FORM  D

 

BOND FOR PERMANENT GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES PROCEEDING ABROAD ON DEPUTATION FOR TRAINING

 

            KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENT THAT I,____________________resident of_______________________in the district of____________________at present employed as____________________in the department/office of_______________________________do hereby bind myself and my heirs, executors and administrators to pay to the Governor of Punjab (hereinafter called the Government) on demand the sum of Rs.__________(Rupees__________________) on account of my having been placed on deputation for training connected with*_________________________________________________________for the period from____________________to________________________at_____________**__________________at the cost of the Government under a foreign aided scheme in terms of Government circular letter No.3624-(3)-FR II-62/9900, dated the 21st September, 1962 together with interest thereon from the date of demand at Government rates for the time being in force on Government loans, or if payment is made in a country other than India, the equivalent of the said amount in the currency of that country converted at the official rate of exchange between that country and India.

 

            Dated this____________________________day of___________________one thousand nine hundred and____________________.

 

            WHEREAS THE above bounden_____________________is placed on deputation by Government.

 

            NOW THE CONDITION OF THE ABOVE WRITTEN OBLIGATION IS SUCH THAT if in the event of the above bounden________________________resigning or retiring from service without returning to duty after the expiry or termination of the period of training or at any time within a period of five years after his return to duty or in event of his removal or dismissal from service for any kind of misconduct during the prescribed period, he shall forthwith refund to the Government or may be directed by the Government to refund on demand the said sum of Rs.___________(Rupees__________________________) on account of his having been polaced on deputation as aforesaid together with interest thereon from the date of demand at Government rates for the time being in force on Government loans.

 

            *Particulars of the nature of training.

           

            **Name of countries.

 

            AND upon the above bounden____________________________making such refund the above written obligation shall be void and of no effect, otherwise it shall be and remain in full force and virtue.

 

            The Government of Punjab have agreed to bear the stamp duty payable on this bond.

 

            Signed and delivered by the above bounden_________________________in the presence of witnesses.

 

            1.____________________________________

            2.____________________________________

 

            In witness whereof, these presents having been signed by a duly authorised officer on behalf of the Governor of Punjab and by the other person(s) party thereto.

 

            For and on behalf of the Governor of Punjab.

 

            **____________________________________        **Designation of the Officer

FORM  E

 

BOND FOR TEMPORARY GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES PROCEEDING ABROAD ON DEPUTATION FOR TRAINING

 

            KNOW ALAL MEN BY THESE PRESENT THAT WE____________________resient of______________________in the district of______________________________at present employed as_______________(in the Department/Office of_______________________(hereinafter called “the obligor”) and Shri__________________________son of _____________________and Shri_________________________son of___________________________sureties on his behalf, do hereby jointly and severally bind ourselves and our respective heirs, executors and administrators to pay to the Governor of Punjab (hereinafter called “the Government”) on demand the sum of Rs._________(Rupees______________________) on account of obligor having been placed on deputation for training, connected with particulars of the nature of training_________________________for the period from ___________________to______________________at_________________names of countries at__________________at the cost of the Government under a foreign aided scheme in terms of Government circular letter No.3624-(3)-FR II-62//9900, dated the 21st September, 1962, together with interest therein from the date of demand at Government rates for time being in force on Government loans, or if payment is made in a country other than India, the equivalent of the said amount in the currency of that country converted at the official rate of exchange between that country and India.

 

            Dated this______________day of_______________________one thousand nine hundred and___________________.

 

            Whereas the above bounden_________________is placed on deputation by the Government.

 

            NOW THE CONDITION OF THE ABOVE WRITTEN OBLIGATION IS SUCH THAT if the event of the above bounden obligor Shri_______________resigning from service without returning to duty after the expiry of termination of the period of training or at any time within a period of five years after his return to duty or in the event of his removal or dismissal from service for any kind of misconduct during the prescribed period the obligor and the sureties shall forthwith refund to the Government on demand the said sum of Rs.____________(Rupees___________________________) on account of the obligor having been placed on deputation as aforesaid together with interest thereon from the date of demand at Government rates for the time being in force on Government loans.

