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      I request my friends to provide this G.O. being No. 1541- Edn(S) dated 15-12-1977.

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        Re: Leave rule of secondary school
        Government of West Bengal
        Education Department, Secondary Branch

        No. 1541-Edn (S) /21-2/77, dated 15.12.1977
        NOTIFICATION
        In exercise of the power conferred by Sub-section (1), and in particular by clause (d) of sub-section (2), of section 45 of the West Bengal Board of Secondary Education Act 1963 (West Bengal Act V of 1963), the Governor is pleased hereby to make, after previous publication as required by sub-section (1) of the said section, the following amendments in the Management of Recognised Non-Government Institutions (Aided and Unaided) Rules, 1969 (hereinafter referred to as the said rules):
        AMENDMENTS
        In the said rules,
        (a) after clause (i) of $ub-rule (9) of rule 28, add the following note, namely :
        “Note — The Committee shall grant leave according to rules shown in the appendix;
        Appendix
        (Vide Note below clause (i) of sub-rule (9) of rule 28)
        Rules for the grant of leave to the teaching and the non-teaching staff of recognised non-government Secondary Schools other than Sponsored Schools or any other Schools or Class of School as the State Government may specify.
        1. (a) ‘Leave’ means, except in the case of casual leave, absence from duty attached to the tenure of the post. There may be the following kinds of Ieave admissible to a teacher or a non-teaching employee of an institution:
        (i) Casual leave
        (ii) Leave on half average pay
        (iii) Leave on medical grounds
        (iv) Special leave in exceptional circumstance
        (v) Compensatory leave
        (vi) Extraordinary leave
        (vii) Maternity leave
        (viii) Quarantine leave.
        Note: (a) No leave can be claimed as a matter of right.
        (b) Absence of a teacher attending duties as Juror in a Law Court or Head Examiners’ Meeting of the Board or having an interview with the Board, if called for by the Board, or if required, to join a seminar organised or sponsored by the All India Council, State Government or by the Board, shall be treated as on duty.
        (c) ‘Medical Certificate’ means a certificate granted by a Registered Medical Practitioner in the following form—
        “I ……………….. after careful personal examination of the case certify that ……………………. whose signature is given above is suffering from …………………… and I consider that a period of absence from duty of ……………… is absolutely necessary for the restoration of his or her health.”
        Date: ………… Government Medical Officer or Registered Medical Practitioner.
        A similar certificate may be necessary when a teacher or a non-teaching employee declared fit to rejoin his duties.
        (d) ‘Average pay’ means the average of basic pay for the period of twelve months immediately preceding the date on which the teacher or the non- teaching employee proceeds on leave.
        (e) ‘Teacher’ means a Headmaster/Headmistress, Assistant Head-master/ Assistant Headmistress and any other approved member of the teaching staff.
        2. Casual Leave
        Casual leave shall not be treated as absence from duty and there shall, consequently, be no interference with the rate of emolument of the teacher or the non teaching employee concerned.
        A teacher or a non-teaching employee of the school may have 14 days of casual leave in a calender year. The casual leave may be affixed or prefixed to any holiday or Sunday but the total period including the holiday or Sunday shall not exceed 7 days at a time. Sundays and holidays falling within the period of casual leave shall not be counted as a part of the casual leave;
        PROVIDED casual leave shall not be affixed or prefixed to any long vacation.
        3. Leave on half average pay
        A teacher or a non-teaching employee of school may be granted 15 days leave on half average pay in a year of service;
        PROVIDED that the total period of leave on half average pay which may accrue to the credit of the teacher or the non-teaching employee shall not exceed two months;
        PROVIDED further that during such period a teacher or a non-teaching employee shall be entitled to a leave salary at the rate of half of the average pay.
        4. Leave on Medical ground
        A teacher or a non-teaching employee of a school may be granted 15 days’ leave on medical ground for each completed year of service spent on duty, on production of medical certificate from a Medical Officer or a Registered Medical practitioner with the application for leave and a fit certificate at the time of resuming duties.
        The total period of leave on medical ground, which may accrue to the credit of a teacher or a non-teaching employee shall not exceed one year, that is, 365 days during the whole period of service in a school or schools.
        During the period of leave on medical ground the teacher or the non-teaching employee will get a salary at the rate of full average pay.
        5. Special leave in exceptional circumstances
        In exceptional circumstances a teacher or a non-teaching employee of a school may be granted leave not exceeding 18 months; provided the whole case is reported to the Board with a concrete proposal which shall have to be approved by the Board.
        Note : (i) Leave under rule 5 may be granted with the approval of the Board to a teacher or a non-teaching employee of any school suffering from prolonged illness, such as, Tuberculosis, injury to limbs requiring plastering etc. making him or her bed-ridden for a long time, when he or she has exhausted all other leave due to him or her.
        (ii) Leave on full pay under rule 5 may be granted to a teacher intending to appear at an examination for the period of examination and a week prior to its Commencement.
        A study leave of any other nature shall, however, not be granted to any teacher under this rule.
        (iii) Subject to notes (i) and (ii), the period of leave may be granted on half average pay (or full average pay by the Managing Committee with prior approval of the Board).
        6. Compensatory leave
