Judgment Sheet Regarding Counting Previous Service & Seniority Contract Employees Punjab

The Punjab Service Tribunal, Lahore issued its judgment on 30-09-2016 in connection with Counting Previous Service & Seniority Contract Employees Punjab. The last para of this judgment is as under:

Upshot of above decision is that the impugned orders are not sustainable in the eye of law. This it is declared that the appellants are not probationers within the meaning of the PMS(Probationers) Training, final passing out examination and seniority rules 2012 and these rules are not applicable in case of the applicants. Moreover the previous service rendered by the appellants on contractual basis with the department shall be counted towards seniority, retirement, pensionary benefits.

Special thanks to Mr. Mujtaba Safdar & Mr. Zia Malik for sending the copy of the decision.

 

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7 Comments

  1. MAQSOOD BHATTI says:

    A. A
    sir kindly provide copy with signatures please

  2. shujjah haider says:

    dear sir . i am working as sst science govt high school in district chakwal.
    four year contract period of my service will be included in regular job length?
    waiting for your kind reply thanks

  3. Saleem Shahzad says:

    Will it be implemented upon the service of Educators who are appointed in 2002 to 2007. Please clarify admin. We shall be thankful to you.

  4. muhammad rizwan says:

    what about restoration of increments earned during contract service?

  5. Libr says:

    please share complete judgement which contained all pages

  6. Usman Khan says:

    This is not a complete judgement, It contains 20 pages, but here only 5 pages are available. please upload remaining pages. Thanks

  7. muhammad aquib says:

    What about restoration of increments earned during contract periods?

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