Acts made for the creation and reconstruction of the republic, the integration, annexation, the appointment and appointment of employees for the work of the republic and the conditions for their control and regulation and the integration of such existing provisions.
Whereas, Article 3 of the Constitution provides for the creation, annexation and consolidation of the republic by law, and the dissolution and termination of the terms of action of any person engaged in the work of the Republic; And
as provided in Article 5 of the Constitution, the appointment of employees for the work of the Republic and the terms of their work are to be determined and regulated by law; And
since there is a need to enact laws in the work of the Republic by integrating existing provisions regarding the appointment and employment conditions of employees; And
since Article 20 of the Constitution declares that it shall be the duty of every person employed in the affairs of the republic to try to serve the people at all times; And
Since it is expedient and necessary to make efficient, public-friendly, transparent and accountable public administration in the implementation and reflection of the policies and directives stated in the Constitution;
Therefore, the law is hereby made as follows: –
The first chapter is
Short title, application and introduction
- (3) This Act shall be called the Government Jobs Act, 20.
(2) Subject to the provisions of sub-section (1), this Act shall apply to the acts of the Republic and to the employees employed therein.
(4) Unless there is any provision for any other law, contract or other similar document, the provisions of this Act shall not apply to the following functions or functions or persons employed therein, namely: –
(a) any job or position created by the Constitution;
(B) the Department of Justice;
(C) Department of Defense;
(D) public universities;
(E) the Secretariat of the National Parliament;
(F) the Supreme Court of Bangladesh;
(G) Election Commission Secretariat;
(H) self-governing bodies and state-owned institutions;
(I) local government institutions;
(J) a job under a government development project, program or similar program; And
(k) Apprentices, contractual or ad hoc based or any other temporary, temporary or part-time employment.
(3) Any provision referred to in sub-section (1) shall be applicable to all the acts or functions or persons employed therein, in respect of the contents of all provisions of which any provision of the Act is repealed under section 4.
* (3) This Act shall come into force on the date on which the Government may, by notification in the Official Gazette, determine.
* S, R, and No. 3-Act / 25, dated: September 26, 23, by the 8th Ashwin, the 12th Bengal, the law has come into force from 1st October, 25th.
- Unless there is anything repugnant in the subject or context, in this Act-
(1) “law” means the law as defined in Article 12 of the Constitution;
(2) “surplus public servant” means any public servant whose term has been abolished by the government for administrative restructuring, rationalization of manpower or for any other reason;
(3) “competent authority” means the appointing authority or the authority appointed to act or exercise powers in a related matter by law or government order from time to time; And shall include any employee empowered for this purpose;
(4) “Apprentice” means not employed in the work of the Republic, but a person who is trained in a vocation or profession for such appointment, receives the allowance prescribed by the Government during such training;
(3) “Commission” means the Bangladesh Governmental Work Commission;
(4) “working division of the Republic” means any division of the affairs of the Republic, service, cadre or any individual unit approved by the Government;
(3) “remittance” means the transmitting of a public servant temporarily to any work, post or division of work, other than his own or regular employment assignment, position or work division;
(3) “regular” means the amount of money an employee receives each month for salaries, overseas pay, special pay, personal pay or any other type of income specially classified as pay by the government; Provided that it shall not be included in the special salary or the salary allowed for his personal merit because of his position as permanent or officiating in a position or his position in a work department;
(3) “foreign or private employment” means employment under a foreign state or a recognized international, regional, multinational or non-governmental organization;
(4) “Rule” means the rules made under this Act; And such other rules as may be applicable to the acts of the Republic and the terms and conditions of employment of the Republic until such rules are made;
(3) “State-owned institution” means any business venture, company, bank, insurance, financial institution or industrial enterprise or similar, owned or vested in the Government or a self-governing body or financed by more than 5 (fifty) percent of the Government. Any organization
(12) “lien” means the right of the person appointed permanently to any permanent post in any permanent office of the Republic;
(3) “Probationer” means any employee employed directly or by promotion, contrary to any permanent position in the work of the Republic, whose job has not yet been made permanent;
(4) “Government” means any ministry or division of power or responsibility pursuant to Schedule-I of the Rules of Business, 1996, for any of the functions described in this Act;
(3) “Government order” means any order, direction, notice or circular issued by the Government from time to time under the Rules of Business, 1996 or the powers conferred on it;
(4) “Government servant” means any person employed in the affairs of the Republic covered under this Act;
(3) “Constitution” means the Constitution of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh;
(3) “self-governing body” means any commission or any authority, corporation, institution or statutory body other than a commission referred to in clause (1), by or under the provisions of any law for the time being in force. Remains an independent legal entity;
(4) “Local Government Institution” means any authority established or constituted by, or under the law, for the purposes of Article 8 of the Constitution;
(24) “standing post” means any term of the work of the republic allowed for an indefinite period in a fixed pay grade; And, subject to the conditions laid down by the Government, it shall also include the provisionally created terms in the Revenue for the purpose of settling at the end of time.
