Friday, 21 September 2018

NOTES ON FUNDAMENTAL RULES & SUPPLEMENTARY RULES (FR&SR)



NOTES ON FUNDAMENTAL RULES & SUPPLEMENTARY RULES  (FR&SR) 








1.    Fundamental Rules (FRs) are the set of general rules by which all Government Servants whose pay is debitable to the Civil Estimates and to any other class of Government Servants too which the President of India may, by general or special order, declare them to be applicable.  The different provisions of these Rules are supplemented by further elaboration through Supplementary Rules (SR).   These rules had been brought into force with effect from 1st January, 1922.

2.     Before going into the different segments of the FR&SR, you may be pondering over that these Rules are still continuing to apply on the existing Government servants.  In this regard, you may like to know that Article 372 of the Constitution stipulates that all the laws in force in the territory of India immediately before the commencement of this Constitution shall continue in force therein until altered or repealed or amended by a competent Legislature or other competent authority.  Further, Proviso to Article 309 of the Constitution of India empowers the President of India, inter alia, to make rules regulating the recruitment and the conditions of service of persons appointed.

3.    Four more parts of the Fundamental Rules & Supplementary Rules (FR&SR) deal with :-

    a)   Part II   : Travelling Allowances
    b)   Part III : CCS (Leave) Rules, 1972
    c)   Part IV : Dearness Allowances
    d)    Part V : House Rent Allowance & City Compensatory Allowance

4.    The Fundamental Rules cover entire gamut of events/situations which occur from the day of joining to the payment of pension post retirement.  A brief reflection of the topics covered by the FR&SR (Part I) is given below the download copy :-

5.    As may be seen that separate rules have been framed for different provisions of the Fundamental Rules and brought into force from different dates.  Further, these rules have been elaborately discussed in different sections of the ADR monograph.  The participants may like to go through those sections for the application of these rules.







NOTES ON FUNDAMENTAL RULES & SUPPLEMENTARY RULES  (FR&SR) 








1.    Fundamental Rules (FRs) are the set of general rules by which all Government Servants whose pay is debitable to the Civil Estimates and to any other class of Government Servants too which the President of India may, by general or special order, declare them to be applicable.  The different provisions of these Rules are supplemented by further elaboration through Supplementary Rules (SR).   These rules had been brought into force with effect from 1st January, 1922.

2.     Before going into the different segments of the FR&SR, you may be pondering over that these Rules are still continuing to apply on the existing Government servants.  In this regard, you may like to know that Article 372 of the Constitution stipulates that all the laws in force in the territory of India immediately before the commencement of this Constitution shall continue in force therein until altered or repealed or amended by a competent Legislature or other competent authority.  Further, Proviso to Article 309 of the Constitution of India empowers the President of India, inter alia, to make rules regulating the recruitment and the conditions of service of persons appointed.

3.    Four more parts of the Fundamental Rules & Supplementary Rules (FR&SR) deal with :-

    a)   Part II   : Travelling Allowances
    b)   Part III : CCS (Leave) Rules, 1972
    c)   Part IV : Dearness Allowances
    d)    Part V : House Rent Allowance & City Compensatory Allowance

4.    The Fundamental Rules cover entire gamut of events/situations which occur from the day of joining to the payment of pension post retirement.  A brief reflection of the topics covered by the FR&SR (Part I) is given below the download copy :-

5.    As may be seen that separate rules have been framed for different provisions of the Fundamental Rules and brought into force from different dates.  Further, these rules have been elaborately discussed in different sections of the ADR monograph.  The participants may like to go through those sections for the application of these rules.





