Indian Audit And Accounts Services (Group ‘A’ )

  1. Appointment will be made on probation for a period of 2 years provided that tills period may be extended if the officer on probation has not qualified for confirmation by passing the prescribed departmental examination, repeated failures to pass the departmental examination within a period of three years will involve loss of appointment or as the case may be reversion to the permanent post on which he holds a lien under the rules applicable to him prior to his appointment to the service.

  2. If in the opinion of Government or the Comptroller and Auditor General, as the case may be, the work or conduct of an officer on probation is unsatisfactory or shows that he is unlikely to become efficient. Government may discharge him forthwith or as the case may be revert him to the permanent post on which he holds a lien under the rules applicable to him prior to his appointment to the service.

  3. On the conclusion of his period of probation Government or the Comptroller and Auditor General, as the case may be, may confirm the officer in his appointment or if his work or conduct has in the opinion of Government or the Comptroller and Auditor General, as the case may be, been unsatisfactory Government may either discharge him from the service or may extend his period of probation for such further period as Government may think fit, provided that in respect of appointments to temporary vacancies there will be no claim to confirmation.

  4. In view of the possibility of the separation of Audit from Accounts and other reforms the constitution of the Indian Audit and Accounts Service is liable to undergo changes and any candidate selected for that Service will have no claim for compensation in consequence of any such changes and will be liable to serve either in the separated Accounts Offices under the Central or State Governments or in the Statutory Audit offices under the Comptroller and Auditor General and to be absorbed finally if the exigencies of service required it in the cadre on which posts in the separated Accounts offices under the Central or State Governments may be borne.

  5. The Indian Defence Accounts Service carries With it a definite liability for service in any part of India as well as for field service in or out of India.

  6. Scales of Pay:

    1. Junior Time Scale. Rs. 8000 − 275 − 13500

    2. Senior Time Scale. Rs. 10, 000 − 325 − 15, 200

    3. Junior Administrative Grade. Rs. 12, 000 − 375 − 16, 500

    4. Selection Grade in Junior Administrative Grade. Rs. 14, 300 − 400 − 18, 300

    5. Senior Administrative Grade. Rs. 18400 − 500 − 22400.

    6. Principal Accountant General/Director General of Audit. Rs. 22400 − 525 − 24500.

    7. Additional Deputy Comptroller and Auditor General. Rs. 24050 − 650 − 26000.

    8. Deputy Comptroller and Auditor General of lndia. Rs. 2600 (fixed).

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