Job Profile of Examiner

Job Profile of Examiner
He is posted in the pay band 9,300-34,800 with grade pay of RS 4,600.
If posted in Headquarter—-Clerical/File work
If posted in the field—-Executive work e.g. to examine the goods imported or to be exported through ships, and assessing duty on that
This is not a uniform post. 
1. Appraiser (Group-B Gazetted)
2. Assistant Commissioner 
3. Deputy Commissioner
4. Joint Commissioner
5. Addl. Commissioner
6. Commissioner
The best among all posts of CGL promotion-wise. There is a qualifying period of 3 years for the promotion to the post of Appraiser; means he can’t be promoted to that post before completion of three years service as Examiner. 
There is a departmental exam for confirmation; without passing in that he can’t be made confirmed; nor he can be promoted to the next post. Promotion period differs from zone to zone since there is zonal seniority. This post is considered to be the best among all CGLE posts. One of the main reasons is faster promotions as compared to the other posts of CGLE.
In Chennai zone the promotion to appraiser is fastest as of now, normally 3 and a half years. In Mumbai it’s almost 5 years. 
Examiner posts lies in 6 zones, namely Kolkata, Kochin, Chennai, Vishakhapatnam, Mumbai and Goa. There is an illusion that Gujrat is part of an examiner zone, it’s not the case but. however an Examiner may be at other places other than the ones falling under a zone meant for Examiner also, but an Excise Inspector is deputed there generally or an Examiner is sent there on deputation.
Note: Being Group-B service, the age relaxation for UR central govt employees servicing for 3 years continuously is 5 years for this post. For reserved categories add to it the usual age relaxation available to them.
Courtesy of SANTOSH ANAND BHAAI SAHAB (Preventive Officer)

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