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  • #70654
    Anonymous

    Hey
    This is Rohidas here..
    I am working in a PSU general Insurance company. There is a diciplinary action done against me because of my absence from duties. I have produced my medical certificates.
    I am not confirmed employee. Currently Working in clerical cadre.
    I am applying for state service exams. but I hided my current employment status. I want to RESIGN my PSU service. Did my previous employment bother me in future government service ??? What will be the solution.
    Plz plz answer and help me.

    #82382
    Anonymous

    I think, it is a public sector undertaking (PSU) job , I also think there is no relation with a Govt. Service. If you consider for a govt. service, then you may resign from your previous post. No, you can not hide your previous status.

    #82387
    Anonymous

    Thank you sir..
    .. but if I showed my previous job status… and if they asked me for NOC from previous employer???… then ….. diciplinary actions issue may be informed to the my new govt. Service…. and then it will hamper me…

    2. I am thinking to exit from NPS
    so that to close my account..so that my new employer cant link with my previous history.??
    Wheather it will work?????

    #82390
    Anonymous

    You may resign from your post informing ‘ due to unavoidable reason’
    Then you may join your new post.

    #82401
    Anonymous
    rohidas, post: 17101, member: 6889 wrote:
    Hey
    This is Rohidas here..
    I am working in a PSU general Insurance company. There is a diciplinary action done against me because of my absence from duties. I have produced my medical certificates.
    I am not confirmed employee. Currently Working in clerical cadre.
    I am applying for state service exams. but I hided my current employment status. I want to RESIGN my PSU service. Did my previous employment bother me in future government service ??? What will be the solution.
    Plz plz answer and help me.

    Your action is to be treated as ‘Suppression of fact’. And, it is a misconduct.

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