(12.3)    Absorption of staff on Foreign Service.

 

(12.3.1)  In the CSIR establishments there are some scientific, technical; administrative and other staff appointed on foreign service terms on loan from the Central and State Governments for specified periods.  These members of the staff, after certain Periods are considered for permanent absorption against permanent posts in the CSIR establishments.  Before considering permanent absorption of such staff who are on foreign service terms with the CSIR, it is necessary that all records pertaining to their past service, confidential rolls and personal files should be obtained from their parent departments and carefully scrutinised.  Some of these posts may be of 'local cadres' in the laboratories but permanent absorption of such incumbents on foreign service against any Post under the CSIR should be made with the approval of the Director-General, Scientific & Industrial Research after furnishing necessary documents in respect of their service as indicated above.  This may kindly be followed. 

(CSIR letter No. 16(98)/66-E.I., dated, the 9th Dec., 1966) 

(12.3.2) Carry forward of leave by Govt. servants on their permanent absorption in the CSIR.

 It is clarified after consultation with the F.A. to CSIR that in the cases of Government servants permanently absorbed in the CSIR service in public interest before 16.6.1967 who are allowed the benefit of carry forward of leave in terms of this office letter No.3(295)/68-E.III dated 14.6.1971, no recovery of leave salary towards such leave will need to be made from their respective Government Departments.

 (CSIR letter No.3(295)/68-E.IH, dated, the 16th Feb., 1972)

(12.3.3) Absorption of Central Government servants in public Enterprises.

I am directed to forward herewith a copy of letter No.1/12/73 dated 13th February, 1973 from.  Shri J.S. Mathur, Deputy Director(Codes), Office of the Comptroller & Auditor General of India, New Delhi to all the Accountants General for information and future guidance in such cases.

     (CSIR letter No.7(36)1/56-E.II(Vol.II), dated, the 28th April, 1975)

 (12.3.4) Absorption of Central Government servants in public Enterprises.

 In accordance with the provisions of Rule 37 of the Central Civil Service (Pension) Rules, 1972, a Govt.  Servant is deemed to have retired from the service from the date on which he is absorbed in or under a body controlled or financed by the Govt.  The contributions recovered from the Foreign Employer beyond the date of absorption of the Govt.  Servants do not therefore, fall under the purview of F.R. 1 15.  The contributions recovered beyond the date of permanent absorption should, therefore, be refunded to the Foreign employer.  It is requested that requisite steps may please be taken to refund the Foreign Service contributions to the Foreign Employers wherever such recoveries have been made in excess.

 (Copy of letter No.96-Codes/1/12-73, dated, dated, 13th Feb., 1973 from J.S. Mathur, Deputy Director (Codes) Office of the Comptroller & Auditor General of India, New Delhi to all the Accountants General etc.}