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MINISTRY OF FINANCE
(Department of Expenditure)
(Controller General of Accounts)
New Delhi, the 2nd January, 2001
G.S.R. 11(E).—In exercise of the powers conferred by the proviso to article 309 of the Constitution and in
superscssion of the Central Civil Accounts Service (Group ‘CI’) Recruitment Rules, 1978 relating to the post of Junior
Accounts Ofﬁcer and Central Civil Accounts Service (Assistant Account Officer) Recruitment Rules, 1990, except as
respect things done or omitted to be done before such supersession, the President hereby makes the following rules
regulating the method of recruitment to the posts of Junior Accounts Oﬁicer and Assistant Accounts Ofﬁcer of the
Central Civil Accounts Service, namely :-—— . . _
l. Short title and commencement.——(l) These rules may be called the Central Civil Accounts Service (Junior
Accounts Oiﬁcer and Assistant Accounts Ofﬁcer) Recruitment Rules, 2000.
(2) They shall come into force on the date of their publication in the Ofﬁcial Gazette.
2. Number of Posts, Classification and Scales of Pay—The number of the said posts, their classiﬁcation and
the scales of pay attached thereto shall be as speciﬁed in columns 2 to 4 of the said Schedule.
3. Method of recruitment, age limit, qualifications, etc.—The method of recruitment, age limit, qualiﬁcations
and other matters relating to the said posts shall be as speciﬁed in columns 5 to 14 of the said Schedule.
4. Controlling Authority of the posts—The posts' shall be controlled by Controller General of Accounts in
Ministry of Finance.
5. Liability for transfen—The Junior Accounts Ofﬁcer and Assistant Accounts Ofﬁcer shall be liable to
transfer anywhere in India.
6. Disqualifications.-—No person,—
(a) who has entered into or contracted a marriage with a person having a spouse living; or
(b) who having a spouse living, has entered into or contracted a marriage with any person,
shall be eligible for appointment to any of the said posts :
Provided that the Central Government may, if satisﬁed, that such marriage is permissible under the personal
law- applicable to such person and the other party to the marriage and that there are other grounds for so doing, exempt
any person from the operation of this rule. ‘ '
5. Power to relax—Where the Central Government is of the opinion that it is necessary or expedient so to do,
it may, by order, for reasons to be recorded/in writing, relax any of the provisions of these rules with respect of any class
or category of persons.
6. Saving—Nothing in these rules shall affect reservations, relaxation of age limit and other concessions
required to be provided for the Scheduled Castes, the Scheduled Tribes, Ex-servicemen and other special categories of
persons in accordance with the orders issued by the Central Government from time to time in this regard.
Nameof No. of Classiﬁcation Scale of pay Whether selection? . " j Age limit for direct
post posts ' by merit or ‘ recruits
seniority or non-
1 2 ' 3 4 5 6
1. Junior. 342* General Central Rs.5500-l75- Non-Selection - Not exceeding 30 years
Accounts (2000) Service. 9000 ' 90% Note 1. Relaxable for
Olﬁcer *Subject to Group ‘B‘ ‘ Selection-cum- Government servants up
variation , (Non-Gazetted) seniority - 10% to 5 years in accordance
dependent ‘ Ministerial . with instructions or orders
on workload. issued by the Central Government.
THE GAZETTE OF INDlat : EXTRAORDINARY
[PART 11—850. 2
Note 2. The crucial date for J
determining the age limit shall b\
the closing date for receipt of
application from candidates in
India (and not the closing date
prescribed [or those in Assam.
Meghalaya. Arunachal Pradesh.
MiZOIHTl'I. Manipur, Nagaland.
Tripura, Sikkim. Ladakh Division
of Midi State. Lahatil and Spiti
District and Pangi Sub Division of
Chain‘oa District of Himaehal
Pradcsh. Andaman and Nicobar
Islands or Lakshdwecp.)
Whether beneﬁt of
added years of service '
Educational and other
for direct recruits
Whether age and educa-
prescribed [or direct
period of probation. if any
recruits will apply in tire
case of prontotees
A degree ofa recognized
Accounts as one of the
Note 1. Qualiﬁcations
are relaxablc at the
discretion of the S.S.C.
in case ol'candidatcs
otherwise well qualiﬁed.
\ Two years.