        A teacher or a non-teaching employee of a school may be granted compensatory leave for half the period he or she may be required to attend the school for duty during a long vacation or holidays provided he or she attends the school at least seven days during such vacation or holidays.
        7. Extraordinary leave
        If for any unforeseen reason a teacher or a non-teaching employee of a school fails to attend his or her duties and if there is no other leave due at his or her credit he or she may be granted leave without pay at the discretion of the Managing Committee for a period not exceeding two years.
        8. Maternity leave
        (1) Maternity leave may be granted to a permanent female teacher or a non- teaching employee, on full pay, for a period which may extend upto the end of three months from the date of its commencement or to the end of six weeks from the date of confinement, whichever is earlier.
        (2) Maternity leave may also be granted to a temporary female teacher or non-teaching employee, on full pay, upto four weeks prior to the date & confinement, and four weeks after the date of confinement.
        PROVIDED that she has been in service for at least nine months immediately preceding the date of delivery.
        (3) Maternity leave may also be granted to a female teacher or a non teaching employee in case of miscarriage or abortion subject to the condition that such leave shall not exceed six weeks and the application for the leave is supported by a certificate from a registered Medical Practitioner of a Government Hospital.
        (4) Any other kind of leave, in continuation of maternity leave may be granted if the request for its grants is supported by a medical certificate.
        9. Quarantine leave
        Quarantine leave is a leave of absence from duty necessitated by orders not to attend school in consequence of the presence of infections disease in the family or household of a teacher or a non-teaching employee of a school. Such leave may be granted on production of a certificate of a Medical or Public Health Officer for a period not exceeding 21 days, or in exceptional circumstances 30 days. Any leave necessary for quarantine purpose in excess of this period shall be treated as ordinary leave. Quarantine leave may also be granted when necessary in continuation of other leave subject to the above maximum. No substitute shall ordinarily be appointed in place of a teacher or a non-teaching employee absent on a quarantine leave. A substitute may, however, be appointed for the absence of a teacher or a non-teaching employee on quarantine leave, whose duties cannot be arranged otherwise. A teacher or a non-teaching employee on quarantine leave is not treated as absent from duty and his or her pay is not intermitted;
        Explanation — For the purpose of granting Quarantine leave under this rule the list of infectious diseases shall include the following:
        (a) (i) Small Pox
        (ii) Scarlet Fever
        (iii) Plague (Bueumonic or Bubonic)
        (iv)Typhus
        (v) Cerebro—spinal meningitis.
        (b) For persons employed in the preparation and distribution of food, the additional diseases should also be treated as infectious:
        (i) Dysentery,
        (ii) Enteric fever (Typhoid fever),
        (iii) Malta fever
        (iv) Paratyphoid fever.
        10. (i) No kind of leave except Casual Leave should be availed of without written application and previous sanction except in very exceptional circumstances which should be expanded to the satisfactory of the leave sanctioning authority.
        (ii) Any member of teaching and non teaching staff remaining absent for more than 3 days for reasons of illness, shall submit a certificate from a registered medical practitioner.
        (iii) Leave for reason of private affairs except Casual Leave must be applied for and got approved before it is availed of. Member of the teaching and non-teaching staff before finalising their private engagement should previously ascertain from the authority concerned as far as practicable whether the leave asked for a likely to be granted.
        PROVIDED that in exceptional case of emergency nature in which it was not possible on the part of the staff concerned to apply for the leave and got it sanctioned before proceeding on leave, formal leave application fully stating the facts and circumstances necessitating such leave should be submitted to the authority concerned at the earliest possible opportunity.
        11. (i) No permanent teaching or non-teaching employee shall be granted leave of any kind for a continuous period exceeding 5 years. Where such an employee does not resume his or her duty after remaining on leave for a continuous period of 5 years or where such an employee, after the expiry of his or her leave remains absent from duty, otherwise on ground of suspension for any period, which together with the period granted to him or her exceeds 5 years, he or she shall, unless this Board on reference from the school authorities and in view of exceptional circumstances of the case otherwise determines, be deemed to have resigned and shall accordingly cease to be in the employment of the school.
        (ii) When an employee who is not in permanent employment, fails to resume his or her duties on the expiry of maximum period of extra-ordinary leave granted to him or her under rule 7 or where such an employee who is granted a shorter period of extraordinary’ leave than the maximum period admissible, remains absent from duty for any period which together with extraordinary leave granted exceeds the limit upto which he or she would have been granted such leave under rule 7, he or she shall, unless the Board on reference from the school authorities and in view of exceptional circumstances of the case otherwise determine, be deemed to have resigned and shall accordingly cease to be in the employment of the school.
        12. Excepting Casual Leave and Compensatory Leave, any kind of leave mentioned below, may be granted in combination with or in continuation of any other kind of leave stated below :
        1. Leave on half average pay.
        2. Leave on medical grounds.
        3. Special leave in exceptional circumstances.
        4. Extra ordinary Leave.
        5. Maternity Leave.
        By order of the Governor
        Sd/- B. N. Chatterjee
        Special Secretary to the Govt. of West Bengal.

