Principal CAT’s Decision in Contempt Petition No: 158/2012 filed by Pre-2006 Pensioners CENTRAL ADMINISTRATIVE TRIBUNAL PRINCIPAL BENCH C.P. No.158/2012 O.A. No. 655/2010 M.A. No. 1228/2014 New Delhi, this the 15th day of May, 2014 HON BLE MR. JUSTICE SYED RAFAT ALAM, CHAIRMAN HON BLE MR. V. AJAY KUMAR, MEMBER (J) HON BLE DR. BIRENDRA KUMAR SINHA, MEMBER (A) 1. Central Government […]
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Women Employee can avail 2 years Child Care Leave at a stretch Woman Employee of Port Blair applied for 6 months CCL fo her son. While her application was pending in department, she was transferred. She further applied for CCL for 2 years. However her department sanctioned 45 days CCL for her. Aggrieved by this […]
Supreme Court Judgement on Allowance in Lieu of Kilometerage (ALK) for medically decategorised Drivers.
Supreme Court Judgement on Allowance in Lieu of Kilometerage (ALK) for medically decategorised Drivers. For Original Orders Please Scroll Down Download Link Here
A bench of justices B S Chauhan and S A Bobde also said that the competent authority should examine the financial condition of family of the deceased and job should be offered to the eligible family member only if it is satisfied that they would not be able to cope up with the crisis. “Mere death of […]
Union Minister of State for Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions Shri V Narayansamy said that there is an urgent need to strengthen Central Administrative Tribunal( CAT) and make it more effective. Speaking as Special Guest at the daylong All India Conference of the members of Central Administrative Tribunal here today he said to streamline the […]
Implementation of the Order dated 30.4.12 passed by the Hon’ble Delhi High Court in W.P. (Civil) No. 569512000 – Pensionary benefits to the employees of Non-Statutory Departmental Canteens ~ Regarding.
Government of India Ministry of Personnel &’Public Grievances & Pensions Department of Personnel & Training 3rd Floor, Lok Nayak Bhavan, Khan Market, New Delhi. dated the 26/11/2012. Subject: – Implementation of the Order dated 30.4.12 passed by the Hon’ble Delhi High Court in W.P. (Civil) No. 569512000 – Pensionary benefits to the employees of Non-Statutory […]
BANGALORE: Karnataka High Court has held that a person who has not worked and not earned leave, cannot claim leave encashment. “First, he should work, earn leave, should not avail the same and then seek encashment of such leave earned. When he has not worked and not earned leave, the question of granting him leave encashment would […]
NEW DELHI, DEC 2: The Government should act as a model employer and ensure that its employees are treated fairly in appointment and promotion, the Supreme Court has said. A bench of justices K. S. Radhakrishnan and Dipak Misra said the concept of good governance can be concretised only when Government employees are sure they […]
NAGPUR: A recent judgment of the Nagpur Bench of the Bombay High Court can serve as a guideline for retired employees. The court ruled in favour of Union of India which had approached the judiciary against gratuity claims of two of its former employees for getting added pension benefits. “The retired employees, on the basis of their […]
The Central Administrative Tribunal on Monday came to the rescue of a BSNL junior technical officer (JTO) left partially paralysed by a stroke, directing the principal chief engineer of BSNL, Tamil Nadu zone, to allow him to report for duty in his post. The tribunal said the telecom company would have to accept the decision of the medical board and endorse […]