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how to apply as inservice candidate in jkssb
How to apply as inservice candidate jkssb :- Here in this post we will ensure to clear all your doubts about the inservice candidates in jammu and kashmir
How to apply as in-service candidate in jkssb ?
While applying online for any job on jkssb portal ..There you will be asked are you an Ex service men/ Govt Employee or any other. Kindly check the Govt employee option as shown in the picture below…also read about the benefits of Inservice candidate in jk
- Who is Called As an In-service Candidate ?
The Govt. Servant excluding autonomous bodies like Bank etc. who has enrouted his job application hardcopy through proper channel.
- Can I apply as an In-service candidate?
Yes one can apply as an in-service candidate if he is working in a Govt Department in JK.
- Shall I have to submit the hardcopy ?
Yes, After filling all the details on the online jkssb portal like in the below pictures .Print out your application form and submit it to your DDO for a covering letter for submission to the Head of department directly or to the next higher officer .It varies from DDo to DDo. Even some DDO`s submit the application form directly to JKSSB which in some cases gets accepted and in some cases its not.e.g.
While applying as an in-service candidate, if a candidate is working in any GMC ,Principal GMC can directly submit the application form to JKSSb and is luckily accepted by the board.
On the other hand While applying as an in-service candidate, if a candidate is working in jk forest department , Ranger can NOT directly submit the application form to JKSSb and is rejected by the board. benefits of Inservice candidate in jk
For the candidates in most of the departments DIRECTOR is authorized to submit the application form directly to JKSSB .
- When I have to submit the hardcopy or forward the hardcopy to jkssb after HOD`s signature?
As soon as you submit the online application form send it to your department and follow it till it reaches the JKSSB office and take a proper receipt. For backup keep a Signed copy from HOD with you for backup if in future the JKSSB misplaces your application form you can resubmit this at that time.
6 Shall my probation be considered in new job?
Yes, your probation period is considered and you will not be put under probation for 2nd time.
7 How Shall I know that my In-service candidature has been accepted?
For that you have visit JKSSB office after provisional shortlist. And JKSSB will notify the same on their Official Website after the Final selection is made public .
8. Shall my NPS contribution be considered?
Yes Your NPS account will be transferred from previous department to New department.
9. Shall I have to make a new NPS Account?
No , your exiting one will be considered.
10. Shall I have to make new CPIS ID?
No, Your existing CPIS ID will be transferred from previous department to New department.
11. Shall I have to make New Service Book?
No, Your existing Service Book will be transferred from previous department to New department.
12. What about my Previous Service ?
Your previous service will be calculated / considered.
13. What about Time Bound Promotion .Shall I have to spend new 9 years in a particular Grade?
Yes . You have to spend new 9 years in a particular grade so to claim TBP.
14. What about the Earned leaves that I have earn in previous Service?
All your previous leaves will be considered
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What i S.O 194 , SO 192 and SRO 202
So 194 of 2020 are simply J&K special Recruitment (Amendment Rule) and Deals with the duration of probation of a new employee which is Minimum 2 years and Max as per the rules in vogue. These rules were applied for all employees in jk before sro 202 as well.
Where as So 192 deals with Pay, Allowances , Fixation and other Benefits ..Which has now been nullified
Jk civil service rules Inservice candidates
how to apply as inservice candidate jkssb as per civil service rules
- The initial substantive pay of Ii Government servant who is appointed
substantively to a post on Ii time scale ‘of pay is regulated as follows ;
(a) If he holds a lien on a permanent post, other than a tenure post, or
would hold a lien on such a post had his lien not been suspended ;
(i) When appointment to the new post involves the assumption of duties
and responsibilities of greater importance (as interpreted for the
purposes of Article 66) than those attaching to such permanent post,
he will draw as initial pay the stage of the time scale next above his
substantive pay in respect of the old post;
(ii) When appointment to the new post does not involve such assumption,
he will draw as initial pay the stage of the time scale which is’ equal
to his substantive pay in respect (‘If the old post, or, if there is no such
stage, the stage next below that pay plus personal allowance equal to
the difference, and in either case will continue to draw that pay until
such time as he would have received an ‘increment in the time scale of
the old post or for the period after which an increment is earned in the
time scale of the new post, whichever is less. But if the minimum pay
of the time scale of the new post is higher than his substantive pay in
respect of the old post, he will draw that minimum as initial pay;
1 Substituted vide F. D. Notification 191-F of 1960 dated 3-08-1960 have effect
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(iii) When appointment to the new post is made on his own request and the
maximum pay in the time scale of that post is less than his
substantive pay in respect of the old post, he will draw that maximum
as initial pay.
