There is more number of service matters which provides service to the general public. ACRs, Judicial Review: Of an administrative Order, Limitations, Leave Rules, Major Penalty, Minor penalty, Misappropriation, Natural Justice, Under Administrative Tribunals Act, 1985- To Be Filed Before Central Administrative Tribunal [CAT], Pension, Sexual Harassment, Simultaneous Proceedings, Suspension, Termination(Termination Simplicitor- Without Inquiry & prior notice), Transfer of An Employee, Unauthorized Absence, Unconditional Apology, Voluntary Retirement [VRS], etc.... this are all classification of service matter.
CENTRAL ADMINISTRATIVE TRIBUNAL
This tribunal was established to adjudicate dispute relating to recruitment and conditions of service of appointed person for public service and the position connected with the union or local authorities within India or any organisation owned and controlled by Indian Government. This tribunal was set up with the pursuance of the amendment of Article 323A of Indian Constitution. The Administrative Tribunal Act, 1985 was enacted to authorise Central government to establish central administrative tribunal and the state administrative tribunal. Part XIV-A of the constitution speaks about the tribunal. The principal bench is in
Delhi and there are 4 circuit benches and 17 regular benches all over India. CAT has the jurisdiction over any member of All-India Service, a person appointed for any civil service of union or under union, a civilian appointed for defence service or the post is connected with defence. The CAT does not have any jurisdiction over the member of the defence forces, staff of the SC and the secretarial staff of Parliament. The CAT consists of a chairman, vice- chairman and other members appointed by president. Their term of office is 5 years or 65 yrs for chairman and vice-chairman and 62 yrs for other members whichever is earlier. The
members should be from judicial or administrative field. Any member can resign in between his term of office to President. The powers vested in CAT are same as civil court but CAT is not bound to follow any procedure law and is guided by the principles of natural justice. An
application to the tribunal can be made in person or with the help of legal practitioner. The appeal should go to High Court not to the Supreme Court.