Is S.E.O. a gazetted officer?
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yes .. he can attest you documents ....n legally valid ....
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A gazetted officer is a civil servant and the authority to stamp comes from president of India. In India, Gazette is published on regular bases, it is a official Central Government Publication(nicked name Gazette). It publishes the promotions of of certain government official.
No not at all gazetted officer are those who serve under central or state govt. If a CA serve under the above then only he/she is a gazetted officer. Self Practioner CA are not a gazetted officer
All A,B, C officers in India Government service and in State government service also any officer scale 1 and above in Union Government owned banks who's name is notified in the Gazette extraordinaire by the respective governments is termed as gazetted officers. In police : officers from Inspector… and above but for Passport related issues SP and above, DC IT etc. In Army: Lieutenant and above commissioned officers in Triservices. ( Full Answer )
As per my knowledge both are non gazetted posts. LIC officers can become gazetted after one or two designation promotions.
Officers of Lic and banks are not gazetted officers as they work for the psu's and not directly the govt.only the chaiman and MD are on the payroll and therefore are gazetted officers
NCC is a youth cadet corp program in India. It is on volunteerbasis and aims to groom youth of the country to be better anddisciplined citizens. An NCC major is an associate NCC officer andis selected to be trained from amongst school and college teachers.He/she is not a gazetted officer.
No. In India, certain levels of government officials, police, and military are listed, or gazetted, by the government as qualified to perform certain critical attestation functions. The occupation of bank manager would not appear on these lists.. http://crusaderspace.blogspot.com/2008/07/who-is-gaz…etted-officer-in-india.html ( Full Answer )
NO, they are not Gazetted officers, only a rank above DGM in BSNL or MTNL are Gazetted officers.
Post master is not an gazetted officer.There is no gazetted officer in postal department below the rank of Superintendent of post.
yes,the notary is gazzetted officer in as much as central government published the list of notary as gazzetted officer in the gazzette notification published by the 1st week of january/2008 and a notary is also appointed by gazzete notification
No. Notary public is not a governmner servent so he dont hav authority to do attestation of any doucument or any photocopy of the certification
yes doctor is a gazetted officer if he is a MBBS and working in a government institution.
Advocate is a Gazetted officer ,He/She is the court officer ,whose names were published in Gazette all are Gazetted officers ,as the Advocates names also published in Gazette ,when they were enrolled as an advocate, as such Advocate is a Gazetted officer
A gazetted officer is a civil servant and the authority to stampcomes from president of India. In India, Gazette is published on regular bases, it is a officialCentral Government Publication(nicked name Gazette). It publishesthe promotions of of certain government official. If a person's name is pu…blished in the Gazette, he/she is calledGazetted, in most cases they are honorary Justice of peace and havesame standing as some of the Magistrates. This is why theirsignatures on certain document are recognised. Therefore gazetted officer is an officer in Indian governmentservice whose signature is required for attesting certificatecopies & photograps of a person. The Indian government officials are classified into Class C,D,B andA. The Class C and D consist of Upperdivision and lowerdivisonclerks grade. Grade B and A belong to the class of officers whosetransfer, appointment, promotion and supperannuation is publishedon an yearly basis in the official gazatte.These officials belongto the managerial class of the government services and belong tothe policy formulation, policy implementation, personnel managementand the like. Such officers, among other functions have also intheir jurisdiction, the power to verify the documents for academicand other purposes Any catagory of persons who are listed in "Gazette of India" areGezetted. As simple as that..!! Governments categorise their employees from Class 1 to 4. Class 4: Unskilled or semiskilled. eg. Peon, attender, driver, gardener, Lans Naik, Naik etc Class 3: