18th July 2012 From India , Delhi
30th September 2012 From India , Delhi
In deed, your post has a great value, but has no relevane to the query of the querist.
You would like to appreciate, if a consultant is given a regular job like a regular employee even after superannuation that is just an abuse of powers of the authority as well as the Government rules, while as a consultant, he has no authority to issue directions to the regular employees. Virtually, a consultant is meant to assist the existing and unexperienced employees with his consultation to do a job rightly and according to rules and procedure. In my last reply, I asked for a clarification from the querist, but he never bothered to reply, as if he is no more interested in getting the desired information.
1st October 2012 From India , Delhi
2nd October 2012 From India, Delhi
It is a normal practice in many PSU's to appoint persons as "Consultants" after their superannuation. Normally such appointments are made with the approval of Board of Directors or by the appointing authority who has the delegation. The objective is to make use of the expertise of a person in any specific area. The consultant is entitled to an honorarium or a consultancy fee pro-rata based on attendance. A proper delegation of authority is given in favour of the consultant. The engagement of a Consultant is for a specific period.
31st July 2014 From India , Nagpur