Thursday, June 14, 2012

Solved questions of PS Group B Examination Paper-II (Qns 1-25)

1 . Which of the following action is not misconduct under CCS (Conduct) Rules 1964 Ans :Attendance as witness in a departmental enquiry
2 The strike includes the following actions of government servants
Ans : All the above
3 Which of the following activities does not attract violation of CCS (Conduct) Rules 1964
Ans : Collection of funds for service association
4 Which of the following should not be accepted by any government servant
Ans : Negotation for any other employment 
5 Whether a government servant can enter into marriage with prior permission
Ans: with a person having a spouse living and the personal law applicable permit 
6 The appellate authority under CCS(CCA) rules 1965 can
Ans : All the above three actions
7 Under CCS(CCA) rules 1965 . the power of review is vested in
Ans: President
8 The disciplinary authority can withhold any appeal in case
Ans: The appeal may not be withheld in any case
9 Central civil services (Conduct) Rules 1964 came into force with effect from
Ans : 30the November 1964
10 A Government servant holding Group A post may accept gift from near personal friends on occasions such as weddings anniversaries or religious functions
Ans : Up to Rupees Seven Thousand Only
11 Which of the following penalties is not treated as major penalties under CCS (CCA) rules 1965
Ans: Recovery from the Pay
12 Which is not penalty within the CCS(CCA) rules 1965
Ans : Non Promation of a government servant in officiating capacity
13 Which of the following event is not fit for treating as Dies Non;
Ans : Late coming to office
14 The disciplinary authority can appoint presenting officer to present the case on its behalf before the enquiry authority
Ans : Any other Government servant and legal practioner.
15 Which of the following cases is not fit for imposition of major penalty under CCS(CCA) rules 1965 against a government servant
Ans : Refusal of promation
16 Ex –parte enquiry may be conducted in the following cases
Ans:  All the above 
17 Central Civil services (Classification, Control and appeal) Rules 196 came into force on
Ans : 1st December 1965
18 An order of suspension made or deemed to have been made unless it is extended after review shall be valid for a period
Ans : 90 Days
19 A government servant shall be deemed to have been placed under suspension by an order of the appointing authority with effect from the date of his detention , if he is detained in custody , whether on a criminal charge or otherwise for a period exceeding
Ans: Forty Eight Hours
20 An order of suspension made or deemed to have been made under Rule 10 of CS (CCA) Rules , 196 shall be reviewed before the expiry of ninety days by the review committee shall not extend the suspension for a period exceeding
Ans : 180 Days
21 In terms of Rule 14 (8) (b) of the CCS (CCA) rules 1965 the government servant concerned may take assistance of a retired government servant subject to the condition that the condition that the retired government servant should not act as defence assistance in more than
Ans : Seven Cases
22 An order of dismissal from service under CCS(CCA) rules 1965 can be given effect from the date of
Ans : Issue of the dismissal order
23 Orders against which an appeal lies under CCS(CCA) rules 1965
Ans : Both the statements under (A) & (B) above are not correct
24 The records of disciplinary proceedings and appellate
Ans : 25 years
25 The following records /documents should be sent to the appellate authority , by the disciplinary authority while forwarding the appeal against a punishment order
Ans : Parawise comments on appeal Source: IP/ASP Kerala Blog