Author Topic: Issues related to Confirmation/Probation  (Read 42006 times)

gprs1965

  • Real Member
  • **
  • Offline
  • Posts: 171
    • View Profile
    • Email
Re: Issues related to Confirmation/Probation
« Reply #180 on: April 20, 2014, 11:05:40 PM »
profarma deo sangrur di site ton available ho javega

thanks, here is the performa http://deosebti.com/Proforma/Performa%20probation%20Lect.pdf

In performa its written that results of 2 years is required, but i had heard that only 1 year result is required

pashupesh

  • Guest
Re: Issues related to Confirmation/Probation
« Reply #181 on: April 21, 2014, 03:55:23 PM »
Probationary Period ( Parakh kaal ) clear karan baare??

2012 vich master ton lecturer promote hoye lecturers da parakh kal sama paar karan bare kise kol koi news hai taan share karo....

1 saal da result ya 2 saal da result chahida hai???

Gaurav Rathore

  • News Editor
  • *****
  • Offline
  • Posts: 5452
  • Gender: Male
  • Australian Munda
    • View Profile
Re: Issues related to Confirmation/Probation
« Reply #182 on: June 11, 2014, 12:02:20 PM »

Gaurav Rathore

  • News Editor
  • *****
  • Offline
  • Posts: 5452
  • Gender: Male
  • Australian Munda
    • View Profile
Re: Issues related to Confirmation/Probation
« Reply #183 on: June 11, 2014, 12:19:45 PM »
tate Of Punjab vs Dharam Singhon 2 February, 1968Equivalent citations: 1968 AIR 1210, 1968 SCR (3) 1Author: R BachawatBench: Wanchoo, K.N. (Cj), Bachawat, R.S., Shelat, J.M., Mitter, G.K., Vaidyialingam, C.A.PETITIONER:STATE OF PUNJABVs.RESPONDENT:DHARAM SINGHDATE OF JUDGMENT:02/02/1968BENCH:BACHAWAT, R.S.BENCH:BACHAWAT, R.S.WANCHOO, K.N. (CJ)SHELAT, J.M.MITTER, G.K.VAIDYIALINGAM, C.A.CITATION:1968 AIR 1210 1968 SCR (3) 1CITATOR INFO :D 1972 SC1004 (80)D 1974 SC2192 (70,71)F 1977 SC 355 (6)RF 1979 SC1073 (9)RF 1980 SC 42 (6,7)F 1980 SC 57 (3,4,5)RF 1986 SC1844 (3)R 1987 SC2135 (7)F 1988 SC 286 (4)D 1991 SC1402 (4)ACT:Punjab Educational Service (Provincialised Cadre) ClassIII, Rules, 1961, r. 6(3)--Probationer against permanent post allowed to continue after period of probation--Effect--When amounts to confirmation.HEADNOTE:The respondents, who were teachers in District Board Schools were taken over by the State of Punjab with effect from 1st October 1957 when the Local Bodies Schools in the State were provincialised. The Punjab Educational Service (Provincialised Cadre) Class III Rules were framed in 1961 but were deemed to have come into force on 1st October 1957. Underr. 6(1) of the Rules the respondents, who were officiating in permanent posts against permanent vacancies were deemed to have held their posts on probation, in the first instance, for one year from 1st October 1957. On the completion of this initial period of probation on 1st October 1958. four courses of action were open to the 'appointing authority under r. 6(3), namely, (a) to extend the period of probation, provided the total period of probation, including extensions, would not exceed three years, or (b) to revert the employee to his former post if he was promoted from some lower post, or (c) to dispense with his services if his work or conduct during the periodof probation was unsatisfactory, or (d) to confirm him in his appointment. As, the respondentswere not promoted from lower posts there was no question of their reversion. No other order was however passed. but the authority continued them in their posts for three years, that is, upto1st October 1960 and even thereafter; allowed them to draw annual increments of salary including the increment which felldue on 1st October 1962; and some time in 1963, terminated their services. The orders of termination were passed without holding any departmental enquiryand without giving the respondents any opportunity to make any representation.The writ petitions filed by the respondets challenging the orders were allowed by the High Court. The High Court held that the respondents were not temporary employees that on the expiry of three years' period of probation they must be deemed to have been confirmed in their posts, that the impugned orders having deprived them of their right to those posts amounted to removal from service by way of punishment and were passed in violation of Art. 311 and the Punjab Civil Services (Punishment and Appeal) Rules, 1952. In appeal to this Court,HELD : The impugned orders were rightly set aside by the HighCourt. [7 E]Where on the completion of the specified period of probation an employee is allowed to continue in the post without an order of confirmation, in the absence of anything to the contrary in the original order of appointment or promotion or the Service Rules,- the initial period of Probation is deemed to be extended by necessary implication. But, where, as in the present case, theService Rules fix a certain period of time beyond which the2probationary period cannot be extend-ad, and an employee appointed or promoted to a post on probation is allowed to continue in that post after the completion of the maximum period of probation without an express order of confirmation, he cannot be deemed to continue in that post as a probationer. The reason is that such an implication is negatived by the service rule forbidding extension of the probationary period beyond the maximum period fixed by it. In such a case, it is permissible to draw the inference that the employee'allowed to continue in the post on completion of the maximum period of probation has been confirmed in the post by implication. [5 C, G; 6 A-B]Case law refereed to.Narain Singh Ahluwalia v. State of Punjab C.A. No. 492 of 1963 dated 29th January 1964, explained and followed.JUDGMENT:CIVIL APPELLATE JURISDICTION : Civil Appeal No. 787 of 1966.Appeal by special leave from the judgment and order dated November 26, 1964 of the PunjabHigh Court in Letters Patent Appeal No. 354 of 1963 and Civil Appeal No. 1017 of 1966.Appeal by special leave from the judgment and order dated January 7,1965 of the Punjab High Court in Letters Patent Appeal No. 162 of 1964.Vikram Mahajan and S. P. Nayar, for the appellant (in C.A. No. 787 of 1966).R. N. Sachthey, for the appellant (in C.A. No. 1017 of 1966).Mohan Behari Lal, for the respondent (in both the appeals). The Judgment of the Court was delivered by Bachawat, J. These two connected appeals raise a common question of construction of r. 6 of the Punjab Educational Service (Provincialised Cadre) Class III Rules, 1961, Before October 1, 1957, Dharam Singh and Dev Raj,the respondents to these appeals, were junior teachers in District Board schools. The District Board schools were provincialised, and the services of the respondents were taken over by the Punjab State with effect from October 1, 1957 in pursuance of a scheme of provincialisation of Local Bodies schools in the State. On February13, 1961, the Governor of Punjab in exercise of the powers conferred by the proviso to Art. 309 of the Constitution framed the Punjab Educational Service (Provincialised Cadre) Class III Rules, 1961 regulating the conditions of service of the teaching staff taken over by the State Government from the local authorities. Rule 1 provides that the rules will be deemed to have come into force with effect from October 1, 1957. Rule 3 created the Punjab Educa-3tional (provincialised Cadre) Class III Service consisting of theposts shown in Appendix A. It is common case that the posts heldby the respondents are included in Appendix A and carry time scales of pay. Rule 6 is in these terms: "6(1). Members of the Service, officiating or to be promoted against permanent posts, shall be on probation in the first instance for one year.(2) Officiating service shall be reckoned as period spent on probation, but no member who has officiated in any appointmentfor one year shall be entitled to be confirmed unless he is appointed against a permanent vacancy.(3) On the completion of the period of probation the authority competent to make appointment may confirm the member in his appointment, or if his work or conduct during the period of, probation has been in his opinionunsatisfactory he may dispense with his services or may extend his period of probation by such period as he may deem fit or revert him to his former post if hewas promoted from some lower post.Provided that the total period of probation including extensions, if any, shall not exceed three years.(4) Service spent on deputation to a corresponding or higher postmay be allowed to count towards the period of probation, if there is a permanent vacancy against which such member can be confirmed."The respondents were officiating in permanent posts and under r. 6(3) they continued to hold those posts on probation in the first instance for one year. The maximum period of probation fixed by the rules was three yearswhich expired on October 1, 1960. The respondents continuedto hold their posts after October 1, 1960, but formal orders confirming them in their posts were not passed. Under r. 7, the Director of Public Instruction, Punjab was the appointing authority. By two separate orders passed on February 10, 1963 andApril 4, 1963, the Director terminated. their services. The order in each case stated that theservices of the respondent concerned "are hereby terminated in accordance with the terms of his employment. Theorder shall take effect after one month from the date it is served on him." Rule 12 provides that in matters relating to discipline, punishment and appeals, membe