 

            And upon the above bounden obligor Shri_______________________and/or Shri__________________________and/or Shri___________________________the sureties aforesaid, making such refund the above written obligation shall be void and of no effect; otherwise it shall be and remain in full force and virtue.

 

            PROVIDED ALWAYS, that the liability of the sureties hereunder shall not be impaired or discharged by reason of time being granted or by any forbearance, act or omission or the Government or any person authorised by them (whether with or without the consent or knowledge of the sureties) nor shall it be necessary for the Government to sue the said obligor before suing the above bounden sureties Shri___________________________________and Shri_______________________or any of them for the amount due hereunder.

 

            The Government of Punjab have agreed to bear the stamp duty payable on this bond.

 

            Signed and delivered by the above bounden______________________________________________________in the presence of__________________________________.

 

            Signed and delivered by the surety above named_________________________________in the presence of_____________________________________.

 

            Signed and delivered by the surety above named Shri_____________________in the presence of________________________________________.

 

            In witness whereof, these presents having been signed by a duly authorised Officer on behalf of the Governor of Punjab and by the other person(s) party thereto.

 

            For and on behalf of the Governor of Punjab.

 

Designation of the Officer.

FORM  D I

 

SUPPLEMENTARY BOND FOR PERMANENT GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES GRANTED EXTENSION OFDEPUTATION ON TRAINING

 

            KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS THAT I_____________________resident of __________________________in the district of_________________________________at present employed as_______________________in the Department/Office of_______________________do hereby bind myself, and my heirs, executors and administrators to pay to the Governor of Punjab (here-in-after called “the Government”) on demand the sum of Rs.________(Rupees__________________________________) together with interest thereon from the date of demand at Government rates for the time being in force on Government loans or if payment is made in a country other than India, the equivalent of the said amount in the currency of that country converted at the official rate of exchange between that country and India.

 

            Dated this________________day of_______________________One thousand nine hundred and___________________________.

 

            WHEREAS THE above bounden______________was placed on deputation on training by Government for the period from ________________to__________________at____________________(names of countries) at the cost of the Government under the Foreign Aided Scheme, in terms of Punjab Government circular letter No.3624-(3)-FR II/62/9900, dated the 21st September, 1972.

 

            AND WHEREAS in consideration of the Government having agreed to extend the period of deputation on training at its cost on the request of the above bounden____________________the above bounden has agreed to execute the supplementary bond on the conditions hereinafter mentioned.

 

            Now the condition of the above written obligation is that in the event of the above bounden resigning or retiring from service without returning to duty after the expiry or termination of the period of training so extended or at any time within a period of five years after his return to duty or in the event of his removal or dismissal from service for any kind of misconduct during the prescribed period, he shall forthwith refund to the Government on demand the said sum of Rs._________(Rupees____________________________________) together with interest thereon from the date of demand at Government rates for the time being in force on Government loans.

 

            AND upon the above bounden________________________making such refund the above written obligation shall be void and of no effect, otherwise the same shall be and remain in full force and virtue.

 

            The Government have agreed to bear the stamp duty payable on this bond.

 

            In witness whereof, these presents have been signed by a duly authorised officer on behalf of the Governor of Punjab and by the other person(s) party thereto.

 

            Signed and delivered by the above

Bounden______________________________in the presence of witnesses.