. (b) If the conditions prescribed in clause (a) are not fulfilled, he will draw
as initial pay the minimum of the time scale;
Provided, both in cases covered by clause (a) and in cases, other than cases
of re-employment after resignation or removal or dismissal from the public
service covered by clause (b), that if he either :
(I) has previously held substantively or officiated in
(i) the same post, or
l(ii) a permanent post other than a tenure post or temporary post, on
an identical time scale, or
(2) is appointed substantively to a tenure post on a time scale. identical with
that of another tenure post which he has previously held substantively 1)r
in which he has previously officiated, then the initial pay shall not be less
than the pay or salary, which he drew on the last such occasion, and he
shall count the period during which he drew, that pay or salary on such
last and any previous occasions for increment in the stage of the time
scale equivalent to that pay or salary.
3Government Instructions.-For purposes of Art. 77 the term “a post” will
.also include a post which when previously held by a Government servant
either in officiating or substantive capacity was in a time-scale different from
one at the time of his re-appointment to that post, the old time-scale having
been replaced by new time-scale as a result of revision of pay or otherwise.
The initial pay of an official in this case, if he had prior to the introduction of
a new time-scale drawn salary or pay equal to a stage, or intermediate between
two stages, in the revised time salary scale, shall be fixed at the salary or pay
last drawn and the period during which it was drawn may be counted for
increment in the same stage, or if the salary or pay was intermediate between
two stages in the lower stage of the revised scale.
1. Recast vide F. D. Notification SRO-397 dated 21-9-1963 and shall have effect from
2. Deleted ibid.
3. Inserted vide F. D. Notification SRO-320 dated 9-8-1967.
96 REGU. OF PROGRESSIVE OR TIME SCALE PAY [ CHAP. VII
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The above provisions will not be applicable to posts the pay of which has
This shall be deemed to have come into effect from 1-4-1962.
Note I.-Reversion to the ordinary. cadre of service from a tenure post
included in that cadre or from a tenure or a special post not included in it, does
not constitute “Substantive. appointment to a post” for the purposes of Art. 77.
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Note 2.-The expression “if he holds a lien on a permanent post” occurring in
clause (a) of Article 77 is held to include the lien on a permanent post to which
a Government servant is appointed in a provisional substantive capacity under
Article 37-E and the expression substantive pay in respect of the old post
occurring in that Article should be held to include his substantive pay in respect
of that provisional substantive appointment.
Article 77 (a) should, therefore be held to permit the substantive pay in
respect of a provisional .substantive appointment being taken into account in
determining his initial pay in another post to which he is appointed. When the
initial pay of a Government servant in a post is thus fixed, it will not be effected
even if during the tenure of his appointment to that post. he reverts from his
Note 3.-See Note 3 under: article 67(c) ibid.
Note 4.-Note 1 to Article 66 is applicable here also.
Note 5.-The personal allowance, mentioned in clause (a) (ii) of this Article
should be given to a Government servant only for the purpose of
initial pay and not at any subsequent stage in the time-scale in which the
Government servant might draw .less pay than he would draw had he remained
in the old scale. Accordingly, when the next increment in the timescale of either
the new or the old post falls due, the Government servant should draw the. next
increment in the time scale of the new post, and forthwith loose the personal
allowance and all connection with the timescale of his old ‘post.
