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Madhusudhan Reddy   30 July 2015

Service count in a govt. institution

This is the problem of almost 30 members in our Institution. All of us having the same problem. 

 

We joined in a govt. university as lecturers on contratual basis for 3 years.

 

After 3 years completed, our contract was renewed for one year and then again for one more year automatically and thus served our organisation for 5 years continuosly with out any break. For the next two renewals, administration did not ask us to collect renewal orders also. 

 

But this time, our administation behavior is different. They didn't renew our contract from the very next day of 5 years completion. They renewed for one more year but with a gap of few days (But salary is payed for these few days also) from 5 years completion and forcing us to collect the renewal order also unlike last two times by holding the salary. What would be the reason behind it?

 

So, What we heard and thought is ..... if any one serves a govt. organisation continously for 5 years then that candidate should be obsorbed as permanent employee of that govt. organisation. Is it correct?

 

We served the institute for 5 years continuously and this is 6th year. But we entered into 6th year with a gap of few days in service. We had to accept/recieve the renewal order also for the sake of salary. So our service is broken now (what we feel !!). 

 

So, do we have any right to go legally on our problem ? Is our service treated as Continous service? Can we fight for permanent position in our university or at least a kind of job security !! 

 

Please suggest !! 



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Madhusudhan Reddy   05 August 2015

Sir, Anyone please respond..

Kumar Doab (FIN)     09 August 2015

You have posted that:

 

"They renewed for one more year but with a gap of few days (But salary is payed for these few days also) from 5 years completion and forcing us to collect the renewal order also unlike last two times by holding the salary. What would be the reason behind it?"
 

It smells of creating an gap that can be claimed as 'Artifical gap'.

Acquire salary slip showing salary was paid.

 

Try at your own level to build written recod in a manner as suitable to you (with your own efforts/thru unions/Lawyer/ Or audio/visual/recorded/witnessed/minuted) that salary was withheld and you were corced/intimidated to collect the renewal order showing purported gap.

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Kumar Doab (FIN)     09 August 2015

 

You have posted in this thread that:

 

“They didn't renew our contract from the very next day of 5 years completion……………….. We served the institute for 5 years continuously and this is 6th year. But we entered into 6th year with a gap of few days in service.”

 

It shall be better to unite and affiliate with various teachers forums/unions.

 

In other threads at:

https://www.lawyersclubindia.com/forum/Breaching-service-agreement-solution--123924.asp#.Vcc1_rV-jMo

https://www.lawyersclubindia.com/forum/Transfer-of-case-from-one-state-to-another-state-124282.asp

you have posted that you joined in year 2012  as Admin Officer in  Insurance Co., then left after 6 months and joined Indian Railway.

The facts are conflicting.

 

You may go for personal consultation with an able consultant/Lawyer/Law Firm dealing in Labor/service matters.......................even if you are a lawyer yourself or even if you have sound knowledge of other fields of law.

 

 

 

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Madhusudhan Reddy   09 August 2015

Dear kumar doab sir ... 

following threads are related to my brother who is currently working in Indian railways..

https://www.lawyersclubindia.com/forum/Breaching-service-agreement-solution--123924.asp#.Vcc1_rV-jMo

https://www.lawyersclubindia.com/forum/Transfer-of-case-from-one-state-to-another-state-124282.asp

 

Thats why I created a separate thread on my problem "govt. Institution" regarding. 


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