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sridharan venkataraman
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Dear Experts, One of our employees who joined the company has furnished his date of birth as 00.00.1997 in support of his secondary school leaving certificate submitted by him in 1997. Now, he is seeking an amendment to his date of birth to 00.00.2000 by producing a certificate of birth issued by the Birth and Death department in 2003. We have denied this amendment as sought by him since our certified standing order of the company stipulates that the date of birth of the employee shall be recorded per the SSLC certificate, and any difference in date of birth the date of birth recorded as per SSLC certificate shall become final. Now my query is
1. Whether our stand is legally correct?
2. What sort of action can be taken by the employee against our denial of his request?
Please advice
Regards
V Sridharan

From India, Mumbai
vmlakshminarayanan
919

Hi, In this case the employee should make the changes (the revised DOB) through Gazette notification and should produce the copy which will be valid.
From India, Madras
defeated-hapless
Since our certified standing order against the company mandates that the employee's date of birth be recorded in accordance with the SSLC certificate and that the date of birth recorded according to the SSLC certificate becomes final in the event of a discrepancy in date of birth, your rejection of this amendment as requested by him is required. The officer is required to produce a legitimate copy and notify the modifications (geometry dash lite amended DOB ) in the Official Gazette.
From Germany
verna-kuhlman
The employee wants you to reject this amendment, but you must follow our certified standing order against the company, which states that the employee's date of birth must match their geometry dash SSLC certificate and will take precedence over any other recorded date.

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