

2.6 Visits of Commissioners to State Headquarters

Government permission for official visits of Commissioners to State Headquarters is not necessary but they should meet the Chief Secretary and Chairman, Board of Revenue for consultation during such visits.

2.7 Change of name by I.A.S. Officers

For this purpose officers are required to executed a deed prescribed by the Government of India followed by publication of the proposed change in a prominent local newspaper as well as the Gazette of India at the Officer’s own expense. Formal orders to this effect are issued by the Government of India after satisfactory evident of identity and execution of the document is furnished to them through the State Government.

2.8 Stay over/stop over in Foreign Countries after training

When the training period is for 3 months or under, the trainee get a stop over/stay over up to one week. When the training period is for more than 3 months but less than six months, the stop over/stay over may be for two weeks. Cost of stay over/stop overhas to be borne by the trainees themselves and no foreign exchange is released for this purpose.

2.9 Confidential Reports

Annual Confidential reports of I.A.S. officers are processedin accordance with the provisions contained in I.A.S.( Confidential Rolls) Rules, 1970.Thereports, which are prepared on the program (in triplicate) in English, are initiated by the Reporting Authority and reviewed / accepted by Reviewing /Accepting Authority. The Reporting / Reviewing /Accepting Authority in respect of each post has been prescribed by the State Government.

In case the annual confidential reports contain adverse remarks, the same are communicated to the officer concerned and the officer can submit his representation against those remarks to the State Government within a period of three months from the date of receipt of the said communication. The decision of the State Government on the representation is also conveyed to the officer concerned, ,if he is not satisfied with the said order, can submit a memorial to the President within a period of three years from the date of passing of such order.

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