Government of India
Ministry of Finance, Dept. of Expenditure
Office of the Controller General of Accounts
Lok Nayak Bhavan, New Delhi
REGULATION FOR THE ASSISTANT ACCOUNTS OFFICER
(CIVIL) SPECIAL EXAMINATION, 2011 FOR APPOINTMENT AS
ASSISTANT ACCOUNTS OFFICERS IN DEPARTMENTALISED
ACCOUNTS ORGANISATION.
INTRODUCTION
1.
These Regulations will be called as 'Assistant Accounts Officer
(Civil) Special Examination Regulations 2011' and will be applicable only
for the Assistant Accounts Officer (Civil) Special Examination to be held in
the year 2011. These regulations have been framed in exercise of the
powers vested in the CGA under Para 3 read along with paras 16.2 and 16.4
of the 'the Assistant Accounts Officer (Civil) Examination Regulation 2006.
2. The Examination would be conducted in the manner prescribed by
the Controller General of Accounts by means of question papers set by or on
behalf of the Controller General of Accounts. The answers would be
examined and marked by Officers nominated by or on behalf of the
Controller General of Accounts.
3. ELIGIBILITY CONDITIONS:
3.1 Only the following categories of candidates of the Central Civil
Accounts Service will be eligible to appear in the AAO(Civil) Special Exam
2011:-
(a) Candidates who have, as on date, already passed 7 out of the 8
subjects of the AAO(Civil) Examination conducted by the CGA and the
CCC Examination conducted by the DOEACC Society;
(b) Candidates who have, as on date, passed 7 out of the 8 subjects of the
AAO (Civil) Examination conducted by the CGA but have not passed the
CCC Exam conducted by DOEACC Society will also be admitted into the
Assistant Accounts Officer (Civil) Special Exam 2011 provided they are
appearing in the CCC Exam to be conducted by DOEACC Society in June
2011.
(c) Candidates who have passed all the 8 subjects of the AAO(Civil)
Examination conducted by the CGA but have not passed the CCC Exam
conducted by DOEACC Society.

3.2 Candidates would be required to pass all the 8 papers along with the
course and examination on Computer Concepts within a period of 12
successive examinations conducted by the Controller General Accounts
commencing from his/her first appearance under the new regulation in order
to be eligible for promotion as Assistant Accounts Officer. The period of 12
successive examination will include any examination in respect of which the
candidate has been allowed to withdraw his candidature under the rules and
regulations of the regular examination. For this purpose, the papers passed
under the regular Assistant Accounts Officer (Civil) Exam conducted by the
CGA will also be taken into account.
3.3 Attendance in the Assistant Accounts Officer (Civil) Special Exam
2011 will be compulsory for the eligible candidates as listed at para 3.1
above.
4. RELAXATION IN THE CONDITIONS OF ELIGIBILITY:
All the conditions of eligibility of the candidates to take up the
examination has been laid down in para 3.1 above and no request for
relaxation will be entertained by the Controller General of Accounts.
5. SYLLABUS OF THE EXAMINATION:
Syllabus for the Assistant Accounts Officer (Civil) Special
Examination 2011 will be the same as that for the regular AAO(Civil)
Examination conducted by the CGA.
6. WITHDRAWAL
No candidate will be allowed to withdraw from these exams.
7. SENIORITY:
The successful candidates of the Assistant Accounts Officer(Civil)
Special Examination 2011 will rank enblock junior to the junior-most
successful candidate of the AAO(Civil) Exam 2010 according to their inter-
se seniority.
8. TRAINING:
CGA will arrange an intensive training at INGAF, Delhi in July, 2011. The
training will be followed by the Assistant Accounts Officer (Civil) Special
Exam 2011. Attendance in the training will be compulsory for all the
eligible candidates except those who have passed all the 8 subjects of the
Assistant Accounts Officer (Civil) Exam conducted by CGA. The dates of
training will be intimated separately.

9. REPRESENTATIONS FROM FAILED CANDIDATES
Representation from failed candidates for the grant of grace marks,
revaluation/rechecking of the answer books should not be forwarded to the
Controller General of Accounts unless the Pr.CCAs/ CCAs/CAs, etc, is fully
convinced that there are sufficiently strong grounds for entertaining the
representations. Representations of this nature received directly from the
candidates or through officers subordinate to CCAs/CAs, will not be
entertained.
10. CENTRE OF EXAMINATION:
The Assistant Accounts Officer (Civil) Special Examination 2011 will
be held only at Delhi Centre.
11. TRAVELLING ALLOWANCE:
Travelling allowance as admissible under SR 164 and orders issued
thereunder will be admissible to the outstation candidates who attend the
training/examination at Delhi.
12. COURSE AND EXAMINATION ON COMPUTER CONCEPTS.
12.1 The candidates appearing for the Assistant Accounts Officer (Civil)
Special Examination 2011 will have to enroll themselves for the 'Course on
Computer Concepts' (CCC) with the accredited institutes of DOEACC
Society and qualify any of the CCC Exam conducted/to be conducted by the
Society upto the date of the Special Exam. Qualifying the CCC exam
conducted by DOEACC Society is mandatory for promotion as Assistant
Accounts Officer.
12.2 The cost of initial training of the candidates will be borne by the
ministry from which the candidate would be appearing for the examination.
The Pr.CCAs/CCAs/CAs etc are required to make necessary provision of
funds to meet the expenditure of the training of the candidate. The DOEACC
Society will be charging an examination fee (currently Rs.340.00) for each
appearance in the CCC exam after training. The Pr.CCAs/CCAs/CAs etc
will bear the cost of examination fee for each candidate not more than twice.
The cost of examination fee for subsequent attempts, due to failure/ absence,
will be borne by the respective candidates and will be remitted by the
candidates directly to the DOEACC Society.

12.3 The DOEACC Society are currently conducting the exams for the
CCC course thrice in a calendar year i.e February, June & October.
However, since the Assistant Accounts Officer (Civil) Special examination,
2011 will be held in July, 2011, the candidates who qualify any of the CCC
exam conducted by DOEACC upto June 2011, as per the schedule of
DOEACC, only will be considered for inclusion in the list of successful
candidates of the Assistant Accounts Officer (Civil) Special examination,
2011 provided he/she has also passed the examination in the concerned
subject of the Special Exam.
12.4 The syllabus of the CCC examination conducted by the DOEACC
society presently is at Annexure-II. However the syllabus could vary from
time to time as may be notified by the DOEACC society. The candidates
would be covered by the syllabus prevalent at the time they appear in the
examination.
13. GENERAL
13.1. In respect of all matters not specified above, the Regulations as
appearing in the AAO (Civil) Examination Regulations 2006 shall apply.
13.2 Controller General of Accounts expects that all the
PrCCAs/CCAs/CAs, etc. to strictly adhere to the prescribed regulations and
schedule that may be prescribed for the various activities connected with the
Examination.
13.3
The Controller General of Accounts shall have the authority to add
to or alter the list of categories eligible to appear in the examination as also
the other eligibility conditions in respect of the examination.
13.4
The Controller General of Accounts shall have the authority to
vary, relax or modify any of the regulations, conditions and procedures of
the examination for a specified class / group of persons.
13.5
The Controller General of Accounts shall have the authority to
vary, relax any of the regulations, conditions and procedures in the
examination.
13.6 In all the matters relating to the Examination, the decision of the
Controller General of Accounts shall be final.
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