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Karnataka Civil Services (Recruitment to the Ministerial Posts) Rules, 1978

Karnataka Civil Services (Recruitment to the Ministerial Posts) Rules, 1978

Notification No. DPAR 44 SCR 76, Bangalore, dated 19th December 1978
(Amended as on October 2005)

In exercise of the powers conferred by the proviso to Article 309 of the Constitution of India the Governor of Karnataka hereby makes the following rules, namely:-
1. Title and Commencement :- (1) These rules may be called the Karnataka Civil Services (Recruitment to the Ministerial Posts) Rules, 1978.
(2) They shall come into force on the date of their publication in the Official Gazette.
2. Interpretation:- Words and expressions used in these rules have the same meaning as in the Karnataka Civil Services (General Recruitment) Rules, 1977.
3. Application of the rules :- These rules shall, notwithstanding the rules of recruitment specially made in respect of any service or post, apply to all recruitments to the posts of Assistants and Junior Assistants in the Karnataka Secretariat Service and in the office of the Karnataka Public Service Commission and to the posts of 1[First Division Assistants] and 1[Second Division Assistants] in all other State Civil Services.

4. Academic qualifications of candidates :- (1) Every person who is not disqualified under Karnataka Civil Services (General Recruitment) Rules 1977 shall be eligible for appointment by direct recruitment to the posts of-
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(i) Assistants or 1[First Division Assistants] if he is a holder of
a Bachelor's degree or equivalent qualification.

(ii) Junior Assistants or 1[Second Division Assistants] if he has
passed the SSLC Examination or equivalent qualification.

(2) No Government servant shall be eligible for 2[transfer or] promotion to the posts of Assistants, 1[First Division Assistants], Junior Assistant or 1[Second Division Assistants] unless he has passed the S.S.L.C. Examination or equivalent qualification.

3[4A. The method of recruitment and minimum qualification for the posts of Junior Assistants or 1[Second Division Assistants] :-
Notwithstanding anything contained in the rules of recruitment specially made, the method of recruitment to the posts of Junior Assistants or 1[Second Division Assistants] in any service, shall be as follows, namely :-
(a) 4 [Sixty Seven] per cent by direct recruitment in accordance with these rules ; and
(b) 4 [Thirty Three] per cent by 2[transfer of persons in the cadre of Drivers, and if no suitable person is available for transfer, by promotion from] any of the cadre in Group 'D' service on the basis of seniority, seniority being determined by treating a person holding a post carrying a higher scale of pay as senior to a person
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1. Substituted by Notification No. DPAR 93 SCR 89, dated 1.10.1986.
2. Inserted by Notification No. DPAR 52 SCR 93, dated 14.6.1994.
3. Inserted by Notification No. DPAR 80 SCR 84, dated 26.3.1985.
4. Substituted by Notification No. DPAR 57 SCR 94, dated 19.1.1995.
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holding a post carrying a lower scale of pay, seniority inter se among persons holding posts carrying same scale of pay being determined on the basis of length of service in the respective cadres, seniority inter-se among persons in a cadre being maintained ; and
(i) who possess the qualifications specified in sub-rule (2) of rule 4 ; and
(ii) who have put in a service of not less than 1[five years] in the cadre of Drivers or in any one or more of the cadre in Group 'D' Service.]

2[5. Lists of selected candidates :- 3[(1)] The Commission shall, during every calendar year, prepare on the basis of the results of a competitive examination conducted by it, lists of candidates suitable for appointment to the posts mentioned in rule 3 and the number of candidates to be included in each list in respect of each appointing authority shall be as specified in the requisition of the
authority under rule 10.]

3[(2) For the purpose of appointments in any additional vacancies, the Commission shall prepare on the basis of the results of the competitive examination already conducted by it a single additional list of candidate not included in the list prepared under sub-rule (1). The number of candidates to be included in such list shall not exceed ten percent of the total number of the candidates included in the list prepared under sub-rule (1).]

6. Examinations :- (1) The competitive examinations shall consist of a written examination on General English or General Kannada and General knowledge;
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1. Substituted by Notification No. DPAR 39 SCR 97, dated 9.12.1997.
2. Substituted by Notification No. DPAR 47 SCR 80, dated 24.4.1981.
3. Inserted by Notification No. DPAR 90 SCR 85, dated 27.2.1992.
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(2) The maximum marks for the written examination shall be 1[300];

(3) The syllabi for the competitive examinations shall be as specified in the Annexure to these rules.