        #72439
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          Re: Leave rule of secondary school
          Thank you so much for providing this order exclusively in this forum. Hats’ off to you dear admin.

          #72440
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            Re: Leave rule of secondary school
            You are welcome my friend.

            #72553
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              Re: Leave Rule of Secondary School
              Please extend this thread with all the amendments. Thanks in advance.

              #72611
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                Leave in the period of Extension
                WEST BENGAL BOARD OF SECONDARY EDUCATION
                Circular No. S/342, Dated 24.4.79
                To: The Heads of all Secondary Schools recognised by the Board.
                Sub: Rules for grant of leave to the teaching and the non-teaching staff of recognised Non-Government Secondary Schools.
                The undersigned is directed to state that representations were received by the Board from time to time from the Heads of recognised Secondary Schools seeking clarification whether a teacher or a member of the non-teaching staff servicing a secondary school shall continue to enjoy the benefit of leave during the period of extension of their services, as contemplated under Leave Rules published in Government Notification No. 1541-Edn.(S) dated 15.12.77.
                2. The Heads of Institutions are hereby informed that an approved teacher or a member of the non-teaching staff of a recognised secondary school whose services have been extended by the Managing Committee of such an institution may be granted all kinds of leave, as contemplated under the said leave Rules.
                Sd/- N. Sinha
                Secretary.

                #72620
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                  Clarification of leave on half average pay
                  WEST BENGAL BOARD OF SECONDARY EDUCATION
                  No. 103/9, Dated: 2.1.80
                  To: The Headmaster, Champdani Arya Vidyapith.
                  Sub: Clarification of leave on half average pay.
                  Ref: His endorsement dated 26.9.1979.
                  Pursuant to an order of the Administrator of the Board in reply to the clarification as desired, the undersigned is directed to state that D.A. is to be paid to the staff of the school according to slab system, as may be admissible on the half average pay.
                  Sd/- P. Mazumdar
                  for Secretary.

