Departmental Tests

KSR – Test 14

The maximum personal effects that can be carried by a Grade II officer upon transfer is

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If an officer dies while in service, the period within which the deceased officers family has to perform journey to his home or to any other place they wish to get reside is
a) 3 months
b) 2 months
c) 6 months
d) 1 month
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Medical examination is not necessary for communication of pension if the application for it was made within
a) 5 years from the date of retirement
b) 3 years from the date of retirement
c) 1 year from the date of retirement
d) 2 years from the date of retirement
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LWA under Rule 91 A for study purpose for undergoing PG courses by Doctors, Engineers and Teachers which are of primary benefit to the State will not count for :
a) qualifying service
b) accumulation of EL
c) accumulation of HPL
d) increment
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The travelling allowance of officers for journey on temporary transfer is the same as that on journey on tour if the duration of transfer is not more than
a) one month
b) fortnight
c) two months
d) six months
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Non-permenant employees with less than 3 years of service are eligible to LWA upto — — — months at a time.
a) 2 months
b) 3 months
c) 4 months
d) None of these
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The maximum personal effects that can be carried by a Grade II officer upon transfer is
a) 3000 kgms
b) 1000 kgms
c) 2000 kgms
d) 2500 kgms
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Whose duty is to scrutinise the distances entered in travelling allowance bills and to check any tendency to abuse the option of exchanging daily allowance for mileage allowance is required
a) Head of Department
b) Controlling Officer
c) District Officer
d) Deputy Director
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The Service Book of a retired officer should be kept in safe custody for the prescribed period by
a) Head of office at the time of retirement
b) Head of Department
c) The Accountant General
d) The retired officer
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The duration of the total period of vacation, earned leave and commuted leave taken together shall not exceed :
a) 240 days
b) 250 days
c) 260 days
d) None of the above
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A non-permanent officer who fails to resume duty on the expiry of the maximum period of leave without allowance granted to him shall be
a) suspended from service
b) removed from service
c) directed to rejoin duty
d) directed to resign
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The periodical rise in the rate of pay on a time scale of pay is — — —
a) Special pay
b) Increment
c) Personal pay
d) None of these
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A District Information Officer working in Alappuzha was transferred to Malappuaram on 1.12.2011. His wife, who is a Junior Supt. in revenue dept. in Alappuzha was transferred to Malappuram on 1.6.2012. Their eligibility for transfer TA is
a) Either of them can claim TA and the other will be treated as accompanying him/her
b) Both of them can claim separate TA
c) The District Information Officer can claim TA and his wife can claim actual expenses for the journey
d) None of the above
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Family for the purpose of travelling allowance do not include
a) dependent father
b) wife
c) step on
d) physically disabled child
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An LD Clerk in District Police Office, Malappuram is deputed for a training in the IMG Trivandrum for 3 months from 1.7.2012. He will get full DA for halts for:
a) 10 days
b) 20 days
c) 30 days
d) Entire period of training
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When an officer is travelling on Class I hilly tracks, he can claim an additional D.A of
a) 0.25
b) 0.125
c) 0.15
d) 0.1
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A High School Assistant entered service on 1.6.2008. He completed his probation on 5.7.2010. He will get his second increment on :
a) 5.7.2010
b) 1.7.2010
c) 1.6.2010
d) 6.7.2010
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When an officer is on HPL the HRA at full rate is admissible for a period of first
a) 120 days
b) 180 days
c) 90 days
d) 150 days
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Which of the following type of leave will not count as qualifying for increment?
a) Earned leave
b) LWA on MC
c) HPL
d) LWA under App:XII A
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HPL available to permanent and non-permanent officers for each completed year of service is :
a) 20
b) 10
c) 40
d) 17
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For official duty, when two or more officers are travelling in a conveyance belonging to one of them;
a) Full T.A will be given to all of them
b) Full T.A will be given only to the officer who owns the conveyance and half T.A for all the others
c) Full T.A will be given only to the officer who owns the conveyance
d) Full T.A will be given to all of them and the officer who owns the conveyance may draw an additional mileage allowance
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The maximum leave not due that can be availed at a time is — — —
a) 60 days
b) 2 months
c) 90 days
d) None of these
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When the scale of pay of a post is revised, the rule of fixation applicable is
a) Rule 37 (b)
b) Rule 28
c) Rule 30
d) Rule 28A
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The different kinds of travelling allowances does not include
a) Conveyance allowance
b) Dearness allowance
c) Daily allowance
d) Mileage allowance
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When will the commutation becomes absolute if the application for commutation of pension is submitted before the date of retirement?
a) On the date of application
b) On the date of retirement
c) On the date of receipt of the application by the pension sanctioning authority
d) When the Medical board signs the certificate
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The revised scale of pay of an officer holding lien on a substantive post took effect from a date falling within the period of suspension. The position regarding the exercise of option is that the officer is
a) entitled to exercise option as if on duty
b) entitled to exercise option but benefit will practically accure after reinstatement
c) entitled to exercise option if the time limit to exercise option falls within the period of suspension
d) do not entitled to exercise option during suspension period
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