Central University of Himachal Pradesh Recruitment Various Teaching Posts

Central University of Himachal Pradesh Recruitment Various Teaching Posts
Camp Office, Near HPCA Cricket Stadium, Dharamshala, District Kangra (HP)-176215 Phone No. 01892-229574; Fax No. 01892-229331; E-mail : [email protected]

Employment Notice No. 001/2022 Dated: 15.06.2022

APPOINTMENT TO VARIOUS TEACHING POSITIONS
(The link for ONLINE application shall be open w.e.f. 15.06.2022) Online applications are invited from the eligible Indian citizens for the following Teaching positions to be filled up on Regular basis:

Academic Pay Matrix Level:

 Professor : Academic Level-14 Rs. 1,44,200/- to Rs.2,18,200/-
 Associate Professor : Academic Level-13A Rs. 1,31,400/- to Rs. 2,17,100/-
 Assistant Professor : Academic Level-10 Rs. 57,700/- to Rs.1,82,400/-
A. Regular Vacancies

Sr. No. Name of Department/Centre No. of Posts
Professor Associate Professor Assistant Professor

  1. Ambedkar Studies – – 01 (UR-01)
  2. Animal Science (Zoology) 01(OBC-01- PWD-OH) 01 (OBC-01) –
  3. Chemistry and Chemical Science 01 (ST-01) – –
  4. Computational Biology Bioinformatics and 01 (ST-01) 01 (EWS-01) –
  5. Computer Science Informatics and 01 (ST-01) 01 (SC-01-PWD-VH) 01 (UR-01)
  6. Deen Dayal Upadhyay Studies 01 (UR-01) 01 (UR-01) –
  7. Education – 01 (UR-01) –
  8. English 01 (EWS-01) – –
  9. Fine Arts (Visual Arts) 01 (UR) 01 (UR-01) –
  10. Hindi 01 (OBC-01) 02 (ST-01, UR-01) –
  11. History, Culture and Archology – 01 (OBC-01) –
  12. HP Kendriya Vishwavidalaya Business School 02 (OBC-01, SC-01) 04 {SC-01, OBC-02,
    UR-01-PWD-OH, 02 (OBC-02)
  13. Journalism and Communication Mass – 02 (SC-01, UR-01) –
  14. Kashmir Studies 01 (UR-01) – –
  15. Library and Information Sciences 01 (OBC-01) 01 (OBC-01) –
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Sr. No. Name of Department/Centre No. of Posts
Professor Associate Professor Assistant Professor

  1. Mathematics – 02 (SC-01, EWS-01) –
  2. New Media 01 (OBC-01) 01 (OBC-01) –
  3. Plant Science (Botany) – 02 (UR-01, SC-01)
  4. Political Science International Relations and 01 (UR-01) 01 (SC-01-PWD-VH) –
  5. Punjabi and Dogri 01 (OBC-01) 01 (OBC-01) –
  6. Sanskrit 01 (OBC-01) 01 (OBC-01) –
  7. Social Work 01 (UR-01) – –
  8. Sociology and Anthropology Social 01 (SC-01) 02 (ST-01, SC-01) –
  9. Tourism and Management Travel 01 (SC-01) – –
  10. Yoga 01 (SC-01) 02 (OBC-01, EWS-01) 04 (UR-02, OBC-02)

26. Promotion of Ecological, Adventure, Health & Cultural Tourism

  • 01 (UR-01)
    Total 20 28 09

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No. Name of the Department/Ce ntre Teaching Positions Advertised against Lien Vacancy Contract period of post against lien vacancy
Professor Associate Professor Assistant Professor

  1. Computer Science and Informatics – – 01 (SC-01 on Contract basis against lien vacancy) Up to 22.03.2023
  2. Education – – 01 (UR-01 on Contract basis against lien vacancy) Up to 27.02.2023
  3. Environmental Science – 01 (SC-01 on Contract basis against lien vacancy) 01 (OBC-01 on Contract basis against lien vacancy) Associate Prof. (Up to11.12.2022)
    Assistant Prof.- (Up to09.01.2023)
  4. HP Kendriya Vishwavidalaya Business School – 01 (ST-01-on Contract basis against lien vacancy 01 (UR-01 on Contract basis against lien vacancy) Associate Prof. (Up to10.03.2023)
    Assistant Prof.- (Up to11.05.2023)
    Total – 02 04 –

 The eligibility shall be ascertained strictly on the basis of Academic/Research Score obtained as per the provisions contained under UGC Regulations, 2018 subject to fulfilling all the essential eligibility criteria as mentioned for Direct Recruitment for the post of Professor, Associate Professor and Assistant Professor. However, as per UGC Amendment Regulations, 2021, the Ph.D. Degree shall not be mandatory qualification for direct recruitment to the post of Assistant Professor in Departments of the Universities.

 The Posts advertised against ‘Lien Vacancy’ are up to given specified period of lien being maintained by the incumbent and in case the lien is extended for a specified period, currency of the vacancy shall also be extended till such time. However, in the event of repatriation of the incumbent maintaining the lien, the appointment made against the lien vacancy shall stand terminated forthwith.
 Last Date of receipt of applications: 14.07.2022
 Application Processing Fee: Rs.500/- for UR and Rs.400/- for OBC category. The SC/ST/PWD/Female candidates are exempted from paying the application processing fee. The application processing fee once paid shall not be refunded at any stage.
 University reserves the right to consider and invite exceptionally suitable candidates in absentia.

GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS

  1. The candidates who have already applied for various posts in the Department of
    (1) HPKV Business School, (2) Department of Yoga and (3) Department of Sanskrit against Employment Notice No. 001/2021 dated 21.10.2021 need not to apply again. However, If such candidates wish to provide additional information in their previous application, they may apply afresh without paying requisite fee by endorsing reference of previous application number and uploading its acceptance receipt at the appropriate window provided for the purpose in SAMARTH Online portal. These were the 3 departments where the university could not complete the screening process.
  2. Although applications are invited by “online” mode through ‘SAMARTH Portal’, yet the candidates are to submit self-attested printout of the accepted online application form alongwith self-attested copies of all the documents claiming education qualification, Teaching Experience, API, etc. to the university through Registered Post in an envelope superscribed as “Application for the post of… ”. This Registered
    post should reach within 10 days of last date fixed for receipt of application through online mode on SAMARTH Portal.
  3. The essential qualification for the post of Professor, Central for Kashmir Studies is attached at ‘Annexue-1’.
  4. The essential qualification for the post of Assistant Professor, Central for Ambedkar Studies is attached at ‘Annexue-2’.
  5. Any changes/amendments/updation/notice in this regard shall be posted on University website only. Candidates are advised to check the University Website regularly. The university will not be responsible for invalid/wrong email address and Mobile No., etc. mentioned by the candidates in their online application form. Therefore, it is the responsibility of the candidate to mention correct contact details and regularly check their email, SMS.
  6. Mere eligibility will not entitle any candidate to be called for interview. The eligibility shall be ascertained strictly on the basis of Academic/Research Score obtained as per Appendix II Table: 2 of UGC Regulations, 2018 subject to fulfilling all the essential eligibility criteria as mentioned for Direct Recruitment on the post of Professor, Associate Professor and Assistant Professor in the UGC Regulations, 2018.
  7. The relevance of Concerned/Allied Disciplines/Specialization has been decided by the university and the list of Concerned/Allied/Relevant disciplines/subjects is attached herewith.
  8. Only matriculation/SSC certificate/passing certificate issued by the concerned educational board will be considered as proof of date of birth. No other document will be accepted for verification of date of birth.
  9. Candidates belonging to SC/ST/OBC/EWS/PwD category should submit prescribed certificate as per the proforma of Govt. of India.
  10. Candidates belonging to OBC category, but coming in creamy layer will not be entitled to the benefits of reservation of OBC and shall be considered as Unreserved (UR) Category candidate.

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  1. The candidates applying for the post(s) reserved for OBC/EWS category must upload the OBC (Non Crème Layer)/EWS Certificate issued by the Competent Authority not older than 06 Months from the last date of receipt of application. The non-compliance shall entail the rejection of candidature.
  2. Candidates must ensure before applying that they are eligible according to the criteria stipulated in the advertisement. If the candidate is found ineligible at any stage of recruitment process, he/she will be disqualified and their candidature will be cancelled without any notice. Hiding/suppression of information or furnishing false information will lead to cancellation of candidature at any stage of recruitment.
  3. In case of any dispute, any suite or legal proceeding against the University, the territorial jurisdiction shall be Himachal Pradesh High Court at Shimla.
  4. The University reserves the right to Revise/Reschedule/Cancel/Suspend/withdraw the recruitment process without assigning any reason. The decision of the University shall be final and no appeal in this regard shall be entertained. The application processing fee once paid shall not be refunded at any stage.
  5. The candidate must upload legible copy(ies) of all the relevant documents which they have claimed in their online application form. The original certificates would be required at the time of interview only. Only the applications submitted through ‘Online Mode’ on SAMARTH Portal with uploading of all necessary documents will be considered with the condition that the hardcopy of application form & all documents is also sent through Speed/Registered post. Application submitted only through Registered/Speed Post (Without online submission) shall be straightway rejected.
  6. Candidates desirous of applying for more than one post should apply separately for each post alongwith requisite application processing fee.
  7. The in-service candidate(s) of Govt./Private Universities/Colleges/Autonomous bodies must upload NOC from their employer at the time of applying for the post(s) with a clear specification/mention that no vigilance case is pending/being contemplated against him/her.
  8. The decision of the Vice-Chancellor, Central University of Himachal Pradesh in all matters relating to eligibility, acceptance or rejection of applications, mode of selection and conduct of interview will be final and binding on the candidates and no enquiry or correspondence will be entertained in this connection from any individual or his/ her agency.
  9. Where an applicant requests, for good and sufficient reasons, to be considered in absentia, the Selection Committee on the recommendation of Screening Committee and only after the prior approval of the Vice- Chancellor in this regard, may consider his/her candidature.
  10. Incomplete applications shall be summarily rejected without any notice.
  11. Canvassing in any form will be treated as a disqualification for the post.
  12. Candidates must be in sound health. They must, if selected be prepared to undergo such medical examination and satisfy such medical authority as the University may require.
  1. The University reserves the right to change the number and nature of posts/vacancies without assigning any reason.
  2. The Candidates who have been awarded Ph.D. Degree from foreign university should enclose “Equivalence Certificate”, issued by the Association of Indian University (AIU), New Delhi, without the Equivalence Certificate their candidature will not be considered and application will be rejected. However, the persons who have acquired Ph.D. degree from Foreign University through nomination by the Ministry of Education, Government of India (earlier known as Ministry of Human Resource Development) foreign scholarship programme will be exempted from the Equivalence Certificate.
  3. The experience will be considered only after the date of fulfilling the minimum educational qualification as required for the post(s). The previous teaching experience shall be considered in accordance with CUHP norms as framed/amended from time to time.
  4. Beside the appointment of faculty on regular basis, the advertisement also includes invitation of proposal for appointment on long term (up to 10 years as per instruction of MHRD) on deputation basis and re-employment of superannuated teacher on contract basis. Those especially eminent scholars serving or retired who fulfil the requirements of specialization of a subject may also apply. The University also reserves the right to identify such distinguished people for appointment on deputation/contract basis on terms and conditions to be decided by the University as per norms. However, such appointment on long term deputation/re-employment shall be only at the level of Professor and Associate Professor. The provisions of long term is as per MHRD letter F.No. 8-9/2008-TS.I, dated 13.10.2014.
  5. THE APPOINTMENT OF CANDIDATES ON REGULAR BASIS (AGAINST REGULAR/PERMANENT VACANCIES ONLY) SHALL BE GOVERNED BY NEW PENSION SCHEME (NPS) (APPLICABLE ON ORGANIZATIONS ESTABLISHED ON OR AFTER 1.1.2004) AND AS SUCH EMPLOYEES COMING FROM PENSIONABLE ESTABLISHMENTS WOULD BE GOVERNED BY PENSION SCHEME OF THE PARENT DEPARTMENT ONLY TILL SUCH TIME THEY RETAIN LIEN WITH THE PARENT POST, AFTERWARDS THEY WILL BE COVERED UNDER NPS ONLY.

Concerned/Allied/Relevant Disciplines

Sl.No. Programme of Study Specified Disciplines/Subjects

  1. Economics Economics, Agriculture Economics, International Economics.
  2. Journalism & Creative Writing Journalism, Mass Communication, Film Studies, Media Studies, Photo Journalism, Data Journalism, Digital Media, Web Journalism, Advertising and Public Relations, Media Management, Corporate Communications.
  3. New Media New Media, Digital Media, Film Studies, Animation and Graphics, Broadcast Technology, Web Media Production, Mobile Media Production, Media Management.
  4. Fine Art & Art Education
    –Visual Art (Painting) Fine Art/ Visual Art/Painting/Sculpture.
  5. Social Work Social Work, Sociology, Social Anthropology.
  6. Sociology & Social Anthropology Sociology, Social Anthropology.
  7. Hindi Hindi.
  8. HPKV Business School Business Management/Administration, Commerce, Applied Economics, Business Economics, Marketing Management, Financial Administration/Management, Human Resource Management, International Business, Tourism administration/management, Operational Research, Business Law, Industrial management.
  9. English English, Comparative Literature.
  10. Tourism & Travel Tourism Management, Travel Management, Hospitality Management, Tourism Administration & Management, Commerce.
  11. Promotion of Ecological, Adventure, Health & Cultural Tourism Tourism Management/Administration, Hospitality Management.
  12. Yoga Studies Yoga
  13. History, Culture and Archeology History , Archeology.
  14. Political Science Political Science, International Relations.
  15. Deen Dayal Upadhyay Studies Any Subject from Social Science discipline with exclusive work on Pt. Deen Dayal Upadhyay.
  16. Sanskrit सांस्कृ त एिां आचाया

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Sl.No. Programme of Study Specified Disciplines/Subjects

  1. Plant Science (Botany) Plant Biotechnology, Microbiology, Plant Physiology, Plant Biochemistry/Phytochemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology, Plant Pathology, Plant Breeding, Economics Botany (Horticulture and Forestry, Agriculture), Medicinal & Aromatic Plants
  2. Animal Science (Zoology) Entomology, Fisheries, Veterinary, Animal Biotechnology, Cell and Molecular Biology, Wildlife, Nematology, Parasitology, Medical Microbiology, Computational Biology and Bioinformatics
  3. Computational Biology and Bioinformatics M.Sc./M.Tech in Bioinformatics, Computational Biology and Bioinformatics, M.Sc./M.Tech in any stream of life sciences with expertise in Bioinformatics as evidenced with first or corresponding authorship in publications in the journals of Bioinformatics. For this purpose, only those journals in the field of Bioinformatics that have Thompson Reuters impact factor will be considered.
  4. Chemistry and Chemical Sciences Nanotechnology, Material Chemistry, Solid State Chemistry, Analytical Chemistry, Polymer Chemistry.
  5. Physics and
    Astronomical Sciences Nuclear Physics, Condensed matter Physics, Gravitation and Cosmology, Astronomy and Astronomical instrumentation, High-Energy Physics, Any other discipline found suitable by the screening/selection committee.
  6. Earth and
    Environmental Sciences Public health/Ecology, Basic Science
  7. Mathematics Computational Mathematics, Applied Mathematics, Mathematics & Statistics, Industrial Mathematics, Any other discipline found suitable by the screening/selection committee.
  8. Library & Information Science M.Lib. Information Science + NET is Compulsory, Ph.D. also in Library & Information Sciences, Library and Information Science is a professional course hence it is a specialization area of Study.
  9. Computer Science and Informatics Computer Application, Computer Sciences/Technology, Information Technology,

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k tks egkfo|ky; ls lca fa /kr u gkAs

egkfo|ky; dks vYil[a

;d ‘kSf{kd laLFkku ds :i esa

vf/klfw [email protected] ?kkfs ”kr fdy tkus dh fLFkfr esa egkfo|ky; ds lacfa /kr lkfa of/kd fudk; }kjk vuqekfs nr

fo”k;& fo’k”s kKksa dh lpw

h lss dyq

ifr }kjk laLrqr ikpa

ukeksa ds iSuy esa ls egkfo|ky; ds ‘kklh fudk; ds

v/;{k }kjk nks fo”k;& fo’k”s kK tks fo’ofo|ky; ls lca fa /kr ugha gkxsa s vkSj tks vf/kekuRk% vYil[a ;d

lenq

k; ls gkxsa

s dks ukefunfsZ ’kr fd;k tkyxkA

vi) ;fn vuqlfw pr [email protected] vuqlfw pr tutkfr @vU; fiNM+k [email protected]

vYil[a

;[email protected] [email protected] fu’kDr J.s kh ls

lca /a k j[kus okyk dkbs

Z vH;FkhZ vkons

d gks vkSj ;fn mijkDs r dkbs

Z Hkh lnL; bu Jfs .k;ksa ls lca fa /kr ugha gks

rk]s

dyq

ifr }kjk dks bu Jfs .k;ksa ls yd f’k{kkfon dks ukefunfsZ ’kr tkyxkA

¼[k½ nks fo”k; fo’k”s kKksa lfgr ikpa lnL;x.kksa }kjk x.kifw rZ gkxs hA
VIII. egkfo|ky; izkzzkpz k;ZZZZ vkSSjSSj vkpk;ZZZZ
d- p;u lfefr
¼d½ egkfo|ky; ds izkpk;Z vkSj vkpk;Z ds in ds fyy p;u lfefr dh lajpuk fuEuor gkxs h %
i) ‘kklh fudk; dk lHkkifr] p;u lfefr dk v/;{k gkxs kA
ii) ‘kklh fudk; ds nks lnL;ksa dks v/;{k }kjk ukefunfsZ ’kr fd;k tkyxk ftlesa ls yd lnL; vdknfed i’z kklu esa
fo’k”s kK gkxs kA

iii) dyq

ifr ds nks ukferh] tks lca fa /kr fo”k;@ lca fa /kr {ks= esa fo’k”s kK gkxsa ]s

ftlesa ls de ls de yd ukferh lca )

fo’ofo|ky; ls fdlh Hkh izdkj ls lca fa /kr ugha gkxs

kA egkfo|ky; dks vYil[a

;d ‘kSf{kd laLFkku ds :i esa

vf/klfw [email protected] ?kkfs ”kr fdy tkus dh fLFkfr esa ikpa ukeksa ds isuy esa ls egkfo|ky; ds lHkkifr dk yd ukfefr tks fd

vf/kekuRk% vYil[a

;d lenq

k; ls gkxs

k] ftls lca ) egkfo|ky; ds dyq

ifr }kjk ukefufn”Z V fd;k tkyxk] ftuesa ls

yd fo”k;& fo’k”s kK gkus
iv) rhu mPprj f’k{kk ls tMq

k pkfgyA
+s fo’k”s kK gkxsa ]s

ftlesa yd egkfo|ky; dk izkpk;]Z

vkpk;Z vkSj ifz rf”Br f’k{kkfon~ gkxs

k] tks

vkpk;Z ds jSda

ls de ugha gkxsa

s (lca fa /kr egkfo|ky; ds lxa

r lkfa of/kd fudk; }kjk vueq

kfnr Ng fo’k”s kK iSuyksa

esa ls ‘kklh fudk; }kjk ukefunfsZ ’kr fd;k tky) A
v) ;fn vuqlfw pr [email protected] vuqlfw pr tutkfr @vU; fiNM+k [email protected]

vYil[a

;[email protected] [email protected] fu’kDr J.s kh ls lca /a k j[kus

okyk dkbs Z vH;FkhZ vkons

d gks vkSj ;fn mijkDs r dkbs Z Hkh lnL; bu Jfs .k;ksa ls lca fa /kr ugha gks rk]s

dqyifr }kjk bu

Jfs .k;ksa ls yd f’k{kkfon dks ukefunfsZ ’kr tkyxkA
vi) lca fa /kr fo’ofo|ky; ds lxa r lkfa of/kd fudk; }kjk vueq kfs nr fo”k; fo’k”s kKksa dh lpw h esa ls dyq ifr }kjk laLrqr ikpa ukeksa ds isuy esa ls egkfo|ky; ds ‘kklh fudk; ds lHkkifr }kjk ysls nks fo”k; fo’k”s kKksa ds uke dh flQkfj’k dh tkyxh tks dh egkfo|ky; ls lca )a ugha gkAsa ;fn egkfo|ky; dks vYil[a ;d laLFkku vf/klfw [email protected] ?kkfs “kr
ukeksa ds ius y esa l]s tks fd vf/kekur% vYila[;d leqnk; ls lca ) gk]sa egkfo|ky; ds ‘kklh fudk; ds lHkkifr
}kjk ysls nks fo”k; fo’k”s kKksa ds uke dh flQkfj’k dh tkyxh] tks dh egkfo|ky; ls lca )a ugha gkAsa
¼[k½ nks fo”k; fo’k”s kKksa lfgr ikpa lnL;x.kksa }kjk x.kifw rZ gkxs hA

x½ p;u lfefr dh lHkh p;u ifz Ø;ky]a

p;u lfefr dh cSBd ds [email protected] vfa re fnu gh iwjh dh tkyxa

h] ftlesa

izkIrkda

i:z

i lfgr dk;Zo`r dk fjdkMZ j[kk tkyxk rFkk p;fur vkSj izrh{kk lpw

h ds vH;fFk;Z

[email protected] x.q kkox.q k ds

vuqlkj ukeksa ds iSuy lfgr efs jV ds vk/kkj ij dh xbZ vu’q kalk ij p;u lfefr ds lHkh lnL;ksa }kjk ;Fkkfs pr :Ik
ls gLrk{kj fdy tkyxa As

?k½ Ekgkfo|ky; izkpk;Z dh fu;fq DRk dk dk;dZ

ky ikpa

o”kZ dk gkxs

k] og 5-1¼VIII½ds mi[kMa

([k) esa nh xbZ lajpuk

ds vuqlkj fo’ofo|ky; }kjk xfBr lfefr ds eYw ;kadu ds ckn gh yd vkSj dk;Zdky gsrq iuq % fu;qDr ds fyy
vgdZ gkxs kA
³½ Ikzkpk;Z ds :Ik esa viuk dk;Zdky iwjk djus ds mijkRa k in/kkjh] vkpk;Z ds xMzs esa vkpk;Z ds inuke ds lkFk

vius eyw

lxa

Bu esa dk;HZ kkj xgz .k djxsa sA

¹Hkkx IIIµ[k.M 4º Hkkjr dk jkti=k % vlk/kj.k 19

[k- egkfo|ky; izkzkzkzkpk;ZZZZ vkSSjSSj vkpk;ZZZZ dssss f}rh; dk;dZZdZZ

ky dssss fyy eYwwYww ;kdaadaa

u gsrsrsrsrqqqq lfefr

egkfo|ky; izkpk;Z vkSj vkpk;Z ds f}rh; dk;Zdky ds fyy ewY;kadu gsrq lfefr dh lajpuk fuEuor gkxs h %
i) lca ) fo’ofo|ky; ds dqyifr dk ukferhA

ii) fo’ofo|ky; vunq

ku vk;kxs

ds v/;{k egkns

; dk ukferhA

ukfefr;ksaa dks mRd”Vrk okys egkfo|ky;@ mRd” Vrk dh laHkkouk okys egkfo|ky;@ Lok;Rr egkfo|ky;@ yuyylh xzsM d iRz ;kf;r egkfo|ky;ksa ds izkpk;ksZa ls ukefufn”Z V fd;k tkyxkA

IX.

‘kkjhfjd f’k{kk vkSSjSSj

[kyssyss

dnwwnww

dssss

fun’ss’ss kdk]ssaa]ssaa

mi&fun’ss’ss kdk]ssaa]ssaa

lgk;d fun’ss’ss kdk]ssaa]ssaa

iqqLqqLrdk/;{kk]ssaa]ssaa

mi& iqqLqqLrdk/;{kkssaassaa

vkSSjSSj

lgk;d

iqqLqqLrdk/;{kkssssaassssaa dssss in dssss fyy p;u lfefr;kaaaa Øe’k% vkpk;]Z

lg vkpk;Z vkSj lgk;d vkpk;Z ds leku gh gkxs

h] vkSj Øe’k%

iqLrdky; vkSj ‘kkjhfjd f’k{kk vkSj [kys

dnw

vFkok [kys

dnw

i’z kklu esa dk;Zjr iqLrdk/;{[email protected] fun’s kd] ‘kkjhfjd f’k{kk vkSj

[kys

dnw

] tSlk Hkh ekeyk gk]s

p;u lfefr esa yd fo”k; fo’k”s kK ds :Ik esa lEc) gkxsa sA

X. iqLqLqLqLrdk/;{[email protected]@sasa

’kkjhfjd f’k{kk vkSSjSSj [kYssYss kdnwwnww

esasasasa lgk;d vkpk;[email protected]@saZsaZ

led{k laoaoaoaoxkZsaZsaZsaZsa easasasas yd Lrj lssss mPprj Lrj esasasasa lhyyl izkzkzkzkUssUss ufr

dssss fyy ^^Nkuchu&lg&eYwwYww ;kdaadaa u lfefr^^ fuEukuqlqqlkq j gkxssxss h %
d- fo’ofo|ky; f’k{kdkssaassaa gssrssrqqqq %
i) dyq ifr ;k mudk ukferh lfefr dk v/;{k gkxs k;
ii) lca fa /kr lda k; dk ladk; v/;{k;
iii) foHkkx dk iez [q [email protected] fo|ky; dk v/;{k; vkSj

iv) dyq
tkyxkA

ifr }kjk fo’ofo|ky; ds fo’k”s kK ds iSuyksa esa ls lca fa /kr fo”k; esa yd fo”k; fo’k”s kK dks ukefufn”Z V fd;k

[k- egkfo|ky; f’k{kd gssrsrsr%qq%qq
i) egkfo|ky; dk izkpk;;Z
ii) egkfo|ky; ls lca fa /kr foHkkx dk iez [q

[email protected] iHz kkjh f’k{kd;

iii) dyq ifr }kjk fo’ofo|ky; ds fo’k”s kK ds iSuyksa esa ls lca fa /kr fo”k; esa nks fo”k; fo’k”s kKksa dks ukefufn”Z V
fd;k tkyxkA
x- fo’ofo|ky; lgk;d iqqLqLqLrdk/;{k gssrsrsrqqqq %
i) dyq ifr lfefr dk v/;{k gkxs k;
ii) lca fa /kr ldk; dk ladk; v/;{k;
iii) fo’ofo|ky; ds iqLrdky; dk iqLrdk/;{k] vkSj
iv) dyq ifr }kjk fo’ofo|ky; ds fo’k”s kK iSuy ls ukefunfsZ ’kr yd fo’k”s kK tks iqLrdk/;+{k ds :Ik esa dk;jrZ
gks A
?k- egkfo|ky; lgk;d iqqLqLqLrdk/;{k gssrsrsrqqqq %
i) izkpk;Z lfefr dk v/;{k gkxs k;
ii) fo’ofo|ky; ds iqLrdky; dk iqLrdk/;{k] vkSj
iii) dyq ifr }kjk fo’ofo|ky; ds fo’k”s kK iSuy ls ukefunfsZ ’kr nks fo’ks”kK tks iqLrdk/;+{k ds :Ik esa dk;jrZ

gkas A
³- fo’ofo|ky; dssss ’kkjhfjd f’k{kk vkSSjSSj [kyssyss

dnwwnww

lgk;d fun’ss’ss kd gsrsrsrsr%qq%qq

i) dyq ifr lfefr dk v/;{k gkxs k;
ii) lca fa /kr lda k; dk ladk; v/;{k;
iii) fo’ofo|ky; dk ‘kkjhfjd f’k{kk vkSj [kYs kdwn fun’s kd; vkSj

20 THE GAZETTE OF INDIA : EXTRAORDINARY [PART III—SEC. 4]

iv) fo’ofo|ky;h i.z kkyh ls ‘kkjhfjd f’k{kk vkSj [kYs kdnw fo’k”s kK iSuy ls ukefunfsZ ’kr fd;k tkyxkA

i’z kklu esa yd fo’k”s kK ftls dyq

ifr }kjk fo’ofo|ky; ds

p- egkfo|ky; dssss ’kkjhfjd f’k{kk vkSSjSSj [kyssyss

dnwwnww

fun’ss’ss kd %

i) izkpk;]Z lfefr dk v/;{k gkxs k;

ii) fo’ofo|ky; dk ‘kkjhfjd f’k{kk vkSj [kYs kdwn fun’s kd; vkSj
iii) fo’ofo|ky;h i.z kkyh ls ‘kkjhfjd f’k{kk vkSj [kYs kdwn esa nks fo’k”s kK ftls dyq fo’k”s kK iSuy ls ukefunfsZ ’kr fd;k tkyxkA

ifr }kjk fo’ofo|ky; ds

fVIi.kh % lHkh Jfssfss .k;ksasasasa esasasasa bu lfefr;ksasasasa dssss fyy rhu lnL;ksasasasa }kjk x.kifwwfww rZZZZ gkxssxss h] ftlesasasasa yd fo”k; fo’k”ss”ss [email protected] fo’ofo|ky; ukferh ‘kkfey
gkxssssaaxssssaa AssAss

5-2 Nkuchu& lg& eYw ;kda

u lfefr] bu fofu;eksa ds vk/kkj ij fofufn”Z V U;uw

re vi{s kkvksa ds vu:q

i lca fa /kr fo’ofo|ky; }kjk

rS;kj fdy xy eYw ;kda dj %

u ekunMa

vkSj i)fr i:z

i ds ek/;e ls vH;fFk;Z

ksa }kjk izkIr fdy xy xMzs

ksa dk lR;[email protected] eYw ;kda u

¼d½ lgk;d vkpk;Z ds iRz ;sd laoxZ ds fyy ifjf’k”V II] rkfydk 1 esa ;
¼[k½ iqLrdk/;{k ds iRz ;sd laoxZ ds fyy ifjf’k”V II] rkfydk 4 esa ; vkSj

¼x½ ‘kkjhfjd f’k{kk vkSj [kys

dnw

ds iRz ;sd laoxZ ds fyy ifjf’k”V II] rkfydk 5 esa ;

fo’ofo|ky;@ egkfo|ky; ds flfa [email protected] dk;Zdkjh ifj”[email protected] icz a/ku ckMs Z dks dk;kUZ o;u gsrq lhyyl ds rgr vH;fFkZ;ksa dh
izkUs ufr dh mi;DqZ rrk ds ckjs esa flQkfj’k djxs hA
5-3 p;u ifz Ø;k dks p;u lfefr dh cSBd ds [email protected] vfa re fnu gh iwjk fd;k tkyxk] tgka dk;Zo`r dk fjdkMZ j[kk tkyxk vkSj Lkk{kkRdkj esa fdy xy fu”iknu ds vk/kkj ij vu’q kalk dh tkyxh ftl ij p;u lfefr ds lHkh lnL;x.kksa }kjk gLrk{kj fdy
tkyxa As
5-4 bu fofu;eksa esa fofufn”Z V lHkh p;u lfefr;ksa ds fyy foHkkxk/;{[email protected] iHz kkjh f’k{kd dks lk{kkRdkj ds jSda @ in ds led{k

vFkok mPprj jSda
6-0 p;u ifzzfzz Ø;k :

@ in esa gkus

k pkfgyA

I. lexz p;u ifz Ø;k esa vkons

dksa ds x.q kkox.q k vkSj izR;;i=ksa ds fo’y”s k.k dh ikjn’kh]Z

fu”i{k vkSj fo’oluh; i)z

fr ‘kkfey

gkxs

h tks fofHkUu lxa

r ekunMa

ksaa esa vH;FkhZ ds fu”iknu dks fny xy egRo vkSj ifjf’k”V II ] rkfydk 1] 2] 3d] 3[k] 4 vkSj 5 ds vk/kkj

ij xfzs Mxa

i.z kkyh izkQs

kekZ esa muds fu”iknu ij vk/kkfjr gkxs kA

i.z kkyh dks vkSj vf/kd fo’oluh; cukus ds fyy fo’ofo|ky; Lkk{kkRdkj ds Lrj ij f’k{k.k [email protected] vFkok ‘kk/s k esa uohure

izkS|kfs xdh ds mi;kxss

ds lca /a k esa lxa

kfs ”B;ksa vFkok d{kk dh fLFkfr esa O;k[;ku ds ek/;e ls f’k{k.k dh ;kXs ;rk [email protected] vFkok

vuql/a kku djus dh ;kXs ;rk dk ewY;kda u fd;k tk ldrk gSA tgka dgha bu fofu;eksa esa p;u lfefr;ka fu/kkfZ jr dh xbZ gS]a

ogka ;g ifz Ø;kya iRz ;{k HkrhZ vkSj lhyly izkUs ufr] nkus
II. fo’ofo|ky; foHkkxksa vkSj muds l?a kVd egkfo|ky;[email protected]

ksa ds fyy viukbZ tk ldrh gSAa
lEc) egkfo|ky;ksa ([email protected] ljdkjh lgk;rk [email protected] Lok;[email protected]

futh egkfo|ky;k)sa ds fyy laLFkkukxr Lrj ij ifjf’k”V II] rkfydk 1] 2] 3d] 3[k] 4 vkSj 5 dks lekfgr djrs gyq
fo’ofo|ky; vius lca fa /kr lkfa of/kd fudk;ksa ds ek/;e ls p;u lfefr;ksa vkSj p;u ifz Ø;k ds fyy bu fofu;eksa dks
viukyxk rkfd lHkh p;u ifz Ø;kvksa esa ikjnf’kZrk ykbZ tk ldAs fo’ofo|ky; bu fofu;eksa esa fofufn”Z V ifjf’k”V II] rkfydk

1] 2] 3d] 3[k] 4 vkSj 5 dk dM+kbZ ls vuiq kyu djrs gyq rS;kj dj ldrh gSA

f’k{kdksa ds fyy viuk Lo&eYw ;kadu& lg& fu”iknu leh{kk i:z i

III. ;fn fo’ofo|ky;ksa vkSj egkfo|ky;ksa esa f’k{kdksa vkSj vU; ‘kS{kf.kd depZ kfj;ksa dh lh/kh HkrhZ ds fyy lHkh p;u lfefr;ksa esa

vuqlfw pr [email protected] vuqlfw pr [email protected] vU; fiNM+k [email protected]

vYila[;[email protected] [email protected]

fu’kDr Jfs .k;ksa ls lca fa /kr dkbs Z vH;FkhZ

vkons

d gS vkSj ;fn p;u lfefr dk dkbs Z lnL; ml J.s kh ls lacfa /kr ugha gS] rks dyq

ifr }kjk mDr Jfs .k;ksa ls lca /a k j[kus

okys ls f’k{kkfon~ dks ukefunsfZ ’kr fd;k tkyxk vkSj egkfo|ky; dh fLFkfr esa ml fo’ofo|ky; ds dqyifr }kjk ukefunfsZ ’kr

fd;k tkyxk ftlls egkfo|ky; lEc) gSA bl i;z

kts

u gsrq bl izdkj ukefunsfZ ’kr f’k{kkfon~ vkons

d ds laoxZ ds Lrj ls yd

Lrj mij gkxs

k vkSj yslk ukferh lfq uf’pr djxs

k fd p;u ifz Ø;k ds nkSjku mi;DqZ r Jfs .k;ksa ds lca /a k esa dUs nz ljdkj ;k

lca fa /kr jkT; ljdkj ds ekudksa dk dM+kbZ ls vuiq kyu fd;k tkyA

¹Hkkx IIIµ[k.M 4º Hkkjr dk jkti=k % vlk/kj.k 21
IV- vkpk;Z ds p;u dh ifz Ø;k esa bu fofu;eksa ds ifjf’k”V II] rkfydk 1 vkSj 2 esa fofufn”Z V ewY;kadu ekunMa vkSj i)fr lca /a kh

fn’kkfun’sZ kksa ds vk/kkj ij lca fa /kr fo’ofo|ky;ksa }kjk vkons djuk ‘kkfey gSA

u vkefa =r djuk rFkk vH;fFk;Z

ksa ds egRoiw.kZ idz

k’kuksa dk iquenqZ

.z k

c’krZs fd vH;FkhZ }kjk tek fdy xy idz

k’ku dks vgZd vof/k ds nkSjku idz

kf’kr fd;k x;k gkAs

c’krsZ vkxs fd lk{kkRdkj fdy tkus ls iwoZ ysls idz k’kuksa dks eYw ;kadu gsrq fo”k; fo’k”s kKksa dks miyC/k djk;k tkyxkA fo’ks”kK

}kjk fdy xy idz

k’kuksa ds ewY;kda

u dks p;u ds fu”d”kkZsa dks vfa re:i nsrs le; /;ku esa j[kk tkyxkA

V- ysls lda

k; lnL;ksa ds p;u ds ekeys esas tks ‘kS{kf.kd {ks= ds brj gksa mUgsa bu fofu;eksa ds [kMa

4-1 ¼III-[k½] 4-2 ¼I-[k] II-[k]

III-[k ½] 4-3 ¼I-[k] II-[k] III-[k ½ vkSj 4-4 ¼III-[k½ ds rgr fopkj fd;k tkyxk] fo’ofo|ky; ds lkfa of/kd fudk;ksa }kjk
Li”V rFkk ikjn’khZ ekunMa rFkk ifz Ø;kya fu/kkfZ jr dh tkuh pkfgy rkfd mRd”` V i’s ksoj] tks fo’ofo|ky;h Kku i.z kkyh esa

i;kIZ r ;kxs

nku ns ldrs gS]a

mudk p;u fd;k tk ldAs

VI. dfri; fo/[email protected]

{ks=ksa ;Fkk lxa

hr rFkk yfyr dyk] fotvq

y vkV~Zl rFkk ijQkfexZa

vkV~Zl] ‘kkjhfjd f’k{kk rFkk [kys

dnw

vkSj

iqLrdky; ftuesa fHkUu Lo:i ds mÙkjnkf;Ro gksrs gS]a

ogka bu fofu;eksa esa iRz ;ds

in ds le{k mfYyf[kr nkf;Roksa ds Lo:i

ij cy fn;k tkuk pkfgy] ftl ij lh/kh HkrhZ rFkk lhyyl izkUs ufr] nkus
/;ku fn;k tkuk pkfgyA

ksa ds fyy i:z

i dks fodflr djrs gyq

laLFkku }kjk

VII. fo’ofo|ky; vuqnku vk;kxs @ jk”Vªh; ewY;kadu vkSj iRz ;k;u ifj”kn~ ¼yuyylh½ fn’kkfunZs’kksa ds vuqlkj dqyifr dh v/;{krk
¼fo’ofo|ky; ds ekeys e½sa ] izkpk;Z dh v/;{krk esa ¼egkfo|ky; ds ekeys e½sa lHkh fo’ofo|ky;[email protected] egkfo|ky;ksa esa vkarfjd

x.q koÙkk vk’oklu idz

k”s B ¼vkbDZ ;yw lh½ dh LFkkiuk dh tkyxhA vkbDZ ;yw lh] laLFkku ds fyy izy[s

ku rFkk vfHky[s

kksa dk

j[kj[kko djus okys idz

k”s B ds :i esa dk;Z djxs

k ftlesa bu fofu;eksa ds vk/kkj ij eYw ;kadu ekunMa

vkSj i)fr iz:i

fodflr djus esa lgk;rk inz ku djuk ‘kfey gSA tgka dgha Hkh lHa ko gks vkbDZ ;wylh laLFkkxr ekunaMksa ds vk/kkj ij ewY;kadu

ekunMa

vkSj i)fr i:z

i esa iRz ;sd f’k{kd ds lca /a k esa Nk= ds eYw ;kadu ds ?kVd dks lfEefyr ugha djrs gyq

yuyylh

fn’kkfun’Zs kksa ds vuqlkj Nk= ifz rfØ;k i.z kkyh fodflr dj ldrk gSA
d- lhyyl izkUs ufr gsrq egkfo|ky; vkSj fo’ofo|ky; ds f’k{kdksa ds fu”iknu dk ewY;kda

u fuEuor ekunMa

ksa ij vk/kkfjr gSA

i. f’k{k.k&

Kku&vtuZZuZZ

vkSSjSSj

eYwwYww ;kdaadaa

u% d{kk esa fu;fer :i ls vku]s

le; ij vku]s

d{kk ds le; esa ;k mlds ckn

l/q kkjkRed f’k{k.k vkSj l’a k; feVku]s

ijke’kZ vkSj ekxnZ

‘kuZ

] tc vko’;drk gks rks egkfo|ky;@ fo’ofo|ky; esa

lgk;rk gsrq vfrfjä v/;kiu bR;kfn tSls /;ku nsus ;ksX; lda srdksa ij vk/kkfjr f’k{k.k dh opuc)rkA ijh{kk

vkSj eYw ;kda

u dk;dZ

yki tSls ijh{kk i;Zo{s k.k lca /a kh dk;Z djuk] fo’ofo|ky;@ egkfo|ky; ijh{kkvksa ds fyy

i’z u i= cukuk] ijh{kk mŸkj ifq Lrdk ds eYw ;kda

u esa Hkkx yus

k] iRz ;ds

f’k{kk l= ls igys ?kkfs “kr vuqlpw

h ds

vuqlkj vkarfjd eYw ;kadu ds fyy ijh{kkya lpa kfyr djuk vkSj okil vkdj d{kk esa mŸkj ij ppkZ djukA

ii. f’k{k.k

vkSSjSSj

‘kk/ss/ss k

dk;dZZdZZ

ykikssss

lssss

lcaacaa faafaa /kr O;fäxr fodkl: icz k/s [email protected] iuq

‘p;[email protected]

dk;fZ of/k ikB¸~ kØe esa Hkkx yus k,

b&Z

fo”k;oLrq vkSj yevkvs

kslh dk fodkl] lxa

kfs “B;[email protected]

[email protected]

dk;’Z kkykvkas

dk vk;kts

[email protected] i= izLrqr djuk

vkSj l=ksa dh v/;{krk [email protected] ‘kk/s k ifj;kts

ukvksa dks ekxnZ

‘kZu inz

ku djuk rFkk jk”Vªh; yoa varjk”Z Vªh; if=dkvksa

esa ‘kk/s k fu”d”kksZa dk idz k’ku bR;kfnA

iii.

i’zz’zz kklfud lgk;rk

vkSSjSSj

Nk=

lg& ikB¸¸ kØe

vkSSjSSj

ikB¸¸ kÙssÙss kj

dk;dZZdZZ

ykikssaassaa

essaasasa

Hkkxhnkjh

[k-

eYwwYww ;kdaadaa

u ifzzfzz Ø;k

lHkh Lrjksa ij lhyyl ds varxZr izkUs ufr gsrq eYw ;kda dh tkrh gS:

u djus ds fyy fuEufyf[kr =h Lrjh; ifz Ø;k dh flQkfj’k

igyk Lrj: fo’ofo|ky;@ egkfo|ky; ds f’k{kd fofufn”V iiz = esa okf”kd Lo&eYw ;kda

u fjikVs

Z fo’ofo|ky;@

egkfo|ky; dks Hkts

xsa

s ftls ifjf’k”V 2 dh rkfydk 1 ls 5 ds vk/kkj ij cuk;k tkyxkA ;g fjikVs

Z fofufn”V

le; esa iRz ;ds

‘kSf{kd o”kZ ds var esa Hkts

h tkuh pkfgyA f’k{kd] okf”kd Lo&eYw ;kadu fjiskVZ esa fdy xy nkoksa ds

fyy lk{;ksa ds nLrkots miyC/k djokyxk] ftldh foHkkxk/;{[email protected] iHz kkjh f’k{kd }kjk ifq “V dh tkyxhA bls

foHkkxk/;{k ¼ypvkMs

h½@ iHz kkjh f’k{kd ds ek/;e ls Hkts

k tkuk pkfgyA

nwwlwwljk Lrj: lhyyl ds varxZr izkUs ufr gsrq vko’;d o”kks± ds vuHq ko dks i.w kZ fdy tkus vkSj uhps nh xbZ vU;

vi{s kkvksa dks iwjk fdy tkus ds mijkar f’k{kd lhyyl ds varxZr vkons

u Hkts

xs kA

rhljk Lrj: lhyyl izkUs ufr] bu fofu;eksa ds [k.M 6-4 esa nh xbZ i)fr ds vuqlkj iznku dh tkyxhA

6-1

eYwwYww ;kdaadaa

u ekun.M

vkSSjSSj

dk;fZZfZZ of/k:

22 THE GAZETTE OF INDIA : EXTRAORDINARY [PART III—SEC. 4]

¼d½ ifjf’k”V II dh rkfydk 1 ls 3] fo’ofo|ky; vkSj egkfo|ky; esa lgk;d vkpk;Z @lg vkpk;@Z vkpk;Z ds p;u ds fyy ykxww gSA

vkpk;@Z

ofj”B

¼[k½ ifjf’k”V II dh rkfydk 4] dWfj;j mUUkfr ;kts iqLrdk/;{k vkSj mi iqLrdk/;{k ds fyy ykxw gS( vkSj

uk ds varxZr izkUs ufr gsrq lgk;d iqLrdk/;{[email protected] egkfo|ky;

¼x½ ifjf’k”V II dh rkfydk 5] dWfj;j mUUkfr ;kts

uk ds varxZr izkUs ufr gsrq ‘kkjhfjd f’k{kk yoa [kys

dwn ds lgk;d

fun’s [email protected] egkfo|ky; fun’s kd vkSj ‘kkjhfjd f’k{kk vkSj [kys dwn ds mifun’s [email protected]’s kdksa ij ykxw gSA
6-2 mä laoxks± ds fyy p;u lfefr dk xBu vkSj p;u dk;fZ of/k rFkk eYw ;kda u ekun.M vkSj dk;Zfof/k pkgs og lh/kh

