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I am Central Government Confirmed Employee. I have issued a charge sheet. The charge leveled against me in the charge sheet is that I have written two different name of the institute for passing B.A. and M.A. Hence, it is misleading and false information and a violation of CCA (Conduct) Rules. The inquiry Officer submitted a report and it's mentioned that Charge leveled against me in the charge sheet is NOT proven. Disciplinary authority overruled the inquiry reports and gave his findings for disagreement of the inquiry reports and gave the penalty "Removal from Service".

While giving the order of Removal from Service by Disciplinary Authority, it is stated the said institute is not recognized by the UGC.. My question is that :- How Disciplinary Authority imported the charge outside the preview of the charge sheet..? Because, Institution is not recognised by UGC is NOT the charge levelled against me in the charge sheet. My charges is that i have written two different name of the institute for passing the BA and MA and during course of inquiry, Inquiry Officer found that it's not the two different institutions. But, it's the two different study centre which run by one institution. Please advise me on this matter..

From India, Mormugao

Keep all your documents - Charge sheet, Enquiry proceedings, exhibits produced during the process of enquiry, enquiry officer's finding, termination letter from disciplinary authority, your academic certificates, your service rule etc.etc. handy and meet one advocate who is practicing in labor laws for necessary action(s)

As you are Central Government employee, you have lot of protection - en- cash those.

If EO's finding is "Not Guilty" , then forcefully termination by disciplinary authority to my opinion is illegal.

S K Bandyopadhyay ( WB, Howrah)

From India, New Delhi
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