The Centre’s recent changes in its appointment rules to equate Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) members with central government secretaries and not Supreme Court judges, as was the norm earlier, has sparked a debate with bureaucrats complaining that the positions have been downgraded.

Top government sources, however, said the intent was only to bring parity in statutory organisations because only a select few of them have members equivalent to judges, and also to protect the sanctity of the status of Supreme Court judges.

The government plans to bring in similar changes in other institutions such as Central Information Commission and Central Administrative Tribunal as it believes the members cannot be treated at par with Supreme Court…

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