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  • #52503
    Anonymous
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    yes a sub assistant engnr can attest documents …………..

    #52504
    Anonymous
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    Yes, they can.

    #52505
    Anonymous
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    Sir, can a notary advocate function as a gazetted officer?

    #52506
    Anonymous
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    sir are there any GO regarding paying of challans to the govt to get a particular gazetted officer signature. waiting for a reply.

    #52507
    Anonymous
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    sir, a sub-inspector of school gets a basic pay of Rs.9000-grade pay 4700 . My question ,
    is sub inspector of school a gazetted officer??

    #52508
    Anonymous
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    sir, my next question is a assistant professor of any university gets a grade pay more than 4400.
    Is assistant professor of any university a gazetted officer??

    #52509
    Anonymous
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    they are getting graint-in-aid salary,then how? there is any G.O about this?

    #52510
    Anonymous
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    Is a Nirman Sahayak,Group-A Officer of Gram Panchayat can attested documents?

    #52511
    Anonymous
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    if yes then kindly send govt.order in my email. thank you.

    #52512
    Anonymous
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    is there any g.o about the colour of ink? like- gr-a officials uses green ink etc.

    #52513
    Anonymous
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    If you apply through proper channel then you get this benefit.

    #52514
    Anonymous
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    Best of my knowledge, Nirman sahayak not a pure government employee, So he can not attested documents. If I wrong then you reply me.

    #52515
    Anonymous
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    No, because university is a autonomous body.

    #52516
    Anonymous
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    No, because it is a govt. aided institute.

    #52517
    Anonymous
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    Group A – Government employees holding all posts in the pay band Nos. 4 and 5 with grade pay ranging from Rs. 4,400 to Rs. 10,000.

    Group A Officer can attest documents as authorized Gazetted Officer. He put his signature, mention his designation and write ‘Group -A’ below the designation.

    Sir,
    As per above govt. order where written G.P. below 5400 and above 4400/- not a gazetted officer?

    #52518
    Anonymous
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    i just want to know apart from principal of govt.engg college who are the other member of the govt.engg.college gazated officers?
    i mean registrar ,lecturer,assistant professor,head of the dept of govt.engg.collge in west bengal are also gazated officers?
    i am eagerly waiting 4 ur reply sir..i really wanted the reply..

    #52519
    Anonymous
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    sir,apart from college principal ,can i attest my admit card from gazzted officer in the court because i am not able to reach my college and get back on the exam center.
    please reply fast…

    #52520
    Anonymous
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    some high school head master attest judicial paper or stamp paper is it right?

    #52521
    Anonymous
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    Nobody has clear conception about Gazetted officer. Those class one officers who are appointed by President of India or Governor of States, and their appointmental record comes in Gazette of India. Power of attestation is not at all the criteria of categorization.
    In a Block, following officers are Gazetted –

    1. BDO,
    2. MEDICAL OFFICER,
    3. VETERINARY OFFICER,
    4. ALL WBCS EXECUTIVES LIKE CTO, ADSR, FOOD INSPECTOR, ETC.
    5. AGRICULTURE OFFICER.

    #52522
    Anonymous
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    A Gazetted Officer means a Government Servant, whose appointment was published in the official gazette of the Government of India. All Class I (Now, Group A) officers are gazetted. Normally, the Gazette publication starts with words like “The President is pleased to appoint or…The Governor is pleased to appoint. . . “.

    While he receives some privileges in his parent office by virtue of his gazetted status, a lot is expected from him. First, the poor GO is expected to be on duty for 24 hours in the sense that if called for duty at any time, he should turn up without any excuse. Higher responsibilities, not directly in line of his regular job like conducting some enquiries, etc. are assigned to him without any additional remuneration.

    In the public domain, attestation is an important responsibility upon him. He is expected to serve the public by attesting the copies after verifying them with the original. Thus, his attestation (of affixing his signature on the copy) virtually means that he has compared the document with the original and he is satisfied that it is 100% true. Further, he can issue conduct certificate to people known to him. For all these responsibilities, he is not expected to charge any payment from the public.

    Signing in green ink is not mandatory, though by convention many GOs sue green ink. However, his rubber stamp below his signature is very very essential.

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