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Law and Procedure of Departmental Enquries (In Private and Public Sector)

Law and Procedure of Departmental Enquries (In Private and Public Sector)

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Description
This is a great classic which has long been accepted as the most authoritative and comprehensive work on the subject.
Every aspect of the subject has been dealt with in detail, going step by step from the initial complaint to its final disposal. Through an exhaustive index, the reader can reach any minute aspect or topic concerning departmental enquiries.
During the last 23 years since the third edition, the courts have become more pragmatic in their approach in reviewing the procedures of departmental enquiries, proportionality of punishment and relief to the employees, including reinstatement and back wages. The law relating to standard of proof and evidence in departmental enquiries has been firmed and crystallized. The book has a new Introduction and, to cover the aspect of limitations on judicial review by Superior Courts, a new sub-note on judicial review has been added in Chapter XXIII.
Since prevention is better than cure, this work should find place on the table of all those concerned with the initiation and conducting of domestic and departmental enquiries. Equally, the affected party and his counsel can with this work ensure that their rights and interests are properly safeguarded.
It is a must book for the Central and State government departments, public and private sector enterprises, apart from being indispensable for the legal professionals.
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Contents
Volume I
I. Principles of Natural Justice and Reasonable Opportunity
II. Contingencies in Employment in Which Principles of Natural Justice are Applicable
III. Complaints and Decision to Initiate Enquiries
IV. Charge-sheet and its Drafting
V. Charge-sheet—Service to Workman
VI. Reply to the Charge-sheet and its Considerations
VII. Suspension During Enquiry
VIII. Criminal Proceedings and Departmental Enquiry
IX. Power to Hold Enquiry and its Delegation
X. Manner of Holding Enquiry
XI. Representation of Employees Before Enquiry Officer
XII. Production and Inspection of Documents
XIII. What Evidence Should be Led Before the Enquiry Officer by Employer as well as Delinquent Employee.
VOLUME II
XIV. Evidence Before Enquiry Officer
XV.  Disposal of the Case by Enquiry Officer.
XVI. Consideration by Disciplinary Authority
XVII. Passing of Dismissal Order and Departmental Remedies
XVIII. Bar on Change in Conditions of Service During Pendency of Proceeding.
XIX. Judicial Control of Labour Courts and Industrial Tribunals
XX.  Malice, Victimisation and Unfair Labour Practice
XXI. Reinstatement and Grant of Back Wages
XXII. Jurisdiction of Civil Court in Disciplinary Matters
XXIII. Writ Jurisdiction of High Court in Disciplinary Matters
Appendices
I.   Extracts from CCS (Conduct) Rules, 1964
II.  Extracts from Central Civil Services (Classification, Control and Appeal) Rules, 1965
III.  Extracts from Central Civil Services (Temporary Service) Rules, 1965
IV. The Departmental Inquiries (Enforcement of Attendance of Witnesses and Production
     of Documents) Act, 1972
V.  The Public Servants (Inquiries) Act, 1850
Subject Index
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