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Sushil Kumar Mishra
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Hi! we know that now in most of the government jobs there is a probabtion period of 2 years and after successful completion of the probation period you are enrolled as a permanent employee.
my query is that suppose there is some new government department who appoints its total staff (as there is no permanent employee at present)and therefore its whole staff is on probation period. Now, if due to some or other reason the department gets closed before 2 years then what will happen to the persons appointed and who have yet not completed their probation period.
Will they will be suspended ??????
Can they claim permanancy ???????
What will be their future ???????
Details of the Appointing Authority is as follows:-
Post : Asst. Professor
Department of Architecture & Town Planning,
Faculty of Engineering & Architecture,
Jai Narain Vyas University, Jodhpur (Rajasthan)
Kindly send your legal advise........
Thanks & Regards........

its depend upon the terms and condition of appointment it is better to first go through with your offer letter if there is any specific clause of such concequences or not
as becouse your querry is regarding govt.entity this may happen
hope my point is clear to you but if you want further knowldge then go through with employment rules
thank &regards

In this case closure would amount to dismissal.If en bloc termination of Probationers is done it would amount to Dismissal which you can all challenge in a Court of Law.
With Regards
V.Sounder Rajan

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Dear Sir,
Thanks for your response! You have said in your reply that we can all challange the action in the Court of Law, but I want to know how strong will be our case? what are the chances that Court give decision in our favour and ask the govt. to transfer us in some other govt. department or any such.........
Waiting for your reply
Thanks & Regards,

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