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Jun 06 2012 (TRI)

B. Baburao Vs. the Chairman and Managing Director, Bharat Sanchar Niga ...

Court : Central Administrative Tribunal CAT

(ORAL)  DR. KB. SURESH. MEMBER (J) 1. Heard. The matter relates to the Bench mark which is a qualitative assessment of the officers and an answer to the query , learned counsel for the respondents places G.I. Dept., of Pers. and Trg. OM.No.22011/3/2007-Estt (D) dated 18.2.2008 which mentions an Office Memorandum.No.35034/7/1997 which contains instructions on Bench mark as also an OM dated 10.4.1989 which was subsequently amended in 1997 while the instructions in 2008 stipulated the Bench mark of 'Very Good' for promotions earlier situation was apparently different and therefore when the applicant cries out that on the basis of uncommunicated ACRs he was not granted his rightful promotions, the respondents reply in that at the time of such reports were written the grading standards were not considered as inadequate for promotions. The applicant relies on the decision of the Hon'ble Apex Court in the case of Dev Dutt vs. Union of India and ors., reported in 2008 SCC 725 wherein the ...

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Jun 05 2012 (TRI)

Smt Manjula Vs. the Deputy Director General and Hod, Geological Survey ...

Court : Central Administrative Tribunal CAT

(ORAL) Shri M.V. Rao, learned Senior Central Government standing Counsel for R 3 and 4 produces a copy of the letter No.B-11015/99/Misc./Vol.III/1546 dated 4.6.2012, which is an offer of appointment on compassionate grounds. Therefore, since the grievance had been attended to, the OA do not survive. OA is therefore disposed of. No order as to costs....

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Jun 24 2011 (TRI)

M.T. Krishna Iyengar, Irs (Rtd.)] Vs. the Union of India Rep. by the R ...

Court : Central Administrative Tribunal CAT

SMT. K.N.K. KARTHIAYANI, MEMBER (A) The applicant is a pensioner who retired on superannuation on 30.4.1989. The applicant submits that at the time of his superannuation some claims remained unsettled and he had to seek justice by filing O.A. No. 553/1991 and O.A. No.374/1991 at the Bangalore Bench of this Tribunal. O.A. No.553/1991 was disposed of by an order dated 5th January 1993 (Annexure-A4) and O.A. No.374/1991 was disposed of on 22nd February, 1993. (Annexure-A5) The applicant submits that the following legitimate dues are pending settlement in spite of his repeated representations after the above O.As were disposed of: “a) The unjust recovery of the granted transfer T.A on premature retirement, amounting to Rs.2454/ (enclosure 2). b) The unjust denial of transfer T.A claim for joining duty at Hyderabad from Mysore on reinstatement amounting to Rs. 6,026/- (enclosure 2) c) Non regularisation of the 3 ADHOC promotions viz. Supdt. Class II to Sr. Supdt. Class A, Sr. Supdt A ...

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Apr 29 2009 (TRI)

Dr. R.P.Sharma, Ips Vs. the Union of India, Represented by Its Secreta ...

Court : Central Administrative Tribunal CAT

SMT. K.N.K.KARTHIAYANI, MEMBER (A) The applicant, an IPS officer of Karnataka Cadre, presently working as IGP (GandHR) in the Office of DGandIGP, Govt. of Karnataka is aggrieved by the inaction of the respondent in the matter of his deputation to the Organising Committee of Common Wealth Games, Delhi 2010. 2. The brief facts as stated in the OA are: - 2.1. For the purpose of conducting Common Wealth Games an organizing Committee called ‘the Organising Committee of Common Wealth Games, Delhi 2010’ [hereinafter shortly referred to as the Organising Committee] has been formed, and registered under the Societies Registration Act, 1960. A search Committee was constituted by this Organising Committee for selecting an officer for the post of Additional Director General [Security] on a fixed term foreign service basis. On the recommendations of the search Committee, the applicant was selected by the Organising Committee for the post of ADG [Security]. The Chairman of the Organising...

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Dec 14 2007 (TRI)

R. Chandramouli Vs. the Director (Vt) and ors.

Court : Central Administrative Tribunal CAT

Reported in : (2008)(98)SLJ352CAT

1. The applicant herein is presently working as General Manager (Marketing and Admn.) in the office of the Chief General Manager, Telecom, Karnataka Circle, Bangalore. He has filed this 0.A. with a prayer to quash and set aside the charge sheet dated 13.8.2003, the punishment order dated 17.1.2004 and the appellate order dated 24.5.2005.2. The brief facts of the case as in the O.A. are: While the applicant was working as Deputy General Manager (Operations) in Vijayawada Telecom District of Andhra Pradesh Telecom Circle, during 1999-2000, he chaired a Tender Evaluation Committee (TEC for short) which met on 10.11.1999 to negotiate with the tenderer and to make recommendations on the demands made by him for supply of motor vehicles on hire basis.The committee was set up by the General Manager, Vijayawada Telecom District (TD). The committee had recommended an increase of Rs. 3.50 in the rates which were provisionally offered to the tenderer and the same were accepted by the Competent Au...

