Last Date:30 Sep,2019
Comptroller and Auditor General of India (CAG)
CAG aka The Comptroller and Auditor General of India, New Delhi invites Sarkari Job Application for the post of 182 Auditor/Accountant & Clerk against Sports Quota through Open Advertisement. Apply before within 30 days from the date of publication of this advertisement. CAG Recruitment Qualification/ eligibility conditions, how to apply & other rules are given below… Official Website is www.cag.gov.in
Name of the post – Clerk & Accountant
No of post – 182
Pay Scale – Level -2, 5
12th class or equivalent qualification from a recognised Board or University / Bachelor’s Degree of a recognised University.
General Information:latest karnataka govt jobs
- Indian Audit and Accounts Department (IA&AD) invites applications from Indian Nationals for filling up the Group ‘C’ Posts of Auditor/Accountant/Clerk against Sports Quota through Open Advertisement for the year 2019. Recruitment will be made in the Games/Sports of Cricket (Men), Football (Men), Hockey (Men), Badminton (Men and Women) and Table Tennis (Men and Women). The closing date for receipt of applications is 30 days from the date of publication of this advertisement.
- Sportspersons who have represented a State or the Country in a National (Senior/Junior Category) or International competitions (Senior/Junior Category) in any Game/Sports mentioned at serial
number 1 above. or
- Sportspersons who have represented their University in All India Inter‐University Tournaments conducted by the Inter‐University Sports Board in any Game/Sports mentioned at serial number 1 above.
- Auditor/Accountant: Level 5 in the Pay Matrix (Pre‐revised Pay in the Pay Band Rs. 5200‐20200 with Grade Pay Rs 2800/‐)
- Clerk: Level 2 in the Pay Matrix (Pre‐revised Pay in the Pay Band Rs. 5200‐20200 with Grade Pay Rs 1900/‐)
- Auditor/Accountant: Bachelor’s Degree of a recognised University.
- Clerk: 12th class or equivalent qualification from a recognised Board or University. The persons selected for the post of Clerk will have to qualify the Typing Test after appointment. The persons selected for the post of Auditor/Accountant will have to qualify the Departmental Confirmatory Test for Auditor/Accountant within two years from the date of their appointment. Failure to pass the typing test (for clerk) and confirmatory test (for Auditor/ Accountant) will render the Clerk/Auditor/Accountant, as the case may be, liable for discharge from service.
- The upper age limit for the posts of Auditor/Accountant/Clerk is relaxable for Government Employees as per extant Government orders.
- Categories of sportspersons specified in Para 2 above may be allowed relaxation of upper age limit upto a maximum of 5 years (10 years in the case of SC/ST and 8 years in the case of OBC). This concession is admissible to those Sportspersons who satisfy all other eligibility conditions relating to education qualifications etc.
- Applicants applying for both the posts of Auditor/Accountant and Clerk should submit separate application for the posts. Applications may be made in the prescribed format (Form‐A) on plain paper affixing their recent passport size photograph, duly filled in to the concerned Nodal Office mentioned in Column number‐2 of Tables in Para 1. The application should be accompanied by attested copies of certificates in support of age, educational qualification, sports certificate and certificate of SC/ST/OBC where applicable. Applicants shall be required to send copies of certificates awarded by the authorities mentioned in Annexure‐IV (Forms 1, 2 and 3) in response to the advertisement at the time of submitting the application or otherwise, during field trials. In case of candidate, failing to do so, her/his candidature will be treated as cancelled without any further appeal/assigning any reason thereof. All candidates shall also give an undertaking in the format specified in Annexure‐V on the genuineness of certificates furnished by them. Persons already in Government service should send their application through proper channel.
- The selection process shall be carried out by the concerned Nodal Office with the help of a Selection Committee constituted for the purpose. All applications and certificates shall be scrutinised and the list of eligible applicants shall be prepared by the Nodal Offices. Final selection will be done on the basis of field trial marks and marks awarded for sports certificates (participation and achievements).
- Only those applicants who fulfil the eligibility criteria as mentioned in Para‐2 shall be called for the field trial(s). Ranking of any candidate given by the respective Federation/Association will not be taken into consideration for recruitment or for seniority.
- Award of Marks for certificates shall be based on production of originals for all certificates. Certificates for which originals are not produced on the day of field trial shall be summarily rejected and not considered. Award of marks for certificates shall be as per Annexure‐VI (i and ii). For calculation of last five years of participation, the just concluded calendar year i.e. 2018 will be
treated as the first year.
- Field trials of the candidates will be conducted to assess their sports performance and suitability for IA&AD Team. Field Trials would consist of Fitness and Skill Tests.
- Fitness Test: During field trials, Fitness Test will be conducted first. The Selection Committee will conduct the Fitness Test and adjudge the candidates and award the marks as per Annexure‐VII (i to v). If any candidate secures less than 40% marks in Fitness Test, she/he will not be considered for the skill Test.
- During the Skill Test performance of the candidates will be adjudged separately and marks will be awarded as per Annexure‐VII (vi to ix).
- All persons appointed against sports quota shall be under probation for a period of two years from the date of appointment. Before completion of probation, the performance of the sportspersons
shall be reviewed. If the performance of the person recruited under sports quota is considered unsatisfactory, her/his probation shall be extended for a maximum of two years, and the person will have to improve her/his performance to get confirmed. If even after the extended probation, the performance is found unsatisfactory, then normal procedure for removal from service shall be followed.
- This article is about Comptroller and Auditor General of India. For similar title in other jurisdictions, see Comptroller and Auditor General.
- The Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) of India is an authority, established by Article 148 of the Constitution of India, which audits all receipts and expenditure of the Government of India and the state governments, including those of bodies and authorities substantially financed by the government. The CAG is also the external auditor of Government-owned corporations and conducts supplementary audit of government companies, i.e., any non-banking/ non-insurance company in which Union Government has an equity share of at least 51 per cent or subsidiary companies of existing government companies. The reports of the CAG are taken into consideration by the Public Accounts Committees (PACs) and Committees on Public Undertakings (COPUs), which are special committees in the Parliament of India and the state legislatures. The CAG is also the head of the Indian Audit and Accounts Department, the affairs of which are managed by officers of Indian Audit and Accounts Service, and has over 58,000 employees across the country.
- The CAG is mentioned in the Constitution of India under Article 148 – 151.
- The CAG is ranked 9th and enjoys the same status as a judge of Supreme Court of India in Indian order of precedence. The current CAG of India is Rajiv Mehrishi, who assumed office on 25 September 2017. He is the 13th CAG of India.
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