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Government Order issued on village servants' service rules

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APRSA objects to the clause on the appointment of the spouse/children of a village servant who dies in harness before attaining 60 years

HYDERABAD: The Government has issued orders notifying service rules for village servants in the State in view of the reorganisation of the village administrative set-up.

The rules specified in GO 1849, issued on October 28, supersede those in respect of village servants. According to the GO, the Andhra Pradesh Village Servants Service Rules 2005 specify the mode of their appointment, qualifications, duties, payment of salaries, sanction of leave and disciplinary matters. Only those aged between 18 and 35 years are eligible.

The rules have a provision for appeals against temporary/permanent appointment of village servants and punishment by a mandal revenue officer. The provisions of the Andhra Pradesh Civil Services (conduct) Rules 1964, the General Rules for the State and Subordinate Services, Fundamental Rules and the Pension Code Rules will not apply to village servants.

Although the village servants are not prohibited from taking up part-time and other remunerative jobs, MROs may at any time require them to give up such jobs if they find that they are detrimental to their normal duties.

APRSA welcomes rules

While welcoming the rules, the Andhra Pradesh Revenue Services Association has objected to the clause on the appointment of the spouse/children of a village servant who dies in harness before attaining the age of 60 years. K. Laxmaiah, president, and Anand Rao, general secretary, in a statement issued here on Monday sought withdrawal of this restriction on compassionate appointment.

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