Thursday, 20 September 2018

Rc. No. ESE02-27021, Dated: 09-09-2018. Mid-Day Meal Scheme - adverse news articles on quality eggs being supplied to the children Guidelines for providing good quality eggs - lnstructions issued



PROCEEDINGS OF THE COMMISSIONER OF SCHOOL EDUCATION
ANDHRA PRADESH :: AMARAVATI

Present: G.Srinivas, IAS


           Rc. No. ESE02-27021/1 3/2018-MDM-CSE,               
Dated: 09-09-2018








Sub: School Education - Mid-Day Meal Scheme - adverse news articles on quality eggs being supplied to the children Guidelines for providing good quality eggs - lnstructions issued - Regarding.

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      The attention of all the District Educational Officers in the State are informed that various drawbacks in supply of qualitative and quantitative eggs under Mid-Day Meal Scheme in the state have been reported. Several news articles highlighting the various drawbacks in suppty of quality eggs to the schools havebeen published recently in various newspapers all over the State, more in Kurnool district. The issues, highlighted in news articles are:

l .   The quality and quantity of eggs being supplied are not up to the mark.

2.   ln certain schools spoiled eggs are being supplied.

3.   ln some of the schools the cracks are visible on eggs and consequently eggs getting spoiled and insects are growing.

4.   The distributing Agencies are not supplying eggs as per quality specifications.

5.   The supply of underweight eggs is frequent in certain areas/schools.

     The District Educational Officers are informed that such derogative articles in newspapers pointing out the faiture in monitoring the supply of eggs under a flagship programme tike Mid-Day Meal programme are not onty deflating the objectives of the scheme but also degrading the image of the Department.

     Besides, from the observations of State Food Commission and news articles in daily newspapers it is evident that the eggs, being supplied under Mid-Day Meal Scheme, fail frequently to meet the quality specifications of tender norms/conditions in certain schools. As per Clause.25(a) of tender if the successful tenderer fails to deliver the materiats as per the delivery schedule specified, the Commissioner of School Education has the right to levy penalty or cancel the order partially or in full and the Supplier is bound to pay the consequential loss if any sustained by the Commissioner of School Education.

     ln view of the above circumstances and keeping in view the importance of the scheme the steps to be taken by the field officers to rectify the deficiencies at various levels are provided hereunder:


l. Steps to be taken by the HMs/ Agencies at School level:

1.   At the time of receipt of eggs have to check that the shell is not cracked or slimy. Sliminess or cracks can indicate the presence of bacteria.

2.   The date of supply shall be noted in the presence of the supplier. The Head Masters shall be present at the time of receipt of eggs and certify the quality and quantity of eggs with cotour code.

3.   The Supplier shall be asked to carry an appliance to measure the weight of eggs at the time of delivery.

4.   The eggs, found spoiled after delivery, shall be kept aside and got reptaced within the week without fail.

5.   Ensure that the spoiled/ cracked/ underweight eggs are get replaced with quatity eggs on the spot.

6.   Ensure that the eggs shall be served to the children within the week from the date of supply of eggs. No spoiled egg shall be cooked and served to the children.

7.   The eggs shall be cteaned first and stored in well ventilated place at room temperature . The eggs shall not be preserved in closed (air tight)Almarah's or vessets or near stove or cooking area.

8.   Any differences with the supplier shall immediately be reported to the higher authorities and get the problem solved.

9.   The SMC's meetings shall regularly be held and they have to take suitable steps for the implementation of MDM and supply of eggs.

ll. Steps to be taken by the MEOs/Dy. Educational Officers:

1.   Properly monitor the supply of quality eggs by the suppliers.

2.   Random inspections shall be conducted to check the quality and quantity of eggs, being served.

3.   Monthly meetings shall be conducted with the Suppliers, Head Masters and Cooking Agencies to discuss all the issues relating to supply of eggs.

4.   Soon after report of incidence of supply of underweight or spoiled eggs the supplier shall be summoned and get the underweight or spoiled eggs replaced with quality eggs immediately.

5.   ldentify the reason for supply of spoiled eggs and report the matter immediately to the higher authorities with specific remarks.