- Notwithstanding anything contained in any other law for the time being in force, the provisions of this law shall prevail:
Provided that for any act of the Republic or any special class under it, any other law or rule, regulation or order made under similar law shall be made in any particular provision. If so, similar special provisions will prevail.
The conditional effectiveness of other employment provisions
- The provisions of any law and regulation having the force of law for the time being in force in relation to the work of the Republic or the employment of the employees employed therein, and any related government orders, subject to the provisions of this Act, shall be in force.
Chapter 2 is the
creation and reconstruction of the work and division of the Republic
Creation and reorganization of the work and division of the Republic
- (3) The Government may, by order in the Official Gazette, reconstruct any other function or division of the Republic, including the creation, annexation, consolidation or abolition.
(2) The terms and conditions of operation of a public servant may be varied or repealed by an order issued under sub-section (1).
(3) The orderly effect of the order issued under sub-section (1) may be provided.
The third section is
the control and jurisdiction of the government
Government control and jurisdiction
- (6) Government servants shall have the legal authority and control of the Government and, subject to the control of the Government, its superior authority.
(2) The Government may, subject to the provisions of this Act, determine any conditions, general or special, relating to the appointment and operation of employees in the affairs of the Republic.
(3) The Government or, as the case may be, the competent authority may determine or change the liability and jurisdiction of the rank, designation, employment, work or employment of a public servant, and may, in the public interest, assign him any law or duty.
recruitment, promotion, promotion, etc.
- (4) The basis of direct and open competition for the recruitment of a manpower directly in any work or division under this Act shall be.
(2) For the purposes of Article 25 (1) of the Constitution, the Government may take necessary measures in regard to the preservation of the post.
(4) No person who is not a citizen of Bangladesh shall be appointed in the work of the Republic.
(4) Without the recommendation of a committee or authority constituted by the Government for the purpose of the Commission and the remaining terms in which the Commission’s advice or recommendation is required, no person shall be directly appointed in the work of the Republic.
(4) Other terms and conditions of direct appointment to the affairs of the Republic shall be determined by the Government, subject to the provisions of this Act and any other law for the time being in force.
- (4) A permanent public servant shall be promoted in the pursuit of honesty, talent, skill, seniority, training and satisfactory employment.
(2) Subject to the provisions of this Act and any law for the time being in force, the terms and conditions relating to promotion of the work of the Republic shall be determined by the Rules.
Apprenticeship and job placement
- The terms and conditions relating to apprenticeship and job placement shall be determined by the rules.
Sending and lien
- The terms and conditions of dispatch and lien shall be determined by the rules.
Transfers, positions and work placements
- (3) The Government or, as the case may be, the competent authority may, under its administrative control, transfer, resign or determine its place of work in accordance with such provisions.
(2) Where there is no specific directive in the existing provisions for transfer, transfer or work placement, the competent authority for the management of a proper manpower may, with the approval of the government, determine the procedure for transfer, transfer and placement of public servants under its administrative control.
Receiving foreign or private employment
- The terms and conditions relating to taking foreign or private employment shall be determined by the rules.
- (3) The seniority of public servants shall be determined by the provisions of any law for the time being in force.
