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Reservation Registers and Roster Registers prescribed by Department of Personnel & Trg., Govt of India

RESERVATION REGISTERS AND ROSTER REGISTERS PRESCRIBED BY DEPARTMENT OF PERSONNEL & TRG., GOVT OF INDIA

Chapters 2 and 5 of the Brochure on Reservation for SCs, STs and OBCs in Services
(Published by Deptt. of Personnel and Training, Govt. of India)

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Oct 01, 2011: Dtf.in : Updated on Oct 07, 2011

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The Department of Personnel and Training, Government of India have published a new Brochure on Reservation for SCs, STs and OBCs in Services – Part I. The instructions, contained in Chapters 2 and 5 of the Brochure (Part-I), are briefly given below.

CHAPTER 2: SCOPE OF RESERVATION

This chapter prescribes the scope of reservation in the services. The instructions under this chapter are briefly given below:-

PARAS 2.1 AND 2.2

 

The quantum of reservation prescribed for SCs, STs and OBCs in direct recruitment is tabulated below:-

Quantum of Reservation in Direct Recruitment

Direct recruitment on all-India basis

Scheduled
Castes

Scheduled Tribes

OBCs

(a) By open competition (i.e., through the UPSC or by means of open competitive test held by any other authority)

15 %

7 ½ %

27 %

(b) Otherwise than at (a) above

16.66 %

7 ½ %

25.84 %

PARA 2.3

 

Except in Delhi, reservation for the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes in case of direct recruitment to Group C and Group D posts normally attracting candidates from a locality or a region is generally fixed on the basis of proportion of their population in the respective States/UTs. Reservation for Other Backward Classes in such cases is fixed keeping in view the proportion of their population in the respective States/UTs subject to a limit of 27% and total reservation for SCs, STs and OBCs should not exceed 50%. Quantum of reservation fixed for SCs, STs and OBCs in such cases is indicated below:

Sl. No.

Name of the State/UT

Scheduled Castes (%age)

Scheduled Tribes (%age)

Other Backward Classes (%age)

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

01

Andhra Pradesh

16

7

27

02

Arunachal Pradesh

1

45

0

03

Assam

7

12

27

04

Bihar

16

1

27

05

Chhattisgarh

12

32

6

06

Goa

2

12

18

07

Gujarat

7

15

27

08

Haryana

19

0

27

09

Himachal Pradesh

25

4

20

10

Jammu & Kashmir

8

11

27

11

Jharkhand

12

26

12

12

Karnataka

16

7

27

13

Kerala

10

1

27

14

Madhya Pradesh

15

20

15

15

Maharashtra

10

9

27

16

Manipur

3

34

13

17

Meghalaya

1

44

5

18

Mizoram

0

45

5

19

Nagaland

0

45

0

20

Orissa

16

22

12

21

Punjab

29

0

21

22

Rajasthan

17

13

20

23

Sikkim

5

21

24

24

Tamil Nadu

19

1

27

25

Tripura

17

31

2

26

Uttaranchal

18

3

13

27

Uttar Pradesh

21

1

27

28

West Bengal

23

5

22

29

Andaman & Nicobar Islands

0

8

27

30

Chandigarh

18

0

27

31

Dadra & Nagar Haveli

2

43

5

32

Daman & Diu

3

9

27

33

Delhi

15

7.5

27

34

Lakshadweep

0

45

0

35

Pondicherry

16

0

27

PARA 2.4

 

Where recruitment is made for zones or circles or regions consisting of more than one State, the percentages of reservation for SCs and STs is generally fixed on the basis of the proportion of SCs and STs in the respective zones/circles/regions and reservation for OBCs is fixed keeping in view their proportion in the population of the respective zones/circles/regions subject to a limit of 27% and total reservation for SCs, STs and OBCs should not exceed 50%. An illustration in this regard is given under this para in the Brochure.