Method of recruitment.
uhethcr by direct recruit-
ment or by promotion or
in case of recruitment by promotion!
deputationfnbsorption. grades from
exists what is its
which Union Public
by deputationfor by to be made composition is to be consulted in
absorption and "/b ofthe making recruitment
posts to be ﬁlled by
I i 12 l3 I4
909/" by promotion failing Promotion : Group ‘8‘ Departmental Consultation with the
which by deputation
failing both by direct
Note 1 The direct recruits
will be selected on the
basis of an Entrance
by (‘ontroller General of
Accounts or any Autho-
rity speciﬁed by him.
(i) 90% of the posts in the grade of
Junior Accounts Ofﬁcers shall be
ﬁlled by promotion on Seniority-
cum ﬁtness basis From a common
seniority list to be drawn up and
maintained by the Controller
General of Accounts of persons
who have passed the Junior
Accounts Officer (C‘it'il)
i"..samiuat|on. The syllabus and
Union Public Service
Commission is not
promotion. consisting of: necessary
General of Accounts
Two oﬂicers of the
rank of Chief Controller
12 ' 13
During the period of
probation they should
qualify the Junior
Accounts Ofﬁcer (Civil)
examination for substan-
tive appointments failing
which they are liable for
discharge from service.
10% b_v promotion;
conditions of eligibility for the
examination shall be such as
may be speciﬁed by the Controller
General of Accounts provided that
the Controller General of Accounts
may at his discretion exempt any
pcrson who is qualiﬁed Chartered
Accountant or Cost Accountant
I‘rorn appearing in any subject in
the said examination.
10% ol" the posts in the grade of
Junior Acceunts Ofﬁcer’s may be
ﬁlled up by promotion from
common seniority list to be drawn
up and maintained by Controller
General of Accounts of Senior
. Accountants (pay scale
Rs. 5000—8000) who have
rendered not less than ltJ years
. service in the grade on the basis
of Sclectiou-cum-seniority and
who have crossed the age of
53 years as on 1st. January of
the year. For the purpose of this
clause service in the grade of
Senior AccOuntant shall include
the previous service rendered
as selection grade Auditor in
the lndian Audit and Accounts
Department or the organisation
of the ershvhile Chief Pay &
Accounts Otﬁccr. ‘
Deputation : . 3
Ofﬁcers from any Organised
Accounts service under the
Central Government : '
Holding a post of Junior
Accounts Otfieer or analogous
posts on regular basis: or
Auditors who have qualiﬁed
the SAS or equivalent to Junior
Accounts Ofﬁcer lixam with
3 years regular service in the
grade. -' '
The departmental Ofﬁcers in
the feeder category who are in
- the direct line of promotion
shall not be eligible for consi-
deration for appointment on
Similarly. Deputalionists shall
not be eligible for considcratioi'i
for appointment by Promotitm.
(period of deputation including
period of deputation in another
ex-cadre post held immediately
preceding this appointment in
the same or other organisatiom’
department ol‘the Central
Government shall not ordinarily
exceed 3 years. The maximum
age limit for appointment by
deputation shall be not exceed-
ing 56 years as on the closing
date of receipt of Applications.)
2, Assistant Accounts
General Central Service
Rs. 6500-200-10,500 Non Selection
Ollicer *Subjeet to Gr. "B’ (Gazetted)
6 'r' 8 9 10
Not applicable Not applicable Not applicable Not applicable Not applicable
Junior Accounts Officers with 3
years regular seryice in the scale
of Rs. 5500-[75-9000 and “ho
have qualiﬁed Jr. AO (Civil)
Exam or equivalent exam.
Note 3 Where Juniors who have
completed their qualifying!
eligibility service are being
considered for promotion. their
seniors would also be
COllSldCl'Cd/pl‘m'ldCd they are
not short of the requisite
by more than half of such
or two years. whichever is
less and have successfully
completed their probation
period for promotion to the
next higher grade alongu'ith
their Juniors who have already
completed such qualifying!
Group ‘5" Departmental Consultationwith the
Promotion Committee Union Public Service
(for considering Commission is not
promotion consisting of: necessary
1. Joint Controller
General of Accounts
2. Two ofﬁcers of the
rank of Chief Controller
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UK. MAITRA, Jt. Controller General of Accounts
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