MP IAS-IPS : By the year 2022, Madhya Pradesh can once again give 28 new IPS and IAS officers. Madhya Pradesh General Administration and Home Department have sent proposals for the names of selected officers to the Union Public Service Commission. For this, a meeting of the Departmental Promotion Committee (DPC) is proposed in December. As soon as the names are decided, these officers will be promoted.
In fact, the meeting of the Departmental Promotion Committee for promotion from State Administrative Service to IAS and State Police Service to IPS cadre is going to be held in December. Chief Secretary, Director General of Police, Additional Chief Secretary Home and other senior officers will participate in it. For this, the General Administration has sent a proposal of 3 names and the Home Department has sent a list of about 30 names to the Union Public Service Commission.
The Home Department has sent a proposal of 30 names for the promotion of 10 state police service officers. The names of three officers have been proposed for one post by the General Administration Department. In this, the names of officers of 1994, 1995, 2002, 2006 and 2007 batches will be considered on the basis of service records. The names of Vivek Singh, Pankaj Sharma, Sunil Dubey, Kailash Bundela and Surendra Kathuria are likely to be dropped due to the probe. Departmental promotion meeting is to be held in December where names will be decided.
Crisis on these officers becoming IPS
Due to the gap in the IPS Cadre Review from the Center, about 55 officers of State Police Service (SPS) of 1998 and 2000 batch may be in danger of becoming Indian Police Service (IPS) in 5 years. Among them Malay Jain of 1998 batch, Amit Saxena , Sandeep Mishra, Samar Verma, Satendra Singh Tomar, Anjana Tiwari, Anil Patidar, Dinesh Kaushal, Rupesh Sharma, Ramdas Prajapati, Mukesh Vaish, Jitendra Singh Dhanos, Shashikant Shukla and the names of Yogeshwar Sharma, Vinay Prakash Paul of the year 2000 batch. Can These officers will have to retire from the post of ASP only. Since the age limit for the IPS award has been fixed at 56 years, the next review will be in 2027.