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Dr Jitendra Singh releases e-Civil
Dr Jitendra Singh releases e-Civil List-2019 0f the IAS Officers

NEW DELHI. The Union Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Development of North Eastern Region (DoNER), MoS PMO, Personnel, Public Grievances, Pensions, Atomic Energy and Space, Dr Jitendra Singh launched the e-Civil List-2019 of the IAS Officers, here today. This is the 64th edition of Civil list and for the first time, the Civil list contains photographs of the IAS officers.

The IAS Civil list contains vital information in respect of officers in respect of their batch, cadre, present posting, pay scale, qualification and superannuation with their overall cadre strength with search features. The Civil list has been linked with the ER sheets. The List has been designed through DoPT, which gives multiple search options to the users. The Department of Personnel and Training is the cadre controlling authority of IAS officers and the Civil List is prepared with the help of inputs received from the States Cadres. The e-IAS Civil list is also available on the website of the Ministry at under the link

While congratulating the DoPT for this initiative, Dr Jitendra Singh said that this is an important step keeping in mind the Prime Minister’s priority to move towards digital functioning in the Government. This is also in line with citizen-centricity in working as it provides the information related to IAS officers in public domain which is accessible to the users from anywhere. The Minister added that other departments and ministries should also be encouraged to adopt this practice. Dr Singh emphasized that the State Governments should emulate this model to have a complete and systematic information about their respective state civil services officers.
(updated on july 29h, 2019)