 

            1.         Signature_______________            Signature____________________

                                                                        Date________________________

                                                                        Place_______________________

 

            Name ______________________

            Address_____________________

 

            2.         Signature________________

                        Name___________________

                        Address_________________

 

                                                            For and on behalf of Governor of Punjab

                                                                        Signature___________________

 

            *Designation of Officer                         *_______________________

                        signing the bond.                                   Date__________________

 

 

FORM  E-I

 

SUPPLEMENTARY BOND FOR TEMPORFARY GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES GRANTED EXTENSION OF DEPUTATION ON TRAINING

 

                                    Know ALL MEN BY THESE Presents THAT WE___________________________RESIDENTof_______________________________________(hereinafter called “the obligor”) and Shri_________________________________, son of_____________________________and Shri__________________________, son of_________________________sureties on his behalf do hereby jointly and severally bind ourselves and our respective heirs, executors and administrators to pay to the Governor of Punjab (here in after called “the Government”) on demand the sum of Rs.___________(Rupees___________________________________) together with interest thereon from the date of demand at Government rates for the time being in force on Government loans or, if payment is made in a country other than India, the equivalent of the said amount in the currency of the country converted at the official rate of exchange between that country and India.

 

            Dated this_________________day of________________one thousand nine hundred and____________________.

                                    WHEREAS THE above bounden__________________was placed on deputation on training by Government for the period from____________to_________________in consideration of which a bond, dated____________________for Rs._______________was executed by him in favour of the Governor of Punjab.

 

                                    AND WHEREAS at the request of the above bounden______________the period of deputation on training is extended from______________________to_______________at____________________(names of countries) at the cost of the Government under the Foreign Aided Scheme, in terms of Punjab Government circular letter No.3624-(3)-FR II-62/9900, dated 21st September, 1962.

 

            AND WHEREAS in consideration of the Government having agreed to extend the period of deputation on training at its cost on the request of the above bounden_____________the above bounden has agreed to execute the supplementary bond on the conditions hereinafter mentioned.

 

            Now the condition of the above written obligation is that in the event of the above bounden obligor Shri____________________________resigning from service without returning to duty after the expiry or termination of the period of training so extended or at any time within a period of five years after his return to duty or in the event of his removal or dismissal from service for any kind of misconduct during the prescribed period, the obligor and the sureties shall forthwith refund to the Government on demand the said sum of Rs.________(Rupees______________________________) together with interest thereon from the date of demand at Government rates for the time being in force on Government loans.

 

            And upon the above bounden obligor Shri____________________and/or Shri_________________________the sureties aforesaid, making such refund the above written obligation shall be void and of no effect, otherwise it shall be and remain in fullforce and virtue.

 

            PROVIDED ALWAYS that the liability of the sureties hereunder shall not be impaired or discharged by reason of time being granted or by any fore-bearance act or omission of the Government or any person authorised by them (whether with or without the consent or knowledge of the sureties) nor shall it be necessary for the Government to sue the said obligor before suing the above bounden sureties Shri________________________and Shri____________________________or any of them for the amount due here-under.

            The Government have agreed to bear the stamp duty payable on this bond.

            In witness whereof, these presents have been signed by a duly authorised Officer on behalf of the Governor of Punjab and by the other person(s) party thereto.

 

            Signed and delivered by the above bounden____________________in the  presence of______________________                         Signature_____________

                                                                                                            (Obligor)

 

Signature of witness________________                      Date_______________

Signed and delivered by the surety above                      Signature__________________

                                                                                                            (Opbligor)

Named Shri_______________________                               

In the presence of___________________                   Date_______________

 

Signature of witness_________________                    Signature__________________

Surety above named Shri                                                                      (Surety)

___________________in the presence of

_________________________________                  Date_______________

 

Signature of witness_________________

            For and on behalf of the Governor of Punjab

 

Signature________________

Designation of Officer signing the bond____________________________

 

Date:______________

 

APPENDIX  21

(Referred to in Rules 13.4)

Rules governing the grant of free passages to Government employees engaged on contract.

 

1.         (i)         These rules regulate the grant of passages to personnel engaged in the United Kingdom for service under the Punjab Government, who are provided with second class passages on appointment.