6.   Utilise the Parent Teacher Association and other mechanisms inmonitoring the implementation of MDM especiatlly supply of quality eggs.

lll. Steps to be taken by the Regional joint Directors/ District Educational Officers:

1.   Review the supply of eggs monthly with the MEOs/ Dy. Educational Officers and take immediate steps to solve the problem, if any.

2.   Wherever it is observed that the supplier is not supplying the eggs as per specifications a show cause notice shall be issued immediately to the supplier for rectification of deficiencies. lf the supplier fails to rectify the deficiencies, the matter shall be reported to the undersigned with specific remarks and evidences for keeping the supplier under blacklist.

3.   White certifying the bills relating to supply of eggs ensure that the cost of spoited eggs is not included and there shall be no double claim.

4.   During inspections, the issues relating to the quatity of MDM especially eggs shall be checked.

5.   Ensure that there shatll be no interruption in supply of eggs to the students in the districts under MDM.

6.   The matter shall be kept under the notice of the District Collector, concerned.

      The Regional Joint Directors and the District Educational Officers are directed to inspect at least two schools in a week at the time of Mid-Day Meal, verify the quality of meals and eggs being supplied/ served, take required steps to rectify the deficiencies, found if any, and submit report to the Commissioner of School Education.

      Further, all the District Educational Officers are requested to ensures that the above guidelines are properly reached all the field officers, schools & teachers' immediately and get implemented property.


G. SRINIVAS
COMMISSIONER OF SCHOOL EDUCATION





PROCEEDINGS OF THE COMMISSIONER OF SCHOOL EDUCATION
ANDHRA PRADESH :: AMARAVATI

Present: G.Srinivas, IAS


           Rc. No. ESE02-27021/1 3/2018-MDM-CSE,               
Dated: 09-09-2018








Sub: School Education - Mid-Day Meal Scheme - adverse news articles on quality eggs being supplied to the children Guidelines for providing good quality eggs - lnstructions issued - Regarding.

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      The attention of all the District Educational Officers in the State are informed that various drawbacks in supply of qualitative and quantitative eggs under Mid-Day Meal Scheme in the state have been reported. Several news articles highlighting the various drawbacks in suppty of quality eggs to the schools havebeen published recently in various newspapers all over the State, more in Kurnool district. The issues, highlighted in news articles are:

l .   The quality and quantity of eggs being supplied are not up to the mark.

2.   ln certain schools spoiled eggs are being supplied.

3.   ln some of the schools the cracks are visible on eggs and consequently eggs getting spoiled and insects are growing.

4.   The distributing Agencies are not supplying eggs as per quality specifications.

5.   The supply of underweight eggs is frequent in certain areas/schools.

     The District Educational Officers are informed that such derogative articles in newspapers pointing out the faiture in monitoring the supply of eggs under a flagship programme tike Mid-Day Meal programme are not onty deflating the objectives of the scheme but also degrading the image of the Department.

     Besides, from the observations of State Food Commission and news articles in daily newspapers it is evident that the eggs, being supplied under Mid-Day Meal Scheme, fail frequently to meet the quality specifications of tender norms/conditions in certain schools. As per Clause.25(a) of tender if the successful tenderer fails to deliver the materiats as per the delivery schedule specified, the Commissioner of School Education has the right to levy penalty or cancel the order partially or in full and the Supplier is bound to pay the consequential loss if any sustained by the Commissioner of School Education.

     ln view of the above circumstances and keeping in view the importance of the scheme the steps to be taken by the field officers to rectify the deficiencies at various levels are provided hereunder:


l. Steps to be taken by the HMs/ Agencies at School level:

1.   At the time of receipt of eggs have to check that the shell is not cracked or slimy. Sliminess or cracks can indicate the presence of bacteria.

2.   The date of supply shall be noted in the presence of the supplier. The Head Masters shall be present at the time of receipt of eggs and certify the quality and quantity of eggs with cotour code.