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Sep 20 2007 (TRI)

C.L. Sesha Sastri S/O Vs. Union of India (Uoi), by Its

Court : Central Administrative Tribunal CAT

1. This Original Application under Section 19 of the Administrative Tribunals Act, 1985 has been filed against the inertia and inaction on the part of the respondents in not giving promotion in favour of applicant No. 1 to the post of Private Secretary `B' inspite of the fact that his name was empanelled. (a) The applicant No. 1 being appointed to the post of Stenographer in the office of the Director, LRDE under the Ministry of Defence, Government of India assumed charge of the said post on 2.12.1968. He was promoted to the post of Stenographer Grade-II on 9.11.1978. He was further promoted to the post of Senior Personal Assistant w.e.f. 22.7.1993 which post was later re-designated as Private Secretary "A". (b) The applicant No. 1 submits that the 1st respondent vide communication No. DOP/06/62096/PS`B'/05 dated 17.12.2004 to the 3rd respondent informed that the applicant's name was empanelled in the list of promotion to the post of Private Secretary `B' in the time-scale of pay of R...

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Sep 20 2007 (TRI)

Promad Dande S/O Laxman Rao Dande Vs. the Joint National Savings

Court : Central Administrative Tribunal CAT

1. The applicant who has been working as Assistant Director (now declared surplus as District Savings Officer) under the official respondents (Respondents-1&2) has filed this OA seeking the following reliefs: (a) Set aside Annexure A-10 dated 20-3-2006 bearing No. 602-03/1(ADM)Res.NSO/05-06/A3 (b) set aside the order dt. 28th Sept. 2006 vide annexure-A11 bearing No. 9460-61/VIG/CAT/312 and also para-2 of the said order and also order dt. 9th Oct. 2006 vide Annexure A-12 bearing No. 2235/1/3(1)PD/CC/06-07 respectively. (c) issue further direction to the Respondents to retain the applicant in the National Savings Institute at Bangalore. (d) and issue such other direction as deems fit in the circumstances of the case and also award cost of this application.2. The brief facts are as follows: the applicant was originally appointed as District Savings Officer on 6-5-1982. As per the All India Eligibility List of District Savings Officers as on 1-2-1999 the applicant was senior to Respon...

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Sep 19 2007 (TRI)

C.V. Mohan Kumar Vs. the Commissioner of Central

Court : Central Administrative Tribunal CAT

Reported in : (2008)(2)SLJ104CAT

1. The applicant who is working as Superintendent of Central Excise in Bangalore HI Commissionerate is aggrieved by the punishment of reduction in pay by two stages from Rs. 9900 to Rs. 9500 in the scale of Rs. 6500-200-10,500 for a period of two years with effect from 1.10.2004 with further direction that he will not earn increments of pay during the period of reduction and the reduction will not have the effect of postponing his future increments of pay.2. The case of the applicant is that departmental proceedings were initiated against him under Rule 14 of CCS (CCA) Rules, 1965 vide Charge Memorandum dated the 31.7.2000 (Annexure-A2). The charge framed against him was that when he was working as Superintendent of Central Excise, Bellary, Range, Bellary, on 8.9.99, demanded and made Shri K.Bhaskar Naidu, Inspector of Central Excise Bellary Range, Bellary, to accept an amount of Rs. 5,000/- on behalf and at the instance of him as an illegal gratification other than legal remuneration...

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Aug 22 2007 (TRI)

Sri Dr. T. Sudhakar Bhat S/O. Late Vs. the Union of India (Uoi) by

Court : Central Administrative Tribunal CAT

1. Heard Shri A.R. Holla, learned Counsel for the applicant and Shri K.N. Chandrashekar, S.C.G.S.C for the respondents.2. The above application is filed under Section 19 of the Administrative Tribunals Act, 1989 seeking the following reliefs: (i)The inaction of the respondents to make payment of the retirement benefits of the applicant is unreasonable having regard to the fact that his pension papers were forwarded to the Directorate of Health Services as early as 13.3.2006. There is absolutely no valid reason for the delay in making payment of the retirement benefits to the applicant. Hence, the respondents are liable to be directed to make payment of the same to the applicant with interest at 12% p.a from 30.4.2006 to the date of actual payment. (ii)The only irregularity noticed by the authorities concerned in the pay fixation of the applicant during the earlier period as per Annexure-A1 has been satisfactorily explained by the applicant vide his reply dated 13.3.2006, Annexure-A2. ...

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Aug 09 2007 (TRI)

D. Kenchaiah S/O Late Dhananjaya Vs. Union of India (Uoi), Represented

Court : Central Administrative Tribunal CAT

1. MA No. 237/2006: This MA is for condonation of delay of about 4 years in filing this OA. It is stated in the application that a representation dated 21-9-2002 against the penalty order was pending before the Director General of Postal Services which has not so far been disposed. The respondents in their reply has stated that the representation of the applicant was disposed of in the year 2002 and this OA is filed after lapse of 4 years.2. We have heard Shri B.Venkateshan, learned Counsel for the applicant and Shri K.P.M.Varghese on behalf of Shri S.Prakash Shetty, counsel for the respondents and also perused the averments in the application. We allow the delay condonation application in the interest of justice.Now coming to the OA, the applicant was promoted as Special Grade Driver on 15-12-2001 after culmination of penalty proceedings. As per the provisions of FR 22(I)(a)(1) and FR 23 the option contemplated thereunder has to be exercised within 30 days from the date of promotion ...

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