(2) If there is no clear provision regarding seniority in any position, or if seniority cannot be determined under sub-section (1), the Government may determine it as it thinks fit.
Surplus Government Employees Integration
- (4) The abolition of any act of the Republic, administrative reorganization or rationalization of manpower shall, to the extent possible, be attributed to the sum of the sums of the previous pay scale immediately before such surplus.
(2) Without the approval of the Ministry of Public Administration, no surplus public servant shall be allowed to be appointed for any office of the Republic.
(4) The procedures, conditions and other matters relating to the surplus of the surplus public servant shall be determined by the rules.
The fifth section is
salaries, allowances, benefits, etc.
Determination of salaries, allowances and benefits
- The Government may, by order in the Official Gazette, determine the terms of pay, allowances, pay grade, scale, other benefits and availability or retirement benefits for any public servant or any part of all public servants or public servants.
- (3) A public servant shall be entitled to leave and enjoy the leave according to the provisions and government orders applicable to him.
(2) Other terms and conditions relating to leave shall be determined by the Government.
Training, career, work evaluation, planning, etc.
- The Government or, as the case may be, the competent authority, with the approval of the Government, may formulate policies related to the training and adaptation of various functions or functions of the Republic, in order to improve the professional skills and competence of the public servants.
- In order to achieve the aims and objectives of government agencies or institutions and to manage a good manpower, the government or, in the field, appropriate authorities, subject to the approval of the government, will formulate a career plan tailored to the various functions or functions of the Republic.
- For the purpose of objective evaluation of the objective of the public servants, an effective performance audit or evaluation system should be formulated.
- The Government may, in order to ensure efficiency, accountability, effectiveness and mobility of the Government institutions, take necessary measures for determining its purpose and achievement targets, and for this, the department or institution-based evaluation.
Job exits, job vacancies, etc.
- The Government or competent authority shall, including important information about the employment life of a public servant under its administrative control, store up-to-date, job-related or, in the field, employment records (dossier) and employee-based electronic information repositories, in ways prescribed by the Government.
VII Welfare and Assistance
- (3) The Government or, as the case may be, the competent authority shall take measures for the welfare of public servants and their family members in the formulation and implementation of strategies for education, medical treatment, housing and the like.
Explanation.- For the purpose of this sub-section, “family” means-
(i) if the employee is male, his wife or wife and the employee is female, his or her husband; And
(ii) living together with the employee and fully dependent on his / her children, father, mother, adopted son (in case of Hindu employees), minor brother and unmarried, divorced or widowed sister.
(2) For the purposes of sub-section (1), the Government may take grants, assistance, interest-free loans and advances to public servants, or other measures including health insurance for their welfare.
(4) If an employee is physically or otherwise harmed in the interest of public interest, he shall be entitled to receive appropriate compensation in the manner prescribed by the Government for this purpose.
Welfare Fund, Future Fund, etc.
- The welfare provident fund, welfare fund, insurance or similar matters of public servants shall be determined by law from time to time.
- (4) If an employee is personally liable for any related matter, including the discharge of his duties, compensation, contempt, defamation or any other case or legal proceeding, he may, with the assistance of a public law officer, or handle it in his own charge and manage the case. The money spent will be paid by the government in the prescribed manner and conditions.
(2) No case shall be payable under sub-section (1), if any case or legal proceeding has been initiated against an employee on account of corruption or with the approval of the Government or, as the case may be, the competent authority.
(4) If any allegation, case or legal proceeding lodged by a person personally liable for the performance of his duties in relation to the duties of a public servant is falsified, the government or, as the case may be, the appropriate authority may take legal action against the person making such false allegation.
Chapter 9 confirms the provision of
Provide government services on time
- (3) If any person, requesting or requesting to receive any work or service of the Government, is subject to the provisions of the relevant law and government order for the time being in force, within the stipulated time or within the reasonable time in which the time limit is not set, the delivery of the requested service or similar application may be settled. Must be done
(2) In cases where any such application or request is reasonably refused, refused or granted or cannot be supplied or disposed of in a timely or reasonable manner, the cause shall be notified to the candidate.