Note 1: The expression ‘by open competition’ means all recruitments by Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) whether through written examination or by interview or by both; and recruitments made by other authorities including Staff Selection Commission or any other appointing authority through written competitive examination or tests (but not by interview alone). Any recruitment not made by the UPSC or not made through written competitive test held by any other authority would mean direct recruitment otherwise than by open competition.

 

Note 2: In case of recruitment on local/regional/zonal/circle basis, SC/ST/OBC candidates not belonging to the concerned locality/region/ State/zone/circle shall also be eligible to get the benefit of reservation.

PARA 2.5

The members of the Other Backward Classes who fall in creamy layer shall not get the benefit of reservation. Criterion for determining creamy layer status amongst Other Backward Classes is given in the Annexure to this Chapter.

PARAS 2.6 AND 2.7

The quantum of reservation prescribed for SCs, STs and OBCs in promotion, prescribed in paras 2.6 and 2.7, is tabulated below:-

Quantum of Reservation in Promotion

(a) Through limited departmental competitive examination, in Groups B, C and D, in grades or services in which the element of direct recruitment, if any, does not exceed 75%

15 %

7½ %

(b) By selection from Group B to a Group A post or in Group B, Group C and Group D posts, in grades or services in which the element of direct recruitment, if any, does not exceed 75%

15 %

7½ %

(c) By non-selection in Group A post, Group B, Group C and Group D posts in grades or services in which the element of direct recruitment, if any, does not exceed 75%. . . . .

15 %

7½ %

However, reservation in promotion is not given in the grades in which the element of direct recruitment, if any, exceeds 75 per cent.

Reservation in Scientific and Technical Posts

PARAS 2.8 TO 2.11

Reservation for Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes and Other Backward Classes apply to appointments made to “scientific and technical” posts upto and including the lowest grade of Group A in the respective services.

Such ‘scientific and technical posts which satisfy all the conditions can be exempted from the purview of the reservation orders by the Ministries/Departments. For further details, paras 2.8 to 2.11 may be referred to.

PARAS 2.12 TO 2.16

The above paras contain instructions regarding reservation in posts of industrial workers, work-charged posts, appointments to daily rated staff, appointments of casual workers to regular posts and ad hoc promotions.

Reservation in case of a Single Vacancy

PARA 2.17

In cases where only one vacancy occurs in the initial recruitment year and it, according to the scheme of reservation, is reserved for Scheduled Castes or Scheduled Tribes or OBCs, it should be treated as unreserved and filled accordingly and the reservation should be carried forward to subsequent recruitment year. In the subsequent recruitment year, even if there is only one vacancy, it should be treated as “reserved” against the carried forward reservation from the initial recruitment year, and a Scheduled Caste/ Scheduled Tribe/OBC candidate, if available, should be appointed in that vacancy, although it may happen to be the only vacancy in that recruitment year. This provision applies to direct recruitment as well as promotion. When the vacancy is treated as reserved, it shall be filled up as per the procedure prescribed for filling up of reserved vacancies.

Reservation in PSUs, Autonomous Bodies etc

PARA 2.18

Instructions contained in this Compendium relate to reservation for Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes and Other Backward Classes in posts/services under the Government of India. The Public Sector Undertakings, Statutory and Semi-Government Bodies, Autonomous Bodies/Institutions including Municipal Corporations, Cooperative Institutions, Universities etc. under the control of the Government, may make reservation for Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes and Other Backward Classes in their services on the lines of the reservations in services under Government. The Department of Public Enterprises, Ministry of Heavy Industries and Public Enterprises may arrange for issue of suitable directives to the various public sector undertakings, through the administrative Ministries concerned for making reservations for Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes and Other Backward Classes in their services. The Ministries/Departments should take suitable action to provide for reservations for Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes and Other Backward Classes in the services of the autonomous bodies/institutions which are receiving grants-in-aid from the Government of India by making suitable provision in the relevant statutes or in the Articles of Association of the respective bodies.

