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Punjab Govt. issues set of fresh guidelines for extension in service


Chandigarh, May 4, 2015: The Punjab Government has issued fresh set of guidelines for two year extension in service to the employees after the age of superannuation.
Disclosing this here today an official spokesperson of the Finance Department said that these new instruction have been issued superseding the earlier guidelines issued on October 30, 2014 and January 7, 2015. The spokesperson said that according to the new set of guidelines extension in the service would be denied only to those employees who have been either charge sheeted or a decision has been taken to charge sheet him under rule 8 of Punjab Civil Services (Punishment & Appeal) Act, 1970 or may have been awarded major penalty that still hold impact on the day of his retirement or awarded major penalty 3 year before his retirement or against whom competent authority has given permission to prosecute him in criminal/vigilance case or such employees against whom charges have been framed by the Court of competent jurisdiction. He said that all such officers/official would now be ineligible for seeking extension in service after the age of 58 years.
As per the new guidelines such officers/official who have already got the extension and serving in the first or second year of extension and who cover under the above mentioned disqualifications, the cases of such employees would be reconsidered and if found guilty the grant of extension in service to such employees would be nullified.
It has also been clarified that if the case of any officer/official has been rejected for extension on the ground of administrative and criminal case pending against him at the time of retirement, if such employees have been exonerated at later stage, their extension in service cases would not be reconsidered.
The spokesperson further said that if any officer/official committed grave misconduct during extension or received notice for the misconduct committed by him in past, the benefit of extension in service to such employees could be denied without serving any notice.

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