GOVERNMENT OF INDIA

MINISTRY OF HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT

(DEPARTMENT OF CULTURE)

 

RAMPUR RAZA LIBRARY BOARD, RAMPUR

 

NOTIFICATION

 

Rampur-244901

Dated : 16th May 1994

 

          No. F. 8-4/RRL/84 In exercise of the powers conferred by section 28 of the Rampur Raza Library Act, 1975 (No. 22 of 1975), the Rampur Raza Library Board, with the previous approval of the Central Government, hereby makes the following regulations, namely:-

 

1-       Short title and commencement:-

          (1)          These regulations may be called the Rampur Raza Library Service Regulations, 1991.

          (2)          They shall come into force on the date of their publication in the Official Gazette.

 

2-          Application:-

          These regulations shall apply to all employees under the Rampur Raza

          Library Board, Rampur;

          Provided that they shall not apply to persons:-

          (i)          not in the whole-time employment of the Board;

          (ii)          employed on daily wages;

          (iii)          whose services have been borrowed from Government Office or from other institutions, unless the concerned persons, with the approval of the lending authority, opts to be governed by these regulations;

          (iv)          who are governed by special contracts with contain specified terms and conditions of service unless the concerned person opts to be governed by these regulations.

 

3-          Definitions:-

          In these regulations unless the context otherwise requires;

          (a)          "Act" means the Rampur Raza Library Act, 1975 (No. 22 of 1975);

          (b)          "Appointing Authority" in relation to any post means the authority competent to make appointments under regulation 6;

          (c)          "Board" means the Rampur Raza Library Board;

          (d)          "Chairman" means the Chairman of the Board;

          (e)          "Director" means the Director of the Library;

          (f)          "Government" means the Government of India;

          (g)          "Rules" mean the schedules attached to these regulation;

          (h)          "Schedule" means the schedules attached to these regulation;

          (i)          "Vice-Chairman" means the Vice-Chairman of the Board;

 

4- Creation of posts:-

          Subject to provisions of the Act and such conditions as may be specified by the Central Government in this behalf, the Board may-

          (i)          create such posts as may be necessary for the management of the Library, both of temporary and permanent nature, in Groups "B", "C" and "D" services and in Group "A" services carrying prescribed scales of pay, provided that for such posts in the scales of pay the maximum of which exceeds Rs. 4,500 per mensem, prior approval Government is necessary.

          (ii)          fix or alter grades, scales of pay and allowances for such posts:

                    Provided that such scales of pay and allowances shall in no

case be better than those obtaining for comparable posts in or under the Central Government and prior approval of the Central Government is obtained for creation of posts the maximum of which exceeds Rs. 4,500 per mensem;

          (iii) determine the number of posts, determine whether any post shall be temporary or permanent, specify the period for which a temporary post is to be created and determine the duties attached to various posts.

 

5-          Classification of posts:

          The posts in the Library as specified in the First Schedule shall be classified into the following categories, namely:-

          Post carrying a pay or a scale                                Classification

          of pay with a maximum of                              of posts

 

          Rs. 4,000 and above                                       Group A

 

          Rs. 2,900 - Rs. 3,999                                        Group B

 

          Rs. 1,151-Rs. 2,899                                        Group C

 

          upto Rs. 1,150                                                     Group D

 

                    Provided that in the case of retired Government servants, whose

          services are engaged on contract and who draw pension in addition to fixed amount monthly, the classification shall be on the basis of total pension and    pay.

          Explanation:-  For the purpose of classification of posts, pay means basic pay only as follows:-

the pay, other than special pay or pay granted in view of personal qualifications, which has been sanctioned for a post held by an employee substantively or in an officiating capacity, or to which he/she is entitled by reason of his/her position in a cadre;

 

6-          Appointing authority:-

          Appointment to a post under the Board shall be made:-

          (i)          in the case of Groups A and B, by the Board;

          (ii)          in the case of Groups C and D, by the Director.

 

7-          Methods of recruitment:-

          (1)          Recruitment to a post under the Board may be made-

          (i)          by promotion;

          (ii)          by direct recruitment;

          (iii)          by transfer on deputation or loan or other wise from State or Central Government or organizations or other statutory bodies;

          (iv)          on contract on mutually agreed terms and conditions of services.

          (2)          The following procedure shall be adopted when a vacancy in a Group A or Group B, Group C or Group D post is to be filled up by direct recruitment namely :-

                                       (a)          in the case of Group A or Group B posts,

                                                the vacancy shall be advertised in

                                                newspapers

                                       (b)          in the case of Group C or Group D posts,

                                                the vacancy shall be notified to the

                                                Employment Exchange and advertisement

                                                in newspapers shall be made only after the

                                                Employment Exchange has issued a non-

                                                availability certificate.

 

8-          Recruitment by promotion:-

          (1)          Appointment to a post by promotion shall be made in accordance  with the Second Schedule.

          (2)          Appointment by promotion, whether on the basis of seniority-cum fitness or on the basis of selection on merit, shall be made on the recommendation of a Departmental Promotion Committee as provided in the Third Schedule.

 

9-       Direct recruitment:-

          Appointment by direct recruitment to any post may be made in accordance with the Second Schedule and on the recommendations of a Selection Committee as provided in the Third Schedule-

          ( i )           from amongst candidates applying in response to any advertisement; or

          ( ii)           from  amongst  candidates recommended by Employment Exchange on requisition ; or

          (iii)           from amongst candidates employed in Government,  autonomous or statutory organizations who apply in response to any circular.

 

10-           Appointment of borrowed employees:-

          Borrowed employees may be appointed on the basis of transfer or deputation to any post with the approval of a Selection Committee on such terms and conditions as may be agreed to between the Board and the lending  authority as per sub-regulation (iii) of the proviso to regulation 2

 

11-           Recruitment by other methods when promotion is  not  possible:-

In regard to posts reserved for departmental promotion, recourse shall be had to direct recruitment or appointment by transfer of an employee from another organization only if the Board certifies that none of the candidates eligible for promotion is suitable or no candidate is eligible for promotion.

 

12-          Qualifications:-

          The (qualifications for appointment to any post  shall be such as prescribed in the Second Schedule for the post concerned :

          Provided that the Board may relax, on the recommendation of the Departmental Promotion Committee/Selection Committee, the prescribed qualifications in the case of candidates who are otherwise, well qualified.

 

 

 

13-     Age at entry:-

          The minimum age of direct  recruits to  the posts in Groups C and D shall be 18 years and the maximum age shall be 35 years. For posts in other Groups the age limits shall be such as are prescribed in the Second Schedule. However, the age limit is relax able up to five years in case of the Schedule Castes and Scheduled Tribes candidates and such other categories as are specified by Government of India from time to time.

          Every person newly appointed shall, at the time of appointment, declare his date of birth with as far as possible confirmatory documentary evidence.

 

14-           Fitness at initial appointment :-

          No person may be appointed to any post by direct recruitment unless:-

          (i)           he is declared medically fit in the form specified in Fourth Schedule, in the case of Group A and Group B employees, by a Medical Officer of the rank of Civil Surgeon/Medical  Superintendent of State or Central Government and in the case of Group C and Group D employees by a Medical Officer as the Board may specify in this           behalf.

