Suspension period treatment


How to treat the period of suspension when minor penalty is imposed on a government servant
 
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only 3 month
 
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subregistrar/supdt.(retired)

Ji, the Disciplinary Authority may on his/her discretion basing on the nature of charge/charges, the suspension period may be treated as the suspension period  spent on duty" OR as Leave spent on duty ( for which the suspended employee is eligible). 

 
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Guhan, please clarify the fact, whether it is actually you or on somebody else's behalf you have posted this query. Because, I doubt that it is not minor penalty imposed by the disciplinary committee, but the employee has been placed on maximum 90 days suspension for some serious misdemeanor, pending the further proceedings, like charge sheet and all. Nonetheless, the suspended employee will receive only subsistence allowance for 90 days and not full pay plus the allowances. If he wishes, he can appeal his minor punishment, (if really punished so).
 
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Advocate

The mode of treating period of suspension would be mentioned in the Order imposing punishment. Please verify.

 
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Dy Director

if the proceedings resulted in a decision other than major penalty then the period will be treated as duty  unless there are reasons to substantiate the the suspensiopn was justified.

 
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