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Aug 08 2013 (TRI)

Amit Dabas Vs. Govt. of Nct of Delhi Through Chief Secretary and Other ...

Court : Central Administrative Tribunal CAT Principal Bench New Delhi

V. Ajay Kumar, Member (J): This OA has been filed under Section 19 of the Administrative Tribunals Act, 1985 seeking the following reliefs: to direct the respondents to extend the benefits of Judgment dated 15.09.2008 passed in various Original Applications (Annexure - A2) and examine the case of the applicant if he is found similarly placed persons like Judgment dated 15.9.2008 (Annexure - A2) he may be offered the post of TGT Hindi (Male) under OBC Category extending the benefits of judgment dated 5.9.2008 in accordance with law. To direct the respondents to consider the candidature of the applicant for the aforesaid post in terms of judgment dated 15.9.2008 and he may be given consequential benefits accordingly. To allow the original application with all consequential benefits. To pass any other and further order which this Honble Tribunal may deem fit and proper in favour of the applicant and against the respondents. 2. The applicant belongs to OBC category and passed B.A. Degree w...

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Aug 07 2013 (TRI)

Sh. Rakesh Beniwal Vs. the Chief Secretary, Govt. of Nct of Delhi Delh ...

Court : Central Administrative Tribunal CAT Principal Bench New Delhi

Shekhar Agarwal, Member (A) MA-1227/2012 filed for joining together in one application is allowed. 2. The applicants have sought the following relief:- (a) To declare the action of respondents in not fixing the seniority of applicants inspite of order of this Honble Tribunal and promoting their juniors as DASS Grade-I as illegal, arbitrary and unconstitutional. (b) To direct the respondents to fix the seniority and pay of the applicants as Grade-II (DASS) at par with their batchmates and juniors appearing at SI No. 6691, 6556, 6532, 6508 and 6610 respectively of the Seniority list of DASS Grade-II and consider them for promotion to Grade-I DASS from February, 2011 with all consequential benefits including arrears of pay. allow the OA with cost. To pass such other and further orders which their lordships of this Honble Tribunal deem fit and proper in the existing facts and circumstances of the case. 3. During the pendency of the O.A. the seniority of the applicants was fixed to their sa...

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Aug 07 2013 (TRI)

Smt. Bimla Kaushik Vs. Mahanagar Telephone Nigam Ltd. Through Its Chai ...

Court : Central Administrative Tribunal CAT Principal Bench New Delhi

Shekhar Agarwal, Member (A) This Original Application has been filed by Smt. Bimla Kaushik who is the widow and legal heir of Sh. Ram Kumar Kaushik. The applicant has sought the following relief:- (i) That the Honble Tribunal may graciously be pleased to pass an order of quashing the impugned order dated 3.5.2012 (A/1), declaring to the effect that the same is illegal, arbitrary and against the law of the land and consequently, pass an order directing the respondents to consider and grant promotion to the husband of the applicant as Junior Telephone Operator (JTO) w.e.f 1.10.2002 i.e. from the date of promotion of junior persons with all the consequential benefits including the arrears of difference of pay and allowances and consequently pass an order directing the respondents to revise the pensionary benefits, with all consequential benefits including the arrears with interest. (ii) Any other relief which this Honble Tribunal may deem fit and proper in the peculiar facts and circumsta...

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Aug 07 2013 (TRI)

Sh. Sukhbir Singh and Others Vs. Union of India and Others

Court : Central Administrative Tribunal CAT Principal Bench New Delhi

Shekhar Agarwal, Member (A) The applicants, who are 4 in number, are aggrieved by their non-selection for the post of Junior Reception Officer (JRO). They have sought the following relief:- (i) That this Honble Tribunal may graciously be pleased to direct the respondents to call for all relevant records for promotion to the post of Junior Reception Officer (JRO) before this Honble Tribunal. (ii) That this Honble Tribunal may graciously be pleased to allow this original application and set aside the impugned notification dated 21.5.2012 issued by respondent no.3 for conducted the selection for the post of Junior Reception Officer (JRO). (iii) That this Honble Tribunal may graciously be pleased to allow this Original Application and direct the respondents to Review the Selection procedure for the post of Junior Reception Officer (JRO) on the basis of Seniority-cum-Suitability according to the Recruitment Rules dated 16.2.2012 issued by respondents. (iv) That any other or further relief w...

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Aug 06 2013 (TRI)

M.M. Kohli Vs. Secretary, Ministry of Railways, Railway Board and Anot ...

Court : Central Administrative Tribunal CAT Principal Bench New Delhi

Shekhar Agarwal, Member (A) The applicant has sought the following relief:- (i) That this Honble Tribunal may be graciously pleased to allow this application and quash the impugned orders. That this Honble Tribunal may be further pleased to direct the respondents to give all consequential benefits and refund the amount of pension which has already been recovered from the Applicant with interest. That the Honble Tribunal may also be pleased to award any other or further relief which this Honble Tribunal may deem fit and proper on the facts and in the circumstances of the case. That the cost of these proceedings may kindly be granted in favour of Applicant. 2. The facts of the case are that applicant joined Railways as a Chargeman on 20.08.1964. Gradually, he got promoted to the post of Divisional Electrical Engineer. On 13.02.2003 he was served with a charge sheet for major penalty on the following charges:- Charge no.1 He nominated a Senior scale Accounts Officer as one of the member o...

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Aug 06 2013 (TRI)

Jai Bhagwan Vs. Union of India Through Its Secretary, Ministry of Home ...