Note : The following classes of employees are exempt from the           production of a medical certificate of fitness on appointment :-

(a)           persons appointed to a temporary vacancy of less than three  months duration ;

(b)     a retired employee re-employed immediately after retirement;

(c)     an employee who has already been medically examined for appointment to a lower or equivalent post;

(d)     a person in respect of whom the Board may, for reasons to be recorded in writing, grant exemption from the operation of this rule,

 

15-           Verification of character and antecedents:-

          No person may be appointed to any post by direct recruitment  unless his character and antecedents have been verified in detail in accordance with the rules issued by the Government of  India from time to time in respect of  appointments to similar classes of  posts under their control.

 

16-           Special representation for the Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes,

Ex-servicemen, etc.:-

          Vacancies shall be reserved for the members of the Scheduled Castes, scheduled Tribes and Ex-servicemen and filled up according to the orders issued by the  Government of India from time to time in this regard ;

 

17-            Disqualification :-

          No person who has entered into or  contracted  a marriage with a person having a spouse living, or who, having a spouse living has entered into or contracted marriage with any other person, Shall be eligible for appointment to any post governed by these regulations:

          Provided that the Board may, if satisfied that such marriage is permissible under the personal law applicable to such person and the other  party to the marriage and there are other grounds for so doing, exempt any  person from the operation of this regulation.

 

18-          Tenure:-

          All appointments shall take effect from the date on which the  appointee reports himself for duty with the Board.

 

19-             Probation and termination of probation:-

          (1)           Every person appointed to a post under the Board, whether by promotion or by direct recruitment shall be on probation in such post for a period of two year:

Provided that the appointing authority may, in any individual case, for reasons to be recorded in writing, extend or curtail the period of probation not exceeding one year

          (2)            Where a person appointed to a post under the Board on probation  is, during his period of probation, found unsuitable for holding that post, or has not completed his period of probation satisfactory, the appointing authority may,

          (i)           in the case of a person appointed by promotion, revert him to the posts held by him immediately before such appointment, and

          (ii)            in the case of a person appointed by direct recruitment, terminate his services under the Board without notice.

 

20-           Temporary and permanent service.:-

          (1)           An employee shall be deemed to be a temporary employee on his first appointment to a post under the Board and shall remain a temporary employee until he is appointed substantively to a permanent post under the Board.

          (2)            An employee appointed substantively to any permanent post under           the Board shall be a permanent employee of the Board.

 

21-  Substantive appointment :-

          (1)           All substantive appointments shall be made in order of seniority

                    with due consideration or merit.

          (2)           No employee shall be appointed substantively to any post unless,-

                    (i)           Such posts is permanent and nobody else has been

                             substantively appointed  to it ;

                    (ii)           he has satisfactorily  completed  the  period  of  probation or extended period of probation.

          (3)           Substantive appointments may made with restrospective effect from any date provided that,-

          (i)           a permanent vacancy existed on that date or from an earlier date;

          (ii)           the employee concerned was on the relevant date, actually holding otherwise than as a purely temporary measure or  would have held that post but for his appointment to a higher or equivalent post;

          (iii)           in the case of a selection posts, the employee concerned has

already been selected on the relevant date when he previously officiated in that post otherwise than as a purely temporary arrangement;

          (iv)           other requirements regulating appointments and confirmations are satisfied.

 

          (4)           Erroneous Substantive appointment:-

                    Orders for substantive appointment contrary to the relevant rules or administrative instructions shall be cancelled straightaway by the authority competent to fill the post:

                    Provided that a show cause notice shall be given to the effected employees before revoking the orders of substantive appointment.

 

22.  Honorarium, special pay, personal pay to employees:-

          The Board may sanction to any employee in any special circumstances such special pay, personal pay, honorarium or any other fee on such conditions as it may deem fit: subject to satisfaction of  the relevant rules.

                    Provided that if any funds are required for the purpose from the

Central Government, prior approval of the Central  Government shall be necessary for the sanction of such pay, honorarium fee.

 

23-          Termination of Service:-

          (l)           The service of an employee may be terminated by the appointing authority without assigning any reasons at any time by notice given by the appointing authority to the employee or at any time without  notice on payment of pay and allowances for one month or for such period that falls short of one month’s notice.

          (2)           without prejudice to the provisions of sub-regulation (1), the service of a temporary employee shall be terminated ;

          (i)           if his appointment is made for a specified period,  on  the     expiry of such period unless the appointment is extended for a further period ; or

          (ii)           if his appointment is made against a temporary post, on the abolition of the post or on the expiry of the period for which the post is created ;

          (3)           The service of a permanent employee may be terminated by a notice of three months or on payment of pay  for such period as the notice falls short of three months or without notice on payment of three month’s pay of the post, if the post to which he is substantively appointed is abolished.

          (4)           An employee who is given notice of termination of service under           sub-regulation (3) may be granted, during the period of notice, such earned leave as may be admissible to him, and where the leave so admissible and granted is more than three months, his services shall be terminated on the expiry of such leave.

 

24.           Retirement:-

          (1)           An employee shall retire from the service of the Board,-

          (i)           on his attaining the age of sixty years in case he was on the strength of the Library before the date of publication of these Regulations in the Official Gazette and also such employees whose terms of appointment so provide;

         (ii)          in other cases on his attaining the age of fifty eight years in respect of Groups A, B & C and 60 years in respect of Group D employees ;

         (iii)          on his being declared medically unfit for service by a Medical Board designated by the Board in this behalf; or

(iv)          on the imposition of the penalty of compulsory retirement.

         Provided that in exceptional cases an employee appointed on contract may, at the discretion of the Board (which shall be absolute), be retained in service after the age of 58 years. While exercising the discretion, the Board will ensure that the criteria laid down below are fulfilled ;

          (a)            the services of the person concerned are absolutely essential for the discharge of the functions/duties enjoined upon the Board under the Act ;                       

          (b)           the retention in service of the person concerned is in public interest and in the interest of the Board ;

          (c)           the person concerned is mentally and physically fit to discharge the functions and duties entrusted to him ; and

          (d)            such retention shall be for one year at a time but the total period shall not exceed two years.

          (2)           Notwithstanding any thing contained in sub-regulation (1), the appointing authority shall, if it is of the opinion that it is in the Board’s interest to do so, have the absolute right to retire any employee, for reasons to  be recorded in writing, by giving him notice of not less than three months in writing or three month's pay and allowances in lieu of such notice, after he has attained the age of fifty years, provided this power shall not be exercised to retire an employee on grounds of misconduct or as a short cut to avoid formal disciplinary proceedings.

          (3)           Any employee may,: by giving notice of not  less than, three months in writing to the appointing authority, retire-from service after he has attained the age of 50 years;

          Provided that it shall be open to the appointing authority to withhold permission to any employee under suspension who seeks to retire under this sub-regulation.

          (4)           In  a  special  case  the   Board  may  re-employ the  services of  any employee  for one year at a time but the total period of such  re-employment shall not exceed two years.

 

25-          Resignation :-

          (1)           A temporary employee may, by notice of one month in writing, resign  from the service of the Board The appointing / authority may, if it deems proper in any special circumstances, permit a temporary employee to resign from the service of the Board by notice of less than one month.