3.   The Supplier shall be asked to carry an appliance to measure the weight of eggs at the time of delivery.

4.   The eggs, found spoiled after delivery, shall be kept aside and got reptaced within the week without fail.

5.   Ensure that the spoiled/ cracked/ underweight eggs are get replaced with quatity eggs on the spot.

6.   Ensure that the eggs shall be served to the children within the week from the date of supply of eggs. No spoiled egg shall be cooked and served to the children.

7.   The eggs shall be cteaned first and stored in well ventilated place at room temperature . The eggs shall not be preserved in closed (air tight)Almarah's or vessets or near stove or cooking area.

8.   Any differences with the supplier shall immediately be reported to the higher authorities and get the problem solved.

9.   The SMC's meetings shall regularly be held and they have to take suitable steps for the implementation of MDM and supply of eggs.

ll. Steps to be taken by the MEOs/Dy. Educational Officers:

1.   Properly monitor the supply of quality eggs by the suppliers.

2.   Random inspections shall be conducted to check the quality and quantity of eggs, being served.

3.   Monthly meetings shall be conducted with the Suppliers, Head Masters and Cooking Agencies to discuss all the issues relating to supply of eggs.

4.   Soon after report of incidence of supply of underweight or spoiled eggs the supplier shall be summoned and get the underweight or spoiled eggs replaced with quality eggs immediately.

5.   ldentify the reason for supply of spoiled eggs and report the matter immediately to the higher authorities with specific remarks.

6.   Utilise the Parent Teacher Association and other mechanisms inmonitoring the implementation of MDM especiatlly supply of quality eggs.

lll. Steps to be taken by the Regional joint Directors/ District Educational Officers:

1.   Review the supply of eggs monthly with the MEOs/ Dy. Educational Officers and take immediate steps to solve the problem, if any.

2.   Wherever it is observed that the supplier is not supplying the eggs as per specifications a show cause notice shall be issued immediately to the supplier for rectification of deficiencies. lf the supplier fails to rectify the deficiencies, the matter shall be reported to the undersigned with specific remarks and evidences for keeping the supplier under blacklist.

3.   White certifying the bills relating to supply of eggs ensure that the cost of spoited eggs is not included and there shall be no double claim.

4.   During inspections, the issues relating to the quatity of MDM especially eggs shall be checked.

5.   Ensure that there shatll be no interruption in supply of eggs to the students in the districts under MDM.

6.   The matter shall be kept under the notice of the District Collector, concerned.

      The Regional Joint Directors and the District Educational Officers are directed to inspect at least two schools in a week at the time of Mid-Day Meal, verify the quality of meals and eggs being supplied/ served, take required steps to rectify the deficiencies, found if any, and submit report to the Commissioner of School Education.

      Further, all the District Educational Officers are requested to ensures that the above guidelines are properly reached all the field officers, schools & teachers' immediately and get implemented property.


G. SRINIVAS
COMMISSIONER OF SCHOOL EDUCATION



HM గా పనిచేస్తూ అనారోగ్య కారణాల చేత SA గా రివర్సన్ తీసుకోవాలని అనుకుంటే పరిస్థితి ఏమిటి ?



FR14 ప్రకారం HM పోస్టులో లీన్ స్థిరీకరణ జరిగే వరకు SA పోస్టులో మీ లీన్ కొనసాగుతుంది. కనుక మీరు రివర్షన్ తీసుకోవచ్చు. ఐతే పదోన్నతి ద్వారా వచ్చిన 2 ఇంక్రిమెంట్లు రద్దు అవుతాయి. SA క్యాడర్ లో తదుపరి AAS కి అర్హత ఉండదు.




GOVERNMENT OF ANDHRA PRADESH 
ABSTRACT 

FUNDAMENTAL RULES – Lien  - Amendment to FR  14  –  Orders  –  Issued

FINANCE (FR.I)  DEPARTMENT 
G.O. Ms. No. 144                         dated: 19-05-2009












ORDER :  
     
     According  to  FR  12-A,  a  Government  Servant  will  acquire  a  lien  on  his appointment  to  a  substantive  post  and  ceases  to  hold  any  lien  previously  acquired  on  any other  post.      Various  situations  have  come  to  involve  in  which  a  Government  Servant’s lien  on  a  substantive  post  is  continued  even  though  he  is  not  discharging  the  duties  of   that post. 