PARA 2.22

 

Reservations do not apply to:

(i) Temporary appointments of less than 45 days duration;

(ii) Work-charged posts which are required for emergencies like flood relief work, accident restoration and relief etc.

(iii) Promotions by selection method from a Group ‘A’ post to another Group ‘A’ post.

(iv) Appointments to Scientific and Technical posts which are above the lowest rung of Group ‘A’.

(v) Deputation/Absorption

(vi) Single post cadres

Annexure to Chapter- 2

CRITERION FOR DETERMINING CREAMY LAYER

Category

Description of Category

Who will fall in Creamy Layer

1

2

3

I

CONSTITUTIONAL POSTS

Son(s) and daughter(s) of

(a) President of India;

(b) Vice President of India;

(c) Judges of the Supreme Court and of the High Courts;

(d) Chairman & Members of UPSC and of the State Public Service Commission; Chief Election Commissioner; Comptroller & Auditor General of India;

(e) Persons holding Constitutional positions of like nature.

II

SERVICE CATEGORY

A. Group A / Class I officers of the All India Central and State Services

(Direct Recruits)

Sons(s) and daughter(s) of

(a) parents, both of whom are Class I officers;

(b) parents, either of whom is a Class I officer;

(c) parents, both of whom are Class I officers,

but one of them dies or suffers permanent incapacitation.

(d) Parents, either of whom is a Class I officers and such parent dies or suffers permanent incapacitation and before such death or such incapacitation has had the benefit of employment in any International Organisation like UN. IMF, World Bank, etc. for a period of not less than 5 years.

(e) Parents, both of whom are Class I officers die or suffer permanent incapacitation and before such death or such incapacitation of the both, either of them has had the benefit of employment in any International Organisation like UN, IMF, World Bank, etc. for a period of not less than 5 years.

Provided that the rule of exclusion shall not apply in the following cases:

(a) Sons and daughters of parents either of whom or both of whom are Class I officers and such parent(s) dies / die or suffer permanent incapacitation.

(b) A lady belonging to OBC category has got married to a Class I officer, and may herself like to apply for a job.

 

B Group B/Class II officers of the Central & State Services (Direct Recruitment)

Son(s) and daughter(s) of

(a) Parents, both of whom are Class II officers.

(b) parents of whom only the husband is a Class II officers and he gets into Class I at the age of 40 or earlier.

(c) Parents, both of whom are Class II officers and one of them dies or suffers permanent incapacitation and either one of them has had the benefit of employment in any International Organisation like UN, IMF, World Bank, etc. for a period of not less than 5 years before such death or permanent incapacitation;

(d) Parents of whom the husband is a Class I officer (direct recruit or pre-forty promoted) and the wife is a Class II officers and the wife dies; or suffers permanent incapacitation; and

(e) Parents, of whom the wife is a Class I officer (Direct Recruit or pre-forty promoted) and the husband is a Class II officer and the husband dies or suffers permanent incapacitation

Provided that the rule of exclusion shall not apply in the following cases:

Sons and daughters of

(a) Parents both of whom are Class II officers and one of them dies or suffers permanent incapacitation.

(b) Parents, both of whom are Class II officers and both of them die or suffer permanent incapacitation, even though either of them has had the benefit of employment in any International Organisation like UN, IMF, World Bank, etc. for a period of not less than 5 years before their death or permanent incapacitation.

 

C. Employees in Public Sector Undertakings, etc.

The criteria enumerated in A&B above in this Category will apply mutatis mutandis to officers holding equivalent or comparable posts in PSUs, Banks, Insurance Organisations, Universities, etc. and also to equivalent or comparable posts and positions under private employment, pending the evaluation of the posts on equivalent or comparable basis in these institutions, the criteria specified in Category VI below will apply to the officers in these Institutions.