(4) If an employee intentionally and habitually violates the provisions of this section, he or she will be treated as misconduct, or, as a matter of fact, inefficiency.
Remedies and appeals
- (3) If a person seeking service is not granted or rejected, or if it is not settled at the appointed or reasonable time, he may seek his remedy with the remedying authority and such authority may consider the application and give due order.
(2) A person aggrieved by an order made under sub-section (1) may appeal to the authority empowered for this purpose, and such authority may, after considering the appeal, give the appropriate order.
(4) In the event that the appropriate authority for remediation or appeal is not determined, the immediate superior authority of the serving employee shall be treated as the appellate authority, and the immediate superior authority of the remedial authority.
(4) When the appellate authority or remedial authority deems that an employee has failed to provide any public service specified under sub-section (1), at a specified or reasonable time, without sufficient and reasonable cause, that authority shall be properly compensated by the responsible employee. Upon receipt, he may issue a payment order to the service person.
(3) The Government may, by notification in the Official Gazette, specify the order for which compensation may be ordered under sub-section (1) in the event of failure to perform any service or service.
(4) If an employee is offended by an order given under sub-section (1), he may file an appeal against the said authority to the appropriate authority or appeal a reconsideration with the ordering authority.
(4) The procedure for taking action under this section and all other matters shall be determined by the rules and the timeframe for each action or step as far as possible shall be specified therein.
Incentives, awards, recognition, etc.
- The Government shall take necessary measures to provide incentives, awards, recognition or honors for the special achievements, initiatives, innovative endeavors or contributions of the employees in ensuring the delivery of government services.
Principles, Practices, Conduct, Discipline, etc., of Government Employees
Formulation of policies and standards to be followed by public servants
- The Government shall formulate procedures and strategies for ensuring good governance at all levels of public administration, including governmental performance policies, good practices and standards of ethics followed by the employees.
Salary deduction without regular attendance
- (4) If an employee violates any provision of the rules of attendance at the office or place of work or a government order, the competent authority may deduct the salary of the employee in accordance with the provisions of such rule, by giving him reasonable opportunity to show cause.
(2) An employee aggrieved by an order made under sub-section (1) may request reconsideration to the authority giving such order.
(3) If any application for reconsideration is made under sub-section (2), the ordering authority may amend or revoke the order granted under sub-section (1), giving reasonable opportunity for the hearing to the concerned employee.
Behavior and discipline
- Subject to conformity with the provisions of this Act, the terms and conditions relating to the conduct and discipline of a public servant shall be determined by the relevant rules and orders issued by the Government from time to time.
- (3) The Government or the appointing authority may, in such a matter pursuant to the provisions of the Act, may initiate and direct departmental proceedings against an employee.
(2) The sectional proceedings submitted under sub-section (1) and the appeals arising out of it, the procedure for reconsideration and review and all other matters thereof shall be determined by the rules.
- The appointing authority may impose one or more of the following minor or serious penalties on any employee convicted of departmental proceedings, namely: –
(a) minor penalties –
(Ii) postponement of promotion or pay increase for a fixed term;
(E) the downgrade of the pay scale;
(4) In case of loss of public money or property due to the disobedience of a law or government order or intentional negligence of duty, the appropriate compensation should be paid.
Major penalties –
(i) degradation of the lower rank or lower pay scale;
(Ii) compulsory retirement;
(E) removal from employment;
(4) dismissal from employment.
- (3) The compensation mentioned in sub-section (1) of clause (a) of section 12 shall be collected from the responsible employee.
(2) If the indemnity cannot be recovered from the responsible employee under sub-section (1), it may be deducted from his salary, allowance or any other financial benefit available, and if it is not possible to collect the same, it shall be made public. Shall be payable as a government debt under the Demands Recovery Act, 1913 (Bengal Act No. III of 1913).
- An employee aggrieved by an order made under section 12, may appeal against the said order, to the authority empowered for this purpose, and the appellate authority may continue, cancel or alter the order.
