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  University Circulars  

SUBJECT: GUIDELINES FOR COMPASSIONATE APPOINTMENT

The Executive Council at its 46th meeting held on 18.02.2004 considered and approved the following amendments in the existing guidelines on making appointment on compassionate ground.

    (i)     The appointment on compassionate ground can be made only upto 5% of direct recruitment vacancies and no appointment will be made even on daily wages, if no vacant post is available in direct recruitment quota.

    (ii)    The amount of immediate monetary relief being given to the family of deceased in the form of advance has been enhanced from Rs.2500/- to Rs.8000/- or three months basic pay whichever is less.

In view of above, the consolidated guidelines for appointment on compassionate ground will be as follows:

    01.     SCOPE:

        To a widow or son or daughter of the Jamia Hamdard Employee who dies in harness including death by suicide, leaving his family in immediate need of assistance, when there is no other earning member in the family.

    02.    COMPETENT AUTHORITY TO MAKE COMPASSIONATE APPOINTMENT:

      The Vice-Chancellor, Jamia Hamdard.

    03.     POST TO WHICH SUCH APPOINTMENT CAN BE MADE:

        Group C or Group D post.

    04.     ELIGIBILITY

        (a)     Compassionate appointment can be made only upto 5% of direct recruitment vacancies except on the post of Safai Karamchari and Mali.

        (b)     Applicant for compassionate appointment should be appointed only after he/she is found eligible/suitable for the post in all respect under the provisions of the relevant recruitment bye-laws.

        (c)     The Vice-Chancellor can relax temporarily educational qualifications in the case of appointment at the lowest level i.e. Group D post, in exceptional circumstances where the condition of the family is very hard.  Such relaxation will be permitted upto a period of 3 years, beyond which no relaxation of educational qualifications will be admissible and the services of the persons concerned if still unqualified are liable to be terminated.  However, if a widow is appointed on compassionate ground to a group D post she will be exempted from the requirements of the educational qualifications.

        (d)     In deserving cases where there is an earning member in the family, a widow/son/daughter of the deceased Jamia Hamdard employee, leaving his family in distress may be considered for appointment by the Vice-Chancellor who, before approving the appointment will satisfy himself that the grant of concession is justified having regard to the number of dependents, the assets and liabilities left by the deceased Jamia Hamdard employee, the income of the earning member as also his liability including the fact that the earning member is residing with the family of the deceased Jamia Hamdard employee.

    05.     RELAXATION

        Compassionate appointments can be made in relaxation of the following by the Vice-Chancellor:

        (a)     Recruitment procedure i.e. without advertisement or employment exchange.

        (b)     Age limit wherever necessary.

          (The lower age limit should not be below 18 years).

        (c)     Educational qualifications as stated in Para 4 above.

    06.     IMMEDIATE RELIEF TO THE FAMILY:

        The family will be eligible for immediate monetary relief equal to three months basic pay of the deceased official or Rs.8000/- (Rupees Eight Thousand Only), whichever is less, in the form of advance payable only to the person(s), in the same manner as payment of death gratuity, if the deceased was governed by Pension Rules, or the balance in the Contributory Provident Fund Account; if a deceased was a subscriber to the CPF.
         

(Dr. S.H. Hasan)
Registrar