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The Central administrative Laws

The Central administrative Laws

The Tribunal is guided by the principles of natural justice in deciding cases and is not bound by the procedure, prescribed by the Civil Procedure Code. The Central Administrative Tribunal is empowered to frame its own rules of procedure and practice. Under the said provision of the Act, the Central Administrative Tribunal (Procedure) Rules, 1987 and Central Administrative Tribunal Rules of Practice, 1993 have been notified to ensure smooth functioning if the Tribunal.

The employees of the Central Administrative Tribunal are required to discharge their duties under the general superintendence of the Chairman. Salaries and Allowances and Conditions of Service of the officers and other employees of the Tribunal are specified by the Central Government. Pursuant to these provisions, the Central Government has notified the Central Administrative Tribunal Staff (Condition of Service) Rules, 1985. There are 1303 posts classified in 36 categories for assisting the Tribunal in discharging its functions. The Central Administrative Tribunal is a dynamic organization with increasing jurisdiction, responsibilities, and work load.

Nature of Dispute

Conditions of the service in connection with the affairs of the Union or of anyState or of any local or other authority within the territory of India or under thecontrol of the Government of India, or, as the case may be, of any corporation or society owned or controlled by the Government. The nature of dispute arises in respect of:

  • Remuneration (including allowances), pension and other retirement benefits.
  • Tenure including confirmation, seniority, promotion, reversion,premature retirement, and superannuation.
  • Leave of any kind.
  • Disciplinary matters; OR
  • Any other matter whatsoever

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