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Thursday, May 23, 2024

The Karnataka Civil Service Seniority Rules 1957

  Jnyanabhandar       Thursday, May 23, 2024
The Karnataka Civil Service (Seniority) Rules, 1957

In exercise of the powers conferred by the by proviso to Article 309 of the Constitution of
India and in supersession of all existing rules on the subject, the Governor of Karnataka hereby
makes the following rules, namely:
1. These rules may be called the Karnataka Government Servants’ (Seniority) Rules, 1957.
[1-A. Nothing in these rules shall be applicable to any person appointed as a local candidate
so long as he is treated as such:
Provided that where his appointment is treated as regularized from any date, his seniority
in the services shall be determined in accordance with these rules as if he had been appointed
regularly as per the rules of recruitment to the post held by him on the day.
Explanation.- In this rule “local candidate” shall have the same meaning as in the Karnataka
Civil Services Rules, 1958.]1
2. Subject to the provisions hereinafter contained the seniority of a person in a particular
cadre of service or class of post shall be determined as follows:-
(a) Officers appointed substantively in clear vacancies shall be senior to all persons
appointed on officiating or any other basis in the same cadre or service or class of
(b) The seniority inter-se of officers who are confirmed shall be determined according to
dates of confirmation, but where the date of confirmation of any two officers is the
same, their relative seniority will be determined by-their seniority inter-se while
officiating in the same post and if not, by their seniority inter-se in the lower grade.
(c) Seniority inter-se of persons appointed on temporary basis will be determined by the
dates of their continuous officiation in that grade and where the period of officiation is
the same the seniority inter-se in the lower grade shall prevail.


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