2.  According  to  FR  13,  unless  the  lien  of  a  Government  Servant  is  suspended  under Rule  14,  or  transferred  under  Rule  14-B,  a  Government  servant  holding  substantively  a permanent  post  retains  a  lien  on  that  post  in  the  circumstances  specified  thereunder.    The Head  of  the  Department  is  empowered  to  suspend  the  lien  in  respect  of  any  post  to  which it  or  an  authority  subordinate  to  it  can  appoint.    Under  FR  14-A,  the  lien  of  a  Government Servant  cannot  be  terminated,  if  as  a    result  of  such  termination  will     leave  the Government  Servant  without  a  lien  or  a  suspended  lien  upon  a  permanent  post.    FR  14, 14-A  and  14-B,  confer  a  right  to  employees  to  retain  their  lien  on  a  permanent  post  until the employee(s)  acquire  (s) lien on another  permanent post. 

3.   According  to  instructions  issued  by  the  General  Admn.  (Services)  Dept.  under rule  21  of  AP  State  and  Subordinate  Service      Rules,  a  person  appointed  to  a  Government Service  shall  be  confirmed  in  any  service,  only  once  during  his  service  in  the Government  at  the  entry  grade,  regardless    of  the  fact  whether  there  is  a  permanent  or substantive  post  or  vacancy  available  in  that  service.    Thus,  a  situation  has  been  created under  General  Rules  that  it  is  not  at  all  required  to  confer  full  membership  on  each  and every  post  either  on  promotion  or  appointment  by  transfer,  which  is  lacking  harmony  to some  extent  with  the  provisions  of  FRs  under  which  lien  is  acquired  only  on  substantive appointment to a post.   

4.   The  Fundamental  Rules,  dealing  with  lien,  partly  display  obsolescence  since  the time  they  were  framed  in  view  of  changed  circumstances.  This  is  because  in  a  majority  of cases  appointments  are  made  only  on  temporary  basis  which  are  subsequently  regularized and  probation  declared.  In  such  cases,  the  individuals,  as  they  are  not  appointed substantively,  do  not  acquire  any  lien  on  any  post  at  all  which  is  not  contemplated  under F.Rs. 

5.   During  the  DPC  meeting  held  on  30-6-2007  in  Finance  Department,  the  DPC members  also  observed  that  the  lien  in  the  parent  department  shall  be  terminated  as  and when  such  individuals  get  next  promotions  or     probation  is  declared  in  the  latter department  so  as  to  avoid  inconvenience  while  preparing  the  panels  in  their  parent department.     

6.   Also  different  service  rules  provide  for  appointment  by  transfer  from  other services.  The  persons  appointed  outside  their  regular  line  are  continued  for  years  together outside  their  regular  line  while  retaining  all  their  rights  in  the  parent  department  even after  getting  promotions  outside  the  regular  line  on  the  ground  that  their  lien  in  the  parent department  is  continued  as  they  are  not  appointed  substantively  to  the  post  outside  the regular  line.  In  many  cases,  these  candidates  relinquish  their  promotions  which  results  in lapse  of  the  quota  earmarked  under  the  relevant  service  rules  to  the  detriment  of  the persons  in  the  regular  line  for  no  fault  of  theirs.  Several  departments  are  experiencing difficulties  in  drawing  panels  for  various  categories  of  posts  as  the  rights  of  the  persons outside  the  regular  line  have  to  be  considered  even  after  their  promotions  outside  their regular  line.  In  some  cases,  the  persons  outside  the  regular  line  got  more  than  two promotions  while  their  juniors  in  the  regular  line  are  facing  stagnation  at  lower  levels. This  is  an  unfair  situation  conferring  all  benefits  to  few  individuals  while  depriving  the rights  of  others.  Hence,  the  need  to  review  the  concept  of  lien  in  its  entirety  and  issue  a fresh set of  instructions keeping  in view the  changed circumstances. 