7. Applications for Competitive Examinations :- 2[(1) The Commission shall call for applications by advertisement for admission to the competitive examinations in such form as it may determine, and before such date and on payment of such fees as may be specified by the Commission in such advertisement, indicating that vacancies shall be reserved for ex-servicemen and physically handicapped persons in accordance with rule 9 of the Karnataka Civil Services (General Recruitment) Rules, 1977 and in favour of persons belonging to Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes,] 3[and other Backward Classes as specified by the Government from time to time under Article 16 (4) of the Constitution of India.]

(2) A person applying for admission to a competitive examination shall indicate in his application his preference for appointment to the post of.-

(i) Assistants in the Karnataka Secretariat Service ;

(ii) Assistants in the Karnataka Public Service Commission ;
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1. Substituted by Notification No. DPAR 118 SCR 82, dated 30.11.1983.
2. Substituted by Notification No. DPAR 47 SCR 80, dated 24.4.1981.
3. Substituted by Notification No. DPAR 4 SRR 95, dated 25.7.1995.
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(iii) 1[First Division Assistants] in any of the State Civil Service anywhere in the State ;

(iv) 1[First Division Assistants] in any of the State Civil Services in one or more Revenue Divisions of Bangalore, Mysore, Gulbarga and Belgaum;

(v) Junior Assistants in the Karnataka Secretariat Service;

(vi) Junior Assistants in the Karnataka Public Service Commission;

(vii) 1[Second Division Assistants] in any of the State Civil Services anywhere in the State;

(viii) 1[Second Division Assistants] in any of the State Civil Services in one or more Revenue Divisions of Bangalore, Mysore, Gulbarga and Belgaum.

8. Admission to the competitive examinations :- No person shall be admitted to a competitive examination unless he holds a certificate of admission from the Commission. The decision of the Commission on the eligibility or otherwise of person for admission to the examination shall be final.

9. Conduct of examination :- The Commission shall be responsible for all arrangements relating to the conduct of a competitive examination.
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1. Substituted by Notification No. DPAR 93 SCR 89, dated 1.10.1986.

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1[10. Manner of Assignment :- 2[(1)] The Commission shall call for requisitions from the different appointing authorities in respect of each category of posts. The appointing authorities shall send requisitions for assignment of candidates after duly classifying the vacancies in accordance with the Government Order No. DPAR 1 SBC 77, dated 4th March 1977 as amended from time to time. The Commission shall, after taking into account the Government Order No. DPAR 1 SBC 77, dated 4th March 1977 as amended from time to time and having regard to the order of merit and the preference indicated by the candidates under sub-rule (2) of rule 7, prepare lists assigning candidates to the different appointing authorities arranging their names in the order of merit.

Provided that the assignment of candidates from a list relating to a category of posts shall not be made to the appointing authority till all the candidates included in any list relating to such category of posts prepared for the previous year and assigned to it have been appointed.]

2[After appointment of candidates assigned under sub-rule (1) the candidates included in the additional list prepared under sub-rule (2) of rule 5 shall be assigned in accordance with the requisitions received from the different appointing authorities. The candidates included in the additional list shall be assigned to each appointing authority in the chronological order in which requisitions are received in the office of the Commission.]
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1. Substituted by Notification No. DPAR 47 SCR 80, dated 24.4.1981.
2. Inserted by Notification No. DPAR 90 SCR 85, dated 27.2.1992.



*11. Appointment of candidates :-
(1) The appointing authorities receiving lists of candidates suitable for appointment to the posts of assistants, Junior assistants, first division assistants and second division assistants, from the commission under sub-rule (1), shall appoint candidates to these posts in the order in which their names are arranged in the list sent by the commission.

Provided that no appointment of a candidate included in the additional list shall be made by the appointing authority until all candidates included in the list prepared and assigned under sub-rule (1) of rule 10 relating to that post, are appointed.

