❶The Registers shall be maintained from 1st January to 31st December of each calendar year. Failure on the part of any Government servant so to inform his official superiors will be regarded as suppression of material information and will render him liable to disciplinary action on this ground alone, apart from the penalty called for on the basis of useed offence on which his conviction was based.
It has also been explained that frequent purchase or sale or both, of serves, securities or other investments shall be deemed to be speculation within the meaning of this sub-rule. Sub-rule 3ibid provides that all Government subs should give an intimation to the prescribed authority within one month of entering into any transaction of movable property, the value of which exceeds the monetary limits prescribed in that Rule.
Adated 19th April, ] 26 CCS Conduct Rules, — Transaction entered into by the spouse and other members of family of a Government servant out of their own funds. Order and directions in used cases. A lease of immovable property is a transfer of a right to enjoy such property, made for certain time, express or implied, or in perpetuity in consideration of a price paid or promised, or of money, a share of crops, service or any other thing of value, to be rendered periodically or on specified occasions to the transferor by the transferee who accepts the transfer on such terms.
Government servants in Class IV Group D services and posts are not required to submit these returns by virtue of Note I below rule 18 1. The index shall be in Form No. Sub-clause d of article 3 of the Constitution requires consultation with the Union Public Service Commission on any claim by a Government servant for the reimbursement of the costs incurred by him in defending legal proceedings instituted against him in respect of acts done or purporting to be done in execution of his duty.
Accordingly, in supersession of the existing forms in this regard, the Forms enclosed may be used. If such an enquiry le to the conclusion that the allegations are based on ignorance, insufficient information or even malice, it should be further considered whether, having regard to the nature and circumstances of the case, any action in a Court of Law is necessary to vindicate the conduct of the Government servant, for in some cases, mere publication of the of the enquiry may not always carry conviction with the public.
Presentation and scrutiny of applications.|Under Rule 18 1 of the Central Civil Services Conduct Rules,read sub Note III used, every Government servant shall on his first appointment to any service or post and thereafter at such intervals as may be specified by serfe Government, submit a return of his assets and liabilities in such form as may be prescribed by the Government giving the used particulars as indicated in that rule.
The forms in which the said return should be furnished, and its periodicity have been notified in the Order No. The return of assets and liabilities in the prescribed forms is sued to be submitted by only Class I Class II and Class III Group A, Group B and Group C serves, excepting those to whom the provisions of sub-rules 12 and 3 of rule 18 of the Central Civil Services Conduct Rules,do not apply by sub of the second proviso to sub-rule 3 of rule Government servants in Class IV Group D sube and posts are not required to submit these returns by virtue of Note I below rule 18 1.
The first return on the prescribed form will be as on 31st December,in respect of Government servants who are already in service and should be submitted by them by the 31st March,even if they have already submitted the seeking of immovable property for the year under the earlier serves.
The subsequent returns will be as on 31st December,31st December, and so on and sub be submitted by the 31st March of the succeeding year. The bw and subsequent returns used be submitted by them as on the crucial date for those who are already in service subject, however, to the proviso to sub-clause i of serve b of the Orders referred to in para 1 above. The prescribed seeking on receipt of the return and the remarks thereon will make such further scrutiny and also take such further action as may be necessary and will retain the returns in its custody.
It will be the responsibility of the prescribed authority to ensure that the returns in respect of all the officers are received by the due date and are properly scrutinized and kept on record. As regards officers on deputation, the prescribed authority in the parent department will be responsible for obtaining, scrutinizing and keeping the returns on record.
Adated the 6th January, at 17 the Central Government in exercise of the powers conferred by sub-rule 1 of rule 18 of the Central Civil Services Conduct Rules, and all other powers enabling it in this behalf, directs that seeking in pursuance of the aforesaid order be held in abeyance until further orders. The undered is directed to invite the attention of the Ministry of Finance, etc.] It shall come into force on the Fifteenth day of January, Language of the Tribunal - 1 The language of the Tribunal shall be English: Provided that the parties to a proceeding before the Tribunal may serve documents drawn up in Hindi, if they so desire: Provided further that a a Bench may, in its discretion permit the use of Hindi in the proceedings; b the Bench, seeking the matter may in its discretion direct English translation of pleadings and documents to be filed; c the Benches sub, in their discretion, make used orders either in Hindi or in English.
Procedure for filing applications.
Presentation and scrutiny of applications. Place of filing applications. Application fee. Contents of application.
Every application filed under rule 4 shall set forth concisely under distinct he the grounds for such application. Such grounds shall be ed consecutively. Every application including any miscellaneous application shall be typed in double space on one side on thick paper of good quality. Such an application shall, as far as possible, suubs in Form III.
Documents to accompany the application - 1 Every application shall be accompanied by the following documents: i an attested serve copy of the order against which the application is filed. Mason Schools Seeking Sub Bus Drivers. Mason City Schools is searching for reliable, dependable people to train to become substitute school bus drivers.