 

            Note:-  These rules shall also to apply to any other civilian personnel engaged, by the High Commissioner, for the Punjab Government for a term of years on contract.

 

            The class of passage to be provided should be stated in each case in which a request for the engagement of personnel is forwarded to the High Commissioner for India.

 

            If, in any case, it should be desired to restrict the passage rights of any such personnel, a definite intimation of that fact should be conveyed to the High Commissioner at the time he is asked to make the appointment.  The general rules should apply save in very exceptional circumstances.

 

Note 2:-           These rules are also applicable to Government employees on contract who are subsequently appointed permanently to pension able posts.

 

2.         In these rules “employee” means a person to whom these rules apply.

            “Family” includes a wife unmarried sons and daughters and step-daughters of any age and step-sons under the age of 16 years who reside with an are dependent upon the employee.

            The expression “free passage” includes

            (a)        second class accommodation by steamship by the all-sea route;

            (b)        second class railway fare from the employees’ home or usual place of residence to the  port of embarkation and vice versa, plus the following allowances for incidental expenses: 15 s. for the employee traveling alone, 20 s. for the employee traveling with his wife and family, 15 s. for a wife traveling alone, and 20 s. for a wife accompanied by children;

            (c)        a free railway pass (or on allowance in lieu thereof) and free conveyance of baggage up to a limit of two quintals for the journey from the port of disembarkation in India to his station and vice versa, plus the following allowances for incidental expenses: Rs. 20 for the employee traveling alone or with his wife and family, Rs. 15 for a wife traveling alone, and Rs.20 for a wife accompanied by children;

            (d)        a mileage allowance in India at the rate laid down for the time being by the Government for each person for such journeys by road as may be necessary;

            (e)        halting allowance in India at the rate laid down for the time being by the Government for each person for every day if detained under orders at the port of disembarkation or elsewhere.

 

3.                     Free passages to India shall be granted by the Government:-

            (a)        On the occasion of their first voyage to India after his engagement for service, to the members of the employee’s family existing at the time of his engagement, where they accompany the employee or join him later, if they have not been in India since his engagement;

            (b)        to the wife of an employee who enters service as a bachelor but marries while in the United Kingdom when proceeding to India to marry him;

            (c)        to the intended wife of an employee when proceeding to India, to marry him:

            Provided that an employee who has been granted a free passage for his wife or intended wife under this rule shall not be entitled to a second passage if he remarries but a second wife may claim any concessions which where available to but were not utilised by a first wife.

4.         Free passage to the United Kingdom shall be granted to an employee when granted leave on medical certificate to that country during his service, and free passage back to India when pronounced fit to resume duty.  If an employee shall take leave on private affair after being pronounced by the Medical Board fir to return to duty in India, he shall forfeit any right to free return passage to India under this rule.

5.         Free passage to any port in Europe or in a British Colony, Dominion, or possession, shall be granted to an employee who is recommended by the proper medical authority to proceed to such place, and free return passage when pronounced fit to resume duty, provided that the cost of such passage shall not exceed the cost of passage from the United Kingdom.  If an employee shall take leave on private affairs after being pronounced by the Medical Board fit to return to India under this rule.

6.         When an employee is granted leave on Medical certificate, the Government will, but not more than twice during his service, pay half the cost of passage from and/or to India for his family if they accompany him or proceed or follow him within a time fixed by Government.  But the cost of this concession shall not exceed half the cost of passages to an/or from the United Kingdom.  If an employee shall take leave on private affairs after being pronounced by the Medical Board fit to return to India, he shall forfeit any right to free return passage to India under this rule.

Note:-  No maximum time limit for the purpose of this rule has been fixed.

