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  • #69335
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      If a primary teacher want to enjoy leave for appx 10 days (with out any reason of leave) for which kind of leave he can apply?will he submit his application before enjoy the leave or within the period when he enjoying the leave or after enjoy the leave?

      #78975
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        @p4prasun: As leave is not a right. One has to get sanctioned one’s leave and I don’t think any leave should be granted if the leave is enjoyed with out reason. However, if a primary teacher want to avail leave for 10 days s/he can avail commuted leave or half average pay leave or leave without pay. As there is no proper reason for the leave I don’t think medical ground for medical leave or commuted leave is applicable. In that case leave application has to be got sanctioned before the leave.

        #79072
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          we all know a primary school teacher can enjoy 14 casual leave in a session or year .But please anyone inform me maximum how many cl can enjoy a teacher in january?or february?

          #79070
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            A permanent primary can enjoy all the 14 cl in January or February if the authority sanction his/her leave application. For temporary teachers leave is proportionate to their service in the relevant calender year. But that is also there is no bar to avail leave in the beginning if sanctioned.

            #79078
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              One cannot enjoy more than 5(five) CL at a stretch. If one wants to enjoy more than 5 leaves, he may do it as ML and he will have to submit Medical Certificate for this. One, of course, may enjoy Leave Without Pay. One can enjoy Commuted Leave/ Half average Pay Leave only when no ML is due in his account.

              #79080
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                @gpgarain: As far as I know one cannot keep himself absent for more than 7 days at a stretch. So if there is no holiday and if Saturday is a working day can an employee not enjoy more than 5 CL at a stretch?

                #79084
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                  @gpgarain: As far as I know one cannot keep himself absent for more than 7 days at a stretch. So if there is no holiday and if Saturday is a working day can an employee not enjoy more than 5 CL at a stretch?

                  No, he/she cannot. About 7 days’ leave, there is also a rule. If there is a vacation for at least 7 days, one must have to attend on either closing day or opening day. He/She can enjoy CL the other, if he/she attends one of those two. If he/she fails to attend both the two, all the vacation would be treated as ML along with those two days.

                  #79090
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                    @gpgorain: Thanks for your valuable reply. My query was if there is no holiday before or after can one not enjoy 6 CL as his/her total absent from the work place will be 7 days including the Sunday (i.e. not more than 7 days)? However for primary teachers (don’t know about others) one can enjoy cl where total absent will be more than 7 days with prior permission from the authority in VERY SPECIAL CASE). You wrote

                    One can enjoy Commuted Leave/ Half average Pay Leave only when no ML is due in his account.

                    I’d also like to be clarified that is it necessary to be ill if one is bound to be absent? I mean if one is in tour or one’s family member got ill suddenly that one fail to attend office for long days, why can s/he not enjoy Commuted Leave though s/he might have Medical leave in his/her account?

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