Departmental Tests

KSR – Test 17

A post which is permanent but appointments against which can be made only for definite periods are called

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An inspector of factories and boilers with HQ at Trivandrum was on tour at Ernakulam from 1.6.2012 to 24.6.2012 (excluding the period from 10.6.2012 to 15.6.2012, when he was on official duty at Kozhikkode). His eligibility for full daily allowance for halts is
a) Eligible for full DA for entire period
b) Eligible for full DA for first 10 days only
c) Eligible for full DA for the entire period of halt at Kozhikkode and for only 10 days at Ernakulam
d) None of the above
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The maximum period of LWA for joining spouse that may be granted at a time is limited to:
a) 4 years
b) 20 years
c) 15 years
d) 5 years
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A post which is permanent but appointments against which can be made only for definite periods are called
a) Substantive post
b) Tenure post
c) Temporary post
d) None of the above
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If an officer is appointed to discharge the current duties of another post in addition to his own, he will be eligible for a special allowance as a percentage of the minimum of the scale of pay of the additional post. This percentage should not exceed
a) 0.15
b) 0.1
c) 0.07
d) 0.03
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Arrear claim of TA is allowed in the case of :
a) retrospective promotion
b) belated grant of increment
c) pay revision
d) confirmation
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Maximum number of years reckoned for calculating DCRG is
a) 30 years
b) 25 years
c) 33 years
d) 20 years
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The minimum qualifying service for earning full pension is
a) 25 years
b) 33 years
c) 20 years
d) 30 years
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The maximum hospital leave admissible to specified category if personnel in certain departments is restricted to ……….
a) 300 days
b) 200 days
c) 240 days
d) No ceiling
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The Qualifying service for statutory pension is:
a) 5 years
b) 10 years
c) 15 years
d) 20 years
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An officer drawing a basic pay of Rs.14620 when transferred from Kollam ro Kannur can claim cost of carriage of personal effects for a maximum of:
a) 2240 kg
b) 560 kg
c) 2000 kg
d) 3000 kg
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The officer who is on LWA for other employment should rejoin duty at least ………. year prior to the date of superannuation
a) One year
b) Two year
c) Third year
d) None of these
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Leave not due should be granted :
a) When no other leave with allowance is available at credit of the officer
b) if the authority empowered to sanction leave is satisfied that there is reasonable prospect of the officer returning to duty on the expiry of the leave
c) if the authority empowered to sanction leave is satisfied that the officer earns an equal amount of half pay leave thereafter
d) all of the above
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The strength of a service or part of service sanctioned as a separate unit is called
a) Class
b) Cadre
c) Division
d) Category
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Any person who enters the service on or after 1-9-84:
a) Need to join Group Insurance Scheme only if he has crossed 50 years
b) Need to join Group Insurance Scheme, if he has an LIC policy
c) Need to join Group Insurance Scheme, if he is subscribing to General Provident
d) Need to join Group Insurance Scheme within a period of 1 year from the date of entry in service
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An officer deputed for training at Kozhikode for 60 days is eligible for TA at :
a) full rate for 10 days and 3/4 th thereafter
b) full rate for 30 days and 3/4 th thereafter
c) full rate for 10 days, 3/4 th for next 20 days and 1/2 the rate thereafter
d) full rate for 60 days
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Judicial proceedings not instituted against an officer while in service cannot be instituted after retirement in respect of an event which took place
a) more than 2 years before such institution
b) more than 3 years before such institution
c) more than 4 years before such institution
d) more than 5 years before such institution
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Leave without allowances on MC under Rule 88 will not count for :
a) Accumulation of EL
b) Accumulation of HPL
c) Pension
d) Pay fixation
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The minimum period of bar on increment, without cumulative effect, is
a) 10 months
b) 9 months
c) 1 year
d) 3 months
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When an officer reaches in the maximum of scale of pay, he is allowed ……….
a) Special pay
b) Stagnation increment
c) HRA
d) None of these
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Average emoluments is calculated on the basis of the pay drawn during the last
a) 10 months
b) 6 months
c) 12 months
d) 18 months
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The age of superannuation in the case of High Court Judges is
a) 60
b) 70
c) 62
d) 58
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A retired Govt. servant commuted Rs.4000 from his pension and he is drawing a reduced amount of Rs.6000 as monthly pension. He is re-employed in service with a basic pay of Rs.12000. For calculating TA, he will be treated as
a) Grade I officer
b) Grade II(a) officer
c) Grade II(b) officer
d) Grade III officer
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The District Medical Officer, Palakkad is deputed for a training at New Delhi from 1.6.2012 to 31.7.2012. During the period of training, he was absent on casual leave from 15.6.2012 to 20.6.2012, and was away from New Delhi with prior permission. He will get full DA for halts
a) For 10 days
b) For 30 days
c) For the entire period training
d) For 24 days
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The maximum number of casual leave that may be granted in 2011 to an officer who joined duty on 1 st November 2011 is
a) 20 days
b) 10 days
c) 4 days
d) 2 days
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Which rule of fixation is applicable when an officer is appointed by PSC to lower post?
a) 37 (b)
b) 30
c) 37 (a)
d) 28 A
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