The Controller General of Defence Accounts has issued a circular to all relevant parties regarding the revision of Rule 6 of SAS Rules 2019. The amendment concerns the limitation of the number of chances that candidates have to appear in the SAS Part I and Part II Examination, which will now be conducted on a Computer Based Test (CBT). The circular clarifies that only those candidates who pass the SAS Part I examination will be allowed to sit for the SAS Part II examination. The circular urges all concerned parties to circulate the information widely.
Revision of Rule 6 of SAS Rules 2019: Restriction of number of chances to appear in SAS part I and Part II Examination to be conducted on Computer Based Test
Controller General of Defence Accounts
CENTRAD, BRAR SQUARE, DELHI CANTT-10
NO. AN/SAS/16200/ORDERs/2022/VOL XII
All PCsDA, including Principal IFAs
All Controllers of Defence Accounts, including IFAs/RTCs
The Principal Controller of Accounts (Fys), Kolkata
Subject: Revision of Rule 6 of SAS Rules 2019: Restriction of number of chances to appear in SAS part I and Part Il Examination to be conducted on Computer Based Test (CBT)
Reference: HQrs. Office Most Important Circular No. AN /SAS/16200/Restructuring/ 2019 dated 22.03.2019
Reference is invited to HQrs. Office Most Important Circular cited under reference regarding restructuring of SAS Examination (Computer Based Test) and notification of SAS Rules 2019 enclosed as Annexure “A”.
- As per approval accorded by the Competent Authority following amendment in Rule 6 of SAS Rules 2019 regarding number of chances for appearing in SAS Examination may be carried out :-
|Existing Rule 6 of SAS Rules 2019||Amended Rule 6 of SAS Rules of 2019|
|There is no restriction for candidates for appearing in the SAS Part-l and SAS Part-II Examination. Only those who pass Part-I, will be allowed to appear in Part-II of the examination.||Candidates appearing for the SAS Part-I Examination are eligible to sit for the examination upto a maximum of four occasions. Similarly, candidates appearing for the SAS Part-II examination are eligible to sit for the examination upto a maximum of four occasions. Additional chances may, however, be permitted by the CGDA as per merit of each case.|
- Further, it is clarified that in term of Rule 2 of SAS Rules 2019, only those candidates who qualify the SAS Part-1 examination will appear in SAS Part-II examination.
- This may widely be circulated to all concerned.