III

ARMED FORCES INCLUDING PARAMILITARY FORCES

(Persons holding civil posts are not included)

Son(s) and daughter(s) of parents either or both of whom is or are in the rank of Colonel and above in the Army and to equivalent posts in the Navy and the Air Force and the Para Military Forces;

Provided that :-

(i) If the wife of an Armed Forces Officers is herself in the Armed Forces (i.e., the category under consideration) the rule of exclusion will apply only when she herself has reached the rank of Colonel;

(ii) The service ranks below Colonel of husband and wife shall not be clubbed together;

(iii) If the wife of an officer in the Armed Forces is in civil employment, this will not be taken into account for applying the rule of exclusion unless she falls in the service category under item No.11 in which case the criteria and conditions enumerated therein will apply to her independently.

IV

PROFESSIONAL CLASS AND THOSE ENGAGED IN TRADE AND INDUSTRY

(I) Persons, engaged in profession as a ‘doctor, lawyer, chartered accountant, Income Tax consultant, financial or management consultant, dental surgeon, engineer, architect, computer specialist, film artists and other film professional, author, playwright, sports person, sports professional, media professional or any other vocations of like status.

(II) Persons engaged in trade, business

and industry.

Criteria specified against Category VI will apply:-

Criteria specified against Category VI will apply:

Explanation:

(i) Where the husband is in some profession and the wife is in Class II or lower grade employment, the income / wealth test will apply only on the basis of the husband’s income.

(ii) If the wife is in any profession and the husband is in employment in a Class II or lower rank post, then the income / wealth criterion will apply only on the basis of the wife’s income and the husband’s income will not be clubbed with it.

V.

PROPERTY OWNERS

A. Agricultural holdings

Son(s) and daughter(s) of persons belonging to a family (father, mother and minor children) which owns

(a) Only irrigated land which is equal to or more than 85% of the statutory area, or

(b) Both irrigated and unirrigated land, as follows:-

(i) The rule of exclusion will apply where the pre-condition exists that the irrigated area (having been brought to a single type under a common denominator) 40% or more of the statutory ceiling limit for irrigated land (this being calculated by excluding the unirrigated portion). If this pre condition of not less than 40% exists, then only the area of unirrigated land will be taken into account. This will be done by converting the unirrigated land on the basis of the conversion formula existing, into the irrigated type. The irrigated area so computed from unirrigated land shall be added to the actual area of irrigated land and if after such clubbing together the total area in terms of irrigated land is 80% or more of the statutory ceiling limit for irrigated land, then the rule of exclusion will apply and disentitlement will occur.

(iii) The rule of exclusion will not apply if the land holding of a family is exclusively unirrigated.

 

B. Plantations

(i) Coffee, tea, rubber, etc.

(ii) Mango, citrus, apply plantations etc.

Criteria of income / wealth specified in Category VI below will apply.

Deemed as agricultural holding and hence criteria at A above under this Category will apply.

 

C. Vacant land and / or buildings in urban areas or urban agglomerations

Criteria specified in Category VI below will apply.

Explanation: Building may be used for residential, industrial or commercial purpose and the like two or more such purposes.

VI

INCOME/WEALTH TEST

Son(s) and daughter(s) of

(a) Persons having gross annual income of Rs.4.5 lakh or above or possessing wealth above the exemption limit as prescribed in the Wealth Tax Act for a period of three consecutive years.

(b) Persons in Categories I, II, III and V A who are not disentitled to the benefit of reservation but have income from other sources of wealth which will bring them within the income / wealth criteria mentioned in (a) above.

Explanation:

(i) Income from salaries or agricultural land shall not be clubbed;

(ii) The income criteria in terms of rupee will be modified taking into account the change in its value

every three years. If the situation, however, so demands, the interregnum may be less.

Explanation: Wherever the expression “permanent incapacitation” occurs in this statement, it shall mean incapacitation which results in putting an officer out of service.

