Man booked for graft dead, can wife be tried as abettor?
Reserved category candidate can’t migrate to general seat after availing age relaxation: SC
Govt Revives ‘Compulsory Retirement’ Plan For Central Employees, Unions Protest
Writ Petition Challenging Dismissal Of Teacher Maintainable Against Private Unaided School : SC
Centre Asks Government Departments To List Special Appointments On Website
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July 05, 2019
New Delhi: Can a woman, accused of abetting her public servant husband to indulge in corruption, be prosecuted after the man dies and the trial court closes the case against him?
The Supreme Court on Thursday agreed to examine this unique legal question raised in the woman’s petition. …
July 04, 2019
A reserved category candidate, who has availed age relaxation in a selection process, cannot seek accommodation in or migration to general category seat at a later stage, the Supreme Court on Thursday held. The top court said that Article 16(4) of the Constitution empowers a state to give reservation in appointments to any backward class of citizens, which in its opinion, is not adequately represented in the service there. …
More: SC: Reserved category candidate can’t migrate to general seat after availing age relaxation. >>> SC Judgement dated 04.07.2019 – Niravkumar Dilipbhai Makwana v. Gujarat Public Service Commission and Ors.
Speaking on the condition of anonymity, a former civil servant said the Centre’s move was an attempt to privatize government sector.
03 JULY 2019
The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)-led Narendra Modi government’s decision to cut deadwood from bureaucracy has invited sharp criticism from employees’ unions and former civil servants. The government has recently revived a premature retirement plans for central government employees who have completed 30 years in service or reach 50 years of age after reviewing their performance on a regular basis.
An order issued by Department of Personnel and Training (DoPT) on June 20 notifies that all central government establishments must send detailed monthly reports of how many central government employees were reviewed and how many were recommended for premature retirement. …
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8 Jun 2019
The Supreme Court has held that a writ petition challenging the termination of services of a teacher is maintainable against a private unaided educational institution. …
May 28, 2019
New Delhi: All central government departments have been asked to make public the details of compassionate appointments under consideration on their website, a senior official said Tuesday.
The move comes following an order by the Central Information Commission (CIC) in this regard. …
14 May 2019
The Karnataka High Court has quashed an order of the Bengaluru Development Authority whereby appointment on compassionate ground was rejected on account of the applicant being born out of the second marriage of its deceased employee. …
11 May, 2019
The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) has invited job applications for the Multi Tasking Staff @ ssc.nic.in. Interestingly, SSC would hire more than 10000 (tentative) candidates who would get the salary under the Pay Band-1 (Rs 5200-20200) + Grade Pay Rs 1800, (Revised Pay Scale after 7th CPC: Pay Level in Pay Matrix – Level-1). …
May 10, 2019
SSC CGL Result 2019 | The Staff Selection Commission has declared the result of combined graduate level (CGL) tier- 3, SSC CGL tier 3 result 2019, SSC CGL tier 3 result today. The exam conducting authority Staff Selection Commission or also known as SSC has declared the SSC CGL tier 3 result in online mode at its official website ssc.nic.in Candidates who have appeared for written exam for on Staff Selection Commission’s Combined Graduate Level (CGL) tier III on July 8, 2018 can check the official SSC CGL tier 3 result and merit list at SSC’s homepage. …
Get Aadhaar Or Else Leave The Job: Madras HC Tells Teacher Who Challenged Biometric Attendance System
17 April 2019
“The Writ Petitioner cannot say that she cannot be compelled to get an Aadhaar Number for the purpose of attending the School”
The Madras High Court, while rejecting a plea of a teacher challenging introduction of Aadhaar Enabled Biometric Attendance System in Government Schools, asked her to either get enrolled herself to Aadhaar or to leave the service.
14 April 2019
The Madras High Court has observed that the employees of Reserve Bank of India cannot be called as Government employees.
“Are you a Government employee?” was one of the queries in the questionnaire published by the Tamil Nadu Public Service Commission in its application form for Combined Civil Services-I Examination. E.Manoj Kumar, who is a Reserve Bank employee, answered it in the negative. The commission withheld his result on the ground of suppression of material particulars in the application form regarding the employment in Reserve Bank of India. …
Apr 3, 2019
BSNL Board: Yes, We Are Ok With Firing Of 54,000 Employees
Reeling under debts of more than Rs 13,000 crore, state-owned telecom provider BSNL is on shaky ground. Last year, BSNL suffered losses of Rs 7993 crore, which is 20% more than 2017 losses.
A special task force was constituted, which recommended several suggestions to the Govt., in order to revive the ailing company. …
The Rajasthan High Court gave this ruling recently on a writ petition filed by two police officers, a man and a woman, who were charged by the state government in 1999 for having illicit relations.
March 17, 2019
JAIPUR: The Rajasthan High Court has ruled that the state government cannot begin departmental proceedings against any government employee for being involved in an extramarital relationship.