Note 6.-For the purposes of Article 77, a temporary post on a certain rate of
pay. (fixed or time-scale) which is converted into a permanent post on a
different rate of pay is not the ‘same post’ as the permanent post even though the
duties remain the same. In other words, in view of Article 34-A, the temporary
post is to be regarded as having ceased to exist and to have been replaced by the
permanent post. The incumbent of the temporary post is thus entitled only to
the- pay of the permanent Post, if it is on a fixed rate of pay or to the minimum
of the time-scale of the permanent
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post if it is on a time-scale .unless his case is covered by the concession
admissible under Note 4.
Note 7.-In the case of a Government servant appointed substantively to a
post in which he had previously officiated and whose present substantive
. pay is the same as the pay which he drew when last officiating, the initial pay
should be fixed with reference to his substantive pay in respect of the
old post. Accordingly, when a Government servant is appointed to a post.
substantively while officiating in it, he is entitled to have his pay fixed a new with
reference to his substantive pay at the time in respect of his old permanent post.
Note 8.-Such outside M.B.B.S. Doctors in the grade of 300-30-420-EB35-
700 as are imported in the State and appointed on aggremental basis may be
allowed the initial pay of Rs. 350 to Rs. 400. This will have effect from 31st
December, 1954 i.e. the date of issue of Cabinet Order
1937-C of 1954.
lNote 9.-For Military Service during emergency (Chinese aggression
1962) see Schedule XIII.
2Note 10.-In case of an officiating Government servant who is appointed to
officiate in a higher post, his pay is fixed article Art. 77 read with Art. 67 (a) (i)
and Note 1 below Art. 66 treating his officiating pay in the lower post as
377-A. Government may make rule laying down the pay and allowances or
stipend admissible to any particular class of probationers or apprentices. and
such rules will govern such class of probationers or apprentices
Government can also lay down, in case of any particular class of Government
servants deputed for training, whether such Government servants should get
their full salary during such course of training or any reduced salary.
2Note 2.-For apprentices in the Accountancy Training School, see separate
set of rules sanctioned by the Government in this behalf as contained
in Schedule. XI of these Regulations.
— ,.- 4Note 3.-Deleted.
1. Inserted vide F. D. Notification SRO-124 dated 22-3-1963.
2. Inserted vide F. D. Notification SRO-280 dated 4-7-1966 and shall have effect
from 1-4-1963. ‘
3. Inserted vide F. D. Notification SRO-191-F of 1960 dated 3-8-1960.
4. Deleted vide F. D. Notification SRO-108 dated 30-3-1982.
5. Substituted vide F. D. Notification SRO-257 dated 29-5-1970.
CHAP. VII I REGU. OF PROGRESSIVE OR TIME SCALE PAY 99
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1Note.-(Pay fixation on upgradation of posts).
(a) In case the minimum of the upgraded pay scale is higher than the
pay drawn in the existing pay scales, the pay be fixed at that
(b) In case the pay drawn in the existing pay scale coincides with the
stage of pay in the upgraded pay scale, the pay be fixed at the same
(c) In case the pay in the existing scale is drawn at a stage falling
between the two stages of the pay in the upgraded pay scale, the
pay be fixed at the next higher stage;
(d) The date of increment in all the above three cases shall remain
unchanged except where the pay in the pre-upgraded scale was
. drawn at the maximum thereof. In the latter case next increment in
the pay scale of the upgraded post shall be drawn ‘after the full
incremental period (one year) reckoning from the date of upgradation.
2Government Instruction No. l.-Cases may arise where a Governtnet1t
servant promoted to a higher post before 1-4-1963 draws a lower rate of
pay in that post than another, junior to him in the lower grade but promoted to
another identical posts on or after 1-4-1963. This may be because the pay of the
junior official has been fixed in accordance with the provisions of the above
In order to remove this anomaly, the pay of the senior officer in the higher
post should be stepped up to a figure equal to the pay as fixed for the junior
officer in that higher post. The stepping up should be done with effect from the
date of promotion of the junior official subject to the following conditions :
(a) both the junior and senior officers should belong to the same cadre
and the posts in which they have been promoted should be identical
and in the same cadre;
(b) the scales of the lower and higher posts in which they are entitled
to draw pay should be identical; awl ..