7.   Therefore,  Government  after  careful  examination  of  the  matter,  have  decided      to issue  amendment to FR  14.     

8.   Accordingly,  the  following  notification  shall  be  published  in  the  extraordinary issue  of the  Andhra  Pradesh Gazette.    




NOTIFICATION 

      In  exercise  of  the  powers  conferred  by  the  proviso  to  article  309  of  the Constitution  of  India  and  of  all  other  powers  hereunto  enabling,  the  Governor  of  Andhra Pradesh hereby  makes the  following  amendments  to the  Fundamental Rules. 

AMENDMENTS

      In  the  said  rules,  (1)  under  FR  14  after  clause-(f),  the  following  shall  be  added, namely,-

 “(g) The  Lien  of  (i)  a  Government  employee,  appointed  outside  the regular  line  from  the  date  of  his  relief;  (ii)  a  Government  employee who  resigned/are  relieved  from  a  post  to  join  in  a  different  post  to which  he  is  selected  by  direct  recruitment,  from  the  date  of  his resignation/relief  from  the  old  post;  and  (iii)  a  Government  employee who  is  transferred  from  one  department  to  another  on  request  or otherwise  by  way  of  departmental  transfers  from  the  date  of  his  relief shall  stand  automatically  suspended  even  if  it  is  not  mentioned  in  such orders  and  such  Govt.  employees  shall  automatically  acquire provisional lien in  the  new  departments, in  which  they join”.  

 2.    In  FR  14-A  after  clause-(d)  the following  shall  be  added, namely,-

 “(e) The  Lien  of  a  Government  employee,  which  was  automatically suspended  from  the  date  of  his  relief  in  the  parent  department  under clause  (g)  under  FR-14  shall  automatically  get  terminated  in  the parent  department  on  the  date  on  which  his  probation  is  declared  in the  new  department  or  on  the  date  on  which  his  probation  is  deemed to  have  been  declared  in  the  new  department  or  the  date  of  his  further promotion  in  the  new  department  which  ever  is  later  subject  to  a maximum period  of  three  (3)  years”.  

3.    In  FR  14-B, the following  shall be  added, namely,-

 “Note-I:  The  Lien  of  a  Government  employee,  which  was automatically  terminated  under  clause  (e)  under  FR  14-A  in  the parent  department  shall  automatically  be  transferred  to  the  new department from  that  date. 

Note-II:  The  existing  employees  who  are  working  in  the departments  other  than  parent  departments  shall  exercise  option within  two  (2)  months  from  the  date  of  issue  of  these  orders  and  if  no option  is  exercised  within  two  (2)  months  the  employee  is  deemed  to have  opted  to  continue  in  the  other  service  and  his  lien  in  the  parent department  shall  automatically  be  terminated.  However  after exercising  the  option  within  two  (2)  months  they  may  be  allowed  four (4) months to get relief from other department and to join in parent department i.e. total six (6) months time shall be allowed”.     

9.    These orders are available on internet and can be accessed at the address http://www. goir.ap.gov.in.   


(BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF THE GOVERNOR OF ANDHRA PRADESH)                                                                                                                                                      

 Dr. SAMEER SHARMA   
SECRETARY TO GOVERNMENT (FP) 







FR14 ప్రకారం HM పోస్టులో లీన్ స్థిరీకరణ జరిగే వరకు SA పోస్టులో మీ లీన్ కొనసాగుతుంది. కనుక మీరు రివర్షన్ తీసుకోవచ్చు. ఐతే పదోన్నతి ద్వారా వచ్చిన 2 ఇంక్రిమెంట్లు రద్దు అవుతాయి. SA క్యాడర్ లో తదుపరి AAS కి అర్హత ఉండదు.