HkrhZ ds fyy gks ;k dWfj;j mUUkfr ;kts

uk ds varxZr gk]s

bu fofu;eksa ds vuqlkj gkxsa hA

6-3 bu fofu;eksa ds rgr dWfj;j mUUkfr ;kts uk ds varxZr izkUs ufr;ksa ds fyy cuky xy ekun.M] bu fofu;eksa dh

vf/klpw

uk dh frfFk ls iHz kkoh gkxsa As

rFkkfi] fo|eku fofu;ekas

ds varxZr igys ls ;kXs ; vFkok lHa kkfor ;kXs ;rk izkIr

djus okys lda k; ds lnL;ksa dh dfBukbZ de djus ds fyy mUgsa fo|eku fofu;eksa ds varxZr izkUs ufr gsrq fopkj

fdy tkus ds fyy fodYi fn;k tk ldrk gSA ;g fodYi bu fofu;eksa dh frfFk ls dsoy rhu o”kZ rd i;z yk;k tk ldrk gSA

kxs

esa

I. lhyyl ds varxZr izkUs ufr gsrq fopkj fdy tkus ds bPNdq f’k{kd dks vfa re frfFk ls rhu ekg ds Hkhrj

fo’ofo|ky;@ egkfo|ky; dks fyf[kr esa ;g Hkts

uk gkxs

k fd og lhyyl ds varxZr lHkh vgZrkvksa dks iwjk djrk [email protected]

djrh gS vkSj fo’ofo|ky;@ egkfo|ky; dks bu fofu;eksa esa fu/kkfZ jr fdy xy eYw ;kda u ekun.M vkSj dk;Zfof/k fn’kkfun’sZ kksa

ds vuqlkj lHkh tkudkfj;ksa lfgr lca ) fo’ofo|ky; }kjk fodflr eYw ;kda

u ekun.M vkSj dk;fZ of/k iiz = esa Hkts

xs kA lhyyl

ds varxZr fofHkUUk inksa ds fyy p;u lfefr dh cSBdksa ds vk;kts

u esa fdlh foyca

ls cpus ds fyy fo’ofo|ky;@

egkfo|ky; tkpa

@ p;u dh ifz Ø;k vkjHa k dj ldrk gS vkSj vkons

u izkfIr ls 6 ekg ds Hkhrj ifz Ø;k dks iwjk djxs

kA blds

vfrfjä] bu fofu;eksa ds vf/klfw pr gkus s dh frfFk dks bu fofu;eksa esa fny xy lHkh vU; ekun.Mksa dks iwjk djus okys
vH;fFk;Z ksa dh dfBukbZ dks de djus ds fyy mu ij bu ;ksX;rkvksa dks iwjk djus dh frfFk ds ckn ls vFkok ml frfFk ls

izkUs ufr gsrq fopkj fd;k tk ldrk gSA
II. [k.M 5-1 ls 5-4 esa ;Fkk varfo”Z V p;u lfefr lca /a kh fofufnZ”Vrky]a

lda

k; inksa vFkok led{k laoxks± vkSj lgk;d

vkpk;Z ls lg vkpk;]Z

lg vkpk;Z ls vkpk;]Z

vkpk;Z ls ofj”B vkpk;Z ¼fo’ofo|ky; e½sa

vkSj led{k laoxks± ds fyy lHkh lh/kh

HkrhZ rFkk dWfj;j mUufr ;kts uk ds fyy ykxw gkxsa As
III. yd fupys Lrj ls lgk;d vkpk;Z ds Åpa s Lrj rd lhyyl izkUs ufr] ifjf’k”V& II dh rkfydk 1 esa fofufn”V

ekun.Mksa dks ikyu djrs gyq

yd ^tkpa yoa eYw ;kadu lfefr^ ds ek/;e ls lpa

kfyr dh tkyxhA

IV. lhyyl ds varxZr izkUs ufr] LFkk;h laLoh—r in/kkjd f’k{kd dh oS;fäd izkUs ufr gS] mldh lsokfuf` Ÿk ij mä in
eyw laoxZ esa okil pyk tkyxkA
V. lhyyl ds varxZr izkUs ufr ds fyy vkons d f’k{kd] p;u lfefr }kjk fopkj fdy tkus okyh frfFk dks
fo’ofo|ky;@egkfo|ky; dh lfØ; lsok vkSj Hkfw edk esa gkus k pkfgyA

VI. ;fn vH;FkhZ lxa

r eYw ;kadu ekun.M vkSj dk;fZ of/k rkfydkvksa esa fofufn”V U;uw

re xÇzs Mx dks iwjk djrk [email protected] djrh

gS rks og vkons

u rFkk vifs {kr eYw ;kadu ekun.M vkSj dk;fZ of/k iiz = Hkts

dj izkUs ufr gsrq eYw ;kadu ds fyy Lo;a

dks izLrqr djsxkA og yslk vfa re frfFk ls rhu ekg iwoZ dj ldrk gSA fo’ofo|ky; ;kXs ; vH;FkhZ ls lhyyl
izkUs ufr gsrq vkons u izkIr djus ds fyy o”kZ esa nks ckj yd lkekU; ifji= fudkyxs kA

i) ;fn yd vH;FkhZ U;uw

re ;kXs ;rk vof/k dh ifw r ij izkUs ufr ds fyy vkons

u djrk gS vkSj lQy gks tkrk gS

rks izkUs ufr dh frfFk] ;kXs ;rk dh U;uw re vof/k dks iwjk djus dh frfFk gkxs hA
ii) rFkkfi] ;fn vH;FkhZ dks irk pyrk gS fd og ifjf’k”V& II dh rkfydkvksa 1 ] 2] 4] vkSj 5 esa ;Fkk fofufn”V

lhyyl izkUs ufr ekun.Mksa dks ckn dh frfFk esa iwjk djxs

k vkSj og mlh frfFk dks vkons

u djrk gS rFkk lQy

gks tkrk gS rks mldh izkUs ufr mlds }kjk ;kXs ;rk ekun.M iwjk djus dh frfFk ls iHz kkoh gkxs hA

iii) ysls vH;FkhZ tks iFz ke eYw ;kda

u esa lQy ugha gks ikrs gSa mudk iuq

ewYZ ;kda

u yd o”kZ ds ckn gh fd;k tkyxkA

tc ysls vH;FkhZ ckn esa fdy xy eYw ;kda o”kZ ekuh tkyxhA

u esa lQy gks tkrs gSa rks mudh izkUs ufr vLohdf` r dh frfFk ls yd

VII. fo’ofo|ky; vunq

ku vk;kxs

¼fo’ofo|ky; vkSj egkfo|ky;ksa esa f’k{kdksa vkSj vU; ‘kSf{kd depZ

kfj;ksa dh fu;fq Dr gsrq U;uw re

vgZrk rFkk mPprj f’k{kk esa ekudksa ds j[kj[kko gsrq vU; mik;½ lca /a kh fofu;e] 2010 vkSj blesa ckn esa fdy xy l’a kk/s kuksa

ds rgr dWfj;j mUUkfr ;kts

uk ds varxZr yd vdknfed [email protected] xMzs

osru ls nwljs vdknfed [email protected] xMzs

osru esa

¹Hkkx IIIµ[k.M 4º Hkkjr dk jkti=k % vlk/kj.k 23

izkUs ufr;ksa ds yfa cr ekeyksa ds lca /a k esa f’k{kd dks yd vdknfed [email protected] xMzs osru esa izkUs ufr ij fopkj fdy tkus gsrq fuEukuqlkj fodYi fn;k tkyxk:

osru ls nwljs vdknfed [email protected] xMzs

¼d½ bu fofu;eksa ds varxZr f’k{kdksa ij yd vdknfed [email protected] xMzs vuqlkj fopkj fd;k tkyxkA

osru ls nwljs esa izkUs ufr gsrq lhyyl ds

vFkok
¼[k½ yd vdknfed [email protected] xzsM osru ls nwljs esa izkUs ufr gsrq lda

k; ds lnL;ksa ij lhyyl ds vuqlkj fopkj

fd;k tkyxk tks fd fo’ofo|ky;ksa yoa egkfo|ky;ksa esa f’k{kdksa vkSj vU; vdknfed LVkWQ dh fu;fq ä gsrq

fo’ofo|ky; vunq

ku vk;kxs

¼fo’ofo|ky; vkSj egkfo|ky;ksa esa f’k{kdksa vkSj vU; ‘kSf{kd depZ

kfj;ksa dh fu;fq Dr gsrq

U;uw re vgZrk rFkk mPprj f’k{kk esa ekudksa ds j[kj[kko gsrq vU; mik;½ lca /a kh fofu;e] 2010 rFkk blesa ckn esa fdy xy

l’a kk/s kuksa ds rgr gkxs

k ftlesa bu fofu;eksa dh vf/klpw

uk dh frfFk rd vdknfed fu”iknu lda

srdksa ¼yihvkb½Z

ij vk/kkfjr fu”iknu vk/kkfjr eYw ;kadu i)fr ¼ihchyyl½ dh vgZrkvksa esa NVw

inz

ku dh tkyxhA

fo’ofo|ky; vunq

ku vk;ksx ¼fo’ofo|ky; vkSj egkfo|ky;ksa esa f’k{kdksa vkSj vU; ‘kSf{kd depZ

kfj;ksa dh fu;fq Dr gsrq U;uw re

vgZrk rFkk mPprj f’k{kk esa ekudksa ds j[kj[kko gsrq vU; mik;½ lca /a kh fofu;e] 2010 vkSj blesa fdy xy l’a kk/s kuksa esa ;Fkk

micfa /kr lhyyl ds varxZr yd vdknfed [email protected] xMzs

osru ls nwljs esa izkUs ufr gsrq bu fofu;eksa dh vf/klpw

uk dh

frfFk rd vdknfed fu”iknu lda

srd ¼yihvkb½Z

vk/kkfjr fu”iknu vk/kkfjr eYw ;kadu i)fr ¼ihchyyl½ dh vgZrkvksa

esa NVw dks uhps ifjHkkf”kr fd;k x;k gS%

i. mi;DqZ r mfYyf[kr ifjf’k”V& III esa ;Fkk ifjHkkf”kr J.s kh& I ds rgr izkIrkda

ls NVw

ds fyy mi;DqZ r mfYyf[kr

fo’ofo|ky; vuqnku vk;kxs

¼fo’ofo|ky; vkSj egkfo|ky;ksa esa f’k{kdksa vkSj vU; ‘kSf{kd depZ

kfj;ksa dh fu;fq Dr

gsrq U;uw re vgZrk rFkk mPprj f’k{kk eas ekudksa ds j[kj[kko gsrq vU; mik;½ lca /a kh fofu;e] 2010 lfgr lda k;

vkSj vU; lerYq ; laoxZ ds inksa ds fyy fo’ofo|ky; vunq

ku vk;kxs

¼fo’ofo|ky; vkSj egkfo|ky;ksa esa

f’k{kdksa vkSj vU; ‘kSf{kd depZ

kfj;ksa dh fu;fq Dr gsrq U;uw

re vgZrk rFkk mPprj f’k{kk esa ekudksa ds j[kj[kko

gsrq vU; mik;½ ¼pkSFkk l’a kk/s ku½ lca /a kh fofu;e] 2016A

ii. fo’ofo|ky; vunq

ku vk;kxs

¼fo’ofo|ky; vkSj egkfo|ky;ksa esa f’k{kdksa vkSj vU; ‘kSf{kd depZ

kfj;ksa dh fu;fq Dr gsrq

U;uw re vgZrk rFkk mPprj f’k{kk esa ekudksa ds j[kj[kko gsrq vU; mik;½ lca /a kh fofu;e] 2010 esa ;Fkk

mic/a kkuqlkj lda

k; vkSj vU; lerqY; laoxZ ds inksa ds fyy J.s kh& II rFkk J.s kh& III ds fyy vda

iznku

fdy tkyxa s ftlesa J.s kh& II rFkk Js.kh& III ij yd lkFk fopkj dj fuEuor lefs dr U;wure yihvkbZ
izkIrkda vi{s kkya fuEukuqlkj gkxsa h%

ukVs

% J.s kh& II vkSj J.s kh& III ds fyy iF` kd :i ls dkbs Z U;uw

re yihvkbZ izkIrkda

dh vi{s kkya ugha gkxsa hA

rkfydk& d ¼fo’ofo|ky; foHkkxksa esa lhyyl ds varxZr f’k{kdksa dh izkUs ufr ds fyy yihvkbZ lca /a kh U;uw re vi{s kky½a

Øe l[aa[aa ;k lgk;d vkpk;ZZZZ
¼pj.k [email protected] ythih [email protected]& #iy lssss pj.k [email protected]
[email protected]& #iy½ lgk;d vkpk;ZZZZ
¼pj.k [email protected] ythih [email protected]& #iy½ lssss pj.k [email protected] ythih [email protected]& #iy½ lgk;d vkpk;ZZZZ
¼pj.k [email protected] ythih [email protected]& #iy½ lssss lg vkpk;ZZZZ ¼pj.k [email protected] ythih
[email protected]& #iy½ lg vkpk;ZZZZ ¼pj.k [email protected] ythih [email protected]& #iy lssss vkpk;ZZZZ ¼pj.k [email protected] [email protected]&

iy½

1 ‘kk/s k vkSj vdknfed
;kxs nku
¼J.s kh& III½ [email protected] eYw ;kadu vof/k [email protected] eYw ;kda u vof/k [email protected] eYw ;kadu vof/k [email protected] eYw ;kda u vof/k
2 fo’k”s kK eYw ;kadu i)fr Nkuchu lfefr Nkuchu lfefr p;u lfefr p;u lfefr

24 THE GAZETTE OF INDIA : EXTRAORDINARY [PART III—SEC. 4]

rkfydk& [k ¼egkfo|ky;ksa esa lhyyl ds varxZr f’k{kdksa dh izksUufr gsrq yihvkbZ lca /a kh U;uw vkSj LukrdkÙs kj½ %

re vi{s kkya ¼LukrdiwoZ

Ø- lgk;d vkpk;ZZZZ lgk;d vkpk;ZZZZ lgk;d vkpk;ZZZZ lg vkpk;ZZZZ ¼pj.k [email protected]
l-aa-aa ¼pj.k [email protected] ythih ¼pj.k [email protected] ythih ¼pj.k [email protected] ythih ythih [email protected]& #iy½
[email protected]& #iy lssss [email protected]& #iy lssss [email protected]& #iy½ lssss lssss vkpk;ZZZZ ¼pj.k [email protected]
pj.k [email protected] pj.k [email protected] ythih lg vkpk;ZZZZ ¼pj.k ythih [email protected]& #iy½
[email protected]& #iy½ [email protected]& #iy½ [email protected] ythih
[email protected]& #iy½
1 ‘kk/s k vkSj
vdknfed
;kxs nku ¼J.s kh&
III½ [email protected] vof/k eYw ;kda u [email protected] vof/k eYw ;kda u [email protected] vof/k eYw ;kadu [email protected] eYw ;kda u vof/k
2 fo’k”s kK
eYw ;kadu i)fr Nkuchu lfefr Nkuchu lfefr p;u lfefr p;u lfefr

rkfydk& x ¼fo’ofo|ky;ksa esa lhyyl ds varxZr iqLrdky; LVkWQ dh izkUs ufr gsrq yihvkbZ lca /a kh U;uw re vi{s kky½a %

Ø-l-aa- lgk;d iqqLqqLrdk/;{k
¼pj.k [email protected] ythih lgk;d iqqLqqLrdk/;{k ¼pj.k [email protected] ythih [email protected]& #iy lgk;d iqqLqqLrdk/;{k
¼p;u xMzzssMzzss @ mi mi iqqLqqLrdk/;{k
¼pj.k [email protected] ythih
[email protected]& #iy lssss pj.k lssss pj.k [email protected] ythih iqqLqqLrdk/;{k½ ¼pj.k [email protected] [email protected]& #iy½ lssss
[email protected] ythih [email protected]&

iy½ [email protected]& #iy½ ythih [email protected]& #iy½

lssss mi iqqLqqLrdk/;{k mi iqqLqqLrdk/;{k
¼pj.k 5 ythih
¼pj.k [email protected] ythih [email protected]& #iy½
[email protected]& #iy½
1 ‘kk/s k vkSj
vdknfed
;kxs nku ¼ J.s kh&
III½ [email protected] eYw ;kda u vof/k [email protected] eYw ;kda u vof/k [email protected] eYw ;kda u vof/k 120 ifz r eYw ;kadu vof/k
2 fo’k”s kK eYw ;kadu i)fr Nkuchu lfefr Nkuchu lfefr p;u lfefr p;u lfefr

rkfydk& ?k ¼egkfo|ky;ksa esa lhyyl ds varxZr iqLrdky; LVkWQ dh izkUs ufr gsrq yihvkbZ lca /a kh U;uw re vi{s kky½a %
Ø-l-aaaa- lgk;d iqqLqqLrdk/;{k lgk;d iqqLqqLrdk/;{k lgk;d iqqLqqLrdk/;{k ¼p;u xzzssMzszsM
¼pj.k [email protected] ythih ¼pj.k [email protected] ythih @ mi iqqLqqLrdk/;{k½ ¼pj.k [email protected]
[email protected]& #iy lssss [email protected]& #iy lssss ythih [email protected]& #iy½ lssss mi
pj.k [email protected] ythih pj.k [email protected] ythih iqqLqqLrdk/;{k ¼pj.k [email protected] ythih
[email protected]& #iy½ [email protected]& #iy½ [email protected]& #iy½
1 ‘kk/s k vkSj
vdknfed
;kxs nku ¼ J.s kh&
III½ [email protected] eYw ;kda u vof/k [email protected] eYw ;kda u vof/k [email protected] eYw ;kda u vof/k
2 fo’k”s kK i)fr eYw ;kda u Nkuchu lfefr Nkuchu lfefr p;u lfefr

¹Hkkx IIIµ[k.M 4º Hkkjr dk jkti=k % vlk/kj.k 25

rkfydk& ³ ¼fo’ofo|ky; fun’s [email protected] mi fun’s [email protected] lgk;d fun’s kd] ‘kkjhfjd f’k{kk vkSj [kys

dnw

dh izkUs ufr gsrq

yihvkbZ lca /a kh U;uw re vi{s kky½a %

rkfydk& p ¼egkfo|ky; fun’s kd] ‘kkjhfjd f’k{kk vkSj [kys

dwn dh izkUs ufr gsrq yihvkbZ lca /a kh U;uw

re vi{s kky½a %

Ø-l-aaaa- lgk;d fun’ss’ss kd lgk;d fun’ss’ss kd lgk;d fun’ss’ss kd ¼p;u xMzzssMzszs ½@
¼pj.k [email protected] ythih ¼pj.k [email protected] ythih mi fun’ss’ss kd ¼pj.k [email protected] ythih
[email protected]& #iy lssss [email protected]& #iy½ lssss [email protected]& #iy½ lssss mi fun’ss’ss kd
pj.k [email protected] ythih lgk;d fun’ss’ss kd ¼pj.k [email protected] ythih [email protected]&
[email protected]& #iy½ ¼p;u xMzzssMzzss ½@ mi #iy½
fun’ss’ss kd ¼pj.k [email protected]
ythih [email protected]& #iy½
1 ‘kk/s k vkSj
vdknfed
;kxs nku ¼ J.s kh&
III½ [email protected] eYw ;kda u vof/k [email protected] eYw ;kda u vof/k [email protected] eYw ;kda u vof/k
2 fo’k”s kK i)fr eYw ;kadu Nkuchu lfefr Nkuchu lfefr p;u lfefr

VIII – lhyyl ds varxZr izkUs ufr;ksa ds fyy icz k/s ku ikB¸~ kØe vkSj iuq

’p;kZ ikB¸~ kØe dh vi{s kk fnukda

31 fnlEcj] 2018

rd vfuok;Z ugha gkxs hA

6-4 dWWfWWfj;j mUUkfr

;ktsstss

uk dssss

vaaraarxZZrZZr in/kkjh

vkSSjSSj

uo&fu;äqqäqq

lgk;d

vkpk;@[email protected]

lg vkpk;@[email protected]

vkpk;kssZZaassZZaa dh

izzkzzkUssUss ufr

dssss

pj.k

d- izo’s k&Lrj ij lgk;d vkpk;]Z

dWfj;j mUUkfr ;kts

uk ¼lhyyl½ ds varxZr izkUs ufr ds fyy nks Øfed Lrjksa ¼Lrj 11 vkSj

Lrj 12½ ds ek/;e ls ik= gkxsa djrs gkAsa

sa c’krsZ os bu fofu;eksa ds [k.M 6-3 esa fofufn”V ;kXs ;rk vkSj fu”iknu ekun.M dks iwjk

[k- egkfo|ky;

dssss

f’k{kdkssaassaa

dssss

fyy

dWWfWWfj;j mUUkfr

;ktsstss

uk ¼lhyyl½

I- lgk;d

vkpk;ZZZZ ¼vdknfed Lrj 10½ lssss

lgk;d

vkpk;ZZZZ ¼ofj”B

[email protected] vdknfed Lrj 11½

;kXssXss ;rk % ysls lgk;d vkpk;Z ftUgkus s lsok esa pkj o”kZ iwjs dj fyy gksa vkSj ihypMh dh mikf/k /kkjd gksa vFkok lsok esa

ikpa

o”kZ iwjs dj fyy gksa vkSj O;kolkf;d ikB¸~ kØeksa esa [email protected]Ÿs kj mikf/k /kkjd gkas tSls yyyyye] ye- Vds

] ye- oh-

yllh] ye-Mh- vFkok tks O;kolkf;d ikB¸~ kØeksa esa [email protected] [email protected] LukrdkŸs kj dh mikf/k /kkjd ugha gksa vkSj ftUgkusa Ng o”kZ iwjs dj fyy gkAsa

s lsok esa

¼i½- f’k{k.k dk;fZ of/k ij 21 fnu dh vof/k ds yd icz k/s ku ikB¸~ kØe esa Hkkx fy;k gk(s vkSj

26 THE GAZETTE OF INDIA : EXTRAORDINARY [PART III—SEC. 4]

¼ii½- fuEufyf[kr esa ls fdlh yd dk;ØZ

e esa Hkkx fy;k gks % yd iuq

‘p;[email protected]

‘kk/s k dk;fZ of/k ikB¸~ kØe iwjk fd;k gkAs

vFkok
fuEufyf[kr esa ls fdlh yd dk;ZØe esa Hkkx fy;k gks % dk;’Z kkyk] ikB¸~ kp;kZ mUUk;u dk;’Z kkyk] ifz ‘k{k.k f’k{k.k& Kku

vtuZ

– eYw ;kadu] izk|s

kSfxdh dk;ZØe vkSj de ls de yd lIrkg ¼5 fnu½ dh vof/k dk lda
vFkok

k; fodkl dk;ØZ eA

eYw ;kadu vof/k ds nkSjku yd yevkvs

kslh ikB¸~ kØe ¼b&Z

iez

k.ku ds lkFk½ iwjk fd;k gks vFkok pkj&prFq kk±’k esa b&Z

lhyyl

fo”k;oLrq dk fodkl @ yevkvs
izzkzzkUssUss ufr ekun.M%

kslh ikB¸~ kØe iwjk fd;k gkAs

fdlh f’k{kd dks izkUs ur fd;k tk ldrk gS ;fn(
¼i½ tSlk fd ifjf’k”V& II rkfydk 1 esa fofufn”Z V gS] eYw ;kda

u vof/k ds fiNys [email protected] ik¡[email protected] Ng o”kks± esa ls de ls de

[email protected] [email protected] ik¡p] buesa ls tks Hkh ykxw gk]s

o”kZ dh okf”kd fu”iknu eYw ;kadu fjikVs

Z esa ^lark”s ktud^ vFkok ^vPN^s

xzsM

izkIr gyq gkAsa
¼ii½ izkUs ufr dh flQkfj’k Nkuchu& lg& eYw ;kadu lfefr }kjk dh xbZ gkAs

II- lgk;d
;kXssXss ;rk%

vkpk;ZZZZ ¼ofj”B

[email protected] vdknfed Lrj 11½ lssss

lgk;d

vkpk;ZZZZ ¼ofj”B

xMzzssMzzss

@ vdknfed Lrj 12 ½

1½ ysls lgk;d vkpk;Z ftUgkus

s osrueku vdknfed Lrj [email protected] ofj”B osrueku esa ikpa

o”kZ dh lsok i.w kZ dj yh gkAs

2½ vdknfed Lrj&[email protected] ofj”B osrueku ds fiNys ikpa

o”kks± ds nkSjku fuEufyf[kr esa ls dkbs Z nks fdy gk%sa

ewY;kadu dh vof/k

ds nkSjku de ls de nks lIrkg ¼10 fnu½ dh vof/k ¼vFkok de ls de nks LkIrkg ¼nl fnuk½sa dh vof/k ds iRz ;sd ydy

ikB;~

Ø[email protected] dk;ZØe ds LFkku ij de ls de yd lIrkg ¼ikpa

fnu½ dh vof/k ds nks ikB;~

Øe i.w kZ fdy gk½sa

ds iuq

’p;kZ ikB¸~ kØ[email protected]

‘kk/s k dk;fZ of/k ikB¸~ kØ[email protected] dk;Z’[email protected]

ikB¸~ kp;kZ mUUk;u dk;’Z [email protected] f’k{k.k& Kku vtuZ

– eYw ;kda

[email protected] izkS|kfs xdh dk;ZØ[email protected]

lda

k; fodkl dk;ZØ[email protected] ikB~~;Øe i.w kZ fdy gk(sa

vFkok lxa

r fo”k; esa ¼b&Z

iez

k.ku½ lfgr yevkvs

kslh ikB;~

Øe i.w kZ fd;k gk(s yd

ikB¸~ kØe ds de ls de 10 ekWM¸~ kwy ds 4 prFq kk’Za k ¼de ls de yd prFq kk’Za k½ esa b&Z

fo”k;oLrq ds fodkl esa ;kxs

nku fn;k

[email protected]

yevkvs

kslh ikB¸~ kØe lpa

kfyr djus esa ;kxs

nku fn;k gkAs

lhyyl izkzzkssUz Uss ufr ekun.M%
fdlh f’k{kd dks izkUs ur fd;k tk ldrk gS ;fn(

¼i½ eYw ;kda

u vof/k ds fiNys ik¡p o”kks± esa ls de ls de pkj] buesa ls tks Hkh ykxw gk]s

o”kZ dh okf”kd fu”iknu eYw ;kadu

fjikVs

Z esa ^lark”s ktud^ vFkok ^vPN^s

xzsM izkIr gyq

gksa ¼tSlk fd ifjf’k”V& II rkfydk 1 esa fofgr fd;k x;k gS½A

¼ii½ izkUs ufr dh flQkfj’k Nkuchu& lg& eYw ;kadu lfefr }kjk dh xbZ gkAs

III- lgk;d
;kXssXss ;rk%

vkpk;ZZZZ ¼p;u

xMzzssMzszs

@ vdknfed Lrj 12½ lssss lg

vkpk;ZZZZ ¼vdknfed Lrj 13 d½

1½ ysls lgk;d vkpk;Z ftUgkus s vdknfed Lrj [email protected] p;u xzsM esa rhu o”kZ dh lsok i.w kZ dh gkAs

2½ lxa

[email protected] lca )@ lxa

r fo”k; esa ihyp-Mh dh mikf/k izkIr dh gkAs

3½ fiNys rhu o”kks± ds nkSjku fuEufyf[kr esa ls dkbs Z yd dk;ZØ[email protected] ikB;~ Øe i.w kZ fdy gksa % eYw ;kadu dh vof/k ds nkSjku
de ls de nks lIrkg ¼10 fnu½ dh vof/k ¼vFkok de ls de nks LkIrkg ¼nl fnuksa½ dh vof/k ds izR;sd ydy ikB;~ Ø[email protected];ZØe

ds LFkku ij de ls de yd lIrkg ¼ikpa

fnu½ dh vof/k ds nks ikB;~

Øe i.w kZ fdy gk½sa

ds iuq

’p;kZ ikB¸~ kØ[email protected];fZ of/k dk;’Z [email protected]

ikB¸~ kp;kZ mUUk;u dk;’Z [email protected] f’k{k.k& Kku vtuZ

– ewY;[email protected] izkS|kfs xdh dk;ZØ[email protected] lda

k; fodkl dk;ZØe J.s kh ds dk;ZØ[email protected]

ikB;~

Øeksa esa ls de ls de yd dk;ZØ[email protected] ikB;~

Øe i.w kZ fd;k gk(s

vFkok lxa

r fo”k; esa ¼b&Z

iez

k.ku½ lfgr yevkvs

kslh ikB;~

Øe i.w kZ

fd;k gk(s

yd ikB¸~ kØe ds de ls de 10 ekWM¸~ kyw

ds 4 prFq kk’Za k ¼de ls de yd prFq kk’Za k½ esa b&Z

fo”k;oLrq ds fodkl esa

;kxs

nku fn;k [email protected]

yevkvs

kslh ikB¸~ kØe lpa

kfyr djus esa ;kxs

nku fn;k gkAs

lhyyl izkzzkssUz Uss ufr ekun.M%
fdlh f’k{kd dks izkUs ur fd;k tk ldrk gS ;fn(

¹Hkkx IIIµ[k.M 4º Hkkjr dk jkti=k % vlk/kj.k 27

¼i½ tSlk fd ifjf’k”V& II rkfydk 1 esa fofgr g]S

eYw ;kda

u vof/k ds fiNys rhu o”kks± esa ls de ls nks o”kksZa dh okf”kd

fu”iknu eYw ;kda

u fjikVs

Z esa ^lark”s ktud^ vFkok ^vPN^s

xzsM izkIr gyq

gk(sa

vkSj

¼ii½ lg vkpk;Z ds in ij izkUs ufr dh flQkfj’k bu fofu;eksa ds vuqlkj xfBr p;u lfefr }kjk dh xbZ gkAs

IV- lg
;kXssXss ;rk%

vkpk;ZZZZ ¼vdknfed Lrj 13d½ lssss

vkpk;ZZZZ ¼vdknfed Lrj 14½

1- ysls lg vkpk;Z ftUgkusa s vdknfed Lrj 13d esa lsok ds rhu o”kZ i.w kZ fdy gksa
2- lxa [email protected] lca ) fo”k; esa ihyp-Mh dh mikf/k izkIr dh gksA

3- led{k O;fDr lehf{kr vFkok fo0v0vk0 lpw

hc) tuZykas esa de ls de 10 ‘kk/s k idz

k’ku fdy gksa ftuesa ls rhu ‘kk/s k

i= eYw ;kda

u vof/k ds nkSjku idz

kf’kr gyq

gkAsa

4- ifjf’k”V& II rkfydk 2 ds vuqlkj de ls de 110 ‘kk/s k vda izkIr fdy gkAsa
lhyyl izkzzkssUz Uss ufr ekun.M%

fdlh f’k{kd dks izkUs ur fd;k tk ldrk gS ;fn(
¼i½ tSlk fd ifjf’k”V& II rkfydk 1 esa fofgr gS] f’k{kd dks eYw ;kda

u vof/k ds fiNys rhu o”kks± esa ls de ls nks o”kksZa

dh okf”kd fu”iknu eYw ;kda

u fjikVs

Z esa ^lark”s ktud^ vFkok ^vPN^s

xzMs

izkIr gyq

gk(sa

vkSj tSlk fd ifjf’k”V& II rkfydk 1 esa

fofgr gS] de ls de 110 ‘kk/s k vda izkIr fdy gkAsa
¼ii½ bu fofu;eksa ds vuqlkj xfBr p;u lfefr }kjk vkpk;Z ds in ij izkUs ufr dh flQkfj’k dh xbZ gkAs

x- fo’ofo|ky;

dssss

f’k{kdkssaassaa

dssss

fyy

dWWfWWfj;j mUUkfr

;ktsstss

uk ¼lhyyl½

I. lgk;d
;kXssXss ;rk%

vkpk;ZZZZ ¼vdknfed Lrj 10½ lssss

lgk;d

vkpk;ZZZZ

¼ofj”B

[email protected] vdknfed Lrj 11½

¼i½ yd lgk;d vkpk;Z ftlus ihypMh dh mikf/k ds lkFk lsok esa pkj o”kZ iwjs fdy gksa vFkok i’s ksoj ikB¸~ kØe tSls yyyyye] ye- Vsd] ye-oh-yllh] vkSj ye-Mh- esa [email protected] LukrdkŸs kj dh mikf/k ds lkFk lsok esa ik¡p o”kZ vFkok i’s ksoj ikB¸~ kØe esa [email protected]@LukrdkŸs kj dh mikf/k ds fcuk lsok esa Ng o”kZ iwjs fdy gksa vkSj fuEufyf[kr ‘krs± iwjh djrk gk%s
¼ii½ f’k{k.k dk;fZ of/k ij 21 fnu dh vof/k ds yd icz k/s ku ikB¸~ kØe esa Hkkx fy;k gk(s

¼iii½ buesa ls dkbs Z yd fd;k gk%s

eYw ;kda

u vof/k ds nkSjku de ls de yd lIrkg ¼5 fnu½ dh vof/k dk iqu’p;kZ

ikB¸~ kØe @’kk/s k dk;fZ of/k ikB¸~ kØ[email protected] dk;’Z [email protected] ikB¸~ kp;kZ mUUk;u dk;’Z [email protected] ifz ‘k{k.k f’k{k.k& Kku vtuZ &

eYw ;kadu] izkS|kfs xdh dk;ØZ

[email protected] lda

k; fodkl dk;ZØe iwjk fd;k gks vFkok yd yevkvs

kslh ikB¸~ kØe ¼b&Z

iez

k.ku ds

lkFk½ iwjk fd;k gks vFkok pkj prFq kk’Za k esa b&Z

fo”k;oLrq ds [email protected] yevkvs

kslh ikB¸~ kØe iwjk fd;k gk(s

vkSj

¼iv½ eYw ;kadu vof/k ds nkSjku led{k O;fDr lehf{kr vFkok fo0v0vk0 lpw

hc) tuyZ

ksa esa yd ‘kk/s k idz

k’ku idz

kf’kr

gvq k gkAs
lhyyl izkzzkssUz Uss ufr ekun.M%

fdlh f’k{kd

dkssss

izzkzzkUssUss ur fd;k tk ldrk

gSSSS

;fn(

¼i½ tSlk fd ifjf’k”V& II rkfydk 1 esa fofufn”Z V gS] eYw ;kda u vof/k ds fiNys [email protected] ik¡[email protected] Ng o”kks± esa ls de ls de

[email protected] [email protected] ik¡p] buesa ls tks Hkh ykxw gk]s

o”kZ dh okf”kd fu”iknu eYw ;kadu fjikVs

Z esa ^lark”s ktud^ vFkok ^vPN^s

xzsM

izkIr gyq gkAsa
¼ii½ izkUs ufr dh flQkfj’k Nkuchu& lg& eYw ;kadu lfefr }kjk dh xbZ gkAs

II- lgk;d
;kXssXss ;rk%

vkpk;ZZZZ ¼ofj”B

[email protected] vdknfed Lrj 11½ lssss

lgk;d

vkpk;ZZZZ ¼ofj”B

xMzzssMzzss

@ vdknfed Lrj 12 ½

¼i½ ysls lgk;d vkpk;Z ftUgkus

s vdknfed Lrj [email protected] ofj”B osrueku esa ikpa

o”kZ dh lsok i.w kZ dj yh gkAs

¼ii½ lxa [email protected] lca ) fo”k; esa ihyp-Mh dh mikf/k izkIr dh gkAs

28 THE GAZETTE OF INDIA : EXTRAORDINARY [PART III—SEC. 4]

¼iii½ vdknfed Lrj&[email protected] ofj”B osrueku ds fiNys ikpa

o”kks± ds nkSjku fuEufyf[kr esa ls dkbs Z nks fdy gk%sa

ewY;kadu dh

vof/k ds nkSjku de ls de nks lIrkg ¼10 fnu½ dh vof/k ¼vFkok de ls de nks LkIrkg ¼nl fnuk½sa dh vof/k ds iRz ;sd ydy

ikB;~

Ø[email protected] dk;ZØe ds LFkku ij de ls de yd lIrkg ¼ikpa

fnu½ dh vof/k ds nks ikB;~

Øe i.w kZ fdy gk½sa

ds iuq

’p;kZ ikB¸~ kØ[email protected]

‘kk/s k dk;fZ of/k ikB¸~ kØ[email protected] dk;Z’[email protected]

ikB¸~ kp;kZ mUUk;u dk;’Z [email protected] f’k{k.k& Kku vtuZ

– eYw ;kda

[email protected] izkS|kfs xdh dk;ZØ[email protected]

lda

k; fodkl dk;ZØ[email protected] ikB~~;Øe i.w kZ fdy gk(sa

vFkok lxa

r fo”k; esa ¼b&Z

iez

k.ku½ lfgr yevkvs

kslh ikB;~

Øe i.w kZ fd;k gk(s yd

ikB¸~ kØe ds de ls de 10 ekWM¸~ kwy ds 4 prFq kk’Za k ¼de ls de yd prFq kk’Za k½ esa b&Z

fo”k;oLrq ds fodkl esa ;kxs

nku fn;k

[email protected]

yevkvs

kslh ikB¸~ kØe lpa

kfyr djus esa ;kxs

nku fn;k gkAs

¼iv½ eYw ;kda

u vof/k ds nkSjku led{k O;fDr lehf{kr vFkok fo0v0vk0 lpw

hc) tuZyksa esa rhu ‘kk/s k i= gyq

gkAsa

lhyyl izkzzkssUz Uss ufr ekun.M%
fdlh f’k{kd dks izkUs ur fd;k tk ldrk gS ;fn(
¼i½ eYw ;kda u vof/k ds nkSjku fiNys ik¡p o”kks± esa ls de ls de pkj o”kksZa ds nkSjku f’k{kd dks okf”kd fu”iknu eYw ;kadu

fjikVs

Z esa ^lark”s ktud^ vFkok ^vPN^s

xzsM izkIr gyq

gksa ¼tSlk fd ifjf’k”V& II rkfydk 1 esa fofufn”Z V gS½( vkSj

¼ii½ izkUs ufr dh flQkfj’k Nkuchu& lg& eYw ;kadu lfefr }kjk dh xbZ gkAs

III- lgk;d

vkpk;ZZZZ ¼p;u

xMzzssMzszs

@ vdknfed Lrj 12½ lssss lg

vkpk;ZZZZ ¼vdknfed Lrj 13d½

1½ ysls lgk;d vkpk;Z ftUgkus s vdknfed Lrj [email protected] p;u xzsM esa rhu o”kZ dh lsok i.w kZ dh gkAs
2½ lxa [email protected] lca ) fo”k; esa ihyp-Mh dh mikf/k ikz Ir dh gkAs
3½ fiNys rhu o”kks± ds nkSjku fuEufyf[kr esa ls dkbs Z yd dk;ZØ[email protected] ikB;~ Øe i.w kZ fdy gksa % eYw ;kadu dh vof/k ds nkSjku
de ls de nks lIrkg ¼10 fnu½ dh vof/k ¼vFkok de ls de nks LkIrkg ¼nl fnuksa½ dh vof/k ds izR;sd ydy ikB;~ Ø[email protected];ZØe

ds LFkku ij de ls de yd lIrkg ¼ikpa

fnu½ dh vof/k ds nks ikB;~

Øe i.w kZ fdy gk½sa

ds iuq

’p;kZ ikB¸~ kØ[email protected];fZ of/k dk;’Z kkyk @

ikB¸~ kp;kZ mUUk;u dk;’Z [email protected] f’k{k.k& Kku vtuZ

– ewY;[email protected] izkS|kfs xdh dk;ZØ[email protected] lda

k; fodkl dk;ZØe J.s kh ds dk;ZØ[email protected]

ikB;~

Øeksa esa ls de ls de yd dk;ZØ[email protected] ikB;~

Øe i.w kZ fd;k gk(s

vFkok lxa

r fo”k; esa ¼b&Z

iez

k.ku½ lfgr yevkvs

kslh ikB;~

Øe i.w kZ

fd;k gk(s

yd ikB¸~ kØe ds de ls de 10 ekWM¸~ kyw

ds 4 prFq kk’Za k ¼de ls de yd prFq kk’Za k½ esa b&Z

fo”k;oLrq ds fodkl esa

;kxs

nku fn;k [email protected]

yevkvs

kslh ikB¸~ kØe lpa

kfyr djus esa ;kxs

nku fn;k gkAs

4½ eYw ;kadu vof/k ds nkSjku led{k O;fDr lehf{kr vFkok fo0v0vk0 lpw

hc) tuyZ

ksa esa de ls de lkr izdk’ku izdkf’kr gyq

gksa

ftlesa ls rhu ‘kk/s k i= eYw ;kadu vof/k ds nkSjku idz

kf’kr gyq

gkAsa

5½ de ls de yd ihyp-Mh vH;FkhZ dk ekxnZ ‘kZu djus ds lk{; gkAs
lhyyl izkzzkssUz Uss ufr ekun.M%

fdlh f’k{kd dks izkUs ur fd;k tk ldrk gS ;fn(
¼i½ tSlk fd ifjf’k”V& II rkfydk 1 esa fofgr gS] eYw ;kda

u vof/k ds fiNys rhu o”kks± esa ls de ls nks o”kksZa dh okf”kd

fu”iknu eYw ;kda

u fjikVs

Z esa ^lark”s ktud^ vFkok ^vPN^s

xzsM izkIr gyq

gk(sa

vkSj tSlk fd ifjf’k”V& II rkfydk 2 esa fofgr g]S

de ls de 70 ‘kk/s k vda izkIr fdy gkAsa
¼ii½ bu fofu;eksa ds vuqlkj xfBr p;u lfefr }kjk izkUs ufr dh flQkfj’k dh xbZ gkAs

IV- lg
;kXssXss ;rk%

vkpk;ZZZZ ¼vdknfed Lrj 13d½ lssss

vkpk;ZZZZ ¼vdknfed Lrj 14½

1- ysls lg vkpk;Z ftUgkusa s vdknfed Lrj 13d esa rhu o”kZ dh lsok i.w kZ dj yh gkAs
2- lca fa /[email protected] lca )@ lxa r fo”k; esa ihyp-Mh dh mikf/k izkIr dh gkAs

3- led{k O;fDr lehf{kr vFkok fo0v0vk0 lpw

hc) tuyZ

ksa esa de ls de nl ‘kk/s k idz

k’ku fdy gksa ftuesa ls rhu ‘kk/s k

i= eYw ;kda

u vof/k ds nkSjku idz

kf’kr gyq

gkAsa

4- ihyp-Mh vH;fFk;Z

ksa dk lQyrkiwodZ

ekxnZ

‘kZu djus ds lk{; gkAs

5- ifjf’k”V& II rkfydk 2 ds vuqlkj de ls de 110 ‘kk/s k vda izkIr fdy gkAsa
lhyyl izkzzkssUz Uss ufr ekun.M%
fdlh f’k{kd dks izkUs ur fd;k tk ldrk gS ;fn(

¹Hkkx IIIµ[k.M 4º Hkkjr dk jkti=k % vlk/kj.k 29
¼i½ ;fn mls ifjf’k”V& II rkfydk 1 esa ;Fkk fofgr eYw ;kda u vof/k ds fiNys rhu o”kk±s esa ls de ls nks o”kksaZ dh okf”kd

fu”iknu eYw ;kda

u fjikVs

Z esa ^lark”s ktud^ vFkok ^vPN^s

xzsM izkIr gyq

gksa rFkk ifjf’k”V& II rkfydk 2 esa ;Fkk fofgr gS] de

ls de 110 ‘kk/s k vda izkIr fdy gk(sa
¼ii½ bu fofu;eksa ds vuqlkj xfBr p;u lfefr }kjk izkUs ufr dh flQkfj’k dh xbZ gkAs

V- vkpk;ZZZZ ¼vdknfed Lrj 14½ lssss

ofj”B

vkpk;ZZZZ ¼vdknfed Lrj 15½

lhyyl ds varxZr~ yd vkpk;Z dh ofj”B vkpk;Z ds in ij izkUs ufr dh tk ldrh gSA izkUs ufr ‘kSf{kd miyfC/k;k]sa yls s rhu

i[z

;kr fo”k; fo’k”s kKk]sa

tks de ls de 10 o”kZ ds vuHq ko j[kus okys ofj”B vkpk;Z vFkok vkpk;Z ds in ds led{k gk]sa

}kjk

dh xbZ vudq

wy leh{kk ds vk/kkj ij gkxs

hA p;u fiNys 10 o”kks± ds nkSjku 10 lokŸsZ ke idz

k’kuksa vkSj bu fofu;eksa ds vuqlkj

xfBr p;u lfefr ds lkFk fopkj&foe’kZ ds vk/kkj ij gkxs kA
;kXssXss ;rk%
¼i½ vkpk;Z ds in ij nl o”kZ dk vuHq koA

¼ii½ led{k O;fDr lehf{kr vFkok fo0v0vk0 lpw

hc) tuZyksa esa de ls de nl idz

k’ku fdy gksa rFkk eYw ;kadu vof/k ds

nkSjku muds i;Zo{s k.k esa nks vH;fFk;Z

ksa dks lQyrkiwodZ

ihypMh dh mikf/k inz

ku dh xbZ gkAs

?k- iqqLqLqLrdk/;{kkssaasasa

dssss

fyy

dWWfWWfj;j mUUkfr

;ktsstss

uk ¼lhyyl½

ukVssVss

%
i. fuEufyf[kr

mic/aa/aa k

dssososoy mu

O;fä;kssaassaa ij

ykxwwww

gSSaaSSaa

tkssss

iqqLqqLrdky; foKku

dssss

f’k{k.k

lssss

ughaaaa

tMqqMqq

++ss+s+s

gkAssaaAsasa

ftu laaLaLaLFkkukssaasasa

essaasasa

iqqLqqLrdky; foKku yd f’k{k.k foHkkx

gSSSS

ogkaaaa

dssss

f’k{kd

egkfo|ky;[email protected]@ssaa

laaLaaLFkkukssaassaa

vkSSjSSj

fo’ofo|ky;kssaassaa

dssss

fyy Øe’k% bu

fofu;ekssaassaa

dssss

[k.M 6-4 ¼[k½

vkSSjSSj

6-4 ¼x½

dssss

vaaraarxZZrZZr

‘kkfey

gkxssxss

AssaaAssaa

ii.

