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of India immediately before the commencement of this Constitution shall continue in force therein until altered or repealed or amended by a competent Legislature or other competent authority.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.





0 comments:

Post a Comment

Latest info

More

Teacher's Need

Latest GO's

More

State Level Consolidated Reports

More

Useful Material

More
Top