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Ishwar Sharma   29 August 2021

Job while doing regular degree course

Mr. A has done his regular B.Tech degree from XYZ University ,while doing regular Job in Central govt Institute on outsourcing basis,without any permission from his deptt.

My Queries are:-

1. Is it attracts a crime,if yes which IPC or CrPC.

2.is liable for disciplinary proceedings.

3.He might be expel/fired from his job or not.

4.Supression of facts is a misconduct on the part of a government contract employee, which call for disciplinary action and eventual removal from service, if proved guilty.pls guide.

 

Pls all expert guide for same.

Awaiting your positive response.

 

 

 



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 5 Replies

kavksatyanarayana (subregistrar/supdt.(retired))     29 August 2021

1. No. 2 to 5: The employee will be removed from the Services when noticed by the department concerned.

Dr J C Vashista (Advocate)     30 August 2021

Since the work is stated to have been "outsourced" by the department to a contract, terms and conditions of contractor (but not Departmental / DoPT) shall apply wherein the contractor is least concerned till you are working to his/her satisfaction. No such bar / restriction is there to pursue higher studies during your personal time without permission of contractor.

G.L.N. Prasad (Retired employee.)     30 August 2021

1.It is not a crime or irregularity for an outsourced employee, but it may be improper for a regular employee. But, it can not be said proper, if the employee suppressed his status in his application before the engineering college. That is a different issue. 2.The outsourced employee is not a regular employee of that company. 3.The regulation is absolutely true but applicable to those employees recruited by Govt and appointed by the Govt.
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P. Venu (Advocate)     31 August 2021

There is no irregularity in your pursuing the regular course of study.

Carlotta Hillery (lawyer)     30 October 2022

Thanks, this is a very helpful answer


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