CCS CONDUCT RULES PDF
CENTRAL CIVIL SERVICES (CONDUCT) RULES, Page 1 of As amended upto 1CENTRAL CIVIL SERVICES (CONDUCT) RULES, Employment of Honorary workers in civil posts – applicability of the CCS ( Conduct) Rules (MHA OM No. 25/2/Ests. Dated on a Government servant any of the penalties specified in Rule 11; .. meaning of rule 3 C of the Central Civil Services (Conduct) Rules,
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CCS (Conduct) Rules - The Central Civil Services (Conduct) Rules, impose various restrictions on the Government servants. Important provisions of the. (2)(1) Supervisory officers must ensure integrity & devotion to duty of subordinates under his control and authority. (ii) Requires Govt. servant to act in his best. NOTIFICATION. S.O. In exercise of the powers conferred by the proviso to article and clause (5) of article of the Constitution and after consultation .
Acceptance of awards by Government servants — Clarification regarding. John Ambulance Brigade. AV 37 dated A , dated the 11th June, Decision No. A dated the 11th June, Decision No.
The Central Civil Services (Conduct) Rules,
A , dated 8th January, ] - Do — Action be held in abeyance [Cab. A , dated 5th February, ] Form of property return to be obtained from officers governed by the CCS Conduct Rules, — for the year ending A , dated 19th April, ] CCS Conduct Rules, — Transaction entered into by the spouse and other members of family of a Government servant out of their own funds.
A , dated 30th October, ] Consumption of intoxicating drinks by Government servants in receptions arranged by Foreign Missions, etc. A , dated the 7th December, ] Programme for reducing the consumption of alcoholic beverages — Instructions relating to Government servants. However, where the amount of deposit with a public limited company exceeds the monetary limits laid down in Rule 18 3 of the CCS Conduct Rules, , then a report to prescribed authority in regard to the deposit will be necessary under that rule.
However, in regard to Fixed Deposits with Banks also, a report should be made to the prescribed authority under Rule 18 3 of the CCS Conduct Rules, , if the monetary limit laid down therein are exceeded. The clarification contained in para 4 of this Department Office Memorandum No.
Day-to-Day Savings Bank transactions, either with a Bank or with a post-office would not, however come within the purview of Rule 18 3 of the CCS Conduct Rules, as already provided in para 4 of this Department office Memorandum No. A dated the 4th October, If the transaction is with a person having any official dealings with the Government servant, the Government servant is required to obtain prior sanction of the prescribed authority.
Sub-rule 3 , ibid provides that all Government servants should give an intimation to the prescribed authority within one month of entering into any transaction of movable property, the value of which exceeds the monetary limits prescribed in that Rule. In case any such transaction is with a person having official dealing with the Government servant, prior sanction of the prescribed authority is necessary.
CCS (Revised Pay) Rules,
The question of streamlining the procedure for obtaining prior sanction or making a report about the transactions of property by Government servants has been considered and it has been decided that all requests for obtaining prior sanction and making intimation about transactions in immovable and movable property may be made in the enclosed standard Forms I and II, respectively, devised for this purpose.
These forms contain the basic information required by the prescribed authority in all cases for considering a request for grant of permission or taking note of an intimation given by the Government servant.
The applications for obtaining sanction or making prior intimation regarding construction of a house will continue to be made in the form prescribed vide this Departments OM No. A , dated 20th June, Decision No. A question has been raised whether in addition to the return of assets and liabilities to be submitted at the time of initial appointment and the annual return of immovable property in case of Group A and Group B officers, the Government servants can be asked to furnish, at any time, the details of movable or immovable property held by them or on their behalf.
Attention in this regard is invited to sub-rule 4 of Rule 18 of the CCS Conduct Rules, , which provides that the Government or an authority prescribed under these rules, may at any time by a general or special order require any Government servant to furnish a full and complete statement of movable or immovable property held or acquired by him or on his behalf or by a member of his family.
The Government servant can also be asked to indicate the means by which, or the source from which, such property was acquired. It has been decided that loans taken by Government servants should also be brought within the purview of Rule 18 of the CCS Conduct Rules, A formal amendment to Explanation I giving a clarification to this affect is being issued separately.
According to the existing provisions of Rule 18 of the CCS Conduct Rules, , prior permission of the prescribed authority is required for transaction in immovable property with a person, who is having official dealings with the Government servant concerned. In other cases, only a prior intimation is to be given.
The provisions have been reviewed in the light of the amendments to Rule 18 of CCS Conduct Rules, carried out from time to time and it has been decided that in respect of the expenditure incurred on repairs and minor additions to an immovable property by a Government servant, an intimation shall be necessary to be given to the prescribed authority only if the estimate exceeds Rs.
However, prior sanction of the prescribed authority should be obtained in all cases regardless of amount involved, where the transaction regarding the material downloadd or contract for such repairs or minor construction, is with a person with whom the Government servant concerned has official dealings.
The provisions of sub-rule 4 of Rule 18 of the CCS Conduct Rules, provides that the Government or the prescribed authority may, at any time, by general or special order, require a Government servant to furnish within a period specified in the order, a full and complete statement of such movable or immovable property held or acquired by him or on his behalf or by any member of his family as may be specified in the order.
Such statement shall, if so required by the Government or by prescribed authority, include the details of the means by which or the source from which, such property was acquired.
Sub-rule 1 of Rule 16 also provides that no Government servant shall speculate in any stock, share or other investment. It has also been explained that frequent download or sale or both, of shares, securities or other investments shall be deemed to be speculation within the meaning of this sub-rule. None of these Ans:b The following action by a Govt servant does not amount of contravention of rule a b c d Making normal arrangement during election tours o ministers to enable them to carry out their responsibilities as ministers.
Arrangements by district officer for affording normal courtesies and security to Ministers on their visits connected with election campaign.
CCS Conduct Rules MCQs
A only All the above Ans:d Mark the correct option a b c d e Prior permission is required to join Bharat sevak samaj Participation of Govt servants in the Indo-Foreign cultural organizations to be avoided Mere intimation sufficient to join samyukta sadachar samiti Prior permission necessary to join foreign language classes conducted by Indoforeign cultural organizations. All the above Ans:e Strikes includes a b c d Mass abstention from work without permission Refusal to work overtime where such overtime work is necessary in the public interest Resort to practices or conduct which is likely to result in or results in the cessation or substantial retardation o work in any organization.
What are called go-slow, sit-down, pen-down, stay-in etc All the above Ans:d Criticism of Govt means and includes a b c d Which has the effect of an adverse criticism of any current or recent policy or action of the Central Government or a State Government Which is capable of embarrassing the relations between the Central Govt.B , dated The above points are clarified in the succeeding paragraphs.
A dated the 11th June, Decision No. It has, however, been noticed that these returns are not submitted in time in many cases.
A question has been raised whether in addition to the return of assets and liabilities to be submitted at the time of initial appointment and the annual return of immovable property in case of Group A and Group B officers, the Government servants can be asked to furnish, at any time, the details of movable or immovable property held by them or on their behalf. It is, therefore, clarified that transaction in immovable properties made by Government servants through Power of Attorney will attract the provisions of sub-rule 2 of rule 18 of the CCS Conduct Rules, As regards officers on deputation, the prescribed authority in the parent department will be responsible for obtaining, scrutinizing and keeping the returns on record.
Department Notification No.
A dated 2nd February ] Guidelines regarding prevention of sexual harassment of working women in the workplace.