Note l: Sons and daughters of:

(a) parents either of whom or both of whom are directly recruited Class I/Group A officers and such parent(s) dies/die or suffers/suffer permanent incapacitation while in service;

(b) parents both of whom are directly recruited Class II/Group B officers and one of them dies or suffers permanent incapacitation while in service; and

(c) parents both of whom are directly recruited Class II/Group B officers and both of them die or suffer permanent incapacitation while in service, even though either of them has had the benefit of employment in any International Organization like UN, IMF, World Bank, etc. for a period of not less than 5 years before their death or permanent incapacitation

shall not be treated to be falling in creamy layer. But if the parent(s) dies/die or suffers/suffer permanent incapacitation in such cases after retirement from service, his/their sons and daughters would be treated to be falling in creamy layer and would not get the benefit of reservation.

Note 2: Sons and daughters of parents who are included in the creamy layer on the basis of service status of their parents shall continue to be treated in creamy layer even if their parents have retired or have died after retirement.

Note 3: Sons and daughters of parents of whom only the husband is a directly recruited Class II/Group B officer who gets into Class I/Group A at the age of 40 or earlier are treated to be in creamy layer. If the father is directly recruited Class Ill/Group C or Class IV/Group D employee and he gets into Class I/Group A at the age of 40 or earlier, his sons and daughters shall not be treated to be falling in creamy layer.

Note 4: The creamy layer status of a candidate is determined on the basis of the status of his parents and not on the basis of his own status or income or on the basis of status or income of his/her spouse. Therefore, while determining the creamy layer status of a person the status or the income of the candidate himself or of his/her spouse shall not be taken into account.

Note 5: The creamy layer status of sons and daughters of persons employed in organizations where equivalence or comparability of posts vis-a-vis posts in Government has not been evaluated is determined as follows:

“Income of the parents from the salaries and from the other sources [other than salaries and agricultural land] is determined separately. If either the income of the parents from the salaries or the income of the parents from other sources [other than salaries and agricultural land] exceeds the limit of Rs.4.5 lakh per annum for a period of three consecutive years, the sons and daughters of such persons shall be treated to fall in creamy layer. But the sons and daughters of parents whose income from salaries is less than Rs.4.5 lakh per annum and income from other sources is also less than Rs.4.5 lakh per annum will not be treated as falling in creamy layer even if the sum of the income from salaries and the income from the other sources is more than Rs.4.5 lakh per annum for a period of three consecutive years. It may be noted that income from agricultural land is not taken into account while applying the Test.”

Note 6: While applying the Income/Wealth Test to determine creamy layer status of any candidate as given in Category-VI, income from the salaries and income from the agricultural land shall not be taken into account. It means that if income from salaries of the parents of any candidate is more than Rs. 4.5 lakh per annum, income from agricultural land is more than Rs.4.5 lakh per annum, but income from sources other than salaries and agriculture is less than Rs.4.5 lakh per annum, the candidate shall not be treated to be falling in creamy layer on the basis of Income/Wealth Test provided his parent(s) do not possess wealth above the exemption limit as prescribed in the Wealth Tax Act for a period of three consecutive years.

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CHAPTER – 5: RESERVATION REGISTERS AND ROSTER REGISTERS

This chapter contains instructions for preparing and operating new Reservation Rosters and Roster Registers. These Reservation Rosters and Roster Registers are required to be prepared afresh, in place of the old Reservation Rosters. The instructions under this chapter are reproduced below:-

“RESERVATION REGISTERS AND ROSTER REGISTERS

5.1 In case of cadres having more than 13 posts, all appointing authorities should maintain reservation registers in the format given in Annexure-I.

5.2 Reservation roster registers will be maintained in format given in the Annexure-II for cadres having less than 14 posts.

5.3 Following principles shall be followed for preparation and maintenance of reservation registers and reservation roster registers:

(a) Separate registers/ roster registers shall be maintained for appointments made by direct recruitment and promotion. In case of promotion, separate registers / roster registers shall be maintained for each mode of promotion viz. limited competitive examination, selection, non-selection, etc.

