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For the resolution of disagreements regarding the appointment of individuals to public offices and services in connection with the affairs of the Union or other local governments within the territory of India or under the control of the Government of India, as well as for matters related thereto, the Central Administrative Tribunal has been established.

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The CAT was established in accordance with the 1976 amendment to the Indian Constitution, Article 323A, which grants the Parliament the authority to create tribunals to handle complaints and disputes relating to hiring practices and employment terms for those appointed to positions with the Union of India.

As a result, the Parliament approved the Administrative Tribunals Act in 1985. In accordance with the Act, administrative tribunals were formed in Delhi, Mumbai, Calcutta, and Allahabad in 1985. Today, wherever a High Court's seat is located in the nation, there are 17 Benches of the Tribunal and 33 Division Benches.

The Indian government has given 45 additional organizations notice in order to put them within the Central Administrative Tribunal's purview in addition to Central Government employees. However, paramilitary personnel, Union military personnel, officers and employees of the Supreme Court, as well as individuals appointed to the Secretariat Staff of either House of Parliament or the Secretariat Staff of State/Union, are exempt from the provisions of the Administrative Tribunals Act of 1985.

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