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Section 5 – Coir Board General Provident Fund Bye-Laws,1977

Coir Board General Provident Fund Bye-Laws,1977

5. Conditions of eligibility.

All temporary servants of the Board after a continuous service of one year and all permanent servants of the Board, other than those who retain the Board’s Contributory Provident Fund benefits under the provisions of bye-law 18(3) of the Coir Board (Transaction of Business, Conditions of Service of Employees and Maintenance of Accounts) Bye-laws,1955 and re-employed pensioners, shall subscribe to the fund.

Re-employed pensioners may, at their option, subscribe to the General Provident Fund.

Note 1.- Apprentices and Probationers shall be treated as temporary Board servants for the purpose of this bye-law.

Note 2.-A temporary Board’s servant who completes one year of continuous service during the middle of a month shall subscribe to the Fund from the subsequent month.

Note 3.-In the ease of persons transferred to temporary posts under the Board from service under a Corporate Body owned or controlled by Government, the service under the Corporate Body should be treated as service under the Board for the purpose of this bye-law and the person concerned should be permitted to subscribe to the Fund immediately on his joining Board’s service, if he has already completed one year’s service under that Body.

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