Haryana cabinet regularises services

Haryana government on Wednesday announced it would regularize the services of group B, C and D employees working on adhoc/contract/daily wages and part time basis.

Updated: Jul 27, 2011, 18:34 PM IST

Chandigarh: Haryana government on Wednesday
announced it would regularize the services of group B, C
and D employees working on adhoc/contract/daily wages and
part time basis.

A decision to this effect was taken here by Haryana
cabinet which met under chairmanship of Chief Minister
Bhupinder Singh Hooda.

As a result of this decision, a large number of employees
stand to benefit including 3,000 in group `B` alone, Hooda
told reporters.

The services of group B, C and D employees will
be regularized subject to the condition that the employees
should have continued to work for not less than ten years as
on April 10, 2006, and are still in service but not under
cover of the orders of the Courts or Tribunals, against vacant
posts.

The period of continuous break in such service should
not be more than one month in a calendar year and the
employees must possess the minimum prescribed qualifications
for the post on the date of appointment.

Among other conditions include that the concerned
employee should have been appointed only after either his/her
name has been sponsored by the Employment Exchange or has been
appointed on the basis of recommendations made by the
departmental selection committee by inviting applications
through advertisement against duly sanctioned vacant post.

This policy is a one-time gesture on humanitarian ground,
the Chief Minister said, adding that in future, no irregular
appointment/employment on adhoc/contract shall be made against
sanctioned posts.

PTI