The order given by the President is not appealable
- Notwithstanding anything contained in section 4, no order may be appealed by the President under section 12 or sub-section (1) of section 4.
- (4) An employee aggrieved by an order made by the President under section 12 may petition the President for reconsideration of that order.
(2) The President may, on the basis of consideration of the application received under sub-section (1), make such order as he thinks fit.
- The President may, within such period of one (one) year from the date of the giving of any order made under section 12, give such order as he thinks fit.
Prohibition on re-hiring of dismissed employee
- No person who has been dismissed from the work of the Republic shall be eligible for any future work of the Republic or any other appointment by the State.
- (4) If the proposal or adoption of departmental proceedings is initiated against an employee, the Government or the appointing authority may temporarily dismiss him, considering the extent and nature of the complaint, the necessity of discharging the accused employee from his duties, the possibility of influence in the investigation.
Provided that the government or the appointing authority is greater It’s expedient if, instead of such employee suspended, by order in writing, the holidays are subject to availability, reaching a holiday from the date specified in the order may be issued.
(2) If an employee is imprisoned for a debt, or arrested in a criminal case or chargesheet is taken against him, the Government or the appointing authority may temporarily dismiss him from the day of such arrest, arrest or charge-taking.
(4) If any public servant is exempted or relieved of the charges brought against him, his temporary dismissal order, if any, shall be withdrawn.
Termination of employment due to citizenship of a foreign state
- (3) No government employee shall, under any other law for the time being, be entitled to citizenship of a foreign state.
(2) If an employee violates the provisions of sub-section (1), accepts citizenship of a foreign state, the government or, in the field, the appointing authority, may order the termination of his employment by giving the employee a reasonable opportunity to show cause.
(3) In order to make an order under sub-section (2), no departmental proceedings will be required.
(3) The order made under sub-section (2) shall be final.
Chapter XII The
criminal offense of a public servant
Arrangements in the case of an employee accused of a criminal offense
- (3) In the case of a criminal case filed in connection with the duty of a public servant in connection with the related charges, before he is arrested by the court, he has to obtain the permission of the government or the appointing authority.
(2) If a criminal case or any other legal proceeding is pending against a public servant in any court, there will be no restriction on the prosecution or settlement of the departmental proceedings against any one or more allegations under consideration.
(3) If the Judge finds in the court that the person accused of any criminal case pending in his court is a public servant, the court shall promptly notify the appointing or controlling authority concerned.
Arrangements for a convicted employee in a criminal case
- (4) If a public servant is sentenced to death by a court in a criminal case or imprisonment for a term not exceeding one (one) year, the judgment or order imposing such penalty shall be immediately dismissed from service.
(2) If a public servant is sentenced by a court to a maximum of one (one) year imprisonment or fine or both, in the criminal case, the appointing authority may impose any of the following penalties, namely: –
(B) postponement of promotion or pay increase for a fixed term;
(C) downgrade to lower rank or lower pay scale; Or
(d) obtaining appropriate compensation in the event of loss of public money or property due to the disobedience of a law or government order or willful neglect of duty.
(4) Notwithstanding anything contained in sub-section (1), if the President is satisfied that there is a special cause or circumstance for exemption from such dismissal to any person convicted by the court and dismissed from his service, he shall give such person. Exempt, and if such order is issued, that employee will be reinstated to the job.
(3) The imposition of penalties under sub-section (2) shall not be required by the appointing authority to prove or cause any departmental proceedings, and the order made for this purpose shall not be appealable.
(3) In the case of a sentence imposed by the court in a criminal case, –
(a) the person dismissed under sub-section (1), shall be reinstated to the job if subsequently relieved by the Court of Appeal; And
(B) A person convicted under sub-section (2) shall, afterwards be relieved by the Court of Appeal, withdraw the sentence imposed on him.
(4) An employee who is relieved, arriving at retirement age or abolishing the related post or job, shall not be reinstated to the job, but he shall be entitled to the financial benefits determined by the Government for this purpose.
Retirement, Resignation, etc.
