Service Law – Departmental Proceedings – Requirement of Hand Writing Expert – Test of criminal proceedings cannot be applied to departmental proceedings.
Service Law – Pension – Non-availability of financial resources would not be a defence available to the employer in taking away the vested rights accrued… Read More »Punjab State Cooperative Agricultural Development Bank Ltd. v. Registrar, Cooperative Societies
Not permitting the delinquent officer to be represented through ex-employee of the Bank in the departmental enquiry cannot be said to be in any way… Read More »Rajasthan Marudhara Gramin Bank (RMGB) v. Ramesh Chandra Meena
M.P. State Civil Services Rules, 2015 – Rule 4(3)(c)(1) and (2) – If a candidate is selected in the main list on the basis of… Read More »Madhya Pradesh Public Service Commission v. Manish Bakawale
Water Supply and Sewerage Board Act, 1978 (Gujarat) – Daily rated employees of the Board cannot as a matter of right claim the parity of… Read More »Rajesh Pravinchandra Rajyaguru v. Gujarat Water Supply & Sewerage Board
Service Law – Appointment on Compassionate Grounds – Applicability of a new or modified Scheme that comes into force after the death of the employee… Read More »Secretary to Govt. Department of Education (Primary) v. Bheemesh @ Bheemappa
Casual Labourers (Grant of Temporary Status and Regularization) Scheme of the Department of Telecommunications, 1989
Service Law – the employees who were appointed on adhoc basis and qualified typing test at the later stage, in absence of the scheme of… Read More »Shyam Sunder Oberoi v. District and Session Judge