                  #72623
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                    Clarification of Leave Rules (Medical Leave)
                    WEST BENGAL BOARD OF SECONDARY EDUCATION
                    Date : 24.1.80
                    To: The Headmaster, Tarakeswar Girls’ High School
                    Sub: Clarification of Leave Rules (Medical Leave) for the staff of the School.
                    Ref: Her letter No. 61/79 dated 20.10.79
                    Pursuant to an order of the Administrator of the Board the undersigned if directed to state that Medical Leave availed of by the staff concerned of the school preceding or following the vacation is not to be counted for the vacation period provided he or she is present on either side of the vacation.
                    Sd/- A.K. Das
                    for Secretary

                    #73452
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                      Clarification of Casual Leave Rule
                      WEST BENGAL BOARD OF SECONDARY EDUCATION
                      To: The Headmaster, Kandara J.M. High School
                      Sub: Clarification of Leave Rules.
                      Ref: His letter No. 33/KJMHS/80 dated 24.05.80.
                      In reply to his query made in his letter under reference the undersigned is directed to state seriatim the following:-

                      QUERY REPLIES
                      1. Whether the casual leave can be availed of by the staff of the school without assigning any reason for their absence in writing? 1. Casual leave can be availed of only after it is duly sanctioned. In exceptional circumstances, a staff of the school may remain absent from duty without prior sanction; provided subsequently he submits on application justifying his absence at the earliest opportunity.
                      The question of enjoying casual leave or any kind of leave without submitting application does not, therefore, arise.
                      2. Whether staff of the school can take leave on Medical Ground without submitting any Medical Certificate thereof? 2. A staff of the school remaining absent in the school for 3 days or less is not required to submit the Medical Certificate thereof.
                      3. Whether the teachers are bound to take classes of the absentee teachers of the school? 3. Attention is drawn to the Govt. Notification No. 772-Edn. (S) dated 8.7.74 which reads there—
                      The teaching load for a teacher should normally be 36 periods per week, distributed as follows (a) Class room teaching— 25 periods (including occasional work for absentee teachers), (b) Tutorial Class-II (including correction of home work).

                      Sd/- M. Sengupta
                      for Secretary.

                      #73453
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                        Re: Leave Rule of Secondary School Teaching / Non Teaching S
                        Thank you so much.

