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  • #70274
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      Hi.
      I am a newbie in this place with some questions. Let me elaborate it.
      I was in a leave from my service from 3rd January 2006 to 27th April 2006. It was treated as without pay leave by the school initially, but later the HM proposed to sanction it as a special leave from the board. The board replied that I need to enjoy the half average pay for the first 60 days, and then the rest two months will be treated as special leave and granted accordingly.
      Now, after a decade some problems have arisen and I want to resolve these facts:
      1. What will be the calculation for the half average pay leave?
      2. Will the Special Leave be incorporated in my Service book? The HM says that it will not, on which I have some doubt.
      If needed, I am providing the details of my salary of that time ….
      Basic: 6675
      DA: 3938 (59%)
      HRA: 1001
      MA: 100
      Thanks for any insight. I will be highly obliged.

      #81186
      unknown
      Spectator

        Half pay leave
        RULES OF CALCULATION :-
        I) 1/2 of Basic Pay=3338/-, D.A.-3338 x @ 59% = 1969/-,H.R.A.-15% of full basic pay=1001/-, M.A.-100/-= 6408/- is half pay of a month.
        2) divide the no. of days of a month, the result will be a salary of 1 day.
        3) For January of 29 days of HAP is- 6408/31= 206.70 X 29 days= 5995/-
        4) go on the same way…….
        Thank you.

        #81190
        unknown
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          Thanks a lot. It will help me to a great extent.Actually at that period of time , I was pregnant. I was in critical condition during that period.I enjoyed 60 days M.L from October 2005 to December 2005. I had Rheumatic pain and bleeding. Then I joined 2nd January,2006 and took without pay leave to 27th April. The H.M converted that leave into special leave from Board. The Board granted the leave, after charging the aforesaid half average pay leave.
          The HM wants to prepare my service book for that period as “no leave taken other than CL”.
          Now, my question is, can the HM not enter the period of that special leave in my service book? If it is not entered in the service book, will there be any problem later?

          #81304
          unknown
          Spectator

            My Basic Pay = 11730/-, Allowances are Medical Allowance @ 30% 3,519/-, Conveyance Allowance @ 15%= 1,760/-, House Rent Allowance @ 75% = 8,798/- please calculate my pay if i apply for 2months Leave on Half Average pay please.

            #81305
            unknown
            Spectator

              @ MitulC, this leave should be mentioned in the column – ” Nature and duration of leave taken” in your service book. It is also ought to be mentioned in (G) LEAVE ACCOUNT (Page no.-24-25)

              #82508
              unknown
              Spectator

                Sir, how the Interim Relief will effect the calculation of HAP at present? and in the above calculation, what will be the breakup ( Basic, DA, HRA,MA) of that calculated HAP (5995/-)?

                #82509
                unknown
                Spectator

                  Calculation of IR for August, 2017 for HAPL:
                  (Total IR as on July/31) x Working Days in August.
                  For Example, If one’s IR as on July, 2016 (IR did not increse in July, 2017) was 968, his IR for 15 working days in August will be (968/31) x 15 = 468

                  #82711
                  unknown
                  Spectator

                    In osms , there is no option for proper HALF AVERAGE PAY Calculation .What is the option ?

                    #82831
                    unknown
                    Spectator

                      In osms , there is no option for proper HALF AVERAGE PAY Calculation .What is the option ?

                      EDIT option e jan … sekhane half pay kore dekhun….

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