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Law of Termination of Services

Law of Termination of Services

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  • Author(s): V.S. Bhanot
  • Brand: Universal LexisNexis
  • Edition: Ed 2006
  • ISBN 10 8175345306
  • ISBN 13 9788175345300
  • Approx. Pages 332 + contents
  • Format Paperback
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Description
The Book attempts to incorporate latest law on the subject of Termination which will educate both the employees as also the employers in the matter of their rights and responsibilities. In short, this Book contains:
•    Exposition of the provisions of Central Civil Services (Temporary Service)
      Rules, 1965 with latest case law on the subject.
•    Grounds on which services of the employees can be terminated.
•    Relevance of "Motive" and "Foundation" present in the minds of the competent
      authorities before passing orders of termination of employees.
•    Difference between a "Probationer" and a "Temporary Employee" in the matters
      relating to security of their services.
•    Guidelines for termination of probationary periods of Probationers before issuing
      orders of their confirmation in their respective services.
•    Instructions regarding regularisation of services of ad hoc employees.
•    Law on the subject of security of services of employees appointed on contract.
•    Applicability of Articles 14 and 16 of the Constitution of India in matters relating to
      termination of services of employees working in Public Sector Undertakings,
      Registered Co-operative Societies etc.
•    Retrenchment/termination of workers governed by Industrial Disputes Act, 1947
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Contents
Chapter 1 - Introduction
Chapter 2 - Central Civil Services (Temporary Service)Rules, 1965
Chapter 3 - Grounds of Termination of Services of Temporary Employees
Chapter 4 - Circumstances in Which Courts may call for the Records of the Case to Lift
the Veil form innocuous order of Termination to See what is hidden behind it
Chapter 5 - Relevance of ‘Motive’ and ‘Foundation’ in passing orders of termination of Services of Employees
Chapter 6 - Role of the Courts in Safeguarding the Interests of the Temporary Employees
 against Misuse of Provisions of CCS (TS) Rules by their Employers in Termination Cases
Chapter 7 - Gist of the Leading Judgements Relating to Termination of Services of
 Temporary Employees
Chapter 8 - Termination of Services of a Probationer
Chapter 9 - Termination of Services of AD HOC Employees
Chapter 10 - Termination of Services of Employees Appointed on Contract
Chapter 11 - Termination/ Regularisation of Services of Casual Workers
Chapter 12 - Termination of Services of Employees of Statutory Corporations/ Co-operative
 Societies, etc.
Chapter 13 - Retrenchment and Termination of Employees
Subject Index
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Author Details
V.S. Bhanot
was born on 5-4-1933 in Layalpur (Pakistan) and after his early schooling In S.D. High School, Layalpur and Sain Dass A.S. High School, Jalandhar (Punjab), he post-graduated from the Punjab University in Political Science and History with distinctions. He joined Government of India in 1958 after qualifying U.P.S.C. Examination from where he retired from a Senior Class I position in 1990. He did his LL.B. during his service career. He has been in the field of service matter jurisprudence particularly relating to Vigilance and Establishment matters for the last more than a quarter of a century. He has been delivering lectures on the subject in various In-service training courses for Government Servants. He has already authored two monumental works, one on "Disciplinary Proceedings" (2003 Edition) and the other on "Law of Confidential Reports" (2004 Edition) published by Universal Law Publishing Co. Pvt. Ltd. The author is now engaged in consultancy works in the field.
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