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Employees of an independent autonomous entity registered under the Societies Registration Act, are not entitled benefits on par with the State Government employees - Supreme Court   Jan 10, 2022

Employees of an independent autonomous entity registered under the Societies Registration Act, are not entitled benefits on par with the State Government employees. The Supreme Court held as follows:

 

As per the law laid down by this Court in a catena of decisions, the employees of the autonomous bodies cannot claim, as a matter of right, the same service benefits on par with the Government employees.

 

Merely because such autonomous bodies might have adopted the Government Service Rules and/or in the Governing Council there may be a representative of the Government and/or merely because such institution is funded by the State/Central Government, employees of such autonomous bodies cannot, as a matter of right, claim parity with the State/Central Government employees. This is more particularly, when the employees of such autonomous bodies are governed by their own Service Rules and service conditions. The State Government and the Autonomous Board/Body cannot be put on par.


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