The order asks the Treasuries Director to exhibit notices in all treasuries that the scheme is mandatory.
A total of 41 cases, involving these officers, are pending sanction of prosecution from government departments, according to the latest data by the CVC.
He was addressing a gathering during the 10th State level Convention of the Karnataka State Veerashaiva-Lingayat Employees Welfare Association.
The court observed the strike in question was not a legally permissible one.
Government employees, especially those unable to leave their children alone at home, have welcomed the move.
The employees are protesting against the state's new pension scheme under which the share of the government has been raised from 10 per cent to 14 per cent.
The Uttarakhand government indicated that it is likely to accept most of the demands of its striking employees who have gone on mass leave.
Around 5.30 pm, the association members announced in a press conference that they would be returning to work from tomorrow.
Vellore reported 77 per cent absence of teachers at elementary schools and 35 per cent in high schools and higher secondary schools while the figures for Tiruvannamalai are 73 per cent and 51 per cent
Striking teachers, employees lock horns with Tamil Nadu government; Monday turns crucial for both sides
The State government has come out with a statement, widely propagated, explaining its position regarding the demands made by the teachers and government employees.
Almost a fourth of government staff did not report for work on Wednesday, said a senior government official.
The protesters staged road blockade at Tiruvannamalai, Cheyyar, Kilpennathur, Arni, Thandrampet, Chengam, Kalasapakkam, Polur, Vembakkam, Vandavasi, Chetpet, Jamunamarathur.
Elementary schools across the State remained shut as a majority of the participants were teachers, particularly those teaching kindergarten, class 1 and 2.
Government schools are likely to be shut from January 22 as teachers from 57 different associations will take part in the agitation.
Speaking to reporters later, Srinivas Goud and Mamatha said that they wanted the PRC chairman to recommend 53 per cent fitment to government employees.