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Feb 24 2009 (TRI)

K.J. Johnson Seniro Telecom Office Assistant (Retired) Pala, Kottayam ...

Court : Central Administrative Tribunal CAT Ernakulam

Decided on : Feb-24-2009

..... of normal rent for two months and double the normal rent for the subsequent two months etc., is available only for specific grounds of children education or medical treatment and here in the case of the applicant the rules have been correctly applied. in so far as recovery towards the cooperative society is concerned, the ..... rent/penal rent, and dues to the co-operative bank. the applicant has filed rejoinder stating that rule 8 of the public premises (eviction and unauthorised occupants) act does not apply nor can the dues payable to the co-operative bank be treated as government dues for adjustment against the dcrg. 5. counsel for the ..... is permitted for a period of two months on payment of normal rent. vide govt. of india dir. of estate o.m. no. 1203/28/96-pol ii (vol i) dated 29th october 1997, provision exists for retention of accommodation for bonafide reasons, on payment of double the normal rent for a period of two months ..... break up of the above amount was rs. 72,751/-due to the departmental dues and rs. 72,751/- due to the bsnl employees co-operative bank. 2. wp(c) no.34894/05 was disposed of by order dated 19.09.2007 by the hon'ble high court wherein it was held inter-alia as under: ..... 3222/06 by an interim order and as such the respondents had disbursed the pension but the dearness relief was withheld (exhibit p-2(a) refers). along with exhibit p-2 (a), exhibit p-2(b) was also issued by the department which is a memo is stating that recovery was to be effected to the extent of .....

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Oct 30 2009 (TRI)

O.V. Chandran Nambiar Vs. the Chief General Manager,telecom, B.S.N.L., ...

Court : Central Administrative Tribunal CAT Ernakulam

Decided on : Oct-30-2009

..... been no deduction on account of g.p. fund. in fact, g.p. fund contribution is one among the many items under the provisions of sec. 80 c of the act. as such, in the event of the respondents not deducting the amount, the applicant could have, if he so desired, deposited some money towards the ..... by the applicant: rs.83,682/- d) amount become due and under process as per bsnl: rs.1,34,511/- (83682+50829) applicant is being paid medical [email protected] rs.1863/- per quarter and paid upto the period ending 30-09-2009. 3.the applicant's grievance is that thee has been inordinate delay in making ..... date of receipt of copy of this order. if there be delay in payment beyond the said two months, rate of interest would be incremented by 2% more for the for the period beyond the time scheduled in which event, the respondents shall fix the responsibility for delay in payment and the excess ..... the applicant under various heads and such an advice was given. the payment was worked out and some payments, as contained in the statement extracted in para 2 above were made in 2006 itself, while the remaining payments made in 2008. thus, till the stage of their ordering promotion action was in quick succession ..... calculation and audit verification, the respondents have made the following payments to the applicant : particulars amount and date of payment 1) dcrg : rs.78,326/- 03-01-2008 2) leave encashment: rs.66,698/- 03-01-2008 3) pension arrears : rs.1,04,450/- 03-01-2008 4) arrears of pay and allowances : rs.4 .....

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Apr 03 2009 (TRI)

T.K.Vijayakumari Vs. Union of India Represented by the Secretary, New ...

Court : Central Administrative Tribunal CAT Ernakulam

Decided on : Apr-03-2009

..... after superannuation should not be denied family pension. 13. considered from any angle, we are of the view that the two limitations incorporated in the definition of "family" suffer from the vice of arbitrariness and discrimination and cannot be supported by nexus or reasonable classification. the words "provided the marriage took ..... with hindu rights, it cannot be held that the children of yogmaya devi through her marriage with narain lal would be legitimate under section 16 of the hindu marriage act. the first objection we have discussed above and there is nothing said by rameshwari devi to rebut the presumption in favour of ..... when the claim for family pension arises, the legal guardian of the child should make an application supported by a fresh medical certificate from a medical officer, not below the rank of civil surgeon, that the child still suffers from the disability. (d) (i) the head of office shall ..... /her unable to earn his/her living, the fact should be brought to the notice of the head of office duly supported by a medical certificate from a medical officer, not below the rank of a civil surgeon. this may be indicated in form 3 by the head of office. as and ..... as the case may be - married after the retirement of the concerned government servant can be kept out of the definition so as to deprive him from the benefit of the family pension, and (ii) whether offspring born after retirement are entitled to benefits of such pension. 7. in d.s. nakara v. union .....

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May 01 2009 (TRI)

P.N. Thankachan, Ex-station Master, Southern Railway, thekkekkara Vs. ...

