Model Recruitment Rules for Group C Post.

Model Recruitment Rules for Group ‘C’ posts in Pay Band-I, with Grade Pay of Rs.1800/- (pre-revised Group’D’ posts)

The 6th CPC recommended that all Group ‘D’ posts in the Government will stand upgraded to Group ‘C’, Pay Band-I with Grade Pay of Rs.1800, along with the incumbents (after suitable training, wherever required). The other recommendations of the Commission, in this regard include:

(i) There will be no further recruitment in Group ‘D’.
(ii) The existing Group ‘D’ posts will be placed in Group’C’ Pay Band-I with   Grade Pay of Rs.1800.
(iii) The minimum qualification for appointment to this level will be either loth pass or IT1 equivalent
(iv) Multi- skilling, with one employee performing jobs hitherto performed by different Group ‘D’employees.
(v) Common Designation for these posts,

Model Recruitment Rules (Annex-I) have been framed keeping in view the recommendations of the Pay Commission.

All the Ministries/Departments are requested to amend the Recruitment Rules for the erstwhile  Group’ D’ posts as per the Model RRs and the recommendations of the Pay Commission.

Ministries/ Departments may adopt the designation of MULTITASKING STAFF for some common categories of posts in the secretariat offices. Annex-ll indicates the categories of erstwhile Group ‘D’ posts which may be given this designation and illustrative list of duties attached to these posts. For other categories of posts, Ministries/ Departments may adopt single designation for posts whose duties are similar in nature and where the officials can easily be switched from one task to another.
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1 thought on “Model Recruitment Rules for Group C Post.”

  1. singh meghraj

    hai sir i would like to know that whether a domicile certificate is required in central government service after appointment. and what are the conditions for the domicile certificate.

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