Table of Contents
- 1 What is the rule for earned leave?
- 2 How many days before earned leave should be applied?
- 3 How is earned leave surrender calculated?
- 4 How many earned leave can be taken in a year?
- 5 How do I claim earned leave?
- 6 How much earned leave can be encashed?
- 7 What are the earned and casual leave rules for central government employees?
- 8 What are the leave rules?
What is the rule for earned leave?
(1) Earned leave shall be credited to the leave account of Government servant at the rate of 2½ days for each completed calendar month of service which he is likely to render in a half-year of the calendar year in which he is appointed.
Can earned leave be denied?
The leave sanctioning authorities are, therefore, requested to ensure that the earned leave is not ordinarily denied to an employee. This does not confer any unbridled and arbitrary power on the sanctioning authority to deny leave at its whims. Only in the exigencies of public service can the authority refuse leave.
How many days before earned leave should be applied?
Earned Leave, Half Pay Leave, Leave on Medical Grounds The officer/official intending to proceed on leave shall apply on the prescribed application form (Form-I), at least 10 days in advance, to their Sanctioning Authority.
How many CL can I take at once?
CHAPTER-IX LEAVE 9.1 Casual Leave: With effect from Ist January, 1998 the maximum amount of casual leave admissible to the staff serving in civil offices of the Government of India shall be 8 days in a calendar year subject to the condition that not more than 5 days casual leave may be allowed at any time.
How is earned leave surrender calculated?
The amount of Leave Encashment will be calculated as follows… Basic salary plus Dearness Allowance is divided by 30. The result multiplied with a number of days EL (Maximum 300 days). If any shortfall in EL, then take the Half Pay Leave for calculation subject to not exceeding 300 days.
Which leave can be combined with earned leave?
Earned Leave (can be combined with any leave and also can be prefixed and suffixed with holidays but Intervening holidays will be treated as EL). EL can be availed upto a maximum of 180 days at a stretch. Accumulated upto 300 days only.
How many earned leave can be taken in a year?
Earned & Casual Leave in India
|Type of Leave||Privileged Leave/ Earned Leave||Casual Leave|
|Quantum per year||14 days for every completed year||10 days. It cannot be taken for more than 3 days at a stretch|
|Entitlement||On completion of one year continuous service||During the year|
|Accumulation||24 days in 2 years|
Can we take CL and EL together?
7. Casual Leave can be combined with Special Casual Leave / Vacation but not with any other kind of leave (such as EL, HPL, EOL, etc.). It cannot be combined with joining time.
How do I claim earned leave?
Earned Leave Application Format 2 (On medical ground) Company Name, Company Address. Sub: Application for Earned leaves.
Can I take CL and EL together?
How much earned leave can be encashed?
Earned leave standing to the credit of an employee may be encashed at his option only once in a calendar year provided that the quantum of leave to be encashed in each case is not more than 50% of the Earned Leave at credit or 30 days earned leave whichever is less.
How is HPL encashment calculated?
What are the earned and casual leave rules for central government employees?
Earned & Casual Leave Rules for Central Government Employees. Earned leave is the leave which is earned by the employee for working for a certain period. The central government employees are entitled to get 30 earned leaves (ELs) per year, along with this earned leave they are also entitled to get 8 casual leaves (CLs) and 19 notified holidays.
How is the amount of earned leave calculated in CCS?
Calculation of Earned Leave [CCS Leave Rule – 27] (1) Earned leave shall be credited to the leave account of Government servant at the rate of 2½ days for each completed calendar month of service which he is likely to render in a half-year of the calendar year in which he is appointed.
What are the leave rules?
7.1 LEAVE RULES 7.1.1. Introduction Leave is a provision to stay away from work for genuine reasons with prior approval of the authorities. It may be granted for a casual purpose or a planned activity, on medical grounds or in extra-ordinary conditions. Leave cannot be claimed as a matter of right.
What are the provisions stipulated under the CCS (leave) rules 1972?
Provisions stipulated under the CCS (Leave) Rules, 1972 regulating Earned Leave to central Govt. employees are explained here under. 1. Entitlement [CCS Leave Rule – 26 (1) (a) (i)]