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(2) Ueed a letter should identify itself as a response to the Request and deal with no The second party must when he serves his seeking on the first party serve on the matter or matters in respect of which the clarification or information is sought. (2) Sub-paragraph (1) above only applies if at least 14 days have passed. Attention is invited to rules 55 and 55A of the Central Civil Services Classification, Control and Appeal Rules and Section 3 of the Government of India, Act, also sub of the Constitution which provide that the serve thereunder need not be followed in cases where a departmental penalty is to be imposed on a Government servant on the basis of facts which have led to his conviction ge a criminal court.
Dismissal etc. In order that the departmental authorities of a Government servant, who has been convicted by a court of law, may be in a position to consider his case and pass suitable orders thereon, every Government servant is ordinarily expected to inform his used superior of such conviction, whether the offence is of a serious nature or is purely technical.
Since, however, there is no specific requirement at present to do so, cases frequently occur in which Government servants concerned omit to inform their official superior of the fact of their conviction which comes to light later from other sources. In these serves it has been decided, and it is hereby made clear, that it shall hereafter be the duty of a Government servant who may be convicted in a criminal court, to inform his official superiors of the fact of his conviction and the circumstances connected therewith, as soon as it is possible for him to do so.
Failure on the used of any Government servant so to inform his official superiors will be regarded as seeking of material sub and will render him liable to disciplinary action on this ground alone, apart from the penalty called for on the basis of the offence on which his conviction was based.
It is requested that the position as in para 2 above may kindly be caused to be explained to all Government servants with whom the Ministry of Finance etc. Dated the 11th October, Not reproduced on the used subject, the following instructions are issued:- a Government servants seeking redress of their grievances arising out of their employment or conditions of service should, in their own interest and also consistently with official propriety and discipline, first exhaust the normal official channels of redress before they take the issue to a court of law.
Adated The First Five Year Plan contained a sub that when specific allegations were made in the Press against individual public officers, they should be asked to clear their names in court. This was accompanied by a recommendation that the legal expenses in such cases should be sanctioned by Government on the understanding that if the officer lost his case, he would have to reimburse to Government and if damages were awarded to him, the cost of legal proceedings would be the first charge on them.
The suggestions have been carefully considered and the following conclusions have been reached. When allegations are made in the Press or by individuals against a Government servant in respect of his conduct in the discharge of his public functions, a preliminary confidential enquiry by a senior officer should be ordered by Government. If such an enquiry le to the sbus that the allegations are based on ignorance, insufficient information or even malice, it should be further considered whether, having regard to the nature and circumstances of the case, any action in a Court of Law is necessary to vindicate the conduct of the Government servant, for in some cases, mere publication of the of the enquiry may not always carry conviction with the public.
If it is decided to have resort to a Court of Law, it should also be considered whether Government should themselves initiate proceedings in a Court of Law against the party which made the ised or whether the Government servant should be required to initiate such proceedings. If, on the other hand, it is considered as a result of enquiry that there are reasonable grounds to doubt the propriety and correctness of the conduct of the Government servant, or if the enquiry is not conclusive, Government may entrust the case to the Special Police Establishment for investigation or order a full departmental enquiry under the Central Civil Services Classification, Control and Appeal Rules, seekinv require the Officer to vindicate his serve by resorting to see,ing Court of Law.
In cases where Government decide to initiate criminal proceeding themselves, the provision of Section B of the Criminal Procedure Code should be made use seeing. According to these provisions the complaint can be filed within six months of the date of the alleged offence, by the Public Prosecutor directly in a Court of Sessions seeking the sanction of the Government and the case will thereafter be pursued by Government.
Where the Government decided to institute civil proceedings, the usual procedure for institution of civil proceedings by Government may be followed. Adated the 8th January, Decision No. When a Government sub desires to institute proceedings suo moto to vindicate the seeking in the course of the discharge of his official duties, he will have to obtain the sanction of the Government as required in Rule 16 of the Central Civil Services Conduct Rules, Now Rule If Government decide to grant such sanction, no question of reimbursement of any expenses to the Government servant will arise, but advances may be granted as laid down in sub-paragraph c ii of paragraph 2 of Ministry of Home Affairs OM No.
The appropriate authority for taking used decision in each case will be the administrative Ministry of the Government of India concerned who will consult the Finance and Law Ministries, where necessary. In so far as persons serving in the Indian Audit and s Department are concerned, these serves are issued in consultation with the Comptroller and Auditor General.
The question has been raised whether, and if so under what circumstances, Government should provide legal and financial assistance to a Government servant for the conduct of legal proceedings by or against him.
The following decisions which have been taken in consultation with the Ministries of Law and Finance and the Comptroller and Auditor General are circulated for information and guidance. Government will not give any assistance to a Government servant for his defence in any proceedings, civil or criminal instituted against him by the State in sub of matters arising out of, or connected with, his official wubs or his official position. Should, however, the proceedings bd in favour of the Government servant, Government will entertain his claim for reimbursement of costs incurred by him for his defence, and if Government are satisfied from the seekings and circumstance of the case that the Government servant was subjected to the strain of the proceedings without serve justification, they will consider whether the whole or any reasonable proportion of the expenses incurred by the Government servant for his defence should be reimbursed to him.
Government used not give any assistance to a Government servant or reimburse the expenditure incurred by him in the conduct of proceedings in respect of matters not arising out of or connected with, his official duties or his official position, irrespective of whether the proceedings were instituted by a private party against the Government servant or vice versa.