(2) The appointing authorities receiving additional list of candidates suitable for appointment for the post of Assistants, Junior Assistants, First Division Assistants and Second Division Assistants from Commission under sub-rule (2) of rule 10 shall appoint candidates to these posts in the order in which their names are arranged in the list sent by the Commission.

Provided that no requisition for assignment of candidates included in the additional list shall be sent by the appointing authority until all the candidates included in the list prepared and assigned under sub-rule (1) of rule 10 relating to that post are appointed.]
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1. Substituted by Notification No. DPAR 90 SCR 85, dated 27-2-1992.

1[12. Period of operation of the lists
A list of candidates prepared by the commission under rule 10 and received by an appointing authority under rule 11 shall be valid till all the candidates included in such list are appointed.]

13. Liability of candidates for service in the State
Not withstanding the preference indicated by a person under sub-rule (2) of rule 7, a candidate appointed to any of the categories of posts mentioned in Rule 5 shall be liable to serve in any part of the State.

14. Repeal and savings
(1) The Karnataka Civil Services (Recruitment to Ministerial Posts) Rules ,1966 and the Karnataka Civil Services (Ministerial Posts )(Minimum Qualification for Recruitment by Promotion) Rules ,1972 are here by repealed.


Provided that the lists of candidates prepared in accordance with the said 1966
rules before the commencement of these rules shall be valid till all the candidates included there in are appointed.

Provided further that appointments from the lists of candidates prepared for any category of posts under these rules shall be made only after the candidates for the same category of posts in the lists prepared under the said 1966 rules repealed this sub-rule have been appointed.

(2) Any reference in the rules of recruitment specially made for any service or post or in any other rules to the rules repealed by sub-rule (1) Shall unless the context other-wise requires, be construed as a reference to these rules.
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1. Substituted by Notification No. DPAR 47 SCR 80, dated 24-4-1981.
1[Annexure

I. Syllabus for the competitive examination for recruitment to the cadre of Assistants and 2[First division Assistants]:
The examination will consist of two written papers, namely-

(1) a paper on General English or General Kannada and
(2) a paper on General knowledge

The maximum marks for each paper will be 150
(1) (a) The paper on General English or General Kannada will normally conform to the minimum standard expected of a student who has passed the Bachelors degree examination of a University. It is intended to test candidate's knowledge of English/Kannada Grammar, Vocabulary , Spellings, synonyms antonyms, his power to understand and comprehend the English/Kannada language and his ability to discriminate between correct and incorrect usage etc.
(b) The candidates may answer either the paper on general English or the paper on general Kannada.
(2) (a) The paper on General knowledge will normally conform to the minimum standard relating to General Knowledge, expected of a student who has passed the Bachelor's Degree Examination of a University and will cover questions on the Constitution of India, Indian History and Culture, General and Economic Geography of India current events, every day science and such matters of everyday observation as may be expected of an educated person.
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1. Substituted by Notification No. DPAR 118 SCR 82, dated 30-11-1983.
2. Substituted by Notification No. DPAR 93 SCR 86, dated 1-10-1986.
(b) The candidates may answer this entire paper either in English or in Kannada but they shall not answer some questions in English and some in Kannada. The questions in both the papers will be of "Objective Multiple Choice Type."
II Syllabus for the competitive examination for recruitment to the cadre of Junior Assistants and 1[Second Division Assistants.]
The examination will consist of two written papers namely
(1) a paper on General English or General Kannada and
(2) a paper on General Knowledge. The maximum marks for each
paper will be 150.
(1) (a) The paper on General English or General Kannada will normally conform to the minimum standard expected of a student who has passed the SSLC examination. It is intended to test candidate's knowledge of English/Kannada, Grammar, Vocabulary, Spellings, Synonym antonyms, his power to understand and comprehend the English/Kannada Language and his ability to discriminate between correct and incorrect usage etc.
(b) The candidates may answer either the paper on General English or the paper on General Kannada.
(2) (a) The paper on General Knowledge will normally conform to the minimum standard relating to General Knowledge expected of a student who has passed the SSLC examination and will cover topics relating to the Constitution of
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India, Indian History and Culture, General and Economic Geography of India, current events, every-day science and such matters of everyday observation as may be expected of an educated person.
(b) The candidates may answer this entire paper either in English or in Kannada but they shall not answer some questions in English and some in Kannada. The questions in both the papers will be of 'Objective Multiple Choice Type'.]
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GOVERNMENT OF KARNATAKA

Notification No. DPAR 18 SCR 80
dated, 23rd July 1980


In exercise of the powers conferred by the proviso to article 309 of the Constitution of India, the Governor of Karnataka hereby makes the following rules to amend the Karnataka Civil Services (Recruitment the Ministerial Posts Rules,. 1978, namely:-

1. Title and commencement:-(1) These rules may be called the Karnataka Civil Services (Recruitment to the Ministerial Posts) (Amendment) Rules, 1980.