bhullar613

  • Guest
Re: Issues related to Confirmation/Probation
« Reply #184 on: July 03, 2014, 06:33:39 PM »
je kise kol confermation case nal related performas Han ta please upload kar dio

parminder dhindsa

  • Guest
Re: Issues related to Confirmation/Probation
« Reply #185 on: July 03, 2014, 08:04:02 PM »
up load kive karna hai

bhullar613

  • Guest
Re: Issues related to Confirmation/Probation
« Reply #186 on: July 04, 2014, 09:49:02 PM »
mail krdo jee manpreet613@gmail.com te

Rajinder Kumar

  • Guest
Re: Issues related to Confirmation/Probation
« Reply #187 on: July 10, 2014, 11:03:28 AM »
sir,
please tell me that can  i study in probation period.

Rajinder Kumar

  • Guest
Re: Issues related to Confirmation/Probation
« Reply #188 on: July 10, 2014, 11:31:46 AM »
dear sir,

please tell me that is there any provision to do study in probation period and permission letter through DDO

madhvi

  • Guest
Re: Issues related to Confirmation/Probation
« Reply #189 on: July 10, 2014, 01:40:07 PM »
yes but wid permission

 

GoogleTagged



News related to Property Details of "A" and "B" Class Employees

Started by rupinderjit

Replies: 3
Views: 6001
Last post December 05, 2015, 07:01:31 PM
by Hannibal
Related ETT / JBT & C & V Cadre to Master Cadre promotion

Started by Gaurav Rathore

Replies: 0
Views: 7953
Last post June 02, 2015, 05:57:55 PM
by Gaurav Rathore
News related to Teaching Fellows, 9998 posts, Ads 2007

Started by RAJ

Replies: 214
Views: 65305
Last post February 17, 2017, 10:54:25 AM
by jackwarner
Changes in Existing Rules in Issuance of Travel Document(Passport-Related )

Started by SHANDAL

Replies: 2
Views: 335
Last post December 12, 2016, 09:56:57 AM
by SHANDAL
2001 vich jo master cadre di recruitment hoi c us related

Started by raj

Replies: 2
Views: 1071
Last post June 27, 2016, 06:14:09 PM
by rocky777