fo’ofo|ky;kssaassaa

essaasasa mi

iqqLqqLrdk/;{k

dssss

nkssss

Lrj

gkxssaaxssaa

ssss

vFkkZZrZZr~~~~

vdknfed

Lrj 13d vkSSjSSj

vdknfed Lrj 14 tcfd

egkfo|ky;

iqqLqqLrdk/;{k

dssss

ikpaapaa

Lrj

gkxssaaxssaa

ssss

vFkkZZrZZr vdknfed Lrj 10] vdknfed Lrj 11] vdknfed Lrj 12] vdknfed Lrj

13d vkSSjSSj vdknfed Lrj 14 A

I- fo’ofo|ky; lgk;d

iqqLqqLrdk/;{k ¼vdknfed Lrj 10½@ egkfo|ky;

iqqLqqLrdk/;{k ¼vdknfed Lrj 10½ lssss

fo’ofo|ky; lgk;d

iqqLqqLrdk/;{k ¼ofj”B
;kXssXss ;rk %

[email protected] vdknfed Lrj 11½@ egkfo|ky;

iqqLqqLrdk/;{k ¼ofj”B

[email protected] vdknfed Lrj 11½%

yd lgk;d iqLrdk/;{k tks fd vdknfed Lrj 10 esa gks vkSj iqLrdky; [email protected] lpw

uk [email protected] iyz

[s khdj.k foKku esa

ihyp-Mh dh mikf/k /kkjd gks vFkok led{k mikf/k /kkjd gks vFkok ikpa

o”kZ dk vuHq ko gk]s

de ls de ye-fQy- dh mikf/k

ds lkFk ikpa lsokdky gkAs

o”kZ dk vuHq ko/kkjh gk]s

vFkok tks vH;FkhZ ye-fQy vFkok ihyp-Mh dh mikf/k ugha gks mudk Ng o”kksZa dk

¼i½ mlus 21 fnu dh vof/k ds de ls de yd icz k/s ku ikB¸~ kØe esa Hkkx fy;k gk(s vkSj
¼ii½ ifjf’k”V& II rkfydk 4 esa ;Fkk fofgr] de ls de 5 fnu dk Lopkyu vkSj fMftVyhdj.k] j[k&j[kko vkSj lca )
fØ;kdykiksa ij ifz ‘k{k.k] lxa kfs “B vFkok dk;Z’kkyk esa Hkkx fy;k gkAs
lhyyl izkzzkssUz Uss ufr ekun.M%
yd lgk;d iqLrdk/;{[email protected] egkfo|ky; iqLrdk/;{k dks izkUs ufr nh tk ldrh gS ;fn mlu%s

¼i½ ;fn mls ewY;kda

u vof/k ds fiNys [email protected] ikpa

@ Ng o”kks± esa ls de ls de [email protected] [email protected] ikpa

@ o”kk]sZa

tSlk Hkh ekeyk

gk]s

dh okf”kd fu”iknu eYw ;kadu fjikVs

Z esa ^lark”s ktud^ vFkok ^vPN^s

xzsM izkIr gyq

gk]sa

tSlk fd ifjf’k”V& II rkfydk& 4

esa fofufn”Z V gS( vkSj
¼ii½ izkUs ufr dh flQkfj’k Nkuchu& lg& eYw ;kadu lfefr }kjk dh xbZ gkAs

II. fo’ofo|ky; lgk;d

iqqLqqLrdk/;{k ¼ofj”B

[email protected] vdknfed Lrj 11½@ egkfo|ky;

iqqLqqLrdk/;{k ¼ofj”B

[email protected]

vdknfed Lrj 11½ lssss fo’ofo|ky; lgk;d vdknfed Lrj 12½
;kXssXss ;rk%

iqqLqqLrkd/;{k ¼p;u

xMzzssMzzss

@ vdknfed Lrj [email protected] egkfo|ky;

iqqLqqLrdk/;{k ¼p;u

xMzzssMzszs @

1½ mUgkus

s ml xzsM esa ikpa

o”kZ dh lsok i.w kZ dj yh gkAs

30 THE GAZETTE OF INDIA : EXTRAORDINARY [PART III—SEC. 4]

2½ mUgkus

s fiNys ikpa o”kks± ds nkSjku fufEufyf[kr esa ls fdUgha nks dk;ØZ

eksa esa Hkkx fy;k gks %

¼i½ Lopkyu vkSj fMftVyhdj.k ds lca /a k esa ifz ‘k{[email protected] lxa kfs “[email protected] dk;Z’[email protected] ikB¸~ kØe(
¼ii½ ifjf’k”V& II rkfydk 4 ds vuqlkj de ls de nks lIrkg ¼nl fnu½ dh vof/k rd ds j[k&j[kko vkSj vU; vU;

lca ) dk;dZ

yki ¼vFkok de ls de nks lIrkg ¼nl fnu½ ds iRz ;sd ikB¸~ kØ[email protected];ØZ

e ds LFkku ij de ls de yd

lIrkg ¼5 fnu½ dh vof/k ds nks ikB¸~ kØe i.w kZ fdy gk½sa ] ¼iii½ lxa

r fo”k; esa ¼b&Z

iez

k.ku ds lkFk½ yevkvs

kslh ikB¸~ kØe

fd;k [email protected]

fodflr fd;k gk(s

vFkok ¼iv½ iqLrkdky; mUUk;u ikB¸~ kØe fd;k gkAs

lhyyl izzkzkzkUssUss ufr ekun.M%
fdlh O;fä fo’k”s k dks izkUs ur fd;k tk ldrk gS] ;fn(

¼i½ ;fn mls eYw ;kda

u vof/k ds fiNys ikpa

o”kks± esa ls de ls de pkj o”kksZa ds nkSjku okf”kd fu”iknu eYw ;kadu fjikVs

Z esa

^lark”s ktud^ vFkok ^vPN^s

xMzs

izkIr gyq

gk]sa

tSlk fd ifjf’k”V& II rkfydk 4 esa fofufn”Z V gS( vkSj

¼ii½ izkUs ufr dh flQkfj’k Nkuchu& lg& eYw ;kadu lfefr }kjk dh xbZ gkAs

III. fo’ofo|ky; lgk;d

iqqLqqLrdk/;{k ¼p;u

xMzzssMzszs

@ vdknfed Lrj 12½@ egkfo|ky;

iqqLqqLrdk/;{k ¼p;u

xMzzssMzzss

@vdknfed Lrj

12½ lssss fo’ofo|ky; mi iqqLqLqLrdk/;{k ¼vdknfed Lrj 13d½@ egkfo|ky; iqLqqLrq dk/;{k ¼vdknfed Lrj 13d½

1½ mUgkus

s ml xMzs

esa rhu o”kZ dh lsok i.w kZ dj yh gkAs

2½ mUgkus s fiNys rhu o”kks± ds nkSjku fufEufyf[kr esa ls fdUgha yd dk;ZØe esa Hkkx fy;k gks %
¼i½ Lopkyu vkSj fMftVyhdj.k ds lca /a k esa ifz ‘k{[email protected] lxa kfs “[email protected] dk;Z’[email protected] ikB¸~ kØe
¼ii½ ifjf’k”V& II rkfydk 4 ds vuqlkj de ls de nks lIrkg ¼nl fnu½ dh vof/k dh j[k&j[kko vkSj vU; lca )
dk;Zdyki ¼iii½ vFkok de ls de nks lIrkg ¼nl fnu½ ds iRz ;sd ikB¸~ kØ[email protected];ØZ e ds LFkku ij de ls de yd

lIrkg ¼5 fnu½ dh vof/k ds nks ikB¸~ kØe i.w kZ fdy gksa ¼iv½ lxa

r fo”k; esa ¼b&Z

iez

k.ku ds lkFk½ yevkvs

kslh ikB¸~ kØe

fd;k [email protected]

fodflr fd;k gk]s

vkSj ¼v½ vFkok iqLrkdky; mUUk;u ikB¸~ kØe fd;k gkAs

lhyyl izkzzkssUz Uss ufr ekun.M%
fdlh O;fä fo’k”s k dks izkUs ur fd;k tk ldrk gS] ;fn(

¼i½ ;fn mls eYw ;kda

u vof/k ds fiNys rhu o”kks± esa ls de ls de nks o”kksZa ds nkSjku okf”kd fu”iknu eYw ;kda

u fjikVs

Z esa

^lark”s ktud^ vFkok ^vPN^s

xMzs

izkIr gyq

gk]sa

tSlk fd ifjf’k”V& II rkfydk 4 esa fofufn”Z V gS( vkSj

¼ii½ izkUs ufr dh flQkfj’k lk{kkRdkj esa fu”iknu ds vk/kkj ij bu fofu;eksa ds vuqlkj xfBr p;u lfefr }kjk dh tkyxhA
IV. fo’ofo|ky; mi iqqLqLqLrdk/;{[email protected] egkfo|ky; iqLqqLrdkq /;{k ¼vdknfed Lrj 13d½ lssss fo’ofo|ky; mi iqLqqLrq dk/;{[email protected] egkfo|ky;

iqqLqqLrdk/;{k ¼vdknfed Lrj 14½ essaasasa

lhyyl

izzkzzkUssUss ufr

dssss

fyy fuEufyf[kr ekun.M

gkxssaaxssaa

%ss%ss

1½ mUgkus

s ml xMzs

esa rhu o”kZ dh lsok i.w kZ dj yh gkAs

2½ mUgkus s fiNys rhu o”kks± ds nkSjku fufEufyf[kr esa ls fdUgha yd dk;ZØe esa Hkkx fy;k gks %
¼i½ Lopkyu vkSj fMftVyhdj.k ds lca /a k esa ifz ‘k{[email protected] lxa kfs “[email protected] dk;Z’[email protected] ikB¸~ kØe(
¼ii½ ifjf’k”V& II rkfydk 4 ds vuqlkj de ls de nks lIrkg ¼nl fnu½ dh vof/k dh j[k&j[kko vkSj vU; lca )
dk;Zdyki ¼iii½ vFkok de ls de nks lIrkg ¼nl fnu½ ds iRz ;sd ikB¸~ kØ[email protected];ØZ e ds LFkku ij de ls de yd

lIrkg ¼5 fnu½ dh vof/k ds nks ikB¸~ kØe i.w kZ fdy gksa ¼iv½ lxa

r fo”k; esa ¼b&Z

iez

k.ku ds lkFk½ yevkvs

kslh ikB¸~ kØe

fd;k [email protected]

fodflr fd;k gk]s

vkSj ¼v½ vFkok iqLrkdky; mUUk;u ikB¸~ kØe fd;k gkAs

3½ iqLrdky; vkbZlhVh leds u lfgr uokUs e”s kh iqLrdky; lsokvksa ds lk{; gkAsa

lhyyl

4½ iqLrdky; [email protected] lpw izzkzzkUssUss ufr ekun.M%

uk [email protected] iyz

[s [email protected] vfHky[s

k vkSj ik.Mfq yfi laj{k.k esa ihypMh dh mikf/k izkIr dh gkAs

fdlh O;fä fo’k”s k dks izkUs ur fd;k tk ldrk gS] ;fn(

¹Hkkx IIIµ[k.M 4º Hkkjr dk jkti=k % vlk/kj.k 31

¼i½ ;fn mls eYw ;kda

u vof/k ds fiNys rhu o”kks± esa ls de ls de nks o”kksZa ds nkSjku okf”kd fu”iknu eYw ;kda

u fjikVs

Z esa

^lark”s ktud^ vFkok ^vPN^s

xMzs

izkIr gyq

gk]sa

tSlk fd ifjf’k”V& II rkfydk 4 esa fofufn”Z V gS( vkSj

¼ii½ izkUs ufr dh flQkfj’k lk{kkRdkj esa fu”iknu ds vk/kkj ij bu fofu;eksa ds vuqlkj xfBr p;u lfefr }kjk dh tkyxhA

³- fun’ss’ss kd] ‘kkjhfjd f’k{kk vkSSjSSj [kyssyss

dnwwnww

dssss

fyy

dWWfWWfj;j mUUkfr

;ktsstss

uk ¼lhyyl½

ukVssVss %

¼i½ fuEufyf[kr

mic/aa/aa k dssossoy mu

dkfedkssaassaa ij

ykxwwww gSSaaSSaa

tkssss

‘kkjhfjd f’k{kk

vkSSjSSj

[kyssyss

dnwwnww

dssss

f’k{k.k

lssss

tMqqMqq

++ss+s+s u

gkAssaaAsasa

ftu

laaLaaLFkkukssaassaa

essaasasa

‘kkjhfjd f’k{kk

vkSSjSSj

[kyssyss

dnwwnww

yd f’k{k.k foHkkx

gSSSS

ogkaaaa

dssss

f’k{kd]

egkfo|ky;[email protected]@ssaa

laaLaaLFkkukssaassaa

vkSSjSSj

fo’ofo|ky;kssaassaa

dssss

fyy Øe’k%

bu fofu;ekssaassaa

dssss

[k.M 6-4 ¼[k½

vkSSjSSj

6-4 ¼x½

dssss

vaaraarxZZrZZr

‘kkfey

gkxssxss

AssaaAssaa

¼ii½

fo’ofo|ky;kssaasasa

essaasasa mi

fun’ss’ss kd] ‘kkjhfjd f’k{kk

vkSSjSSj

[kyssyss

dnwwnww

] dssss

nkssss

Lrj

gkxssaaxssaa

ssss

vFkkZZrZZr~~~~ vdknfed Lrj 13d

vkSSjSSj

vdknfed Lrj 14] tcfd egkfo|ky;

fun’ss’ss kd] ‘kkjhfjd f’k{kk

vkSSjSSj

[kyssyss

dnwwnww

dssss

ikpaapaa

Lrj

gkxssaaxssaa

ssss

vFkkZZrZZr~~~~ vdknfed Lrj

10] vdknfed Lrj 11] vdknfed Lrj 12] vdknfed Lrj 13d vkSSjSSj vdknfed Lrj 14 A

I. lgk;d

fun’ss’ss kd] ‘kkjhfjd f’k{kk

vkSSjSSj

[kyssyss

dnwwnww

¼vdknfed Lrj 10½@ egkfo|ky;

fun’ss’ss kd] ‘kkjhfjd f’k{kk

vkSSjSSj

[kyssyss

dnwwnww

¼vdknfed Lrj 10½

lssss

lgk;d

fun’ss’ss kd] ‘kkjhfjd f’k{kk

vkSSjSSj

[kyssyss

dnwwnww

¼ofj”B

ossrssrueku @vdknfed Lrj 11½ @ egkfo|ky;

fun’ss’ss kd] ‘kkjhfjd f’k{kk
;kXssXss ;rk%

vkSSjSSj

[kyssyss

dnwwnww

¼ofj”B

ossrssrueku @vdknfed Lrj 11½

¼i½ mUgkuas

s ‘kkjhfjd f’k{kk vFkok ‘kkjhfjd f’k{kk vkSj [kys

dnw

vFkok [kys

dnw

foKku esa ihypMh dh mikf/k ds lkFk pkj

o”kZ dh lsok i.w kZ dh gks vFkok ye-fQy- dh mikf/k ds lkFk ikpa ds fcuk Ng o”kZ dh lsok i.w kZ dh gkAs

o”kZ dh lsok ]vFkok ye-fQy] ;k ihypMh dh mikf/k

¼ii½ mUgkuas

s 21 fnu dh vof/k ds yd icz k/s ku ikB¸~ kØe esa Hkkx fy;k gk(s

vkSj

¼iii½ mUgkuas

s fuEufyf[kr esa ls fdlh yd dks i.w kZ fd;k gk%s

¼da

½ iuq

’p;kZ ikB¸~ kØ[email protected] ‘kk/s k dk;fZ of/k ikB¸~ kØ[email protected];’Z kkyk( ¼[k½

de ls de 5 fnu dh vof/k dk ifz ‘k{k.k f’k{k.k& Kku vtuZ

– ewY;kadu izkS|kfs xdh dk;ØZ

e @ lda

k; fodkl

lhyyl

dk;ZØe( ¼x½ yd yevkvs
izzkzzkUssUss ufr ekun.M%

kslh ikB¸~ kØe ¼b&Z

iez

k.ku ds lkFk½ dks i.w kZ fd;k [email protected]

fodflr fd;k gks A

fdlh O;fä fo’k”s k dks izkUs ur fd;k tk ldrk gS] ;fn(
¼i½ ;fn mls eYw ;kadu vof/k ds fiNys [email protected] ikpa

@ Ng o”kks± esa ls de ls de [email protected] [email protected] ikpa

@ o”kk]sZa

tSlk Hkh ekeyk

gk]s

dh okf”kd fu”iknu eYw ;kda

u fjikVs

Z esa ^lark”s ktud^ vFkok ^vPN^s

xzsM izkIr gyq

gk]sa

tSlk fd ifjf’k”V& II rkfydk

5 esa fofufn”Z V gS( vkSj
¼ii½ izkUs ufr dh flQkfj’k Nkuchu& lg& eYw ;kadu lfefr }kjk dh tkyxhA

II- lgk;d

fun’ss’ss kd] ‘kkjhfjd f’k{kk

vkSSjSSj

[kyssyss

dnwwnww

¼ofj”B

[email protected] vdknfed Lrj 11½@ egkfo|ky;

fun’ss’ss kd] ‘kkjhfjd

f’k{kk

vkSSjSSj

[kyssyss

dnwwnww

¼ofj”B

ossrssrueku @ vdknfed Lrj 11½

lssss

fo’ofo|ky; lgk;d

fun’ss’ss kd] ‘kkjhfjd

f’k{kk vkSSjSSj

[kyssyss

dnwwnww

¼p;u

xMzzssMzzss

@ vdknfed Lrj 12½@ egkfo|ky;

fun’ss’ss kd] ‘kkjhfjd f’k{kk vkSSjSSj

[kyssyss

dnwwnww

¼p;u

xMzzssMzzss

@ vdknfed Lrj 12½

1½ mUgkusa

s ml xzsM esa ikpa

o”kZ dh lsok i.w kZ dj yh gkAs

2½ mUgkuas

s fiNys ikpa

o”kkZsa ds nkSjku fuEufyf[kr esa ls fdlh nks dks i.w kZ fd;k gk%s

¼i½ iuq

’p;kZ ikB¸~ kØe] ‘kk/s k

dk;fZ of/k dk;’Z kkykvksa dh J.s kh esa ls yd ikB¸~ kØ[email protected] dk;ZØe i.w kZ fd;k gkAs fnu½ dh vof/k dk f’k{k.k& Kku vtZu& ewY;kadu izkS|kfs xdh dk;ZØ[email protected] lda

¼ii½ de ls de nks lIrkg ¼nl k; fodkl dk;ZØe iw.kZ fd;k gk]s

vFkok ¼iii½ de ls de nks lIrkg ¼nl fnu½ ds iRz ;ds

ikB¸~ kØ[email protected];ØZ

e ds LFkku ij de ls de yd

lIrkg ¼5 fnu½ dh vof/k ds nks ikB¸~ kØe i.w kZ fdy gk]sa

vkSj ¼iv½ lxa

r fo”k; esa ¼b&Z

iez

k.ku ds lkFk½

yevkvs

kslh ikB¸~ kØe i.w kZ fd;k [email protected]

fodflr fd;k gkAs

lhyyl izkzzkssUz Uss ufr ekun.M%
fdlh O;fä fo’k”s k dks izkUs ur fd;k tk ldrk gS] ;fn(

32 THE GAZETTE OF INDIA : EXTRAORDINARY [PART III—SEC. 4]

¼i½ ;fn mls eYw ;kda

u vof/k ds fiNys ikpa

o”kks± esa ls de ls de pkj o”kksZa ds nkSjku okf”kd fu”iknu eYw ;kda

u fjikVs

Z esa

^lark”s ktud^ vFkok ^vPN^s

xMzs

izkIr gyq

gk]sa

tSlk fd ifjf’k”V& II rkfydk 5 esa fofufn”Z V fd;k x;k gS( vkSj

¼ii½ izkUs ufr dh flQkfj’k Nkuchu& lg& eYw ;kadu lfefr }kjk dh xbZ tkyxhA

III- fo’ofo|ky; lgk;d

fun’ss’ss kd] ‘kkjhfjd f’k{kk

vkSSjSSj

[kyssyss

dnwwnww

¼p;u

xMzzssMzzss

@ vdknfed Lrj 12½@ egkfo|ky;

fun’ss’ss kd]

‘kkjhfjd f’k{kk

vkSSjSSj

[kyssyss

dnwwnww

¼p;u

xMzzssMzszs

@ vdknfed Lrj 12½

lssss

fo’ofo|ky; mi

fun’ss’ss kd ‘kkjhfjd

f’k{kk vkSSjSSj

[kyssyss

dnwwnww

¼vdknfed Lrj 13d½@ egkfo|ky;

fun’ss’ss kd ‘kkjhfjd f’k{kk

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e i.w kZ fd;k gkAs

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lhyyl

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r fo”k; esa ¼b&Z

izek.ku ds lkFk½ yevkvs

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fodflr

fdlh O;fä fo’k”s k dks izkUs ur fd;k tk ldrk gS] ;fn(

¼i½ mls eYw ;kda

u vof/k ds fiNys rhu o”kks± esa ls de ls de nks o”kksZa ds nkSjku okf”kd fu”iknu eYw ;kadu fjikVs

Z esa

^lark”s ktud^ vFkok ^vPN^s

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IV- fo’ofo|ky; mi

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vkSSjSSj

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Lrj 13d½

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fo’ofo|ky; mi

fun’ss’ss kd ‘kkjhfjd

f’k{kk vkSSjSSj

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essaasasa

lhyyl

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o”kkZsa ds nkSjku fuEufyf[kr esa ls fdlh yd dks i.w kZ fd;k gk%s

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’p;kZ ikB¸~ kØe] ‘kk/s k dk;fZ of/k dk;Z’kkykvksa dh J.s kh esa ls yd ikB¸~ kØ[email protected] dk;ZØe i.w kZ fd;k gkAs

¼ii½ de ls de

nks lIrkg ¼nl fnu½ dh vof/k dk f’k{k.k& Kku vtuZ

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u izkS|kfs xdh dk;ZØ[email protected] lda

k; fodkl dk;ØZ

e i.w kZ

fd;k gk]s

¼vFkok de ls de nks lIrkg ¼nl fnu½ ds iRz ;ds

ikB¸~ kØ[email protected];ZØe ds LFkku ij de ls de yd

lIrkg ¼5 fnu½ dh vof/k ds nks ikB¸~ kØe i.w kZ fdy gk½sa ] vkSj ¼iii½ lxa

r fo”k; esa ¼b&Z

iez

k.ku ds lkFk½ yevkvs

kslh

ikB¸~ kØe i.w kZ fd;k [email protected] fodflr fd;k gkAs

3½ de ls de nks lIrkg dh vof/k dh ifz rLi/kkvZ

ksa vkSj vufq ‘k{k.k dSEiksa ds vk;kts

u dk lk{;A

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Dq r fo’ofo|ky;h vkfn TkSlh ifz rLi/kkvZ

ksa ds fyy [email protected] yFkfyVksa }kjk cgs rj

5½ ‘kkjhfjd f’k{kk vFkok ‘kkjhfjd f’k{kk rFkk [kys lhyyl izzkzzkUssUss ufr ekud %

dnw

vkSj [kys

dwn foKku esa ihypMh mikf/k /kkjd gkAs

fdlh O;fä fo’k”s k dks izkUs ur fd;k tk ldrk gS] ;fn(
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rj* xMzs

dh fu”iknu ewY;kda

u fjikVs

Z çkIr djrk

¼ii½ izkUs ufr dh laLrfq r bu fu;eksa ds vuqlkj xfBr yd p;u lfefr dh flQkfj’kksa ij lk{kkRdkj esa fdy xy çn’kuZ ij dh tkyxhA

ds vk/kkj

6-5 bl O;olk; esa vkus okys mPp eSfjV] mPp x.q koÙkk ds vuql/a kku çdk’kuksa dh vf/kd la[;k vkSj mi;äq Lrj ij vuHq ko okys lg&

vkpk;Z vFkok vkpk;Z dk vfxez

osru of` ) dk foods

i.w kZ iqjLdkj] lda

k; esa vU; f’k{kdksa ds osru <kpa

s vkSj efs jV& fof’k”V dk;Z dks

/;ku esa j[krs gyq

çR;ds

ekeys dh eSfjV ds lanHkZ esa O;fäxr vH;fFk;Z

ksa ds ekeys ij fopkj djrs le; p;u lfefr dh flQkfj’kksa ds

vk/kkj ij lca fa /kr fo’ofo|ky; vFkok HkrhZ djus okyh laLFkk ds mi;äq

çkf/kdkjh dh l{kerk ij vk/kkfjr gkxs

kA vfxez

osru of` ) dk

¹Hkkx IIIµ[k.M 4º Hkkjr dk jkti=k % vlk/kj.k 33

;g foods

i.w kZ iqjLdkj mu ykxs

ksa ij ykxw ugha gkxs

k tks lgk;d vkpk;@Z

lgk;d iqLrdk/;{[email protected] lgk;d fun’s kd ‘kkjhfjd f’k{kk vkSj

[kys

dnw

ds :i esa bl i’s ks esa vkrs gSa vkSj tks ihypMh] yefQy vFkok yeVds

vkSj yyyyye dh mikf/k çkIr djus ij vfxez

osru o`f)

çkIr djus ds ik= gSAa

rFkkfi] p;u lfefr dh cSBd esa fyy xy fu.k;Z

vkSj fjd‚MZ ds vuqlkj lsok esa vkus okys ysls lgk;d

vkpk;@Z

lgk;d iqLrdk/;{[email protected] lgk;d funs’kd ‘kkjhfjd f’k{kk vkSj [kys

dnw

vfxez

osruof` ) ds foods

i.w kZ iqjLdkj ds ik= gks ldrs gSa

ftuds ikl ihypMh mikf/k çkIr djus ds i’pkr~ iksLV M‚DVksjy f’k{kk ‘kk/s k vuHq ko vkSj fl) iwoZoÙ` k gkAsa

7-0

fo’ofo|ky;kssaasasa dssss le dyqqyqq

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ifr dk p;u %

7-1 le dyqqyqq ifr %
le dqyifr dh fu;fq ä dk;Zdkjh ifj”kn }kjk dyq ifr dh flQkfj’kksa ds vk/kkj dh tkyxhA

7-2 ;g dyq

ifr dk fo’k”s kkf/kdkj gkxs

k fd og yd O;fä dh dk;dZ

kjh ifj”kn~ esa le dqyifr ds #i esa flQkfj’k djAs

le dqyifr]

dyq

ifr dh dk;kZy; vof/k lekIr gkus

s rd gh dk;kZy; esa cuk jgxs kA

7-3 dyqqyqq ifr

¼i½ lokPsZ p Lrj dh l{kerk] lR;fu”Brk] uSfrdrk vkSj lLa Fkk ds çfr çfrc)rk lEiUu O;fDr dks gh dyq

ifr fu;äq

fd;k

tkyxkA dyq

ifr ds :i esa fu;äq

fdy tkus okyk O;fä yd fo’ofo|ky; esa de ls de 10 o”kksaZ ds fyy vkpk;Z ds :i

esa vuqHko ;k yd çfrf”Br vuql/a kku ;k ‘kS{kf.kd ç’kklfud lxa Bu eSa ‘kS{kf.kd usr`Ro ds lk{; ds lkFk 10 o”kkZas ds vuHq ko
ds lkFk yd fof’k”V f’k{kkfon~ gkus k pkfgy A

¼ii½ dyq

ifr ds in gsrq p;u yd [kkts

lg p;u lfefr ds ek/;e ls yd lkotZ

fud vf/klpw

uk ;k ukekda

u ;k çfrHkk [kkts

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u ls 3 ls 5 ykxs

ksa ds yd iSuy }kjk mfpr igpku ds ek/;e ls dh tkuh pkfgyA yslh [kkts lg

p;u lfefr ds lnL; mPprj f’k{kk ds {ks= esa çfrf”Br O;fä gkus

s pkfgy vkSj fdlh Hkh çdkj ls lca

af/kr fo’ofo|ky; ;k

mlds egkfo|ky;ksa ls ugha tMq

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kf/kifr dks nus

k pkfgyA jkT;k]sa

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ifr;ksa ds

puq

ko gsrq [kkts

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u fo’ofo|ky; vunq

ku vk;kxs

ds lHkkifr }kjk fd;k tkuk

pkfgy A

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kf/kifr }kjk dh

tkyxhA

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ifr dk dk;dZ

ky mldh ekStwnk lsok vof/k dk Hkkx cu tkyxk] tks mls lsok ls tMq

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V~ h fuEufyf[kr ç;kts

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iuq

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k; vf/k”Bkiu dk;ØZ

e] lEeys

u] lxa

k”s Bh ;k fopkj xk”s Bh esa Hkkx yus

s ds fyy (

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mls midyq [email protected] egkfo|ky; ds çkpk;Z }kjk Loh—r djus dh fLFkfr e(sa
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lxa Bu esa dke djus gsrq(

¼?k½ dssa

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h fo’ofo|ky; ;k vU; fdlh leku ‘kS{kf.kd fudk; }kjk

fu;äq

lfefr ds f’k”VeMa

y esa Hkkx yus

s ;k dke djus ij( vkSj

¼³½ fo’ofo|ky;@ egkfo|ky; }kjk mls fn;k x;k vU; dkbs Z dk;Z djus ds fyyA

¼ii½ çR;ds

volj ij N7q

h dh vof/k bl çdkj gkus

h pkfgy ftls Loh—fr inz

ku djus okys vf/kdkjh }kjk vfuok;Z le>k tkyA

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h dks Loh—fr nh

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h] v/kZ osru Nq7h ;k osru jfgr Nq7h ;k vlk/kkj.k N7q

h ds lkFk tkMs k+

tk ldrk gSA

34 THE GAZETTE OF INDIA : EXTRAORDINARY [PART III—SEC. 4]

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V~ h] fo’ofo|ky; vunq

ku vk;kxs

] MhylVh bR;kfn dh cSBdksa esa Hkkx yus

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ku dh tk ldrh gS] tgka

yd f’k{kd dks yd ‘kS{kf.kd fudk;] ljdkjh ytsalh ;k xSj& ljdkjh lxa fd;k x;k gkAs
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¼i½ v/;;u vodk’k dh ;kts

uk mu lda

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vftZr djus vkSj vius fo’y”s k.kkRed dkS’ky dks l/q kkjuk pkgrs gASa

tc fdlh f’k{kd dks mPprj f’k{kk çkIr dju]s

ihypMh]

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laLFkku }kjk mls fny tk jgs osru ls ugha tkMs

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h vof/k ds nkSjku Hkkjr ;k fon’s k esa fdlh lxa

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vkSj ‘kk/s k dk;Z Loh—r djus dh vueq

fr gSA ;fn [email protected] ç/kku laLFkk dh dk;Zdkfj.kh ifj”[email protected]~

flfa MdVs

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ds fofHkUu igyvq

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uk nus

s ds i’pkr~ çnku dh tkuh pkfgyA

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s ds i’pkr~ dk;Z ij ykSVus dh lHa kkfor frfFk ds 5 o”kZ ds vna

j ml f’k{kd ds lsokfuoÙ` k gkus

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o”kZ ls vf/kd ugha gkus

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h yd ckj ls vf/kd nh tk ldrh gS c’krsZ fd v/;;u N7q

h dh igys okyh vof/k i.w kZ gkus

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vkus ds i’pkr~ ikpa

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dh vof/k ds nkSjku fdy xy dk;Z ds ckjs esa lfw pr djuk gkxs

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h dh vof/k ds nkSjku fdy tkus

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dh vfxez

eatwjh ls de gbq Z vof/k esa çkIr dh vlk/kkj.k N7q

h ugha ekuk tkrk gSA

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vuqlkj mi;kxs

fd;k tkyA tc v/;;u N7q

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gkus

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h ds nkSjku mPprj in ij p;fur gvq

k gk]s

mls

in xgz .k djus ds i’pkr~ ml in ij j[kk tkyxk vkSj mPprj osrueku inz ku fd;k tkyxkA
¼x½ v/;;u Nq7h dh vof/k dks lsokfuof` Ùk ykHk ¼i’sa [email protected] v’a knk;h Hkfo”; fuf/k½ ds ç;kts ukFkZ lsok esa tksM+k tkuk pkfgy] c’krsZZ

f’k{kd viuh v/;;u N7q

h dh lekfIr ds i’pkr~ fo’ofo|ky;@ egkfo|ky;@ laLFkku esa iuq

% dk;xZ

gz .k djrk gS vkSj

ftl vof/k ds fyy c/a ki= fu”ikfnr fd;k x;k gS] ml vof/k rd laLFkku dh lsok djrk gSA

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¼xi½ yd f’k{kd dks çnku dh xbZ v/;;u N7q h fujLr ekuh tkyxh ;fn eatjhw ds ckjg ekg ds Hkhrj og izkIr ugha dh tkrh gS

c’krsZ fd tc çnku dh xbZ v/;;u N7q

h dks fujLr dj fn;k x;k gk]s

f’k{kd mä N7q

h ds fyy iuq

% vkons

u dj ldrk gS A

¼xii½ v/;;u N7q

h ysus okys f’k{kd dks ;g opu nus

k gkxs

k fd og v/;;u N7q

h lekIr gkus

s ds i’pkr lsok esa okil vkus ij lsok

esa ‘kkfey gkus
¼xiii½ yd f’k{kd&

s dh frfFk ls ysdj yxkrkj de ls de 3 o”kksaZ rd fo’ofo|ky; @ egkfo|ky;@ laLFkku dh lsok djxs kA

¼da ½ tks mlss çnku dh xbZ v/;;u Nq7h dh vof/k ds Hkhrj viuk v/;;u iwjk djus esa vleFkZ jgrk gS] vFkok

¼[k½ tks viuh v/;;u N7q

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s ds i’pkr fo’ofo|ky; dh lsokvksa dks iuq

% ‘kkfey gkus

s esa vlQy jgrk gS] vFkok

¼x½ tks fo’ofo|ky; dh lsok esa iqu% ‘kkfey gksrk gS yfs du lsok esa ‘kkfey gkus s ds i’pkr fu/kkfZ jr lsok vof/k dks iwjk fdy fcuk
lsok NkMs + nsrk gS] vFkok
¼?k½ ftls mä vof/k ds Hkhrj fo’ofo|ky; }kjk lsok ls fu”dkflr fd;k tkrk gS vFkok gVk;k tkrk gS rks og f’k{kd N7q h osru

esa nh xbZ jkf’k vkSj ml ij fny xy HkÙkksa vkSj vU; [kpksaZ vFkok mldks ;k mldh vksj ls v/;;u ikBîØe ls lca fa /kr Hkxq ds çfrnk; ds fyy ck/; gSA
Li”Vhdj.k%

rku dh jkf’k

;fn yd f’k{kd Nq7h vodk’k dks c<+kus dh ekxa

djrk gS vkSj mldh N7q

h ugha c<+kbZ tkrh gS yfs du og ewyr% eatwj dh xbZ N7q

h dh

lekfIr ds i’pkr~ lsok esa okil ugha vkrk gS rks bUgha fofu;eksa ds varxZr olyw

h ds ç;kts

ukFkZ ;g ekuk tkyxk fd og Nfq 7;ka lekIr

gkus s ds i’pkr lsok esa iqu% okil vkus esa vlQy jgk gSA

mijkäs

mic/a k ds ckotnw

] dk;Zdkfj.kh ifj”[email protected] flfa MdVs

vkn’s k ns ldrk gS fd bu fofu;eksa esa ls dNq

Hkh ml f’k{kd ij ykxw ugha

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k] ftls v/;;u Nq7h ls okil vkus ds ckn 3 o”kZ ds Hkhrj fpfdRlk vk/kkj ij lsok ls lsokfuoÙ` k gkus

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¼xiv½ N7q

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j jkf’k ;k yd chek dia

uh ds yd fu”Bk c/a ki= ;k yd vuqlfw pr cSda

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fo’ofo|ky;@ egkfo|ky;@ laLFkku ds dyq

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i;Zo{s kd vFkok laLFkku ds çe[q

k ls mldh çxfr dh Nekgh fjikVs

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Z v/;;u N7q

h dh vof/k ds çR;sd 6

ekg dh lekfIr ls 1 ekg iwoZ [email protected] çkpk;Z ds ikl igpq

tkuh pkfgyA ;fn fjikVs

Z dyq

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Hkhrj ugha igpqa

rh gS rks N7q

h gsrq osru dk Hkxq

rku dks yslh fjikVs

Z dh çkfIr rd vkLFkfxr j[kk tk ldrk gSA

¼xvi½ N7q

h ij xy f’k{kd dks v/;;u N7q

h vof/k ds iwjk gkus

s ij yd foLr`r fjikVs

Z tek djuh gkxs

hA v/;;u N7q

h dh vof/k ds

nkSjku çLrqr fdy xy ‘kk/s k nLrkots @ fofuc/a [email protected] ‘kS{kf.kd i=ksa dh yd çfr çkFkfed :i ls fo’ofo|ky;@ egkfo|ky;@ laLFkku dh
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¼xvii½ ladk; lnL;] fo’k”s k:i ls lgk;d vkpk;Z ds Lrj ij dfu”B ladk; ds Kku vkSj dkS’ky dks c<+kus dh şf”V ls

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kksa dks ladk; l/q kkj ds fgr dks /;ku esa j[krs gyq

v/;;u

N7q

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ku djus esa mnkj gkus

k pkfgy rkfd nh?kkZof/k esa fo’ofo|ky;@ egkfo|ky;@ laLFkku ds ‘kS{kf.kd ekud ldkjkRed :i ls

çHkkfor gks ldsA
8-3 lcSSfSSfVdy N7qq7qq h %
¼i½ fo’ofo|ky; vkSj egkfo|ky;ksa ds LFkk;h] i.w kdZ

kfyd f’k{kd ftUgkusa

s mikpk;@Z

lg vkpk;Z ;k vkpk;Z ds :i esa 7 o”kZ dh

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‘kk/s k vFkok vU; dkbs Z ‘kS{kf.kd y{; çkIr djus ds fyy lcSfVdy Nfq 7;ka iznku dh tkyAa

bu Nfq 7;ksa dh vof/k] yd ckj e]as

yd o”kZ ls

vf/kd ugha gkus

h pkfgy vkSj f’k{kd ds lia w.kZ dWfj;j esa nks o”kZ ls vf/kd ugha gkus

h pkfgyA

¼ii½ yd f’k{kd ftlus v/;;u N7q

h yh g]Sa

og rc rd lcSfVdy N7q

h dk gdnkj ugha gkxs

k tc rd fd f’k{kd igys okyh

v/;;u N7q

h ls okil vkus dh frfFk ds ikpa

o”kZ dh vof/k i.w kZ u dh xbZ gk]s

vFkok yd o”kZ ;k mlls vf/kd vof/k ds fdlh vU;

çdkj ds çf’k{k.k dk;ZØe dks iwjk u dj ys A

36 THE GAZETTE OF INDIA : EXTRAORDINARY [PART III—SEC. 4]

¼iii½ yd f’k{kd dks lcSfVdy Nq7h ds nkSjku mlds lcSfVdy N7q
¼fofgr ‘krsaZ iwjh dh tkus ds v/;/khu½ feyus pkfgyA

h ij tkus ls rqjar igys okyh mi;Zqä njksa ij osru vkSj HkÙks

¼iv½ lcSfVdy N7q

h ij xy yd f’k{kd dks ml N7q

h vof/k ds nkSjku Hkkjr esa ;k fon’s k esa fdlh lxa

Bu ds varxZr fu;fer ;k

v’a kdkfyd fu;fq ä ds varxZr dksbZ dk;Z ugha djuk pkfgyA gkykfa d] mls Hkkjr ;k fon’s k esa fdlh Hkh laLFkku esa fu;fer jkstxkj ds
vfrfjä yd ekun;s ;k fdlh vkSj çdkj dh lgk;rk ds lkFk yd v/;srkofÙk ;k yd 'kk/s k Nk=ofÙk ;k yd rnFkZ f’k{k.k vkSj ‘kk/s k

dk;Z Loh—r djus dh vueq

fr gS c’krZs fd ysls ekeys esa dk;dZ

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flfa MdsV] ;fn pkgs rk]s

fu;kts

d }kjk fu/kkfZ jr de osru

vkSj HkÙkksa ij lcSfVdy N7q

h inz

ku dh tk ldrh gSA

¼v½ lcSfVdy N7q

h dh vof/k ds nkSjku f’k{kd dks fu;r frfFk ij osru of` ) izkIr djus dh vuqefr gkxs

hA N7q

h dh vof/k dks

i’sa [email protected] v’a knk;h Hkfo”; fuf/k ds ç;kts

ukFkZ gsrq lsok esa tksM+k tkuk pkfgy] c’krZs fd f’k{kd v/;;u N7q

h dh lekfIr ds i’pkr~

fo’ofo|ky;@ egkfo|ky; laLFkku esa iuq

% dk;xZ

gz .k djAs

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LFkk;h v/;kidksasasasa dssss fyy fuEufyf[kr çdkj dh Nfqqfqq 7;kaaaa Lohdk;ZZZZ gkxssxss h %

¼i½ N7q

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¼[k½ dk;dZ Hkh vU; N7q

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¼i½ fdlh f’k{kd dks nh tkus okyh vkdfLed N7q

h dh l[a

;k yd ‘kS{kf.kd o”kZ esa vkB fnuksa ls vf/kd ugha gkus

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h dks fo’k”s k vkdfLed N7q

h ds vfrfjä fdlh Hkh vU; çdkj dh N7q

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vodk’k ;k jfookj dks vkdfLed N7q h ds :i esa ugha fxuk tkyxkA
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¼i½ fdlh f’k{kd dks yd ‘kS{kf.kd o”kZ esa nl ls vf/kd fo’k”s k vkdfLed N7q h ugha nh tkuh pkfgy(

¼d½ fo’ofo|ky;@ ykds vkSj

lsok vk;kxs

@ ijh{kk ckMs

Z ;k vU; blh idz

kj ds fudk;[email protected]

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¼[k½ fdlh lkfa of/kd ckMs

Z ls tMq

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¼ii½ nl fnuksa dh xzkâ; N7q

h dh x.kuk esa dh xbZ okLrfod ;k=k ds fnu] ;fn dkbs Z gk]s

mu LFkkuksa ls ogka rd tgka mi;äqZ

fofufn”Z V dk;dZ

yki gyq

gS] dks blls ckgj j[kk tkyxkA

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¼d½ ifjokj fu;kts

u dk;ZØe ds varxZr ulcna

h v‚ij’s ku] ¼i#q

“k ulcna

h vkSj efgyk ulcna

h½ ds ekeys esa Nfq 7;ka Ng dk;Z

fnolksa rd lhfer jgxs h( vkSj

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h djkrh gSA bl ekeys esa N7q

h 14 fnu rd lhfer gkxs hA

¼iv½ fo’k”s k vkdfLed N7q

h tek ugha dh tk ldrh vkSj uk gh bls vkdfLed N7q

h ds vfrfjä fdlh vkSj çdkj dh N7q

h ds lkFk

tkMs

+k tk ldrk gSA çR;ds

ekSds ij Loh—fr inz

ku djus okys vf/kdkjh }kjk bls Nfq 7;ksa ds lkFk inz

ku fd;k tk ldrk gSA

I- vftZZrZrZr Nfqqfqq 7;kaaaa
¼i½ yd f’k{kd ds fyy xzkg; vftZr Nfq 7;ka %

¹Hkkx IIIµ[k.M 4º Hkkjr dk jkti=k % vlk/kj.k 37
¼d½ izkodk’k lfgr okLrfod lsok dk [email protected] ( lfgr

¼[k½ ml vof/k dk yd frgkb]Z

;fn dkbs Z gks rk]s

ftlds nkSjku mls izkodk’k ds nkSjku MîVw

h djuh gkxs hA

okLrfod lsok dh vof/k dh x.kuk ds ç;kstukFk]Z gVk;k tkuk pkfgyA

vkdfLed] fo’k”s k vkdfLed vkSj brj dk;kFZ kZ NqVV~

h dks NkMs

+dj lHkh N7q

h vof/k dks

¼ii½ fdlh f’k{kd ds ikl 300 fnuksa ls vf/kd dh vftZr Nq7h tek ugha gkus

h pkfgyA yd ckj esa vftZr N7q

h eta

wj djus dh

vf/kdre vof/k 60 fnu ls vf/kd ugha gksuh pkfgyA rFkkfi] mPprj f’k{kk çkfIr ;k çf’k{k.k ;k fpfdRlk çek.k i= ds lkFk

N7q eta

h ;k tc iwjh Nq7h ;k N7q wj dh tk ldrh gSA

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lna gs nwj djus gsrq ;g Li”V fd;k tkrk gS %
1- tc yd f’k{kd vftZr Nfq 7;ksa ds lkFk izkodk’k dks tkMs +rk gS rks vkSlr osru ij vf/kdre Nq7h dh x.kuk esa izkodk’k dh

vof/k dks N7q

h ekuk tkyxk ftls fof’k”V vof/k dh N7q

h esa ‘kkfey fd;k tk ldrk gSA

2- ;fn Hkkjr ls ckgj N7q

h dk yd dsoy yd fgLlk fcrk;k x;k gks rks 120 fnu ls vf/kd dh N7q

h dsoy ml fLFkfr esa nh

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fr dsas ljdkj ;k jkT; ljdkj ds depZ

kfj;ksa dh Hkkfa r

ykxw gkus h pkfgy A

IV.

v/k&ZZ&ZZ

ossrsrsru N7qq7qq h

fdlh LFkk;h f’k{kd ds fyy lsok dk çR;ds

o”kZ iwjk gkus

s ij 20 fnu dh vof/k dh v/k&Z

osru N7q

h Loh—r dh ldrh gSA yslh N7q

h dks

fdlh ita pkfgyA

h—r fpfdRld ls fpfdRlk çek.ki= çkIr dj] fdlh futh ekeys ;k fdlh ‘kS{kf.kd ç;kstukFkZ ds vk/kkj ij çnku dh tkuh

Li”Vhdj.k %
yd o”kZ dh lsok i.w kZ dh dk vfHkizk; gS fd fo’ofo|ky; ds varxZr yd fofufn”Z V vof/k ds fyy yxkrkj dh xbZ lsok ftlesa

vlk/kkj.k N7q

h lfgr N7q

h ds lkFk&lkFk lsok ls vuiq fLFkfr dh vof/k Hkh ‘kkfey gSA

ukVs

% lsokfuof` Ùk ds le; Nfq 7;ksa ds uxnhdj.k ds ç;kts

ukFkZ ;fn vftZr Nfq 7;ksa dh l[a

;k 300 ls de gS rks vftZr Nfq 7;ksa dh l[a ;k

dh x.kuk gsrq v/k&Z

osru Nfq 7;ksa dks vftZr Nfq 7;ksa ds lkFk tkMs

kfj;ksa

ds ekeys esa ykxw gksrk gSA
V- ifjofrZZrZrZr N7qq7qq h
fuEufyf[kr ‘krksZ ds v/;/khu yd LFkk;h f’k{kd dks yd iath—r fpfdRld ls fpfdRlk çek.ki= ds vk/kkj ij ifjofrZr Nq7h]

tks n;s

v/k&Z

osru Nq7h ds vk/ks ls vf/kd u gk]s

inz

ku dh tk ldrh gS %

¼i½ lia .w kZ lsok vof/k ds nkSjku ifjofrZr N7q h dh vof/k dh vf/kdre lhek 240 fnu gksxh(