GOVERNMENT OF ANDHRA PRADESH 
ABSTRACT 

FUNDAMENTAL RULES – Lien  - Amendment to FR  14  –  Orders  –  Issued

FINANCE (FR.I)  DEPARTMENT 
G.O. Ms. No. 144                         dated: 19-05-2009












ORDER :  
     
     According  to  FR  12-A,  a  Government  Servant  will  acquire  a  lien  on  his appointment  to  a  substantive  post  and  ceases  to  hold  any  lien  previously  acquired  on  any other  post.      Various  situations  have  come  to  involve  in  which  a  Government  Servant’s lien  on  a  substantive  post  is  continued  even  though  he  is  not  discharging  the  duties  of   that post. 

2.  According  to  FR  13,  unless  the  lien  of  a  Government  Servant  is  suspended  under Rule  14,  or  transferred  under  Rule  14-B,  a  Government  servant  holding  substantively  a permanent  post  retains  a  lien  on  that  post  in  the  circumstances  specified  thereunder.    The Head  of  the  Department  is  empowered  to  suspend  the  lien  in  respect  of  any  post  to  which it  or  an  authority  subordinate  to  it  can  appoint.    Under  FR  14-A,  the  lien  of  a  Government Servant  cannot  be  terminated,  if  as  a    result  of  such  termination  will     leave  the Government  Servant  without  a  lien  or  a  suspended  lien  upon  a  permanent  post.    FR  14, 14-A  and  14-B,  confer  a  right  to  employees  to  retain  their  lien  on  a  permanent  post  until the employee(s)  acquire  (s) lien on another  permanent post. 

3.   According  to  instructions  issued  by  the  General  Admn.  (Services)  Dept.  under rule  21  of  AP  State  and  Subordinate  Service      Rules,  a  person  appointed  to  a  Government Service  shall  be  confirmed  in  any  service,  only  once  during  his  service  in  the Government  at  the  entry  grade,  regardless    of  the  fact  whether  there  is  a  permanent  or substantive  post  or  vacancy  available  in  that  service.    Thus,  a  situation  has  been  created under  General  Rules  that  it  is  not  at  all  required  to  confer  full  membership  on  each  and every  post  either  on  promotion  or  appointment  by  transfer,  which  is  lacking  harmony  to some  extent  with  the  provisions  of  FRs  under  which  lien  is  acquired  only  on  substantive appointment to a post.   

4.   The  Fundamental  Rules,  dealing  with  lien,  partly  display  obsolescence  since  the time  they  were  framed  in  view  of  changed  circumstances.  This  is  because  in  a  majority  of cases  appointments  are  made  only  on  temporary  basis  which  are  subsequently  regularized and  probation  declared.  In  such  cases,  the  individuals,  as  they  are  not  appointed substantively,  do  not  acquire  any  lien  on  any  post  at  all  which  is  not  contemplated  under F.Rs. 

5.   During  the  DPC  meeting  held  on  30-6-2007  in  Finance  Department,  the  DPC members  also  observed  that  the  lien  in  the  parent  department  shall  be  terminated  as  and when  such  individuals  get  next  promotions  or     probation  is  declared  in  the  latter department  so  as  to  avoid  inconvenience  while  preparing  the  panels  in  their  parent department.     