(c) the anomaly should be directly as a result of the application of Article
77-8. For example if even in the lower post the junior officer draws
from time to time a higher rate of pay than the senior
1. Inserted vide F. D. Notification SRO-S9 dated 20-).I99S
2. Inserted vide F.D Notification SRO 105 dated:-3-3-1970
100 REGU. OF PROGRESSIVE OR TIME SCALE PAY [ CHAP. VII
by virtue of fixation of pay under the normal rules or any advance
increment granted to him, the provisions of these instructions shall not
be invoked 1″ step up the pay of the senior officers.
I The next increment of the senior officer (whose pay has been so fixed) will
be drawn on completion of the requisite qualifying service (i.e. one fu11
incremental period) from the date of- refixation.
2Provided that the next increment of the senior officer who had applied for
the stepping up of his pay before 10-9-1985 but the order of whose stepping up
of his pay has been issued by the competent authority thereafter will be drawn
on the date on which it would have fallen due but for the refixation of pay.
This shall be deemed to have come into effect from 10-9-1985.
In respect of cases which on the date of issue of this notification were pending
with the Accountant General or with the Departments.
concerned the benefit of these instructions shall apply retrospectively from 1-4-
1963 i.e. the date when Article 77-B was introduced, In all ot.l1er cases the
fixation shall be made retrospectively from 1-4-1963 under these instruction but
actual benefit shall accrue from the date of issue of this notification
3Government Instruction No.2-Dovemment Instruction No. I above shall
apply equally to the cases of seniors drawing less pay than juniors in respect of
promotion occurring on or after 1-4-1963.
Government instruction No.3.where a revesion of pay is concurrent with
placement of an officer in the selection grade, involving assumption of duties
and “responsibilities of greater importance (as per Note 2 to Art 66) the
Provision be fixed under the provisions of article 77-B, read with instruction their
This “shall be deemed to have come into effect from 1-1-1973 but pending
cases either with the Accountant General or the Administrative Departments
will be finalised accordingly.
5Government. Instruction No. 4.-In the case of a Government servant
stepping up “of pay shall be exercised by the concerned Administrative
Department with prior agreement of the General Department.
1. Recast vide F. D. Notification SR0-340 dated 1(}-9-1985
2. Inserted vide F, D. Notification SR0-2S1 dated 8.4-191n.
3. Inserted vide F, D. Notification SRO-140 dated 2.4.1973
4. Inserted vide F. D. Notification, SR().S1’j dated IS.IO”1969
5. Inserted vide F. D. Notification SRO-56′) dated 29-11-1975.
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2Government Instruction No. 6.-(a) Cases have come to the notice of the
Government in which Government servants defer promotion intentionally under
one or the other pretext till the increment in the lower grade falls due. This has
resulted in the pay of juniors in many cases overstepping their seniors.
No deferment of promotion shall be allowed unless in any case the
Government servant’s increment in the lower grade falls due within a week of
the date of issue of orders of his promotion and the deferment does not result in
the increase of junior’s pay over his senior:
3Provided that a Government employee shall be allowed to defer his
promotion till end of the month in which he is promoted, irrespective of the date
of issue of his promotion order in the said month, in case his increment in the
lower post falls due on 1st of month following the month in which he is
This shall be deemed to have come into force with effect from 1-6-1996.
(b) To set right past cases of a junior having drawn more pay than his senior,
as a result of defering promotion, the junior shall be treated to have joined the
higher post on the date on which the person senior to him and promoted along
with him under one and the same order, joined the higher post. Juniors pay be
fixed in the higher post accordingly from that date. The effect of increase in pay
as a result of promotion should be allowed to him from the date he actually took
This shall be deemed to have come into effect from 10-11-1971 the date of
issue of General Department Circular No, GD (KAS) 162/69/89 dated 10-11-1971.