7.         An employee who, whilst on ordinary leave out of India, is granted leave on medical certificate for a period exceeding two months on account of an illness which is certified by the proper medical authority to have been contracted in India or to be due to service in that country, shall be granted a free passage to India for himself together with half the cost of passages for his family (subject to the limitation stated in Rule 6) from the United Kingdom or from any port in Europe or in a British Colony, Dominion or Possession on his being pronounced fit to resume duty by the proper Medical Officer on the termination of such leave.  In the case of an employee on leave a British Colony, Dominion or Possession, the Government shall decide for the purpose of this rule, what medical evidence shall be accepted.

 

8.         Free passages to the United Kingdom or to any port in a British Colony, Dominion or Possession shall be granted to the family of an employee who dies whilst in Government service:

            Provided that the cost of such passages shall not exceed the cost of passages to the United Kingdom.  

9.         Free passages to the United Kingdom shall be granted to the employee and his family at the end of his service if his service is regarded as satisfactory and provided further that he actually quits the service in India and leaves India within such time as the competent authority may direct.  A woman employee whose service is terminated by marriage shall not be eligible for passage under this rule.   

 

10.       In lieu of the passage admissible under rule 9, an employee may be granted passages to any other country, if he wishes to proceed there and has permission to reside there, subject to his formally renouncing any claim to return passage to the United Kingdom.               

            Provided that the cost of such passages shall not exceed to the cost of passages to the United Kingdom. 

11.       In lieu of the passage admissible under rule 9 or 10 passages may, in exceptional circumstances, be provided prior to the end of the employee’s service.  When such passages have been so provided, no further passage shall be admissible when the employee finally leaves the service and any sum paid in respect of such passages shall be liable to recovery, should be employee’s subsequent service prove unsatisfactory or should he terminate his service in circumstances other than such as may reasonably be regarded as covered by the term “retirement including invaliding.”                   

 

            Note 1:-           The concessions in this rule will be admissible on the outward journey or the dependents of employees returning to India from sick leave, or in the case of those who purchased return tickets for their families, they will be entitled to a refund of half the cost to them of the halves of such tickets.

            Note 2:-           The grant of a passage to an employee when proceeding on leave preparatory to retirement is admissible under provisions of this rule.

APPENDIX  22

(Referred to in Foot-note below rule 3.26 of Punjab Civil Services Rules, Volume I, Part I and rule 5.32 of Punjab Civil Services Rules, Volume 11)

THE PUNJAB CIVIL SERVICES (PREMATURE RETIREMENT) RULES, 1975

            Rules framed by the Punjab Government under article 309 of the Constitution of India and all other powers and wish the previous approval of the Central Government under sub-section (7) of section 115 of the States Reorganization Act, 1956 and sub-section (6) of section 82 of the Punjab Reorganization Act, 1966.

1.         Short title and commencement:

            (1)        These rules may be called the Punjab Civil Services (Premature  Retirement ) Amendments Amending  Rules, 1987.

            (2)        They shall come into force at once.

2.         Definitions:     In these rules, unless the context otherwise requires the following expressions having the meanings hereby respectively assigned to them, that is to say—

            (1)        “appropriate authority” means the authority which has the power to make substantive appointments to the post or service from which the Government employee is required or wants to retire or any other authority to which it is subordinate.

            (2)        “employee” means any person appointed to public services and posts in connection with the affairs of the State of Punjab, excluding those listed in rule 7.

            (3)        “qualifying service” means service qualifying for pension.  

3.         (1)        Premature Retirement:

            (a)        The appropriate authority shall, if it is of the opinion that it is in public interest to do so, have the absolute right, by giving an employee prior notice in writing, to retire that employee on the date on which he completes twenty five         years of qualifying service or attains fifty years of age or on any date thereafter to be specified in the notice.

            (b)        The period of such notice shall not be less than three months:

            Provided that where at least three months’ notice is not given or notice for a period less than three months is given, the employee shall be entitled to claim a sum equivalent to the amount of his pay and allowances, at the same rates at which he was drawing them immediately before the date of retirement, for a period of three months or, as the case may be, for the period by which such notice falls short of three months.

