Information on job duty service rules
Civil Services (Temporary Service) Rules, 1965 are framed under Proviso to Article 309 and Clause (5) of Article 148 of the Constitution and after consultation with the Comptroller and Auditor General in reference to persons serving within the Indian Audit and Accounts Department to manage the conditions of service of temporary Govt. servants. These Rules supersede the Central Civil Services (Temporary Service) Rules, 1949.
most of the instructions and orders incorporated within the brochure containing the Central Civil Services (Temporary Service) Rules, 1949 are still effective exception thus far as they’re inconsistent with the Central Civil Services (Temporary Service) Rules, 1965. The instructions/orders which are still applicable have, therefore, been given under the relevant rule for information and guidance.
Provided that a short lived Government servant who resigned from service to require up, with prior permission, a meeting under an organization or Company wholly or substantially owned or controlled by the govt or in or under a body controlled or financed by Government shall be paid terminal gratuity at the speed prescribed under sub-rule (1) in respect of
the service rendered by him under the Government:
Provided further that a short lived Government servant who has been absorbed during a Central autonomous body, with the permission of the parent department, shall have an choice to count the service rendered under the govt for the aim of pension under the autonomous body if it’s a pension scheme, rather than drawing the terminal gratuity under the primary proviso.
Explanation- For the aim of this sub-rule –
(i) “Central autonomous body” means a body which is financed wholly or substantially from cess or Central Government grants and includes a Central statutory body or a Central University but doesn’t include a public undertaking falling under the purview of the Bureau of Public Enterprises;
(ii) “financed substantially” means quite 50% of the expenditure is met by cess or Central Government grants.
overnment of India’s decisions:
(1) Employees dying in commission are covered by CCS (Pension) Rules, 1972:- within the event of death in harness of temporary/quasi-permanent Government servants their families shall be eligible to family pension and death gratuity on an equivalent scale as admissible to families of permanent Government servants under the CCS (Pension) Rules, 1972.
G.I, Dept. of Pen. & Pen. Welfare, OM No. 2/4/87-PIC, dated the 14th April, 1987 and takes effect from 1.1.1986.
(2) For the aim of drawing gratuity payable under Rule 10 the top of Office should prepare a press release of the quantity admissible to the person concerned and submit this along side the sacred text to the Accounts Officer, for verification and authorization. The statement should show the detailed calculations on how the quantity has been received . The Accounts Officer should, in turn, verify the statement and issue authority for payment of the gratuity to the top of Office on the idea of which the quantity are going to be drawn and disbursed by the latter.
The gratuity payable under Rule 10 should be adjusted under the top “55-Superannuation Allowances and Pensions, etc.”. The gratuity admissible under the Central government officials s (Temporary Service) Rules doesn’t attract the provisions of Article 470 Civil Service Regulations.
MHA OM No. 78/164/56-TS, dated the 8th July, 1957
(3) Half the service paid from contingencies, followed by regular appointment, counts for Terminal gratuity:- an issue has been raised whether half the service paid out of contingencies can also be allowed to be counted for the aim of terminal gratuity admissible under the Central Civil Services (Temporary Service) Rules, 1965, where the staff paid from contingencies is subsequently appointed on regular basis.
The matter has been examined in consultation with the Ministry of Finance (Department of Expenditure) and it’s been decided that half the service paid from contingencies are going to be allowed to be counted for the aim of terminal gratuity as admissible under the Central Civil Services (Temporary Service) Rules, 1965, where the staff paid from contingencies is subsequently appointed on regular basis. This benefit are going to be subject to the conditions laid down within the Ministry of