                        #73454
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                          Leave Rules for teaching & non teaching staff (WBBSE)
                          WEST BENGAL BOARD OF SECONDARY EDUCATION
                          Circular No. S/Mc-386/81, Date: 07.07.1981
                          Rules for the grant of leave to the teaching and the non-teaching staff of recognised non-teaching staff of recognised Non-Government Secondary Schools as the State Government may specify.
                          1. (a) ‘Leave’ means except in the case of casual leave absence from duty attached to the tenure of the post. There may be the following kinds of leave admissible to a teacher or a non-teaching employee of an Institution:
                          (i) Casual Leave, (ii) Leave on half-average pay, (iii) Leave on medical grounds, (iv) Special Leave in exceptional circumstances, (v) Compensatory Leave, (vi) Extraordinary Leave, (vii) Maternity Leave, (viii) Quarantine Leave.
                          Note: (a) No Leave can be claimed as a matter of right.
                          (b) Absence of a teacher attending duties as juror in a Law Court or Head Examiners’ Meeting of the Board or having an interview with the Board, if called for by the Board, or if required, to join a seminar organised or sponsored by the All India Council, State Government or by the Board, shall be treated as on duty.
                          (c) ‘Medical Certificate’ means a certificate granted by a Registered medical Practitioner in the following form:—
                          “I……………………………after careful personal examination of the case certify that………………………………whose signature is given above is suffering from………………………………and I consider that a period of absence from duty of ……………………. is absolutely necessary for the restoration of his or her health.
                          Date:
                          Government Medical Officer or
                          Registered Medical Practitioner.
                          A similar certificate may be necessary when a teacher or a non-teaching employee is declared fit to rejoin his duties.
                          (d) ‘Average pay’ means the average of basic pay for the period of twelve months immediately preceding the date on which the teacher or the non-teaching’ employee proceeds on leave.
                          (e) ‘Teacher’ means a Headmaster/Headmistress, Assistant Headmaster/ Assistant Headmistress or any other approved member of the teaching staff.
                          2. Casual Leave :
                          Casual leave shall not be treated as absence from duty and there shall, consequently, be no interference with the rate or emoluments of the teacher or the non-teaching employee concerned.
                          A teacher or a non-teaching employee of the school may have 14 days of casual leave in a calendar year. The casual leave may be affixed or prefixed to any holiday or Sunday but the total period including the holidays or Sunday shall not exceed 7 days at a time. Sundays and holidays falling within the period of casual leave shall not be counted as a part of the casual leave :
                          PROVIDED casual leave shall not be affixed or prefixed to any long vacation.
                          3. Leave on half-average Pay :
                          A teacher or a non-teaching employee of a school may be granted 15 days leave on half-average pay in a year of service :
                          PROVIDED that the total period of leave on half-average pay which may accrue to the credit of the teacher or the non-teaching employee shall not exceed two months :
                          PROVIDED further that during such period a teacher or a non-teaching employee shall be entitled to a leave salary at the rate of half of the average pay.
                          4. Leave on Medical Ground :
                          A teacher or a non-teaching employee of a school may be granted 15 days’ leave on medical ground for each completed year of service spent on duty, on production of medical certificate from a Medical Officer or a Registered Medical Practitioner with the application for leave and a fit certificate at the time of resuming duties.
                          The total period of leave on medical ground, which may accrue to the credit of a teacher or a non-teaching employee shall not exceed one year, that is, 365 days during the whole period of service in a school or schools.
                          During the period of leave on medical ground the teacher or the non-teaching employee will get a salary at the rate of full average pay.
                          5. Special leave in exceptional circumstances :
                          In exceptional circumstances a teacher or a non-teaching employee of a school may be granted leave not exceeding 18 months provided the whole case is reported to the Board with a concrete proposal which shall have to be approved by the Board.
                          Note : (i) Leave under Rule 5 may be granted with the approval of the Board to a teacher or a non-teaching employee of any school suffering from prolonged illness, such as, Tuberculosis, injury to limbs requiring Plastering etc. making him or her bed-ridden for a long time, when he or she has exhausted all other leave due to him or her.
                          (ii) Leave on full pay under Rule 5 may be granted to a teacher intending to appear at an examination for the period of examination and a week prior to its commencement.
                          A study leave of any other nature shall, however, not be granted to any teacher under this rule.
                          (iii) Subject to Notes (i) and (ii) the period of leave may be granted on halfaverage pay (or full average pay by the Managing Committee with prior approval of the Board).
                          6. Compensatory Leave:
                          A teacher or a non-teaching employee of a school may be granted compensatory leave for half the period he or she may be required to attend the school for duty during a long vacation or holidays provided he or she attends the school at least seven days during such vacation or holidays.
                          7. Extraordinary Leave:
