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AMIT.GILHOTRA

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Re: clarification regarding holidays after 15years service
« Reply #10 on: November 27, 2012, 06:03:10 PM »
As per C.S.R. Rules
For MALE STAFF
From JOINING to 10 Years Service ....10 C-LEAVES (EVERY CALENDER YEAR)
After 10 years service Till 20 years ....15 C-LEAVES (EVERY CALENDER YEAR)
After 20 years service Till retirement .....20 C-LEAVES (EVERY CALENDER YEAR)

For FEMALE STAFF
From JOINING to RETIREMENT ....20 C-LEAVES (EVERY CALENDER YEAR)

With Regards:-
AMIT GILHOTRA (84274-65000)


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Re: clarification regarding holidays after 15years service
« Reply #11 on: November 27, 2012, 06:48:06 PM »
Male:
0-10 Year service----10 CL
10-20 Year service---15 CL
after 20 Year service- 20 CL

Female:
0-whole service...... 20 CL

It is 200% confirm

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Re: clarification regarding holidays after 15years service
« Reply #12 on: November 27, 2012, 09:02:06 PM »
APPENDIX   17

(Referred to in Rule 8.61)

Rules for the grant of Casual and Quarantine Leave



I.          Casual  Leave

1.         Casual leave may be granted to Government employees for short periods by any officer under them to whom the powers are delegated by the said authorities subject to the conditions therein stated, as follows:-                       

            (1)        Scale:- Casual leave will be admissible as follows:

            (i)         To employees with 10 years service or less                   ...10 days

            (ii)        To employees with more than 10 years service but

                        Less than 20 years service                                            ...15 days.

            (iii)       To employees with over 20 years service                      ...20 days



2.         How calculated"From  the date on which an employee completes his 10th or 20th year of service, as the case may be, he will be given leave in that year according to the next higher scale. Thus if an employee completes 10 years service on the 30th April, 1963 he will be entitled to 15 days casual leave for the entire year 1963. Length of service will be assessed as in note below Rule 8.116 of Punjab C. S. R., Volume I, Part I.

3.         Accounting of Casual Leave"The casual leave account will be maintained annually from the 1st of January to 31st of December and new accounts opened on the 1st of January, following, irrespective of the fact that an official takes a spell of casual leave which includes the last few days of December, and the first few days of January.  Thus if an official takes leave from the 26th December, 1959, to 5th January, 1960, the period 26th December to 31st December will be debited to his leaved account for the yar 1959 and the period 1st January to the 5th January, 1960 will be debited to his leave account for the year 1960.

4          Length of leave and Combination of leave"In taking casual leave, within the limits admissible above, an employee may remain continuously absent from duty for a maximum of 16 days.  In this spell he will be permitted to include holidays which will not be debited to his casual leave account.  The total spell, however, should in no case exceed 16 days.  The balance of the casual leave can be taken in driblets.  It may be emphasized that it is desirable, but not compulsory for  Government employees to take such a spell.  Where a Government employee desires to take such a spell, permission should not ordinarily be refused although of course the competent authority may adjust the dates on which the spell is taken for administrative convenience.

            Note 1: A Government employee should not leave his district during casual leave without permission.

            Note 2: As exception to the above rule.

(a)        A Government employee who has been bitten by a rabid animal may be granted casual leave up to 16 days to proceed to a center or Institute for anti-rabic treatment.  If in a special case leave for more than 16 days is necessary and the appointment of substitute if found necessary, one months additional "Earned leave ¯ may be granted which shall not be debited against the leave at the credit of the Government employee.  When, however, no substitute is engaged, the entire period of one and a half month leave should be treated as casual leave.  Any leave required in excess of one and a half months may be granted under the ordinary rules applicable to the government employee concerned.



(b)        The concessions specified in clause (a) above may be extended to a Government employee without a lien on a permanent post, while officiating in permanent or temporary post, or holding a temporary post, the pay which he may draw in such a post being taken as the "substantive pay ¯ for this purpose.

Note 3:-           It is not in order to grant casual leave on half pay or without pay as a Government employee on casual leave is not treated as absent from duty and his pay is not intermitted.  If in any case, less than full pay is allowed, it would amount to an imposition of a penalty not provided for in the Punishment and Appeal Rules.

            2.         Except in cases where previous reference would cause real inconvenience, a Government employee should not, without previous permission come on casual leave to headquarters or the place where the Governor is residing, for the purposes of making a representation to the Governor.  The prohibition does not apply to a Government employee who is on any other kind of leave, or who does not intend to make any such representation.

            3.         No Government employee may go, on casual leave, to a place beyond 36 hours recall, and no Deputy Commissioner or Superintendent of Police may go to Kullu or Kashmir, without the express sanction of Government.

            4.         If a Government employee overstays his casual leave for any reason whatsoever, for example, a break-down on the road due to flood or landslips the entire period of absence will be debited to his ordinary leave account, and not only the period by which he has overstayed his casual leave.

            5.         No Government employee may leave his headquarter, during gazetted holidays except with the permission of his immediate departmental superior who must undertake the responsibility of granting such permission.

            6.         Casual leave must not be given so as to cause evasion of the rules regarding--

(i)         date of reckoning pay and allowances;

(ii)        charge of office;

(iii)       Commencement and end of leave;

(iv)       Return to duty;

or so as  to extend the term of other kinds of leave beyond the time admissible by rule.

vineysharma

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Re: clarification regarding holidays after 15years service
« Reply #13 on: November 28, 2012, 01:16:14 AM »

harrysidhu

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Re: clarification regarding holidays after 15years service
« Reply #14 on: November 28, 2012, 07:58:17 AM »
thanx all

rkumarbedi

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Re: clarification regarding holidays after 15years service
« Reply #15 on: November 28, 2012, 10:37:55 AM »
acc csr  its 15
« Last Edit: November 28, 2012, 10:39:36 AM by rkumarbedi »

bindra

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Re: clarification regarding holidays after 15years service
« Reply #16 on: November 28, 2012, 01:11:10 PM »
Thanx GURLAL G for the clarification and the link 8)

vineysharma

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Re: clarification regarding holidays after 15years service
« Reply #17 on: November 28, 2012, 10:23:38 PM »
koi 20 chutian kehnda hai according to csr rule 8.119
this is not the right answer.

15 is the right answer, plz don't mind.

harrysidhu

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Re: clarification regarding holidays after 15years service
« Reply #18 on: November 29, 2012, 03:20:47 PM »
ok

 

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