          (2)           A permanent employee may, in writing resign from the service of the           Board after giving three month’s  notice or after depositing an amount

equal to pay and allowances for such period as the notice  falls short of three months or without notice on depositing three month's pay and allowances with the Library, He shall be relieved of his duties when his resignation is accepted by the appointing authority.

          (3)           The resignation shall be effective from the date of its acceptance by  the appointing authority.

 

26.     Scale of pay:-

          The scales of pay for the posts under the Board shall be as specified in the First Schedule.

 

27.     Initial pay :-

          An employee shall, on his appointment to a post on a time-scale of pay, draw pay at the minimum of the rime-scale. In the case of direct recruits to any category of posts the Board may grant not more than five advance increments on the recommendation of the Selection Committee.

 

28.           Fixation of initial pay, increments, leave salary etc. :-

          Government rules regarding fixation of initial pay, drawl of increments and salary and allowances during leave of various kinds or suspensions shall apply mutatis mutandis to the employees of the Board save as specifically provided herein.

 

29.     Pay of re-employed persons:

          (1)           The pay of persons who are re-employed after retirement from Government service or service\ of a university or Government undertaking or Government aided autonomous organization shall be fixed in accordance with the Government’s rules and orders in force.

 

30.     Drawl of pay:-

          (1)           An employee shall be entitled to the pay of the post which he ap

                    pointed from the date on which he assumes charge of the post.

          (2)           Pay in respect of any month shall become payable on the first working day of the following month.

          (3)           An employee resigning from the service of the Board without the no      tice prescribed under regulation 25 shall not, unless the Board directs

otherwise, be allowed to draw  pay due but not drawn. Provided that the pay not so allowed to be drawn shall not exceed the pay for the notice period prescribed.

 

31-           Allowances, advances and other benefits:-

          (1)          The employees shall be eligible to draw all allowances as are admissible to the Central Government employees from time to time.

          (2)          The employees shall also be eligible to draw allowances like festival advance, house building advance, advance  for purchase of conveyance etc. as are admissible to Central Government employees from time to time and on the same terms and condition.

          (3)           The employees shall also be eligible for children's educational allowance, facility for treatment admissible under the medical attendance rules, leave travel concession and encashment of earned leave on retirement as are admissible to Central Government employees from time to time and on the same terms and conditions.

 

32-     Leave :-

          The employees shall be governed by the Revised Leave Rules, 1972 as amended from time to time, as applicable to the Central Government employees.

 

33-           Conduct:-

          The employees of the Board shall be subject to the Central Civil Services (Conduct ) Rules, 1964, as amended from time to time.

 

34-           Service books and character rolls:-

          (1)           The Library shall maintain a service book and a character roll of each employee in the form prescribed by the Centra1 Government for its employees.

          (2)           The entries in the service book of an employee shall be made by

                    the Head Clerk and countersigned by his superior officer.

          (3)           The entries in the character roll of an employee shall be made by the authority to whom such employee is immediately subordinate and shall be countersigned by the superior authority, if any, with his remarks

          (4)           Adverse entries made in the character roll shall be communicated to the person concerned by the Director. Representations against the adverse entries shall be considered & finally disposed of  by the Chairman.

 

35-           Contributory Provident Fund - cum - Gratuity Scheme and General

          Provident-cum-Pension-cum Gratuity Scheme :-

          (1)          The Board shall maintain a Provident fund known as the Rampur Raza Library General Provident Fund.

          (2)            All employees of the Board to whom these  regulations apply,

except those who have opted to be governed by the existing Contributory  Provident Fund cum-Gratuity Scheme shall subscribe to           the Fund after they complete one year’s continuous service.

                             Provided that for those employees who have opted for the

                    existing Contributory Provident Fund -cum-Gratuity Scheme,  the Board’s contribution shall be regulated as per the Government of India’s orders/instructions in this regard from the date of adoption of these regulations.

          (3)            The subscription, rates of interest, advances, withdrawals, nominations and all other incidental matters connected with and relating to the Fund shall be  governed by the rules contained in the General Provident Fund (Central Services) Rules, 1960 as modified and amended from time to time and orders issued by the Government of India thereunder, subject to such modifications as may be necessary and expedient due to the fact that the Fund is being maintained by the Board, and not by the Central Government.

          (4)            Without prejudice to the generality of the foregoing provisions the terms "Head of Office" or "Head of Department" wherever they occur in the General Provident Fund  (Central Services) Rules, 1960 shall mean the Director and the term Department of the Government wherever it occurs  in the said rules  shall mean the Board, in their application to the Rampur Rats Library, Rampur.

          (a) Notwithstanding anything contained in the General Provident Fund (Central Services) Rules, 1960, all subscriptions and moneys belonging to the Fund shall be kept in the State Bank of India or any other scheduled bank approved by the Board, in a separate account/fixed deposit in the name of the Fund;

                    (b)           The bank account shall be operated by the Director;

          (c) Any money not required for immediate use of the Fund may, with prior approval of the Board, be logged in a fixed deposit account, called deposit account, or short term deposit in the, State Bank of India or any scheduled bank as may be specified by the Board or may be otherwise invested in the name of the Fund, according to specific instructions of the Board, in any investment that is for the time being approved by  the Central Government or any law in force in India for investment of trust funds.

36-          Pension :-

          (1) The employees of the Board to whom these regulations apply shall be governed by the rules contained in the Central Civil Services (Pension) Rules 1972 and the Central Civil Services (Commutation of  Pension) Rules, 1981, as modified and amended from time to time, in regard to pension (including family pension, extraordinary pension, commutation of pension) and gratuity payable to them.

          (2)  Without prejudice to the generality of the foregoing provision, the terms “Head of Officer” or “Head of Department’’, wherever, they occur in the Central Civil Services (Pension) Rules, 1972, shall mean the Director and the term "Department of Government" shall mean, the Board.

          Explanation l :-           The amount of dearness allowance that will count as emoluments for pension shall be such, if any, as may be ordered by the Board from time to time. Orders of the Central Government in this respect applicable to its employees shall not be automatically applicable to employees of the Board.

          Explanation 2:-            The relief and adhoc relief sanctioned by the Government of India to its pensioners from time to time shall be admissible to pensioners granted pension under this rule, only to such extent and such date, if any, as may be ordered by the Board from time to time.

          (3) (a) Subject to the provisions of sub-regulation (4), all employees of  the Board who are covered under these regulations shall be governed by these regulations in so far as their provident fund, pension, gratuity and other retirement benefits are concerned.

          (b)  All employees covered by clause (a) shall cease to be governed by and cease to be members of the Contributory Provident Fund-cum Gratuity Scheme, General Provident Fund-cum-Pension-Cum-Gratuity Scheme, Triple Benefit Scheme, or any other rules, regulations, scheme to which they  may be subject to or entitled to as on the date of commencement of these regulations in respect of provident fund, pension, gratuity and any other retirement benefits or any matter to which these regulations apply.

          (c)  Amount outstanding in the credit of an existing employee, to whom regulations 35 and 36 apply, in his Contributory Provident Fund or General, Provident Fund as on the date of commencement of these regulations in respect of his own contributions plus interest  thereon shall be transferred to his credit in the, Rampur Raza Library General Provident Fund constituted under regulation 35. All other moneys and benefits to which he was entitled under the rules in force prior to the commencement of these regulations shall lapse including, inertia, employer’s contribution  to Contributory  Provident Fund    and interest thereon and shall be resumed by the Board.

