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  • #70294
    Anonymous

    Want a general discussion on Maternity Leave mentioning its enhancement time to time at least from 1980. At present ML=180 days (w.e.f =?), Previously it was 135 days(w.e.f =?),120 days (w.e.f= ?), 90 days (w.e.f= ?)

    #81264
    Anonymous

    90 days vide Memo No. 1541-Edn(s)/21-2/77 dt. 15-12-1977
    120 days vide Memo No. 79-Edn(s) dt. 28-01-1994
    135 days vide Memo No. 444-SE(S) dt. 22-03-2004
    180 days vide Memo No. 934/ES/S/2L-01/2011 dt. 12-08-2011 (w.e.f. 01-01-2011)

    #81266
    Anonymous
    gpgarain, post: 15444, member: 2837 wrote:
    90 days vide Memo No. 1541-Edn(s)/21-2/77 dt. 15-12-1977
    120 days vide Memo No. 79-Edn(s) dt. 28-01-1994
    135 days vide Memo No. 444-SE(S) dt. 22-03-2004
    180 days vide Memo No. 934/ES/S/2L-01/2011 dt. 12-08-2011 (w.e.f. 01-01-2011)

    Thanks

    #81267
    Anonymous

    [USER=50]@SDG_SUBHAM[/USER]: Please use “like” button, instead of a “thanks giving post” according to forum rule.

    #81611
    Anonymous
    gpgarain, post: 15444, member: 2837 wrote:
    90 days vide Memo No. 1541-Edn(s)/21-2/77 dt. 15-12-1977
    120 days vide Memo No. 79-Edn(s) dt. 28-01-1994
    135 days vide Memo No. 444-SE(S) dt. 22-03-2004
    180 days vide Memo No. 934/ES/S/2L-01/2011 dt. 12-08-2011 (w.e.f. 01-01-2011)

    Memo no is given only. Plz. mention the effect date.

    #81612
    Anonymous
    STDVIDYAMANDIR, post: 15995, member: 1470 wrote:
    Memo no is given only. Plz. mention the effect date.

    No effect date is mentioned there except in the last one. This is why, the effect dates are not mentioned here.

    #81619
    Anonymous

    Where the date of effect in not mentioned, there the date of notification is consider as effecting date.
    follow the attachment

    #82047
    Anonymous

    Hiii…before how many days of delivery a woman can take maternity leave??

    #82048
    Anonymous

    There is no hard and fast rule regarding this. But one would be allowed to take ML after obtaining the Doctor’s Certificate mentioning the probable date of delivery and medical advice and of course the leave should cover the date of delivery.

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