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    Junior Member Priyavarshini is on a distinguished road
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    sirs

    Please clarify me.

    can an officer issue office order to his subordinate in the last minute of the working hour?

    can i say that i will see it on next day during office hours? is it amount to refusal of office order? can disciplinary proceedings be taken against me for that? Actually i am not refusing. As the office hours are over, i say that i'll see it next day.. Is that possible?

    is there any rule on this?

    please clarify me


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    Priya

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    The expressions 'last minute of the of the working hour' and 'As the office hours are over' are contradictory.
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    Firstly, we are all govt servants for 24 hours day and night.

    Secondly, govt orders can be issued at any time and can even be delivered at the residence for immediate compliance.

    Excuses will not work.

    Victor

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    I entirely agree with Shri Victor.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Victor View Post
    Firstly, we are all govt servants for 24 hours day and night.

    Secondly, govt orders can be issued at any time and can even be delivered at the residence for immediate compliance.

    Excuses will not work.

    Victor
    Is it necessary that Group IV officers has to sign in the register everyday after coming to office and while leaving the office in the evening?
    In some organisations like GSI it is not compulsory, I think. If they give a work report at the end of the month, it is sufficient. In some other organisations it is compulsory to sign. Why this difference?
    If it is compulsory to sign, is it also applicable to retired staff working as consultants/project advisers? Will their name should be in a single register along with regular employees or with temporary staff in other register? Or there are no such rules and it as per the convenience of the boss
    Thx and regards

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