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Promotion of the employees to the next higher category – Further Orders – Issued. G.O.Ms.No. 529, Dated:19-08-2008.



GOVERNMENTOF  ANDHRA PRADESH 
ABSTRACT 


Public  Services – Promotion of  the employees to the next  higher category  – Further Orders – Issued.


GENERAL ADMINISTRATION  (SERVICES-C) DEPARTMENT 
G.O.Ms.No.   529                     Dated:19-08-2008.     







Read the  following:-
1.  G. O. Ms. No. 424, Genl.Admn. (Ser-C)  Deptt., dated.  25-5-76.
2.  G. O. Ms. No. 104, Genl.Admn.(Ser-C)  Deptt., dated.16-02-90.
3.  G. O. Ms. No. 66, Genl.Admn. (Ser-C)  Deptt., dated.30-01-91.
4.  G. O. Ms. No. 203, Genl.Admn. (Ser-C)  Deptt., dated.05-05-99
5.  G. O. Ms. No. 257, Genl.Admn.(Ser-C)  Deptt., dated.10-06-99.
6.  Circular  Memo. No.15813/Ser-C/2007, General  Administration      (Services-C)  Department, Dated.11-09-2007.

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ORDER:

     In the G.O.’s read  above,  orders were  issued  on the procedure to be followed  to consider  promotions when the  employees are facing  the disciplinary cases.    It was  ordered that where disciplinary  cases are not  concluded even after two  years and the  promotion to  the  employees  is  deferred due  to  pendency of the disciplinary  cases,  ad-hoc promotions  shall be  considered  pending finalization of the disciplinary  cases.  In-spite of  these specific  orders,  the Employees  associations have  brought to  the notice of the Government that due to pendency  of  the  disciplinary  cases for years together,  the employees are denied  even the adhoc promotion for next higher categories.  It  is  also brought to the notice of the  Government that  in  criminal  cases registered against the employees,  such employees are not considered  for promotion even though  they are  acquitted,  due  to  appeal  filed  in  the  Higher  Courts. 

2.    After careful  consideration,  Government direct to consider the cases  of employees for promotion to the next  higher  categories wherever the charges are held  not proved by the Criminal  Court and acquitted them, even though an appeal  is  preferred  before the higher Court  against  such acquittal.

3.    All  the Departments of Secretariat,  Heads of Departments and District Collectors should  follow the above instructions scrupulously and bring  it  to the notice of all  the concerned  for strict  implementation.


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


P.RAMAKANTH REDDY 
CHIEF SECRETARY TO  GOVERNMENT 




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