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Prasad GLN

This forum is dedicated for guiding citizens in seeking information from public authorities under RTI Act.

Members can not guide as to whether original mark sheets  have to be kept as security by the employer is legal or not.  It is all mutual understanding between employer and employee.  The employee may willingly provide them for verification of credentials.  If the employee is not willing he need not submit those documents.  No one can force an employee to submit such  certificates as security.  Such qualification certificates  are meant for verification process only.  Employee may question such legality  with such employer or offer security deposit as per the rules.

Both employer and employee has such issues.  Employee may jump into other oganization after gaining experience and learning the work and deriving maximum benefits, and employer continues to always recruit freshers  periodically and making that organisation a Training institute, as he can not afford to pay such salaries as his competitors.  Employees after learning work and gaining experience always tries to get more salary and jump at the earliest opportunity.  Both are justified in their stand.

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