                          If for any unforeseen reason a teacher or a non-teaching employee of a school fails to attend his or her duties and if there is no other leave due at his or her credit he or she may be granted leave without pay at the discretion of the Managing Committee for a period not exceeding two years.
                          8. Maternity Leave:
                          (1) Maternity leave may be granted to a permanent female teacher or a nonteaching employee, on full pay, for a period which may extend upto the end of three months from the date of its commencement or to the end of six weeks from the date of confinement, whichever is earlier.
                          (2) Maternity leave may also be granted to a temporary female teacher or a non-teaching employee, on full pay, upto four weeks prior to the date of confinement and four weeks after the date of confinement :
                          Provided that she has been iri service for at least nine months immediately preceding the date of delivery.
                          (3) Maternity leave may also be granted to a female teacher or a non-teaching employee in case of miscarriage or abortion subject to the condition that such leave shall not exceed six weeks and the application for the leave is supported by a certificate from a registered Medical Practitioner or a Government Hospital.
                          (4) Any other kind of leave, in continuation of maternity leave may be granted if the request for its grant is supported by a medical certificate.
                          9. Quarantine Leave:
                          Quarantine leave is a leave of absence from duty necessitated by orders not to attend school in consequence of the presence of infectious disease in the family or household of a teacher or a non-teaching employee of a school. Such leave may be granted on production of a certificate of a Medical or Public Health Officer for a period not exceeding 21 days, or in exceptional circumstances, 30 days. Any leave necessary for quarantine purposes in excess of this period shall be treated as ordinary leave. Quarantine leave may also be granted when necessary in continuation of other leave subject to the above maximum. No substitute shall ordinarily be appointed in place of teacher or non-teaching employee absent on quarantine leave. A substitute may, however, be appointed for the absence of a teacher or a nonteaching employee on quarantine leave, whose duties cannot be arranged otherwise. A teacher or a non-teaching employee on quarantine leave is not treated as absent from duty and his or her pay is not intermitted.
                          Explanation—For the purpose of granting Quarantine Leave under this rule the list of infectious diseases shall include the following :
                          (a) (i) Small Pox, (ii) Scarlet Fever, (iii) Plague (Bueumonic or Bubonic), (iv) Typhus, (v) Cerebro-spinal Meningitis.
                          (b) For persons employed in the preparation and distribution of food, the following additional diseases should also be treated as infectious :
                          (i) Dysentery, (ii) Enteric fever (Typhoid fever), (iii) Malta fever, (iv) Paratyphoid fever.
                          10. (i) No kind of leave except Casual Leave should be availed of without written application and previous sanction except in very exceptional circumstances which should be explained to the satisfaction of the leave sanctioning authority.
                          (ii) Any member of teaching and non-teaching staff remaining absent for more than 3 days for reasons of illness, shall submit a certificate from registered medical practitioner.
                          (iii) Leave for reason of private affairs except Casual Leave must be applied for and got approved before it is availed of. Members of the teaching and nonteaching staff before finalising their private engagement should previously ascertain from the authority concerned as far as practicable whether the leave asked for is likely to be granted.
                          PROVIDED that in exceptional case of emergency nature in which it was not possible on the part of the staff concerned to apply for the leave and get it sanctioned before proceeding on leave, formal leave application fully stating the facts and circumstances necessitating such leave should be submitted to the authority concerned at the earliest possible opportunity.
                          11. (i) No permanent teaching or non-teaching employee shall be granted leave of any kind for a continuous period exceeding 5 years. Where such an employee does not resume his or her duty after remaining on leave for a continuous period of 5 years or where such an employee after the expiry of his or her leave remains absent from duty, otherwise on ground of suspension for any period, which together with the period granted to him or her exceeds 5 years, he or she shall, unless the Board on reference from the school authorities and in view of exceptional circumstances of the case, otherwise determine, be deemed to have resigned and shall accordingly cease to be in the employment of the school.
                          (ii) When an employee who is not in permanent employ, fails to resume his or her duties on the expiry of maximum period of extra-ordinary leave to him or her under Rule 7 or where such an employee who is granted a shorter period of extra-ordinary leave than the maximum period admissible, remains absent from duty for any period which together with extra-ordinary leave granted exceeds the limit upto which he or she would have been granted such leave under Rule 7, he or she shall, unless the Board on reference from the school authorities and in view of exceptional circumstances of the case otherwise determines, be deemed to have resigned and shall accordingly cease to be in the employment of the school.
                          12. Excepting Casual Leave and Compensatory Leave, any kind of leave mentioned below may be granted in combination with or in continuation of any other kind of leave stated below :
                          1. Leave on half-average pay, 2. Leave on medical ground, 3. Special Leave in exceptional circumstances, 4. Extra-ordinary Leave, 5. Maternity Leave.

