Dopt Clarification on Definition of a Dependent Family Member – Whether ‘married son’ can be considered for compassionate appointment?
G.I., Dep.of Per. & Trg., O.M.No.14014/02/2012-Estt(D), dated 25th February, 2015
Department of Personnel & Training
Establishment ‘D’ Section
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) on Compassionate Appointment
Definition of a Dependent Family Member
S.No. Question and Answer
60. Whether ‘married son’ can be considered for compassionate appointment?
Yes, if he otherwise fulfils all the other requirements of the Scheme i.e. he is otherwise eligible and fulfils the criteria laid down in this Department’s O.M. dated 16th January, 2013. This would be effective from the date of issue of this FAQ viz. 25th February, 2015 and the cases of compassionate appointment already settled w.r.t. the FAQs dated 30th May, 2013, may not be reopened.
Sr.No.13 of the FAQs dated 30th May, 2013 may be deemed to have been modified to this extent.
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