The recovery of excess pay if any involved in such cases as a result of
retrospective refixation of pay shall be treated as waived.
4Government Instruction No. 7.-Pay of a Government servant who is
placed in a selection grade shall be fixed in the selection grade under the
provisions of Art. 77-B
577-C. Notwithstanding anything contained in these rules, initial pay of State
Administrative/Police Service Officers in select lists, appointed to
I. Deleted vide F. D, Notification SRO-92 dated 1-3-1989
2. Inserted vide F. D. Notification SRO-140 dated 14-3-1979,
3, Proviso added vide F.D, Notification SRO-380 dated 21-11-1997.
4, Inserted vide F. 0, Notification SRO-85 dated 20-2-1987,
5. Inserted vide F. D, Notification SRO-579 dated 15-10-1969.
102 REGU. OF PROGRESSIVE OR TIME SCALE PAY [ CHAP . VII
non-cadre posts declared equivalent to cadre posts (I. A. S.l1. P. S.) shall be
fixed in accordance with the principles laid down in section I of Schedule II of
the Indian Administrative/Police Service (Pay) Rules, 1954
. as the case may be.
This will have effect from 19-10-1968.
177-0. (i) Notwithstanding anything contained in these rules, the following
provision shall govern the pay of a Government servant who is appointed
to another service/cadre or department on direct recruitment basis :
(a) he shall draw pay at the minimum of the time scale or at the probationery
stage of the time scale of the service/or post as the case maybe:
Provided that where a Government servant has immediately before such
appointment been holding a post in a substantive capacity and was drawing pay
therein equal to or more than the minimum of the time scale of the service/post
his initial pay at the time of his appointment to the new service/post shall be
regulated under Art 77(a) (ii) read with Art. 67(a)(ii):
. Provided further that in respect of the Government servant who immediately
before such appointment has been holding a post in an officiating capacity and
has been drawing his presumptive pay equal to or higher than the minimum of
the time scale, his initial pay at the time of his appointment .to the new
service/post shall be regulated under Art, 77(a) (ii) treating his presumptive pay
as substantive pay for purposes of such fixation alone. He shall not however be
allowed the benefit of Art. 67(a) (ii):
Provided also that the benefit of this rule shall not be available to a person
who at the time of his appointment to the new service/post was holding a post
on adhoc basis or was working against a leave/suspension or any other short
Provided also that the benefit of this rule shall not be available to a person
who is appointed to a lower post in another service/cadre or department on
direct recruitment basis. For this purpose a post in another department
. shall be considered to be a lower post if two factors out of three in the
pay scale go down on the analogy of Note 2 below Art. 66,
. (b) After fixing the initial pay under (a) above, drawal of next increment or any
subsequent increment or increments during the period of probation and fixation
of pay on confirmation after completion of the period of
I. Recast vide F . D. Notification SRO-316 dated 10-6-1987.
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probation shall be regulated in accordance with the rules relating to the
service/department in which appointment has been made.
(ii) The provisions contained in sub-rule (i) shall apply mutatis mutandis to
cases of Government servant appointed on probation (on trial) with definite
conditions against temporary posts in an other service/department were
recruitment to permanent posts of such service/department is made as
probationers except that in such cases the fixation of pay in the manner
indicated in clause (i) (a) shall be done under Art. 67(a) (i).
(iii) The benefit of protection of pay as indicated above shall not in any case
entitle the Government servants concerned to draw the joining time pay and/or
transfer on tour T. A. for joining the new post. The transit or preparation days if
any involved in such cases shall be treated as leave whatever kind due except
Pending cases, if any on the date of issue of these orders shall be decided
1 Note.-Inservice teachers who are appointed as lecturers (direct recruits) in between
August, 1969 and July, 1974 and who on such appointment were allowed pay at the
minimum of lecturers grade, will have their pay refixed under the provisions of Article
77-D (I), 2[subject to the condition that arrears will be payable w. e. f. 18-7-1974 i.e.
the date of issue of SRO346 dated 18-7-1974 or from the date they have taken over as
such whichever is later.]