          (4)           (a)            An existing employee who is holding substantively a permanent post under the Board as on the date of commencement of these regulations, may not to continue to be governed by the existing Contributory Provident Fund-cum-Gratuity Scheme or any other rules governing retirement benefits under the Rampur Raza Library Establishment Rules, 1961 to which he was subject  on the date of the commencement of  these regulations.

                    (b)           An existing employee, whose services have been engaged on contract on mutually agreed terms and conditions after retirement from Government service and who draws a fixed amount per mensem in addition to pension as on the date of commencement of these regulations, shall continue to be governed by  the existing Contributory Provident Fund-cum-Gratuity Scheme or any other  rules governing retirement benefits to which he was subject on the date of the commencement of these regulations.

                    (c)           The option under clause (a) shall be exercised within three months from the date of commencement of  these regulations or before the date of retirement of the employee, whichever is earlier.

                    (d)           The option shall be exercised in writing and shall be communicated by the employees to the Director in such form as may be prescribed by the Director who will countersign it and cause  it to be pasted in the service book or other records of service of the employee. Option once exercised shall be  final.

                    (e)            An existing employee who does not exercise his option to continue to be governed by the existing rules as a whole to which he was subject prior to the date of commencement of these regulations shall be governed by these regulations from the date of such commencement.

 

37-         Discipline, penalty, appeals and reviews:- 

         (1)          The employees of the Board shall be subject to the Central Civil

Service (Classification, Control and Appeal ) Rules, 1965, as amended from time to time in matters of discipline, imposition of penalties, appeals and review.

          (2)  (a) The appointing authority or  any authority to which it is subordinate or the disciplinary authority specified in the Fifth Schedule may place an employee under suspension

                   (i)  where a disciplinary proceeding against him is contemplated or is pending; or

                   (ii)  where in the opinion of the authority aforesaid he has  engaged himself in activities prejudicial to the interest of the security of the state ; or

                             (iii)           where a case against him in respect of any criminal

                                       offence is under investigation, enquiry or trial ;

Provided that where the order of suspension is made by an authority lower than the appointing authority such authority shall forthwith report to the appointing authority  the circumstances in which the order was made.

Explanation :           (a)          Disciplinary authority means an authority competent under these regulations to impose on an employee any of the penalties specified in sub-regulation (3).

                             (b)            An employee shall be deemed to have been placed

under suspension by an order of the appointing authority.

                             (i)           with effect from the date of his detention, if he is detained in custody, whether on a criminal charge or otherwise, for a period exceeding forty eight hours ;

                             (ii)           with effect from the date of his conviction if,  in  the event  of conviction if, in the event of conviction for an offence, he is sentenced to a term of  imprisonment exceeding forty eight hours and is not forthwith dismissed, removed or compulsorily retired consequent to such conviction.

Explanation:          The period of forty eight hours referred to in clause (ii) of this sub -regulation shall be computed from the commencement of the imprisonment after the conviction and for this purpose intermittent periods of imprisonment, if any, shall be taken into account.

                    (c)           Where a penalty of dismissal, removal or compulsory retirement from service imposed upon an employee under suspension is set aside in an appeal or review under these regulations and the case is remitted for further inquiry or action or with any other directions, the order of  his suspension shall be deemed to have continued in force on and from the date of the original order of dismissal, removal or compulsory retirement and shall remain in force until further orders.

                    (d)            Where a penalty of dismissal, removal or compulsory retirement from service imposed upon an employee is set aside or declared or rendered void in consequence of or by a decision of a court of  law and the disciplinary authority, on a consideration of the circumstances of the case, decides to hold a further enquiry against him on the allegations on which the penalty of dismissal, removal or compulsory rttirement was originally imposed, the employee shall be deemed to have been placed under suspension by the appointing authority from the date of the original orders of dismissal, removal or compulsory retirement and shall continue to remain under suspension until further orders.

                    (e)           (i)           An order of suspension made or deemed to have been made under this regulation shall continue to remain in force until it is modified or revoked by the authority competent to do so.

                             (ii)            Where an employee  is  suspended  or  is deemed to have been suspended (whether in connection with any disciplinary proceedings or otherwise) and any other disciplinary proceeding is commenced against him during the continuance of that suspension, the authority competent to place him under suspension may, for reasons to be recorded in writing, direct that the employee shall continue to be under suspension until the termination of all or any of such proceedings.

                             (iii)             An order of suspension made or deemed  to have been  made under this regulation may, at any time, be modified or revoked by the authority which made or is deemed to have made the order or by any authority to which that authority is subordinate.

                    (3)            The following penalties may, for good and sufficient reasons and as hereinafter provided, be imposed on an employee:

Minor Penalties :- Censure;

                             (ii)           withholding of his promotion, and/or withholding of increments of pay ;

                             (iii)           recovery from his pay of the whole or part of any pecuniary loss caused by him to the Board by negligence or breach of orders.

Major Penalties:-

                             (iv)           reduction to a lower stage in the time scale of pay for a specified period, with further directions as to whether or not the employee will earn increments of pay during the period of such reduction and whether on the expiry of such period,  the reduction will or will not have the effect of postponing the future increments of his pay ;

                             (v)            reduction to a lower time-scale of pay, grade or post which shall ordinarily  be  a  bar to  the promotion of the employee to the time scale of pay, grade or post from which he was reduced, with or without further directions regarding condition of restoration to the grade or post from which the employee was reduced and his seniority and pay on such restoration to that grade or post;

                             (vi)           compulsory retirement ;

                             (vii)           removal or dismissal from service.

Explanation :- The following shall not amount to a penalty within the meaning of this regulation, namely:-

(i)           withholding of increments of pay of an employee for his failure to pass any departmental examination in accordance with the rules or orders governing the post which he holds or the terms of his appointment;

(ii)             stoppage of an employee at the efficiency bar in the time-scale of pay on the ground of his unfitness to cross the bar ;

(iii)     non-promotion of an employee,  whether  in  a  substantive  or officiating capacity, after consideration of  his case to a grade or post for promotion to which he is eligible ;

(iv)           reversion of an employee officiating in a higher grade, or post to a lower grade or post on the ground that he is considered to be unsuitable for such higher grade or post or on any administrative ground unconnected with his conduct ;

( v)           reversion of an employee, appointed on probation to any other grade or post, to his permanent grade or post during or at the time of the period of probation in accordance with the terms of his appointment  or  the rules and orders governing  such probation ;

(vi )           repatriation of an employee whose services had been borrowed from the Central Government or State Government or the authority from which the services of such employee had been borrowed ;

(vii)           premature retirement of an employee in accordance with the provisions relating to his superannuation or retirement ;

(viii) termination of the service-

(a)      of an employee appointed  on  probation,  in  accordance with the terms of his appointment or the rules and orders governing such probation;

(b)     of a temporary employee in accordance with the provisions of these regulations ;

(c)     of an employee employed under an agreement, in accordance with the terms of such agreement.

(4)     (a)            The Board may impose any of the penalties specified in sub regulation (3) on an employee.

          (b)           without prejudice to the provision contained in clause (a) but subject to the provision contained in clause (c) any of the penalties specified in sub-regulation (3) may be imposed on a person appointed to a post under the Board by the authority specified in this behalf by a general or special order of the Board or, where no such order has been made, by the appointing authority or the authority specified in Sixth Schedule.