Retirement of public servants
- (3) Subject to other provisions of this Act, –
(a) a public servant shall
retire at the age of five (sixty) years , and (b) a freedom fighter public servant shall retire at the age of six (sixty) years.
(2) The Government or, as the case may be, the competent authority may verify the freedom fighter certificate or identity of the freedom fighter employee referred to in clause (b) of sub-section (1):
provided that the person employed in the work of the Republic as a freedom fighter shall be exempted from such verification. Will be
- (3) At any time after the completion of twenty-five (twenty-five) years of the term of employment, a public servant may, in writing, express his intention to retire from the job, in writing, at least thirty (thirty) days before the date of retirement.
(2) The intention expressed under sub-section (1) shall be final and shall not be amended or revoked.
Retirement by the Government
- The Government may, at any time, after the expiry of twenty-five (twenty-five) years of the employment of a public servant, retire from the job without showing any reason, if it is deemed necessary:
Provided that in the case where the appointing authority of the President is to accept the President’s approval. Shall be
- (4) If a public servant deems himself incapable of performing public functions due to physical or mental incapacity or impairment, he may apply for retirement from the job and, if for this purpose, is declared permanently disabled by the medical board, the government or, in fact, the competent authority, renders him incapable of employment. From retirement.
(2) Notwithstanding anything contained in sub-section (1), in the event of the physical or mental incapacity of a public servant due to the discharge of public duties, the Government may make provision of appropriate financial compensation or benefit as per the rules.
- Any public servant who retires from his job or terminates his employment shall be entitled to a post-retirement leave of up to a maximum of one (one) year, subject to such provisions and conditions.
Restrictions on re-employment of retired government employees
- Upon the retirement of an employee, he shall not be re-appointed in any way by the action of the Republic or any other state of the State, except in pursuance of the provisions of section 4:
provided that this provision does not apply to any constitutional appointment.
Contractual appointment of retired government employees
- (3) The President may, in the public interest, appoint an employee on contractual basis, after retiring from the service.
(2) If an employee of contractual employment under sub-section (1) is on retirement-leave leave, the leave shall be postponed and upon termination of the contract-based employment, the remaining retirement-leave leave and its associated benefits may be obtained.
Retirement benefits, etc.
- (4) The availability of benefits, conditions and other matters, upon the retirement of a public servant or termination of employment in any other way, shall be determined by the Government, subject to the provisions of this Act and the order issued under section 4.
(2) Retirement benefits shall be disposed of as soon as possible within the stipulated time and, and, failing to do so, without sufficient and reasonable cause, shall be regarded as negligence in the responsibility of the concerned employee.
Retirement benefits postponed, withdrawals, etc.
- (4) Unless a judicial or departmental proceeding in which public money is accumulated against a public servant is unclear, he will not be entitled to any other retirement benefit, except for his contributions and interest paid to the future fund.
(2) In the case referred to in sub-section (1), the retirement benefit of the concerned employee shall be payable subject to the order given in such proceedings.
(4) A public servant, under this Act, shall not be entitled to any benefit other than his contribution and interest in the Fund, provided that he is removed or dismissed from the job:
provided that the Government rules in this regard as a special consideration. Can pay accordingly.
(3) If any person suffering from retirement benefits is convicted of a serious crime or guilty of any gross misconduct, by giving reasonable opportunity to appear, the government or the appointing authority may, in whole or in part, terminate, suspend or withdraw its retirement benefit.
Retired employees are out of control
- Jobs from the retirement rising, after the Article 49 under contract working on, except for a person, foreign or private employment or any project to take up employment, other occupations, business and going abroad for the government or the authorities asked for permission shall be required:
Provided That the government or competent authority, in any particular case, take a different job or profession, conduct business Barred journey abroad and imposes an obligation to take or leave the field may make an order.
Resign from the job
- A public servant may, at any time during his employment, apply for voluntary resignation from the job, subject to the conditions set by the Government, which shall be settled or finalized by the appointing authority.
The thirteenth chapter is
Receiving services through outsourcing
- (4) Unlike any action or position approved or specified by the Government for this purpose, the procurement of the Government and the service thereof shall be carried out in an outsourcing manner, following the provisions of any applicable law.
