Now “No Government servant shall be granted leave of any kind for a continuous period of five years.” If an employee does this, he will be dismissed from government service.
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central government Some frequently asked questions on leave rules and eligibility for its employees i.e. Leave FAQ have been issued. It has been said that now “no Government servant shall be granted leave of any kind for a continuous period of five years.” If an employee does this, he will be dismissed from government service.
In response to a frequently asked question, it was stated that generally, absence from duty with or without leave for a continuous period of more than five years other than foreign service means that such Government servant has ceased to be from Government service. has resigned.
FAQ It stated that the sanction of leave encashment, as in practice, should be given in advance at the time of sanction of LTC. In response to another query, the Union Personnel Ministry said that ex-facto sanction of leave encashment on LTC may be treated as an exception in appropriate cases within the prescribed time limit for submission of LTC claims.
Will get approval for 12 months at a time
The ministry said, CHS (central health service) Except for officers, the maximum period of study leave is limited to 24 months of the entire service period and can normally be granted up to 12 months at a time. It said that the maximum limit for post graduate qualification for CHS officers is 36 months.
child care leave
In response to another query related to child care leave, the ministry said, child care leave is granted to a female employee to look after minor children. Provided that if the child is studying abroad or the Government servant has to go abroad for the care of the child, he may do so subject to such other conditions as may be prescribed for the purpose.