(2) They shall come into force on the date of their publication of the official Gazette.

2. Amendment of rule 5:- In rule '5' of the Karnataka Civil Services (Recruitment to the Ministerial Posts) Rules, 1978 the world before the commencement of a calendar year". shall be and shall be deemed always to have been omitted.


GOVERNMENT OF KARNATAKA
By Order and in the name of the
Governor of Karnataka

(A.H. SOMESHWAR)
Under Secretary to Government,
Dept. of Personnel and Admve. Reforms,
(Service Rules-II).


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GOVERNMENT OF KARNATAKA

Notification No. DPAR 47 SCR 80
dated, 24th April 1981.


In exercise of the powers conferred by the proviso to article 309 of the Constitution of India, the Governor of Karnataka hereby makes the following rules further to amend the Karnataka Civil Services (Recruitment to the Ministerial Posts) Rules,. 1978, namely:-

1. Title and commencement:-(1) These rules may be called the Karnataka Secretariat Services (Recruitment) (Amendment) Rules, 1981.

(2) They shall come into force on the date of their publication in the Official Gazette.

2. Substitution of new rule for rule 5:- For rule 5 of the Karnataka Civil Services (Recruitment to the Ministerial Posts) Rules, 1978 (hereinafter referred to as the said Rules) the following rule shall be substituted, namely:-

"5. Lists of selected candidates: The Commission shall, during every calendar year, prepare on the basis of the results of a competitive examination conducted by it, lists of candidates suitable for appointment to the posts mentioned in rule 3 and the number of candidates to be included in each list in respect of each appointing authority shall be as specified in the requisition of the authority under rule 10."

3. Amendment of rule 7:- For sub-rule (1) of rule 7 of the said rules, the following sub-rule shall be substituted, namely:-

"(1) The Commission shall call for applications by advertisement for admission to the competitive examinations in such form as it may determine, and before such date and on payment of such fees as may be specified by the Commission in such advertisement, indicating that vacancies shall be reserved fro ex-servicemen and physically handicapped persons in accordance with rule 9 of the Karnataka Civil Services (General Recruitment) Rules, 1977 and in favour of persons belonging to Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes, backward tribes and other categories of Backward Classes in accordance with the Government Order No. DPAR 1 SBC 77 dated 4th March 1977 as amended from time time."

4. Substitution of new rule for rule 10:- For rule 10 of the said rules, the following rule shall be substituted, namely:-

"10. Manner of assignment:- The Commission shall call for requisitions from the different appointing authorities in respect of each category of posts. The appointing authorities shall send requisitions for assignment of candidates after duly classifying the vacancies in accordance with the Government Order No. DPAR 1 SBC 77 dated 4th March 1977 as amended from time to time. The Commission shall, after taking into account the Government Order No. DPAR 1 SBC 77 dated 4th March 1977 as amended from time to time and having regard to the order of merit and the perference indicated by the candidates under sub-rule (2) of rule 7, prepare lists assigning candidates to the different appointing authorities arranging their names in the order of merit.

Provided that the assignment of candidates from a list relating to a category of posts shall not be made to the appointing authority till all the candidates included in any list relating to such category of posts prepared for the previous year and assigned to it have been appointed"

5. Substitution of new rule for rule 11:- For rule 11 of the said rules, the following rule shall be substituted, namely:-

"11. Appointment of candidates:- The appointing authorities receiving lists of candidates suitable for appointment to the posts of Assistants, Junior Assistants, First Division Clerks and Second Division clerks from the Commission under rule 10 shall appoint candidate to these posts in the order which their names are arranged in the lists sent by the Commission. No appointment of a candidate included in a list shall be made by an appointing authority until all candidates included in an earlier list relating to that post and assigned to it are appointed."