¼ii½ ifjofrZr N7q

h iznku fdy tkus dh fLFkfr e]s

v/k&Z

osru N7q

h ds [kkrs ls nkxs

uh N7q

h dkVh tkyxh( vkSj

¼iii½ yd lkFk yh xbZ vftZr N7q

h vkSj ifjofrZr N7q

h dh dyq

vof/k yd le; esa 240 fnuksa ls vf/kd ugha gkxs h(

c’krZs

fd bu fofu;eksa ds v/khu dkbs Z ifjofrZr N7q

h ugha nh tkyxh] tc rd N7q

h Loh—r djus okys l{ke çkf/kdkjh dks ;g

VI-

fo’okl uk gks fd f’k{kd bl vof/k ds lekIr gkus
vlk/kkj.k N7qq7qq h

s ij vius dk;Z ij okil ykSVxs kA

¼i½ fdlh LFkk;h f’k{kd dks vlk/kkj.k N7q h nh tk ldrh gS tcfd &

¼d½ dkbs

Z vU; Nq7h Lohdk;Z uk gk(s

vFkok

¼[k½ vU; N7q

h xzkg; gks vkSj f’k{kd vlk/kkj.k N7q

h gsrq fyf[kr esa vkons

u djsaA

¼ii½ vlk/kkj.k N7q

h lnSo fcuk osru vkSj HkÙkksa ds gkxs

hA blesa fuEufyf[kr ekeyksa dks NksMd+

j osru of` ) dh x.kuk ds fyy bl ij

fopkj ugha fd;k tkyxk%
¼d½ fpfdRlk çek.k i=ksa ds vk/kkj ij yh xbZ N7q h(

38 THE GAZETTE OF INDIA : EXTRAORDINARY [PART III—SEC. 4]

¼[k½ ysls ekeyksa esa tgka dyq

[email protected] çkpk;Z lar”q V gks fd f’k{kd ds fu;a=.k ls ckgj ds dkj.kksa ds pyrs N7q

h yh xbZ Fkh] tSls fd

ukxfjd foskgs

] vFkok çk—frd vkink ds dkj.k dk;HZ kkj xgz .k djus vFkok iuq

% dk;HZ kkj xgz .k djus esa v{kerk vkSj f’k{kd ds [kkrs esa

vU; dkbs Z Hkh N7q h ugha gk(s
¼x½ mPPkÙkj v/;;u tkjh j[kus gsrq yh xbZ Nq7h( vkSj
¼?k½ f’k{k.k in] v/;srkof` Ùk vFkok ‘kk/s k& lg& f’k{k.k in ds fyy fuea=.k Lohdkj djus vFkok rduhdh vFkok vdknfed egRo ds dk;Z

lkSis tkus ij N7q

h inz

ku dh xbZ gkAs

¼iii½ vlk/kkj.k N7q

h dks vkdfLed N7q

h vkSj fo’k”s k vkdfLed N7q

h ds vykok vU; fdlh N7q

h ds lkFk tkMs

+k tk ldrk gS c’krsZ

N7q

h ij dk;Z ls yxkrkj vuiq fLFkfr dh dyq

vof/k] yls

s ekeyksa dks NkMs d+

j tgka N7q

h fpfdRlk çek.k i= ij yh xbZ gk]s 3

o”kksaZ ls vf/kd ugha gkxs

h ¼ml N7q

h dh vof/k lfgr tks mä N7q

h ds lkFk tkMs

h xbZ gS½A dk;Z ls vuiq fLFkfr dh dyq

vof/k

fdlh Hkh fLFkfr esa O;fä dh lia .w kZ lsok vof/k esa ikpa o”kkZas ls vf/kd ugha gksxhA

¼iv½ N7q

h inz

ku djus gsrq l{ke çkf/kdkjh] vuiq fLFkfr dh vof/k dks Hkwry{kh çHkko ls fcuk N7q

h ds vuiq fLFkfr dks vlk/kkj.k N7q h

esa ifjofrZr dj ldrk gSA

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N7q

h ugha gkus

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h dks muds }kjk ckn esa vftZr fdy xy v/k&Z

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s dh vuqefr ugha nh tkyxh tc rd

mldh lfØ; lsok ls mlds Nq7h ds [kkrs esa ‘k”s k N7q h lekIr ugha gks tkrh vFkok og bl rjg ls vftrZ ugha dh xbZ vof/k
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vifjgk;Z cu tkrh gS] f’k{kd vkxs dh lsok ds fyy v’kä gks tkrk gS] ysls ekeykas esa vftZr dh tkus okyh N7q h dh vof/k

gsrq osru vodk’k dk çfrnk; dk;dZ

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egkfo|ky; ds ‘kklh fudk; }kjk lekIr fd;k tk ldrk gSA

c’krZs fd dk;Zdkjh ifj”[email protected]~

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vftZr

dh tkus okyh N7q h dh vof/k gsrq osru vodk’k ds çfrnk; dks lekIr dj ldrk gSA
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h ugha nh tk ldrh gSAa

çlfw r

N7q

h vdky izlo gks tkus lfgr xHkiZ kr ds ekeys esa Hkh inz

ku dh tk ldrh gS]a

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vof/k esa 45 fnuksa ls vf/kd N7q

h ugha inz

ku dh xbZ gks vkSj N7q

h gsrq vkons

u ds lkFk fpfdRlk çek.k i= inz

ku fd;k tkyA

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osru N7q

h vFkok vlk/kkj.k N7q

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+k tk ldrk gS ijarq çlfw r N7q

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u ds lkFk fdlh Hkh N7q

h dks dsoy ml fLFkfr esa inz

ku fd;k tk ldrk gS tc mlds vuqjk/s k ds

lkFk yd fpfdRlk çek.ki= lya
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Xu gkAs

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cPpksa dh n[s

kHkky ds fyy nks o”kksaZ dh vof/k dh Nq7h inz

ku dh tk ldrh gSA dssa

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gsrq ckyp;kZ N7q

h iznku dh tk ldrh gSA ysls ekeyksa esa tgka ckyp;kZ N7q

h 45 fnuksa ls vf/kd dh vof/k ds fyy inz

ku dh xbZ gks rks

fo’ofo|ky;@ egkfo|ky;@ laLFkku yd v’a [email protected] oSdfYid vfrfFk f’k{kd dks fo’ofo|ky; vunq

ku vk;kxs

dks iwoZ tkudkjh

inz

ku dj fu;äq

dj ldrs gSAa

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ku fd;k tk ldrk gS ij yslk vodk’k

dsoy nks cPpksa ij gh inz ku fd;k tkyxkA
XI. nÙkd xgzzgzz .k N7qq7qq h

nÙkd xgz .k N7q

h dssa

ljdkj ds fu;eksa ds vuqlkj çnku dh tk ldrh gSA

¹Hkkx IIIµ[k.M 4º Hkkjr dk jkti=k % vlk/kj.k 39

XII.

ljkxssxss

sslslslh gssrsrsrqqqq N7qq7qq h

ljkxs

slh gsrq Nq7h Hkkjr ljdkj }kjk fu/kkfZ jr fu;ek]sa

fofu;eksa vkSj ekunMa

ksa ds vuqlkj ykxw gkxs hA

9- ‘kk/ss/ss k laaoaoao/kuZZuZZ vunqqnqq ku

fo’ofo|ky; vunq

ku vk;kxs

vFkok lca fa /kr ytsalh ¼[email protected]; ljdkj½ f’k{kdksa vkSj vU; xSj& O;olkf;d vdknfed LVkWQ dks viuh

fu;fq ä ds i’pkr~ ‘kh?kz ‘kk/s k ‘k:q djus ds fyy lkekftd foKku] ekufodh vkSj Hkk”kk esa 3 yk[k #iy vkSj foKku vkSj çkS|ksfxdh esa 6
yk[k #iy rd LVkVvZ i vuqnku çnku dj ldrs gaSA
9-1 ijke’knZZnZZ k=h dk;ZZZZ

laLFkkvksa vkSj ijke’knZ

krk f’k{kdksa ds chp ijke’knZ

k=h fu;ek]sa

fuc/a kuk]sa

‘krksaZ vkSj jktLo lk>k djus ds e‚My dks fo’ofo|ky; vunq ku

vk;kxs

ds iF` kd ijke’knZ

k=h fu;eksa ds vuqlkj fd;k tkyxkA

10-0 lh-y-yl- dssss vararararxZrZrZrZr lh/kh HkrhZZZZ vkSSjSSj çkUssUss ufr gsrsrsrsrqqqq fiNyh lsosososokvkasasasas dh x.kuk djuk

lgk;d vkpk;]Z

lg&vkpk;]Z

vkpk;Z vFkok fdlh vU; uke ls tkus okys :i esa yd f’k{kd dks lh-y-yl- ds varxZr lh/kh HkrhZ vkSj

çkUs ufr gsrq fo’ofo|ky;] egkfo|ky;] jk”Vªh; ç;kxs

‘kkykvksa vFkok lhylvkbvZ

kj] vkbZlhyvkj] MhvkjMhvk]s

fo’ofo|ky; vunq

ku vk;kxs ]

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Buksa esa lgk;d vkpk;]Z

lg& vkpk;Z

vFkok vkpk;Z vFkok led{k ds :i esa iwoZ fu;fer lsok] pkgs jk”Vªh; vFkok varjk”Z Vªh; gk]s dh x.kuk dh tkuh pkfgy] c’krZs fd&

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lg& vkpk;Z vkSj vkpk;]Z

tSlh Hkh fLFkfr gk]s

ds fyy fo’ofo|ky; vunq ku

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Fkk vFkok iwoZ

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lg& vkpk;Z vkSj vkpk;Z] tSlh Hkh fLFkfr gk]s ds

in ij fu;fq ä gsrq fo’ofo|ky; vunq

ku vk;kxs

}kjk fu/kkfZ jr U;uw

re vgZrky gkus

h pkfgyA

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[email protected] laLFkkuksa dh fu/kkfZ jr p;u çfØ;k ds fu/kkfZ jr

¼³½ fdlh Hkh vof/k ds nkSjku iwoZ fu;fq ä vfrfFk O;k[;krk ds :i esa ugha dh xbZ gkAs
¼p½ iwoZ rnFkZ vFkok vLFkkbZ vFkok ifjf’k”V lsok ¼ftl Hkh uke ls bls tkuk tky½ dh çR;{k HkrhZ vkSj izkUs ufr gsrq x.kuk dh tkyxh] c’krsZ fd&

¼i½ fo’ofo|ky; vuqnku vk;kxs

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gsrq vfuok;Z vgZrkya vko’;d

/kkfjr in dh vko’;d vgZrkvksa ls de uk gk(s
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¼iii½ in/kkjh fu;fer vk/kkj ij fu;äq

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lg&vkpk;Z vkSj vkpk;]Z

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ds ekfld ldy

osru ls de dyq

ldy ifjyfC/k;ka çkIr ugha dj jgs gk(sa

vkSj

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ds varxZr foxr lsok dh x.kuk djrs le; laLFkku ¼[email protected] LFkkuh; fudk;@ ljdkjh½] tgka iwoZ lsokya inz

ku dh

xbZ Fkh] dh çc/a ku ds Lo:i dk lna HkZ nsrs le; dkbs Z HksnHkko ugha fd;k tkyxkA
11-0 ifjoh{kk vkSSjSSj LFkk;hdj.k dh vof/k

11-1 fdlh f’k{kd dh ifjoh{kk dh U;uw c<+k;k tk ldrk gSA

re vof/k yd o”kZ gkxs

h] ftls vlark”s ktud çn’kuZ

fdy tkus dh fLFkfr esa yd o”kZ vkSj

11-2 ifjoh{kk/khu f’k{kd dks yd o”kZ ds var esa LFkk;h fd;k tkyxk] tc rd fd igys o”kZ dh lekfIr ls iwoZ fdlh fof’k”V vkn’s k ds ek/;e ls bl vof/k dks yd vkSj o”kZ c<+k;k uk x;k gkAs
11-3 bl fofu;e ds [kMa 11 ds v/;/khu] fo’ofo|ky;@ lca fa /kr laLFkku ds fyy ;g vfuok;Z gS fd og lark”s ktud dk;Z fu”iknu

ds lR;kiu dh ;Fkkor çfØ;k ds vuqlj.k ds i’pkr~ ifjoh{kk vof/k ds iwjk gkus vkn’s k tkjh djsaA

s ds 45 fnuksa ds Hkhrj in/kkfj;ksaa dks LFkk;h djus dk

11-4 ifjoh{kk vkSj LFkk;hdj.k fu;eksa dks dssa tkyxkA

ljdkj }kjk le;≤ ij tkjh dsoy HkrhZ ds ‘kq:vkrh pj.k ij gh ykxw fd;k

40 THE GAZETTE OF INDIA : EXTRAORDINARY [PART III—SEC. 4]
11-5 ifjoh{kk vkSj LFkk;hdj.k lca /a kh dsas ljdkj ds vU; lHkh fu;e ;Fkkfs pr ifjoruZ ksa lfgr ykxw gkxsa As

12-0

f’k{kdkssaasasa dssss inkssaasasa dk ltt

u vkSSjSSj mudk Hkjk tkuk

12-1 tgka rd O;ogk;Z gk]s

fo’ofo|ky;ksa esa f’k{kdksa dk in fijkfeM Øe esa lf` tr fdy tky]a

mnkgj.k ds fyy] vkpk;Z ds 1 in

ds fyy çfr foHkkx lg& vkpk;Z ds 2 in vkSj lgk;d vkpk;ksaZ ds pkj in gkus s pkfgyA
12-2 fo’ofo|ky; ç.kkyh esa lHkh Loh—[email protected] vueq kfs nr in rRdky vk/kkj ij Hkjs tkyxa As
13-0 ifjf’k”V vk/kkj ij fu;fqqfqq ä;kaaaa
ifjf’k”V vk/kkj ij f’k{kd dh fu;qfä rHkh dh tkuh pkfgy tc iw.kZ :i ls vfuok;Z u gks vkSj tc Nk= f’k{kd dk vuiq kr

fu/kkfZ jr ekunaM ij [kjk u mrjrk gkAs

ysls fdlh ekeys e]sa

mä fu;fq ä;ksa dh l[a

;k egkfo|ky;@ fo’ofo|ky; esa lda

k; inksa dh

dyq

l[a

;k ds 10 çfr’kr ls vf/kd ugha gkus

h pkfgyA mUgsa fu;äq

djus lca /a kh vgZrkya vkSj p;u çfØ;k ogh gkus

h pkfgy tks fu;fer

vk/kkj ij fu;äq

fdy xy f’k{kdksa ij ykxw gksrh gSAa

mä vucq fa /kr f’k{kdksa dks nh xbZ fu/kkfZ jr ifjyfC/k;ka fu;fer vk/kkj ij fu;qä

fdy xy lgk;d vkpk;Z ds ekfld ldy osru ls de ugha gkus

h pkfgyA izkjHa k e]sa

yslh fu;fq ä;ka yd f’k{kk l= ls vf/kd ds fyy ugha

gkus

h pkfgy vkSj ysls fdlh uy f’k{kd ds dk;Z fu”iknu dh vU; l= gsrq ifjf’k”V vk/kkj ij fu;äq

djus ls igys ‘kS{kf.kd

dk;fZ u”iknu dh leh{kk dh tkuh pkfgyA tc çlfw r N7q ifjf’k”V vk/kkj ij yslh fu;fq ä;ka dh tkuh pkfgyA

h] ckyp;kZ N7q

h bR;kfn ds dkj.k fjfä;ka Hkjuk i.w kZ :i ls vfuok;Z gk]s

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14-1 fo’ofo|ky;[email protected]

egkfo|ky;ksa esa de ls de 180 f’k{k.k fnol gkus

s pkfgy vFkkZr~ 6 fnuksa ds lIrkg esa U;uw

re 30 lIrkg ds

okLrfod f’k{k.k fnol gkus

s pkfgyA ‘k”s k fnuksa e]sa

12 lIrkg dks ço’s k vkSj ijh{kk lca /a kh dk;dZ

ykiksa vkSj lg& ikBîp;k]Z

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ljdkjh Nfq 7;ksa ds fyy fny tk ldrs gSAa

;fn fo’ofo|ky; ikpa

fnolh; ifz r lIrkg dh i)fr viukrk gS rks lIrkg dh l[a ;k

rnuqlkj c<kbZ tkuh pkfgy rkfd ;g lfq uf’pr fd;k tk lds fd Ng fnolh; lIrkg esa 30 lIrkg ds led{k okLrfod f’k{k.k dk;Z fd;k tk ldAs
mä mic/a k dks fuEukuqlkj l{a kis esa fn;k x;k gS &

lIrkgkssaassaa  dh  l[aa[aa ;k  %  yd  lIrkg  essaassaa  6 fnolh; i)fr  lIrkgkssaassaa  dh  l[aa[aa ;k  %  yd  lIrkg  essaassaa  5 fnolh; i)fr

J.ss.ss khdj.k fo’ofo|ky; egkfo|ky; fo’ofo|ky; egkfo|ky;
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izzkzzkodk’k 8 10 6 6
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14-2 izkodk’k esa 2 lIrkg dh deh djus ds cnys fo’ofo|ky; ds f’k{kdksa ds vftZr vodk’k esa mDr vof/k dh yd frgkbZ fnuksa

ds vodk’k dh of` ) dh tk ldrh gSA rFkkfi] egkfo|ky; ds ikl yd o”kZ esa dyq

10 lIrkgksa ds izkodk’k dk fodYi gkxs

k vkSj

izkodk’k ds nkSjku dk;Z djus dh vko’;drk ds vykok fdlh vkSj dkj.k ls vftZr vodk’k ugha fn;k tkyxk ftlds fyy fo’ofo|ky;
ds f’k{kdksa ds ekeys esa vftZr vodk’k ds :i esa yd frgkbZ vof/k dh N7q h nh tkyxhA
15-0 dk;HZZHZZ kkj

15-1 i.w kdZ

kfyd jkts

xkj ds ekeys esa yd f’k{kk o”kZ esa f’k{kdksa dk dk;ZHkkj 30 dk;Z lIrkg ¼yd lkS vLlh f’k{k.k fnol½ ds fyy

yd lIrkg esa 40 ?kVa

ksa ls de ugha gkus

k pkfgyA fo’ofo|ky;@ egkfo|ky; esa f’k{kdksa ds fyy ;g vfuok;Z gkxs

k fd og de ls de 5

?kVa

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iqLrdky; ijke’[email protected]

‘kk/s k gsrq Nk=ksa dks f’kf{kr djus ds fyy de ls de çfrfnu nks ?kVa

s ¼çfr leUo;d U;uw

re 15 Nk=½ [email protected] vFkok LukrdkÙs kj

¹Hkkx IIIµ[k.M 4º Hkkjr dk jkti=k % vlk/kj.k 41

ikBîØeksa ds ekeys esa ‘kk/s k gsrq çfrfnu de ls de nks ?kVa

s dk le; nxsa

s ftlds fyy fo’ofo|ky;@ egkfo|ky; }kjk vko’;d LFkku

vkSj volajpuk çnku dh tkyxhA çR;{k f’k{k.k& Kku vtuZ

dk;HZ kkj fuEukuqlkj gkus

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ku dh tk ldrh gSA

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djkj gkus

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uksa ds vuqlkj

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k pkfgyA bl O;olk; esa vkxs ;g Hkh vko’;d gS fd f’k{kd ‘kkar] /kS;Zoku] feyulkj vkSj eS=hi.w kZ LoHkko dk

¼i½ yslk ftEens

kjh Hkjs vkpj.k rFkk O;ogkj dk ikyu djuk pkfgy tSlk fd lenq

k; muls vk’kk djrk gS(

¼ii½ mUgsa vius futh ekeyksa dk bl izdkj ls icz /a ku djuk pkfgy tks fd i’s ks dh çfr”Bk ds vuq:i gk(sa
¼iii½ v/;;u vkSj ‘kk/s k ds ek/;e ls yxkrkj i’s ksoj fodkl tkjh j[kus pkfgy(

¼iv½ Kku ds {ks= esa ;kxs djus pkfgy(

nku nus

s ds fyy i’s ksoj cSBdk]sa

lxa

kfs “B;k]sa

lEeys

uksa bR;kfn esa Hkkxhnkjh djds eäq

vkSj eS=hi.w kZ fopkj O;ä

¼v½ i’s ksoj lxa djuk pkfgy(

Buksa esa lfØ; lnL;rk dks cuky j[kuk pkfgy vkSj muds ek/;e ls f’k{kk vkSj O;olk; dks cgs

rj cukus dk ç;kl

¼vi½ foods

i.w kZ vkSj lei.Z k Hkkouk ls f’k{k.k] vufq ‘k{k.k] izk;kfs xd Kku] lxa

kfs “B;ksa vkSj ‘kk/s k dk;Z ds :i esa vius drOZ ;ksa dk

fu”iknu djuk pkfgy(
¼vii½ f’k{k.k vkSj ‘kk/s k esa lkfgR; pksjh vkSj vU; vuSfrd O;ogkj esa ‘kkfey ugha gkus

k vkSj mUgsa grkRs lkfgr djuk pkfgy(

¼viii½ fo’ofo|ky; ds vf/kfu;e] lkfa of/k vkSj v/;kn’s k dk ikyu djuk pkfgy vkSj fo’ofo|ky; ds vkn’kk]saZ frd i)fr;ksa vkSj ijIa kjkvksa dk vknj djuk pkfgy(

fotu] fe’ku] lkaL—

¼ix½ egkfo|ky; vkSj fo’ofo|ky; ds ‘kS{kf.kd nkf;Roksa ls lca fa /kr dk;ksaZ dk fØ;kUo;u djus esa lg;kxs

vkSj lgk;rk inz

ku djuk

tSls fd% ço’s k gsrq vkons

uksa dk eYw ;kadu djus esa lgk;rk djuk] Nk=ksa dks ijke’kZ nus

k vkSj mudk ekxnZ

‘kuZ

vkSj fuxjkuh djuk]

i;Zo{s k.k vkSj eYw ;kda u djus lfgr fo’ofo|ky; vkSj egkfo|ky; esa ijh{kkya vk;kfs tr djkus esa lgk;rk djuk( vkSj

¼x½ lkenq

kf;d lsok lfgr lg& ikBîp;kZ vkSj IkkB;~

Ùs kj dk;dZ

ykiksa ds foLrkj esa Hkkxhnkjh djukA

42 THE GAZETTE OF INDIA : EXTRAORDINARY [PART III—SEC. 4]

II- f’k{kd vkSSjSSj Nk= f’k{kd dkssss %
¼i½ Nk=ksa dks fopkj O;ä djus ds mudss vf/kdkjksa vkSj çfr”Bk dk vknj djuk pkfgy (

¼ii½ Nk=ksa ds /ke]Z

tkfr] fyxa

] jktuhfr] vkfFkdZ

] lkekftd vkSj ‘kkjhfjd xq.kksa dks /;ku esa ugha j[krs gqy muls fu”i{k vkSj fcuk

Hkns Hkko O;ogkj djuk pkfgy(
¼iii½ Nk=ksa ds O;ogkj vkSj {kerkvksa esa varj dks igpkuuk vkSj mudh O;fäxr vko’;drkvksa dks iwjk djus dk ç;kl djuk pkfgy(
¼iv½ Nk=ksa dks mudh miyfC/k;ksa esa vkSj l/q kkj djus ds fyy izkRs lkfgr djuk pkfgy] muds O;fäRo dk fodkl djuk pkfgy vkSj

lkenq

kf;d dY;k.k esa ;kxs

nku nus

s ds fyy mUgsa çkRs lkfgr djuk pkfgy(

¼v½ Nk=ksa esa oSKkfud euksof` Ùk] ftKklk dk Hkko vkSj ykds r=a ] n’s k Hkfä] lkekftd U;k;] i;kZoj.k laj{k.k] vkSj ‘kkafr ds vkn’kZ dk
lpa j.k djuk pkfgy(
¼vi½ Nk=ksa ds lkFk lEeku ls O;ogkj djuk vkSj fdlh Hkh dkj.k ds fyy fdlh ds lkFk çfr’kk/s kkRed rjhds ls O;ogkj ugh djuk pkfgy(

¼vii½ x.q kksa dk ewY;kda

u djus esa Nk= dh dsoy miyfC/k;ksa ij /;ku nus

k pkfgy(

¼viii½ d{kk ds le; ds ckn Hkh Nk=ksa ds fyy Lo;a dks miyC/k djkuk vkSj fcuk fdlh ykHk vkSj iqjLdkj ds Nk=ksa dh lgk;rk vkSj
mudk ekxnZ ‘kZu djuk pkfgy(
¼ix½ Nk=ksa esa gekjh jk”Vªh; fojklr vkSj jk”Vªh; mí’s ;ksa dh le> fodflr djus esa lgk;rk djuk pkfgy(
¼x½ vU; Nk=k]sa lgikfB;ksa vFkok ç’kklu ds fo#) Nk=kas dks mÙkfs tr ugha djuk pkfgyA

III-

f’k{kd vkSSjSSj lg;kxssxss

h f’k{kd

f’k{kd dkssss %
¼i½ i’s ks ls tqM+s vU; lnL;ksa ds lkFk oSlk gh O;ogkj djuk pkfgy tSlk og Lo;a ds lkFk ilna

djsax(s

¼ii½ vU; f’k{kdksa ds ckjs esa vknjiwoZd ckr djuk vkSj i’s ksoj cgs
¼iii½ mPp çkf/kdkfj;ksa dks lg;kfs x;ksa ds fo#) ccs fq u;knh vkjkis

rjh ds fyy lgk;rk nus yxkus ls cpuk pkfgy(

h pkfgy(

¼iv½ vius i’s ksoj ç;klksa esa tkfr] jxa

] /ke]Z

çtkfr vFkok fyxa

lca /a kh fopkjksa dks ugha vkus nus

k pkfgyA

IV- f’k{kd vkSSjSSj çkf/kdkjh f’k{kd dkssss %
¼i½ ykxw fu;eksa ds vuqlkj vius O;olkf;d nkf;Roksa dk fuogZ u djuk pkfgy vkSj vius Lo;a ds laLFkkxr fudk; [email protected] vFkok

O;olkf;d lxa

Buksa ds ek/;e ls i’s ks ds fyy ?kkrd yls

s fu;e esa ifjoruZ

ds fyy dne mBkus ds fyy i’s ks ds vudq yw

ifz Ø;kvksa vkSj

i)fr;ksa dk ikyu djuk pkfgy tks i’s ksoj fgr esa gkAas
¼ii½ futh Vî’w ku vkSj vufq ‘k{k.k d{kkvksa lfgr vU; dkbs Z jkts

xkj vkSj çfrc)rk ls nwj jguk pkfgy] ftlls muds i’s ksoj

mÙkjnkf;Roksa esa gLr{kis

gkus

s dh laHkkouk gk(s

¼iii½ fofHkUu inksa dk dk;HZ kkj Lohdkj djds vkSj mä inksa ds mÙkjnkf;Roksa dk fuogZ u djds laLFkk dh uhfr fuek.Z k esa lg;kxs djuk(
¼iv½ vU; laLFkkvksa dh uhfr;ksa ds fuek.Z k esa vius laxBuksa ds ek/;e ls lg;kxs djds inksa dks Lohdkj djasx(s

¼v½ i’s ks dh e;knZ

k ds vuq:i vkSj fgrksa ds eíus

tj lLa Fkkvksa dh cgs

rjh gsrq çkf/kdj.kksa dk lg;kxs

djuk pkfgy(

¼vi½ ifjf’k”V dh ‘krksaZ dk vuiq kyu djxsa
¼vii½ fdlh fLFkfr esa fu;kstu eas ifjoruZ

(s
ls igys mfpr ukfs Vl nsaxs vkSj ysls ukfs Vl dh vi{s kk djsax(s

¼viii½ vifjgk;Z dkj.kksa ds vfrfjä Nfq 7;ka yus

s ls cpxsa

s vkSj vkSj tgka rd lHa ko gks lds ‘kS{kf.kd l= dks iwjk djus gsrq vius fo’ks”k

mÙkjnkf;Roksa ds eíus

tj N7q

h yus

s ls iwoZ lpw

uk çnku djsxa As

¹Hkkx IIIµ[k.M 4º Hkkjr dk jkti=k % vlk/kj.k 43

f’k{kd vkSSjSSj f’k{k.kÙssÙss kj depZZpZZ f’k{kdkssaassaa dkssss pkfgy fd %

kjh

¼i½ çR;ds

‘kS{kf.kd laLFkk esa lg;kxs

ls fdy tkus okys dk;ksaZ esa f’k{k.kÙs kj LVWkQ dks viuk lgdehZ vkSj leku lg;kxs

h le>(s

¼ii½ f’k{kdksa vkSj f’k{k.kÙs kj LVkWQ ls lca fa /kr l;a äq LVkWQ ifj”knksa ds dk;Z esa lgk;rk djsAa
VI. f’k{kd vkSSjSSj vfHkHkkod

f’k{kdkssaassaa dkssss pkfgy fd %
¼i½ f’k{kd] fudk;ksa vkSj lxa

Buksa ds ek/;e ls bl ckr ij /;ku nus

s dk i;z

kl djsa fd laLFkky]a

vfHkHkkodk]sa

vius fo|kfFk;Z

ksa ds

lkFk lia dZ cukya vkSj tc dHkh vko’;d gk]s

vfHkHkkodksa dks mudh fu”iknu fjikVs

Z Hkstsa vkSj ijLij fopkjksa ds vknku& çnku vkSj

laLFkk ds ykHk gsrq bl ç;kstukFkZ vk;kfs tr cSBdksa esa vfHkHkkodksa ls HkVsa djaAs
VII. f’k{kd vkSSjSSj lekt

f’k{kdkssaassaa dkssss pkfgy fd %
¼i½ bl ckr dks Lohdkj djsa fd f’k{kk yd tu lsok gS vkSj pyky tk jgs dk;ØZ fyy ç;kl dj(as

eksa ds ckjs esa ykxs

ksa dks tkudkjh çnku djus ds

¼ii½ lekt esa f’k{kk esa l/q kkj djus vkSj lekt ds uSfrd vkSj ckSf)d thou dks lşq <+ djus ds fyy dk;Z djs(

¼iii½ lkekftd leL;kvksa ls voxr gksa vkSj yslh fØ;kdykiksa esa Hkkx ysa tks lekt dh çxfr vkSj dyq lgk;d gk(s

feykdj n’s k dh çxfr esa

¼iv½ ukxfjd ds drOZ ;ksa dk fuogZu dj]as lkekftd fØ;kdykiksa esa Hkkx ys vkSj ljdkjh lsok ds mÙkjnkf;Roksa esa lgk;rk djsa(

¼v½ yslh fØ;kdykiksa esa Hkkx yus

s ls vkSj lnL; cuus ;k fdlh Hkh çdkj ls lgk;rk djus ls cpsa tks fofHkUu lenq

k;k]sa

/keksaZ ;k

Hkk”kkbZ legw

ksa esa uQjr vkSj n’q euh dks c<+kok nsrh gk]s

ijarq jk”Vªh; ydrk ds fyy lfØ; gkds

j dk;Z djsaaA

dyqqyqq dyqqyqq

[email protected] le&dyqqyqq [email protected] le&dyqqyqq

[email protected] dyqqyqq [email protected] dyqqyqq

nfssfss ‘kd
nfssfss ‘kd dkssss pkfgy fd %

¼d½ uhfr fuek.Z k] ipz

kyu çc/a ku] ekuo lalk/kukas ds b”Vre mi;kxs

vkSj i;kZoj.k vkSj /kkj.kh;rk ds ek/;e ls fo’ofo|ky; dks

çsj.kknk;d vkSj çsjd eYw ; vk/kkfjr vdknfed vkSj dk;Zdkjh usr`Ro çnku dj(s

¼[k½ ikjnf’kZrk] fu”i{krk] beZ

kunkjh] lokPsZ p uSfrdrk ds lkFk vkpj.k djsa vkSj fu.k;Z

y]sa

tkfs d fo’ofo|ky; ds loksÙZ ke fgr esa gk(s

¼x½ dk;Z vkSj f’k{kk ds fyy yd vudq

wy okrkoj.k çnku djus ds fyy mÙkjnkf;Roi.w k]Z

b”Vre rFkk] çHkkoh rjhds vkSj d’q kyrk ds

lkFk lalk/kuksa ds çc/a ku esa fo’ofo|ky; dh lia fÙk ds çc/a kd ds :i esa dk;Z dj(sa

¼?k½ fo’ofo|ky; esa lg;kxs fyy ekxZ ç’kLr gks ld(s

] lk>k djus vkSj ijke’kZ ls dk;Z djus dh laL—fr dks c<+kok n]sa

ftlls vfHkuo lkps

vkSj fopkjksa ds

¼³½ yslh dk;Z laL—fr vkSj uSfrdrk dks c<+kok nus lsok çnku dj(s

s dk ç;kl djsa tks jk”Vª vkSj lekt ds fyy x.q koÙkk] O;kolkf;drk] larfq “V vkSj

¼p½ vius i’s ksoj i;z

klksa ds ek/;e ls tkfr] iFa k] /ke]Z

uLy] fyxa

ij fopkj djus ls cpAsa

egkfo|ky; dssss çkpk;ZZZZ dkssss pkfgy fd(

¼d½ uhfr fuek.Z k] ipz

kyu çc/a ku] ekuo lalk/kukas ds b”Vre mi;kxs

vkSj i;kZoj.k vkSj /kkj.kh;rk ds ek/;e ls fo’ofo|ky; dks

çsj.kknk;d vkSj çsjd eYw ; vk/kkfjr vdknfed vkSj dk;Zdkjh usr`Ro çnku dj(s

¼[k½ ikjnf’kZrk] fu”i{krk] beZ

kunkjh] lokPsZ p uSfrdrk ds lkFk vkpj.k djsa vkSj fu.k;Z

y]sa

tkfs d fo’ofo|ky; ds loksÙZ ke fgr esa gk(s

¼x½ dk;Z vkSj f’k{kk ds fyy yd vudq

wy okrkoj.k çnku djus ds fyy mÙkjnkf;Roi.w k]Z

b”Vre rFkk] çHkkoh rjhds vkSj d’q kyrk ds

lkFk lalk/kuksa ds çc/a ku esa fo’ofo|ky; dh lia fÙk ds çc/a kd ds :i esa dk;Z dj(sa

¼?k½ fo’ofo|ky; esa lg;kxs fyy ekxZ ç’kLr gks ld(s

] lk>k djus vkSj ijke’kZ ls dk;Z djus dh laL—fr dks c<+kok n]sa

ftlls vfHkuo lkps

vkSj fopkjksa ds

¼³½ yslh dk;Z laL—fr vkSj uSfrdrk dks c<+kok nus lsok çnku dj(s

s dk ç;kl djsa tks jk”Vª vkSj lekt ds fyy x.q koÙkk] O;kolkf;drk] larfq “V vkSj

44 THE GAZETTE OF INDIA : EXTRAORDINARY [PART III—SEC. 4]
¼p½ vkpj.k vkSj O;ogkj esa mÙkjnkf;Roi.w kZ çfrekukas dk vuiq kyu djsa ftldh lekt muls vi{s kk djrk gS(
¼N½ i’s ks dh xfjek ds vuq:i vius futh ekeyksa dk çc/a ku djs(a
¼t½ f’k{k.k vkSj ‘kk/s k esa lkfgR; pksjh vkSj vU; vuSfrd O;ogkj esa lfa yIr u gksa vkSj bls grkRs lkfgr dj(sa

¼>½ lekt lsok lfgr foLrkj] IkkB;~

p;kZ ls tMq

+s gyq

vkSj ikBîÙs kj fØ;kdykiksa esa Hkkx ys(a

¼¥½ vius i’s ksoj i;z

klksa ds ek/;e ls tkfr] iFa k] /ke]Z

uLy] fyxa

ij fopkj djus ls cpAsa

‘kkjhfjd f’k{kk vkSSjSSj og%

[kyssyss

dnwwnww

fun’ss’ss kd ¼fo’ofo|ky;@ egkfo|ky;½ @ iqLqLqLqLrdk/;{k ¼fo’ofo|ky;@ egkfo|ky;½ dkssss

pkfgy fd

¼d½ vkpj.k vkSj O;ogkj esa mÙkjnkf;Roi.w kZ çfrekuksa dk vuiq kyu djsa ftldh lekt muls vi{s kk djrk gS(
¼[k½ i’s ks dh xfjek ds vu:q i vius futh ekeyksa dk çc/a ku dj(sa
¼x½ f’k{k.k vkSj vuql/a kku esa lkfgR; pksjh vkSj vU; vuSfrd O;ogkj esa lfa yIr u gksa vkSj bls grkRs lkfgr dj(sa

¼?k½ lekt lsok lfgr foLrkj] IkkB;~

p;kZ ls tqM+s gyq

vkSj ikBîÙs kj fØ;kdykiksa esa Hkkx y(as

¼³½ vius i’s ksoj i;z

klksa ds ek/;e ls tkfr] iFa k] /ke]Z

uLy] fyxa

ij fopkj djus ls cpAsa

18-0 mPprj f’k{kk laLaLaLaLFkkvksasasasa esasasasa ekudksasasasa dkssss cuky j[kuk %
mPprj f’k{kk esa f’k{kk ekudksa dks cuky j[kus ds fyy lca fa /kr fo’ofo|ky;@ egkfo|ky;@ laLFkkuksa }kjk fuEufyf[kr flQkfj’ksa
viukbZ tkyxa h%

i. bl lca /a k esa lca fa /kr fo’ofo|ky; vunq

ku vk;kxs

ds fofu;eksa vkSj mueas le;& le; ij fdy xy l’a kk/s kuksa ds vuqlkj

lHkh fo’ofo|ky;ksa esa ihypMh mikf/k dh eYw ;kda u çfØ;k leku gksxhA fo’ofo|ky; mä fofu;eksa dks budh vf/klpw uk
ds i’pkr~ Ng ekg ds Hkhrj vxa hdkj dj yxsa sA
ii. egkfo|ky;ksa vkSj fo’ofo|ky;ksa ds lda k; lnL;ksa dks ihypMh mikf/k çkIr djus ds fyy çkRs lkfgr djus gsrq lsokjr
f’k{kdksa ds fyy ihypMh lhVksa dh vf/kdrk ds lca /a k esa fo’k”s k mic/a k fd;k tkyxk yfs du] ;fn foHkkx esa ik= i;Zo{s kdksa ds
ikl dkbs Z fjä lhV miyC/k ugha gks rks ;g foHkkx esa miyC/k dyq lhVksa ds 10 çfr’kr ls vf/kd ugha gkxs kA
iii. ‘kk/s k dks c<+kok nus s ds fyy vkSj n’s k dh ‘kk/s k mRikndrk esa of` ) djus ds fyy fo’ofo|ky;] egkfo|ky; ds f’k{kdksa dks

[email protected] yefQy fo)kuksa ds i;Zo{s k.k dh vueq

fr çnku djxs

k vkSj vko’;drk vk/kkfjr lfq o/kkya çnku djsxk] rnuqlkj

fo’ofo|ky; viuh mifof/k;ksa rFkk v/;kn’s kksa esa l’a kk/s ku djxsa
iv. bu fofu;eksa esa fu/kkfZ jr mic/a kksa ds vuqlkj lHkh uo&fu;äq

sA
ladk; lnL;ksa dks eyw

‘kk/s [email protected] dIa ;Vq

s’kuy lfq o/kk LFkkfir

djus ds fyy yd ckj çkjfEHkd /[email protected] LVkV&Z

vi vunq

[email protected] ‘kk/s k vunq

ku çnku fd;k tkyxkA

v. bu fofu;eksa esa fu/kkfZ jr mic/a kksaa ds vuqlkj HkrhZ vkSj izkUs ufr ds fyy ihypMh mikf/k dks vfuok;Z vi{s kk cuk;k tkyxkA
vi. lalk/kuksa dk b”Vre mi;kxs lfq uf’pr djus ds fyy vkSj mPprj f’k{kk lLa Fkkuksa esa leUo; LFkkfir djus ds fyy ‘kk/s k

lfq o/kkvk]sa

ekuo lalk/ku] dkS’ky] vkSj voljpa

uk dks lk>k djus ds fyy jkT; esa fo’ofo|ky;[email protected]

egkfo|ky;[email protected]

vuql/a kku laLFkkvksa ds chp vuql/a kku ‘kk/s k dyLVj lf` tr fdy tkyaxAs

vii. fo’ofo|ky;[email protected]

egkfo|ky;[email protected]

laLFkkvksa esa lHkh uo&fu;äq

lgk;d vkpk;ksaZ ds fyy vkn’kZ :i ls muds ‘kSf{kd dk;Z

‘k:q

djus ls igys yd ekg dk vuxq

e dk;ZØe ‘kq: fd;k tkyxk yfs du ;g uo&fu;äq

ladk; lnL; dh HkrhZ ds

fuf’pr :i ls yd o”kZ ds Hkhrj gks tkuk pkfgyA fo’ofo|ky; vunq ku vk;ksx ds ekuo lalk/ku fodkl dsUsksa ds

vfrfjä] fo’ofo|ky;@ laLFkky]a

v/;kid vkSj f’k{k.k ls lca fU/kr ifa Mr enu ekgs

u ekyoh; jk”Vªh; fe’ku

¼ihyeyeyeyuyeVhVh½ ;kstuk ds ek/;e ls vius vf/kn’s k ds vu:q

v mä vuxq

e dk;ZØe vk;kfs tr djxsa sA

viii. mä vuxq

e dk;ØZ

eksa dks lhyyl vko’;drkvksa ds ç;kts

u gsrq fo’ofo|ky; vuqnku vk;kxs

ds ekuo lalk/ku fodkl

dUs sksa }kjk igys ls pyky tk jgs vfHkfoU;kl dk;ØZ eksa ds lerYq ; ekuk tkyxkA fo’ofo|ky;@ egkfo|ky;@ laLFkkya

vius lda

k; lnL;ksa dks pj.kc) rjhds ls mä dk;ZØeksa esa Hkts

xsa

s ftlls f’k{k.k dk;Z esa ck/kk mRiUu u gkAs

ix. ihyeyeyeyuyeVhVh ;kts

uk ds varxZr Ldwy v‚Q ytqd’s ku ¼ylvkbs ½Z ] Vhfpxa

yfuxaZ

lVsa

lZ ¼Vhyylh½] Qds

YVh

MsoyieVsa

lsaVlZ ¼yQMhlh½] lsaVlZ Q‚j yDlhysal bu lkba l yMa

eFs kes

fs VDl ¼lhbyZ lyeb½Z ] lVsa

lZ Q‚j vdSMfed yhMjf’ki

yMa

ytqd’s ku eSuts

eVsa

¼lhyyybyZ e½ tSls dUs sksa }kjk f’k{[email protected]

lda

k; lnL;ksa gsrq vk;kfs tr yd lIrkg ls yds

j yd ekg

rd ds lHkh vYidkyhu vkSj nh?kdZ kyhu {kerk&fuek.Z k dk;ZØeksa ds lkFk&lkFk v/;kiu& lca /a kh vkSj fo”k;& fof’k”V

¹Hkkx IIIµ[k.M 4º Hkkjr dk jkti=k % vlk/kj.k 45

{ks=ksa ds fyy vk;kfs tr fdy tk jgs lxa

kfs “B;k]sa

dk;’Z kkykvksa ij bu fofu;eksa ds rgr dWfj;j mUufr ;kts

uk esa fu/kkfZ jr

vko’;drkvksa dks iwjk djus esa fopkj fd;k tkyxkA
19-0 vU; fuc/aa/aa ku vkSSjSSj ‘krssaaZZsaZsaZ
19-1 [email protected] yefQy vkSSjSSj vU; mPprj f’k{kk gsrsrsrsrqqqq çkRssRss lkgu

i- ftu vH;fFk;Z

ksa dks fo’ofo|ky; vunq

ku vk;kxs

}kjk fu/kkfZ jr nkf[kyk] ita

hdj.k] dksl&Z

odZ vkSj ckâ; eYw ;kadu çfØ;k dk

vuiq kyu djds lca fa /kr fo”k; esa ihypMh dh mikf/k çnku dh xbZ gS] os lgk;d vkpk;Z ds :i esa HkrhZ ds ço’s k Lrj ij çnku dh
tkus okyh osru of) esa ik¡p xSj& fefJr vfxez osru of ) ds ik= gkxsa As
ii- lgk;d vkpk;Z ds in ij HkrhZ ds le; yefQy mikf/k /kkjd nks xSj& fefJr vfxez osru of` ) ds ik= gkxsa As

iii. ftu f’k{kdksa ds ikl [email protected] [email protected] [email protected]

[email protected]

[email protected] ye-Mh-] vkfn tSls O;kolkf;d ikB;~

Øeksa dh

mikf/k gS ftUgsa lca fU/kr lkfa of/kd fudk;@ ifj”kn~ }kjk ekU;rk çkIr gS os Hkh ço’s k Lrj ij nks xSj& fefJr vfxez osru of) ds ik= gkxsa As iv. ¼d½ tks f'k{kd lsok ds nkSjku ihypMh dh mikf/k çkIr djrs gSa os rHkh ço's k Lrj ij rhu xSj &fefJr osru of ) ds ik= gkxsa s ;fn

ihypMh] jkts

xkj ls lEcfa /kr fo”k; esa dh xbZ gS vkSj tks fo’ofo|ky; }kjk ukekda

u] dksl&Z

od]Z

ewY;kda

u vkfn gsrq fo’ofo|ky;

vunq

ku vk;kxs

}kjk fu/kkfZ jr çfØ;k dk ikyu djds çnku dh xbZ gkAs

¼[k½ rFkkfi] mu lsokjr f’k{kdksa dks ftUgsa bu fofu;eksa ds ykxw gkus s ds le; ls igys gh ihypMh dh mikf/k çnku dj nh xbZ gS

;k ihypMh esa ukekda

u gks x;k gks] tks dksl&Z

odZ vkSj ewY;kadu iwjk dj pqds gk]sa

;fn dkbs Z gks rks]s

vkSj ihypMh dh mikf/k çnku

djus ds lca /a k esa dsoy vf/klpw

uk tkjh dh xbZ gk]s

rks os Hkh ço’s k Lrj ij rhu xSj& fefJr osru of` ) ds ik= gkxsa ]s

pkg]s

ihypMh

dh mikf/k çnku djus okys fo’ofo|ky; dks vk;kxs
}kjk vHkh vf/klfw pr ugha fd;k x;k gSA