(2) Receiving services through outsourcing cannot by any means be considered as an assignment in the work of the Republic.
- To raise questions or objections to any court against any order, direction or action taken or issued under section 3, 5, 8, 9, 25, 9, 12 and 5 of the provisions of this Act and any other law for the time being in force. And will not file any lawsuit or any other legal proceeding against the Government, the competent authority or any public servant for any act deemed to have been done or done. Xu can not be.
An unwillingness to take the advice of the Commission
- Notwithstanding anything contained in any other law for the time being in force, consultation with the Commission on the following matters shall not be required, namely: –
(a) the disbursement of surplus employees under section 4;
(B) deduction of salary without the regular attendance under section 20;
(C) the imposition of an oath in accordance with clause (a) of section 12; And
(d) the contractual appointment of a retired employee under section 4 to the work of the Republic.
Revision of orders given in respect of salaries, allowances, etc.
- (4) If an employee is aggrieved by any order made with regard to his salary, allowance, retirement benefits or any other conditions of employment, he may request a reconsideration with the ordering authority.
(2) If a reconsideration petition is made under sub-section (1), the ordering authority may amend or revoke or continue the order given by him pursuant to such rules.
(3) The procedure for filing a reconsideration application under this section and all other matters shall be determined by the rules.
Appeal against the order given in respect of salaries, allowances, etc.
- (4) If an employee is annoyed by any order made with regard to his salary, allowance, retirement benefits or any other conditions of employment, he may, for this purpose, appeal to the empowered authority:
provided that the order issued or given under the provisions of section 1 Up against this and all other matters in which an appeal is filed under this Act, subject to this section Law shall be filed.
(2) In the case where the appellate authority referred to in sub-section (1) is not determined, an appeal may be filed with the next higher authority of the ordering authority.
(4) If an appeal is filed under sub-section (1), the appellate authority may, after such rules, make the appropriate order.
(3) The procedure for filing an appeal under this section and all other matters shall be determined by the rules.
Ability to make rules
- (3) For the purpose of this Act, the Government may, by notification in the Official Gazette, make rules.
(2) With the rule made under sub-section (1), the powers of any force made under the terms of Article 5 of the Constitution relating to such subject shall be abrogated by the President or any other law made by force under any other law.
(3) Subject to the provisions of this Act and any other law or law for the time being in force, the authority of the Government to take action under the Rules of Business, 1996 regarding the employment and condition of the employees in the work of the Republic shall remain intact.
Eliminate the difficulty
- In the event of any difficulty arising out of the implementation of any provision of this Act or clarification on any matter, the Government may, by general or special order, take necessary action, in order to remove or explain such difficulty.
Cancellation and custody
- (3) The following laws, hereinafter referred to as those laws, were hereby repealed, namely: –
(a) the Public Servants (Retirement) Act, 1974 (Act No. XII of 1974);
(B) the Services (Reorganization and Conditions) Act, 1975 (Act No. XXXII of 1975);
(C) Government Servants (Special Provisions) Ordinance, 1979 (Ordinance No. XI of 1979);
(D) Public Employees Discipline (Punctual Attendance) Ordinance, 1982 (Ordinance No. XXXIV of 1982);
(E) Public Servants (Dismissal on Conviction) Ordinance, 1985 (Ordinance No. V of 1985); And
(f) the Surplus Government Employees Integration Act, 23 (Act 6 of 25).
(2) Notwithstanding such cancellation, –
(A) Under such laws, from time to time, made or issued and the rules, orders, instructions, in force before the enactment of this Act shall be deemed to have been made under this Act;
(B) any action or action taken under those laws shall be deemed to have been done or taken under this Act; And
(c) if any action or action taken under the said Act is unspecified or is underway, it shall be disposed of in accordance with the provisions of those laws.
Publish translated text in English
- (3) After the introduction of this Act, the Government shall, as soon as possible, by notification in the Official Gazette, publish a reliable text translated into English in this Act.
(2) The Bengali text shall prevail in the case of a dispute between the Bengali text and the English text.