6. Substitution of new rule for rule 12:- For rule 12 of the said rules, the following rule shall be substituted namely:-

"12. Period of operation of the lists:- A list of candidates prepared by the Commission under rule 10 and received by an appointing authority under rule 11 shall be valid till all the candidates included in such list are appointed."


GOVERNMENT OF KARNATAKA
By Order and in the name of the
Governor of Karnataka

(B.B. BAJENTRI)
Under Secretary to Government,
Dept. of Personnel and Admve. Reforms,
(Service Rules).


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GOVERNMENT OF KARNATAKA

NO: DPAR 39 SCR 97 Karnataka Government Secretariat,
Vidhana Soudha,
Bangalore, dated 9th Dec., 1997.

NOTIFICATION

Where the draft of the rules to amend the Karnataka State Civil Services (Recruitment to the Ministerial Posts) (Amendment) Rules, 1997, was published as required by clause (a) of sub-section (2) of Section 3 of the Karnataka State Civil Services Act, 1976 (Act No. 14 of 1990) in Notification No. DPAR 39 SCR 97, dated 14.10.1997 in part 4 Section 2C(i) of the Karnataka Gazette, dated 14th October 97, inviting objections and suggestions from persons likely to be affected thereby within thirty days from the date of the publication of the draft in the Official Gazette.

Whereas the said Gazette was made available to the public on 16th October 1997.

And whereas objections and suggestions receved have been examined by the State Government.

Now, therefore, in exercise of the powers conferred by sub-section (1) of Section 3 read with Section 6 of the Karnataka State Civil Services Act, 1976 (Karnataka Act 14 of 1990), the Government of Karnataka hereby make the following rules further to amend the Karnataka Civil Services (Recruitment) to the Ministerial Posts) Rules, 1978, namely:-

1. Title and commencement.- (1) These rules may be called the Karnataka Civil Services (Recruitment to the Ministerial Posts) (amendment) Rules, 1997.

(2) They shall come into force on the date of their publication in the Official Gazette.

2. Amendment of rule 4.- In sub-clause (ii) of clause (b) of rule 4A of the Karnataka Civil Services (Recruitment to the Ministerial Posts) Rules, 1978, for the words "Seven years", the words "Five years" shall be substituted.



GOVERNMENT OF KARNATAKA
By Order and in the name of the
Governor of Karnataka

(M.VENKATRAMAIAH)
Under Secretary to Government,
Dept. of Personnel and Admve. Reforms,
(Service Rules).

To,
The Compiler, Karnataka Gazette, for publication in the Official Gazette, and also to supply 1000 printed copies to D.P.A.R (Service Rules), Vidhana Soudha, Bangalore-1.

Copy to:

1. The Chief Secretary to Government.
2. The Additional Chief Secretary to Government.
3. All the Principal Secretaries/Secretaries to Government.
4. All the Heads of Departments.
5. All Additional/Joint/Deputy/Under Secretaries to Government.
*6 The Secretary, Karnataka Public Service Commission, Bangalore.
*7 The Secretary, Karnataka Legislature, Bangalore.
*8 The Registrar, General, High Court of Karnataka, Bangalore.
*9 The Registrar, Karnataka Administrative Tribunal, Bangalore.
*10 The Registrar, Karnataka Lokayukta, Bangalore.
11. Cabinet Section (Sub.No. 465/97)
12. D.P.A.R (Service Rules-A/C/D/E/F)
13. Weekly Gazette.
14. Monthly Volume.
15. Section Guard File.
16. Spare Copies.
(* with a covering letter)
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NOTIFICATION

No. DPAR 52 SCR 93, Bangalore, dated 14th June 1994.

Whereas the draft of the rules to amend the Karnataka State Civil Services (Recruitment to the Ministerial Posts) (Amendment) Rules, 1994, was published as required by clause (a) of sub-section (2) of section 3 of the Karnataka Civil Services Act, 1978 (Act No. 14 of 1990) in Notification No. DPAR 52 SCR 93, dated 4th April 1994, in Part 4 Section 2C(i) of the Karnataka Gazette, dated 28th April 1994 inviting objections and suggestions from persons likely to be affected thereby within thirty days from the date of the publication of the draft in the Official Gazette.