}kjk fofufn”Z V çfØ;k dk vuiq kyu djus ds fyy fo’ofo|ky; vunq

ku vk;ksx

v. vU; çR;sd ekeys ds lca /a k esa] os f’k{kd tks ihypMh esa igys ls gh ukekfa dr gS os ml fLFkfr esa Hkh ço’s k Lrj ij rhu xSj&

fefJr osru of` ) ds ik= gkxsa

s tc ihypMh çnku djus okys fo’ofo|ky; dks fo’ofo|ky; vunq

ku vk;kxs

}kjk dksl&Z

odZ ;k

eYw ;kadu ;k nkus

k]sa

tSlk Hkh ekeyk gk]s

ds lEcU/k esa ihypMh dh mikf/k çnku djus gsrq vk;kxs

}kjk fofufn”Z V çfØ;k dk vuiq kyu

djus ds fyy vf/klfw pr fd;k x;k gkAs
vi. ysls lsokjr f’k{kd ftudk vHkh ihypMh esa ukekda

u ugha gvq

k gS] dks ço’s k Lrj ij rhu xSj& fefJr osru of` ) dk ykHk rHkh

çkIr gkxs

k tc os lsok esa jgrs gyq

ihypMh dh mikf/k çkIr djsa vkSj mä ukekda

u ysls fo’ofo|ky; esa gkus

k pkfgy tks

fo’ofo|ky; vunq

ku vk;kxs

}kjk fofufn”Z V ukekda

u lfgr lEi.w kZ çfØ;k dk vuiq kyu djrk gkAs

vii. ysls f’k{kd] tks lsok ds nkSjku O;kolkf;d ikB;~ Øe esa yefQy mikf/k ;k LukrdkÙs kj mikf/k çkIr djrs gSa ftUgsa lca fa /kr

lkfa of/kd fudk;@ ifj”kn~ }kjk ekU;rk çkIr gk]s

Hkh dsoy ço’s k Lrj ij yd vfxez

osru of` ) ds ik= gkxsa As

viii. ysls lgk;d iqLrdk/;{[email protected] egkfo|ky; iqLrdk/;{k ftuds ikl ço’s k Lrj ij iqLrdky; foKku esa iqLrdky; foKku dh

fo/kk esa ysls fo’ofo|ky; ls ihypMh dh mikf/k izkIr dh gk]s

tks fo’ofo|ky; vuqnku vk;kxs

}kjk iqLrdky; foKku esa ih-yp-Mh-

inz

ku djus ds fyy ukekda

u] dksl&Z

od]Z

vkSj eYw ;kadu ds lEcU/k esa fofgr ifz Ø;k dk ikyu djrk gk]s

os ikpa

xSj& fefJr vfxez

osru of` ) ds ik= gkxsa As
ix. ¼d½ lgk;d iqLrdk/;{[email protected] egkfo|ky; iqLrdk/;{k tks lsokdky ds nkSjku dHkh Hkh iqLrdky; foKku esa ysls fo’ofo|ky; ls

tks ukekadu] dksl&Z

od]Z

vkSj eYw ;kda

u ds lca a/k eas fo’ofo|ky; vunq

ku vk;kxs

}kjk fofufn”Z V çfØ;k dk vuiq kyu djrk gk]s ls

ihypMh dh mikf/k çkIr djrs gSa os dsoy ço’s k Lrj ij ykxw of) esa rhu xSj& fefJr osru of ) ds ik= gkxsa As

¼[k½ rFkkfi] ysls f’k{kd] tks lgk;d iqLrdk/;{[email protected] egkfo|ky; iqLrdk/;{k ;k mPp inksa ij vklhu g]Sa

ftUgkusa

s bu fofu;eksa ds

ykxw gkus

s ls iwoZ iqLrdky; foKku esa ihypMh dh mikf/k çkIr dj yh gS ;k igys gh dkslZ odZ vkSj eYw ;kda

u] ;fn dkbs

Z gksa rk]s

iwjk dj fy;k gks vkSj bl lEcU/k esa dsoy vf/klpw

uk dh çrh{kk gk]s

os ykxs

Hkh dsoy ço’s k Lrj ij ykxw of` ) esa rhu xSj& fefJr

osru of` ) ds ik= gkxsa As

ix. lgk;d iqLrdk/;{[email protected] egkfo|ky; iqLrdk/;{k ;k mPp inksa ij vklhu vU; çR;ds

ekeys ds lac/a k e]sa

tks ihypMh esa igys ls

gh ukekfa dr gS] os ço’s k Lrj ij rhu xSj& fefJr osru of` ) ds ik= gkxsa s tc ihypMh çnku djus okys fo’ofo|ky; dks

fo’ofo|ky; vunq

ku vk;kxs

}kjk dksl&Z

odZ ;k eYw ;kadu ;k nksuk]sa

tSlk Hkh ekeyk gk]s

ds lEcU/k esa ihypMh dh mikf/k çnku djus

gsrq fo’ofo|ky; vuqnku vk;kxs }kjk fofufn”Z V çfØ;k dk vuiq kyu djus ds fyy vf/klfw pr fd;k x;k gkAs

46 THE GAZETTE OF INDIA : EXTRAORDINARY [PART III—SEC. 4]

x. vU; çR;sd ekeys ds lca /a k e]sa lgk;d iqLrdk/;{[email protected] egkfo|ky; iqLrdk/;{k vkSj mPp iqLrdky; inksa ij vklhu lsokjr
O;fDr] tks ihypMh esa igys ls gh ukekfa dr gS] dsoy ml fLFkfr esa ço’s k Lrj ij rhu xSj& fefJr osru of` ) ds ik= gkxsa s tc

ihypMh çnku djus okys fo’ofo|ky; dks fo’ofo|ky; vunq

ku vk;kxs

}kjk dksl&Z

odZ ;k eYw ;kadu ;k nkus

k]sa

tSlh Hkh fLFkfr gk]s

ds lEcU/k esa ihypMh dh mikf/k çnku djus gsrq vk;kxs gkAs

}kjk fofufn”Z V çfØ;k dk vuiq kyu djus ds fyy vf/klfw pr fd;k x;k

xi. ysls lgk;d iqLrdk/;{[email protected] egkfo|ky; iqLrdk/;{k ftuds ikl iqLrdky; foKku eas yefQy dh mikf/k g]S ds fyy ços’k Lrj

ij nks xSj& fefJr vfxez

osru of` ) Lohdk;Z gkxs

hA lgk;d iqLrdk/;{[email protected] egkfo|ky; iqLrdk/;{k vkSj tks mPp inksa ij vklhu

g]Sa tks lsok ds nkSjku fdlh Hkh le; iqLrdky; foKku esa yefQy dh mikf/k çkIr djrs gSa ds fyy ço’s k Lrj ij yd xSj& fefJr
vfxez osru of` ) Lohdk;Z gkxs hA

xii. ‘kkjhfjd f’k{kk vkSj [kys

dnw

lgk;d funs’[email protected] egkfo|ky; ‘kkjhfjd f’k{kk vkSj [kys

dnw

fun’s kd] ftuds ikl ço’s k Lrj ij

‘kkjhfjd f’k{[email protected] ‘kkjhfjd f’k{kk vkSj [kys

dnw

@ [kys

dnw

foKku esa ysls fo’ofo|ky; ls ihypMh dh mikf/k çkIr g]S

tks ‘kkjhfjd

f’k{[email protected] ‘kkjhfjd f’k{kk vkSj [kys

dnw

@ [kys

dnw

foKku esa ihypMh dh mikf/k ds fyy ukekda

u] dkslZ od]Z

vkSj eYw ;kda

u çfØ;k ds

lca /a k fo’ofo|ky; vuqnku vk;ksx }kjk fofufn”Z V çfØ;k dk vuqikyu djrk gk]s

ds fyy ikpa

xSj& fefJr vfxze osru of` )

Lohdk;Z gkxs hA

xiii. iwoxZ

keh [kMa

ksa esa fdlh ‘krZ ds ckotwn Hkh] tks igys ls gh bl fofu;e ;k iwoZ ;kts

[email protected]

fofu;ekas ds varxZr ços’k Lrj ij

;k lsok ds nkSjku [email protected] yefQy dh mikf/k ds vk/kkj ij vfxez

osru of` ) dk ykHk çkIr dj pdq

s gS]a

os bl fofu;e ds

varxZr vfxze osru of` ) ds ykHk ds ik= ugha gkxsa As

xiv. f’k{kd] iqLrdky; vkSj ‘kkjhfjd f’k{kk vkSj [kys

dwn laoxZ ftUgkusa

s lsok ds nkSjku igys gh [email protected] yefQy dh mikf/k

çkIr djus gsrq ekStnw k uhfr ds vuqlkj osru of) dk ykHk çkIr fd;k gS] mUgsa bu fofu;eksa ds varxZr vfxze osru of ) dk ykHk
çkIr ugha gkxs kA

xv. mu inksa ds fyy tgk¡ iwoZ ;kts

[email protected]

fofu;eksa ds varxZr ço’s k Lrj ij [email protected] yefQy dh mikf/k ds vk/kkj ij dkbs Z

osru of) Lohdk;Z ugha Fkh] ogka [email protected] yefQy dh mikf/k çkIr djus ij vfxez osru of ) dk ykHk dos y mu fu;qfä;ksa ds

fyy gkxs

k] tks bu fofu;eksa ds ykxw gkus

s ij ;k blds i’pkr~ dh xbZ gSAa

19-2 inkUssUss ufÙk
tc fdlh O;fä dh inksUufÙk gkxs

h] rks inkUs ufÙk ij mudk osru uhps fny xy i&s

efs VªDl vuqlkj fu/kkfZ jr fd;k tk;xs kA

inkUs ufr ij] f’k{kd ;k led{k in dks ml Lrj ij vxys mPprj çdk”s B esa çfo”V djds mlds ekStnw k osru ds vdknfed osru

Lrj esa dfYir osruof` ) dh tkyxh vkSj bl çdk”s B esa n’kk;Z

k x;k osru vc ml in ds vu:q

i uy ‘kS{kf.kd Lrj ij fu/kkfZ jr

gkxs k] tgka mls izkUs ur fd;k x;k gSA ;fn ml orus ds leku yd çdk”s B uy Lrj ij miyC/k gS] rks og çdk”s B u;k osru gkxs k]
vU;Fkk ml Lrj ij vxyk çdk”s B f’k{kd ;k led{k in dk u;k osru gkxs kA ;fn uy Lrj ij bl i)fr ls ifjdfyr osru uy
Lrj ds igys çdk”s B ls de gS] rks osru uy Lrj ds igys çdk”s B ij fu/kkfZ jr fd;k tkyxkA
19-3 HkÙkssss vkSSjSSj ykHk
I. f’k{kdksa vkSj iqLrdky; vkSj ‘kkjhfjd f’k{kk vkSj [kys dwn laoxZ gsrq vU; HkÙks vkSj ykHk] tSls fd x`guxj ;k=k fj;k;r]

NVq V~

h ;k=k fj;k;r] fo’k”s k {kfrifw rZ HkÙkk] larku f’k{kk HkÙkk] ifjogu HkÙkk] edku fdjk;k HkÙkk] xg`

fuek.Z k HkÙkk]

çfrfu;fq ä HkÙkk] ;k=k HkÙkk] egxa

kbZ HkÙkk] {ks=&vk/kkfjr fo’k”s k {kfrifw rZ HkÙkk vkfn] dssa

ljdkj ds depZ

kfj;ksa ds leku

gkxsa

s vkSj le;≤ ij Hkkjr ljdkj }kjk vf/klfw pr lxa

r fu;eksa }kjk ‘kkflr gkxsa As

II. dUs sh;@ jkT; ljdkj ds depZ

kfj;ksa ds fyy ykxw i’sa ku] minku] vuxq gz

jkf’k bR;kfn Hkh dsUsh;@ jkT; fo’ofo|ky;ksa

ds f’k{kdksa vkSj iqLrdky; vkSj ‘kkjhfjd f’k{kk vkSj [kys

dnw

laoxZ lca

) vkSj ?kVd egkfo|ky;ksa lfgr egkfo|ky;k]sa

tSlk Hkh ekeyk gk]s esa ykxw gkxsa As
III. fpfdRlk lca /a kh ykHk% f’k{kdksa vkSj iqLrdky; vkSj ‘kkjhfjd f’k{kk laoxZ ds fyy lHkh fpfdRlk ykHk dssa ljdkj ds

depZ

kfj;ksa ds fyy ykxw gkus

s okys ykHk ds leku gkxas As

blds vykok] f’k{kdksa vkSj iqLrdky; vkSj ‘kkjhfjd f’k{kk laoxZ

dks dssa

ljdkj LokLF; ;kts

uk ds rgr j[kk tk ldrk gS ;k dssa

@ jkT; fo’ofo|ky;[email protected]

egkfo|ky;ksa gsrq dssa

[email protected] lca fa /kr jkT; ljdkj dh LokLF; ;kts

uk] ds varxZr] tSlk Hkh ekeyk gk]s

ds rgr j[kk tk ldrk gSA

¹Hkkx IIIµ[k.M 4º Hkkjr dk jkti=k % vlk/kj.k 47
ifjf’k”V

ifjf’k”V& 2 vkdyu ekunMaaMaa vkSSjSSj i)fr
rkfydk 1 ls 3 & fo’ofo|ky;ksa vkSj egkfo|ky;ksa ds f’k{kdks gsrq
rkfydk 4 & lgk;d iqLrdk/;{k] mi&iqLrdk/;{k] iqLrdk/;{k vkfn
rkfydk 5 & lgk;d fun’s [email protected] mi fun’s [email protected] fun’s kd ‘kkjhfjd f’k{kk vkSj [kys dwn vkfnA
lta ho dqekj ukjk;.k] voj lfpo
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e esa

fo’ofo|ky;ksa vkSj egkfo|ky;ksa esa f’k{kdksa vkSj led{k laoxksaZ ds osru esa l’a kk/s ku dh ;kts ukA

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ubZ fnYyh& 110002

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2 dssa

ljdkj }kjk i.w kZ :i ls foÙkikfs “kr lHkh dssa

h; fo’ofo|ky;[email protected]

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10 lHkh jkT; ljdkjksa ds e[q ; lfpo

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is cSaM ¼#iy½ 15]600 ls 39]100 37]400 ls 67]000 67]000 ls
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ifjf’k”V& III rkfydk 1 vkSSjSSj i)fr

Øe laa[aa[;k fØ;kdyki xzzzzssfssfMaaxaax ekunaaMaaM
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vlarks”ktud & fdlh Hkh fØ;kdyki esa Hkkx ugha [email protected] dksbZ Hkh fØ;kdyki ugha djukA
ukVssVss %
¼[k½ egkfo|ky;@fo’ofo|ky; }kjk lkSaih xbZ ijh{kk vkSj ewY;kadu MîwVh vFkok ijh{kk i= ewY;kadu gsrq mifLFkr gksukA fØ;kdykiksa dh l[a ;k fØ;kdykiksa dh ogn Js.kh ds varxZr ;k lHkh Jfs .k;ksa dks feykdj gks ldrh gSA ¼x½ Nk=ksa ls lacaf/kr ikB~Øe ls tqM+h] foLrkj vkSj {ks= vk/kkfjr fØ;kdykiksa tSls fd fo|kFkhZ Dyc] dWfj;j ijke'kZ] v/;;u nkSjk] Nk= laxksf"B vkSj vU; fØ;kdyki] lkaL—frd] [ksydwn] yulhlh] yuylyl vkSj lekt lsokA ¼?k½laxksf"B;[email protected] [email protected] dk;Z'kkykya vU; egkfo|ky;@ fo'ofo|ky; laca/kh fØ;kdykiksa dk vk;kstu ¼³½ ihypMh Nk=ksa dks ekxZn'kZu iznku djus esa lfØ; Hkkxhnkjh ds lk{;A ¼p½ jk"Vªh; vkSj varjk"Vªh; ytsafl;ksa }kjk çk;ksftr y?kq vkSj cgn vuqla/kku ifj;kstukvksa dk vk;kstuA
¼N½ led{k O;fDr lehf{kr vFkok fo’ofo|ky; }kjk fu/kkZfjr lwph ds tuZy esa de ls de yd ydy ;k la;qä çdk’kuA
lexzzzz xfzzssfzzss Mxaaxaa %

cgssgss rj & f’k{k.k esa vPNk gS vkSj Øe l[a vFkok

;k 2 ij mfYyf[kr fØ;kdykiksa esa lark”s ktud ;k vPNk gSA

laaraark”ss”ss ktud & f’k{k.k esa lark”s ktud vkSj Øe l[a ;k 2 ij mfYyf[kr fØ;kdykiksa esa vPNk ;k lark”s ktudA
laaraark”ss”ss ktud ughaaaa gS& ;fn lexz xzsfMxa esa u rks vPNk gks vkSj u gh lark”s ktud gkAs

ukVssVss

% Øe l[a

;k 1 vkSj 2 esa fn;s xy fØ;kdykiksa dh xzfs Mxa

ds vkdyu ds ç;kstu gsr]q

yslh lHkh vof/k;k¡ tks f’k{kdksa }kjk ekrR` o

vodk’k] cky ifjp;kZ vodk’k] v/;;u N7q

h] fpfdRlk N7q

h tSlh fofHkUu çdkj dh oSrfud Nfq 7;ksa ij O;rhr dh xbZ gSa vkSj

xfzs Mxa vkdyu esa ls çfrfu;qfä dks ‘kkfey ugha fd;k tkyxkA f’k{kd dk ‘k”s k vof/k ds fyy vkdyu fd;k tkyxk vkSj f’k{kd dh

xfzs Mxa

djuss ds fyy vkdyu dh lEi.w kZ vof/k esa ls bu vof/k;ksa dks gVk fn;k tkyxkA mijkäs

of.kZr yslh Nfq 7;[email protected]

çfrfu;fq ä ds

dkj.k f’k{kd dks lhyyl ds varxZr izkUs ufr esa f’k{k.k nkf;Roksa ls mudh vuiq fLFkfr ds dkj.k dkbs Z udq

lku ugha gkxs

k c’krsZ yslh

Nfq 7;k¡@ çfrfu;fq ä bu fofu;eksa esa fu/kkfZ jr lHkh çfØ;kvksa dk vuiq kyu djds l{ke çkf/kdkfj;ksa ds iwo&Z

vueq

kns

u ls vkSj eyw

laLFkku ds vf/kfu;ek]sa lfa of/k;ksa vkSj v/;kn’s kkas ds vuqlkj yh xbZ gkAsa

50 THE GAZETTE OF INDIA : EXTRAORDINARY [PART III—SEC. 4]

rkfydk& 2 ‘kSS{SS{[email protected] ‘kk/ss/ss k vdaadaa

dh x.kuk gsrsrsrsrqqqq fo’ofo|ky; vkSSjSSj egkfo|ky; dssss f’k{kdksasasasa dssss fyy dk;çZZçZZ .kkyh

¼vkdyu f’k{kdksa }kjk çLrqr lk{;ksa ij vk/kkfjr gkus

k pkfgy] tSl%s

çdk’kuksa dh çfr] ifj;kts

uk Loh—fr i=] fo’ofo|ky; }kjk tkjh

mi;kxs

rFkk i.w kZrk çek.k i=] iVs

Vsa

ntZ djkus lca /a kh vfHkLoh—fr vkSj Loh—fr i=] fo|kfFk;Z

ksa dks ihypMh mikf/k çnku fdy tkus

lca /a kh i= bR;kfnA½
Øe l-aa-aa ‘kSS{SS{kf.kd / ‘kk/ss/ss k fØ;kdyki [email protected] vfHk;kfaafaa [email protected] — f”[email protected]@ i’k&qq&qq fpfdRlk foKku ldaadaa k; Hkk”[email protected] [email protected]@
lkekftd [email protected] iqqLqqLrdky;@f’k{[email protected] ‘kkjhfjd f’k{[email protected] okf.kT; @ çc/aa/aa ku rFkk
vU; lcaacaa faafaa /kr fo/kkyaaaa
1 led{k O;fDr lehf{kr vFkok fo’ofo|ky; vunqqnqq ku vk;kxssxss
}kjk lpwwpww hc) i=kssaassaa essaassaa ‘kk/ss/ss k i= 08 çfr i= 10 çfr i=
2 çdk’ku ¼’kk/ss/ss k i=kssaasasa dssss vfrfjä ½
¼d½ fy[kh xbZZZZ iqqLqqLrd]ssaa]ssaa ftUgssaassaa fuEuor dssss }kjk çdkf’kr fd;k x;k %
varjk”Z Vªh; çdk’kd 12 12
jk”Vªh; çdk’kd 10 10
lia kfnr iqLrd esa v/;k; 05 05
varjk”Z Vªh; çdk’kd }kjk iqLrd dk lia knd 10 10
jk”Vªh; çdk’kd }kjk iqLrd dk lia knd 08 08

¼[k½  ;kXssXss ;  ldaadaa  k;  }kjk  Hkkjrh;  vkSSjSSj  fon'ss'ss kh  Hkk"kkvkssaassaa  essaassaa

vuqqoqqokn dk;ZZZZ
v/;k; vFkok ‘kk/s k i= 03 03
iqLrd 08 08
3 vkbZlZlZlZlhVh dssss ek/;e lssss f’k{k.k Kku& vtuZZuZZ ] f’k{k.k ‘kkL= vkSSjSSj fo”k;oLrqqqq dk ltt u rFkk uy vkSSjSSj uokUssUss e”ss”ss kh ikBîØeksasasasa
vkSSjSSj ikBîp;kZZZZ dk fodkl
¼d½ uokUssUss e”ss”ss kh v/;kiu dk fodkl 05 05
¼[k½ ubZZZZ ikBîp;kZZZZ vkSSjSSj ikBîØekssaaassa dkssss rSS;SS;kj djuk 02 çfr ikBîp;[email protected] ikBîØe 02 çfr ikBîp;[email protected] ikBîØe
¼x½ yevkvssvss ksslsslh
pkj prFq kk’Za k esa i.w kZ yevkvs kslh dk fodkl ¼4 Øfs MV ikBîØe½ ¼de Øfs MV ds yevksvkslh ds ekeys esa 05
vda @ Øfs MV½ 20 20
çfr e‚Mî[email protected];k[;ku
fodflr½ yevkvs kslh ¼pkj prFq kk’Za k esa 05 05
fo”k;oLrq y[s [email protected] yevkvs kslh ds çR;ds e‚Mîyw gsrq
fo”k;oLrq fo’k”s kK ¼de ls de yd prFq kk’Za k½ 02 02
yevkvs kslh gsrq ikBîØe leUo;d ¼4 Øfs MV ikBîØe½
¼de Øfs MV ds yevkvs kslh ds ekeys esa 02 vda @Øfs MV½ 08 08
¼?k½ b&ZZ&ZZ fo”k;oLrqqqq
i.w kZ ikBîØe @ b&Z iqLrd gsrq pkj prFq kk’Za kksa esa b&Z
fo”k;oLrq dk fodkl 12 12
çfr e‚Mîyw b&Z fo”k;oLrq ¼pkj prFq kk’Za k esa fodflr½ 05 05
lexz ikBîØ[email protected] [email protected] b&Z iqLrd esa b&Z fo”k;oLrq
e‚Mîyw ds fodkl esa ;kxs nku ¼de ls de yd prFq kk’Za k½ 02 02

¹Hkkx IIIµ[k.M 4º Hkkjr dk jkti=k % vlk/kj.k 51

lgdehZ }kjk lehf{kr vFkok fo’ofo|ky; vunq okys çHkko dkjd½ %

ku vk;kxs

}kjk lpw

hc) tuyZ

¼Fk‚elu j‚;VlZ dh lpw

h ds vuqlkj fu/kkfZ jr fdy tkus

i. çHkko dkjd jfgr lna

fHkZr tuyZ

esa izdkf’kr i= & 5 vda

ii. 1 ls de çHkko dkjd okys i= & 10 vda
iii. 1 vkSj 2 ds chp çHkko dkjd okys i= & 15 vda
iv. 2 vkSj 5 ds chp çHkko dkjd okys i= & 20 vda
v. 5 vkSj 10 ds chp çHkko dkjd okys i= & 25 vda
vi. 10 ls vf/kd çHkko dkjd okys i= & 30 vda

¼d½ nks ys[kd % çR;ds

y[s

kd gsrq çdk’ku ds dyq

eku dk 70 ifz r’kr

52 THE GAZETTE OF INDIA : EXTRAORDINARY [PART III—SEC. 4]

¼[k½ nks ls vf/kd y[s

kd % çFke @eyw

@laoknh y[s

kd grs

q çdk’ku ds dyq

eku dk 70 ifz r’kr vkSj çR;sd l;a äq

y[s

kdksa gsrq çdk’ku

ds dyq eku dk 30 ifz r’kr

l;a äq

ifj;kstukya % eyw

‘kk/s kdrkZ vkSj lg& ‘kk/s kdrkZ esa ls çR;ds

dks 50 ifz r’kr çkIr gkxs k

ukVs %
• ;fn lia kfnr iqLrd vFkok dk;Zokfg;ksa dk Hkkx ds :i esa i= çLrqr fd;k tkrk gS rks bl ij yd ckj gh nkok fd;k tk ldrk gSA

• ‘kk/s k fo|kfFk;Z

ksa ds l;a äq

i;Zo{s k.k ds fyy i;Zo{s kd vkSj lg i;Zo{s kd gsrq lw=] dyq

izkIrkad dk 70 ifz r’kr gkxs

kA i;Zo{s kd

vkSj lg& i;Zo{s kd nkus

ksa esa ls çR;ds

dks 7 vda

feyxsa As

• * f’k{kd ds ‘kk/s k vda

ksa dh x.kuk djus ds ç;kstukFkZ 5¼[k½] uhfrxr nLrkost vkSj 6 dh Jfs .k;ksa ls l;a äq

‘kk/s k vad] vkefa =r

O;k[;krk @lalk/kd @i= çLrqrhdj.k lca fa /kr f’k{kd ds dyq

‘kk/s k vda

ksa ds fyy vf/kdre 30 ifz r’kr dh Åijh lhek gkxs hA

• ‘kk/s k izkIrkda rkfydk 3 d

6 Jfs .k;ksa esa ls de ls de rhu Jfs .k;ksa ls gkxsa As

fo’ofo|ky;ksasasasa esasasasa lgk;d vkpk;ksaZsaZsaZsaZ dssss in gsrsrsrsrqqqq lk{kkRdkj dssss fyy vH;fFk;ZZ;ZZ ksasasasa dssss p;u lcaacaa /aa/aa kh ekunMaaMaa
Øe
l[aa[aa ;k ‘kSS{SS{kf.kd fjd‚MZZZZ izzkzzkIrkdaadaa
1 Lukrd 80 ifz r’kr vkSj mlls vf/kd¾15 60 ifz r’kr ls ysdj 80 çfr’kr ls de¾ 13 55 ifz r’kr ls yds j 60
çfr’kr ls de
¾ 10 45 ifz r’kr ls yds j 55
çfr’kr ls de
¾05
2 LukrdkÙssÙss kj 80 çfr’kr vkSj mlls vf/kd ¾25 60 çfr’kr ls yds j
80 çfr’kr ls de rd¾ 23 55 çfr’kr yds j ¼vuqlfw pr tkfr] vuqlfw pr tutkfr] vU; fiNM+k oxZ ds ekeys esa 50 çfr’kr ¼vlia Uu ox½Z @ ‘kkjhfjd :i ls fu’kDr½ ls 60
çfr’kr ls de ¾ 20
3 yefQy 60 çfr’kr vkSj mlls
vf/kd ¾ 07 55 çfr’kr ls yds j 60 çfr’kr ls de ¾ 05
4 ihypMh 30
5 uVssVss lfgr tvssvss kjyQ 07
uVssVss 05
ylyybVZZVZZ h @ ylbVZZVZZ h 03
6 ‘kk/ss/ss k çdk’ku ¼lgdehZZZZ }kjk lehf{kr vFkok fo’ofo|ky; vunqqnqq ku vk;kxssxss }kjk lpwwpww hc) tuyZZyZZ essaassaa çdkf’kr çR;dssdss ‘kk/ss/ss k çdk’ku gssrssrqqqq 2
vdaadaa ½ 10
7 f’k{[email protected] ikssLssLV M‚DVkssjssjy vuHqqHqq ko ¼çR;dssdss yd
o”kZZZZ dssss fyy 2 vdaadaa ½ # 10
8 iqqjqqjLdkj
varjk”Z Vªh;@ jk”Vªh; Lrj ¼varjjk”Vªh; lxa [email protected] Hkkjr [email protected] Hkkjr ljdkj }kjk ekU;rk çkIr jk”Vªh; Lrj ds fudk;ksa }kjk fny
xy iqjLdkj½ 03
jkT; Lrjh; ¼jkT; ljdkj }kjk fny xy
iqjLdkj½ 02

rFkkfi] ;fn f’k{[email protected] ikssLssLV M‚DVkssjssjy vuHqqHqq ko dh vof/k yd o”kZZZZ lssss de gSSSS rkssss vdaadaa kassaassa dkssss vuiqqiqq kfrd :i lssss ?kVk fn;k tkyxkA

ukVssVss %
¼d½
i. yefQy $ ihypMh vf/kdre & 30 vda

¹Hkkx IIIµ[k.M 4º Hkkjr dk jkti=k % vlk/kj.k 53

ii. tvs

[email protected] [email protected] lVs

vf/kdre & 07 vda

iii. vokMZ dh J.s kh esa vf/kdre & 03 vda

¼[k½ lk{kkRdkj ds fyy cyq
¼x½

ky tkus okys vH;fFk;Z

ksa dh l[a

;k lca fa /kr fo’ofo|ky;ksa }kjk fu/kkfZ jr dh tkyxhA

‘kS{kf.kd izkIrkdaa & 80
‘kk/s k çdk’ku & 10
f’k{k.k vuHq ko & 10
dyqqyqq % 100

¼?k½ ;g vda

lca fa /kr jkT;ksa ds ylyybVZ

[email protected] lVs

fo’ofo|ky;[email protected]

egkfo|ky;[email protected]

laLFkkvksa esa fu;fq ä ds fyy oS/k gkxsa As

rkfydk 3 ¼[k½
egkfo|ky;kssaasasa essaasasa lgk;d vkpk;ZZZZ dssss in gssrsrsrqqqq lk{kkRdkj dssss fyy vH;fFk;ZZ;ZZ

kssaasasa dssss p;u lcaacaa /aa/aa kh ekunMaaMaa

Øe l[aa[aa ;k ‘kSS{SS{kf.kd fjd‚MZZZZ izzkzzkIrkdaadaa
1 Lukrd 80 ifz r’kr vkSj vf/kd ¾ 21 mlls 60 ifz r’kr ls vf/kd vkSj 80 çfr’kr ls de
¾ 19 55 ifz r’kr ls vf/kd vkSj 60 çfr’kr ls
de ¾ 16 45 ifz r’kr ls vf/kd
vkSj 55 çfr’kr ls de ¾ 10
2 LukrdkÙssÙss kj 80 ifz r’kr vkSj vf/kd ¾ 25 mlls 60 ifz r’kr ls vf/kd vkSj 80 çfr’kr ls de
¾23 55 ifz r’kr ¼vuqlfw pr tkfr] vuqlfw pr tutkfr] vU; fiNM+k oxZ ¼vlia Uu ox½Z @ ‘kkjhfjd :i ls fu’kDr vH;fFk;Z ksa ds ekeys esa 50 ifz r’kr½ ls vf/kd vkSj 60 ifz r’kr ls de ¾ 20
3 yefQy 60 ifz r’kr vkSj vf/kd¾ 07 mlls 55 ifz r’kr ls vf/kd vkSj 60 çfr’kr ls de ¾ 05
4 ihypMh 25
5 tvssvss kjyQ lfgr uVssVss 10
uVssVss 08
ylyybVZZVZZ [email protected] lVssVss 05
6 ‘kk/ss/ss k çdk’ku ¼lgdehZZZZ }kjk lehf{kr vFkok fo’ofo|ky; vunqqnqq ku vk;kxssxss }kjk lpwwpww hc) tuyZZyZZ essaassaa çdkf’kr çR;dssdss ‘kk/ss/ss k çdk’ku gssrssrqqqq 2 vdaadaa ½ 06
7 f’k{[email protected] ikssLssLV M‚DVkssjssjy vuHqqHqq ko ¼çR;dssdss yd o”kZZZZ dssss fyy 2 vdaadaa ½ # 10
8 iqqjqqjLdkj
varjk”Z Vªh;@ jk”Vªh; Lrj ¼varjjk”Vªh; lxa [email protected] Hkkjr [email protected] Hkkjr ljdkj }kjk ekU;rk çkIr jk”Vªh; Lrj ds fudk;ksa }kjk fny xy iqjLdkj½ 03
jkT; Lrjh; ¼jkT; ljdkj }kjk fny xy iqjLdkj½ 02

rFkkfi ;fn f’k{[email protected] iksLsLsLsLV M‚DVksjsjsjsjy vuHqqHqq ko dh vof/k yd o”kZZZZ lssss de gSSSS rkssss vdaadaa kasasasas dkssss vuiqqiqq kfrd :i lssss ?kVk fn;k tkyxkA

54 THE GAZETTE OF INDIA : EXTRAORDINARY [PART III—SEC. 4]
ukVssVss %
¼d½
i. yefQy $ ihypMh vf/kdre & 25 vda

ii. tvs

[email protected] [email protected] lVs

vf/kdre & 10 vda

iii. vokMZ dh J.s kh esa vf/kdre & 03 vda

¼[k½ lk{kkRdkj ds fyy cyq
¼x½

ky tkus okys vH;fFk;Z

ksa dh l[a

;k lca fa /kr fo’ofo|ky;ksa }kjk fu/kkfZ jr dh tkyxhA

‘kS{kf.kd izkIrkdaa & 84
‘kk/s k çdk’ku & 06
f’k{k.k vuHq ko & 10
dyqqyqq % 100

¼?k½ ylyybVZ
rkfydk 4

[email protected] lVs

izkIrkdaa

dsoy lca fa /kr jkT;ksa ds fo’ofo|ky;[email protected]

egkfo|ky;[email protected]

laLFkkvksa esa fu;fq ä ds fyy oS/k gkxsa As

iqqLqqLrdk/;{k gssrssrqqqq vkdyu ekunMaaMaa vkSSjSSj i)fr
Øe l[aa[aa ;k fØ;kdyki xfzzssfzszs Mxaaxaa ekunMaaMaa
1 iqLrdky; esa mifLFkr gkus s dh fu;ferrk ¼mifLFkr gkus s ds fyy vifs {kr fnuksa dh dqy l[a ;k dh ryq uk esa mifLFkr fnuksa ds çfr’kr ds lanHkZ esa x.kuk½ 90 ifz r’kr vkSj mlls vf/kd & vPNk
90 ifz r’kr ls de yfs du 80 ifz r’kr vkSj mlls vf/kd
– lark”s ktud
iqLrdky; esa mifLFkr gkus s ds le; O;fä ls vU; ckrksa ds lkFk&lkFk fuEufyf[kr dk;Z djus dh vk’kk
dh tkrh gS % 80 ifz r’kr ls de & vlark”s ktud
• iqLrdky; lalk/kuksa vkSj lxa Bu rFkk iqLrdk]sa
tuZyksa vkSj fjikVs ksaZ dk j[kj[kko
• iqLrdky; ikBd lsok tSls ‘kk/s kdrkvZ ksa ls lkfgR; çkfIr lsokvksa vkSj fjikVs Z ds fo’y”s k.k
dk çko/kku
• laLFkkxr ocs lkbV dks v|ru djus esa lgk;rk
2 iqLrdky; dk;Zdyki ls lca fa /kr vFkok fof’k”V iqLrd vFkok iqLrdksa dh ‘kSyh ds lca /a k esa lxa kfs “B;[email protected] dk;’Z kkykvksa dk vk;kstu vPNk & 1 jk”Vªh; Lrj dh laxk”s [email protected] dk;’Z kkyk $ 1 jkT;@ laLFkk Lrj dh dk;’Z [email protected] lxa k”s Bh
lark”s ktud & 1 jk”Vªh; Lrj dh lxa k”s [email protected] dk;’Z kkyk vFkok 1 jkT; Lrj dh lxa k”s [email protected] dk;’Z kkyk $ 1 laLFkk Lrjh; laxk”s [email protected] dk;’Z kkyk vFkok 4 laLFkk Lrjh;
lxa k”s [email protected] dk;’Z kkyk
vlark”s ktud & mi;äqZ nkus ksa Jfs .k;ksa ds varxZr ugha vkus okys
3 ;fn iqLrdky; esa dIa ;Vw jh—r MkWVkcsl gS rks
vFkok vPNk & dIa ;Vw jh—r MkWVkcsl esa ‘krçfr’kr okLrfod iqLrdsa vkSj tuZy
;fn iqLrdky; esa dIa ;Vw jh—r MkWVkcsl ugha gS lark”s ktud & dIa ;Vw jh—r MkWVkcsl esa de ls de 99
ifz r’kr okLrfod iqLrdsa vkSj tuZy
vlark”s ktud & vPNk vFkok lark”s ktud Js.kh ds varxZr
ugha vkus okys
vFkok
vPNk & v|ru fd;k x;k 100 çfr’kr dSVy‚x MkWVkcsl

¹Hkkx IIIµ[k.M 4º Hkkjr dk jkti=k % vlk/kj.k 55

rkfydk 5
‘kkjhfjd f’k{kk vkSSjSSj [kyssyss

dnwwnww

fun’ss’ss kdkssaassaa gssrssrqqqq vkdyu ekunMaaMaa

vkSSjSSj i)fr

Øe l[aa[aa ;k fØ;kdyki xfzzssfzzss Mxaaxaa ekunMaaMaa
1 mifLFkfr dks ftrus fnuksa rd egkfo|ky; esa mifLFkr gyq gSa dh rqyuk eas ftrus fnu muls mifLFkr jgus dh vk’kk dh tkrh gS ds lna HkZ esa ifz r’kr esa ifjdyu fd;k tkrk gSA 90 vkSj mlls vf/kd & vPNk
80 ls vf/kd yfs du 90 ls de & lark”s ktud 80 ls de & vlark”s ktud

56 THE GAZETTE OF INDIA : EXTRAORDINARY [PART III—SEC. 4]

2 varegZ kfo|ky;h çfrLi/kkvZ ksa dk vk;kts u vPNk & 5 ls vf/kd fo/kkvksa esa varegZ kfo|ky;h çfrLi/kkyZ Aa
lark”s ktud & 3 ls 5 fo/kkvksa esa varegZ kfo|ky;h çfrLi/kkyZ Aa
vlark”s ktud & u gh vPNk vkSj u gh lark”s ktud
3 ckâ; çfrLi/kkvZ ksa esa laLFkku dh Hkkxhnkjh vPNk & de ls de yd fo/kk esa jk”Vªh; Lrj dh çfrLi/kkZ vkSj de ls de rhu fo/kkvksa esa jkT; @ ftyk Lrj dh çfrLi/kkZ
lark”s ktud & de ls de yd fo/kk esa jkT; Lrj dh çfrLi/kkZ vkSj de ls de rhu fo/kkvksa esa ftyk Lrjh; çfrLi/kkZ vFkok de ls de 5 fo/kkvksa esa ftyk Lrjh; çfrLi/kkZ
vlark”s ktud & u rks vPNk vkSj u gh lark”s ktud
4 oSKkfud vkSj çkS|kfs xdh; vkxrksa ds lkFk [kys dnw vkSj ‘kkjhfjd çf’k{k.k volajpuk dk mUu;uA
[kys dnw ds eSnkuksa vkSj [kys dwn rFkk ‘kkjhfjd f’k{kk lfq o/kkvksa dk fodkl vkSj j[kj[kko A [email protected] lark”s [email protected] vlark”s ktud dk vkdyu izkUs ufr lfefr }kjk fd;k tkyxkA
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UNIVERSITY GRANTS COMMISSION NOTIFICATION
New Delhi, the 18th July, 2018
UGC REGULATIONS ON MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS FOR APPOINTMENT OF TEACHERS AND OTHER ACADEMIC STAFF IN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES AND MEASURES FOR THE MAINTENANCE OF STANDARDS IN HIGHER EDUCATION, 2018
No. F.1-2/2017(EC/PS).—In exercise of the powers conferred under clause (e) and (g) of sub-section(I) of Section 26 read with Section 14 of the University Grants Commission Act, 1956 (3 of 1956), and in supersession of the “UGC Regulations on Minimum qualifications for Appointment of Teachers and other Academic Staff in Universities and Colleges and Measures for the Maintenance of Standards in Higher Education 2010” (Regulation No.F.3-1/2009 dated 30th June, 2010) together with all amendments made therein from time to time, the University Grants Commission, hereby, frames the following Regulations, namely:-

  1. Short title, application and commencement:
    1.1 These Regulations may be called the University Grants Commission (Minimum Qualifications for Appointment of Teachers and other Academic Staff in Universities and Colleges and other Measures for the Maintenance of Standards in Higher Education) Regulations, 2018.
    1.2 These shall apply to every University established or incorporated by or under a Central Act, Provincial Act or a State Act, every Institution including a Constituent or an affiliated College recognized by the Commission, in consultation with the University concerned under Clause (i) of Section 2 of the University Grants Commission Act, 1956 and every Institution deemed to be a University under Section 3 of the said Act.
    1.3 These shall come into force from the date of notification.
  2. The Minimum Qualifications for appointment and other service conditions of University and College teachers, Librarians, and Directors of Physical Education and Sports as a measure for the maintenance of standards in higher education, shall be as provided in the Annexure to these Regulations.
  3. If any University contravenes the provisions of these Regulations, the Commission after taking into consideration the cause, if any, shown by the University for such failure or contravention, may withhold from the University, the grants proposed to be made out of the Fund of the Commission.
    UGC REGULATIONS ON MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS FOR APPOINTMENT OF TEACHERS AND OTHER ACADEMIC STAFF IN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES AND OTHER MEASURES FOR THE MAINTENANCE OF STANDARDS IN HIGHER EDUCATION, 2018

Minimum qualifications for the posts of Senior Professor, Professors and Teachers, and other Academic Staff in Universities and Colleges and revision of pay scales and other Service Conditions pertaining to such posts.
1.0 Coverage
These Regulations are issued for minimum qualifications for appointment and other service conditions of University and College teachers and cadres of Librarians, Directors of Physical Education and Sports for maintenance of standards in higher education and revision of pay-scales.
1.1 For the purposes of direct recruitment to teaching posts in disciplines relating to university and collegiate education, interalia in the fields of health, medicine, special education, agriculture, veterinary and allied fields, technical education, teacher education, norms or standards laid down by authorities established by the relevant Act of Parliament under article 246 of the Constitution for the purpose of co-ordination and determination of standards in institutions for higher education or research and scientific and technical institutions, shall prevail
i. Provided that where no such norms and standards have been laid down by any regulatory authority, UGC Regulations herein shall be applicable till such time as any norms or standards are prescribed by the appropriate regulatory authority.
ii. Provided further that for appointment to the post of Assistant Professor and equivalent positions pertaining to disciplines in which the National Eligibility Test (NET), conducted by the University Grants Commission or Council of Scientific and Industrial Research as the case may be, or State level

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Eligibility Test (SLET) or the State Eligibility Test (SET),conducted by bodies accredited by the UGC for the said purpose, qualifying in NET/SLET/SET shall be an additional requirement.
1.2 Every university or institution deemed to be University, as the case may be, shall as soon as may be, but not later than within six months of the coming into force of these Regulations, take effective steps for the amendment of the statutes, ordinances or other statutory provisions governing it, so as to bring the same in accordance with these Regulations.
2.0 Pay Scales, Pay Fixation, and Age of Superannuation
Pay scales as notified by the Government of India from time to time will be adopted by the University Grants Commission.
2.1 Subject to the availability of vacant positions and fitness, teachers such as Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, Professor and Senior Professor only, may be re-employed on contract appointment beyond the age of superannuation, as applicable to the concerned University, college and Institution, up to the age of seventy years.
Provided further that all such re-employment shall be strictly in accordance with the guidelines prescribed by the UGC, from time to time.
2.2 The date of implementation of the revision of pay shall be 1st January, 2016.
3.0 Recruitment and Qualifications
3.1 The direct recruitment to the posts of Assistant Professor, Associate Professor and Professor in the Universities and Colleges, and Senior Professor in the Universities, shall be on the basis of merit through an all-India advertisement, followed by selection by a duly-constituted Selection Committee as per the provisions made under these Regulations. These provisions shall be incorporated in the Statutes/Ordinances of the university concerned. The composition of such a committee shall be as specified in these Regulations.
3.2 The minimum qualifications required for the post of Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, Professor, Senior Professor, Principal, Assistant Librarian, Deputy Librarian, Librarian, Assistant Director of Physical Education and Sports, Deputy Director of Physical Education and Sports and Director of Physical Education and Sports, shall be as specified by the UGC in these Regulations.
3.3
I. The National Eligibility Test (NET) or an accredited test (State Level Eligibility Test SLET/SET) shall remain the minimum eligibility for appointment of Assistant Professor and equivalent positions wherever provided in these Regulations. Further, SLET/SET shall be valid as the minimum eligibility for direct recruitment to Universities/Colleges/Institutions in the respective state only:
Provided that candidates who have been awarded a Ph.D. Degree in accordance with the University Grants Commission (Minimum Standards and Procedure for Award of M.Phil./Ph.D. Degree) Regulation, 2009, or the University Grants Commission (Minimum Standards and Procedure for Award of M.Phil/Ph.D. Degree) Regulation,2016, and their subsequent amendments from time to time, as the case may be, shall be exempted from the requirement of the minimum eligibility condition of NET/SLET/SET for recruitment and appointment of Assistant Professor or any equivalent position in any University, College or Institution.
Provided further that the award of degree to candidates registered for the M.Phil/Ph.D.programme prior to July 11, 2009, shall be governed by the provisions of the then existing Ordinances / Bye-laws / Regulations of the Institutions awarding the degree. All such Ph.D. candidates shall be exempted from the requirement of NET/SLET/SET for recruitment and appointment of Assistant Professor or equivalent positions in Universities/Colleges/Institutions subject to the fulfillment of the following conditions:
a) The Ph.D. degree of the candidate has been awarded in regular mode only;
b) The Ph.D. thesis has been awarded by at least two external examiners;
c) An open Ph.D. viva voce of the candidate has been conducted;
d) The candidate has published two research papers from his/her Ph.D. work out of which at least one is in a refereed journal;
e) The candidate has presented at least two papers, based on his/her Ph.D. work in conferences/seminars sponsored/funded/supported by the UGC/ ICSSR/CSIR or any similar agency.

