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Sep 04 1998 (TRI)

A.C. Koralwala Vs. Union of India (Uoi) and ors.

Court : Central Administrative Tribunal CAT Ahmedabad

1. The applicant an employee of the Telecom Department who has retired from service on 30.9.87 as Chief Sectional Supervisor Vadodara has prayed for a direction that his pay should be stepped up at par with that of his junior R.R. Nair w.e.f. 1.3.90 with consequential financial benefits.2. The applicant joined the Postal Service in 1961 whereas his compared junior seems to have joined slightly earlier. However, it is not in dispute dint R.R. Nair is junior to the applicant at the level of Senior Sectional Supervisor as the applicant's name is at Sr. No. 78 of the Gradation List (Annexure A-1) whereas that of R.R. Nair is at Sr.No. 198. The applicant was functioning as Sectional Supervisor earlier and was promoted to the level of Senior Sectional Supervisor on regular basis in 1990. The compared junior R.R. Nair however got regular promotion only w.e.f. 1.7.92 but as he was holding the higher post on an ad hoc basis from 1.3,85 to 30.6.92, his pay in the grade of Senior Sectional Super...

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Sep 02 1998 (TRI)

Devjibhai Lavjibhai Vs. Union of India (Uoi) and ors.

Court : Central Administrative Tribunal CAT Ahmedabad

1. This O.A. by way of second attempt, by the applicant is for his compassionate appointment. The first attempt, after rejection of his representation (Annexure A-6) dated 15.10.1993, by the Respondent No.2, the Divisional Railway Manager, Vadodara, on the ground of the prayer being time barred, by filing O.A. No. 4577 95, was disposed of by this Tribunal with the following operative portion of the order, as at Annexure A-l: "In the particular circuinstances of the case, we direct that the respondent may reconsider the issue on merits. The applicant may supplement his earlier application with further details regarding the existence of indigent circumstances that compel compassionate appointment, and also detail the steps and the time taken by the applicant to approach the authority as soon as he attained the age of majority. If such an application were to be received within three weeks of this order, the respondents may consider the issue and dispose of the same with a speaking order ...

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Aug 27 1998 (TRI)

Shri Ramjilal Vs. Union of India (Uoi) and anr.

Court : Central Administrative Tribunal CAT Ahmedabad

1. The applicant has prayed for the reliefs of quashing the order of his removal from the services of the respondents as at Annexure A/I, and for reinstatement with back-wages.2. The applicant was working as Senior Clerk under Station Superintendent, Ratlam, Western Railway. He was served with a charge-memo on 31.7.1991, vide Annexure A/2, by DRM, Ratlam, respondent No. 2, with the following article of charges. "(1) The sanctioned temporary posts of Hot-Weather-Watermen under SS-RTM notified vide DRM (E) RTM's letter No. ET/261/3/142 dated 3.4.91 were 75. (2) Shri Ramjilal Meena engaged and charge salary of 83 hot-weather-watermen as against Sanction of 75 in the month of April, 91. He has therefore charged 8 extra hot-weather-waterman in the salary bill for the month of April, 91. (3) Out of 44 new faces engaged as Seasonal Watermen under SS-RTM in the year 1991, Medical Memos in favour of 44 new faces were prepared by Shri Ramjilal Meena, although all these 44 persons did not work a...

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Apr 05 1995 (TRI)

Shri Govind Krishna Sinha Vs. Union of India (Uoi) and ors.

Court : Central Administrative Tribunal CAT Ahmedabad

1. The facts governing the case of the applicant are briefly stated as follows: 2. The applicant joined as an Assistant Director of Inspection 'Class-I' in the Grade-III of the Indian Inspection Service, after getting selected by the Union Public Service Commission in the Engineering Service Examination, 1970. In terms of the respondent No. 2 letter dated 13.12.78 annexed as Annexure-3, the applicant was appointed to officiate as Deputy Director of Inspection (Engineering) on a regular basis with effect from 10th August, 1978. The post of Deputy Director (Engineering) is in the Grade-II of the Indian Inspection Service IIS. In the seniority list circulated by the respondents with their letter dated 14th December, 1982, Annexure A-6, the applicant's name was shown at S. No. 27 whereas the names of respondent Nos. 3, 4 and 5 were shown at Serial Nos. 29, 30 and 31 as officers belonging to the Met. Branch while the respondents Nos. 6, 7, 8 and 9 were shown as officers belonging to the Me...

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