LEAVE RULES FAQ
01. Time limit for
availing Paternity Leave.
02. LND can be
sanctioned even if Earned Leave is at credit.
03. LND can be
availed even if Earned Leave is at credit.
04. LND cannot
be adjusted against the future credit of EL.
Casual Leave no other kind of leave can be granted for half day.
period of CL can be availed continuously in the consecutive years.
of CL and RH in two successive years permissible.
of CL with regular leave, not allowed.
Holidays can be combined/sandwiched between casual and closed holidays.
Holiday can be prefixed/suffixed to any regular leave.
Holiday can be suffixed/prefixed to any kind of leave.
Casual Leave cannot be sandwiched between two spells of leave.
Casual Leave for Family Planning operation is to be availed following the date
Casual Leave is not admissible for tubectomy operation undergone during
calculating Special CL, intervening holidays will also be taken into account.
calculating Special Casual Leave for undergoing for family planning, intervening
Certificate not required for availing Maternity Leave.
Leave to a female Govt. Servant who married a widower having two surviving
leave can be granted from the date of its commencement and need not necessarily
with relevance to delivery.
20. 45 days
Maternity leave on account of abortion/miscarriage admissible in the entire
service can be
availed on more than one occasion.
of maternity leave if married a widower having two surviving children.
22. No Maternity
Leave to a widow having more than two surviving children and remarried later.
23. How many
times the Maternity Leave could be availed?
Leave for miscarriage/abortion taken prior to 16-6-1994 not to be taken into
25. Leave in
continuation of maternity leave in the case of temporary employees.
children does not include step child for eligibility of Maternity Leave.
Leave to commence from the date of confinement at the latest.
Leave cannot commence after vacation when confinement was during vacation.
Leave cannot be availed in installments.
30. If the
fitness certificate issued by the Doctor happens to be a holiday, that date
deemed to have been
suffixed to regular leave.
31. MC need not
necessarily be signed by the doctor on the date the Govt. servant fell ill.
32. MC and FC
not necessary from the same Doctor.
nominated by CG local Co-ordination Committees can also issue medical
Group “A” officers.
34. Dies non’
period will not qualify for leave, increment and pension.
35. Period of
leave already sanctioned cannot be treated as `Dies-non’ subsequently.
36. Transfer of
leave from one organization to another, on permanent absorption is not
37. Treatment of
EL at credit on appointment from one Deptt to another after tendering technical
38. Fraction of
a day should be rounded off when crediting the EL.
39. One who
joins on the afternoon of the first day of a month is not entitled to EL for
40. Official has
to join duty at the beginning of working hours of the office on expiry of
41. Leave once
sanctioned/regularized by the competent authority, cannot be questioned/reviewed
any other authority.
of leave is at the sole discretion of leave sanctioning authority.
43. Study leave
can be availed in different spells and can be combined with other kinds of
of leave to be regulated as per CCS(Leave) Rules, 1972.
of period of overstayal of leave.
encashment on the death of a Govt.Servant.
47. No bar to
pay Leave Salary advance for the month of March.
48. Date of retirement
on medical grounds.
encashment not admissible on dismissal.
of pay for the period of absence.
51. Drawal of
increment falling due during holidays prefixed to EL.
52. Drawal of
increment during Holidays suffixed to EL.
falling during Casual Leave, to be drawn.
holidays to regular leave.
55. Denial of
prefixing/ suffixing of holidays for DDOs.
and Suffixing of Sunday/holidays not permissible while availing leave in
cannot be sandwiched between leave and Joining Time.
Go to: PAY AND ALLOWANCES FAQ;
TRAVELLING ALLOWANCES FAQ;
LEAVE RULES FAQ;
MEDICAL FACILITIES FAQ;
LEAVE TRAVEL CONCESSION / JOINING TIME FAQ;
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