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The fulfilment of these conditions is to be certified by the Registrar or the Dean (Academic Affairs) of the University concerned.
II. The clearing of NET/SLET/SET shall not be required for candidates in such disciplines for which NET/SLET/SET has not been conducted.
3.4 A minimum of 55% marks (or an equivalent grade in a point-scale, wherever the grading system is followed) at the Master‘s level shall be the essential qualification for direct recruitment of teachers and other equivalent cadres at any level.
I. A relaxation of 5% shall be allowed at the Bachelor’s as well as at the Master‘s level for the candidates belonging to Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribe/Other Backward Classes (OBC)(Non-creamy Layer)/Differently- abled ((a) Blindness and low vision; (b) Deaf and Hard of Hearing; (c) Locomotor disability including cerebral palsy, leprosy cured, dwarfism, acid-attack victims and muscular dystrophy; (d) Autism, intellectual disability, specific learning disability and mental illness; (e) Multiple disabilities from amongst persons under (a) to (d) including deaf-blindness) for the purpose of eligibility and assessing good academic record for direct recruitment. The eligibility marks of 55% marks (or an equivalent grade in a point scale wherever the grading system is followed) and the relaxation of 5% to the categories mentioned above are permissible, based only on the qualifying marks without including any grace mark procedure.
3.5. A relaxation of 5% shall be provided, (from 55% to 50% of the marks) to the Ph.D. Degree holders who have obtained their Master‘s Degree prior to19 September, 1991.
3.6 A relevant grade which is regarded as equivalent of 55%, wherever the grading system is followed by a recognized university, at the Master‘s level shall also be considered valid.
3.7 The Ph.D. Degree shall be a mandatory qualification for appointment and promotion to the post of Professor.
3.8 The Ph.D. Degree shall be a mandatory qualification for appointment and promotion to the post of Associate Professor.
3.9 The Ph.D. Degree shall be a mandatory qualification for promotion to the post of Assistant Professor (Selection Grade/Academic Level 12) in Universities.
3.10 The Ph.D. Degree shall be a mandatory qualification for direct recruitment to the post of Assistant Professor in Universities with effect from 01.07.2021.
3.11 The time taken by candidates to acquire M.Phil. and / or Ph.D. Degree shall not be considered as teaching/ research experience to be claimed for appointment to the teaching positions. Further the period of active service spent on pursuing Research Degree simultaneously with teaching assignment without taking any kind of leave, shall be counted as teaching experience for the purpose of direct recruitment/ promotion. Regular faculty members upto twenty per cent of the total faculty strength (excluding faculty on medical / maternity leave) shall be allowed by their respective institutions to take study leave for pursuing Ph.D. degree.
3.12 Qualifications:
No person shall be appointed to the post of University and College teacher, Librarian or Director of Physical Education and Sports, in any university or in any of institutions including constituent or affiliated colleges recognised under clause (f) of Section 2 of the University Grants commission Act, 1956 or in an institution deemed to be a University under Section 3 of the said Act if such person does not fulfil the requirements as to the qualifications for the appropriate post as provided in the Schedule 1 of these Regulations.
4.0 Direct Recruitment
4.1 For the Disciplines of Arts, Commerce, Humanities, Education, Law, Social Sciences, Sciences, Languages, Library Science, Physical Education, and Journalism & Mass Communication.
I. Assistant Professor: Eligibility (A or B) :
A.
i) A Master‘s degree with 55% marks (or an equivalent grade in a point-scale wherever the grading system is followed) in a concerned/relevant/allied subject from an Indian University, or an equivalent degree from an accredited foreign university.

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ii) Besides fulfilling the above qualifications, the candidate must have cleared the National Eligibility Test (NET) conducted by the UGC or the CSIR, or a similar test accredited by the UGC, like SLET/SET or who are or have been awarded a Ph. D. Degree in accordance with the University Grants Commission (Minimum Standards and Procedure for Award of M.Phil./Ph.D. Degree) Regulations, 2009 or 2016 and their amendments from time to time as the case may be exempted from NET/SLET/SET :
Provided, the candidates registered for the Ph.D. programme prior to July 11, 2009, shall be governed by the provisions of the then existing Ordinances/Bye-laws/Regulations of the Institution awarding the degree and such Ph.D. candidates shall be exempted from the requirement of NET/SLET/SET for recruitment and appointment of Assistant Professor or equivalent positions in Universities/Colleges/Institutions subject to the fulfillment of the following conditions :-
a) The Ph.D. degree of the candidate has been awarded in a regular mode;
b) The Ph.D. thesis has been evaluated by at least two external examiners;
c) An open Ph.D. viva voce of the candidate has been conducted;
d) The Candidate has published two research papers from his/her Ph.D. work, out of which at least one is in a refereed journal;
e) The candidate has presented at least two papers based on his/her Ph.D work in conferences/seminars sponsored/funded/supported by the UGC / ICSSR/ CSIR or any similar agency.
The fulfilment of these conditions is to be certified by the Registrar or the Dean (Academic Affairs) of the University concerned.
Note: NET/SLET/SET shall also not be required for such Masters Programmes in disciplines for which NET/SLET/SET is not conducted by the UGC, CSIR or similar test accredited by the UGC, like SLET/SET.
OR
B. The Ph.D degree has been obtained from a foreign university/institution with a ranking among top 500 in the World University Ranking (at any time) by any one of the following: (i) Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) (ii) the Times Higher Education (THE) or (iii) the Academic Ranking of World Universities (ARWU) of the Shanghai Jiao Tong University (Shanghai).
Note:The Academic score as specified in Appendix II (Table 3A) for Universities, and Appendix II (Table 3B) for Colleges, shall be considered for short-listing of the candidates for interview only, and the selections shall be based only on the performance in the interview.
II. Associate Professor: Eligibility:
i) A good academic record, with a Ph.D. Degree in the concerned/allied/relevant disciplines.
ii) A Master‘s Degree with at least 55% marks (or an equivalent grade in a point-scale, wherever the grading system is followed).
iii) A minimum of eight years of experience of teaching and / or research in an academic/research position equivalent to that of Assistant Professor in a University, College or Accredited Research Institution/industry with a minimum of seven publications in the peer-reviewed or UGC-listed journals and a total research score of Seventy five (75) as per the criteria given in Appendix II, Table 2.
III. Professor: Eligibility (A or B) :
A.
i) An eminent scholar having a Ph.D. degree in the concerned/allied/relevant discipline, and published work of high quality, actively engaged in research with evidence of published work with, a minimum of 10 research publications in the peer-reviewed or UGC-listed journals and a total research score of 120 as per the criteria given in Appendix II, Table 2.

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ii) A minimum of ten years of teaching experience in university/college as Assistant Professor/Associate Professor/Professor, and / or research experience at equivalent level at the University/National Level Institutions with evidence of having successfully guided doctoral candidate.
OR
B. An outstanding professional, having a Ph.D. degree in the relevant/allied/applied disciplines, from any academic institutions (not included in A above) / industry, who has made significant contribution to the knowledge in the concerned/allied/relevant discipline, supported by documentary evidence provided he/she has ten years’ experience.
IV. Senior Professor in Universities
Up to 10 percent of the existing sanctioned strength of Professors in the university may be appointed as Senior Professor in the universities, through direct recruitment.
Eligibility:
i) An eminent scholar with good track record of high-quality research publications in Peer-reviewed or UGC- listed journals, significant research contribution to the discipline, and engaged in research supervision.
ii) A minimum of ten years of teaching/research experience as Professor or an equivalent grade in a University, College or an institute of national level.
iii) The selection shall be based on academic achievements, favourable review from three eminent subject experts who are not less than the rank of Senior Professor or a Professor of at least ten years experience.
iv) The selection shall be based on ten best publications in the Peer-reviewed or UGC -listed journals and award of Ph.D degrees to at least two candidates under his/her supervision during the last 10 years and interaction with the Selection Committee constituted as per the UGC Regulations.
V. College Principal and Professor (Professor’s Grade)
A. Eligibility:
(i) Ph.D. degree
(ii) Professor/Associate Professor with a total service/ experience of at least fifteen years of teaching/research in Universities, Colleges and other institutions of higher education.
(iii) A minimum of 10 research publications in peer-reviewed or UGC-listed journals.
(iv) A minimum of 110 Research Score as per Appendix II,Table 2
B. Tenure
i) A College Principal shall be appointed for a period of five years, extendable for another term of five years on the basis of performance assessment by a Committee appointed by the University, constituted as per these regulations.
ii) After the completion of his/her term as Principal, the incumbent shall join back his/her parent organization with the designation as Professor and in the grade of the Professor.
VI. Vice Principal
An existing senior faculty member may be designated as Vice-Principal by the Governing Body of the College on the recommendation of the Principal, for a tenure of two years, who can be assigned specific activities, in addition to his/her existing responsibilities. During the absence of the Principal, for any reason, the Vice Principal shall exercise the powers of the Principal.
4.2. Music, Performing Arts, Visual Arts and Other Traditional Indian Art Forms like Sculpture, etc.
I. Assistant Professor: Eligibility (A or B):
A.
i) Master‘s Degree with 55% marks (or an equivalent grade in a point scale wherever grading system is followed) in the relevant subject or an equivalent degree from an Indian/foreign University.

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ii) Besides fulfilling the above qualifications, the candidate must have cleared the National Eligibility Test (NET) conducted by the UGC, CSIR or similar test accredited by the UGC like SLET/SET or who are or have been awarded a Ph. D. Degree in accordance with the University Grants Commission (Minimum Standards and Procedure for Award of M.Phil./Ph.D. Degree) Regulations, 2009 or 2016 and their amendments from time to time as the case may be.
Provided further, candidates registered for the Ph.D. programme prior to July 11, 2009, shall be governed by the provisions of the then existing Ordinances / Bye-laws / Regulations of the Institutions awarding the degree and such Ph.D. candidates shall be exempted from the requirement of NET/SLET/SET for recruitment and appointment of Assistant Professor or equivalent positions in Universities/Colleges
/Institutions subject to the fulfilment of the following conditions:
a) Ph.D. degree has been awarded to the candidate in a regular mode
b) The Ph.D. thesis has been evaluated by at least two external examiners;
c) An open Ph.D. viva voce of the candidate had been conducted;
d) candidate has published two research papers from his/her Ph.D. work, out of which, at least one is in a refereed journal;
e) The candidate has presented at least two research papers based on his/her Ph.D. work in conferences/seminars supported/funded/sponsored by the UGC/AICTE/ICSSR or any other similar agency.
Note 1: The fulfilment of these conditions is to be certified by the Registrar or the Dean (Academic Affair) of the University concerned.
Note 2: The clearance of NET/SLET/SET shall also not be required for such Masters Programmes in disciplines for which NET/SLET/SET is not conducted by the UGC, CSIR or similar test accredited by the UGC (like SLET/SET).
OR
B. A traditional or a professional artist with highly commendable professional achievement in the subject concerned having a Bachelor’s degree, who has:
i) studied under a noted/reputed traditional Master(s)/Artist(s)
ii) Has been ‘A‘ grade artist of AIR/Doordarshan;
iii) Has the ability to explain, with logical reasoning the subject concerned; and
iv) Has adequate knowledge to teach theory with illustrations in the discipline concerned.
II. Associate Professor : Eligibility (A or B): A.
i) Good academic record, with a doctoral degree.
ii) Performing ability of a high professional standard.
iii) Eight year’s experience of teaching in a University or College and / or of research in a University/national level institution, equal to that of Assistant Professor in a University/College.
iv) Has made a significant contribution to knowledge in the subject concerned, as evidenced by quality publications.
OR
B. A traditional or a professional artist with highly-commendable professional achievement having Master’s degree in the subject concerned, who has:
i) been ‘A’-grade artist of AIR/Doordarshan;
ii) eight years’ experience of outstanding performing achievement in the

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field of specialisation;
iii) experience in designing of new courses and /or curricula;
iv) participated in National level Seminars/Conferences/Concerts in reputed institutions’ and
v) ability to explain, with logical reasoning, the subject concerned and adequate knowledge to teach theory with illustrations in the said discipline.
III. Professor : Eligibility (A or B): A.
i) An eminent scholar having a doctoral degree
ii) Have been actively engaged in research with at least ten years of experience in teaching in University/College and / or research at the University/National level institutions
iii) Minimum of 6 research publications in the peer-reviewed or UGC-listed journals,
iv) Has a total research score of 120, as per Appendix II,Table 2.
OR
B. A traditional or a professional artist, with highly-commendable professional achievement, in the subject concerned,
i) Having Masters degree, in the relevant subject
ii) Has been ‘A‘-grade artist of AIR/Doordarshan
iii) Has Ten years of outstanding performing achievements in the field of specialisation
iv) Has made significant contributions in the field of specialisations and ability to guide research;
v) Has participated in National/International Seminars/Conferences/ Workshops/Concerts and/ or recipient of National/International Awards/Fellowships;
vi) Has the ability to explain with logical reasoning the subject concerned, and
vii) Has adequate knowledge to teach theory with illustrations in the said discipline.
4.3 Drama Discipline:
I. Assistant Professor Eligibility (A or B)
A.
i) Master‘s Degree with 55% marks (or an equivalent grade in a point scale wherever grading system is followed) in the relevant subject or an equivalent degree from an Indian/foreign University.
ii) Besides fulfilling the above qualifications, the candidate must have cleared the National Eligibility Test (NET) conducted by the UGC or the CSIR or a similar test accredited by the UGC, like SLET/SET or who are or have been awarded a Ph.D. Degree in accordance with the University Grants Commission (Minimum Standards and Procedure for Award of M.Phil./Ph.D. Degree) Regulations, 2009, or 2016, and their amendments from time to time as the case may be.
Provided further, candidates registered for the Ph.D. programme, prior to July 11,2009, shall be governed by the provisions of the then existing Ordinances/Bye-laws/Regulations of the Institutions awarding the degree and such Ph.D. candidates shall be exempted from the requirement of NET/SLET/SET for recruitment and appointment of Assistant Professor or equivalent positions in Universities/Colleges/Institutions, subject to the fulfillment of the following conditions:-

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a) The Ph.D. degree of the candidate has been awarded in the regular mode;
b) The Ph.D. thesis has been evaluated by at least two external examiners;
c) An open Ph.D. viva voce of the candidate has been conducted;
d) The candidate has published two research papers from his/her Ph.D. work out of which at least one must be in a refereed journal;
e) The candidate has presented at least two research papers based on his/her Ph.D. work in conferences/seminars supported/funded/ sponsored by the UGC/CSIR/ICSSR or any other similar agency.
Note:

  1. The fulfilment of these conditions is to be certified by the Registrar or the Dean (Academic Affairs) of the University concerned.
  2. NET/SLET/SET shall also not be required for such Masters Programmes in disciplines for which the NET/SLET/SET is not conducted by the UGC, CSIR or similar test accredited by the UGC, like SLET/SET.
    OR
    B. A traditional or a professional artist with highly commendable professional achievement in the concerned subject, who has:
    i) been a professional artist with three years’ Bachelor degree/Post Graduate Diploma, with 55% marks (or an equivalent grade in a point-scale wherever the grading system is followed), from the National School of Drama, or any other such Institution in India or abroad;
    ii) five years of regular acclaimed performance at regional/ national/ international stage, supported by evidence; and
    iii) the ability to explain, with logical reasoning, the subject concerned and adequate knowledge to teach theory with illustrations in the discipline concerned.
    II. Associate Professor: Eligibility (A or B) : A.
    i) A good academic record, having a Ph.D degree with performing ability of high professional standard as certified by an Expert Committee constituted by the University concerned for the said purpose.
    ii) Eight years experience of teaching in a University/College and/ or research in a University/national- level institutions equal to that of Assistant Professor in a University/College.
    iii) A significant contribution to knowledge in the subject concerned, as evidenced by the quality publications.
    OR
    B. A traditional or a professional artist, having highly commendable professional achievement in the subject concerned, has a Master’s degree, who has:
    i) Been recognised artist of Stage/ Radio/TV;
    ii) Eight years of outstanding performance in the field of specialisation;
    iii) Experience of designing new courses and /or curricula;
    iv) Participated in Seminars/Conferences in reputed institutions; and
    v) The ability to explain with logical reasoning the subject concerned and adequate knowledge to teach theory with illustrations in the said discipline.

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III. Professor
Eligibility (A or B) :
A. An eminent scholar, having a doctoral degree, actively engaged in research with ten years of experience in teaching and /or research at a University/National-level institution, including experience of guiding research at the doctoral level, with outstanding performing achievement in the field of specialisation, with a minimum of 6 research publications in the peer-reviewed or UGC listed journals, and a total research score of 120, as per Appendix II, Table 2.
OR
B. A traditional and a professional artist, having highly commendable professional achievement in the subject concerned, who has:
i) Master’s degree, in the relevant subject;:
ii) Ten years of outstanding performing achievements in the field of specialisation;
iii) Made significant contribution in the field of specialisation
iv) Guided research;
v) Participated in National/International Seminars/Conferences/Workshops and/or recipient of National/International Awards/Fellowships;
vi) Ability to explain with logical reasoning the subject concerned;
vii) Adequate knowledge to teach theory, with illustrations in the said discipline.
4.4 Yoga Discipline
I. Assistant Professor : Eligibility (A or B) :
A. Good academic record, with at least 55% marks (or an equivalent grade in a point-scale wherever the grading system is followed) at the Master‘s degree in Yoga or any other relevant subject, or an equivalent degree from an Indian/foreign University.
Besides fulfilling the above qualifications, the candidate must have cleared the National Eligibility Test (NET) conducted by the UGC, CSIR or a similar test accredited by the UGC like SLET/SET or who are or have been awarded a Ph. D. Degree in accordance with the University Grants Commission (Minimum Standards and Procedure for Award of M.Phil./Ph.D. Degree) Regulations, 2009 or 2016 and their amendments from time to time.
OR
B. A Master’s degree in any discipline with at least 55% marks (or an equivalent grade in a point-scale wherever the grading system is followed) and a Ph.D. Degree in Yoga* in accordance with the University Grants Commission (Minimum Standards and Procedure for Award of M.Phil./Ph.D. Degree) Regulations, 2009 or 2016 and their amendments from time to time as the case may be.
*Note: Considering the paucity of teachers in the newly-emerging field of Yoga, this alternative has been provided and shall be valid only for five years from the date of notification of these Regulations
II. ASSOCIATE PROPFESSOR
i) A good academic record, with a Ph.D. degree in the subject concerned or in a relevant discipline.
ii) A Master‘s degree with at least 55% marks (or an equivalent grade in a point-scale, wherever the grading system is followed).
iii) A minimum of eight years’ experience of teaching and/ or research in an academic/research position equivalent to that of Assistant Professor in a University, College or Accredited Research Institutions/Industry with evidence of published work and a minimum of 7 publications as books and / or research/policy papers in peer- reviewed or UGC listed journals and a total research score of at least Seventy five (75), as per the criteria given in Appendix II,Table 2.

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III. PROFESSOR Eligibility (A or B) :
A.
i) An eminent scholar with Ph. D. degree in the subject concerned or in an allied/relevant subject and published work of high quality, actively engaged in research with evidence of published work, with a minimum of 10 publications as books and/ or research/policy papers in the peer-reviewed or UGC listed journals and a total research score of at least 120 as per the criteria given in Appendix II,Table 2.
ii) A minimum of ten years of teaching experience in a University/College and / or experience in research at the university/National level institution/Industries, with evidence of having successfully guided doctoral candidate.
Or
B. An outstanding professional, with established reputation in the relevant field, who has made significant contribution to the knowledge in the concerned/allied/relevant discipline, to be substantiated by credentials.
4.5 QUALIFICATIONS, EXPERIENCE AND OTHER ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS FOR APPOINTMENT OF OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY TEACHERS
I. ASSISTANT PROFESSOR:
A Bachelor’s Degree in Occupational Therapy (B.O.T./B. Th.O./B.O.Th.), Masters in Occupational Therapy (M.O.Th/M.Th.O./ M.Sc. O.T/M.OT.), with at least 55% marks (or an equivalent grade in a point-scale wherever the grading system is followed), from a recognised University
II. ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR:
i) Essential : A Master’s Degree in Occupational Therapy (M.O.T./M.O.Th./M.Sc. O.T.), with eight years’ experience as Assistant Professor.
ii) Desirable: Higher Qualification, including a Ph. D. degree in any discipline of occupational therapy recognised by the UGC, and published work of high standard in peer-reviewed or UGC- listed journals.
III. PROFESSOR:
i) Essential : Master’s Degree in Occupational Therapy (M.O.T./ M.O.Th./M.Th.O./M.Sc. O.T.), with Ten years of total experience in Occupational Therapy.
ii) Desirable: Higher Qualification, such as Ph.D. degree in any discipline of occupational therapy recognised by the UGC, and published work of high standard in peer- reviewed or UGC- listed journals.
IV. PRINCIPAL / DIRECTOR / DEAN:
Essential: Master’s Degree in Occupational Therapy (M.O.T./M.Th.O./M.Oth./M.Sc. O.T.), with fifteen years’ experience, which shall include five years’ experience as Professor (Occupational Therapy).
Note:
(i) The senior-most Professor in the institution shall be designated as the Principal / Director / Dean.
(ii) Desirable: Higher qualification, like a Ph. D. degree in any discipline of occupational therapy recognized by the UGC and published work of high standard in peer reviewed or UGC listed journals.
4.6 QUALIFICATIONS, EXPERIENCE AND OTHER ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS FOR APPOINTMENT OF PHYSIOTHERAPY TEACHERS
I. ASSISTANT PROFESSOR:
Bachelor’s Degree in Physiotherapy (B.P./T./B. Th./P./B.P.Th.),Master’s Degree in Physiotherapy (M.&P.Th/M.Th.P./M.Sc. P.T/M.P.T.) with at least 55% marks (or an equivalent grade in a point scale wherever the grading system is followed) from a recognized University.
II. ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR:
i) Essential: A Master’s Degree in Physiotherapy (M.P.T./M.P.Th./M.Th.P/M.Sc. P.T.) with eight years’ experience as Assistant Professor.

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ii) Desirable: Higher Qualification, such as Ph.D. degree in any discipline of Physiotherapy recognised by the U.G.C, and published work of high standard in peer-reviewed or UGC – listed journals.
III. PROFESSOR:
Essential: Master’s Degree in Physiotherapy (M.P.T. / M.P.Th./M.Th.P./M.Sc. P.T.), with ten years experience. Desirable:
(i) Higher Qualification like Ph. D. in any subject of Physiotherapy recognised by U.G.C, and
(ii) Published work of high standard in peer -reviewed or UGC- listed journals.
IV. PRINCIPAL / DIRECTOR / DEAN:
Essential: Master’s Degree in Physiotherapy (M.P.T./M.Th.P./M.Pth./M.Sc. P.T.) with fifteen years total experience, including five years experience as Professor (Physiotherapy).
Note:
(i) Senior-most Professor shall be designated as the Principal / Director / Dean.
(ii) Desirable: Higher qualification like Ph.D. in any subject of Physiotherapy recognized by the UGC and published work of high standard in peer reviewed or UGC listed journals.
4.7 MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS FOR DIRECT RECRUITMENT TO THE POSTS OF UNIVESRITY ASSISTANT LIBRARIAN / COLLEGE LIBRARIAN, UNIVERSITY DEPUTY LIBRARIAN AND UNIVERSITY LIBRARIAN
I. UNIVERSITY ASSISTANT LIBRARIAN / COLLEGE LIBRARIAN
i) A Master‘s Degree in Library Science, Information Science or Documentation Science or an equivalent professional degree, with at least 55% marks (or an equivalent grade in a point –scale, wherever the grading system is followed)
ii) A consistently good academic record, with knowledge of computerization of a library.
iii) Besides fulfilling the above qualifications, the candidate must have cleared the National Eligibility Test (NET) conducted by the UGC, CSIR or similar test accredited by the UGC like SLET/SET or who are or have been awarded a Ph.D. Degree in accordance with the University Grants Commission (Minimum Standards and Procedure for Award of M.Phil./Ph.D. Degree) Regulations, 2009 or 2016 and their amendments from time to time as the case may be:
Provided that the, candidates registered for the Ph.D. degree prior to July 11, 2009, shall be governed by the provisions of the then existing Ordinances / Bye-laws / Regulations of the Institution awarding the degree, and such Ph.D. candidates shall be exempted from the requirement of NET/SLET/SET for recruitment and appointment of Assistant Professor or equivalent positions in Universities/Colleges / Institutions subject to the fulfillment of the following conditions:-
a) The Ph.D. degree of the candidate has been awarded in the regular mode
b) The Ph.D. thesis has been evaluated by at least two external examiners;
c) Open Ph.D. viva voce of the candidate has been conducted;
d) The candidate has published two research papers from his/her Ph.D. work out of which at least one is in a refereed journal;
e) The candidate has presented at least two papers based on his/her Ph.D work in conferences/seminars sponsored /funded/supported by the UGC/ICSSR/CSIR or any similar agency.
Note:
(i) The fulfilment of these conditions is to be certified by the Registrar or the Dean (Academic Affairs) of the University concerned.
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II. UNIVERSITY DEPUTY LIBRARIAN
i) A Master‘s Degree in library science/information science/documentation science, with at least 55% marks or an equivalent grade in a point –scale, wherever grading system is followed.
ii) Eight years experience as an Assistant University Librarian/College Librarian.
iii) Evidence of innovative library services including integration of ICT in library.
iv) A Ph.D. Degree in library science/ Information science / Documentation Science/Archives and manuscript keeping/computerization of library.
III. UNIVERSITY LIBRARIAN
i) A Master‘s Degree in Library Science/Information Science/Documentation Science with at least 55% marks or an equivalent grade in a point -scale wherever the grading system is followed.
ii) At least ten years as a Librarian at any level in University Library or ten years of teaching as Assistant/Associate Professor in Library Science or ten years‘ experience as a College Librarian.
iii) Evidence of innovative library services, including the integration of ICT in a library.
iv) A Ph.D. Degree in library science/information science/documentation /archives and manuscript-keeping.
4.8 MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS FOR THE POSTS OF ASSISTANT DIRECTORS OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND SPORTS, DEPUTY DIRECTOR OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND SPORTS AND DIRECTOR OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND SPORTS (DPES)
I. University Assistant Director of Physical Education and Sports / College Director of Physical Education and Sports
Eligibility (A or B) : A.
i) A Master‘s Degree in Physical Education and Sports or Physical Education or Sports Science with 55% marks (or an equivalent grade in a point-scale, wherever the grading system is followed)
ii) Record of having represented the university / college at the inter-university /inter-collegiate competitions or the State and/ or national championships.
iii) Besides fulfilling the above qualifications, the candidate must have cleared the National Eligibility Test (NET), conducted by the UGC or CSIR, or a similar test accredited by the UGC, like SLET/SET, or who are or have been awarded a Ph.D. Degree in Physical Education or Physical Education and Sports or Sports Science, in accordance with the University Grants Commission (Minimum Standards and Procedure for Award of M.Phil./Ph.D. Degree) Regulations, 2009 or 2016 and their amendments from time to time, as the case may be:
Provided that, candidates registered for the Ph.D. degree prior to July 11, 2009, shall be governed by the provisions of the then existing Ordinances/ Bye-laws/Regulations of the Institutions awarding the degree and such Ph.D. degree holders shall be exempted from the requirement of NET/SLET/SET for recruitment and appointment of Assistant Professor or equivalent positions in Universities/Colleges / Institutions, subject to the fulfillment of the following conditions:-
a) The Ph.D. degree of the candidate has been awarded in regular mode;
b) The Ph.D. thesis has been evaluated by at least two external examiners;
c) Open Ph.D. viva voce of the candidate has been conducted;
d) The candidate has published two research papers from his/her Ph.D. work out of which at least one is in a refereed journal;
e) The candidate has presented at least two research papers in conference/seminar, based on his/her Ph.D work.
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iv. NET/SLET/SET shall also not be required for such Masters Programmes in disciplines for which NET/SLET/SET is not conducted by the UGC, CSIR or similar test accredited by the UGC like SLET/SET.
v. Passed the physical fitness test conducted in accordance with these Regulations.
OR
B. An Asian game or commonwealth games medal winner who has a degree at least at Post-Graduation level.
II. University Deputy Director of Physical Education and Sports Eligibility (A or B) :
A.
i) A Ph.D. in Physical Education or Physical Education and Sports or Sports Science. Candidates from outside the university system, in addition, shall also possess at least 55% marks (or an equivalent grade in a point scale wherever grading system is followed) at the Master‘s Degree level by the university concerned.
ii) Eight years experience as University Assistant DPES/College DPES.
iii) Evidence of organizing competitions and conducting coaching camps of at least two weeks duration.
iv) Evidence of having produced good performance of teams/athletes for competitions like state/national/inter-university/combined university, etc.
v) Passed the physical fitness test in accordance with these Regulations.
OR
B. An Olympic games/ world cup/ world Championship medal winner who has a degree at least at the Post-Graduation Level.
III. University Director of Physical Education and Sports
i) A Ph.D. in Physical Education or Physical Education and Sports or Sports Science.
ii) Experience of at least ten years in Physical Education and Sports as University Assistant/Deputy DPES or ten years as College DPES or teaching for ten years in Physical Education and Sports or Sports Science as Assistant/Associate Professor.
iii) Evidence of organising competitions and coaching camps of at least two weeks’ duration.
iv) Evidence of having produced good performance of teams/athletes for competitions like state/national/inter-university/combined university, etc.
IV. Physical Fitness Test Norms
(a) Subject to the provisions of these Regulations, all candidates who are required to undertake the physical fitness test are required to produce a medical certificate certifying that he/she is medically fit before undertaking such tests.
(b) On the production of such certificate mentioned in sub-clause (a) above, the candidate would be required to undertake the physical fitness test in accordance with the following norms:

NORMS FOR MEN
12 MINUTES RUN/WALK TEST
Upto 30 Years Upto 40 Years Upto 45 Years Upto 50 Years
1800 metres 1500 metres 1200 metres 800 metres

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NORMS FOR WOMEN
8 MINUTES RUN/WALK TEST
Upto 30 Years Upto 40 Years Upto 45 Years Upto 50 Years
1000 metres 800 metres 600 metres 400 metres

5.0 CONSTITUTION OF SELECTION COMMITTEES AND GUIDELINESS ON SELECTION PROCEDURE:
5.1 Selection Committee Composition
I. Assistant Professor in the University:
(a) The Selection Committee for the post of Assistant Professor in the University shall consist of the following persons :
i) The Vice Chancellor or his/her nominee, who has at least ten years of experience as Professor, shall be the Chairperson of the Committee.
ii) An academician not below the rank of Professor to be nominated by the Visitor/Chancellor, wherever applicable.
iii) Three experts in the subject concerned nominated by the Vice Chancellor out of the panel of names approved by the relevant statutory body of the university concerned.
iv) Dean of the Faculty concerned, wherever applicable.
v) Head/Chairperson of the Department/School concerned.
vi) An academician representing SC/ST/OBC/Minority/Women/Differently-abled categories to be nominated by the Vice Chancellor, if any of the candidates from any of these categories is an applicant and if any of the above members of the selection committee does not belong to that category.
(b) Four members, including two outside subject experts, shall constitute the quorum.
II. Associate Professor in the University
(a) The Selection Committee for the post of Associate Professor in the University shall have the following composition:
i) The Vice Chancellor or his/her nominee, who has at least ten years of experience as Professor, shall be the Chairperson of the Committee.
ii) An academician not below the rank of Professor to be nominated by the Visitor/Chancellor, wherever applicable.
iii) Three experts in the subject/field concerned nominated by the Vice-Chancellor, out of the panel of names approved by the relevant statutory body of the university.
iv) Dean of the faculty, wherever applicable.
v) Head/Chairperson of the Department/School.
vi) An academician representing SC/ST/OBC/ Minority / Women / Differently-abled categories, if any of candidates belonging to any of these categories is the applicant, to be nominated by the Vice Chancellor, if any of the above members of the selection committee does not belong to that category.
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III. Professor in the University
(a) The Selection Committee for the post of Professor in the University shall consist of the following persons :
i) Vice-Chancellor who shall be the Chairperson of the Committee.
ii) An academician not below the rank of Professor to be nominated by the Visitor/Chancellor, wherever applicable.
iii) Three experts in the subject/field concerned to be nominated by the Vice- Chancellor out of the panel of names approved by the relevant statutory body of the university concerned.
iv) Dean of the faculty, wherever applicable.
v) Head/Chairperson of the Department/School.
vi) An academician belonging to the SC/ST/OBC/ Minority / Women / Differently-abled categories, if any of the candidates representing these categories is the applicant, to be nominated by the Vice- Chancellor, if any of the above members of the selection committee does not belong to that category.
(b) At least four members, including two outside subject experts, shall constitute the quorum.
IV. Senior Professor
(a) The Selection Committee for the post of Senior Professor in the University shall consist of the following persons:
i) Vice Chancellor who shall be the Chairperson of the Committee.
ii) An academician not below the rank of Senior Professor/Professor with minimum ten years experience who is the nominee of the Visitor/Chancellor, wherever applicable.
iii) Three experts not below the rank of a Senior Professor/Professor with a minimum of ten years’ experience in the subject/field concerned nominated by the Vice-Chancellor out of the panel of names approved by the relevant statutory body of the university.
iv) Dean (not below the rank of Senior Professor/Professor with minimum ten years experience) of the faculty, wherever applicable.
v) Head/Chairperson (not below the rank of Senior Professor/Professor with minimum ten years experience) or Senior-most Professor (not below the rank of Senior Professor/Professor, with a minimum of ten years’ experience) of the Department/School.
vi) An academician (not below the rank of a Senior Professor/Professor with minimum ten years experience) representing SC/ST/OBC/ Minority / Women / Differently-abled categories, if any of candidates representing these categories is the applicant, to be nominated by the Vice Chancellor, if any of the above members of the selection committee do not belong to that category.
(b) Four members, including two outside subject experts, shall constitute the quorum.
V. Assistant Professor in Colleges, including Private and Constituent Colleges:
(a) The Selection Committee for the post of Assistant Professor in Colleges, including Private and constituent Colleges shall consist of the following persons:
i) Chairperson of the Governing Body of the college or his/her nominee from amongst the members of the Governing body, who shall be the Chairperson of the Committee.
ii) The Principal of the College.
iii) Head of the Department/Teacher-incharge of the subject concerned in the College.
iv) Two nominees of the Vice-Chancellor of the affiliating university, of whom one should be a subject-expert. In case of colleges notified/declared as a minority educational institution, two nominees of the Chairperson of the college from out of a panel of five names, preferably from the minority community, recommended by the Vice-Chancellor of the affiliating university, from the list of experts suggested by the relevant statutory body of the college, of whom one should be a subject-expert.

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v) Two subject-experts not connected with the college who shall be nominated by the Chairperson of the College governing body out of a panel of five names recommended by the Vice-Chancellor from the list of subject experts approved by the relevant statutory body of the university concerned. In case of colleges notified/declared as minority educational Institutions, two subject experts not connected with the University nominated by the Chairperson of the Governing Body of the College out of the panel of five names, preferably from the minority communities, recommended by the Vice-Chancellor from the list of subject experts approved by the relevant statutory body of the College.
vi) An academician representing SC/ST/OBC/Minority/Women/Differently-abled categories, if any of candidates belonging to any of these categories is the applicant, to be nominated by the Vice-Chancellor, if any of the above members of the selection committee does not belong to that category.
(b) Five members, including two outside subject experts, shall constitute the quorum.
VI. Associate Professor in Colleges, including Private and Constituent Colleges
(a) The Selection Committee for the post of Associate Professor in Colleges including Private and Constituent Colleges, shall consist of the following persons:
i) The Chairperson of the Governing Body or his/her nominee, from amongst the members of the Governing body, who shall be the Chairperson of the Selection Committee.
ii) The Principal of the College.
iii) The Head of the Department / Teacher-In charge of the concerned subject from the college.
iv) Two University representatives nominated by the Vice-Chancellor, one of whom shall be the Dean of College Development Council or equivalent position in the University, and the other must be expert in the concerned subject. In case of Colleges notified/declared as minority educational institutions, two nominees of the Chairperson of the College from out of a panel of five names, preferably from minority communities, recommended by the Vice-Chancellor of the affiliating university from the list of experts suggested by the relevant statutory body of the college of whom one should be a subject expert.
v) Two subject-experts not connected with the college to be nominated by the Chairperson of the governing body of the college out of a panel of five names recommended by the Vice Chancellor from the list of subject experts approved by the relevant statutory body of the university concerned. In case of colleges notified/declared as minority educational Institutions, two subject experts not connected with the University nominated by the Chairperson of the College Governing Body out of the panel of five names, preferably from minority communities, recommended by the Vice Chancellor from the list of subject experts approved by the relevant statutory body.
vi) An academician belonging to the SC/ST/OBC/ Minority/Women/Differently-abled categories, if any of candidates belonging to these categories is the applicant, to be nominated by the Vice-Chancellor, if any of the above members of the selection committee does not belong to that category.
(b) The quorum for the meeting shall be five, including two subject experts.
VII. Professor in Colleges, including Private and Constituent Colleges
(a) The Selection Committee for the post of Professor in Colleges including Private and Constituent Colleges shall consist of the following persons:
i) The Chairperson of the Governing Body or his/her nominee, from amongst the members of the Governing body, who shall be the Chairperson of the Selection Committee.
ii) The Principal of the College.
iii) The Head of the Department / Teacher-In charge of the concerned subject from the college not below the rank of Professor.
iv) Two University representatives not below the rank of Professor nominated by the Vice-Chancellor, one of whom shall be the Dean of College Development Council or equivalent position in the University, and the other must be expert in the concerned subject. In case of Colleges notified/declared as minority

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educational institutions, two nominees, not below the rank of Professor, of the Chairperson of the College from out of a panel of five names, preferably from minority communities, recommended by the Vice-Chancellor of the affiliating university from the list of experts suggested by the relevant statutory body of the college of whom one should be a subject expert.
v) Two subject-experts not connected with the college to be nominated by the Chairperson of the governing body of the college out of a panel of five names recommended by the Vice Chancellor from the list of subject experts approved by the relevant statutory body of the university concerned. In case of colleges notified/declared as minority educational Institutions, two subject experts not connected with the University nominated by the Chairperson of the College Governing Body out of the panel of five names, preferably from minority communities, recommended by the Vice Chancellor from the list of subject experts approved by the relevant statutory body.
vi) An academician not below the rank of Professor belonging to the SC/ST/OBC/ Minority/Women/Differently-abled categories, if any of candidates belonging to these categories is the applicant, to be nominated by the Vice-Chancellor, if any of the above members of the selection committee does not belong to that category.
(b) The quorum for the meeting shall be five, including two subject experts.
VIII. College Principal and Professor
A. Selection Committee
(a) The Selection Committee for the post of College Principal and Professor shall have the following composition:
i) Chairperson of the Governing Body to be the Chairperson.
ii) Two members of the Governing Body of the college to be nominated by the Chairperson of whom one shall be an expert in academic administration.
iii) Two nominees of the Vice-Chancellor who shall be Higher Education experts in the subject/field concerned out of which at least one shall be a person not connected in any manner with the affiliating University. In case of Colleges notified/declared as minority educational institutions, one nominee of the Chairperson of the College from out of a panel of five names, preferably from minority communities, recommended by the Vice-Chancellor of the affiliating university of whom one should be a subject expert.
iv) Three Higher Education experts consisting of the Principal of a College, a Professor and an accomplished educationist not below the rank of a Professor (to be nominated by the Governing Body of the college out of a panel of six experts approved by the relevant statutory body of the university concerned).
v) An academician representing SC/ST/OBC/Minority/Women/Differently-abled categories, if any of candidates representing these categories is the applicant, to be nominated by the Vice-Chancellor, if any of the above members of the selection committee does not belong to that category.
vi) Two subject-experts not connected with the college to be nominated by the Chairperson of the governing body of the college out of a panel of five names recommended by the Vice Chancellor from the list of subject experts approved by the relevant statutory body of the university concerned. In case of colleges notified/declared as minority educational institutioins, two subject experts not connected with the University nominated by the Chairperson of the College governing body out of the panel of five names, preferably from minority communities, recommended by the Vice Chancellor from the list of subject experts approved by the relevant statutory body.
(b) Five members, including two experts, shall constitute the quorum.
(c) All the selection procedures of the selection committee shall be completed on the day/last day of the selection committee meeting itself, wherein, minutes are recorded along with the scoring Proforma and recommendation made on the basis of merit with the list of selected and waitlisted candidates/Panel of names in order of merit, duly signed by all members of the selection committee.

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(d) The term of appointment of the College Principal shall be five years, with eligibility for reappointment for one more term only after an assessment by a Committee appointed by the University as per the composition given in sub-clause (B) of 5.1 (VIII).
(e) After the completion of his/her term as Principal, the incumbent shall join back his/her parent organisation with the designation as Professor and in the grade of the Professor..
B. Committee for Assessment of College Principal and Professor for Second Term
The Committee for assessment to the post of College Principal for second term shall have the following composition:
i) Nominee of the Vice-Chancellor of the affiliating University.
ii) Nominee of the Chairman, University Grants Commission.
The nominees shall be nominated from the Principals of the Colleges with Excellence/College with Potential of Excellence/Autonomous College/NAAC Grade ‘A’ accredited colleges.
IX. Selection Committees for the posts of Directors, Deputy Directors, Assistant Directors of Physical Education and Sports, Librarians, Deputy Librarians and Assistant Librarians shall be the same as that of Professor, Associate Professor and Assistant Professor, respectively, except that in Library and Physical Education and Sports or Sports Administration, respectively, practicing Librarian/Director Physical Education and Sports, as the case may be, shall be associated with the Selection Committee as one of the subject experts.
X. The “Screening-cum-Evaluation Committee” for CAS promotion of Assistant Professors/equivalent cadres in Librarians/Physical Education and Sports from one level to the other higher level shall consist of:
A. For University teachers:
i) The Vice-Chancellor or his/her nominee shall be the Chairperson of the Committee;
ii) The Dean of the Faculty concerned;
iii) The Head of the Department /Chairperson of the School; and
iv) One subject expert in the subject concerned nominated by the Vice-Chancellor from the University panel of experts.
B. For College teachers:
i) The Principal of the college;
ii) Head /Teacher-Incharge of the department concerned from the college;
iii) Two subject experts in the subject concerned nominated by the Vice-Chancellor from the university panel of experts;
C. For University Assistant Librarian:
i) The Vice-Chancellor shall be the Chairperson of the Committee;
ii) The Dean of the Faculty concerned;
iii) The Librarian, University Library; and
iv) One expert who is a working Librarian nominated by the Vice-Chancellor from the University panel of experts.
D. For College Assistant Librarian:
i) The Principal shall be the Chairperson of the Committee;
ii) The Librarian, University Library; and
iii) Two experts who are working Librarians nominated by the Vice-Chancellor from the University panel of experts.
E. For University Assistant Director, Physical Education and Sports:
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ii) The Dean of the Faculty concerned;
iii) The University Director, Physical Education and Sports; and
iv) One expert in Physical Education and Sports Administration from University system nominated by the Vice-Chancellor from the University panel of experts.
F. For College Director, Physical Education and Sports:
i) The Principal shall be the Chairperson of the Committee;
ii) The University Director, Physical Education and Sports; and
iii) Two experts in Physical Education and Sports Administration from University system nominated by the Vice-Chancellor from the University panel of experts.
Note: The quorum for these committees in all categories shall be three which will include one subject expert/ university nominee.
5.2. The Screening-cum-Evaluation Committee on verification/evaluation of grades secured by the candidate through the Assessment Criteria and Methodology Proforma designed by the respective university based on these Regulations and as per the minimum requirement specified:
(a) In Appendix II,Table 1 for each of the cadre of Assistant Professor;
(b) In Appendix II,Table 4 for each of the cadre of Librarian; and
(c) In Appendix II,Table 5 for each of the cadre of Physical Education and Sports
shall recommend to the Syndicate/ Executive Council /Board of Management of the University/College about the suitability for the promotion of the candidate(s) under CAS for implementation.
5.3 The selection process shall be completed on the day/last day of the selection committee meeting, wherein the minutes are recorded and recommendation made on the basis of the performance of the interview are duly signed by all members of the selection committee.
5.4 For all Selection Committees specified in these Regulations, Head of Department / Teacher-Incharge should be either in the same or higher rank/ position than the rank/position for which the interview is to be held.
6.0 SELECTION PROCEDURE:
I. The overall selection procedure shall incorporate transparent, objective and credible methodology of analysis of the merits and credentials of the applicants based on the weightage given to the performance of the candidate in different relevant parameters and his/her performance on a grading system proforma, based on Appendix II, Tables 1, 2, 3A, 3B, 4, and 5.
In order to make the system more credible, universities may assess the ability for teaching and / or research aptitude through a seminar or lecture in a classroom situation or discussion on the capacity to use the latest technology in teaching and research at the interview stage. These procedures can be followed for both the direct recruitment and the CAS promotions, wherever selection committees are prescribed in these Regulations.
II. The universities shall adopt these Regulations for selection committees and selection procedure through their respective statutory bodies incorporating Appendix II, Table 1, 2, 3A, 3B, 4, and 5 at the institutional level for University Departments and their Constituent colleges/ affiliated colleges (Government/Government- aided/Autonomous/ Private Colleges) to be followed transparently in all the selection processes. The universities may devise their own self-assessment-cum-performance appraisal forms for teachers in strict adherence to the Appendix II,Table 1, 2, 3A, 3B, 4, and 5 specified in these Regulations.
III. In all the Selection Committees of direct recruitment of teachers and other academic staff in universities and colleges provided herein, an academician belonging to the Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribe/OBC/Minority/Women/Differently-abled categories, if any of candidates belonging to these categories is the applicant and if any of the members of the selection committee does not belong to that category, shall be nominated by the Vice-Chancellor of the University, and in case of a College, Vice-Chancellor of the University to which the college is affiliated to. The academician, so nominated for this purpose, shall be one level above the cadre level of the applicant, and such nominee shall ensure that the norms of the Central Government or concerned State Government, in relation to the categories mentioned above, are strictly followed during the selection process.