(b) A common register / roster register shall be maintained for permanent appointments and temporary appointments likely to become permanent or to continue indefinitely.

(c) A separate register / roster register shall be maintained for purely temporary appointments of 45 days or more but which have no chance whatever of becoming permanent or continuing indefinitely.

(d) Immediately after an appointment is made, the particulars of the person appointed shall be entered in the register / roster register in the appropriate columns and the entry signed by the appointing authority or by an officer authorized to do so.

(e) No gap shall be left in completing the register / roster register.

(f) The register / roster register shall be maintained in the form of a running account year after year. For example if recruitment in a year stops at point 6, recruitment in the following year shall begin from point 7.

(g) If reservation register becomes unwieldy or difficult to manage, a fresh register may be started by applying the method of initial preparation of registers.

(h) In case of cadres where reservation is given by rotation, fresh cycle of roster shall be started after completion of all the points in the roster.

(i) Since reservation does not apply to deputation/absorption, where the recruitment rules prescribe a percentage of posts to be filled by these methods, such posts shall be excluded for determining reservations.

(l) After every recruitment year, an account shall be noted in the reservation register indicating representation of Scheduled Castes/Scheduled Tribes/Other Backward Classes and details of backlog reserved vacancies etc.

Note: Reservation registers / roster registers are only an aid to ensure that Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes and Other Backward Classes get quota reserved for them. These registers/roster registers do not determine seniority.

Grouping of Posts

5.4 In the case of posts filled by direct recruitment, small cadres may be grouped with posts in the same group for the purpose of reservation orders taking into account the status, salary and qualifications prescribed for the posts in question.

5.5 The posts of Sweepers should not be grouped for the purpose of reservation, with other categories of Group D posts, even though the number of posts of Sweepers may not be large in an office /establishment.

5.6 Proposals for grouping of posts should be referred to the Department of Personnel & Training for prior approval together with full particulars of the posts proposed to be grouped together in the following respect:

(i) Designation and number of each post.

(ii) Group to which the posts belong i.e. Group A, Group B, Group C or Group D.

(iii) Scale of pay of each post.

(iii) Method of recruitment for each post as provided in the recruitment rules.

(iv) Minimum qualifications prescribed for direct recruitment to each post.

5.7 While reservations would be made according to the groups as provided above, the total reservation in any of the posts/services so grouped should not exceed 50 per cent of the vacancies to be filled in it i.e. in the particular post/service, in a recruitment year. The total reservation for SCs, STs and OBCs in any post or service should also not exceed 50 percent of the total number of posts in the particular post/service.

Initial Preparation of Reservation Register / Roster

5.8 In order to prepare the reservation register initially, names of all the candidates holding the post as on the date of starting the reservation register may be entered in the register starting with the earliest appointee who was in the cadre as on the date of start of register. If an appointee in the cadre is a Scheduled Caste candidate, SC may be entered in column 4 of the register against his name. If that candidate was appointed by reservation, SC may be written in column 5 also but if he was appointed on his own merit, UR will be written in column 5. If the next appointee is a general category candidate, general shall be written in column 4 against his name and UR in column 5, and so on till all the appointments are adjusted. After making entries as indicated above, details about the number of SC, ST and OBC candidates appointed by reservation, backlog reserved vacancies, if any, may be indicated in ‘Remarks’ column.

5.9 After initial preparation of the register, the names of persons appointed thereafter may be added by filling up the columns as stated above.

