In the Second Chapter of PB CSR Vol 1 Part 1 Chapter 2 Definitions Part 2 || Ques Ans ||. Here are Important Questions Answers of this Chapters.
Notes of PB CSR Vol 1 Part 1
Ques Ans (Part 2)
Ques. 221 (a) A Medical Officer of Government receives RS. 500/- P.M. from a Local Body, with the sanction of Punjab Government, for performance of part time duties in a dispensary of the Municipal Committee. How will you classify this amount? (SAS (12/2001) (5)
(b) Mr. ‘A’ a Surgeon receives Rs. 2000/- P.M. from the Municipal Committee Hoshiarpur, with the sanction of the Punjab Government, for performance of part time duties in the Municipal Dispensary. How should this amount be classified? (SAS 12/98) (5)
Ans 221 Under rule 2.18 of CSR Vol-1, Part-1, the amounts received by the Medical Officer/Surgeon from the Local Body/Municipal Committee, with the sanction of Govemnent, will be classified as fee.
Ques. 222 Distinguish between “Fee” & “Honorarium”. (SAS 1/04) (2), (1/96) (5) & 6/94 (4)
Ans. 222 Fee denotes a regular or irregular payment made to a government worker by a source other than the Consolidated Fund of India, a State, or a U.T. whether made directly or indirectly through the intermediary of Government (i.e. from semi Govt/Private person). In contrast, an honorarium is a regular or irregular payment made to a government worker from the Consolidated Fund of India, a State, or a U.T. in exchange for specific labour that is occasionally or intermittent in nature (government money; see Rules 2.18 and 2.30 of CSR Vol. 1, Part-1).
Ques. 223 Distinguish between foreign service and Deputation out of India (SAS 6/94) (4)
Ans. 223 Foreign Service means service, in which a Government employee receives his pay with the sanction of Government, from any source other than the revenues of the Union or State Government or a Union Territory.
Whereas Deputation out of India means a Government employee is, with the proper sanction, temporarily sent on assignment outside of India either in relation to the position he holds in India or in relation to any unique duties. (Paras 2.121 & 6.2 of CSR Vol-1, Part-I).
Ques. 224 Define General Revenues (SAS Questions.)
Ans 224 According to CSR Vol. 1, Part 1, Rule 2.23, General receipts do not include Local Fund receipts and instead include those of the Union Government or State Government.
Ques. 225 As a rule Head of Department is the authority shown in column 5 of Appendix ‘C’ to the Budget Manual. Are there any exception to the rule?
Ans 225. As per rule 2.25 of CSR Vol-1, Part-1, exceptions to the rule are given below: –
- Regarding himself and his own staff, the Governor is the department’s head.
- Commissioners are Heads of Departments with respect to the Government employees, whose pay is charged to the group heads Commissioners and District Administrative.
- The Conservators of Forests are Head of Departments for all ministerial Government employees, Forest Rangers, Deputy Rangers, Foresters, Forest Guards and Class IV employees serving in their circles.
Ques. 226 Who is the Head of Department in respect of Honourable Governor of Punjab ? (SAS 2/2003)(2)
Ans 226. According to exception (1) to rule 2.25 of CSR Vol-l, Part-1, In terms of himself, the Governor is in charge of the department.
Ques. 227 Please state whether the term Holiday includes ‘Local Holidays” which may be granted at the discretion of Head of Office?
Ans 227. Vide note below rule 2.29 of CSR Vol-1, Part-1, the term Holiday does not include ‘Local Holiday which may be granted at the discretion of Head of Office.
Ques. 228 Define Honorarium? State the circumstances under which it is granted?
Ans 228. Under rule 2.30 of CSR Vol-1, Part-1, Honorarium refers to a regular or irregular payment made to a government employee out of the Consolidated Fund of India or to cover one-off, irregular, or irregularly timed work, on behalf of a State or a U.T.
Under rule 5.55 ibid, A Competent Authority may provide an honorarium to a government employee as compensation for work that is irregular in nature, arduous, or of exceptional excellence that justifies the award of a particular reward.
Ques. 229 Whether Honorarium can be paid to a Government employee In respect of any work which can fairly be regarded as part of his legitimate duties?
Ans 229. Vide note 1 below rule 2.30 and rule 5.56 of CSR Vol-1, Part-1, no Honorarium can be paid to a Government employee in respect of any work which can fairly be regarded as part of his legitimate duties.
