Instructions on Reservation for the Scheduled Castes,Scheduled Tribes and Other Backward Classes

             DOP&T Issued an Office Memorandum No.36011/6/2010-Estt.(Res) dated the 25th June,2010 on the Issue of instructions on Reservation for the Scheduled Castes,Scheduled Tribes and Other Backward Classes in services under the Government of India
          According to this Office Memorandum the instructions on Reservation for the Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes and Other Backward Classes in service under the Government of India are contained various OMS issued from time to time by the Ministry of Home Affairs and this Department. Some of the instructions so issued have become outdated and are not in operation at present.
          It has, however, been observed that some appointing authorities are continuing to implement such outdated and non-existent instructions. Keeping all these aspects in view this Department(DOP&T) has decided to issue consolidated instructions on Reservation for the Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes and Other Backward Classes in supersession of all the existing instructions on the subject. The proposal is not to change any aspect of policy on the subject but only to consolidate all the instructions and present them in easy to understand form/language. A draft OM has been prepared which covers all the aspects of reservation policy as existing at present. However, before issuing the proposed OM, it has been decided to put it in public domain and invite comments on it. If any person feels that the proposed OM does not include any of the existing instruction or any instruction included in the proposed OM is not in consonance with the existing instructions, may point out the same and send his comments to the Director,DOP&T by 12th July, 2010.
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Instruction on regularisation of Unauthorized absense

      The DOP&T(Department of Personnel and Training),Ministry of Personnel, P.G.and Pension issued an Office Memorandum No.13026/3/2010-Estt.(Leave) dated 22-6-2010 on the matter of Instruction on regularisation of Unauthorized absense ragarding.
         It has been explained that a Govt. servant who remains absent without any authority should be proceeded against immediately. All Ministries/Departments are requested to ensure that in all cases of unauthorized absence by a Government Servant, he should be informed of the consequences of such absence and be directed to rejoin duty immediately / within a specified date, say within three days, failing which he would be liable for disciplinary action under CCS(CCA) Rules 1965.If the Governmen Servant does not join duty by the stipulated date the Disciplinary Authority should initiate disciplinary action against him and the disciplinary case should be conducted and concluded as quickly as possible.
Disciplinary Authorities to ensure that prompt action is taken against Government Servants who absent themselves with out permission and that Charge-Sheets are issued without delay.
           As per FR 17-A(iii) without prejudice to the provisions of Rule 27 of the Central Civil Services (Pension) Rules 1972, remaining absent without any authority or deserting the post, shall be deemed to cause an interruption or break in the service of the employee, unless otherwise decided by the competent authority for the purpose of leave travel concession, quasi-permanency and eligibility for appearing in deparllnent examinations, for which a minimum period of continuous service is required.
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