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IV. The process of selection of a Professor shall involve the inviting of the application developed by the respective university, based on the Assessment Criteria and Methodology guidelines set out in these Regulations in Appendix II, Table 1 and 2 and reprints of all significant publications of the candidates.
Provided that the publications submitted by the candidate shall have been published during the qualifying period.
Provided further that such publications shall be made available to the subject experts for assessment before holding the interview. The evaluation of the publications by the experts shall be taken into consideration while finalizing the outcome of selection.
V. In the case of selection of faculty members who are from outside the academic field and are considered under Clause 4.1 (III.B), 4.2 (I.B, II.B, III.B), 4.3 (I.B, II.B, III.B) and 4.4 (III.B) of these Regulations, the university’s statutory bodies must lay down clear and transparent criteria and procedure so that only outstanding professionals who can contribute substantially to the university knowledge system are selected.
VI. In the selection process for the posts involving different nature of responsibilities in certain disciplines/areas, such as Music and Fine Arts, Visual Arts and Performing Arts, Physical Education and Sports, and Library, greater emphasis may be laid on the nature of deliverables indicated against each of the posts in these Regulations which need to be taken up by the institution while developing the Proforma for both the direct recruitment and the CAS promotion.
VII. The Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC) shall be established in all Universities/Colleges as per the UGC/ National Assessment Accreditation Council (NAAC) guidelines with the Vice-Chancellor, as Chairperson (in the case of Universities), and Principal, as Chairperson (in case of Colleges). The IQAC shall act as the documentation and record-keeping Cell for the institution, including assistance in the development of Assessment Criteria and Methodology Proforma based on these Regulations. The IQAC may also introduce, wherever feasible, the student feedback system as per the NAAC guidelines on institutional parameters without incorporating the component of the students’ assessment of individual teachers in the Assessment Criteria and Methodology Proforma.
A. The Assessment of the performance of College and University teachers for the CAS promotion is based on the following criteria:
i. Teaching-Learning and Evaluation: The commitment to teaching based on observable indicators such as being regular to class, punctuality to class, remedial teaching and clarifying doubts within and outside the class hours, counselling and mentoring, additional teaching to support the college/university as and when the need arises, etc. Examination and evaluation activities like performing of examination supervision duties, question-papers setting for university/college examinations, participation in the evaluation of examination answer scripts, conducting examinations for internal assessment as per the schedule to be announced by the institution at the beginning of each Academic Session and returning and discussing the answers in the class.
ii. Personal Development Related to Teaching and Research Activities: Attending orientation/refresher/methodology courses, development of e-contents and MOOC‘s, organising seminar/ conference/ workshop / presentation of papers and chairing of sessions/guiding and carrying out research projects and publishing the research output in national and international journals etc.
iii. Administrative Support and Participation in Students’ Co- curricular and Extra-curricular Activities.
B. Assessment Process
The following three-step process is recommended for carrying out assessment for promotion under the CAS at all levels:
Step 1: The college/university teachers shall submit to college/university an annual self-appraisal report in the prescribed Proforma to be designed based on Tables 1 to 5 of Appendix II. The report should be submitted at the end of every academic year, within the stipulated time. The teacher will provide documentary evidence for the claims made in the annual self-appraisal report, which is to be verified by the HOD/Teacher- in-charge etc. The submission should be through the Head of the Department (HOD)/teacher-in-charge.
Step: 2: After completion of the required years of experience for promotion under CAS and fulfilment of other requirements indicated below, the teacher shall submit an application for promotion under CAS.
Step 3: A CAS Promotion shall be granted as mentioned in Clauses 6.4 of these Regulations.

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6.1 Assessment Criteria and Methodology:
(a) Tables 1 to 3 of Appendix II are applicable to the selection of Assistant Professors/ Associate Professors/ Professors/Senior Professor in Universities and Colleges;
(b) Table 4 of Appendix II is applicable to Assistant Librarians/ College Librarians and Deputy Librarians for promotion under Career Advancement Scheme; and
(c) Table 5 of Appendix II is applicable to Assistant Directors/ College Director of Physical Education sports and Deputy Directors/Directors of Physical Education and Sports for promotions under Career Advancement Scheme
6.2 The constitution of the Selection Committees and Selection Procedure as well as the Assessment Criteria and Methodology for the above cadres, either through direct recruitment or through Career Advancement Scheme, shall be in accordance with these Regulations.
6.3 The criteria for promotions under Career Advancement Scheme laid down under these Regulations shall be effective from the date of notification of these Regulations. However, to avoid hardship to those faculty members who have already qualified or are likely to qualify shortly under the existing regulations, a choice may be given to them, for being considered for promotions under the existing Regulations. This option can be exercised only within three years from the date of notification of these Regulations.
I. A teacher who wishes to be considered for promotion under the CAS may submit in writing to the university/college, within three months in advance of the due date, that he/she fulfils all the requirements under the CAS and submit to the university/college the Assessment Criteria and Methodology Proforma as evolved by the university concerned supported by all credentials as per the Assessment Criteria and Methodology guidelines set out in these Regulations. In order to avoid any delay in holding the Selection Committee meetings for various positions under the CAS, the University/College may initiate the process of screening/selection, and complete the process within six months from the receipt of application. Further, in order to avoid any hardship, the candidates who fulfil all other criteria mentioned in these Regulations, as on and till the date on which these regulations are notified, can be considered for promotion from the date, on or after the date, on which they fulfil these eligibility conditions.
II. The Selection Committee specifications as contained in Clauses 5.1 to 5.4 shall be applicable to all direct recruitments of faculty positions and equivalent cadres and Career Advancement promotions from Assistant Professor to Associate Professor, from Associate Professor to Professor, Professor to Senior Professor (in University) and for equivalent cadres.
III. The CAS promotion from a lower stage to a higher stage of Assistant Professor shall be conducted through a “Screening-cum-Evaluation Committee”, following the criteria laid down in Table1 of Appendix II.
IV. The promotion under the CAS being a personal promotion to a teacher holding a substantive sanctioned post, on his/her superannuation, the said post shall revert back to its original cadre.
V. For the promotion under the CAS, the applicant teacher must be on the role and in active service of the University/College on the date of consideration by the Selection Committee.
VI. The candidate shall offer himself/herself for assessment for promotion, if he/she fulfils the minimum grading specified in the relevant Assessment Criteria and Methodology Tables, by submitting an application and the required Assessment Criteria and Methodology Proforma. He/she can do so three months before the due date. The university shall send a general circular twice a year, inviting applications for the CAS promotions from the eligible candidates.
i) If a candidate applies for promotion on completion of the minimum eligibility period and is successful, the date of promotion shall be from that of minimum period of eligibility.
ii) If, however, the candidate finds that he/she would fulfils the CAS promotion criteria, as defined in Tables 1, 2, 4, and 5 of Appendix II at a later date and applies on that date and is successful, his/her promotion shall be effected from that date of the candidate fulfilling the eligibility criteria.
iii) The candidate who does not succeed in the first assessment, he/she shall have to be re-assessed only after one year. When such a candidate succeeds in the eventual assessment, his/her promotion shall be deemed to be one year from the date of rejection.

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VII. Regarding the cases pending for promotions from one Academic Level/Grade Pay to another Academic Level/Grade Pay under the Career Advancement Scheme provided under the UGC Regulations on Minimum Qualifications for Appointment of Teachers and other Academic Staff in Universities and Colleges and Measures for the Maintenance of Standards in Higher Education 2010 and its subsequent amendments, the teachers shall be given the option to be considered for the promotion from one Academic Level/Grade Pay to another Academic Level/Grade Pay as per the following:
(a) The teachers shall be considered for promotion from one Academic Level/Grade Pay to another as per the CAS under these Regulations.
OR
(b) The faculty members shall be considered for the promotion from one Academic Level/Grade Pay to another as per the CAS provided under the UGC Regulations on Minimum Qualifications for Appointment of Teachers and other Academic Staff in Universities and Colleges and Measures for the Maintenance of Standards in Higher Education 2010 and its amendments with relaxation in the requirements of Academic Performance Indicators (API) based Performance Based Appraisal System (PBAS) upto the date of notification of these Regulations.
The relaxation in the requirements of Academic Performance Indicators (API) based Performance Based Appraisal System (PBAS) upto the date of notification of these Regulations for the promotion from one Academic Level/Grade Pay to another under CAS as provided in UGC Regulations on Minimum Qualifications for Appointment of Teachers and other Academic Staff in Universities and Colleges and Measures for the Maintenance of Standards in Higher Education 2010 and its amendments, is defined as under :
i. Exemption from scoring under Category I, as defined in Appendix III of said above mentioned UGC Regulations on Minimum Qualifications for Appointment of Teachers and other Academic Staff in Universities and Colleges and Measures for the Maintenance of Standards in Higher Education 2010 and its amendments including University Grants Commission (Minimum Qualifications for Appointment of Teachers and other Academic Staff in Universities and Colleges and Measures for the Maintenance of Standards in Higher Education) (4th Amendment), Regulations, 2016, for faculty and other equivalent cadre positions.
ii. Scoring in Category II and Category III for faculty and other equivalent cadre positions shall be as provided for in the UGC Regulations on Minimum Qualifications for Appointment of Teachers and other Academic Staff in Universities and Colleges and Measures for the Maintenance of Standards in Higher Education 2010 with the following combined minimum API score requirement for Category II and Category III taken together, as mentioned below.
Note: There shall be no minimum API score requirement for Category II and Category III individually.
TABLE-A
(Minimum API requirement for the promotion of teachers under CAS in university departments)

S.No. Assistant Professor (Stage 1/ AGP Rs.6000/- to Stage 2/AGP Rs.7000/-) Assistant Professor (Stage 2/ AGP Rs.7000/- to Stage 3/AGP Rs.8000/-) Assistant Professor (Stage 3/ AGP Rs.8000/) to Associate Professor (Stage 4/AGP Rs.9000/-) Associate Professor (Stage 4/ AGP Rs.9000/- to
Professor (Stage 5/AGP Rs.10000/-)
1 Research and Academic contribution (Category III) 40/assessment period 100/assessment period 90/assessment period 120/assessment period
2 Expert assessment system Screening Committee Screening Committee Selection Committee Selection Committee

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Table-B
(Minimum API requirement for the promotion of teachers under CAS in colleges (UG & PG)

S.No. Assistant Professor (Stage 1/ AGP Rs.6000/- to
Stage 2/AGP Rs.7000/-) Assistant Professor (Stage 2/ AGP Rs.7000/- to
Stage 3/AGP Rs.8000/-) Assistant Professor (Stage 3/ AGP Rs.8000/-) to
Associate Professor (Stage 4/AGP Rs.9000/-) Associate Professor (Stage 4/ AGP Rs.9000/- to Professor (Stage 5/AGP Rs.10000/-)
1 Research and Academic contribution (Category III) 20/assessment period 50/assessment period 45/assessment period 60/assessment period
2 Expert assessment system Screening Committee Screening Committee Selection Committee Selection Committee

Table-C
(Minimum API requirement for the promotion of Library staff under CAS in Universities)

S.N Assistant Librarian (Stage 1/ AGP Rs.6000/-
to Stage 2/AGP Rs.7000/-) Assistant Librarian (Stage 2/ AGP Rs.7000/- to Stage 3/AGP Rs.8000/-) Assistant Librarian (Selection Grade/Deputy Librarian) (Stage 3/ AGP Rs.8000/-) to
Deputy Librarian (Stage 4/AGP Rs.9000/-) Deputy Librarian (Stage 4/AGP Rs. 9000/-) to
Deputy Librarian (Stage 5 AGP Rs10,000/-)
1 Research and Academic contribution (Category III) 40/assessment period 100/assessment period 90/assessment period 120 per assessment period
2 Expert assessment system Screening Committee Screening Committee Selection Committee Selection committee

Table-D
(Minimum API requirement for the promotion of Library staff under CAS in Colleges)

S.No. Assistant Librarian (Stage 1/ AGP Rs.6000/- to
Stage 2/AGP Rs.7000/-) Assistant Librarian (Stage 2/ AGP Rs.7000/- to
Stage 3/AGP Rs.8000/-) Assistant Librarian (Selection Grade/Deputy Librarian) (Stage 3/ AGP Rs.8000/-) to Deputy Librarian (Stage 4/AGP Rs.9000/-)
1 Research and Academic contribution (Category III) 20/assessment period 50/assessment period 45/assessment period
2 Expert assessment system Screening Committee Screening Committee Selection Committee

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Table-E
(Minimum API requirement for the promotion of University Director/Deputy Director/Assistant Director, Physical Education and Sports)

S.No. Assistant Director (Stage 1/ AGP Rs.6000/- to Stage 2/AGP Rs.7000/-) Assistant Director (Stage 2/ AGP Rs.7000/-) to Assistant Director (Selection Grade)/Deputy Director (Stage 3/AGP Rs.8000/-) Assistant Director (Selection Grade)/Deputy Director (Stage 3/ AGP Rs.8000/-) to
Deputy Director
(Stage 4/AGP Rs.9000/-) Deputy Director (Stage 4/AGP Rs. 9000/-) to Deputy Director (Stage 5 AGP Rs10,000/-)
1 Research and Academic contribution (Category III) 40/assessment period 100/assessment period 90/assessment period 120 per
assessment period
2 Expert assessment system Screening Committee Screening Committee Selection Committee Selection committee

Table-F
(Minimum API requirement for the promotion of College Director, Physical Education and Sports)

S.No. Assistant Director (Stage 1/ AGP
Rs.6000/- to Stage 2/AGP Rs.7000/-) Assistant Director (Stage 2/ AGP Rs.7000/-
) to Assistant Director (Selection Grade)/Deputy Director (Stage 3/AGP Rs.8000/-) Assistant Director (Selection Grade)/Deputy Director (Stage 3/ AGP Rs.8000/-) to Deputy Director (Stage 4/AGP Rs.9000/-
)
1 Research and Academic contribution (Category III) 20/assessment period 50/assessment period 45/assessment period
2 Expert assessment system Screening Committee Screening Committee Selection Committee

VIII. The requirement for Orientation course and Refresher course for promotions due under the CAS shall not be mandatory upto 31st December, 2018.
6.4 STAGES OF PROMOTION UNDER THE CAREER ADVANCEMENT SCHEME OF INCUMBENT AND NEWLY-APPOINTED ASSISTANT PROFESSORS/ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS/PROFESSORS
A. The entry-level Assistant Professors (Level 10) shall be eligible for promotion under the Career Advancement Scheme (CAS) through two successive levels (Level 11 and Level 12), provided they are assessed to fulfill the eligibility and performance criteria as laid down in Clause 6.3. of these Regulations.
B. Career Advancement Scheme (CAS) for Colleges teachers
I. Assistant Professor (Academic Level 10) to Assistant Professor (Senior Scale/Academic Level 11)
Eligibility: Assistant Professors who have completed four years of service and having a Ph.D. degree or five years of service and having a M.Phil. / PG Degree in Professional Courses, such as LLM, M.Tech.,M.V.Sc., M.D., or six years of service for those without Ph.D./M.Phil./ PG Degree in Professional courses.
i. Attended one Orientation course of 21 days’ duration on teaching methodology; and
ii. Any one of the following: Completed one Refresher / Research Methodology Course
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Any two of the following: Workshop, Syllabus Up-gradation Workshop, Training Teaching-Learning- Evaluation, Technology Programmes and Faculty Development Programmes of at least one week (5 days) duration,
OR
Completed one MOOCs course (with e-certification) or development of e-contents in four-quadrants / MOOC‘s course during the assessment period.
CAS Promotion Criteria:
A teacher shall be promoted if;
i. He/she gets ‘satisfactory‘ or ‘good‘ grade in the annual performance assessment reports of at least three/four/five of the last four/five/six years of the assessment period as the case may be, as specified in Appendix II, Table 1, and;
ii. The promotion is recommended by the screening-cum-evaluation committee.
II. Assistant Professor (Senior Scale/Academic Level 11) to Assistant Professor (Selection Grade/Academic Level 12)
Eligibility:
1) Assistant Professors who have completed five years of service in Academic Level 11/Senior Scale.
2) Any two of the following in the last five years of Academic Level-11/ Senior Scale: Completed courses/programmes from among the categories of Refresher Courses/Research Methodology course/Workshops/Syllabus Up Gradation Workshop/ Teaching-Learning-Evaluation/ Technology Programmes/ Faculty Development Programme/ Syllabus Up-gradation Workshop/ Teaching-Learning- Evaluation/ Technology Programmes/ Faculty Development Programmes of at least two weeks (ten days) duration (or completed two courses of at least one week (five days) duration in lieu of every single course/programme of at least two weeks (ten days) duration); or completed MOOCs course in the relevant subject (with e-certification); or Contribution towards development of e-content in 4-quadrant (at least one quadrant) minimum of 10 modules of a course/contribution towards development of at least 10 modules of MOOCs course/ contribution towards conducting of a MOOCs course during the period of assessment.
CAS Promotion Criteria:
A teacher shall be promoted if;
i) The teacher gets ‘satisfactory‘ or ‘good‘ grade in the annual performance assessment reports of at least four of the last five years of the assessment period, (as prescribed in Appendix II,Table 1) and
ii) The promotion is recommended by the Screening-cum-evaluation committee.
III. Assistant Professor (Selection Grade/Academic Level 12) to Associate Professor (Academic Level 13A) Eligibility:
1) Assistant Professor who has completed three years of service in Academic Level 12/Selection-Grade.
2) A Ph.D. degree in subject relevant /allied/relevant discipline.
3) Any one of the following during the last three years: completed one course / programme from amongst the categories of Refresher Courses/ Methodology Workshop/Syllabus Up-gradation Workshop/ Teaching- Learning-Evaluation Technology Programme/ Faculty Development Programme of at least two weeks (ten days) duration (or completed two courses of at least one week (five days) duration in lieu of every single course/programme of at least two weeks (ten days) duration); or completed one MOOCs course (with e- certification); or contribution towards development of e-contents in 4-quadrant(at least one quadrant) minimum of 10 modules of a course/contribution towards development of at least 10 modules of MOOCs course/ contribution towards conduct of a MOOCs course during the period of assessment.
CAS Promotion Criteria:
A teacher may be promoted if;
i) He/she gets a ‘satisfactory‘ or ‘good‘ grade in the annual performance assessment reports of at least two of the last three years of the assessment period as prescribed in Appendix II,Table 1, and
ii) The promotion to the post of Associate Professor is recommended by the selection committee in accordance with these Regulations.

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IV. Associate Professor (Academic Level 13A) to Professor (Academic Level 14) Eligibility:

  1. Associate Professors who have completed three years of service in Academic Level 13A.
  2. A Ph.D. degree in subject relevant/allied/relevant discipline.
  3. A minimum of 10 research publications in peer-reviewed or UGC-listed journals out of which three research papers shall be published during the assessment period.
  4. A minimum of 110 Research Score as per Appendix II,Table 2
    CAS Promotion Criteria:
    A teacher shall be promoted if;
    i) The teacher gets ‘satisfactory‘ or ‘good‘ grade in the annual performance assessment reports of at least two of the last three years of the assessment period, as per Appendix II, Table 1 and at least 110 research score as per Appendix II, Table 2.
    ii) The promotion to the post of Professor is recommended by selection committee constituted in accordance with these Regulations.
    C. Career Advancement Scheme (CAS) for University teachers
    I. Assistant Professor (Academic Level 10) to Assistant Professor (Senior Scale/Academic Level 11) Eligibility:
    i) An Assistant Professor who has completed four years of service with a Ph.D. degree or five years of service with a M.Phil. / PG Degree in Professional Courses, such as LLM, M.Tech, M.V.Sc.and M.D., or six years of service in case of those without a Ph.D./M.Phil./ PG Degree in a Professional course and satisfies the following conditions:
    ii) Attended one Orientation course of 21 days duration on teaching methodology;
    iii) Any one of the following: Completed Refresher/ Research Methodology Course/ Workshop/ Syllabus Up-gradation Workshop/ Training Teaching-Learning-Evaluation, Technology Programmes/ Faculty Development Programmes of at least one week (5 days) duration, or taken one MOOCs course (with e- certification) or development of e-contents in four-quadrants / MOOC‘s course during the assessment period; and
    iv) Published one research publication in the peer-reviewed journals or UGC-listed journals during assessment period.
    CAS Promotion Criteria :
    A teacher shall be promoted if;
    i) He/she gets a ‘satisfactory‘ or ‘good‘ grade in the annual performance assessment reports of at least three/four/five of the last four/five/six years of the assessment period as the case may be (as provided in Appendix II,Table 1), and;
    ii) The promotion is recommended by the screening-cum evaluation committee.
    II. Assistant Professor (Senior Scale/Academic Level 11) to Assistant Professor (Selection Grade/Academic Level 12)
    Eligibility:
    i) Assistant Professors who has completed five years of service in Academic Level 11/Senior Scale.
    ii) A Ph.D. Degree in the subject relevant/allied/relevant discipline.
    iii) Has done any two of the following in the last five years of Academic Level 11/Senior Scale: Completed a course / programme from amongst the categories of Refresher Courses/Research Methodology/ Workshops/ Syllabus Up-gradation Workshop/ Teaching-Learning-Evaluation/ Technology Programmes / Faculty Development Programme of at least two weeks (ten days) duration (or completed two courses of at least one week (five days) duration in lieu of every single course/programme of at least two weeks (ten

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days) duration), or, completed one MOOCs course in the relevant subject (with e-certification); or contribution towards the development of e-content in 4-quadrant (at least one quadrant) minimum of 10 modules of a course/contribution towards the development of at least 10 modules of MOOCs course/ contribution towards conduct of a MOOCs course during the period of assessment.
iv) Published three research papers in the peer-reviewed journals or UGC-listed journals during assessment period.
CAS Promotion Criteria:
A teacher shall be promoted if;
i) The teacher gets a ‘satisfactory‘ or ‘good‘ grade in the annual performance assessment reports of at least four of the last five years of the assessment period, (as prescribed in Appendix II, Table 1) and;
ii) The promotion is recommended by the Screening-cum-evaluation committee.
III. Assistant Professor (Selection Grade/Academic Level 12) to Associate Professor (Academic Level 13A)
1) Assistant Professor who has completed three years of service in Academic Level 12/ Selection grade.
2) A Ph.D Degree in the subject concerned/allied/relevant discipline.
3) Any one of the following during last three years: completed one course / programme from amongst the categories of Refresher Courses/ Research Methodology Workshops/Syllabus Up-gradation Workshop/ Teaching-Learning-Evaluation Technology Programme/ Faculty Development Programme of at least two weeks (ten days) duration (or completed two courses of at least one week (five days) duration in lieu of every single course/programme of at least two weeks (ten days) duration); or completed one MOOCs course (with e- certification); or contribution towards the development of e-content in 4-quadrant (at least one quadrant) minimum of 10 modules of a course/contribution towards development of at least 10 modules of MOOCs course/ contribution towards conduct of a MOOCs course during the period of assessment.
4) A minimum of seven publications in the peer-reviewed or UGC-listed journals out of which three research papers should have been published during the assessment period.
5) Evidence of having guided at least one Ph.D. candidate.
CAS Promotion Criteria:
A teacher shall be promoted if;
i) He/she gets a ‘satisfactory‘ or ‘good‘ grade in the annual performance assessment reports of at least two of the last three years of the assessment period as specified in Appendix II,Table 1, and has a research score of at least 70 as per Appendix II,Table 2.
ii) The promotion is recommended by a selection committee constituted in accordance with these Regulations.
IV. Associate Professor (Academic Level 13A) to Professor (Academic Level 14) Eligibility:
1) An Associate Professor who has completed three years of service in Academic Level 13 A.
2) A Ph.D degree in the subject concerned/allied/relevant discipline.
3) A minimum of ten research publications in the peer- reviewed or UGC-listed journals out of which three research papers should have been published during the assessment period.
4) Evidence of having successfully guided doctoral candidate.
5) A minimum of 110 Research Score as per Appendix II, Table 2.
CAS Promotion Criteria:
A teacher shall be promoted if;
i) He/she gets ‘satisfactory‘ or ‘good‘ grade in the annual performance assessment reports of at least two of the last three years of the assessment period, as per Appendix II,Table 1, and at least 110 research score, as per Appendix II,Table 2.
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V. Professor (Academic Level 14) to Senior Professor (Academic Level 15)
A Professor can be promoted to the post of Senior Professor under the CAS. The promotion shall be based on academic achievement, favourable review from three eminent subject -experts who are not of the rank lower than the rank of a Senior Professor or a Professor having at least ten years’ of experience. The selection shall be based on 10 best publications during the last 10 years and interaction with a Selection Committee constituted in accordance with these Regulations.
Eligibility:
i) Ten years’ experience as a Professor.
ii) A minimum of ten publications in the peer-reviewed or UGC-listed journals and Ph.D. degree has been successfully awarded to two candidates under his/her supervision during the assessment period.
D. Career Advancement Scheme (CAS) for Librarians Note:
i) The following provisions apply only to those persons who are not involved in the teaching of Library Science. Teachers in institutions where Library Science is a teaching department shall be covered by the provisions given under sections 6.4 (B) and 6.4 (C), of these Regulations for Colleges/Institutions and for Universities, respectively.
ii) The Deputy Librarian in Universities shall have two levels i.e. Academic Level 13A and Academic Level 14 while College Librarians shall have five levels i.e. Academic Level 10, Academic Level 11, Academic Level 12, Academic Level 13A and Academic Level 14.
I. From University Assistant Librarian (Academic level 10)/College Librarian (Academic level 10) to University Assistant Librarian (Senior Scale/Academic level 11)/ College Librarian (Senior Scale/Academic level 11):
Eligibility:
An Assistant Librarian/ College Librarian who is in Academic Level 10 and has completed four years of service having a Ph.D. degree in Library Science/ Information Science/ Documentation Science or an equivalent degree or five years’ of experience, having at least a M.Phil.degree, or six years of service for those without a M.Phil or a Ph.D. degree.
(i) He/she has attended at least one Orientation course of 21 days’ duration; and
(ii) Training, Seminar or Workshop on automation and digitalisation, maintenance and related activities, of at least 5 days, as per Appendix II, Table 4.
CAS Promotion Criteria:
An Assistant Librarian/College Librarian may be promoted if:
i) He/she gets a ‘satisfactory‘ or ‘good‘ grade in the annual performance assessment reports of at least three/four/five out of the last four/five/six years of the assessment period as the case may be as specified in Appendix II, Table 4, and
ii) The promotion is recommended by a screening-cum-evaluation committee.
II. From University Assistant Librarian (Senior Scale/Academic level 11)/College Librarian (Senior Scale/Academic level 11) to University Assistant Librarian (Selection Grade/ Academic level 12/ College Librarian (Selection Grade/Academic level 12)
Eligibility:
1) He/she has completed five years of service in that grade.
2) He/she has done any two of the following in the last five years: (i)Training/Seminar/Workshop/Course on automation and digitalisation, (ii)Maintenance and other activities as per Appendix II,Table 4 of at least two weeks (ten days) duration (or completed two courses of at least one week (five days) duration in lieu of every single course/programme of at least two weeks (ten days) duration), (iii) Taken/developed one MOOCs course in the relevant subject (with e-certification), or (iv) Library up-gradation course.

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CAS Promotion Criteria:
An individual shall be promoted if:
i) He/she gets a ‘satisfactory‘ or ‘good‘ grade in the annual performance assessment reports of at least four out of the last five years of the assessment period, as specified in Appendix II,Table 4, and;
ii) The promotion is recommended by a screening-cum-evaluation committee.
III. From University Assistant Librarian (Selection Grade/Academic level 12)/ College Librarian (Selection Grade/Academic level 12) to University Deputy Librarian (Academic Level 13A)/College Librarian (Academic Level 13A)
1) He/she has completed three years of service in that grade.
2) He/she has done any one of the following in the last three years: (i)Training/Seminar/Workshop/Course on automation and digitalization, (ii)Maintenance and related activities as per Appendix II,Table 4 of at least two weeks’ (ten days) duration, (iii) Completed two courses of at least one week (five days) duration in lieu of every single course/programme of at least two weeks (ten days) duration), (iv) Taken/developed one MOOCs course in the relevant subject (with e-certification), and (v) Library up-gradation course.
CAS Promotion Criteria:
An individual shall be promoted if:
i) He/she gets a ‘satisfactory‘ or ‘good‘ grade in the annual performance assessment reports of at least two out of the last three years of the assessment period, as specified in Appendix II,Table 4; and
ii) The promotion is recommended by a Selection Committee constituted as per these Regulations on the basis of the interview performance.
IV. The criteria for CAS Promotions from University Deputy Librarian/College Librarians (Academic Level 13A) to University Deputy Librarian/College Librarians (Academic Level 14) shall be the following:
1) He/she has completed three years of service in that grade.
2) He/she has done any one of the following in the last three years: (i)Training/Seminar/Workshop/Course on automation and digitalization, (ii)Maintenance and related activities as per Appendix II,Table 4 of at least two weeks’ (ten days) duration, (iii) Completed two courses of at least one week (five days) duration in lieu of every single course/programme of at least two weeks (ten days) duration), (iv) Taken/developed one MOOCs course in the relevant subject (with e-certification), and (v) Library up-gradation course.
3) Evidence of innovative library services, including the integration of ICT in a library.
4) A Ph.D. Degree in Library Science/Information Science/Documentation /archives and Manuscript- Keeping
CAS Promotion Criteria:
An individual shall be promoted if:
i) He/she gets a ‘satisfactory‘ or ‘good‘ grade in the annual performance assessment reports of at least two out of the last three years of the assessment period, as specified in Appendix II,Table 4; and
ii) The promotion is recommended by a Selection Committee constituted as per these Regulations on the basis of the interview performance.
E. Career Advancement Scheme (CAS) for Directors of Physical Education and Sports Note:
i) The following provisions apply only to those personnel who are not involved in teaching physical education and sports. Teachers in institutions where Physical Education and Sports is a teaching department shall be covered by the provisions given under sections 6.4 (B) and 6.4 (C), of these Regulations for Colleges/Institutions and for Universities, respectively.
ii) The Deputy Director Physical Education and Sports in Universities shall have two levels i.e. Academic Level 13A and Academic Level 14 while College Director Physical Education and Sports shall have five levels i.e. Academic Level 10, Academic Level 11, Academic Level 12, Academic Level 13A and Academic Level 14.

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I. From Assistant Director of Physical Education and Sports (Academic Level 10)/College Director of Physical Education and Sports (Academic Level 10) to Assistant Director of Physical Education and Sports (Senior Scale/Academic Level 11) / College Director of Physical Education and Sports (Senior Scale/Academic Level 11)
Eligibility:
i) He/she has completed four years of service with a Ph.D. degree in Physical Education or Physical Education & Sports or Sports Science or five years of service with an M.Phil. degree or six years of service for those without an M.Phil or Ph.D. degree.
ii) He/she has attended one Orientation course of 21 days’ duration; and
iii) He/she has done any one of the following: (a)Completed Refresher / Research Methodology Course/ workshop, (b)Training Teaching-Learning-Evaluation Technology Programme/ Faculty Development Programme of at least 5 days duration and (c) Taken/developed one MOOCs course (with e-certification).
CAS Promotion Criteria:
An individual may be promoted if:
i) He/she gets a ‘satisfactory‘ or ‘good‘ grade in the annual performance assessment reports of at least three/four/five of the last four/five/six years of the assessment period as the case may be, as specified in Appendix II, Table 5; and
ii) The promotion is recommended by a screening-cum-evaluation committee.
II. From Assistant Director of Physical Education and Sports (Senior Scale/Academic Level 11)/ College Director of Physical Education And Sports (Senior Scale/Academic Level 11) to University Assistant Director of Physical Education and Sports (Selection Grade/Academic Level 12) / College Director of Physical Education and Sports (Selection Grade/Academic Level 12)
1) He/she has completed five years of service in that grade.
2) He/she has done any two of the following in the last five years: (i)Completed one course / programme from among the categories of refresher courses, research methodology workshops, (ii)Teaching-Learning-Evaluation Technology Programmes / Faculty Development Programmes of at least two weeks (ten days) duration, (iii)Completed two courses of at least one week(five days) duration in lieu of every single course/programme of at least two weeks (ten days) duration), and (iv) Taken/developed one MOOCs course in the relevant subject (with e-certification).
CAS Promotion Criteria:
An individual may be promoted if;
i) He/she gets a ‘satisfactory‘ or ‘good‘ grade in the annual performance assessment reports of at least four out of the last five years’ of the assessment period as specified in Appendix II,Table 5, and;
ii) The promotion is recommended by a screening-cum-evaluation committee .
III. From University Assistant Director of Physical Education and Sports (Selection Grade/Academic Level 12)/ College Director of Physical Education and Sports (Selection Grade/Academic Level 12) to University Deputy Director of Physical Education and Sports (Academic Level 13 A)/ College Director of Physical Education and Sports (Academic Level 13A)
1) He/she has completed three years of service.
2) He/she has done any one of the following during last three years: (i)Completed one course / programme from among the categories of Refresher Courses, Research Methodology Workshop, (ii)Teaching-Learning- Evaluation Technology Programmes / Faculty Development Programmes of at least two weeks (ten days) duration (or completed two courses of at least one week (five days) duration in lieu of every single course/programme of at least two weeks (ten days) duration), (iii) Taken / developed one MOOCs course in relevant subject (with e-certification).
CAS Promotion Criteria:
An individual may be promoted if;
i) He/she gets a ‘satisfactory‘ or ‘good‘ grade performance assessment reports of at least two out of the last three years of the assessment period as specified in Appendix II,Table 5, and;
ii) The promotion is recommended by a selection committee constituted as per these Regulations on the basis of the interview performance.

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IV. The criteria for CAS Promotions from University Deputy Director Physical Education and Sports/College Director Physical Education and Sports (Academic Level 13A) to University Deputy Director Physical Education and Sports/College Director Physical Education and Sports (Academic Level 14) shall be the following:
1) He/she has completed three years of service.
2) He/she has done any one of the following during last three years: (i)Completed one course / programme from among the categories of Refresher Courses, Research Methodology Workshop, (ii)Teaching- Learning-Evaluation Technology Programmes / Faculty Development Programmes of at least two weeks (ten days) duration (or completed two courses of at least one week (five days) duration in lieu of every single course/programme of at least two weeks (ten days) duration), (iii) Taken / developed one MOOCs course in relevant subject (with e-certification).
3) Evidence of organising competitions and coaching camps of at least two weeks‘ duration.
4) Evidence of having produced good performance of teams/athletes for competitions like state/national/inter- university/combined university, etc.
5) A Ph.D. in Physical Education or Physical Education and Sports or Sports Science.
CAS Promotion Criteria:
An individual may be promoted if;
i) He/she gets a ‘satisfactory‘ or ‘good‘ grade performance assessment reports of at least two out of the last three years of the assessment period as specified in Appendix II,Table 5, and;
ii) The promotion is recommended by a selection committee constituted as per these Regulations on the basis of the interview performance.
6.5. Discretionary award of advance increments for those who enter the profession as Associate Professor or Professor with higher merit, high number of research publications of high quality and experience at the appropriate level, shall be within the competence of the appropriate authority of the University concerned or recruiting institution based on the recommendations of a selection committee while considering the case of individual candidates in the context of the merits of each case, taking into account the pay structure of other teachers in the faculty and other merit- specific factors. Discretionary award of advance increments is not applicable to those entering the profession as Assistant Professor/Assistant Librarian/Assistant Director of Physical Education and Sports and to those who are entitled for grant of advance increments for having acquired a Ph. D., M. Phil. or M.Tech. and LLM degree. However, those entering the service as Assistant Professor/Assistant Librarian/Assistant Director of Physical Education and Sports, having a post-doctoral teaching/research experience, after obtaining a Ph.D. degree and proven credentials, may be eligible for discretionary award of advanced increments to be given to the person, as decided and recorded by the Selection Committee in the minutes of its meeting.
7.0 SELECTION OF PRO-VICE CHANCELLOR / VICE – CHANCELLOR OF UNIVERSITIES:
7.1 PRO-VICE-CHANCELLOR:
The Pro-Vice-Chancellor shall be appointed by the Executive Council on the recommendation of the Vice- Chancellor.
7.2 It shall be the prerogative of the Vice-Chancellor to recommend a person to be the Pro-Vice-Chancellor to the Executive Council. The Pro-Vice-Chancellor shall hold office for a period, which is co-terminus with that of the Vice-Chancellor.
7.3. VICE CHANCELLOR:
i. A person possessing the highest level of competence, integrity, morals and institutional commitment is to be appointed as Vice-Chancellor. The person to be appointed as a Vice-Chancellor should be a distinguished academician, with a minimum of ten years’ of experience as Professor in a University or ten years’ of experience in a reputed research and / or academic administrative organisation with proof of having demonstrated academic leadership.
ii. The selection for the post of Vice-Chancellor should be through proper identification by a Panel of 3-5 persons by a Search-cum-Selection-Committee, through a public notification or nomination or a talent search process or a combination thereof. The members of such Search-cum-Selection Committee shall be

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persons’ of eminence in the sphere of higher education and shall not be connected in any manner with the University concerned or its colleges. While preparing the panel, the Search cum-Selection Committee shall give proper weightage to the academic excellence, exposure to the higher education system in the country and abroad, and adequate experience in academic and administrative governance, to be given in writing along with the panel to be submitted to the Visitor/Chancellor. One member of the Search cum- Selection Committee shall be nominated by the Chairman, University Grants Commission, for selection of Vice Chancellors of State, Private and Deemed to be Universities.
iii. The Visitor/Chancellor shall appoint the Vice Chancellor out of the Panel of names recommended by the Search-cum-Selection Committee.
iv. The term of office of the Vice-Chancellor shall form part of the service period of the incumbent making him/her eligible for all service related benefits.
8.0 DUTY LEAVE, STUDY LEAVE, SABBATICAL LEAVE
8.1 DUTY LEAVE:
i. Duty leave upto 30 days in an academic year may be granted for the following purposes:
(a) Attending Orientation Programme, Refresher Course, Research Methodology Workshop, Faculty Induction Programme, Conference, Congresses, Symposia and Seminar, as a delegate nominated by the university or with the permission of the university/college ;
(b) Delivering lectures in institutions and universities at the invitation of such institutions or universities received by the university, and accepted by the Vice- Chancellor/Principal of the College;
(c) Working in another Indian or foreign university, any other agency, institution or organisation, when so deputed by the university/College;
(d) Participating in a delegation or working on a committee appointed by the Central Government, State Government, the UGC, a sister university or any other similar academic body; and
(e) For performing any other duty assigned to him/her by the university/college.
ii. The duration of leave should be such as may be considered necessary by the sanctioning authority on each occasion.
iii. The leave may be granted on full pay, provided, that if the teacher receives a fellowship or honorarium or any other financial assistance beyond the amount needed for normal expenses, he/she may be sanctioned duty leave on reduced pay and allowances.
iv. Duty leave may be combined with earned leave, half pay leave or extraordinary leave, or Casual leave.
v. Duty leave should be given also for attending meetings in the UGC, DST, etc. where a teacher is invited to share his/her expertise with an academic body, government agency or NGO.
8.2 STUDY LEAVE:
i. The scheme of Study Leave provides an opportunity to avail of scholarships/fellowships awarded to the faculty who wish to acquire new knowledge and to improve analytical skills. When a teacher is awarded a scholarship or stipend (by whatever nomenclature called), for pursing further studies, leading to a Ph.D./Post- doctoral qualification or for undertaking a research project in a higher education institution abroad, the amount of the scholarship/fellowship shall not be linked to the recipient‘s pay/salary paid to him/her by his /her parent institution. The awardee shall be paid salary for the entire duration of fellowship/scholarship, provided, that he/she does not take up any other remunerative jobs, like teaching, in the host country.
ii. A teacher on Study Leave shall not take up, during the period of that leave, any regular or part-time appointment under an organisation in India or abroad. He/she may, however, be allowed to accept a fellowship or a research scholarship or an ad-hoc teaching and research assignment with an honorarium or any other form of assistance, other than the regular employment in an institution either in India or abroad, provided, that the Executive Council/Syndicate of his/her parent institution may, if it so desires, sanction study leave on reduced pay and allowances to the extent of any receipt in this regard, in-lieu of teaching etc., which may be determined by his/her employer.

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iii. The study leave shall be granted to an entry-level appointee as Assistant Professor/Assistant Librarian/Assistant Director of Physical Education and Sport/College DPE&S (other than as Associate Professor or Professor of a University/College/Institution, who is otherwise eligible for sabbatical leave) after a minimum of three years of continuous service, to pursue a special line of study or research directly related to his/her work in the University/College/Institution or to make a special study of the various aspects of University organisation and methods of education, giving full plan of the work.
iv. The study leave shall be granted by the Executive Council/Syndicate on the recommendation of the Head of the Department concerned. The leave shall not be granted for more than three years in one spell, save in exceptional cases, in which the Executive Council/Syndicate is satisfied that such extension is unavoidable on academic grounds and necessary in the interest of the University/College/Institution.
v. The study leave shall not be granted to a teacher who is due to retire within five years of the date on which he/she is expected to return to duty after the expiry of study leave.
vi. The study leave shall be granted not more than twice during one‘s entire career. However, the maximum period of study leave admissible during the entire service shall not exceed five years.
vii. The study leave may be granted more than once, provided, that not less than five years have elapsed after the teacher/returned to duty on completion of the earlier spell of study leave. For subsequent spell of study leave, the teacher shall indicate the work done during the period of earlier leave as also give details of work to be done during the proposed spell of study leave.
viii. No teacher who has been granted study leave shall be permitted to alter substantially the course of study or the programme of research without the permission of the Executive Council/Syndicate, in the event the course of study falls short of study leave sanctioned, the teacher shall resume duty on the conclusion of the course of study unless the previous approval of the Executive Council/Syndicate to treat the period of short- fall as Extra-Ordinary leave has been obtained.
ix. Subject to the maximum period of absence from duty, on leave not exceeding three years, the study leave may be combined with the earned leave, half-pay leave, extra-ordinary leave of vacation provided that the earned leave at the credit of the teacher shall be availed of at the discretion of the teacher. When the study leave is taken in continuation of vacation, the period of study leave shall be deemed to begin to run on the expiry of the vacation. A teacher, who is selected to a higher post during the study leave, shall be placed in that position and shall get the higher scale only after joining the post.
x. The period of study leave shall count as service for purpose of the retirement benefits (pension/contributory provident fund), provided that the teacher rejoins the University/College/Institution on the expiry of his/her study leave, and serve the institution for the period for which the Bond has been executed.
xi. The study leave granted to a teacher shall be deemed to have been cancelled in case it is not availed of within 12 months of its sanction, provided, that where the study leave granted has been so cancelled. The teacher may apply again for such leave.
xii. A teacher availing himself/herself of the study leave, shall undertake that he/she shall serve the University/College/Institution for a continuous period of at least three years to be calculated from the date of his/her resuming duty on the expiry of the study leave.
xiii. A teacher –
(a) who is unable to complete his/her studies within the period of study leave granted to him/her or
(b) who fails to rejoin the services of the University on the expiry of his/her study leave or
(c) who rejoins the service of the university but leaves the service without completing the prescribed period of service after rejoining the service or
(d) who, within the said period, is dismissed or removed from the service by the University shall be liable to refund, to the University/College/Institution, the amount of the leave salary and allowances and other expenses, incurred on the teacher or paid to him/her or on his/her behalf in connection with the course of study.

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Explanation:
If a teacher asks for extension of the study leave and is not granted the extension but does not rejoin duty on the expiry of the leave originally sanctioned, he/she shall be deemed to have failed to rejoin the service on the expiry of his/her leave for the purpose of recovery of dues under these Regulations.
Notwithstanding the above provision, the Executive Council/Syndicate may order that nothing in these Regulations shall apply to a teacher who, within three years of return to duty from study leave is permitted to retire from service on medical grounds, provided further that the Executive Council/Syndicate may, in any other exceptional case, waive or reduce, for reasons to be recorded the amount refundable by a teacher under these Regulations.
xiv. After the leave has been sanctioned, the teacher shall, before availing himself/herself of the leave, execute a bond in favour of the University/College/Institution, binding himself/herself for the due fulfillment of the conditions laid down in paragraph (x) to (xiii) above and give security of immovable property to the satisfaction of the Finance Officer/Treasurer or a fidelity bond of an insurance company or a guarantee by a scheduled bank or furnish security of two permanent teachers for the amount which might become refundable to the University/College/Institutions in accordance with paragraph (x) to (xiii) above.
xv. The teacher on study leave shall submit to the Registrar/Principal of his/her parent University/College/Institution six-monthly reports of progress in his/her studies from his/her supervisor or the Head of the institution. Such report shall reach the Registrar/Principal within one month of the expiry of every six months of the period of the study leave. If the report does not reach the Registrar/Principal within the specified time, the payment of leave salary may be deferred till the receipt of such report.
xvi. The teacher on leave shall submit a comprehensive report on the completion of the study leave period. A copy of the research document/monograph/academic paper produced during the period of the study leave shall be put in the public domain, preferably on the website of the University/College/Institution.
xvii. With a view to enhancing the knowledge and skills of the faculty members, especially the junior faculty, at the level of Assistant Professor, the Heads of universities/Colleges/Institutions and their subordinate Departments are enjoined to be generous in the award of study leave in the interest of faculty improvement, thereby impacting the academic standards of the University/College/Institution in the long run.
8.3 Sabbatical Leave:
i) The permanent, whole-time teachers of the university and colleges who have completed seven years’ of service as a Reader/Associate Professor or a Professor may be granted sabbatical leave to undertake study or research or any other academic pursuit solely for the object of increasing their proficiency and usefulness to the university and higher education system. The duration of leave shall not exceed one year, at a time, and two years in the entire career of the teacher.
ii) A teacher, who has availed himself/herself of study leave, would not be entitled to the sabbatical leave, until after the expiry of five years from the date of the teacher‘s return from previous study leave or any other kind of training programme of duration of one year or more.
iii) A teacher shall, during the period of sabbatical leave, be paid full pay and allowances (subject to the prescribed conditions being fulfilled) at the rates applicable to him/her immediately prior to his/her proceeding on sabbatical leave.
iv) A teacher on sabbatical leave shall not take up, during the period of that leave, any regular appointment under another organisation in India or abroad. He/she may, however, be allowed to accept a fellowship or a research scholarship or ad hoc teaching and research assignment with honorarium or any other form of assistance, other than the regular employment in an institution of advanced studies, provided that in such cases the Executive Council/Syndicate may, if it so desires, sanction the sabbatical leave on reduced pay and allowances.
v) During the period of sabbatical leave, the teacher shall be allowed to draw the increment on the due date. The period of leave shall also count as service for purposes of pension/contributory provident fund, provided that the teacher rejoins the university on the expiry of his/her leave.