Whereas the said 'Gazette' was made available to the public on 28th April 1994.

And whereas objections and - suggestions received have been examined by the State Government.

Now, therefore, in exercise of the powers conferred by sub-section (1) of Section 3 read with Section 8 of the Karnataka State Civil Services Act, 1978 (Karnataka Act 14 of 1990) the Government of Karnataka hereby make the following rules further to amend the Karnataka Civil Services (recruitment to lthe Ministerial Posts) Rules, 1978, namely:-

RULES

1. Title and Commencement:- (1) These rules may to called the Karnataka Civil Services (Recruitment to the Ministerial Posts) (Amendment) Rules, 1994.

(2) They shall come into force on the date of their publication in the Official Gazette.

2. Amendment of rule 4:- In sub-rule (2) of rule 4 of the Karnataka Civil Services (Recruitment to the Ministerial Posts) Rules, 1978 (hereinafter referred to as the said rules) after the words "eligible for" the words "transfer or" shall be inserted.

3. Amendment of rule 4A:- In clause (b) of rule 4A of the said rules for the words "promotion of persons in the cadre of Drivers or" the words "transfer of persons in the cadre of Drivers, and if no suitable person is available for transfer, by promotion from" shall be substituted.

GOVERNMENT OF KARNATAKA
By Order and in the name of the
Governor of Karnataka

(P. RAMANATH)
Under Secretary to Government,
Dept. of Personnel and Admve. Reforms,
(Service Rules).
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GOVERNMENT OF KARNATAKA

NO: DPAR 57 SCR 94 Karnataka Government Secretariat,
Vidhana Soudha,
Bangalore, dated 19th January 95.

NOTIFICATION

Where the draft of the rules to amend the Karnataka State Civil Services (Recruitment to the Ministerial Posts) (Amendment) Rules, 1994, was published as required by clause (a) of sub-section (2) of Section 3 of the Karnataka Civil Services Act, 1978 (Act No. 14 of 1990) in Notification No. DPAR 57 SCR 94, dated 15 October 1994 in part 4 Section 2C(i) of the Karnataka Gazette, dated 15th October 94, inviting objections and suggestions from persons likely to be affected thereby within thirty days from the date of the publication of the draft in the Official Gazette.

Whereas the said Gazette was made available to the public on 15th October 1994.

And whereas no objections and suggestions have been received in this regard.

Now, therefore, in exercise of the powers conferred by sub-section (1) of Section 3 of the Karnataka State Civil Services Act, 1978 (Karnataka Act 14 of 1990), the Government of Karnataka hereby make the following rules further to amend the Karnataka Civil Services (Recruitment to the Ministerial Posts) Rules, 1978, namely:-

R U L E S

1. Title and commencement.- (1) These rules may be called the Karnataka Civil Services (Recruitment to the Ministerial Posts) ( Second amendment) Rules, 1994.

(2) They shall come into force on the date of their publication in the Official Gazette.

2. Amendment of rule 4-A.- In rule 4A of the Karnataka Civil Services (Recruitment to the Ministerial Posts) Rules, 1978:-

(i) In clause (a) for the words "Seventy Five" ,
the words "Sixty Seven" shall be substituted;

(ii) In clause (b) for the words "Twenty Five",
the words "Thirty Three" shall be substituted.

GOVERNMENT OF KARNATAKA
By Order and in the name of the
Governor of Karnataka

(P. RAMANATH)
Under Secretary to Government,
Dept. of Personnel and Admve. Reforms,
(Service Rules).

To,
The Compiler, Karnataka Gazette, for publication in the Official Gazette, and also to supply 1000 printed copies to D.P.A.R (Service Rules), Vidhana Soudha, Bangalore-1.




Copy to:

1. All the Principal Secretaries/Secretaries to Government.
2. All the Heads of Departments.
3. All Special/Additional/Joint/Deputy/Under Secretaries to Government.
*4 The Secretary, Karnataka Public Service Commission, Bangalore.
*5 The Secretary, Karnataka Legislature, Bangalore.
*6 The Registrar, General, High Court of Karnataka, Bangalore.
*7 The Registrar, Karnataka Administrative Tribunal, Bangalore.
*8 The Registrar, Karnataka Lokayukta, Bangalore.
9. Cabinet Section.
10. Weekly Gazette.
11. Monthly Volume.
12. Section Guard File.
13. Spare Copies.
(* with a covering letter)

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GOVERNMENT OF KARNATAKA

NO: DPAR 118 SCR 82 Karnataka Government Secretariat,
Vidhana Soudha,
Bangalore, dated 21st Februay. 1984.

