CSIR-Central Glass & Ceramic Research Institute
(A Unit of Council of Scientific and Industrial Research)

सीएसआईआर-केंद्रीय कांच और सिरेमिक अनुसंधान संस्थान
(वैज्ञानिक और औद्योगिक अनुसंधान परिषद की एक इकाई)
  
  
 
Acts, conduct and commissions which amount to misconduct:
The following acts, conduct and commissions of a Government servant amount to misconduct:
  1. If the act or conduct is prejudicial or likely to be prejudicial to the interests of the master or to the reputation of the master
  2. If the act or conduct is inconsistent or incompatible with the due or peaceful discharge of his duty to his master
  3. If the act or conduct of a servant makes it unsafe for the employer to retain him in service
  4. If the act or conduct of the servant is so grossly immoral that all reasonable men will say that the employee that cannot be trusted
  5. If the act or conduct of the employee is such that the master cannot rely on the faithfulness of his employee
  6. If the act or conduct of the employee is such as to open before him temptations for not discharging his duties properly
  7. If the servant is abusive or if he disturbs the peace at the place of his employment
  8. If he is insulting and insubordinate to such a degree as to be incompatible with the continuance of the relation of master and servant
  9. If the servant is habitually negligent in respect of the duties for which he is engaged
  10. If the neglect of the servant, though isolated, tends to cause serious consequences
  11. Wilful insubordination or disobedience, whether alone or in combination with others, to any lawful and reasonable order of a superior
  12. Infidelity, unfaithfulness, dishonesty, untrustworthiness, theft and fraud, or dishonesty in connection with the employer�s business or property
  13. Strike, picketing, gherao, striking work or inciting others to strike work in contravention of the provisions of any law, or rule having the force of law
  14. Gross moral misconduct, acts subversive of discipline, riotous or disorderly behaviour during working hours at the establishment or any act subversive of discipline
  15. Riotous and disorderly behaviour during and after the office hours or in office premises
  16. Habitual late attendance
  17. Negligence or neglect of work or duty amounting to misconduct. Habitual negligence or neglect of work.
  18. Habitual absence without permission and overstaying leave
  19. Conviction by Criminal Court
  20. Non-compliance with any general or special order issued by the office.
Note: The terms 'servant' and 'master' have been used in Court judgements to indicate the relationship between a subordinate Government servant and his superiors in the hierarchy of all Central Government Offices. - Rule 3, GID (23).

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