Semi skilled with no decision making authority. eg. Clerk, Head clerk, Assistant, Typist, Stenographer, Telephoneoperator, Havaldar, Havaldar major and NCOs, etc Class2: Officers with some supervisory/managerial role. eg. Section Officer, BDO, Tahsildar, Junior doctors, AssistantExecutive Engineer, Lecturers in Government colleges, Headmaster ofGovernment high schools, Junior Doctors in Government hospitals,2nd Lieutenant to Major, etc Class 1: Executive power vested officers,with decision makingpowers. All India services, though posted to states; promotees from statesto the cadre of Assistant Commissioner and above and to the cadreof All India services ; Police officers of Circle Inspector andabove; Additional District Civil surgeons, Executive Engineers andabove, District Medical Officer and above, Lt.Col. and above,Principals of Government colleges and above, Readers and above ofUniversities, etc. Nationalised bank officials are not gazetted officers but protocolranks exist. Among the powers and responsibilities of a Gazetted Officer, arethe certifications and authentification of photo copies etc. That'swhy we go to them for attesting our copies where they actually haveto see an original of that and certify that the copy is the actualcopy of the original as seen by them. ( Full Answer )
[This is a copy from another site] All India services, though posted to states; promotees from states to the cadre of Assistant Commissioner and above and to the cadre of All India services ; Police officers of Circle Inspector and above; Additional District Civil surgeons, Executive Engineers and …above, District Medical Officer and above, Indian Defence Tri-Services Lt(Indian Army) and equivalent,Indian Army Subedar and Subedar major(but not their equivalent in other services),Principals of Government colleges and above, Readers and above of Universities, etc. Nationalised bank officials are not gazetted officers but protocol ranks exist. Among the powers and responsibilities of a Gazetted Officer, are the certifications and authentification of photo copies etc. That's why we go to them for attesting our copies where they actually have to see an original of that and certify that the copy is the actual copy of the original as seen by them. ( Full Answer )
In Government of India, the posts are divided into two cadres, Gazetted (Section Officer, Under Secretary, Deputy Secretary, Joint Secretary, Additional Secretary & Secretary). This is the Officers cadre. The other one is Non-gazetted (Peon, Lower Division Clerk, Upper Division Clerk, Assistants). T…hese are clerical cadre. Gazetted Officers are recruited directly, through Indian Administrative Service (IAS), Indian Foreign Service (IFS) Indian Police Service (IPS ) & Indian Revenue Service (IRS) exams', conducted by UPSC. For others also UPSC conducts Clerical Grade & Assistant Grade exams'. Senior assistants having good performance records are sometime promoted Gazetted Cadre. Disciplinary procedures are same, but, Gazetted Officers have more power according to their post. There are Conduct Rules available in all offices with the administration in charge. There is also special tribunal for dealing government employees.. ( Full Answer )
no it was Gazetted till 99 bt there after it's non Gazetted now..........SDO is Gazetted From Dev Kumar
Gazetted officers are higher ranked public servants. Magistratesand judges are typically gazetted officers. There are three groupsof gazetted officers: group A, group B, and group C.
Yes! anybody with a post of a reader and above are gazetted officers according to http://www.indiastudychannel.com/resources/73515-Who-are-gazetted-officers-India.aspx
a first class gazatted officer is one whose posting and promotion areannounced through the Gazatte of India. It includes 1. IAS/IPS and other civil service cadres 2. Lt( Army )/Sub. Lt (Navy ) and Flt.Lt (Air force) and abovr These officers are vested with the power to attest documents
yes all doctors and dentists who got registered are gazetted . in other countries Like in America Dentists are not designated as Doctors.Meanwhile in India According to Indian Dental Association Dentists can use prefix Dr and they can give attestations