          (c)           Not withstanding anything contained in this regulation, no penalty specified in clause (iv) to (vii) of sub-regulation (3) shall be imposed by any authority subordinate to the appointing authority.

(5)     (a)            The Board or any other authority empowered by it by general or specified order may,-

          (i)           institute disciplinary proceedings against an employee;

          (ii)           direct a disciplinary authority to institute disciplinary  proceedings against any employee on whom that disciplinary authority is competent to impose under these regulations any of the penalties specified in sub-regulation (3).

          (b)           A disciplinary authority competent under these regulations may impose any of the penalties specified in clauses (i) to (iii) of sub-regulation(3) not with standing that such disciplinary authority is not competent under these regulations to impose any of the later penalties.

(6)     (i)            No order imposing any of the penalties specified in clause (iv) to (vii) of sub-regulation (3) shall be made except  after following the procedure laid down in this regulation.

          (ii)           Wherever the disciplinary authority is of the opinion that  there are grounds for enquiring into the truth of any imputation of misconduct or misbehavior  against an employee, it may itself enquire into or appoint an authority to enquire into the truth thereof. Where the disciplinary authority itself  holds the enquiry, any reference to the enquiring authority shall be construed  as a reference to the disciplinary authority.

          (iii)           Where it is proposed to hold an enquiry against an employee under this regulation the disciplinary authority shall inform the employee  in writing  of the proposal  to take action against him and of the imputations of misconduct on which it is proposed to take action and give him a reasonable opportunity of making such representation as he may wish to make against the proposal

          (iv)           (a)           On receipt of the written statement of defense  the disciplinary authority may itself enquire into such of the articles of charge as are not admitted, or if it considers it necessary to do so, appoint, under clause (ii), an enquiring authority for the purpose, and where all the articles of charge have been admitted by the employee in his written statement, of defence, the disciplinary authority shall record his findings on each charge as it may think fit and shall act in the manner laid down under clause (ix).

                    (b)            If no written statement of defence is submitted by the employee, the disciplinary authority may itself enquire into the articles of charge or may, if it considers it necessary to do so, appoint under clause (ii) an enquiring· authority, for the purpose

          (v)           The enquiring authority shall return a finding of guilt in respect of those articles of charge to which the employee pleads guilty.

          (vi)           If the employee to whom a copy of the articles of charge has been delivered does not submit the written statement of defence on or before the dates specified for the purpose or does not appear in person before the enquiring authority or otherwise fails or refuses to comply with the provisions of this regulation or the orders of the enquiring authority, the enquiring authority may hold the enquiry expert.

          (vii)           (a)           Where a disciplinary authority, competent to impose any of the penalties specified in clauses (i) to ( iii) of sub-regulation (3) but not competent to impose any of the penalties specified in clauses (iv) to (vii) of sub-regulation (3) has itself enquired into or caused to be enquired into the articles of any charge and-that authority, having regard to its own findings or having regard to its decision on any of the findings of any enquiring authority appointed by it, is of the opinion that the penalties specified in clauses (iv) to (vii) of sub-regulation (3) should be imposed on  the employee,  that authority shall forward the records of  the enquiry to such disciplinary authority as is competent to impose the last mentioned penalties.

                    (b)           The disciplinary authority to which the records are so forwarded  may  act on  the evidence  on  record  or  may, if it  is of the opinion that further enquiry is necessary in the interest of justice, do so and may impose on the employee such penalty as it may deem fit in accordance with these regulations.

          (viii)           After the conclusion of the enquiry, a report shall be prepared and submitted to the disciplinary authority.

          (ix)           (a)           The disciplinary authority, if it is not itself the enquiring authority, may, for reasons to be recorded by it in writing, remit  the  case  to the enquiring  authority  for further enquiry and report, and the enquiring authority shall, thereupon proceed to hold the enquiry according to the provisions of this regulation as far as may be.

                    (b)           The disciplinary authority shall, if it disagrees with the findings of the enquiring authority on any article of charge, record its reasons for such disagreement and record its own findings, on such charge, if the evidence on record is sufficient for the purpose.

                    (c)           If the disciplinary authority, having regard to its findings on all or any of the charges, is of the opinion that any of the penalties specified in clauses (i) to(iii) of sub-regulation (3) should be imposed on  the  employee, shall make an order imposing such penalty :

          Provided that in the case of the Director, the record of the enquiry shall be forwarded by the disciplinary authority to the Government of India for its advice and such advice shall be taken into consideration before making any  order  imposing  any  penalty on the Director.

                    (d)           (i) If the disciplinary authority, having regard to its findings on all or any of the articles of charge, is of the opinion that any of the penalties specified in clauses (iv) to (vii) of sub-regulation (3) should be imposed on the employee, it shall,-

                    (a)           furnish to the employee a copy of the report of the enquiry held by it and its findings on each article of charge, or where  the enquiring authority has been appointed by it, a copy of the report of such authority and statement of its findings on each article of charge together with brief reason for its disagreement, if any, with the findings of the enquiring authority.

                    (b)           in the case of the Director, a copy of the advice, if any given by the Government of India and where the disciplinary authority has not accepted; the advice of the Government of India, a brief statement of the reasons for such non-acceptance may also be supplied to him;

                    (c)           give the employee a notice stating the penalty proposed to be imposed on him and calling upon him to submit within fifteen days of receipt of the notice or such further time not exceeding fifteen days as may be allowed, such representation as he may wish to make on the proposed penalty on the basis of the evidence adduced during the enquiry held under this regulation.

          (ii) The disciplinary authority shall thereafter consider the representation, if any, made by the employee in, pursuance of the notice given to him under clause (i) and determine what penalty, if any, should be imposed on him and make such order as it may deem fit.

(7)            Subject to the provision of sub-clause (c of clause (ix) of sub regulation (6) no order imposing on an employee any of the penalties specified in clauses(i) to (iii) of sub-regulation (3) shall be made except after;

(a)          informing the employee in writing of the proposal to take action against him and of the imputation of misconduct or misbehavior on which it is proposed to take action and giving him a reasonable opportunity of making such representation as he may  wish to make against the proposal ;

(b)     taking into consideration the representation, if any, submitted by the employee under clause (a);

(c)            recording a finding on each imputation of misconduct or misbehavior;

(d)            consulting the Government of India in the case of the Director.

(8)            Orders made by the disciplinary authority shall be communicated to the employee

(9)     (1)             Where two or more employees are concerned in  any case, the Board or any other authority competent to impose the penalty of dismissal from service on all such employees may make an order directing the disciplinary action against all of them may be taken in a common proceeding.

Note:-           If the authority to impose the penalty of dismissal on such employees are different, an order for taking disciplinary action in a common proceeding made by the highest of such authorities with the consent of the others.

(2)     Any such order shall specify,-

(i)      the authority which may function as the  disciplinary authority for the purpose of such common proceedings ;

( ii)     the penalties specified  in  sub-regulation (3)  which such disciplinary authority shall be competent to impose ;

(iii)            whether the procedure laid down in this regulation shall be followed in the proceeding.