8.4 Other Kinds of Leave Rules for Permanent Teachers of the Universities / Colleges The following kinds of leave would be admissible to permanent teachers:
(i) Leave treated as duty, viz. casual leave, special casual leave, and duty leave;
(ii) Leave earned by duty, viz. earned leave, half-pay leave, and commuted leave;
(iii) Leave not earned by duty, viz. extraordinary leave; and leave not due;
(iv) Leave not debited to leave account
(v) Leave for academic pursuits, viz. study leave, sabbatical leave and academic leave;
(vi) Leave on grounds of health, viz., maternity leave and quarantine leave.
(b) The Executive Council/Syndicate may grant, in exceptional cases, for the reasons to be recorded, any other kind of leave, subject to such terms and conditions as it may deem fit to impose.
I. Casual Leave
(i) The total casual leave granted to a teacher shall not exceed eight days in an academic year.
(ii) Casual leave cannot be combined with any other kind of leave except special casual leave. However, such casual leave may be combined with holidays including Sundays. Holidays or Sundays falling within the period of casual leave shall not be counted as casual leave.
II. Special Casual Leave
(i) Special casual leave, not exceeding 10 days in an academic year, may be granted to a teacher:
(a) To conduct examination of a university/Public Service Commission/Board of Examination or any other similar body/institution; and
(b) To inspect academic institutions attached to a statutory board.
(ii) In computing the 10 days’ leave admissible, the days of actual journey, if any, to and from the places where activities specified above, take place, will be excluded.
(iii) In addition, special casual leave to the extent mentioned below, may also be granted;
(a) To undergo sterilization operation (vasectomy or salpingectomy) under family welfare programme.
Leave in this case shall be restricted to six working days; and
(b) To a female teacher who undergoes non-puerperal sterilization. Leave in this case shall be restricted to 14 days.
(iv) The special casual leave shall not accumulate, nor can it be combined with any other kind of leave except the casual leave. It may be granted in combination with holidays or vacation by the sanctioning authority on each occasion.
III. Earned Leave
(i) Earned leave admissible to a teacher shall be:
(a) 1/30th of the actual service, including vacation; plus
(b) 1/3rd of the period, if any, during which he/she is required to perform duty during the vacation.
For purposes of computation of the period of actual service, all periods’ of leave except casual, special casual, and duty leave, shall be excluded.
(ii) Earned leave at the credit of a teacher shall not accumulate beyond 300 days. The maximum period of earned leave that may be sanctioned at a time shall not exceed 60 days. Earned leave exceeding 60 days may, however, be sanctioned in the case of higher study, or training, or leave with medical certificate, or when the entire leave, or a portion thereof, is spent outside India.
For removal of doubt, it may be clarified :

  1. When a teacher combines vacation with earned leave, the period of vacation shall be reckoned as leave in calculating the maximum amount of leave on average pay which may be included in the particular period of leave.

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  1. In case where only a portion of the leave is spent outside India, the grant of leave in excess of 120 days shall be subject to the condition that the portion of the leave spent in India shall not, in the aggregate, exceed 120 days.
  2. Encashment of earned leave shall be allowed to members of the teaching staff as applicable to the employees of the Central Government or State Government.
    IV. Half-pay Leave
    Half-pay leave may be sanctioned for a period of 20 days to a permanent teacher for each completed year of service. Such leave may be granted on the basis of a medical certificate from a registered medical practitioner, for any private affairs or for any academic purpose.
    Explanation:
    A “completed year of service” means the continuous service of a specified duration under the university, and includes the periods of absence from duty as well as leave, including the extraordinary leave.
    Note : Half-pay leave shall be combined with earned leave for calculating the number of earned leaves in case the number of earned leaves are less than 300 for purpose of encashment of leave at the time of superannuation as applicable to the employees of Government of India/State Government.
    V. Commuted Leave
    Commuted leave, not exceeding half the amount of half-pay leave due, may be granted to a permanent teacher on the basis of medical certificate from a registered medical practitioner subject to the following conditions:
    (i) Commuted leave during the entire service shall be limited to a maximum of 240 days;
    (ii) When commuted leave is granted, twice the amount of such leave shall be debited against the half-pay leave account; and
    (iii) The total duration of earned leave and commuted leave taken in conjunction shall not exceed 240 days, at a time;
    Provided that no commuted leave shall be granted under these Regulations, unless the authority competent to sanction leave has reason to believe that the teacher would return to duty on its expiry.
    VI. Extraordinary Leave
    (i) A permanent teacher may be granted extraordinary leave when:
    (a) No other leave is admissible; or
    (b) Other leave is admissible and the teacher applies in writing for the grant of extraordinary leave.
    (ii) The extraordinary leave shall always be without pay and allowances. It shall not count for an increment except in the following cases:
    (a) Leave taken on the basis of medical certificates;
    (b) Cases where the Vice-Chancellor/Principal is satisfied that the leave was taken due to causes beyond the control of the teacher, such as inability to join or rejoin duty due to civil commotion or
    .a natural calamity, and the teacher has no other kind of leave to his credit;
    (c) Leave taken for pursuing higher studies; and
    (d) Leave granted to accept an invitation to a teaching post or fellowship or research-cum- teaching post or on assignment for technical or academic work of importance.
    (iii) Extraordinary leave may be combined with any other leave except the casual leave and special casual leave, provided that the total period of continuous absence from duty on leave (including periods of vacation when such vacation is taken in conjunction with leave) shall not exceed three years, except in cases where the leave is taken on medical certificate. The total period of absence from duty shall in no case, exceed five years in the entire service period of the individual.
    (iv) The authority empowered to grant leave may commute retrospectively the periods of absence without the leave into extraordinary leave.

VII. ‘Leave Not Due’
(i) ‘Leave not due’, may, at the discretion of the Vice-Chancellor/Principal, be granted to a permanent teacher for a period not exceeding 360 days during the entire period of service, out of which not more than 90 days at a time and 180 days, in all, may be otherwise than on a medical certificate. Such leave shall be debited against the half-pay leave earned by him/her subsequently.
(ii) ‘Leave not due’ shall not be granted, unless the Vice-Chancellor/Principal is satisfied that as far as can reasonably be foreseen, the teacher will return to duty on the expiry of the leave and earn the leave granted.
(iii) A teacher to whom ‘leave not due’ is granted shall not be permitted to tender his/her resignation from service so long as the debit balance in his/her leave account is not wiped off by active service, or he/she refunds the amount paid to him/her as pay and allowances for the period not so earned. In a case where retirement is unavoidable on account of reason of ill-health, incapacitating the teacher for further service, refund of leave salary for the period of leave yet to be earned may be waived by the Executive Council/College Governing Body.
Provided that the Executive Council/College Governing Body may waive off, in any other exceptional case, for reasons to be recorded in writing, the refund of leave salary for the period of leave yet to be earned.
VIII. Maternity Leave
(i) Maternity leave on full pay may be granted to a woman teacher for a period not exceeding 180 days, to be availed of twice in the entire career. Maternity leave may also be granted in case of miscarriage, including abortion, subject to the condition that the total leave granted in respect of this to a woman teacher in her career is not more than 45 days, and the application for leave is supported by a medical certificate.
(ii) Maternity leave may be combined with any earned leave, half-pay leave or extraordinary leave, but any leave applied for in continuation of the maternity leave may be granted if the request is supported by a medical certificate.
IX. Child-care Leave
Woman teachers having any minor child/children may be granted leave up to a period of two years for taking care of the minor child/children. The child-care leave for a maximum period of two years (730 days) may be granted to the woman teachers during entire service period in lines with the Central Government woman employees. In the cases, where the child-care leave is granted for more than 45 days, the University/College/Institution may appoint a part-time / guest substitute teacher with intimation to the UGC.
X. Paternity Leave
Paternity leave of 15 days may be granted to male teachers during the confinement of their wife, and such leave shall be granted only up to two children.
XI. Adoption leave
Adoption leave may be provided as per the rules of the Central Government.
XII. Surrogacy leave
Leave for Surrogacy shall be applicable as per the Rules, Regulations and Norms as laid down by the Government of India.

  1. Research Promotion Grant
    The UGC or the respective agency (Central/State Governments) may provide a start-up grant at the level of Rs.
    3.0 lakhs in Social Sciences, Humanities and Languages and Rs. 6.0 lakhs in Sciences and Technology to teachers and other non-vocational academic staff to take up research immediately after their appointment.
    9.1 Consultancy Assignments
    The consultancy rules, terms, conditions and the model of revenue sharing between institutions and consultant- teachers shall be as per the UGC Consultancy Rules to be provided separately.

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10.0 Counting of Past Services for Direct Recruitment and Promotion under CAS
Previous regular service, whether national or international, as Assistant Professor, Associate Professor or Professor or equivalent in a University, College, National Laboratories or other scientific/professional organisations such as the CSIR, ICAR, DRDO, UGC, ICSSR, ICHR, ICMR and DBT, should count for the direct recruitment and promotion under the CAS of a teacher as Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, Professor or any other nomenclature, provided that:
(a) The essential qualifications of the post held were not lower than the qualifications prescribed by the UGC for Assistant Professor, Associate Professor and Professor, as the case may be.
(b) The post is/was in an equivalent grade or of the pre-revised scale of pay as the post of Assistant Professor (Lecturer) Associate Professor (Reader) and Professor.
(c) The concerned Assistant Professor, Associate Professor and Professor should possess the same minimum qualifications as prescribed by the UGC for appointment to the post of Assistant Professor, Associate Professor and Professor, as the case may be.
(d) The post was filled in accordance with the prescribed selection procedure as laid down in the Regulations of the University/State Government/Central Government/ Institutions concerned, for such appointments.
(e) The previous appointment was not as guest lecturer for any duration.
(f) The previous Ad-hoc or Temporary or contractual service (by whatever nomenclature it may be called) shall be counted for direct recruitment and for promotion, provided that:
(i) the essential qualifications of the post held were not lower than the qualifications prescribed by the UGC for Assistant Professor, Associate Professor and Professor, as the case may be
(ii) the incumbent was appointed on the recommendation of a duly constituted Selection Committee/Selection Committee constituted as per the rules of the respective university;
(iii) the incumbent was drawing total gross emoluments not less than the monthly gross salary of a regularly appointed Assistant Professor, Associate Professor and Professor, as the case may be; and
(g) No distinctions shall be made with reference to the nature of management of the institution where previous service was rendered (private/local body/Government), while counting the past service under this clause.
11.0 Period of Probation and Confirmation
11.1 The minimum period of probation of a teacher shall be one year, extendable by a maximum period of one more year in case of unsatisfactory performance.
11.2 The teacher on probation shall be confirmed at the end of one year, unless extended by another year through a specific order, before expiry of the first year.
11.3 Subject to Clause 11 of this Regulation, it is obligatory on the part of the university/the concerned institution to issue an order of confirmation to the incumbents within 45 days of completion of the probation period after following the due process of verification of satisfactory performance.
11.4 The probation and confirmation rules shall be applicable only at the initial stage of recruitment, issued from time to time, by the Central Government.
11.5 All other Central Government rules on probation and confirmation shall be applicable mutatis mutandis.
12.0 Creation and Filling-up of Teaching Posts
12.1 Teaching posts in universities, as far as feasible, may be created in a pyramidal order, for instance, for one post of Professor, there shall be two posts of Associate Professors and four posts of Assistant Professor, per department.
12.2 All the sanctioned/approved posts in the university system shall be filled up on an urgent basis.
13.0 Appointments on Contract Basis
The teachers should be appointed on contract basis only when it is absolutely necessary and when the student- teacher ratio does not satisfy the laid-down norms. In any case, the number of such appointments should not exceed 10% of the total number of faculty positions in a College/University. The qualifications and selection procedure for appointing them should be the same as those applicable to a regularly-appointed teacher. The fixed emoluments paid to such contract teachers should not be less than the monthly gross salary of a regularly- appointed Assistant Professor. Such appointments should not be made initially for more than one academic session, and the performance of any such entrant teacher should be reviewed for academic performance before reappointing him/her on contract basis for another session. Such appointments on contract basis may also be resorted to when absolutely necessary to fill vacancies arising due to maternity leave, child-care leave, etc.
14.0 Teaching Days
14.1 The Universities/Colleges must have at least 180 teaching, i.e., there should be a minimum of 30 weeks of actual teaching in a 6-day week. Of the remaining period, 12 weeks may be devoted to admission and examination activities, and non-instructional days for co-curricular, sports, college day, etc., 8 weeks for vacations and 2 weeks may be attributed to various public holidays. If the University adopts a 5 day week pattern, then the number of weeks should be increased correspondingly to ensure the equivalent of 30 weeks of actual teaching, with a 6-day week.
The above provision is summarised as follows:

Number of weeks : 6-days a week pattern Number of weeks : 5-days a week pattern

Categorisation University College University College
Teaching and Learning Process 30
(180 days) weeks 30
(180 days)weeks 36
(180 days) weeks 36
(180 days) weeks
Admissions, Examinations, and preparation for Examination 12 10 8 8
Vacations 8 10 6 6
Public Holidays
(to increase and adjust teaching days accordingly) 2 2 2 2
Total 52 52 52 52

14.2 In-lieu of the curtailment of vacation by 2 weeks, the university teachers may be credited with1/3rd of the period of their earned leave. However, colleges may have an option of a total vacation of 10 weeks in a year and no earned leave except when required to work during the vacations for which, as in the case of University teachers, 1/3rd of the period shall be credited as Earned Leave.
15.0 Workload
15.1 The workload of the teachers in full employment should not be less than Forty hours a week for Thirty working weeks (One Hundred and Eighty teaching days) in an academic year. It should be necessary for the teacher to be available for at least Five hours daily in the University/College. Teachers shall devote at least Two hours per day for mentoring of students (minimum Fifteen students per coordinator) for Community Development/Extra- Curricular Activities/library consultation/research in case of Under-Graduate Courses and/or at least Two hours per day for research in case of Post-Graduate courses, for which the necessary space and infrastructure shall be provided by the University/College. The direct teaching-learning work load should be as follows:
Assistant Professor – 16 hours per week
Associate Professor/Professor – 14 hours per week
15.2 Professors/ Associate Professors/ Assistant Professors involved in administration/ extension work can devote two hours per week from the teaching and learning hours.
16.0 Service Agreement and Fixing of Seniority
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16.2. The self-appraisal methodology, as per Clause 6.0 and its sub-clauses and Clauses 6.1 to 6.4 and all the sub- clauses contained therein and as per Tables 1 to 5 of Appendix II, as per eligibility, shall form part of the service agreement/record.
16.3 Inter-se seniority between the direct recruited and teachers promoted under CAS
The inter-se seniority of a direct recruit shall be determined with reference to the date of joining and for the teachers promoted under the CAS with reference to the date of eligibility as indicated in the recommendations of the selection committee of the respective candidates. The rules and regulations of the respective Central/State Government shall apply, for all other matters of seniority.
17.0 Code of Professional Ethics
I. Teachers and their Responsibilities :
Whoever adopts teaching as a profession assumes the obligation to conduct himself / herself in accordance with the ideal of the profession. A teacher is constantly under the scrutiny of his students and the society at large. Therefore, every teacher should see that there is no incompatibility between his precepts and practice. The national ideals of education which have already been set forth and which he/she should seek to inculcate among students must be his/her own ideals. The profession further requires that the teacher should be calm, patient and communicative by temperament and amiable in disposition.
Teacher should:
(i) Adhere to a responsible pattern of conduct and demeanor expected of them by the community;
(ii) Manage their private affairs in a manner consistent with the dignity of the profession;
(iii) Seek to make professional growth continuous through study and research;
(iv) Express free and frank opinion by participation at professional meetings, seminars, conferences etc., towards the contribution of knowledge;
(v) Maintain active membership of professional organisations and strive to improve education and profession through them;
(vi) Perform their duties in the form of teaching, tutorials, practicals, seminars and research work, conscientiously and with dedication;
(vii) Discourage and not indulge in plagiarism and other non ethical behaviour in teaching and research;
(viii) Abide by the Act, Statute and Ordinance of the University and to respect its ideals, vision, mission, cultural practices and tradition;
(ix) Co-operate and assist in carrying out the functions relating to the educational responsibilities of the college and the university, such as: assisting in appraising applications for admission, advising and counselling students as well as assisting the conduct of university and college examinations, including supervision, invigilation and evaluation; and
(x) Participate in extension, co-curricular and extra-curricular activities, including the community service.
II. Teachers and Students Teachers should:
(i) Respect the rights and dignity of the student in expressing his/her opinion;
(ii) Deal justly and impartially with students regardless of their religion, caste, gender, political, economic, social and physical characteristics;
(iii) Recognise the difference in aptitude and capabilities among students and strive to meet their individual needs;
(iv) Encourage students to improve their attainments, develop their personalities and at the same time contribute to community welfare;
(v) Inculcate among students scientific temper, spirit of inquiry and ideals of democracy, patriotism, social justice, environmental protection and peace;
(vi) Treat the students with dignity and not behave in a vindictive manner towards any of them for any reason;

(vii) Pay attention to only the attainment of the student in the assessment of merit;
(viii) Make themselves available to the students even beyond their class hours and help and guide students without any remuneration or reward;
(ix) Aid students to develop an understanding of our national heritage and national goals; and
(x) Refrain from inciting students against other students, colleagues or administration.
III. Teachers and Colleagues Teachers should:
(i) Treat other members of the profession in the same manner as they themselves wish to be treated;
(ii) Speak respectfully of other teachers and render assistance for professional betterment;
(iii) Refrain from making unsubstantiated allegations against colleagues to higher authorities; and
(iv) Refrain from allowing considerations of caste, creed, religion, race or sex in their professional endeavour.
IV. Teachers and Authorities :
Teachers should:
(i) Discharge their professional responsibilities according to the existing rules and adhere to procedures and methods consistent with their profession in initiating steps through their own institutional bodies and / or professional organisations for change of any such rule detrimental to the professional interest;
(ii) Refrain from undertaking any other employment and commitment, including private tuitions and coaching classes which are likely to interfere with their professional responsibilities;
(iii) Co-operate in the formulation of policies of the institution by accepting various offices and discharge responsibilities which such offices may demand;
(iv) Co-operate through their organisations in the formulation of policies of the other institutions and accept offices;
(v) Co-operate with the authorities for the betterment of the institutions keeping in view the interest and in conformity with the dignity of the profession;
(vi) Adhere to the terms of contract;
(vii) Give and expect due notice before a change of position takes place; and
(viii) Refrain from availing themselves of leave except on unavoidable grounds and as far as practicable with prior intimation, keeping in view their particular responsibility for completion of academic schedule.
V. Teachers and Non-Teaching Staff :
Teachers should :
(i) Treat the non-teaching staff as colleagues and equal partners in a cooperative undertaking, within every educational institution;
(ii) Help in the functioning of joint-staff councils covering both the teachers and the non-teaching staff.
VI. Teachers and Guardians Teachers should:
(i) Try to see through teachers’ bodies and organisations, that institutions maintain contact with the guardians, their students, send reports of their performance to the guardians whenever necessary and meet the guardians in meetings convened for the purpose for mutual exchange of ideas and for the benefit of the institution.
VII. Teachers and Society Teachers should:
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(ii) Work to improve education in the community and strengthen the community’s moral and intellectual life ;
(iii) Be aware of social problems and take part in such activities as would be conducive to the progress of society and hence the country as a whole;
(iv) Perform the duties of citizenship, participate in community activities and shoulder responsibilities of public offices;
(v) Refrain from taking part in or subscribing to or assisting in any way activities, which tend to promote feeling of hatred or enmity among different communities, religions or linguistic groups but actively work for national integration.
The Vice-Chancellor/Pro-Vice-Chancellor/Rector
The Vice-Chancellor/Pro-Vice-Chancellor/Rector should :
(a) Provide inspirational and motivational value-based academic and executive leadership to the university through policy formation, operational management, optimization of human resources and concern for environment and sustainability;
(b) Conduct himself/herself with transparency, fairness, honesty, highest degree of ethics and decision making that is in the best interest of the university;
(c) Act as steward of the university’s assets in managing the resources responsibility, optimally, effectively and efficiently for providing a conducive working and learning environment;
(d) Promote the collaborative, shared and consultative work culture in the university, paving way for innovative thinking and ideas;
(e) Endeavour to promote a work culture and ethics that brings about quality, professionalism, satisfaction and service to the nation and society.
(f) Refrain from allowing considerations of caste, creed, religion, race, gender or sex in their professional endeavour.
College Principal should;
(a) Provide inspirational and motivational value-based academic and executive leadership to the college through policy formation, operational management, optimization of human resources and concern for environment and sustainability;
(b) Conduct himself/herself with transparency, fairness, honesty, highest degree of ethics and decision making that is in the best interest of the college;
(c) Act as steward of the College’s assets in managing the resources responsibility, optimally, effectively and efficiently for providing a conducive working and learning environment;
(d) Promote the collaborative, shared and consultative work culture in the college, paving way for innovative thinking and ideas;
(e) Endeavour to promote a work culture and ethics that brings about quality, professionalism, satisfaction and service to the nation and society.
(f) Adhere to a responsible pattern of conduct and demeanor expected of them by the community;
(g) Manage their private affairs in a manner consistent with the dignity of the profession;
(h) Discourage and not indulge in plagiarism and other non ethical behaviour in teaching and research;
(i) Participate in extension, co-curricular and extra-curricular activities, including the community service.
(j) Refrain from allowing considerations of caste, creed, religion, race, gender or sex in their professional endeavour.
Director Physical Education and Sports (University/College)/Librarian (University/College) should;
(a) Adhere to a responsible pattern of conduct and demeanor expected of them by the community;
(b) Manage their private affairs in a manner consistent with the dignity of the profession;
(c) Discourage and not indulge in plagiarism and other non ethical behaviour in teaching and research;
(d) Participate in extension, co-curricular and extra-curricular activities, including the community service.

(e) Refrain from allowing considerations of caste, creed, religion, race, gender or sex in their professional endeavour.
18.0 Maintenance of Standards in Higher-Education Institutions:
In order to maintain the academic standards in higher education, the following recommendations shall be adopted by the respective Universities/Colleges/Institutions:
i. The process of evaluation for Ph.D shall be uniform in all the universities in accordance with the respective UGC Regulations and their amendments from time to time, in this regard. The Universities shall adopt these Regulations within six months of their notification.
ii. There shall be special provision of supernumerary Ph.D seats not exceeding 10% of the total seats available in the department, if there is no vacant seat available with the eligible Supervisors in that department, to the in-service teachers for encouraging the faculty members of colleges and universities for getting a Ph.D. degree.
iii. In order to encourage research and increase country‘s research output, Universities shall accord permission and provide need-based facility for college teachers to supervise Ph.D./M.Phil. scholars. Universities shall amend their Statutes and Ordinances accordingly.
iv. All newly-recruited faculty members shall be provided one-time seed money/start up grant/research grant for establishing a basic research/computational facility as per the provisions laid down in these regulations.
v. The Ph.D. degree shall be made a mandatory requirement for recruitment and promotions in accordance with the provisions laid down in these Regulations.
vi. Research clusters shall be created amongst the universities/colleges/research institutions within the state for sharing research facilities, human resources, skills and infrastructure to ensure optimal utilisation of resources and to create synergies among higher education institutions.
vii. An induction programme of one month shall be introduced for all newly-recruited Assistant Professors in the universities /colleges/institutions ideally before the starting of their teaching work, but definitely within one year of the recruitment of the new faculty member. In addition to the Human Resource Development Centres of the UGC, Universities/Institutions with the Pandit Madan Mohan Malviya National Mission on Teachers and Teaching(PMMMNMTT) scheme shall also organize such induction programmes as per their mandate.
viii. These induction programmes shall be treated at par with the Orientation Programmes already being run by the Human Resource Development Centres of the UGC for the purpose of the CAS requirements. Universities/Colleges/Institutions shall send the faculty members to such programmes in a phased manner so that the teaching work does not suffer.
ix. All short-term and long-duration capacity-building programmes for teachers/faculty ranging from one week to one month as well as seminars, workshops in different pedagogic and discipline-specific areas being conducted by centres such as Schools of Education (SoEs), Teaching Learning Centres (TLCs), Faculty Development Centres (FDCs), Centres for Excellence in Science and Mathematics (CESMEs), Centres for Academic Leadership and Education Management (CALEMs) under the PMMMNMTT scheme shall be taken into consideration for fulfilment of the requirements as laid down in Career Advancement Scheme of these Regulations.
19.0 Other Terms and Conditions
19.1 Incentives for Ph.D./M.Phil. and other Higher Qualification
i. Five non-compounded advance increments shall be admissible at the entry level of recruitment as Assistant Professor to persons possessing the degrees of Ph.D. awarded in a relevant discipline by the University following the process of admission, registration, course work and external evaluation as prescribed by the UGC.
ii. M.Phil degree holders at the time of recruitment to the post of Assistant Professor shall be entitled to two non- compounded advance increments.
iii. Those possessing Post-graduate degree in the professional course such as LL.M./M.Tech/M.Arch./ M.E./M.V.Sc./M.D., etc. recognized by the relevant statutory body/ council, shall also be entitled to two non-compunded advance increments at the entry level.
iv.
a) Teachers who complete their Ph.D. degree while in service shall be entitled to three non-compounded increments fixed at increment applicable at entry level only if such Ph.D. is in a relevant discipline of the

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discipline of employment and has been awarded by a University complying with the process prescribed by the UGC for enrolment, course work, evaluation, etc.
b) However, teachers in service who have already been awarded Ph.D. by the time of coming into force of these Regulations or having been enrolled for Ph.D. have already undergone course-work as well as evaluation, if any, and only Notification in regard to the award of Ph.D. is awarded, shall also be entitled to the award of three non-compounded increments fixed at increment applicable at entry level only, even if the university awarding such Ph.D. has not yet been notified by the UGC as having complied with the process prescribed by the Commission.
v. In respect of every other case, a teacher who is already enrolled for Ph.D. shall avail the benefit of three non- compounded increments fixed at increment applicable at entry level only if the university awarding the Ph.D. has been notified by the UGC to have complied with the process prescribed by the Commission for the award of Ph.D. in respect of either course-work or evaluation or both, as the case may be.
vi. Teachers in service who have not yet enrolled for Ph.D. shall therefore, derive the benefit of three non- compounded increments fixed at increment applicable at entry level only on award of Ph.D. , while in service only if such enrolment is with a university which complies with the entire process including that of enrolment as prescribed by the UGC.
vii. Teachers who acquire M.Phil. Degree or a post-graduate degree in a professional course recognised by the relevant Statutory Body / Council, while in service, shall be entitled to one advance increment fixed at increment applicable at entry level only.
viii. Five non-compounded advance increments shall be admissible to Assistant Librarian / College Librarian who are recruited at entry level with Ph.D. degree in the discipline of library science from a university complying with the process prescribed by the UGC in respect of enrolment, course-work and evaluation process for the award of Ph.D. in Library Science.
ix. (a) Assistant Librarian/College Librarian acquiring the degree of Ph.D. at any time while in service, in the discipline of library science from a university complying with the process prescribed by the UGC in respect of enrolment, course-work and evaluation shall be entitled to three non-compounded advance increments fixed at increment applicable at entry level only.
(b) However, persons in posts of Assistant Librarian/College Librarian on higher positions who have already been awarded Ph.D. in library science at the time of coming into force of these Regulations or having already undergone course-work as well as evaluation, if any, and only Notification in regard to the award of Ph.D. is awaited, shall also be entitled to the award of three non-compounded increments fixed at increment applicable at entry level only.
x. In respect of every other case of persons in the post of Assistant Librarian / College Librarian or higher positions who are already enrolled for Ph.D. shall avail the benefit three non-compounded increments fixed at increment applicable at entry level only if the university awarding the Ph.D. has been notified by the UGC to have complied with the process prescribed by the Commission for the award of Ph.D.in respect of either course-work or evaluation or both as the case may be.
xi. Assistant Librarian/College librarian and others in higher library positions in service who have not yet enrolled for Ph.D. shall therefore, derive the benefit of three non-compounded increments fixed at increment applicable at entry level only on award of Ph.D. while in service only if such enrolment is with a university which complies with the entire process, including that of enrolment as prescribed by the UGC.
xii. Two non-compounded advance increments shall be admissible for Assistant Librarian/College Librarian with M.Phil. degree in Library Science at the entry level. Assistant Librarian/College Librarian and those in higher positions acquiring M.Phil degree in library science at any time during the course of their service shall be entitled to one advance increment fixed at increment applicable at entry level only.
xiii. Five non-compounded advance increments shall be admissible to Assistant Director of Physical Education and Sports / College Director of Physical Education and Sports who are recruited at entry level with Ph.D. degree in the discipline of Physical Education/Physical Education and Sports / Sports Science from a university complying with the process prescribed by the UGC in respect of enrolment, course-work and evaluation process for the award of Ph.D. in Physical Education/Physical Education and Sports / Sports Science.

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xiv. Not withstanding anything in the forgoing clauses, those who have already availed the benefit of advance increments for possessing Ph.D./M.Phil at the entry level or in service once either under this regulation or under the earlier schemes/regulations shall not be entitled to the benefit of advance increments under these Regulations.
xv. Teachers, library and Physical Education and Sports cadres who have already availed the benefits of increments as per the then existing policy for acquiring Ph.D./M.Phil. while in service shall not be entitled to advance increments under these Regulations.
xvi. For posts at the entry level where no such advance increments were admissible for possessing Ph.D./M.Phil. under the earlier schemes/regulations, the benefit of advance of increments for possessing Ph.D./M.Phil shall be available to only those appointments which have been made on or after the coming into force of these Regulations.
19.2 Promotion
When an individual gets a promotion, his new pay on promotion would be fixed in the Pay Matrix as follows:
On promotion, the teacher or equivalent position would be given a notional increment in his/her existing Academic Level of Pay, by moving him/her to the next higher Cell at that Level; and the pay shown in this Cell would now be located in the new Academic Level corresponding to the post to which he/she has been promoted. If a Cell identical with that pay is available in the new Level, that Cell shall be the new pay, otherwise the next higher Cell in that Level shall be the new pay of the teacher or equivalent position. If the pay arrived at in this manner is less than the first Cell in the new Level, then the pay shall be fixed at the first Cell of the new Level.
19.3 Allowances and Benefits
I. Other allowances and benefits, such as Hometown Travel Concession, Leave Travel Concession, Special Compensatory Allowances, Children’s Education Allowance, Transport Allowance, House Rent Allowance, House Building Allowance, Deputation Allowance, Travelling Allowance, Dearness Allowance, Area-based Special Compensatory Allowance etc. for teachers and Library and Physical Education and Sports Cadres, shall be as applicable to the Central Government employees and be governed by the relevant rules as notified by the Government of India from time to time.
II. Pension, Gratuity, ex-gratia compensation etc. as applicable to Central/State Government employees shall also be applicable to teachers and Library and Physical Education and Sports Cadres of Central/State Universities and Colleges including affiliated and constituent Colleges as the case may be.
III. Medical Benefits: All medical benefits for teachers and Library and Physical Education Cadres, shall be as applicable to the Central Government employees. Further, the Teachers and Library and Physical Education Cadres may be placed under Central Government Health Scheme or any other such scheme of the Central Government/ Health Scheme of respective State Government, as the case may be, for Central/State Universities/Colleges respectively.
APPENDICES

Appendix I Fitment Tables for fixation of pay of the existing incumbents, who were in position as on 01.01.2016, in various categories of posts indicated in the tables (MHRD Notification MHRD letters No. Corrigendum F.No.1-7/2015-U.II(1) dated 08.11.2017
Appendix II Assessment Criteria and Methodology
Table 1 to 3 – For University and College Teachers
Table 4 – For Assistant Librarian, Deputy Librarian, Librarian etc.
Table 5 – For Assistant Director/Deputy Director/Director Physical Education and Sports etc.

SANJEEV KUMAR NARAYAN, Under Secy.
[ADVT.-III/4/Exty./147/18]

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Appendix I
Fitment Tables for fixation of pay of the existing incumbents, who were in position as on 01.01.2016, in various categories of posts indicated in the tables

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Appendix II
Table 1
Assessment Criteria and Methodology for University/College Teachers

S.No. Activity Grading Criteria

  1. Teaching: (Number of classes taught/total classes assigned)x100%
    (Classes taught includes sessions on tutorials, lab and other teaching related activities) 80% & above – Good
    Below 80% but 70% & above-Satisfactory Less than 70% – Not satisfactory
  2. Involvement in the University/College students related activities/research activities: Good – Involved in at least 3 activities
    Satisfactory – 1-2 activities
    (a) Administrative responsibilities such as Head, Chairperson/ Dean/ Director/ Co-ordinator,
    Warden etc. Not-satisfactory – Not involved / undertaken any of the activities
    (b) Examination and evaluation duties assigned by the college / university or attending the examination paper evaluation. Note:
    Number of activities can be within or across the broad categories of activities
    (c) Student related co-curricular, extension and field based activities such as student clubs, career counselling, study visits, student seminars and other events, cultural, sports, NCC, NSS and community services.
    (d) Organising seminars/ conferences/ workshops, other college/university activities.
    (e) Evidence of actively involved in guiding Ph.D students.
    (f) Conducting minor or major research project sponsored by national or international agencies.
    (g) At least one single or joint publication in peer- reviewed or UGC list of Journals.
    Overall Grading:
    Good: Good in teaching and satisfactory or good in activity at Sl.No.2. Or
    Satisfactory: Satisfactory in teaching and good or satisfactory in activity at Sl.No.2.
    Not Satisfactory: If neither good nor satisfactory in overall grading
    Note: For the purpose of assessing the grading of Activity at Serial No. 1 and Serial No. 2, all such periods of duration which have been spent by the teacher on different kinds of paid leaves such as Maternity Leave, Child Care Leave, Study Leave, Medical Leave, Extraordinary Leave and Deputation shall be excluded from the grading assessment. The teacher shall be assessed for the remaining period of duration and the same shall be extrapolated for the entire period of assessment to arrive at the grading of the teacher. The teacher on such leaves or deputation as mentioned above shall not be put to any disadvantage for promotion under CAS due to his/her absence from his/her teaching responsibilities subject to the condition that such leave/deputation was undertaken with the prior approval of the competent authority following all procedures laid down in these regulations and as per the acts, statutes and ordinances of the parent institution.

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Table 2
Methodology for University and College Teachers for calculating Academic/Research Score
(Assessment must be based on evidence produced by the teacher such as: copy of publications, project sanction letter, utilization and completion certificates issued by the University and acknowledgements for patent filing and approval letters, students’ Ph.D. award letter, etc,.)

S.N. Academic/Research Activity Faculty of Sciences
/Engineering / Agriculture
/ Medical /Veterinary Sciences Faculty of Languages / Humanities / Arts / Social Sciences / Library /Education
/ Physical Education / Commerce / Management & other related disciplines

  1. Research Papers in Peer-Reviewed or UGC listed Journals 08 per paper 10 per paper
  2. Publications (other than Research papers)
    (a) Books authored which are published by ;
    International publishers 12 12
    National Publishers 10 10
    Chapter in Edited Book 05 05
    Editor of Book by International Publisher 10 10
    Editor of Book by National Publisher 08 08 (b) Translation works in Indian and Foreign Languages by qualified faculties
    Chapter or Research paper 03 03
    Book 08 08
  3. Creation of ICT mediated Teaching Learning pedagogy and content and development of new and innovative courses and curricula
    (a) Development of Innovative pedagogy 05 05
    (b) Design of new curricula and courses 02 per curricula/course 02 per curricula/course
    (c) MOOCs
    Development of complete MOOCs in 4 quadrants (4 credit course)(In case of MOOCs of lesser credits 05 marks/credit) 20 20
    MOOCs (developed in 4 quadrant) per module/lecture 05 05
    Content writer/subject matter expert for each module of MOOCs (at least one quadrant) 02 02
    Course Coordinator for MOOCs (4 credit course)(In case of MOOCs of lesser credits 02 marks/credit) 08 08
    (d) E-Content
    Development of e-Content complete course/e-book in 4 quadrants for a 12 12
    e-Content (developed in 4 quadrants) per module 05 05
    Contribution to development of e-content module in complete course/paper/e-book (at least one quadrant) 02 02
    Editor of e-content for complete course/ paper /e-book 10 10
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Ph.D.   10 per degree awarded 05 per thesis submitted   10 per degree awarded 05 per thesis submitted
M.Phil./P.G dissertation    02 per degree awarded   02 per degree awarded

. (b) Research Projects Completed
More than 10 lakhs 10 10
Less than 10 lakhs 05 05
(c) Research Projects Ongoing :
More than 10 lakhs 05 05
Less than 10 lakhs 02 02
(d) Consultancy 03 03
5 (a) Patents
International 10 10
National 07 07
(b) *Policy Document (Submitted to an International body/organisation like UNO/UNESCO/World Bank/International Monetary Fund etc. or Central Government or State Government)
International 10 10
National 07 07
State 04 04
(c) Awards/Fellowship
International 07 07
National 05 05
.

  1. *Invited lectures / Resource Person/ paper presentation in Seminars/ Conferences/full paper in Conference Proceedings (Paper presented in Seminars/Conferences and also published as full paper in Conference Proceedings will be counted only once)
    International (Abroad) 07 07
    International (within country) 05 05
    National 03 03
    State/University 02 02

The Research score for research papers would be augmented as follows :
Peer-Reviewed or UGC-listed Journals (Impact factor to be determined as per Thomson Reuters list) :
i) Paper in refereed journals without impact factor – 5 Points
ii) Paper with impact factor less than 1 – 10 Points
iii) Paper with impact factor between 1 and 2 – 15 Points
iv) Paper with impact factor between 2 and 5 – 20 Points
v) Paper with impact factor between 5 and 10 – 25 Points
vi) Paper with impact factor >10 – 30 Points
(a) Two authors: 70% of total value of publication for each author.
(b) More than two authors: 70% of total value of publication for the First/Principal/Corresponding author and 30% of total value of publication for each of the joint authors.
Joint Projects: Principal Investigator and Co-investigator would get 50% each.

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Note:
• Paper presented if part of edited book or proceeding then it can be claimed only once.
• For joint supervision of research students, the formula shall be 70% of the total score for Supervisor and Co- supervisor. Supervisor and Co-supervisor, both shall get 7 marks each.
• *For the purpose of calculating research score of the teacher, the combined research score from the categories of 5(b). Policy Document and 6. Invited lectures/Resource Person/Paper presentation shall have an upper capping of thirty percent of the total research score of the teacher concerned.
• The research score shall be from the minimum of three categories out of six categories.
Table: 3 A
Criteria for Short-listing of Candidates for Interview for the Post of Assistant Professors in Universities

S.N. Academic Record Score

  1. Graduation 80% & Above = 15 60% to less than 80% = 13 55% to less
    than 60% =
    10 45% to less than 55% =05
  2. Post-Graduation 80% & Above = 25 60% to less than 80% = 23 55% (50% in case of SC/ST/OBC (non- creamy layer)/PWD) to less than 60% = 20
  3. M.Phil. 60% & above = 07 55% to less than 60% = 05
  4. Ph.D. 30
  5. NET with JRF 07
    NET 05
    SLET/SET 03
  6. Research Publications ( 2 marks for each research publications published in Peer-Reviewed or UGC-listed Journals) 10
  7. Teaching / Post Doctoral Experience (2 marks for one year each)# 10
  8. Awards
    International / National Level
    (Awards given by International Organisations/ Government of India / Government of India recognised National Level Bodies) 03
    State-Level
    (Awards given by State Government) 02

However, if the period of teaching/Post-doctoral experience is less than one year then the marks shall be reduced proportionately.

Note:
(A) (i) M.Phil + Ph.D Maximum – 30 Marks
(ii) JRF/NET/SET Maximum – 07 Marks
(iii) In awards category Maximum – 03 Marks
(B) Number of candidates to be called for interview shall be decided by the concerned universities.

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(C)
Academic Score – 80
Research Publications – 10
Teaching Experience – 10
Total – 100

(D) Score shall be valid for appointment in respective State SLET/SET Universities/ Colleges/ Institutions only
Table: 3 B
Criteria for Short-listing of candidates for Interview for the Post of Assistant Professors in Colleges

S.N. Academic Record Score

  1. Graduation 80% & Above = 21 60% to less than 80% = 19 55% to less
    than 60% =
    16 45% to less than 55% =10
  2. Post-Graduation 80% & Above = 25 60% to less than 80% = 23 55% (50% in case of SC/ST/OBC (non- creamy layer)/PWD) to less than 60% = 20
  3. M.Phil. 60% & above = 07 55% to less than 60% = 05
  4. Ph.D. 25
  5. NET with JRF 10
    NET 08
    SLET/SET 05
  6. Research Publications ( 2 marks for each research publications published in Peer-Reviewed or UGC-listed Journals) 06
  7. Teaching / Post Doctoral Experience (2 marks for one year each)# 10
  8. Awards
    International / National Level
    (Awards given by International Organisations/ Government of India / Government of India recognised National Level Bodies) 03
    State-Level
    (Awards given by State Government) 02

However, if the period of teaching/post-doctoral experience is less than one year then the marks shall be reduced proportionately.

Note : (A)
(i) M.Phil. + Ph.D. Maximum – 25 Marks
(ii) JRF/NET/SET Maximum – 10 Marks
(iii) In awards category Maximum – 03 Marks

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(B) Number of candidates to be called for interview shall be decided by the college.
(C) Academic Score – 84
Research Publications – 06
Teaching Experience – 10 TOTAL – 100
(D) SLET/SET score shall be valid for appointment in respective State Universities/Colleges/institutions only.

Table 4
Assessment Criteria and Methodology for Librarians

S.No. Activity Grading Criteria
1 Regularity of attending library (calculated in terms of percentage of days attended to the total number of days he/she is expected to attend) 90% and above – Good
Below 90% but 80% and above – Satisfactory Less than 80% – Not satisfactory
While attending in the library, the individual is expected to undertake, inter alia, following items of work:
• Library Resource and Organization and maintenance of books, journals and reports.
• Provision of Library reader services such as literature retrieval services to researchers and analysis of report.
• Assistance towards updating institutional website

  1. Conduct of seminars/workshops related to library activity or on specific books or genre of books. Good – 1 National level seminar/ workshop + 1 State/institution level workshop/Seminar
    Satisfactory – 1 National level seminar/ workshop or 1 state level seminar/ workshop + 1 institution level seminar/ workshop or 4 institution seminar / workshop
    Unsatisfactory – Not falling in above two categories
  2. If library has a computerized database then OR
    If library does not have a computerized database Good – 100% of physical books and journals in computerized database.
    Satisfactory – At least 99% of physical books and journals in computerized database.
    Unsatisfactory – Not falling under good or satisfactory. OR
    Good – 100% Catalogue database made up to date Satisfactory- 90% catalogue database made up to date Unsatisfactory – Catalogue database not upto mark.
    (To be verified in random by the CAS Promotion Committee)

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  1. Checking inventory and extent of missing books Good : Checked inventory and missing book less than 0.5%
    Satisfactory – Checked inventory and missing book less than 1%
    Unsatisfactory – Did not check inventory Or
    Checked inventory and missing books 1% or more.
  2. (i) Digitisation of books database in institution having no computerized database.
    (ii) Promotion of library network.
    (iii) Systems in place for dissemination of information relating to books and other resources.
    (iv) Assistance in college administration and governance related work including work done during admissions, examinations and extracurricular activities.
    (v) Design and offer short-term courses for users.
    (vi) Publications of at least one research paper in UGC approved journals. Good : Involved in any two activities Satisfactory : At least one activity
    Not Satisfactory : Not involved/ undertaken any of the activities.
    Overall Grading Good : Good in Item 1 and satisfactory/good in any two other items including Item 4.
    Satisfactory : Satisfactory in Item 1 and satisfactory /good in any other two items including Item 4. Not satisfactory : If neither good nor satisfactory in overall grading.
    Note :
    (1) It is recommended to use ICT technology to monitor the attendance of library staff and compute the criteria of assessment.
    (2) The Librarian must submit evidence of published paper, participation certificate for refresher or methodology course, successful research guidance from Head of Department of the concerned department, project completion.
    (3) The system of tracking user grievances and the extent of grievances redressal details may also be made available to the CAS promotion committee.

Table 5
Assessment Criteria and Methodology for Directors of Physical Education and Sports

S. No. Activity Grading Criteria
1 Attendance calculated in terms of percentage of days attended to the total number of days he is expected to attend. 90 and above – Good
Above 80 but below 90- Satisfactory. Less than 80 – Not satisfactory.

  1. Organizing intra college competition Good – Intra college competition in more than 5 disciplines.
    Satisfactory – Intra college competition in 3-5 disciplines.
    Unsatisfactory – Neither good nor satisfactory.

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  1. Institution participating in external competitions Good – National level competition in at least one discipline plus State/District level competition in at least 3 disciplines.
    Satisfactory- State level competition in at least one discipline plus district level competition in at least 3 disciplines.
    Or District level competition in at least 5 disciplines.
    Unsatisfactory – Neither good nor satisfactory.
  2. Up-gradation of sports and physical training infrastructure with scientific and technological inputs.
    Development and maintenance of playfields and sports and physical Education facilities. Good/Satisfactory/Not-Satisfactory to be assessed by the Promotion committee.
  3. (i) At least one student of the institution participating in national/ state/ university (for college levels only) teams. Organizing state/national/inter university/inter college level competition.
    (ii) Being invited for coaching at state/national level.
    (iii) Organizing at least three workshops in a year.
    (iv) Publications of at least one research paper in UGC approved journal. Assistance in college administration and governance related work including work done during admissions, examinations and extracurricular college activities. Good: Involved in any two activities. Satisfactory: 1 activity
    Not Satisfactory : Not involved/ undertaken any of the activities.
    Overall Grading Good: Good in Item 1 and satisfactory/good in any two other items.
    Satisfactory: Satisfactory in Item 1 and satisfactory/good in any other two items. Not Satisfactory: If neither good nor satisfactory in overall grading.
    Note:
    i) It is recommended to use ICT technology to monitor the attendance of sports and physical education and compute the criteria of assessment.
    ii) The institution must obtain student feedback. The feed-backs must be shared with the concerned Director of Physical and Education and Sports and also the CAS Promotion committee.
    iii) The system of tracking user grievances and the extent of grievance redressal details may also be made available to the CAS Promotion Committee.

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