Seeking clarification on definition of non-fortuitous service .

XYZ
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June 19th, 2005, 12:09 pm #1

I am having one doubt. Please clarify the definition of non-fortuitous service for LDCE EXAM.


If an employee is working in the grade 1400-2300(old scale) on ad-hoc basis and thereafter he is regularized without break. Will he eligible for LDCE EXAM(Group 'C' to 'B')?
eg Mr X is working on ad-hoc basis from 1.1.96 to 31.12.98 and regularized from 1.1.99 in grade 1400-2300, Can he be treated as eligible for the LDCE SELECTION considering that minimum five years of non-fortuitous service on 1.2.2001(cut off date)is the eligibility condition for LDCE?
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June 19th, 2005, 12:15 pm #2

All the IRPS officers are requested to reply to this question, as there is a lot of confusion on this issue.We find different answers from different persons on this issue.

Please quote authority with reply, if any.
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June 26th, 2005, 3:06 pm #3

I am having one doubt. Please clarify the definition of non-fortuitous service for LDCE EXAM.


If an employee is working in the grade 1400-2300(old scale) on ad-hoc basis and thereafter he is regularized without break. Will he eligible for LDCE EXAM(Group 'C' to 'B')?
eg Mr X is working on ad-hoc basis from 1.1.96 to 31.12.98 and regularized from 1.1.99 in grade 1400-2300, Can he be treated as eligible for the LDCE SELECTION considering that minimum five years of non-fortuitous service on 1.2.2001(cut off date)is the eligibility condition for LDCE?
....but when u raise a query, at least spell the question correctly.
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SUNIL UDASI
SUNIL UDASI

June 27th, 2005, 9:07 am #4

I am having one doubt. Please clarify the definition of non-fortuitous service for LDCE EXAM.


If an employee is working in the grade 1400-2300(old scale) on ad-hoc basis and thereafter he is regularized without break. Will he eligible for LDCE EXAM(Group 'C' to 'B')?
eg Mr X is working on ad-hoc basis from 1.1.96 to 31.12.98 and regularized from 1.1.99 in grade 1400-2300, Can he be treated as eligible for the LDCE SELECTION considering that minimum five years of non-fortuitous service on 1.2.2001(cut off date)is the eligibility condition for LDCE?
In this particular case, some more details are required. However, in general conditions 'X' is not eligible to apply for LDCE examination. He will have only 02 years non-fortuitous service on the cut-off date irrespective of whether he has been regularised in continuation of ad-hoc period or not.

But, if it is actually a case of grade Rs. 1400-2300 (RPS) then it is pertinent to note that in most of the departments this is a non-selection grade/post and ad-hoc promotion against a non-selection post itself is wrong.

so please provide some more details for further analysis.
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Arvind mishra
Arvind mishra

April 12th, 2017, 2:45 am #5

I am having one doubt. Please clarify the definition of non-fortuitous service for LDCE EXAM.


If an employee is working in the grade 1400-2300(old scale) on ad-hoc basis and thereafter he is regularized without break. Will he eligible for LDCE EXAM(Group 'C' to 'B')?
eg Mr X is working on ad-hoc basis from 1.1.96 to 31.12.98 and regularized from 1.1.99 in grade 1400-2300, Can he be treated as eligible for the LDCE SELECTION considering that minimum five years of non-fortuitous service on 1.2.2001(cut off date)is the eligibility condition for LDCE?
Non fortuitous service length is less than three years
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Vikash Chandra
Vikash Chandra

May 21st, 2017, 8:23 am #6

I am having one doubt. Please clarify the definition of non-fortuitous service for LDCE EXAM.


If an employee is working in the grade 1400-2300(old scale) on ad-hoc basis and thereafter he is regularized without break. Will he eligible for LDCE EXAM(Group 'C' to 'B')?
eg Mr X is working on ad-hoc basis from 1.1.96 to 31.12.98 and regularized from 1.1.99 in grade 1400-2300, Can he be treated as eligible for the LDCE SELECTION considering that minimum five years of non-fortuitous service on 1.2.2001(cut off date)is the eligibility condition for LDCE?
Non-fortuitous service means the service rendered after the date of regular promotion in due process.
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P K SINHA
P K SINHA

August 19th, 2017, 5:36 am #7

Non fortuitous service length is less than three years
Is the meaning of non fortuitous is without break?
I'm working in GP 4600 from 12/07/95 on adhoc after that panelled on 02/02/96 without break. In this case from which date my seniority for LGS will count? Please reply.
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