Class I or Group A (Gazetted) - Public servants in PB 3 (Rs.15600-39100 with Grade Pay 5400) & above. Members of http://www.answers.com/topic/all-india-services , though posted to states; State Government Services (selected through Public Service Commissions in States) or promoted public servants/… officers from states to the cadre of Assistant Commissioner or above and to the cadre of All India services; Professors/Associate Professors/Assistant Professors of Central and State Universities; Principal of http://www.answers.com/topic/government-degree-colleges-in-india , http://www.answers.com/topic/patent-examiner(Official Designation-Examiner of Patents and Designs), Additional District Civil surgeons, Assistant Executive Engineers(Selected through UPSC), Executive Engineers and above, District Medical Officer and above, Geologists of http://www.answers.com/topic/geological-survey-of-india and Indian Bureau of Mines etc. are Gazetted officers and have the authority to verify and attest documents. Class II or Group B (Gazetted) - Public servants in supervisory/administrative roles in PB 2 (Rs.9300-34800 with Grade Pay 4200) & above. Office Superintendents/Section Officers, BDO, http://www.answers.com/topic/tehsildar-1 , Junior Doctors in Government hospitals, TDO , Magistrate (SDM) and CO (police department),Income Tax Officer(ITO) etc. Class II or Group B (Non-Gazetted) - Public servants in limited administrative roles in PB 2 (Rs.9300-34800 with Grade Pay 4200) & below. Office Assistants, Senior Stenographer, Government School Teachers, Police Assistant Sub-Inspectors/Sub-Inspectors/Inspectors and Foreman(NG) etc. belong to Group B(Non-Gazetted)category of staff. Class III or Group C - Public servants in non-supervisory/non-administrative roles. Clerks, Head clerk, Assistants, Typist, Stenographer, Tax Assistant, Telephone operator and Assistant Central Intelligence Officer in Intelligence Bureau under Ministry of Home Affairs come under grade C non-ministerial,non-gazetted posts Class IV or Group D - Manual workers (skilled or semi-skilled) Peon, attender, gardener, driver etc. ( Full Answer )
A Police Officer, Govt. Doctor ,Govt. Lawyer, Principal of a Govt School or College etc are gazetted officer. This list is valid not only for West Bengal but for whole India.
Sure! The government rules also specify the upper limit of the caost for each pay band. it is allowed once in 3 years.
yes Vice princiapl enjoys very high status and he is the gazzeted officer and well opted person to attest the marksheets etc he is class a gzzted officer of very high status he enjoys and best person.
Pakistan armed forces commissioned officers, junior commissioned officers and officers holding grade 17 and above in government service are said to be the gazetted officer.
Panchayath Secretary post upgraded in to gazatted rank during 100 day programme of UDF Government this year
First class gazetted officers are supposed to be 24X7 hrs on duties hence not supposed to sign attendance register.
As the post of Principal in private college is gazetted in UGC so he is a gazetted officer
No, not at all even the CMD of a bank is not a gazetted officer.
By virtue of supervising the subordinate staff for whom an attendance register is maintained; as a token of verification the gazetted officers sign it at the end. No separate attendance is maintained for gazetted officers as such. T. Narayana Rao Welfare Officer (Retired) - Indian Audit & Accounts… Department, Hyderabad. firstname.lastname@example.org ( Full Answer )
According to Rule 8 (20) of Karnanataka Civil Services Rules "A Gazetted Government Servant' is one who is a member of an All India Service or State Civil Service, Class I or II or a person appointed in accordance with the terms of a contract oragreement and whose appointment is Gazetted by Governme…nt; ( Full Answer )
yes any one can be a Gazetted Officer it just takes 5min to make your HOD of your institution a Gazetted Officer.
No.The Indian Institutes of Technology ( IITs )are a group of fifteen autonomous prestigious engineering andtechnology-oriented institutes of higher education established anddeclared as Institutes of National Importance by the Parliament ofIndia.Only direct government collages facultys are gazet…tedofficer. ( Full Answer )