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                          Clarifications on certain points of leave rules

                          No. 8417/G Date: 7.11.81

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                          #73458
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                            Clarifications on certain points of leave rules
                            WEST BENGAL BOARD OF SECONDARY EDUCATION
                            No. 2308/G, Date : 15.3.82
                            Sub: Clarification on certain points of Leave Rules.

                            QUERY REPLIES
                            1. Whether Sunday and holiday either preceding or succeeding the Medical Leave would be added to the Medical Leave ? succeeding the Medical Leave would be added to the Medical Leave ? 1. Vacation, short holidays or Sundays may be prefixed or affixed to the Medical Leave and the whole period will not be treated as Medical Leave. If, however, Medical Leave falls within vacation, short holidays or Sundays, the whole period will be treated as Medical Leave of the staff concerned of the School.
                            2. (a) Whether the compensatory leave earned in a particular year by a staff of the school, can be availed of by parts and in continuation of vacation or holidays?
                            (b) Whether compensatory leave earned in a particular year, can be availed of in subsequent years according to the exigencies of the situation of the incumbent?
                            2. (a) & (b) Existing Leave Rules (under Clause-6 of the Rules) do not provide any bar. The staff concerned of the school may avail of such leave (duly earned under the said rule) according to his/her necessity with the prior approval of the leave sanctioning authority of the school.
                            3. To observe several occasion, viz. Netaji Birth Day, Rabindra Jayanti etc., (declared holidays of the school) some staff remain present and some staff remain absent.
                            Whether any compensatory leave can be granted to those staff of the school who attend the said function of the school as because such function could not be done by the school in future ?
                            3. No, Compensatory leave on the matter is admissible. The school should request all the members of the staff of the school to remain present of the dates of such functions of the school and make it a grand success.

                            Sd/- M. Sengupta
                            for Secretary.

                            #73459
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                              Clarifications on certain points
                              WEST BENGAL BOARD OF SECONDARY EDUCATION
                              No. 7211/G/0054-242/112, Date: 21.07.82
                              Sub: Clarification of certain points.
                              Ref: His letter No. 16(1) 82 date 20.3.82
                              In reply to his query in his letter under reference, the undersigned is directed to state below seriatim:

                              QUERY REPLIES
                              1. What will be the time of marking for late attendance of the staff of the school? 1. Appointed hour for the staff of the school and the time for commencement of classes are different. ‘Appointed hour’ for the staff of the school should be fixed at least 15 minutes prior to the commencement of classes. Hence the marking time for late attendance and the absence for the staff of the school are to be decided by the school authority in the best academic interest of the school.
                              2. Whether the permanent and temporary staff of the school can be allowed to avail themselves more than one day’s C.L. in the first month of the calendar year or according to proportionate basis considering the period of his/her service. 2. Existing Leave Rules do not provide such proportionate leave.
                              3. Whether the staff of the school can be allowed to draw pay etc., against Medical Leave as prayed for before it is being sanctioned by the competent authority for the said month. 3. Under the existing Leave Rules, a staff of the school can be allowed to draw his/her pay etc., after getting the said leave approved by the competent authority.

                              Sd/- S. Chatterjee
                              for Secretary.

                              #73461
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                                Clarification on leave of the School
                                WEST BENGAL BOARD OF SECONDARY EDUCATION
                                No. 8310/G, Date: 24 August, 1982
                                Sub: Clarification on leave of the School.
                                The undersigned is directed to state below seriatim:

                                QUERY REPLIES
                                1. Whether the absence of the staff of the school to work as members of the Centre Committee formed for the conduct of the Madhyamik Pariksha (Secondary Examination) and to work as a member of the Inspection team for visiting the school in connection with its recognition/ upgradation is to be regularised by way of granting Special Casual Leave to them? 1. Absence of a staff on the dates concerned reported from the school on the matter should be regularised by granting them Special Casual leave or by treating their absence as on duty on the production of their respective documents to show that they actually performed their such duties assigned to them.
                                2. Whether absence of a teacher to work as a member of the Indian Science Congress and for attending its annual conference is to be regularised by way of grant ing Special Casual leave to him/her? 2. No Special Casual Leave in the matter is admissible as the same is not obligatory or necessary in the interest of the school or approved by any competent authority.
                                3. Whether the Headmaster/Headmistress of the school is entitled to suspend classes on the dates of Work Education and Physical Education Examination of the Madhyamik Pariksha (Secondary Examination) and to exempt the teachers not required for the said examination from giving their attendance on such dates? 3. In the best academic interest of school the Head of the School is the competent person to decide the matter with the approval of Academic Council and the Managing Committee of the school respectively.

                                Sd/- Secretary.

