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Jan 20 2009 (TRI)

Anantaram Mahapatro Vs. the Superintendent of Post Offices (Sp-for Sho ...

Court : Central Administrative Tribunal CAT Hyderabad

Decided on : Jan-20-2009

..... his revision petition after the oa was admitted by this tribunal. this action of respondent no.4, according to him, is in violation of section 19(4) of at act, 1985, and settled law in such cases. the applicant has also mentioned that he has since retired as teacher, sa (ss), zphs, ..... worked as a teacher in the high school as well. it is also not in dispute that he is highly qualified with three postgraduate degrees. the issue of clash of working hours of bo with the working hours of the high school has been raised earlier also and the ..... . vaghela v. moosa raza, (1969) 10 guj lr 23. the high court has noted the definition of misconduct in stroud's judicial dictionary which runs as under : "misconduct means, misconduct arising from ill motive; acts of negligence, errors of judgment, or innocent mistake, do not constitute such misconduct." in industrial jurisprudence ..... work was treated as misconduct in the context of discharge being assailed as punitive. in s. govinda menon v. union of india, (1967) 2 scr 566 : (air 1967 sc 1274), the manner in which a member of the service discharged his quasi judicial function disclosing abuse of power was ..... money or stores ; (d) obtaining or attempting to obtain any valuable thing or pecuniary advantage without consideration or for a consideration which is not adequate. 2. falsification of government records. 3. gross irregularity or negligence in the discharge of official duties with a dishonest motive. 4. misuse of official position or .....

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Mar 26 2009 (TRI)

Shri B. Viswanatham and Others Vs. Union of India Rep. by the Secretar ...

Court : Central Administrative Tribunal CAT Hyderabad

Decided on : Mar-26-2009

..... away without authority of law and in the instant case, the chief operations manager, unilaterally without any legislative support or the support of rrb, wanted to prevent a section of railway employees, viz., the alps from appearing in a competitive examination for which they are eligible to appear and whose applications have been duly forwarded to rrb ..... their applications have been submitted as long back as in march 2008 to their respective controlling officers. but, somehow they did not reach the rrb but the rrb acted upon advance copies received from the applicants directly and issued hall tickets. the applicants appeared for the examination and they passed the examination. we have already observed supra ..... . railway ministry's decision. 1.the applications from serving employees for employment elsewhere submitted otherwise than in response to advertisements or circulars inviting applications, should not forwarded. 2.the lien of a permanent railway servant appointed under another central/ state government or office may be retained on the railway for a period of two years (three ..... / security department, possessing the prescribed educational qualifications for direct recruitment through rrb irrespective of cadre and branch are eligible to apply for the post of junior engineer, grade-ii. the educational qualifications are diploma in electrical/ mechanical engineering from the recognized institutions. the method of recruitment is by way of written examination to be conducted by rrb.. .....

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Jun 30 2009 (TRI)

G. Satya Prakash Rao Vs. Chief Commissioner, Customs and Central Excis ...

Court : Central Administrative Tribunal CAT Hyderabad

Decided on : Jun-30-2009

..... application has been filed impugning the establishment order (ngo) no.13/2009 dated 14.5.2009 issued by the office of commissioner of customs, central excise and service tax, hyderabad-ii commissionerate. 2. the facts of the case are as follows :- the applicant was appointed in central excise department as inspector of customs and central excise in the year 1990. he had ..... also cadre control vests with the chief commissioner, hyderabad zone and as such allocation of staff to various formations by the chief commissioner is in order. moreover the commissioner hyderabad-ii commissionerate has been designated the cadre controlling authority in respect of the inspectors of central excise comprising hyderabad and vizag zones. the respondents have further stated that this tribunal vide ..... evolved a policy in 1999-2000 that those officers facing disciplinary proceedings shall not be transferred. even in the latest policy there is no clause contrary to the same; (ii) the transfer policy mandates that all direct recruits on allotment will be posted to vizag and thereafter officers on promotions will be posted to vizag and that the transfer will ..... worked at nizambad in technical section from 2004-2008 and reported to duty in hyderabad city in the first week of august, 2008. the applicant is being prosecuted in cc no. 32/2005 in cbi court, hyderabad for an offence under prevention of corruption act. the criminal case is under trial. a departmental inquiry under rule .....

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