First (I) Efficiency Bar Examination for Labour Officers - 2019

As per the scheme of recruitment for the service Category of field/ office based, segment 2 of the Department of Labour,which approved on 26.09.2013, the first efficiency bar examination should be passed before lapse of 3 years after recruitment to the post of Labour officer - Grade II.

02. Accordingly, First (I) Efficiency Bar Examinations for labour officersrelevant to year 2019 have been planned to be conducted through National Institute of Labour Studies, in April2019.

03. A Copy of the application calling notification and a copy of the specimen application form issued in this regard are sending herewith.

04. Please make aware all the labour officers in your Division/Zone/Office in this regard. Duly filled applications with therecommendation of applicant’s immediate supervisory officer on para No 08, should be submitted to me on or before 19.03.2019

05. Examination fee will be charged as follows from all the candidates except those who apply the examination for the first time.

  • For one subject - Rs. 300/-
  • For more than one subject - Rs. 500/-

06. Payment of examination fee

Examination fee should, before closing date of applications, be credited to account No. 0071451995 of Bank of Ceylon at Pelawattabranch, held by the name of DirectorGeneral - National Instituteof Labour Studies. The Cash receipt obtained for payment examination fee should be firmly pasted on the specified place on the application.


Specimen application Form

It has been planned to be held First Efficiency Bar Examination for Labour Officers through National Institute of Labour Studies, by Commissioner General of Labour, in April 2019.

  1. Examination Procedure
  2. First (I) Efficiency Bar Examination (For Officers in Grade II)

1.1.1. Description on the Examination

Question Paper

Duration

Maximum Marks

Pass Mark

Labour Laws

Two question papers –

03 hours for each paper

100

40

Procedural Rules of Public Service Commission, Provisions in Establishments Code and Financial Regulations

03 hours

100

40

1.1.2. Syllabus

Subjects

Syllabus

Duration

(i) Labour Laws

Labour Laws - I

1) Employees provident fund Act No 15 Of 1958.

2) Payment of Gratuity Act No:12 Of 1983.

3) Termination of Employment Act No : 45 Of 1971.

4) Industrial Disputes Act No:43 of 1950

03 Hours

Labour Laws - II

Based on all the Other Labour Acts and Ordinances, whicharenot mentioned above.

03 Hours

(2) Procedural Rules of Public Service Commission, Provisions in Establishments Code and Financial Regulations

Procedural Rules of Public Service Commission, Provisions in Establishments Code

Based on the ChaptersI, II, III, IV, VII, VIII, XII, XIII, XIV, XIX, XXIV, XLVII,andXLVIIIin the Establishments code and procedural rules of Public Service Commission volume - 1 which published in the Gazette of 20.02.2009

Financial Regulations

Accounting officer - F.R.R 124,125,127,128 and 135

Receipt of public money - F R chapter iv

Security of public money etc. - F R chapter vi

03 Hours

  • Minimum of 40% marks should be obtained to pass each subject.

02. Forwarding of Application.

Applicants who wish to appear for this Examination should prepare the application form according to the specimen application form appended at the end of this notification, using both sides of A4size paper in such a manner that para Nos-01-05 on one side and remainingparas on the other side.The application form so prepared should, with the recommendation ofthe immediate supervisory officer, be forwarded to reach The Commissioner General of Labour on or before 19.03.2019. The term“First(I) Efficiency Bar Examination for Labour officers –2019” should be indicated on the top left hand corner of the envelope containing the application. Applications received after that date will berejected.

03. Examination fee

Examination fee will be charged as follows from all the other candidates except those who appear the examination for the first time.

  • For one subject Rs. 300/-
  • For more than one subject Rs. 500/-

04.Payment of Examination Fee.

Examination fee should, before closing date of applications, be credited to Account No.0071451995 of Bank of Ceylon at Pelawatta branch,held by the name of Director General, National Institute of Labour Studies. The cash receipt obtained for payment of examination fee should be firmly pasted on the specified place on the application. (Keeping a photocopy of the cash receipt with the candidate would be useful.)

05. Qualifications to appear for examination

Having read the notification carefully, you should submit the completed application on or before the due date. Applications, which do not conform,to the requirements of this notification will be rejected.

06.Admission to the Examination and issuance of Admission cards.

The National Institute of Labour Studies will issue Admission Cards and time tables to all the applicants who have fulfilled the qualifications.

07. No any travelling expenses, combined allowance or settling- in allowance will be paid for coming to appear for the examination.

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