NOTIFICATION

In exercise of the powers conferred by the proviso to article 309 of the Constitution of India, the Governor of Karnataka hereby makes the following rules further to amend the Karnataka Civil Services (Recruitment to the Ministerial Posts) (Amendment) Rules, 1983, namely:-


1. Title and commencement.- (1) These rules may be called the Karnataka Civil Services (Recruitment to the Ministerial Posts) ( Amendment) Rules, 1994.

(2) They shall come into force on the date of their publication in the Official Gazette.

2. Insertion of new rule 4:- In the Karnataka Civil Services (Recruitment to the Ministerial Posts) (Amendment) Rules, 1983, after rule 3 the following rule shall be and shall be deemed always to have been inserted, namely -

"4. Savings: Notwithstanding the amendment to the said rules by these rules,
recruitment to the posts of Assistants/First Division Clerks and to the
posts of Junior Assistants/Second Division Clerks notified by the
Karnataka Public Service Commission in its Notifications No. E(2)81/83-
84/PSC, dated 17-6-1983 and No. E(3) 354/83-84/PSC, dated 13-7-1983
respectively shall be made as if the said rules have not been amended by
these rules."


GOVERNMENT OF KARNATAKA
By Order and in the name of the
Governor of Karnataka

(G.K. SANGORAM)
Under Secretary to Government,
Dept. of Personnel and Admve. Reforms,
(Service Rules).

To,
The Compiler, Karnataka Gazette, for publication in the next issue of Gazette.

Copy to:
1. The Accountant General, Karnataka, Bangalore.
2. All Secretaries to Government.
3. All Deputy Secretaries to Govt.
4. All heads of Departments.
*5. The Secretary, Karnataka Public Service Commission, Bangalore.
*6. The Secretary, Karnataka Legislature, Bangalore.
*7. The Registrar, High Court of Karnataka, Bangalore.
(*with covering letter)
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PART IV-2C (i)

GENERAL STATUTORY RULES ISSUED BY THE STATE GOVERNMENT UNDER THE CENTRAL ACTS AND STATE ACTS AND RULES MADE BY THE GOVERNOR UNDER THE CONSTITUTION-

Personnel and Administrative Reforms Secretariat

Notification No. DPAR 80 SCR 84,
Bangalore, dated 26th March 1985.


In exercise of the powers conferred on me by the proviso to article 309 of the Constitution of India, I, Ashoka Nath Banerji, Governor of Karnataka hereby make the following rules further to amend the Karnataka Civil Services (Recruitment to the Ministerial Posts) Rules, 1978.

1. Title and commencement.- (1) These rules may be called the Karnataka Civil Services (Recruitment to the Ministerial Posts) ( Amendment) Rules, 1985.

(2) They shall come into force on the date of their publication in the Official Gazette.

2. Insertion of a new rule 4A:- After rule 4 of the Karnataka Civil Services (Recruitment to the Ministerial Posts) Rules, 1978, the following rule shall be inserted, namely:--

"4A. The method of recruitment and minimum qualification for the posts of Junior Assistants or Second Division Clerks:- Notwithstanding anything contained in the rules of recruitment specially made, the method of recruitment to the posts of Junior Assistants or Second Division Clerks in any service, shall be as follows, namely:-

(a) Seventy five percent by direct recruitment in accordance with these rules ; and

(b) Twenty five percent by promotion of persons in the cadre of Drivers or any of the cadre in Group 'D' service on the basis of seniority, seniority being determined by treating a person holding a post carrying a higher scale of pay as senior to a person holding a post carrying a lower scale of pay, seniority interse among persons holding posts carrying same scale of pay being determined on the basis of length of service in the respective cadres, seniority interse among persons in a cadre being maintained; and

(i) who possess the qualifications specified in sub-rule (2) of rule 4, and

(2) who have put in a service of not less than seven years in the cadre of Driver or in any one or more of the cadre in Group 'D' service".






