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Conversion of govt. dept to autonomous -- probationer?
« on: July 12, 2015, 04:29:10 AM »
I have joined Govt. service 9/7/2014 as group A officer. Probation period: 2Yrs. Office has a culture of unusual delay in confirmation of service. Now there are talks that ministry is planning to convert office to autonomous body. In this light, what are my rights/fate as a probationer as on date or till 9/7/16, to be retained in government service on par with permanent employees.This move by the ministry comes as a result of heavy under performance of the organization in terms of low returns on revenue. In this context new comers or probationers who were not at all connected with the office for the time past over which the office's performance is being judged, are to be held responsible or victimised. Moreover, how genuine is it that those responsible completely/partially are provided with an option to choose between autonomous or government, while probationers are left as scapegoats to be slaughtered....
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Re: Conversion of govt. dept to autonomous -- probationer?
« Reply #1 on: July 12, 2015, 05:51:58 AM »
Your cause of action or your claim of infringement of your right arises only when government issues some circular. After the circular is issued based on how your rights are affected you can challenge it and seek remedy. Even if it is made autonomous, you will still be under the umbrella of the government.


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