Service book of a government employee contains the history of his/her entire service
Ref: Service book of a government employee has to be maintained in each and every case
Service book of a government employee contains the history of his entire service - records starting from joining to retirement. It is maintained by government and it is not a private one. Is it prepared by employee himself and submitted in office at any time during his service period? Suppose an employee placed under suspension due to his misdeeds it was recorded in red ink in the service book by the authority not by the employee concerned. Before recording the remark whether views of concerned obtained?? Whether the employee gave his/her consent to it for recording. If not the office, how is it maintained. How it falls under personal information??
Personal information is something otherwise not service matter like joining transfer suspension promotion etc. Personal information are maintained in CCR or ACR.
Submitted to rtifoundation of India
Name: Manmath kr Bidhar khordha Odisha