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THE ARMY ACT, 1952 ACT N O. XXXIX OF 1952 [13 th May , 1952] An Act to consolidate and amend the law relating to the Bangladesh Army. â£â¦â WHEREAS it is expedient to consolidate and amend the law relating to the Bangladesh Army; (9 ) "junior commission…ed officer" means a person commissioned, gazetted or in pay as a junior commissioned officer in the Bangladesh Army; (10) "non-commissioned officer" means a person attested under this Act who holds a non-commissioned rank in the Bangladesh Army and includes an active noncommissioned officer (12) "officer" means a person commissioned, gazetted or in pay as an officer of the Bangladesh Army and includes:- (i) an officer who being a citizen of Bangladesh holds a commission in Her Majesty's Land Forces, but does not include a junior commissioned officer; and (ii) in relation to a person subject to this Act when serving under such conditions as may be prescribed, an officer of the Bangladesh Navy and an officer of the Bangladesh Air Force; Junior commissioned officer ( JCO ) is a term describing a group of military ranks found in the Indian Army, Pakistan Army, Bangladesh Army and Nepal Army. Those soldiers holding JCO rank receive a commission from the President, During British rule, these officers were known as viceroy's commissioned officers (VCOs) except in Nepal, which was never a British colony. Under the British, there was a clear colonial context, the VCOs being the highest rank that most Indians could achieve while most full commissioned officers were British - a distinction which disappeared with Indian independence. Senior non-commissioned officers are promoted to JCO rank on the basis of merit and seniority, restricted by the number of vacancies. Junior commissioned officers are treated as a separate class, and hold many additional privileges. In the army, they have a separate mess (the JCOs' mess) / (the CPOs mess) / (the WOs mess), get well furnished family quarters, and are authorized to travel in AC II tier on the railways / Economy class in Airlines. With good pay and privileges, it is an ambition of most enlisted men to attain such rank. JCOs often serve as platoon leaders in an infantry company, with a major as company commander and a captain as second-in-command. Due to their long years of service, officers accord JCOs great respect and influence, especially in cases involving the enlisted ranks, their welfare and morale. Another custom religiously followed is that a JCO is never addressed using just his name or rank. The word saheb (master) is added as a suffix (e.g.: subedar saheb or saheb). It is said that even the president of India / president of Pakistan has to follow this tradition. The JCO ranks in the Indian Army / Pakistan Army (from highest to lowest) are: . Subedar-major (infantry and other arms) / risaldar-major (cavalry and armour) / subedar major . Subedar / risaldar / Subedar . Naib subedar / naib risaldar / naib subedar The JCO equivalent (or chief petty) ranks in the Indian Navy / Pakistan Navy are: . Master chief petty officer Class 1 / Master chief petty officer . Master chief petty officer Class 2 / Fleet chief petty officer . Chief petty officer The JCO equivalent (or warranted) ranks in the Indian Air Force/Pakistan Air Force are: . Master warrant officer / Chief warrant officer . Warrant officer . Junior warrant officer / Assistant warrant officer While the army JCOs receive a commission from the president, naval chief petty officer ranks and the air force warrant officer ranks receive a president warrant on promotion to the rank of chief petty officer and Junior Warrant Officer respectively. This is a certificate issued by the Commodore Bureau of Sailors or Air Marshal / AVM on behalf of the president of India / Pakistan to authenticate the promotion of a sailor to the chief rank, an air warrior to warrant rank as the CPO, MCPO II / FCPO, MCPO I / MCPO, JWO / AWO, WO, MWO / CWO ranks are classed as Junior Commissioned ranks. The warrant is made on pre-printed stationery written by hand. They are authorised to attested any legal documents/certificats. They can initiate arrest of any person who they seemed has violated the constitution.The status of class-II gagated Officer bestowed on them from the date of granted such rank irrespective they received President Warrant or not. Army JCOs, navy chief petty officers and air force warrant ranks (JWO to MWO) are group B officers with class II gazetted status. Army JCOs, navy chief petty officers and air force warrant officers & MWOs are authorised salutes (including rifle salutes if given by an armed soldier, sailor or air warrior) while Indian navy chief petty officers are not authorised any form of salute. NOTE: "chief petty officer" means a person commissioned, gazetted or in pay as junior commissioned officer in Pakistan Navy. ( Full Answer )
in my opinion YES. because his name is already involved in the Official Gazette and Govt has given him Stamp of his name. so if he is attesting any documents than he wont attest without original.