(10)            Notwithstanding anything contained in this regulation :-

(i )     where a person is dismissed or removed or reduced in rank on the ground of conduct which has led to his conviction on a criminal charge ; or

(ii)      the disciplinary authority may consider the circumstances of the case and make such orders thereon as it deems fit where it is satisfied for reasons to be recorded by it in writing that it is not reasonably practicable to hold an enquiry in the manner provided in these regulations.

(11)    (1)           Where the services of an employee are lent to the Central Government, State Government, Semi Government or autonomous organisations (hereinafter in this sub-regulation referred to as “the borrowing authority”) the borrowing authority shall have the powers of the appointing authority for the purpose of placing such employees under suspension and of the disciplinary authority for the purpose of conducting disciplinary proceedings against him.

          Provided that the borrowing authority shall forthwith inform the authority which lent the services of the employee (hereinafter in this sub-regulation referred to as "lending authority"), of the circumstances leading to the order of suspension of such employee or of the commencement of disciplinary proceedings, as the case may be.

(2)     In the light of the findings in the disciplinary proceedings conducted against the employee-

          (i )           if the borrowing authority is of the opinion that any of the penalties specified in clauses (i) to (iii) of sub-regulation (3) should be imposed on the employee, it may after consultation with the lending authority make such orders as it deems necessary.

Provided that in the event of a difference of opinion between the borrowing authority and the lending authority, the services of the employee shall be replaced at the disposal of the lending authority;

          (ii)           if the borrowing authority is of the opinion  that  any of the penalties specified in clauses (iv) to (vii) of sub-regulation (3) should be imposed on the employee, it shall replace his services at the disposal of  the lending authority and transmit to it the proceedings of the enquiry and thereupon the lending authority, if it is the  disciplinary authority,  shall  pass  such orders thereon as it may deem necessary ; or, if it is  not  the  disciplinary authority, submit the case to the disciplinary authority which shall pass orders as it may deem necessary ;

          Provided that before passing any such orders the disciplinary authority shall comply with the provisions of sub-clause (d) of clause (ix) of sub-regulation (6).

 

(12)    (a)           Where an order of suspension is  made  or disciplinary proceeding is commenced against a borrowed employee, the lending authority shall forthwith  be informed of the circumstances, leading to the order of suspension or commencement of the disciplinary proceedings, as the case may be;

(b)     in the light of the findings in the disciplinary proceeding taken against such employees,-

(i)      if the authority imposing the penalty is of the opinion that any of the penalties specified in clause (iv) to (vii) sub-regulation (3) should be imposed on him, it shall replace his services at the disposal of the lending authority and transmit to it the proceedings of the enquiry for such action as it deems necessary ; and

(ii)      if the authority imposing the penalty is of the opinion that any other penalty should be imposed on him, it may, after consultation with the lending authority, pass such orders as it deems necessary,

          Provided that in the event of a difference of opinion between the lending authority and the authority imposing the penalty, the services of the employee shall be replaced at the disposal of the lending authority.

Explanation :- In this sub-regulation the expression Lending Authority means the authority which has placed the services of the borrowed employee at the disposal of the Board

 

 

(13) Appeal and review:-

          (1)           Notwithstanding anything contained in this regulation, no appeal shall lie against,

          (i)           any order made by the Board ;

          (ii )           any order of an interlocutory nature or of the nature of a step-aid or the final disposal of a disciplinary proceeding, other than order of suspension :

          (iii)           any order passed by an enquiring authority in the course of an enquiry ;

          (2)            Orders against which appeal lies : Subject to the provisions of clause (1) an employee may prefer an appeal against all or any of the following orders, namely:-

          (i)           an order of suspension made or deemed to have been made under sub-regulation (2) ;

          (ii)           an order imposing any of the penalties specified in sub-regulation (3) whether made by the disciplinary authority or by any appellate or reviewing authority ;

          (iii)           an order enhancing any penalty, imposed regulation (3) ;

          (iv)           an order which,-

          (a)            denies or varies, to his disadvantage, his pay,  allowance, pension  or  other conditions of service as regulated by rules or by agreement; or

          (b)             interprets to his disadvantage the provisions  of any such rules or agreements ;

          (v)             an order-

          (a)            stopping him at the efficiency bar in the time scale of pay on the ground of his unfitness to cross the bar;

          (b)            reverting him while officiating in a higher grade or post to a lower grade or post otherwise than as penalty  ;

          (c)            reducing or withholding the retirement benefits or denying the maximum retirement benefits admissible to him under the rules;

          (d)            determining the subsistence and other allowances to be paid to him for the period of suspension   for the period during which he is deemed to be under suspension or for any portion thereof;

          (e)             determining his pay and allowances,-

          ( i)             for the period of suspension, or

          (ii)             for the period from the date of his reduction  to a lower grade, post, timescale or stage in a time scale of pay, to the date of  his reinstatement or restoration to his grade or post, or

          (f)            determining whether or not the period from the date of his suspension or from the date of his dismissal, removal, compulsory retirement or reduction to a lower grade, post, time scale of pay or stage in a time scale of pay to the date of his reinstatement or restoration to his grade or post shall be treated as a period spent on duty for any purpose.

Explanation : In this sub-regulation;

          (i)           the expression ‘employee’ includes a person who has ceased to be in the service of the Board ;

          (ii)           the expression "retirement benefits'' includes, contributory provident fund, gratuity and any other retirement benefits.

 

          (14)           (a)           An appeal shall be from any original order made-

                    (i)           by the Director to the Chairman, and

                    (ii)           by the Chairman to the Board.

                    (b)            No appeal Shall be entertained unless it is preferred within a period of forty-five days from the date on which a copy of the order appealed against is delivered to the appellant;

          Provided that the appellate authority may entertain the appeal after the expiry of the said period, if it is satisfied that the appellant had sufficient cause for not preferring the appeal in time.

                    (c)           (i)           Every person preferring an appeal shall do so separately and in his own name.

                    (ii)           The appeal shall be presented to the authority to whom the appeal lies, a copy being forwarded by the order appealed against. It shall contain all material statements and arguments on which the appellant shall not contain any disrespectful or improper language, and shall be complete in itself.

                    (iii)           The authority which made the order appealed against shall, on receipt of a copy of the appeal, forward the same with its comments thereon together with the relevant records to the appellate authority without any avoidable delay, and without waiting for any direction from the appellate authority.

                    (d)           The appellate authority shall consider every appeal in such manner as it deems fit and pass such orders as it deems proper in the circumstances of the case ;

          Provided that no order imposing an enhanced penalty shall be passed unless the appellant is given an opportunity of making any representation which he may wish to make against such enhanced penalty.

         

 

(15)    (1)           Notwithstanding anything contained in these regulations, the Board may at any time either on its motion or otherwise review its own order or call for the records of any enquiry in respect of any order made under these regulations by any other authority and may-

          (a)           confirm, modify or set aside the order ; or

          (b)           confirm, reduce, enhance or set aside  the penalty imposed by the order, or impose any penalty where no penalty has been imposed ; or

          (c)           remit the case to the authority which made the order or to any other authority directing such authority to make such further enquiry as it may consider proper in the circumstances of case ; or

          (d)           pass such other order as it may deem fit: Provided that no order imposing or enhancing, any penalty shall be  made by the Board  unless  the employee concerned has been given a reasonable opportunity of making a representation against the penalty proposed and except after consultation with the Central Government where such consultation is necessary,

          (2)            No proceeding for revision shall be commenced until after-

          (i)            the expiry of the period of limitation for an appeal; or

          (ii)           the  disposal of the  appeal, where  any  such  appeal  has been preferred ;

          (3)           An application for review or revision shall be dealt with in the same manner as if it were an appeal under these regulations.