6.   Also  different  service  rules  provide  for  appointment  by  transfer  from  other services.  The  persons  appointed  outside  their  regular  line  are  continued  for  years  together outside  their  regular  line  while  retaining  all  their  rights  in  the  parent  department  even after  getting  promotions  outside  the  regular  line  on  the  ground  that  their  lien  in  the  parent department  is  continued  as  they  are  not  appointed  substantively  to  the  post  outside  the regular  line.  In  many  cases,  these  candidates  relinquish  their  promotions  which  results  in lapse  of  the  quota  earmarked  under  the  relevant  service  rules  to  the  detriment  of  the persons  in  the  regular  line  for  no  fault  of  theirs.  Several  departments  are  experiencing difficulties  in  drawing  panels  for  various  categories  of  posts  as  the  rights  of  the  persons outside  the  regular  line  have  to  be  considered  even  after  their  promotions  outside  their regular  line.  In  some  cases,  the  persons  outside  the  regular  line  got  more  than  two promotions  while  their  juniors  in  the  regular  line  are  facing  stagnation  at  lower  levels. This  is  an  unfair  situation  conferring  all  benefits  to  few  individuals  while  depriving  the rights  of  others.  Hence,  the  need  to  review  the  concept  of  lien  in  its  entirety  and  issue  a fresh set of  instructions keeping  in view the  changed circumstances. 

7.   Therefore,  Government  after  careful  examination  of  the  matter,  have  decided      to issue  amendment to FR  14.     

8.   Accordingly,  the  following  notification  shall  be  published  in  the  extraordinary issue  of the  Andhra  Pradesh Gazette.    




NOTIFICATION 

      In  exercise  of  the  powers  conferred  by  the  proviso  to  article  309  of  the Constitution  of  India  and  of  all  other  powers  hereunto  enabling,  the  Governor  of  Andhra Pradesh hereby  makes the  following  amendments  to the  Fundamental Rules. 

AMENDMENTS

      In  the  said  rules,  (1)  under  FR  14  after  clause-(f),  the  following  shall  be  added, namely,-

 “(g) The  Lien  of  (i)  a  Government  employee,  appointed  outside  the regular  line  from  the  date  of  his  relief;  (ii)  a  Government  employee who  resigned/are  relieved  from  a  post  to  join  in  a  different  post  to which  he  is  selected  by  direct  recruitment,  from  the  date  of  his resignation/relief  from  the  old  post;  and  (iii)  a  Government  employee who  is  transferred  from  one  department  to  another  on  request  or otherwise  by  way  of  departmental  transfers  from  the  date  of  his  relief shall  stand  automatically  suspended  even  if  it  is  not  mentioned  in  such orders  and  such  Govt.  employees  shall  automatically  acquire provisional lien in  the  new  departments, in  which  they join”.  

 2.    In  FR  14-A  after  clause-(d)  the following  shall  be  added, namely,-

 “(e) The  Lien  of  a  Government  employee,  which  was  automatically suspended  from  the  date  of  his  relief  in  the  parent  department  under clause  (g)  under  FR-14  shall  automatically  get  terminated  in  the parent  department  on  the  date  on  which  his  probation  is  declared  in the  new  department  or  on  the  date  on  which  his  probation  is  deemed to  have  been  declared  in  the  new  department  or  the  date  of  his  further promotion  in  the  new  department  which  ever  is  later  subject  to  a maximum period  of  three  (3)  years”.  

3.    In  FR  14-B, the following  shall be  added, namely,-

 “Note-I:  The  Lien  of  a  Government  employee,  which  was automatically  terminated  under  clause  (e)  under  FR  14-A  in  the parent  department  shall  automatically  be  transferred  to  the  new department from  that  date. 

Note-II:  The  existing  employees  who  are  working  in  the departments  other  than  parent  departments  shall  exercise  option within  two  (2)  months  from  the  date  of  issue  of  these  orders  and  if  no option  is  exercised  within  two  (2)  months  the  employee  is  deemed  to have  opted  to  continue  in  the  other  service  and  his  lien  in  the  parent department  shall  automatically  be  terminated.  However  after exercising  the  option  within  two  (2)  months  they  may  be  allowed  four (4) months to get relief from other department and to join in parent department i.e. total six (6) months time shall be allowed”.     

9.    These orders are available on internet and can be accessed at the address http://www. goir.ap.gov.in.   


(BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF THE GOVERNOR OF ANDHRA PRADESH)                                                                                                                                                      

 Dr. SAMEER SHARMA   
SECRETARY TO GOVERNMENT (FP) 





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