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Sunday, February 22, 2015


What are the essential ingredients of a charge-sheet?

The framing of charge-sheet being the first necessity for departmental inquiry/disciplinary action. A charge-sheet must be precise, specific and must set out all the necessary particulars. There is no prescribed form for a charge-sheet. The object of charge-sheet is to give the employee the exact data of the misconduct committed by him so that he may submit his explanation in his defence. Ordinarily, a charge-sheet would indicate the proposed punishment but there is no hard and fast rule about it. The only requirement of a charge-sheet is that it must be drawn in clear and unambiguous language indicating charges levelled against the employee concerned and all other necessary particulars specifically and precisely.

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Keshav Ram Singhal


IO = Inquiry Officer / Enquiry Officer / Inquiring Authority
PO = Presenting Officer
DR = Defence Representative
CE = Charged Employee / Charged Officer
DA = Disciplinary Authority
AA = Appellate Authority

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