Gazetted Officer is a higher level ranked public servant . Authority for a gazetted officer to issue an official stamp comes from the President of India or governors of states or union territories. In India , " Gazette " is published on regular bases by The eGazette of India . It is …an official central government or state government publication (also called " Gazette ") which publishes the appointment or promotions of certain government officials . Class I or Group A (Gazetted) Example - Central and State Governments Employee with Group A service rules; Chief secretory to Naib Tahsildar (In state Level Administration), Inspector general to D.S.P. or A.C.P (In state Police) Vice-Chancellor to Assistant Professor or Assistant registrar (In State and Central Universities) Principals of College, Doctors and chief pharmacist(State medical service), Engineers (State or central services), Magistrate and above in judicial services. Class II or Group B (Gazetted) Example - Section Officers, Junior officer and subordinate officer of Class I, Central Excise Superintendent (Group-B Executive), Principal of Government Schools, Senior Pharmacist, Income Tax Officer Assistant Accounts Officer,Accounts Officer,Senior Accounts Officers of Indian P&T Accounts and Finance Service Group B Gazetted.etc. Class II or Group B (Non-Gazetted) Example - Office Assistants, Senior Stenographer, Government School Teachers, Police Inspectors/Sub-Inspectors and Foreman,Central Excise and Custom Inspector, Junior Pharmacist,Junior Engineers etc. Class III or Group C - Public servants in non-supervisory/non-administrative roles. Example - Head clerks, Clerks, Assistants, Typist, Stenographer, Tax Assistants, Telephone operator etc. Class IV or Group D - Manual workers (skilled or semi-skilled) Example - Peon, attender, gardener, driver etc . ( Full Answer )
Notary of India All chief justice magistrates in practice IPS\ IAS in service (higher rank)
since there is not a separate notice for their appointments PSU manager is not a gazetted officer.
Organisation . Gazetted Officer . Educational Insitutes . Lecturer in a Govt. College (1) . Prinicipal of a Govt. College (1) . Head Master of a Govt. School . Readers in a Govt. University . Librarians of Govt. Libraries . Defence . Technical Officer . Police . Addl. Commission…er or Deputy Superintendent and above (3 stars and above) Refer to this page to identify a gazetted police officer by his shoulder insignia.. Medical Officers . District Medical Officer and above (Eg: District Malaria Officer) . Director / Jt. Director / Asst. Director of a Govt. Health Institute . Administrative / Executive Officers . Tahsildar . (Railway Station Master - not verified) . Collector . Scientific Officers . Director / Jt. Director / Asst. Director of a Govt. Research Institute . Scientists of DRDO / NPL / BARC . Jr. Works Managers and above (Group 'B' Gazetted Officers) Ordinance Factory . Municipality . Municipal Commissioner . ( Full Answer )
Public Servants who belong to Gazetted Officers in Uttar Pradesh, India Group A: Assistant Professors (grade Pay 6,000 Rs. and 7,000 Rs) / Associate Professors (grade Pay 8,000 Rs. and more) Principals of Government Degree/PG Colleges only (equivalent grade Pay 10,000 Rs.) as per state servi…ce rules/higher education rules of UP. Group B: PCS (Who's Grade Pay is more or above than 6,600 Rs. are belongs to Group A), CMO (Medical Officer), PPS (Who's Grade Pay is more or above than 6,600 Rs.), PCS (J) etc. Group C: Lower PCS, SHO and other i.e. gram vikas officers (recent government notification, 2012) It must be noted that only Professors/Officers (Assistant/ Associate/ Professors) and Principal (who is promoted from Associate Professors) of Government Degree Colleges are directly belong to Group A (Class I) service in states selected through UPPSC. Other officers i. e (PCS, PPS, PCS-J) are recruited in Group B (Class II) and get promoted in Group A after availing 6,600 Rs. grade pay, i.e. 6th Pay Commission). And, it is better to contact group A and B public servants for certification/ verifications. ( Full Answer )
The government of West Bengal abolished the system of classification of employees into Gazetted, Non-Gazetted and Fourth Grade Services vide GO No. 10606-F dated 25.09.1978 and grouping of services introduced. For more details visit the related links.
gazette is the name of indian government news paper those officers which are listed in this news paper only they are known as gazetted officers
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The list of 1st class Gazetted officers in India is not availableonline. You will need to contact the department to get a list ofthe officers.
Yes absolutely.My father was an Asst.Public Prosecutor and he was a gazetted officer.He used attest tons of documents every now and then.
No, it can never be treated as gazetted officer. There are many reasons and facts behind these like MLA are elected irrespective of their education qualification where as gazetted officers are selected for different purposes by keeping their educational qualification in mind, MLA are elected for def…inite period whereas gazetted officers are promoted year after year according to their work efficiency and so on. ( Full Answer )
Yes,a medical officer is a gazetted officer, if employed on a gazetted post the state or central govt. The gazette is an official document published by government of India on orders of President of India to award Gazetted post to officers.
minimum qualification is simple graduation. Moreover, you have to clear that exam for the post of gazetted officer.