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                                  Carried over of leaves for joining another school
                                  WEST BENGAL BOARD OF SECONDARY EDUCATION
                                  No. 2819/G/Misc/814, Date: 16.03.1983
                                  To: The Secretary, All Bengal Teachers’ Association
                                  Mayanaguri Zonal Committee
                                  Sub: Clarification regarding Leave Rules of Teachers and non-teaching staff of Secondary School.
                                  Ref: Letter No. 37(82) dated 25.9.82
                                  The undersigned is directed to state that the matter referred by him under his above quoted letter was considered by the Executive Committee of the Board in its meeting held on 4.1.83. It was decided by the Executive Committee that the medical leave and casual leave in respect of a teacher and a non-teaching employee is admissible under Leave Rules serving in a secondary school, would be carried over if he joined another school.
                                  Sd/- A. Gupta
                                  for Secretary.

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                                    Clarification on CL of Teachers & Clerk
                                    WEST BENGAL BOARD OF SECONDARY EDUCATION
                                    No. 5197 / G /Misc / 450, Date: 02.06.1983.
                                    To: The District Inspector of Schools (Secondary Education), Nadia.
                                    Sub: Clarification in regard to the submission of leave application by the staff of the school after availing of casual leave under provision 2 read with provisions 10(i) and 10 (iii) of the Leave Rules.
                                    Ref: His Memo No. 681/S.E. dated 14.4.83 addressed to the Director of Secondary Education, West Bengal.
                                    In reply to the query in his letter under reference, the undersigned is directed to state below:

                                    QUERY REPLIES
                                    1. Whether Leave applications are required to submit to the school authority by the staff of the school after availing of casual leave under the said provisions of the Leave Rules. 1. Admissible Casual Leave can be availed of by the staff of the school after it is duly sanctioned by the school authority concerned. In exceptional circumstances, without prior sanction, a staff of the school may have to be absent from duty, but he or she must submit his/ her application at the earliest opportunity justifying his/her absence. Therefore, the question of enjoying casual leave or any kind of leave by a teacher or a nonteaching employee without applying for it does not arise.

                                    Sd/- A. Gupta for Secretary.

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                                      Clarification of Medical Leave
                                      WEST BENGAL BOARD OF SECONDARY EDUCATION
                                      No. 9246/G, Date : 28.10.83
                                      To: The Education Officer, Municipal Corporation, Chandernagore, Dist. Hooghly.
                                      Sub: Clarification in respect of leave on medical ground under Rule 4 of the Leave Rules of teachers and non-teaching employees of recognised non-Govt. Institutions.
                                      Dear Sir,
                                      In reply to your letter No. Ed/3C/83/83 date 9.9.83 on the subject noted above, I am directed to state that in all cases, approved teachers/non-teaching employees serving in a Secondary institution for more than a year, will be entitled to leave salary during the period of leave on medical ground, duly sanctioned by the school authority for disbursement of salary to the incumbent concerned. A certificate of fitness will be required to be produced by the incumbent concerned at the time of resumption of duties in the school after the expiry of leave on medical ground.
                                      Yours faithfully,
                                      Sd/- A. Gupta
                                      for Secretary.

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                                        Clarifications of Leave Rules
                                        WEST BENGAL BOARD OF SECONDARY EDUCATION
                                        No. 26/3/8/-G099-110/112, Date: 16.4.87
                                        To: The Headmistress, K. J. Vidyapith for Girls, Calcutta.
                                        Sub: Clarification of Leave Rules.
                                        Ref: Your letter dt. 5.2.87.
                                        Madam,
                                        I am directed to inform you that if a teacher intends to avail herself of casual leave from Monday to Saturday and resumes her duty on next Monday, both the Sundays affixing and prefixing the period of leave will be counted to her leave and that according to Rule of the Leave Rules casual leave is not admissible.
                                        Yours faithfully,
                                        Sd/- L. Roy
                                        for Secretary.

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                                          Clarification of Quarantine Leave
                                          WEST BENGAL BOARD OF SECONDARY EDUCATION
                                          No. 411/B/217-110/173.3, Date: 5.2.88
                                          To: The Headmaster, Tiljala Brajanath Vidyapith.
                                          Sub: Quarantine Leave.
                                          Ref: Your letter dt. 17.11.87.
                                          Dear Sir,
                                          I am directed to state that as per existing leave rules quarantine leave is admissible in case of Small Pox only, while Chicken Pox cannot be considered for the purpose of granting quarantine leave.
                                          Yours faithfully,
                                          Sd/- Illegible
                                          for Secretary.

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