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    Is there any rule governing as to how a service documents of an employee is to be sent on his transfer to a new station - What I mean is , Can we send by hand or should it be sent only through insured parcel?

    Any orders/ reference , please?


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    Quote Originally Posted by R K Rao View Post
    Is there any rule governing as to how a service documents of an employee is to be sent on his transfer to a new station - What I mean is , Can we send by hand or should it be sent only through insured parcel?

    Any orders/ reference , please?

    Thanks

    RKR
    RK: I am not aware of any specific instructions in this regard. However, it is the duty and responsibility of the office to ensure that the Service Book is transferred in a secured manner so that it reaches safely to the other destination. This may include Regd. AD, Speed Post, etc. It can even be sent by hand, if the other office authorises an official to collect the same. Or it can be sent through some body who is a responsible officer. The decision to send by hand is a subjective decision and best left to the judgment of the officer concerned.

    Victor

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    Mr Victor,
    Thanks, as usual. Meanwhile, it is nice to hear from you after a long gap.

    RK

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    maintenance of service book in duplicate is it mandatory.

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    According to General Financial Regulations (reproduced in Swamy's - Handbook) it is required that a copy of the service book is given to the employee, to be updated each January. If individual's copy is lost, it has to be replaced with a fine of Rs. 500/-.

    RK

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