Court : Central Administrative Tribunal CAT Ernakulam

Decided on : May-01-2009

..... retirement which required the acceptance of the competent or appropriate authority will not be complete till accepted by such competent authority and the request could definitely be withdrawn before it became so complete. it is all the more so in a case where the request for premature retirement was made to ..... in this case, admittedly, the petitioner has stated that he was on leave for one year prior to the date of seeking voluntary retirement on medical grounds and he was unableto discharge the duties and that, therefore, he had sought to voluntarily retire from service. it would appear that when ..... may be a salutary rule. approval, however, is not ipse dixit of the approving authority. the approving authority who has the statutory authority must act reasonably and rationally. the only reason put forward here is that the appellant had not indicated his reasons for withdrawal. this, in our opinion, ..... 91. the petitioner, admittedly, after completing his 33 years of qualifying service submitted, on 18-2-1991, an application for voluntary retirement under section 48-a of pension rules which came to be accepted on 2-5-1991 w.e.f. 30-6-1991 as requested by him. after the receipt of ..... functionaries. in the case of a government servant/or functionary/who cannot, under the conditions of his service/or office, by his own unilateral act of tendering resignation, give up his service/or office, normally, the tender of resignation becomes effective and his service/or office tenure terminated, when .....

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Jun 12 2009 (TRI)

Syam Krishna Vs. Union of India, Secretary to Government, Ministry of ...

Court : Central Administrative Tribunal CAT Ernakulam

Decided on : Jun-12-2009

..... it is to grant appointment on compassionate grounds to a dependent family member of a government servant dying in harness or who is retired on medical grounds, thereby leaving his family in penury and without any means of livelihood, to relieve the family of the government servant concerned from financial ..... are not sustainable. the respondents have wrongly refused compassionate appointment to the appellant. the inference of gainful employment of the elder brother could not be acted upon. the terminal benefits received by the widow and the family pension could not be taken into account. 7. in the result, the ..... of terminal benefits to the dependant of a deceased employee is of not much consequence in considering the application for compassionate appointment. clause 3.2 of the scheme says that in case the dependant of deceased employee to be offered appointment is a minor, the bank may keep the ..... crc considered each of the cases against the following parameters to arrive at the conclusion relating to relative indigency of the families : 1. number of dependents. 2. number of unmarried daughters. 3. number of minor children. 4. annual income from other sources. 5. whether family owns a house or not. 6 ..... deceased employee as (1) k.ushakumari, wife, simi krishna, daughter, and syam krishna, son who is the applicant herein and the annexure a-2 income certificate dated 14.10.2004 issued by the village officer, tholicode stating that the only source of income of the family was the family pension .....

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Jul 10 2009 (TRI)

S.P. Mohanakumar and Others Vs. the Deputy General Manager (Aandop), O ...

Court : Central Administrative Tribunal CAT Ernakulam

Decided on : Jul-10-2009

..... a fresh appointee under compassionate ground and joined only in nov 2008. pgmt's direction in this regard is enclosed. he is a mca degree holder and he has been currently attached to the hr package updation work which is a time bound work. his presence in hq office will ..... the immediate review after joining the ssa. 10. exemptions i) in extremely exceptional situations, specifically skilled non executive employees working in some of the sections like computers, broadband, installation, transmission, ld etc will have to be exempted from this scheme in this larger interest of the company. however ..... mind. 23. the grounds for rejection in various representations have been compared with the transfer policy. it is seen that in so far as medical treatment is concerned, the ailments that are covered includes cancer, acute renal problems, heart ailments and mental retardation in respect of children. while considering ..... p.j. xavier, has submitted a representation in which he expressed his difficulties stating that he is undergoing medical treatment for cholesterol and diabetics. he had met with an accident 2 years ago and has to consult the doctor periodically. recently he has some problem relating to varicose vein. his ..... be used in case of a crisis that administration is not able to act on request transfers given by non executive employees of high ranges for a long time and also for meeting the operational requirements. 2. non executive employees who have completed one year of actual working in .....

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Aug 27 2009 (TRI)

S. Pulikeshy Ips Vs. Union of India Represented by the Secretary, Mini ...

Court : Central Administrative Tribunal CAT Ernakulam

Decided on : Aug-27-2009

..... as a deterrent to exhibit the firm determination of the government to root out corruption or other grave misconduct. though suspension is, in itself, not a form of penalty, it definitely constitutes a great hardship for the affected government servant, in that, apart from not being allowed to perform legitimate duties and earn his salary, he is paid reduced rates during ..... . if the disciplinary authority takes note of such allegations and is of opinion after some preliminary enquiries that the circumstances of the case justify further investigation to be made before definite charges can be framed. it would not be improper to remove the officer concerned from the sphere of his activity inasmuch as it may be necessary to find out facts ..... to the suspected connection between the applicant and another. the cbi has requested prosecution of the applicant for the 1st charge under section 120-b ipc r/w 420 and section 13(2) r/w 13 (1)(d) of prevention of corruption act, 1988 and for the second charge recommended departmental action for major penalty proceedings against the applicant for his gross misconduct. they ..... armed police battalion, kerala state. while so, he was served with an order of suspension dated 18.2.2009 (a1). the suspension was ordered on the ground that the cbi has reported that there were certain irregularities in the purchase of medicines for maveli medical stores during the tenure of applicant in supplyco and that the supplyco has suffered a loss of .....