Court : Central Administrative Tribunal CAT Principal Bench New Delhi

Shekhar Agarwal, Member (A) The applicant has sought the following relief:- (a) Quash and set aside the impugned orders mentioned in Para 1 of the OA and (b) Direct the respondents to reinstate the Applicant back in service and accord all consequential benefits to the Applicant viz. back wages, seniority, promotion etc. And/or (c) To pass any further order, which this Honble Tribunal may deem fit, just equitable in the facts and circumstances of the case. And (d) To award exemplary cost/damages/compensation in favor of the Applicant and against the respondents. 2. Facts of the case are that the applicant was appointed to the post of Junior Intelligence Officer Grade-II on 12.01.2009. On 23.06.2010 his services were terminated by the impugned order, which reads as follows:- In pursuance of the Proviso to sub-rule(1) of rule 5 of the Central Civil Service (Temporary Service) Rules 1965. I Ravinder Singh, Assistant Director hereby terminate forthwith the services of Shri Jai Bhagwan, JIO-...

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Jul 19 2013 (TRI)

Tushar Keshaorao Deshmukh Vs. Union of India Through Its Secretary, De ...

Court : Central Administrative Tribunal CAT Principal Bench New Delhi

V.N. Gaur, Member (A): Applicant in this OA is a hearing impaired person with disability from Other Backward Classes (OBC) category, who has made attempts at Civil Services Examination (CSE) a number of times. He has sought for the following reliefs: a)Quash the decision of Respondent No.2 UPSC cancelling the candidature of the Applicant in the Civil Services Examination 2012 communicated to the Applicant by the letter dated 15.02.2013; and b)Quash the provision in the Rule 4 of the Civil Services Examination 2012 rules notified on 4.02.2012 by the Respondent No.1 and Clause 3 (IV) of the Respondent No.2s notification No.04/2012-CSP dated 11.02.2012 for the CSE 2012 providing a maximum of seven attempts for the disabled candidates from OBC category and direct the Respondents to amend the said provisions so as to provide for a maximum of ten attempts for eligible disabled candidates from the OBC category; and c) Direct the Respondent No.2 UPSC to allow the Applicant up to ten attempts a...

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Jul 09 2013 (TRI)

Mrs. Rita Vohra Vs. Govt. of Nct of Delhi Through the Chief Secretary

Court : Central Administrative Tribunal CAT Principal Bench New Delhi

1. The applicant has filed this O.A. seeking the following relief:- Full Pay and Allowances for the period 04/06/2012 to 01/09/2012 alongwith increment due on 01/07/2012. 2. Facts of the case are that the applicant while working as Grade-III DASS/UDC with the respondents was placed under suspension vide order dated 04.06.2012 on the ground that disciplinary proceedings were contemplated against her. Subsequently this suspension was extended beyond 90 days for a further period of 180 days vide order dated 03.09.2012. The extension was challenged by the applicant in this Tribunal by filing OA3173/2012. This O.A. was disposed of by this Tribunal vide order dated 19.10.2012 by which the extension of the suspension period of the applicant was set aside on the ground that the extension had not been made before expiry of 90 days period from her suspension order and was consequently in violation of the CCS(CCA) Rules, 1965. However, the initial suspension order was neither challenged nor adjud...

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Jul 09 2013 (TRI)

Surya Prakash Agarwal Vs. Union of India Through Principal Secretary t ...

Court : Central Administrative Tribunal CAT Principal Bench New Delhi

G. George Paracken, J. 1. The Applicant has filed this Original Application seeking the following reliefs:- (a) To set aside order dated 19th September 2011 passed by Surveyor General rejecting applicants departmental Second Appeal dated 9th June, 2011. To set aside order dated 6th December, 1983 passed by Respondent rejecting applicants departmental Review Petition in applicants First Appeal dated 13th February, 2012. To set aside order dated 28th April, 1983 (vide communication dated 1st May 1983) passed by Respondent rejecting applicants departmental First Appeal dated 24th November 1983. To set aside order dated 5th February 1975 passed by Surveyor General rejecting applicants representation dated 19th December 1974. To set aside order dated 4/6th June 1973 passed by Dean, Indian Photo interpretation Institute, Survey of India accepting applicants resignation with effect from 4th June, 1973 (After noon). To direct respondent for showing applicants conditional resignation letter dat...

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Jul 03 2013 (TRI)

Pitam Singh Vs. Government of N.C.T. of Delhi Through Chief Secretary, ...

Court : Central Administrative Tribunal CAT Principal Bench New Delhi

1. The applicant of this OA was a work-charged regular employee of the respondents posted at ISBT, Kashmere Gate, Delhi as a Pump Operator-II. 2. He fell ill and his illness was detected as cancer by the St. Stephens Hospital, after which he was referred to the Dharamshila Hospital, and a long treatment was given to him at the Dharamshila Cancer Hospital and Research Centre. With God's grace, he recovered from the said illness. He then submitted his medical bills totalling to Rs.4,98,164/- to the respondent-authority. The respondent authority, in turn, cleared 80% of those medical bills, by passing the bills in respect of Rs.3,99,744/-, through their orders dated 13.11.2007, 06.12.2007, 28.12.2007, 11.01.2008, 22.01.2008, 11.02.2008 and 07.05.2008. However, being dissatisfied with the balance amount of Rs.98,420/- having remained unpaid or un-reimbursed, the applicant earlier came before this Tribunal in OA 67/2011, which was disposed of on 10.01.2011 with the following orders: 2. In v...

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