Acts/Rules Clinical Establishment Act West Bengal Clinical Establishment(Registration, Regulation and Transparency) Rules, 2017 The West Bengal Clinical Establishment Rules THE WEST BENGAL CLINICAL ESTABLISHMENTS (REGISTRATION AND REGULATION) ACT, 2010. Register […]
Members of Clerical Staff 1. Office Superintendent (Non-gazetted). 2. Head Assistant, Assistant-in-charge, Section-in-charge. 3. Posts of Clerks of any designation such as Chief Clerk, Head Clerk, Principal Clerk, Upper Division […]
Examination held on 21/12/2020 Answer 1 George Floyd 2 As of today, the apex court has 30 judges. Once the new judges take oath, the strength will go up to 34, the highest […]
Government of West Bengal Judicial Department Writers’ Buildings Kolkata-700001. G.O. No, 7010/JD/L/2S-70/09 Dated- 25th Oct., 2010 Subject: Revision of Pension/Family Pension, Gratuity Commutation of Pension, Medical Allowance, Domestic Help Allowance […]
Government of West Bengal Judicial Department Writers’ Buildings Kolkata-700001. G.O. No. 7014 -J JD/L/2S-70/09 Dated: 25th Oct. 2010 MEMORANDUM Subject: Revision of Pension / Family Pension, Medical Allowance, Domestic […]
WB Higher judicial Service are treated at par with members of Indian Administrative Service in all matters
Constitution of India, 1950—Articles 309 and 310—west bengal Service Rules, Part-I—Rule 75(2)(a)(a)—Compufsory retirement—judicial Officers—By virtue of Govt. Order dt. 20.6.92, the members of west bengal Higher judicial Service were treated at par with the members of Indian Administrative Service in all matters—That means that any change that is brought about in the service conditions of the members of the Indian Administrative Service would ipso facto become applicable to the members of the west bengal Higher judicial Service also—When the age of retirement of officers of Indian Administrative Service stood extended from 58 to 60 years, the retirement age of members of west bengal judicial Service also automatically got extended accordingly—Once it is so, High Court is not competent to recommend compulsory retirement of judicial officers of bengal prior to their attaining the age of 60 years.
Industrial Tribunals & Labour Courts For 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 7th and 8th Industrial Tribunals: The Judge–in–Charge,Industrial Tribunal,New Secretariat Buildings,[Opp of High Court]1, K.S Roy Road,Kolkata – 700001033-2263-7055 For […]