LEAVE RULES

EARNED LEAVE

20. A non-permanent Government Servant -

(a). At the rate of one-eleventh of the period spent on duty, if he is a probationer,

(b). At the rate of one-eleventh of the period spent on duty, if he is employed in the x-ray or Radium Departments of Government Medical Institution or employed as a Medical Officer in a Government Tuberculosis Institution, or Sanatorium or in the Tuberculosis Department of a Government Hospital; and

(c). At the rate of one-twenty second of the period spent on duty, in other cases.

Provided that a person coming under sub-clause (a) school cease to earn leave when he has to his credit such leave amounting to 120 or 150 days, as the case may be, upto 31st May, 1964 and to 180 days from 1st June, 1964 and a person coming under sub-clause (b) or (c) above, shall cease to earn leave when he has to his credit such leave amounting to 30 days.

(G.O.Ms.No. 11710/184/F.R1/68-1 dated. 03-09-1968)

Note: Government servants referred to in rule 20 (i) who are probationers and fall under rule 20(i)(a) shall be entitled to avail compulsory leave for one month at the expiry of the period of every 11th month of duty as a probationer in the Departments and Institutions mentioned in the said rule. Their earned leave shall, for each period of compulsory leave of one month granted to them every year, be reduced by 15 days.

(G.O.Ms.No. 249 Fin., Dated. 13-12-1967)

(i). If he is in the last grade service, earns leave at the rate of one-twenty second of the period spent on duty, provided that he shall cease to earn leave while he has to his credit such leave amounting to 50 days, or 30 days, as the case may be, according as he is an approved probationer or not.

(G.O.Ms.No. 344 Fin. Dated: 28-05-1955)

Note 1: If a non-permanent Government servant is superior service is in a vacation department his earned leave shall be reduced by fifteen days for each year of duty in which he as availed himself of the vacation. If a part only of the vacation has been taken in any year, the period by which the earned leave shall be reduced shall be a fraction of fifteen days equal to the proportion which the part of the vacation taken bears to the full period of

the vacation. Earned leave is not, however, admissible a last grade Government servant in vacation department, who is not in permanent employ.

Note 2: A member of the operation subordinate service or construction subordinate service, when appointed to a post in the state cadre on probation or under emergency provisions shall earn leave at the rate of one-eleventh of the period spent on duty.

(G.O.Ms.No. 1907 Fin date 31-07-1960

RULING:

When a Government servant is appointed temporarily in the first instance and placed on probation at a subsequent date with retrospective effect, his leave account shall be recast with effect from the date of retrospective regularization of his service, but the leave already availed of between that date and the date of issue of orders regarding placing him on probation with retrospective effect (or the date of return from leave, if he was on leave on the latter date) shall not be altered in any manner and any additional leave that becomes due as result of recasting of the leave account shall be availed of only after the latter date.

(G.O.Ms.No. 250 Fin. dated. 13-12-1967.)

21. The amount of leave due is the amount of earned leave diminished by

(a). The amount of earned leave which has been taken; and

(b). One-half of the amount of special disability leave taken on full pay under Fundamental rule 83 (7)(b).

22. The maximum amount of earned leave that may be granted at a time to a temporary Government servant shall be: -

(a). 120 days if he is a probationer is superior service:

(b). 50 days if he is a probationer in last grade service: and

(c). 30 days in other cases.

22-A. Vacation may be availed of in combination with or in continuation of any kind of leave admissible under these rules:

Provided that the total duration of vacation and earned leave taken in conjunction, whether such earned leave is taken in combination with or in continuation of other leave or not, shall not exceed the limit prescribed in rule 22(a) or (b) or (c) as the case may be

Provided further that the total duration of vacation, earned leave and half pay leave commuted on medical certificate and/or half pay leave shall not exceed 180 days.

(G.O.Ms.No.143, Fin., Dated 1.6.1968, Govt., Memo. No.

17182/467/F.RI/66-B, Dated 12.8.1968)

HALF PAY LEAVE

23.(a) (i) A temporary Government servant in superior service/last grade service is entitled to half pay leave at the rate of 20 days for each completed year of service.

He may avail this leave only on medial certificate and after 20 years of service/One year of service.

He may commute half the amount of half pay leave due, on medical certificate, when commuted leave is granted, twice the amount of such leave shall be debited against the half pay leave due.

The total duration of earned leave and commuted leave taken in conjuction shall not exceed 180 days.

Provided that no commuted leave may be granted under this rule unless the authority competent to sanction leave has reason to believe that the Government servant will return to duty on its expiry.

Note: When commuted leave is granted and when he intends to retire of resign subsequently, the commuted leave should be converted to half pay leave and the difference between the leave salary in respect of commuted leave and half pay leave should be recovered from him. An undertaking should, therefore, be taken from the Government servant whenever commuted leave is sanctioned to him. In call cases of resignation and voluntary retirement refund of excess leave salary should be enforced, while in cases where retirements is compulsorily thrust upon him by reasons of ill-health incapacitating him from further service, no refund should be enforced.

(G.O.Ms.No. 143 Finance, dated: 01-06-1968)

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