(16)    Every order, notice and other programmes made or issued under these regulations shall be served in person on the employee concerned or communicated to him by registered post.

(17)    Save as otherwise specifically provided in these regulations, the authority competent under these regulations to make any order may, for good and sufficient reasons or if sufficient cause is shown, extend the time specified in these regulations for anything required to be done under these regulations or condone any delay,

(18)           Wherever the Central Government is consulted in the case of imposing a penalty on the Director, a copy of the advice by that Government, and where such advice has not been accepted, also a brief statement of the reasons for  such  non-acceptance,  shall be furnished to the Director along with a copy of the order passed in the case by the authority making the order.

 

38.            Whole-time employment :

          (1)           The whole time of an employee shall be at the disposal of the Board, and he may be employed by the Board for the performance of such duties as may be assigned to him;

          (2)           Without prejudice to the generality of sub-regulation (1)

                    (i)            an employee may be required to undergo a course of study or instruction within or outside India;

                    (ii)           an employee may be required to serve the Board at any place in India and in any post not lower than, the post to which he is employed unless he is reduced as a measure of punishment in accordance with the provision in regulation 37 ;

                    (iii)           an employee may be transferred to  foreign  service  or  sent on deputation within or outside India.

 

39.  Oath of allegiance :

          All employees will on first appointment, take an oath of allegiance to the Constitution of  India on the prescribed form in Fourth Schedule. The existing employees, who have not undertaken such an oath previously, will also be required to do so.

 

40.  Conditions of Service :

          (1)           Powers of the Board relating to these regulations and various Fundamental Rules and Supplementary Rules of the Government of India are delegated to the subordinate authority as shown in the Seventh Schedule.

          (2)           The conditions of service of the officers and other employees in respect of matters for which no provision is made in these regulations           shall be the same as are for the time being applicable to officers and other employees of the Government of India of corresponding category.

 

41- Authentication:

          All orders and  decisions  of the  Board  and of its committees shall be  authenticated by the signature of Director such other authority as may be specified by the Board in this behalf.

 

42. Holidays:-

          The Library shall observe such holidays, as are specified by the Government of India and such other holidays as may be determined by the Board.

 

43. Power to relax :

          Notwithstanding anything contained in these regulations the Board may, in the case of any employee, relax any of the provisions of these regulations to relieve him of any undue hardship arising from the operation of such provisions, or in the interest of the Board.

44. Repeal :

          (i)           With effect from the date of commencement of these regulations, ‘The Rampur Raza Library Establishment Rules, 1961’, which were being followed by the Board and were governing the service conditions, of the employees shall cease to be in force ;

          Provided that an existing employee who is holding substantively a permanent post under the Board as on the date of commencement of these regulations may opt to continue to be governed by the existing. The Rampur Raza Library Establishment Rules, 1961', as a whole, to which he was subject on the date of the commencement of these regulations.

          (ii )           The option shall be exercised within three months from the date of commencement of these regulations or before the date of retirement of the employee under these regulations, whichever is earlier;

          (iii)           The option shall be exercised in writing and shall be communicated by the employees to the Director in such form as may be prescribed by the Director who will countersign it and cause it to be pasted in the service book or other records of service of the employee. Option once exercised shall be final ;

          (iv)           An existing employee who does not exercise his option to continue to be governed by the existing rules as a whole to which he was subject prior to the date of commencement of these regulations will be governed by these regulations from the date of such commencement.

 

45. Removal of doubts:

          Where a doubt arises, as to whether any authority of the Board is superior to any other authority or as to the interpretation or application of any of the provisions of these regulations, the decision of the Board thereon shall be final.

 

(W.H. Siddiqi)

Officer on Special Duty,

Rampur Raza Library, Rampur

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

FIRST SCHEDULE

 

(See regulation 5)

 

CLASSES OF POSTS IN THE LIBRARY

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   S.No.    Class    Designation of Post         Scale of pay          No. of posts

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   1-         Group 'A'   Director   Rs. 1500-60-1800        1

      (according to classi-         (Pre-revised)

                fication in the pre-

                revised scale of pay)

   2-         Group 'A'   Additional Director   Rs. 800-50-1450   1

      (according to classi-         (Pre-revised)

                fication in the pre-

                revised scale of pay)

OR

                Group 'B'   Librarian   Rs. 2200-75-2800-EB 100-4000

                                  

3-             Group 'B'   Assistant Librarian  Rs. 1640-60-2600-EB- 75-2900        2

4-             Group 'B'   Senior Technical Assistant Rs. 1640-60-2600-EB-75-2900        1

                   (Reprography)   

5-             Group 'B'   Senior Technical Assistant Rs. 1640-60-2600-EB-75-2900        1

                   (Preservation)     

6-             Group 'C'   Technical Assistant (Photo)   Rs. 1400-40-1800-EB-50-2300   1

7-             Group 'C'   Technical Assistant    Rs. 1400-40-1800-EB-50-2300   1

                   (Preservation)

8-             Group 'C'   Senior Library Assistant Rs. 1400-40-1800-EB-50-2300        1

9-             Group 'C'   Head Clerk   Rs. 1400-40-1800-EB-50-2300   1

10-           Group 'C'   Library Assistant   Rs. 1350-30-1440-40-1800-   1

                                   EB-50-2200

11-           Group 'C'   Upper Division Clerk       Rs. 1200-30-1560-EB-40-2040        1

12-           Group 'C'   Lower Division Clerk       Rs. 950-20-1150-EB-25-1500        1

13-           Group 'C'   Senior Binder   Rs. 950-20-1150-EB-25-1500   1

14-           Group 'C'   Senior Library Attendant   Rs. 950-20-1150-EB-25-1500   1

15-           Group 'C'   Binder  Rs. 825-15-900-EB-20-1200        1

16-           Group 'D'   Library Attendant   Rs. 800-15-1010-EB-20-1150   4

17-           Group 'D'   Member   Rs. 800-15-1010-EB-20-1150   1

18-           Group 'D'   Chowkidar   Rs. 750-12-870-EB-14-940   3

19-           Group 'D'   Duster  Rs. 750-12-870-EB-14-940   2

20-           Group 'D'   Mali     Rs. 750-12-870-EB-14-940   1

21-           Group 'D'   Farrash cum peon   Rs. 750-12-870-EB-14-940   3

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                                   Total    31

 

Note : In addition the services of part time safari karamcharies can be engaged as per actual requirements.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

THIRD SCHEDULE

(See regulation 8 and 9)

 

COMPOSITION OF SELECTION COMMITTEE AND DEPARTMENTAL

PROMOTION COMMITTEE

 

A.     SELECTION COMMITTEE (for posts to be filled by direct recruitment)

     (i)     For Group 'A' posts

             (1)     Chairman/Vice Chairman or his nominee     -Chairman

             (2)     A nominee of the Government of India  -Member

             (3)     A member to be nominated by the Board

                  from amongst themselves     -Member

             (4)     An expert on the subject to be co-opted with

                  Selection Committee     -Member

             (5)     An Officer of Governor's Secretariat, U.P.

                  to be nominated by the Chairman     -Member

             (6)     Director or in his absence an officer to me

                  nominated by the Board under Section 24 of

                  the Act     -Member Secretary

The Chairman will have a casting vote in case the members of the Selection Committee are equally divided on any issue

     (ii)    For Group 'B' and Group 'C' posts other than ministerial posts

             (1)     A member to be nominated by the Board from

                  amongst themselves     -Chairman

             (2)     A  nominee of Government of India  -Member

             (3)     An expert on the subject to be co-opted with the

                  approval of the Chairman of the

                  Selection Committee     -Member

             (4)     Director or in his absence an officer to

                  be nominated by the Board under section

                  24 of the Act        -Member Secretary

The Chairman will have a casting vote in case the members of the Selection Committee are equally divided on any issue.