            (2)        Any Government employee may, after giving at least three months’ previous notice in writing to the appropriate authority retire from service on the  date on which he completes twenty-five years of  qualifying service or attains fifty rears of age or on any date thereafter to be specified in the notice:

            Provided that no employee under suspension shall retire from service except with the specific approval of the appropriate authority.

            (3)        (a)        At any time after an employee has completed twenty years of qualifying service, he may, by giving notice of not less than three months in writing to the appropriate authority, retire from service.

            (b)        The notice of voluntary retirement given under this sub-rule shall require acceptance by the appropriate authority.

            (c)        Where the appropriate authority does not refuse to grant the permission for retirement before the expiry of the period specified in the said notice, the retirement shall become effective from the date of expiry of the said period.

            (4)        The employee, who has elected to retire under sub-rule (2) or sub-rule (3) and has given the necessary notice to that effect to the appropriate authority, shall be precluded from withdrawing his notice except with the specific approval of the appropriate authority.

                        Provided that the request for withdrawal shall be made before the intended date of his retirement .

Note 1:-           An employee may make a request, in writing, to  the appropriate authority to accept notice of less than three months giving reasons therefore and such a request for the curtailment of the period of notice shall be considered on merit and if the appropriate authority is satisfied that such curtailment will not cause any administrative inconvenience it may relax the requirement of notice of three months on the condition that the employee shall not apply for commutation of a part of his pension before the expiry of the notice period of three months.”

Note 2:-           If an employee retires under sub-rule (2) or (3) above while he is on leave not due, without returning to duty, the retirement shall take effect from the date of commencement of the leave not due and the leave salary paid in respect of such leave shall be recovered as provided in rule 8.119 (d) of the Punjab Civil Services Rules, Volume I, Part I.

Note 3:-           In computing the notice period of three months referred to in rule 3, the date of service of the notice and the date of its expiry shall be excluded.”         

4.                     Retiring Pension and Gratuity: (1)            A retiring pension and death-cum-retirement gratuity shall be granted to an employee who retires or required to retire under rule 3.

            (2)        While granting proportionate pension and gratuity to an employee retiring under sub-rule (3) of rule 3, his qualifying service, as on the date of intended retirement shall be increased by a period not exceeding five years, so however, that the total qualifying service of the employee as so increased shall not in any case exceed thirty years or the period of qualifying service which the employee would have completed had he Volume II. retired on the date of his superannuation, whichever be less.

            (3)        The pension and gratuity of the employee retiring under sub-rule (3) of rule 3 shall be based on the emoluments as defined in rule 6-190 and 6.24 of the Punjab Civil Services Rules, Volume II, and the increase in his qualifying service under sub-rule (2) shall not entitle him to any national fixation of pay for purposes of calculating pension and gratuity.

            (4)        The amount of pension to be granted after allowing increase in the qualifying service under sub-rule (2) shall be subject to the provisions of rules 2.2 and 6.4 of the Punjab Civil Services Rules,

5.         Overriding effect: - The provisions of these rules shall have effect notwithstanding anything inconsistent therewith contained in any other rules for the time being in force.

6.         Repeal: All rules regulating the conditions of service as respects premature retirement of persons appointed to public services and posts in connection with the affairs of the State of Punjab, in force immediately before the commencement of these rules, are hereby  repealed :

            Provided that—

            (a)        such repeal shall not affect the previous operation of the rules hereby repeated or anything done, or any action taken, there under;                                              

            (b)        any  proceeding under the rules hereby repeated, pending at the commencement of these rules shall be continued and disposed of in accordance with the provisions of these rules as if such proceedings were proceedings under these rules.

7.         Saving: - Nothing in these rules shall apply to the members of the All India Services.

8.         Interpretation: - If any doubt arises as to the interpretation of any of the provisions of these rules, the matter shall be referred to the Governor by a general or special order and the Governor or such other authority shall decide it.

 

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