Basic Pay (Band Pay + Gr. Pay) last drawn by him on the date of superannuation will be revised notionally w.e.f. 01.01.2020 under Rule 7 of WBS (ROPA) Rules, 2019 as if he were in service on 01.01.2020.
Re-Employment of Government Employee
If a Government employee with expert qualifications or experiences be considered indispensable for any post, he may be re-employed for such time as may be necessary to find/train up a suitable substitute.
The existing superannuated full time teachers serving as a) Part Time Teachers b) Guest Lecturers c) Part Time Teachers may be engaged in the concerned colleges on term basis for one year.
All the Departments are requested to forward the re-employment cases to Finance Department prior to issue of re-employment order after due observance of guidelines.
Governor is pleased to direct that the Order contained in no. 2883-Edn dated 15/16 November, 1979, shall be kept in abeyance with immediate effect and until further orders.
A retired employee may be engaged on contractual basis beyond 64 years of age provided such engagement shall not exceed 65 years of age under any circumstances.
Re-employment remuneration shall continue to be fixed as per the procedure laid down in F.D. Memo No. 3951-F dated 27.05.2009 without any deduction on account of IR.
Fixation of remuneration for re-employed and contractually engaged State Government Pensioners/ Family Pensioners in view of grant of Interim Relief.
Tenure of service of the Principals of Minority-administered Government-aided Autonomous Colleges may be extended for a maximum period of five years beyond the date of retirement.
Governor has been pleased to accord approval to the further extension of such contractual engagement from the retired employees for another period of one year on the existing terms and conditions.
Governor has been pleased allow re-employment 88 (eighty eight) retired Ward Master at a consolidated remuneration of Rs. 14,000/- p.m. or the remuneration applicable to a re-employed employee.