Ques. 230 Can Honorarium be paid to a Government employee for working outside office hours?
Ans 230. Vide note 2 below rule 2.30 of CSR Vol-l, Part-l, no honorarium should ordinarily be given to a Government employee for working outside office hours but continuous working out of office hours may justify a claim to Honorarium or to special pay.
Ques. 231 How much Honorarium can be granted to Gazetted Officers engaged on work in connection with the setting of a State Government Company or Corporation?
Ans 231. Vide note 4 below rule 2.30 and note 7 below 5.55 of CSR Vol-1, Part-1, no honorarium should be granted to Gazetted Officers engaged on work in connection with the setting up of a State Government Company or Corporation, which forms a part of their normal duties, even if they work beyond office hours.
Ques. 232 Mr. ‘G’ permanent employee, a teacher, in Government School Gurdaspur was transferred to Government School Patiala and normal joining time was allowed to him. A day before he was to join at Patiala; he got another transfer order to join at Govt. School Ropar within the normal joining time. The day after he got a third order in which previous orders were cancelled. Please state clearly the joining time he is entitled to avail himself? (SAS 6/99) (5)
Ans. As per provisions of rules 2.32 and 9.1 of CSR Vol-1, Part-1, joining time means the time allowed to a Government employee to enable him to join a new post, either at the same or new station, to which he is posted.
Mr. ‘G’ has not joined any new post, therefore, he is not entitled to any joining time. The period between his relieving and re-joining the old post will be regularized by granting him leave of the kind due.
Ques. 233 Define Leave Salary. How leave salary of a Government employee is calculated?
Ans. Under rule 2.34 of CSR Vol 1 Part 1, leave salary means the monthly amount paid by Goverment to a Government employee on leave.
Under rule 8.122 (1) of CSR Vol-I. Part-1, An officer on earned leave is entitled to leave pay equal to the wage he was drawing just before leaving.
Ques. 234 Whether a Group ‘A’ Superintendent (previously Gazetted Officer) of the Office of Chief Engineer, PWD, B&R can be classed as a Ministerial employee.
Ans 234 As per note below rule 2.40 of CSR Vol-1, Part-I, those members of Class-II (now Group B) service, whose duties are predominantly clerical shall be classed a ministerial employee.
As such the Officer will be classed as Ministerial employee.
Ques 235. A Government employee proceeded on 32 days earned leave from 30.1.2005. Please count it in months & days.
Ans 235. Under rule 2.41 of CSR Vol-l, the period will be considered as 1 month and 4 days, as calculated below:-
|(2 days) 30.1.05 to 31.1.05||0-0-2|
|(28 days) February 2005||0-1-0|
|(2 days) 1.3.05 to 2.3.05||0-0-2|
Ques 236. Please calculate the period of 3 months and 20 days from 25.1.2005?
Ans 236. Under rule 2.41 of CSR Vol-1, Part-1, the period of 3 months and 20 days from 25.1.2005 will be from 25.1.05 to 13.5.05, as calculated below: –
|25.1.05 to 31.1.05||0-0-7|
|Feb.,March & Apr.05||0-3-0|
|1.5.05 to 13.5.05||0-0-13|
Ques 237 Calculate the period in terms of months and days from 5th January to 18 September ? (SAS 3/91) (5)
Ans 237. Under 2.41 of CSR Vol-1, Part-1, the period from 5th January to 18th September will be 8 months and 15 days, as calculated below:-
|5 January to 31 January||0-0-27|
|February to August||0-7-0|
|1st September to 18 September||0-0-18|
Ques 238. (a) Work out the number of months and days during the period from 2.3.95 to 30.7.95?
(b) A Government employee sought voluntary retirement and retired on 17.6.93. Work out the period of 10 months for which average emoluments have to be worked out for calculation of pension? (SAS 7/96) (5)
Ans 238. Under rule 2.41 of CSR Vol-1, Part-1, the period from 2.3.95 to 30.7.95 will be 5 months as calculated below:
|2.3.95 to 31.3.95||0-0-30|
|April to July 95||0-3-0|
|17.95 to 30.7.95||0-0-30|
|1.6.93 to 16.6.93||0-0-16|
|September 92 to May 93||0-9-0|
|18.8.92 to 31.8.92||0-0-14|
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