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  1. Anitha Nair
    Sir My doubt on Condition No 4 of DOPT
  2. Anitha Nair
    Sir, your clarification is sought with regard to Para 4 of DOPT
  3. Anitha Nair
    Dear Sir
    I would like to know if a suspended official can be permitted to apply for GPF part final payment and also if the Official can claim medical reimbursement under CGHS or AMA rules.
    Y.sincerely

    Anitha.
  4. Anitha Nair
    Dear Sir
    A Gr.D Official joined on 19.4.77 in scale 750-940. Then granted insitu promotion in scale 775-1025. When a merged scale of 775-1150 was introduced he was placed in the scale. After VPC he was placed in S-2 scale 2610-3540 wef 1.1.96. He was granted 1st ACP on 9.8.99 in S-3 scale 2650-4000 after ignoring insitu promotion as per O.M dt.10.2.00. Later he was placed in S-2A scale of 2610-4000 wef 1.1.96 introduced in replacement of 775-1150. On revision of hierarchical scales taking into a/c S-2A scale as per O.M dt.1.6.01 1st ACP was reviewed & same was granted in S-4 scale 2750-4400. He was not granted any more upgradations & was later granted only 3rd MACPS from 1.9.08 in PB-I + 2400.
    The Official has now retired. But his pension papers are returned by PAO with remarks that since he was already granted S-2A scale he is not entitled for 1st ACP & has to be granted only 2nd ACP from 19.4.01 in S-4 scale 2750-4400. Kindly clarify.

    Anitha.
  5. Anitha Nair
    Thanks for your reply.
    With Regards
    Anitha.
  6. Anitha Nair
    Dear Sir
    I need clarification regarding treatment of `Break in service under F.R 17-A’, while considering financial upgradations under MACPS.
    As per DOPT clarificatory orders on ACP Scheme 1999, as Break in service under F.R 17-A, does not affect normal regular promotion, it will have no effect on financial upgradations under ACP Scheme. Will the same rule apply in MACPS cases also ? If so, in cases of treatment of Suspension Period as `Non-duty period’, which is treated as break in service, will the break in service period, not have effect on financial upgradations under the scheme ?
    With regards
    Anitha.
  7. Anitha Nair
    Sorry, I need some more clarification in the matter eligibility of MACPS, which was sent to you on 2.10.13. As per MACP Rules, if the promotion is offered after grant of ACP, and the same is refused by an Official, the question of deferment will not arise. The Official already earned the ACP in the post of Head Clerk on 14.11.07 itself, and was subsequently offered promotion to the post of Head Clerk, which was refused by him. Since the 3rd MACP is due in next Gr.Pay of 4600/- from 14.1.13, will it still be postponed for a year?

    With regards
    Anitha.
  8. Anitha Nair
    Thanks for the clarification
    With regards
    Anitha
  9. Anitha Nair
    Dear Sir
    Kindly clarify regarding eligiblity for 3rd MACPs in the following case. An Official was appointed as LDC on 14.11.83. He was promoted as UDC in pre-revised scale of 4000-100-6000 (revised scale of PB-1 + Gr.P of 2400) on 12.4.98. He got 2nd financial upgradation under old ACP Scheme on 14.11.07 in pre-revised scale of 5000-150-8000 ie, in the next promotional scale of Head Clerk (revised scale of PB-2 + 4200). He was subsequently offered promotion to the post of Head Clerk on 26.2.2012. But since he refused the promotion, he was debarred for one year. After one year, ie, during Feb.13, he was once again offered the promotion & he accepted the same. Now he is due for 3rd financial upgradation under MACPS, after completion of 30 yrs on 14.11.13, in PB-2 + G.P 4600. Will the MACPs be granted to him from 14.11.13, or after one year, ie, from 14.11.14due to the debarred period.
    With regards
    Anitha.
  10. Anitha Nair
    Dear Sir
    Thank you for the clarification.

    With regards
    Anitha.
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