GOVERNMENT OF KARNATAKA
By Order and in the name of the
Governor of Karnataka

(G.K. SANGORAM)
Under Secretary to Government,
Dept. of Personnel and Admve. Reforms,
(Service Rules).
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PART IV-2C (i)

GENERAL STATUTORY RULES ISSUED BY THE STATE GOVERNMENT UNDER THE CENTRAL ACTS AND STATE ACTS AND RULES MADE BY THE GOVERNOR UNDER THE CONSTITUTION-

Personnel and Administrative Reforms Secretariat

Notification No. DPAR 118 SCR 82,
Bangalore, dated 30th November 1983.


In exercise of the powers conferred on me by the proviso to article 309 of the Constitution of India, I, Ashoka Nath Banerji, the Governor of Karnataka hereby make the following rules further to amend the Karnataka Civil Services (Recruitment to the Ministerial Posts) Rules, 1978, namely:

1. Title and commencement.- (1) These rules may be called the Karnataka Civil Services (Recruitment to the Ministerial Posts) ( Amendment) Rules, 1983.


(2) They shall come into force on the date of their publication in the Official Gazette.

2. Amendment of rule 6:- In rule 6 of the Karnataka Civil Services (Recruitment to the Ministerial Posts) Rules, 1978 (hereinafter referred to as the said rules), in sub-rule (2) for the figure "200", the figure "300" shall be substituted.

3. Substitution of the Annexure:- For the annexure to the said rules, the following annexure shall be substituted, namely:-

ANNEXURE
I. Syllabus for the competetive examination for recruitment to the cadre of Assistants and First Division Clerks:
The examination will consist of two written papers, namely,-
(1) a paper on General English or General Kannada, and
(2) a paper on General knowledge.
The maximum marks for each paper will be 150.

(1) (a) The paper on General English or General Kannada will normally conform to the minimum standard expected of a student who has passed the Bachelors Degree examination of a University. It is intended to test candidate's knowledge of English/Kannada grammar, vocabulary, spellings, synonyms, antonyms, his power to under it and comprehend the English/Kannada Language and his ability to discriminate between correct and incorrect usage, etc.

(b) The candidates may answer either the paper on General English or the paper on General Kannada.

(2) (a) The paper on General Knowledge will normally conform to the minimum standard relating to General Knowledge, expected of a student who has passed the Bachelor's Degree Examination of a University and will cover questions on the Constitution of India, Indian History and Culture, General and Economic Geography of India, current events, every day science and such matters of every day observation as may be expected of an educated person.

(b) The candidates may answer this entire paper either in English or in Kannada but they shall not answer some questions in English and some in Kannada. The questions in both the papers will be of 'objective Multiple Choice Type'.

II. Syllabus for the competetive examination for recruitment to the cadre of Junior Assistants and Second Division Clerks:

The examination will consist of two written papers namely,-
(1) a paper on General English or General Kannada and (2) a paper on General Knowledge. The maximum marks for each paper will be 150.

(1) (a) The paper on General English or General Kannada will normally conform to the minimum standard expected of a student who has passed the S.S.L.C examination. It is intended to test candidate's knowledge of English/Kannada Grammar, Vocabulary, spellings, synonyms, antonyms, his power to understand and comprehend the English/Kannada Language and his ability to discriminate between correct and incorrect usage, etc.

(b) The candidates may answer either the paper on General English or the paper on General Kannada.

(2) (a) The paper on General Knowledge will normally conform to the minimum standard relating to General Knowledge expected of a student who has passed the S.S.L.C Examination and will cover topics relating to the Constitution of India, Indian History and Culture, General and Economic Geography of India, current events, every day science and such matters of every day observation as may be expected of an educated person.

(b) The candidates may answer this entire paper either in English or in Kannada but they shall not answer some questions in English and some in Kannada. The questions in both the papers will be of 'objective Multiple Choice type'.''


GOVERNMENT OF KARNATAKA
By Order and in the name of the
Governor of Karnataka

(G.K. SANGORAM)
Under Secretary to Government,
Dept. of Personnel and Admve. Reforms,
(Service Rules).























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