SERVICE AND PAY COUNTING FOR INCREMENT
- Service counts for increment as below :
(i) Duty in a post to which a time scale applies counts for
increment in that time scale.
(ii) Officiating service in another post, service in a temporary post and
leave with allowances count for increments in time scale applicable to
the post on which the Government servant concerned holds a lien or
would hold a hen, if it were not suspended. However, competent
authority may allow a Government servant to count for increment
leave without pay, if it is satisfied that the leave was taken on account
of illness or some other cause beyond the control of the
Government servant concerned, 3[or for prosecuting higher
scientific and technical studies].
I. Inserted vide F. D. Notification SRO-649 dated 15-11- I 977.
2. Recast vide F. D. Notification SRO-366 dated 11-7-1980.
3. Inserted vide F. D. Notification SRO-461 dated 27-4-1971.
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1Note 1.-Leave with allowance shall count for increment in the time scale
applicable to a post in which a Government servant was officiating at the time
he proceeded on leave and would have continued to officiate but for his
proceeding on leave.
For this purpose a certificate that the Government servant concerned would
have continued to officiate in that post but for his proceeding on leave, is
necessary in the case of a temporary/officiating Government servant.
In the case of a Government servant proceeding on leave where no
officiating arrangement is made in the leave vacancy and the Government
servant concerned returns to the same post after expiry of the leave, the.
certificate mentioned above may be issued by the leave sanctioning authority. In
another cases the certificate shall be issued by the appointing authority.
This has effect from 1-8-1960.
2Note 2.- Time passed under suspension adjudged as penalty does not count
for increment unless the authority who reinstates the officer expressly declares
that period shall count.
3Government Instruction:-Doubts have been expressed if service rendered on
ad hoc basis counts for increments when followed by regular appointment is hereby
clarified that ad hoc appointments where made on or after 1-4-1979 should be
on a consolidated salary which will be equal to the minimum of the scale of pay
of the post to which ad hoc appointment is made. No increments be allowed to
be drawn during ad hoc service, or such service should not be allowed to be
counted for increments after regular appointment.
Cases decided otherwise in the past shall not be re-opened.
79. (a) If a Government servant while officiating a post on a timescale or
holding a post on a time-scale is appointed to officiate in a higher post, his
officiating service in the higher post shall if he is reappointed to the lower post
count for increments in the time scale applicable to such lower post…. (b) Foreign service counts for increments in the time-scale applicable to
(i) the post in Government service on which the Government servant
concerned holds a lien or would hold a lien if it were not suspended;
1. Substituted vide F.D Notification SRO-268 dated 29-9-]962.
2. Inserted vide F D. Notification SRO-311 dated 24-10-1962.
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(ii) a post to which the Government servant might receive officiating
promotion for the duration of such promotions.
I(C) Military Service (Chinese aggression 1962). See Schedule XIII.
2(d) In cases other than those falling under clause (a) above if a Government
servant while officiating in a higher post is subsequently
transferred/reverted/appointed to a lower post (which may or may not have
been held by him previously) without any breach in his services for reasons
other than as a measure of disciplinary action,In completed years of service
in the higher post will count for purposes of increments in the lower post to
which he is appointed or reverted. But initial pay shall not exceed pay last
drawn in the higher post.
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82. The incumbent of an appointment, the pay of which is changed shall be
treated as if he were transferred to a new appointment on the new pay; provided that
he may at his option retain his old pay until the date on which he earns his next
or any subsequent increment in the old scale or until he vacates his post or
ceases to draw pay on that time-scale 5[x x x]. The option once
exercised shall be final.
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