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Leave Without Pay for B.Ed Examination after Joining

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  • #69724
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      I was persuing B.Ed and almost completed the course only the examination were left before joining as a/t in hs section at additional post. My joining date is 08/07/2011. The 08 days of exam, were between 12/07/2011 to 30/07/2011, are permitted by MC and considered as Leave Without Pay. I attend the school on non-exam days. Now the MC suggesting me to apply for those days for sanctioning Leave WITH PAY. My quaries are
      1)How to fill the service book in nature of leave column at Without Pay?
      2)In service will it fill by from 08/07/2011 to 15/07/2012; 16/07/2012 to 15/07/2013 &so on at Without Pay?
      3)Will 10 years benefit on 17/07/2021?
      4)But if it santioned by DSE as Leave With Pay, in which way could I change above 2 column which were already written?
      5)When will the 10 years benefit Leave are sanctioned as With Pay?
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      #79741
      unknown
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        DON’T WORRY. YOU MAY APPLY TO THE WBBSE FOR STUDY LEAVE WITH PROPER PAPERS. ONE SUCH COPY MUST BE FORWARDED TO TH CONCERNED D/I(S.E). YOU SHALL GET THE STUDY LEAVE. SO THE PORTION OF SALARY DEDUCTED MUST GET BACK.

        #79742
        unknown
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          Thanks Mr. Dutta. But in Service Book1) at nature of leave column It is written about E.O.L.(Leave without pay) for 08 days ; 2) at leave account at period of duty column it is written From 08/07/2011 to 15/07/2011 (i.e. 08 days deferred);&3)at salary acquitance salary deduction calculated and mentioner. If study leave is sanctioned what will be these entried? How these column need to write?

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