The court gave this ruling recently on a writ petition filed by two police officers, a man and a woman, who were charged by the state government in 1999 for having illicit relations. …
Now, beneficiaries can submit feedback on the CGHS services through Mobile App
Aug 31, 2018 : Dtf.in
CGHS vide its Circular dated 21.08.2018 has launched a Mobile App to enable its beneficiaries to submit their feedback on the services. Initially, this service will be available to the beneficiaries of Wellness Centres (WCs) of Delhi only. This mobile App named ‘CGHS Service Feedback‘ can be downloaded by a CGHS beneficiary from Google Play Store on his mobile.
CGHS beneficiaries can submit their feedback on the following CGHS services:-
1. Registration of beneficiary
2. Consultation with Medical Officer
3, Dispensing of Medicines
4. Dressing Room services
5, Cleanliness of Wellness Centre
6. Punctuality of Staff
7. Behaviour of Staff
A beneficiary can provide the rating on a scale of 1 to 5 and also enter remarks on Ratings less than or equal to 3. The feedback will be monitored by CGHS officials to improve CGHS services only and it is not intended to be a ‘grievance redressal mechanism’.
CMOs In-charge have been requested by CGHS to –
- Download the Quick Response Code through a link in In-Charge Module named ‘Feedback QR Code’, take a print out of the same and display it in the WC for the use of the beneficiaries.
- They may also ensure prominently displaying of the Notice (enclosed with the Circular dated 21.08.2018) for the benefit of beneficiaries who intend to use the Application (App) and
- Peruse the reports on the feedback available through a link named ‘QR Feedback report‘ in CMO In charge Module.
Steps for using the Application by the beneficiaries are given in the Notice (enclosed with the Circular dated 21.08.2018), as under:-
- Download the Application (App) named ‘CGHS Service Feedback‘ on your mobile from Google Play Store.
- First time user should register using the icon with + sign given on the top right of login screen.
- Enter your name and email ID.
- Tap on the text ‘Verify’ to confirm your E-mail ID.
- Enter your desired password.
- Enter Pass code and the Application (App) is ready to use..
See a copy of CGHS Circular dated 21.08.2018 at: https://dtf.in/download/12123/ >>> https://dtf.in/cghs-circulars-orders/
GRATUITY: Forfeiture of Gratuity under Payment of Gratuity Act not automatic on dismissal from service; no forfeiture of gratuity for ‘acts involving moral turpitude’, if not convicted by court of law: SC
Aug 21, 2018 : Dtf.in
The Supreme Court has held that dismissal from service does not automatically result in forfeiture of gratuity under the Payment of Gratuity Act, 1972 (Act) and it is subject to Sections 4(5) and 4(6) of the Act. It has been held that the Act must prevail over the Rules on Payment of Gratuity framed by the employer is also a settled position as per Jaswant Singh Gill (supra). Therefore, the appellant could take recourse to its own Rules, ignoring the Act, for denying gratuity.
It has been further held by the Supreme Court that the requirement of the statute is not the proof of misconduct of acts involving moral turpitude but the acts should constitute an offence involving moral turpitude and such offence should be duly established in a court of law.
The relevant extracts from the SC Judgment dated 14.08.2018 are as under:-
“20. In the present case, there is no conviction of the respondent for the misconduct which according to the Bank is an offence involving moral turpitude. Hence, there is no justification for the forfeiture of gratuity on the ground stated in the order dated 20.04.2004 that the “misconduct proved against you amounts to acts involving moral turpitude”. At the risk of redundancy, we may state that the requirement of the statute is not the proof of misconduct of acts involving moral turpitude but the acts should constitute an offence involving moral turpitude and such offence should be duly established in a court of law.
21. That the Act must prevail over the Rules on Payment of Gratuity framed by the employer is also a settled position as per Jaswant Singh Gill (supra). Therefore, the appellant cannot take recourse to its own Rules, ignoring the Act, for denying gratuity.
22. To sum-up, forfeiture of gratuity is not automatic on dismissal from service; it is subject to sub-Sections (5) and (6) of Section 4 of The Payment of Gratuity Act, 1972.
23. Thus, though for different reasons as well, we find no merit in the appeal and it is accordingly dismissed. …”
See copy of SC Judgment at: Court Judgments on Service Matters
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16 July, 2018
Most IAS officers end up as pen-pushers and cynics, with no faith in their contribution.
The Government of India (GoI) has decided to recruit 10 outstanding individuals from the open market with expertise in the areas of (i) revenue; (ii) financial services; (iii) economic affairs; (iv) agriculture, cooperation and farmers’ welfare; (v) road transport and highways; (vi) shipping; (vii) environment, forests and climate change; (viii) new and renewable energy; (ix) civil aviation; and (x) commerce. …
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