The Board may appoint such officers and employees as it may consider necessary for the efficient performance of its functions.
The pay and other conditions of service of the officers and employees of the Board shall be such as may be laid down by regulations made in this behalf.
Unless expressly provided to the contrary under this Act or rules made thereunder and subject to the provisions of section 46, the terms & conditions of service and the rules regulations applicable to Govt. employees, and by the orders and decisions issued by the Central Govt. from time to time.
Discipline of officers and employees of the Board
The service rules as prescribed under the Central Civil Service (Control) rules, 1964 and by the Central Civil Service (Classification Control and Appeal) rules, 1965 shall apply, mutates mutandis, to every officer and employee of the Board.
Consult - ation with Union Public Service Commission
No appointment to any post above the rank of Assistant Engineer shall be made except in consultation with the Union Public Service Commission (hereinafter referred to as "the Commission") Provided that no such consultation with the Commission shall be necessary in regard to the selection for appointment of any person.
In a temporary capacity for a period not-exceeding one year;
To a post when at the time of such appointment a person to be appointed thereto possesses the qualifications prescribed for such post and is in the service of the Central Government or of the Government in the same or a higher scale of pay.
Power of the Commission to make regulations and reference to the Central Government in case of difference between the Commission and the Coard
The commission may make regulations for the following matters namely: -
The procedure to be followed by the Commission in advertising posts, inviting applications, scrutinizing the same and selecting candidates for interview.
The procedure to be followed by the Commission for selecting candidates for appointment and by the Board for consultation with the Commission.
Any other matter which is incidental to, or necessary for, the purpose of consultation with the Commission,
In the case of any difference of opinion between the commission and the Board on any matter, the Board shall refer the matter to the Central Government and the decision of the Central Government thereon shall be final.