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Jitendra Singh   11 January 2022

article 168

please explain, what happen if a goverment teacher works for online platform and accepting income in his own account.. what is the maximum possible adverse effect


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Archana Pandey   11 January 2022

I don't think that there should be any adverse effect if they are not violating office hours norms. Most of the government teachers give online or offline classes after working hours. 

zamora acosta   12 January 2022

Do you ever think payment via bitcoin? And have no effect if they are not violating law. Happy Wheels Unblocked

 

Archana Pandey   16 January 2022

Well, Article 168 is not relate with this question as Article 168 in The Constitution Of India 1949

168. Constitution of Legislatures in States(1) For every State there shall be a Legislature which shall consist of the Governor, and

(a) in the States of Bihar, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Karnataka and Uttar Pradesh, two houses:

(b) in other States, one House

(2) Where there are two Houses of the Legislature of a State, one shall be known as the Legislative Council and the other as the Legislative Assembly, and where there is only one House, it shall be known as the Legislative Assembly.

However, no such act has been mentioned in provisions relating to suspension are scattered across several rules. The main provisions are contained in Rule 10 of CCS (CCA) Rules, 1965 (or corresponding rules governing the Governing the Government servant concerned) and FR 53, 54 and 55. Under 4 

(b)   Suspension may be desirable in the circumstances indicated below:-

(i)                 any offence or conduct involving moral turpitude:

(ii)               corruption, embezzlement or misappropriation of Government money, possession of disproportionate assets, misuse of official powers for personal gain;

(iii)             serious negligence and dereliction of duty resulting in considerable loss to Government;

(iv)             desertion of duty;

(v)               refusal or deliberate failure to carry out written orders of superior officers. In respect of the types of misdemeanour specified in sub clauses (iii) and (V) discretion has to be exercised with care.

5.         Reasons for Suspension, if not indicated in the suspension order itself, should be communicated within three months. Hope it clarifies.


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