SENIORITY IN SPECIAL TYPES OF CASES
O.M. No. 22011/7/86-Estt.(D) Dated 03.07.1986
4.1. In the case of such ex-T.B. or ex-Pleurisy ex-Leprosy patients, as have been declared non-infective and medically fit for Government service, on re-employment in the same posts from which they were discharged the actual previous service rendered by them should be counted for seniority. The seniority of such persons re-employed in other posts will be fixed in consultation with the Department of Pers. & Trg.
4.2.1 Seniority of an officer under suspension and of officers against whom enquiries are pending.
O.M. No. 22011/4/91-Estt. (A) Dated 14.09.1992
An officer under suspension who on conclusion of the departmental proceeding against him/her, is completely exonerated, the suspension being held to be wholly unjustified, should be promoted in the first vacancy that could be made available for the purpose and his/her seniority in the next higher grade fixed as if he/she had been promoted in accordance with his/her position in the select list. In such a case, the period during which any officer junior to the suspended officer concerned was promoted to the higher grade should be reckoned towards the minimum period of service prescribed for purpose of eligibility for promotion to the higher grade.