5.10 Roster registers shall be maintained for cadres with 2 to 13 posts. For preparing roster, names of all the incumbents in the cadre as on 2.7.1997 may be entered in the register starting from the earliest appointee. If an appointee in the cadre is a Scheduled Caste candidate, SC may be entered in column 5 of the register against his name. If that candidate was appointed by reservation, SC may be written in column 6 also but if he was appointed on his own merit, UR will be written in column 6. If the next appointee is a general category candidate, general shall be written in column 5 against his name and UR in column 6, and so on till all appointments are adjusted. In doing so, a general category candidate may appear on a reserved point and an SC/ST/OBC candidate may appear against an unreserved point. If name of an SC/ST/OBC candidate appointed by reservation is entered against a general point, entries may be made in remarks column against that point and also against nearest point reserved for SCs/STs/OBCs, as the case may be, to the effect that such a candidate is to be treated to have been adjusted against the relevant reserved point. Likewise, entries will be made in remarks column for candidates who are appointed as general category candidates but whose names appear against reserved points. Similar adjustments will be made in respect of SC candidates appearing against a point reserved for STs or OBCs and so on. After all the 14 points are consumed, fresh cycle of the roster may be started. As many roster points may be treated to have been consumed on the date of start of the roster register as many employees occupy the roster points as on the date of start of the register. From that point onward, vacancies may be filled as per roster points subject to adjustment of reserved category candidates appointed by reservation and general category candidates as explained above.

SC/ST/OBC Candidates Appointed on Merit

5.11 SC, ST and OBC candidates in case of direct recruitment and SC and ST candidates in case of promotion, appointed on their own merit and not owing to reservation should not be shown against reserved quota. They will be adjusted against unreserved quota.

5.12 If an unreserved vacancy arises in a cadre and there is any SC/ST candidate within the normal zone of consideration in the feeder grade, such SC/ST candidate cannot be denied promotion on the plea that the post is not reserved. Such a candidate will be considered for promotion along with other candidates treating him as if he belongs to general category. In case he is selected, he will be appointed to the post and will be adjusted against the unreserved point.

5.13 Only such SC/ST/OBC candidates who are selected on the same standard as applied to general candidates shall be treated as own merit candidates. If any SC/ST/OBC candidate is selected by getting any relaxation in experience qualification, number of permitted chances in written examination, zone of consideration etc., he/she shall be counted against reserved vacancies. Such a candidate cannot be considered for appointment against an unreserved vacancy.

5.14 SC/ST candidates appointed on their own merit (by direct recruitment or promotion) and adjusted against unreserved points will retain their status of SC/ST and will be eligible to get benefit of reservation in future/further promotions, if any.

5.15 50% limit on reservation will be computed by excluding such reserved category candidates who are appointed/ promoted on their own merit.

Adjustment of Compassionate Appointees

5.16 A person selected for appointment on compassionate grounds should be adjusted in the reservation register/ reservation roster register against the appropriate category viz. SC/ST/OBC/UR category depending upon the category to which he belongs. For example, if he belongs to SC, he shall be adjusted against a vacancy reserved for SCs. Similarly if he is an ST or OBC candidate, he shall be adjusted against vacancy reserved for STs or OBCs, as the case may be. An unreserved category candidate shall be adjusted against an unreserved vacancy.”

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Annexure-I to Chapter- 5

RESERVATION REGISTER

1. Name of the post:

2. Method of Recruitment: DR/Promotion by selection/Promotion by non-selection

/Promotion by Limited Departmental Examination.

3. Number of posts in the cadre (cadre strength):

4. Percentage of Reservation prescribed : SCs ____, STs ____, OBCs _____

Sl.

No.

Name

Date of appointment

Whether belongs to SC/ST/OBC/

General

Filled as UR or as reserved for SC/ST/

OBC

Signature

of

appointing

authority

or other

authorised

officer

Remarks

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Annexure-II to Chapter- 5

RESERVATION ROSTER REGISTER

Cycle No./

Point No.

UR or as reser-ved for SCs/

STs/

OBCs

Name

Date of appoint-ment

Whether SC/ST/OBC/

General

Filled as

UR or as reserved for SCs/STs/

OBCs

Signature

of

appointing

authority

or other

authorised

officer

Remarks

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O.M. dated 02.01.2012 – Reservation of Other Backward Classes in Civil Posts and Services under the CPSEs – Sub-quota for Minority Communities

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