     (iii)    For Group 'C' ministerial posts and Group 'D' posts

             (1)     Director or in his absence an officer to be

                  nominated by the Board under Section 24

                  of the Act        -Chairman

             (2)     A nominee of the District Magistrate and

                  Collector, Rampur     -Member

             (3)     An expert to be co-opted, if necessary, by the

                  Chairman of the Selection Committee     -Member      The Chairman will have a casting vote in case the members of the Selection Committee are equally divided on any issue.

B.     DEPARTMENTAL PROMOTION COMMITTEE

     (for the posts to be filled by promotion)

     (i)     Group 'A' and Group 'B' posts

             (1)     A member to be nominated by the Board from

                  amongst themselves     -Chairman

             (2)     A nominee of the Government of India  -Member

             (3)     An officer of the Governor's Secretariat

                  Uttar Pradesh to be nominated by the Chairman     -Member

             (4)     Director or in this absence an officer to be

                  nominated by the Board under Section 24 of the Act     -Member

     The Chairman will have a casting vote in case the members of the Departmental Promotion Committee are equally divided on any issue.

     (ii)    For Group 'C' and Group 'D' posts

             (1)     Director or in his absence an officer to be nominated

                  by the Board under Section 24 of the Act     -Chairman

             (2)     A nominee of the District Magistrate and Collector,

                  Rampur     -Member

The Chairman will have a casting vote in case the member of the Departmental Promotion Committee are equally divided on any issue.

 

Fourth SCHEDULE

(See regulation 14 & 39)

 

(i) Form of Medical Fitness Certificate

          I hereby, certify that I have examined Shri/Shrimati ................................................................................................. a candidate for appointment under the Rampur Raza Library Board and cannot discover that he / She has any disease (communicable or otherwise), constitutional weakness or bodily infirmity except .............................................. I do not consider this a disqualification for employment in the Rampur Raza Library Board Shri/Shrimati............................................................... age is according to his/her own statement........................ years and by appearance about......................... years.

Civil Surgeon/Medical Superintendent/

Medical Officer

(ii) Form of Oath of Allegiance

          "I                                                                      do sewer/solemnly affirm that I will be faithful and bear true allegiance to India and to the Constitution of India as by law established, that I will uphold the sovereignty of India, and that I will carry out the duties of my office loyally, honestly, and with impartiality.

(So help me God)"

 

 

FIFTH SCHEDULE

(See regulation 37 (2) (a) )

Authorities empowered to suspend the employees of the Board

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    Description of Posts    Appointing Authority    Authority competent to

                       suspend the employees

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    1- Group A  Posts      Board    Chairman

    2- Group B Posts    Board    Chairman

    3- Group C Posts    Director    Director

    4- Group D Posts    Director    Director

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SIXTH SCHEDULE

(See regulation 37 (4) (b)

Authorities competent to impose penalties on the employees of the Board

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    Description of Posts    Appointing Authority    Authority competent to

                       impose penalties

                       ----------------------------

                       Authority       Penalties

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    1- Group A  Posts      Board    Chairman    All

    2- Group B Posts    Board    Chairman    All

    3- Group C Posts    Director    Director    All

    4- Group D Post    Director    Director    All

 

 

 

 

 

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA

MINISTRY OF CULTURE

DEPARTMENT OF CULTURE

 

RAMPUR RAZA LIBRARY BOARD, RAMPUR

 

NOTIFICATION

 

Rampur-244901

Date :  ………………

          No. F. 8-4/RRL/84 In exercise of the powers conferred by section 28 of the Rampur Raza Library Act, 1975 (No. 22 of 1975), the Rampur Raza Library Board, with the previous approval of the Central Government, hereby makes the following regulations, namely:-

1-      Short title and commencement:-

(1)          These regulations may be called the Rampur Raza Library Service

          Recruitment Rules, 2002.

(2)     They shall come into force on the date of their publication in the Official Gazette.

2-          Application:-

          These regulations shall apply to all employees under the Rampur Raza

          Library Board, Rampur;

          Provided that they shall not apply to persons:-

          (i)          not in the whole-time employment of the Board;

          (ii)          employed on daily wages;

          (iii) whose services have been borrowed from Government Office or from other institutions, unless the concerned persons, with the approval of the lending authority, opts to be governed by these regulations;

          (iv) who are governed by special contracts with contain specified terms and conditions of service unless the concerned person opts to be governed by these regulations.

3-          Definitions:-

          In these regulations unless the context otherwise requires;

          (a) "Act" means the Rampur Raza Library Act, 1975 (No. 22 of 1975);

          (b) "Appointing Authority" in relation to any post means the authority competent to make appointments under regulation 6;

          (c)          "Board" means the Rampur Raza Library Board;

          (d)          "Chairman" means the Chairman of the Board;

          (e)          "Director" means the Director of the Library;

          (f)          "Government" means the Government of India;

(g)             "Rules" mean the Rampur Raza Library Rules-1975;

 

 

 

FIRST SCHEDULE

CLASSIFICATION OF POST IN THE LIBRARY

 

S.No.

CLASS

DESIGNATION OF POST

PAY SCALE

NO OF POST

1

2

3

4

5

1.

Group ‘A’

Director

12000-375- 16500

1

2.

Group ‘A’

Library and Information Officer

10000-325-15200

 

1

3.

Group ‘B’

Asstt. Library and Information Officer

6500-200-10500

2

4.

Group ‘B’

Library and Information Asstt.

5500-175-9000

2

5.

Group ‘B’

Sr. Technical Restorer

5500-175-9000

2

6.

Group ‘C’

Technical Restorer

4500-125-7000

2

7.

Group ‘C’

Library Clerk

3050-75-3950-80-4590

2

8.

Group ‘D’

Library Attendant

2610-60-3150-65-3540

6

9.

Group ‘D’

Duster-cum-peon

2550-55-2660-60-3200

2

10.

Group ‘C’

Head Clerk

4500-125-7000

1

11.

Group ‘C’

UDC

4000-100-6000

1

12.

Group ‘C’

LDC

3050-75-3950-80-4590

2

13.

Group ‘D’

Chowkidar

2550-55-2660-60-3200

3

14.

Group ‘D’

Mali

2550-55-2660-60-3200

1

15.

Group ‘D’

Farrash-cum-peon

2550-55-2660-60-3200

3

 

 

 

TOTAL

31