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Sep 24 2009 (TRI)

V.S. Raghavan Vs. State of Kerala, Represented by Its Home Secretary, ...

Court : Central Administrative Tribunal CAT Ernakulam

Decided on : Sep-24-2009

..... 1.1989. had the kpsc conducted the test as prescribed in rule 8(a) of the said annexure a-4 rules, they would have definitely passed the test. as the kpsc failed to hold the test, the government invoked rule 39 of ks and ssr and exempted all personnel ..... the quinquennial cadre review due as on 22.3.2006, and finalise the same and issue the statutory notification under section 3(1) of all india service act, 1951, read with rule 4(2) of indian police service (cadre) rule, 1954 amending the indian police service (fixation of cadre strength) regulation, ..... relaxation in public interest and that appointments to the police force are to be made with reference to the rules framed under public services act and it should not be mistaken that rule 39 of the k.s.s.r by itself confers a special sui juris or exclusive ..... indian police service (appointment by promotion) regulation 1955 notwithstanding the impending retirement of the applicant from the state police service on 31.10.2008. (ii) to declare that respondents no.6 to 12 are ineligible and not qualified to be considered for selection to ips (kerala) cadre against the ..... service, the incumbent must pass the examinations in the subjects viz, indian penal act, code of criminal procedure, indian evidence act, medical jurisprudence an toxicology, police department orders, scientific aids to investigation, special and local laws including the police act, the constitution of india, police standing orders, criminology, forensic medicine, practical model .....

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Sep 24 2009 (TRI)

P. Venu Vs. Union of India Rep. by the Secretary, Department of Person ...

Court : Central Administrative Tribunal CAT Ernakulam

Decided on : Sep-24-2009

..... be made from amongst the officers holding analogous posts on regular basis under the central/state governments. this department has been receiving references from various ministries/departments asking for the definition of 'analogous posts'. it has, therefore, been considered appropriate to lay down the following criteria for determining whether a post could be treated as analogous to a post under ..... considering the past services of the employees concerned. 48. the said decisions, in our considered view, have no application in this case, having regard to the provisions of section 5-a of the act, in terms whereof no provision exists for recruitment of deputationists. recruitment of deputationists, in fact, is excluded therefrom." 17. the counsel for the party respondent emphasized that in ..... been appointed." again, the decision in rooplal has been distinguished in the case of indu shekhar singh and ors vs state of up and ors (2006) scc (l and s) 1916. 4. the applicant has filed his rejoinder to the reply statements in which he has narrated to show as to how the decisions in k. madhavan, s.i. rooplal and ..... in a subsequent communication dated 23-5-1997 issued by the ministry of finance, department of revenue. even otherwise, in our considered opinion, the two concepts viz. (i) eligibility, and (ii) seniority are quite distinct, different and independent of each other. a person may be eligible, fit or qualified to be considered for promotion. it does not, however, necessarily mean that .....

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Sep 24 2009 (TRI)

A.C. Mathew Vs. Union of India Represented by Secretary, Ministry of P ...

Court : Central Administrative Tribunal CAT Ernakulam

Decided on : Sep-24-2009

..... cadre rules are statutory in nature, having been framed by the central government in exercise of powers under sub-section (1) of section 3 of the all india services act, 1951. the language of sub-rule (2) of rule 4, as it stood prior to its amendment is rather peremptory in nature and thus it requires ..... strength to 214.in exercise of the powers conferred by sub section (1) of section 3 of the all india services act, 1951 (61 of 1951), read with sub rule (2) of rule 4 of the indian administrative service (cadre) rules, 1954, (the central government). 2. the applicant was a substantive member in the cadre of ..... rules. we have, therefore, no hesitation to hold that preparation of the select list every year is mandatory. it would subserve the object of the act and the rules and afford an equal opportunity to the promotee officers to reach higher echelons of the service." 11. it must, therefore, be held ..... rules. we have, therefore, no hesitation to hold that preparation of the select list every year is mandatory. it would subserve the object of the act and the rules and afford an equal opportunity to the promotee officers to reach higher echelons of the service." 7. in vipinchandra hiralal shah's case ..... of the aforesaid provisions, he has also referred to the letter of government of india, ministry of home affairs no. 6/10/68-ais(ii), dated 27.2.1968 issued to the state governments directing them to adhere to the time schedule for the amendment of the cadre schedule on time which reads as .....

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