LEAVE

(76—78)

Section IV—GRANT OF LEAVE

76. A leave account shall be maintained for each government servant.

Audit instructions regarding rule 76

Two sets of leave accounts may be maintained in the case of government servants who served under district boards for whom contribution for leave has not paid.

Auditor-General’s decision under rule 76

The overstayal of leave taken by a government servant before January 1st, 1922, should not be debited in his leave account.

77. In the leave account of a government servant shall be credited—

(i) if he was recruited before January 1, 1931, two-elevenths of the period spent on duty; and

(ii) if he was recruited on or after January 1, 1931 but before January 1, 1936, three-twenty-seconds of the period spent on duty.

NOTE—The following credits shown in the leave account of a government servant recruited prior to January 1, 1922, shall stand:

(1) the privilege leave which was, on the date on which he became subject to the Fundamental Rules, permissible to grant to him under the rules in force prior to that date, plus

(2) one-twelfth of the period spent on duty or on privilege leave prior to that date, plus

(3) two-elevenths of the period spent on duty subsequent to that date, plus

(4) in the case of a government servant who was subject, at the time when the Fundamental Rules came into force, to the Indian Service Leave Rules which were in force in January, 1920, one-third of any period of leave on medical certificate taken under those rules.

Audit instructions regarding rule 77

1. Fractions of a day should not appear in the leave accounts. Fractions below should be ignored and those of or more should be reckoned as one day.

2. †Five-twenty-seconds of the period spent on duty should be calculated thus:

The amount of duty as expressed in terms of years, months and days should be multiplied by five and the product divided by twenty-two. In this process of multiplication and division a month should be reckoned as equal to 30 days.

Two-elevenths of the period spent on duty should also be calculated similarly.

 

†Mentioned in Fundamental Rule 77 in Part I of this Volume.

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78. In the case of a government servant for whom a leave account is maintained, the amount of leave debited against his account is—

(a) the actual period of leave on average pay, including any furlough on average salary taken under rules in force prior to January 1, 1922, but excluding special disability leave on average pay under rule 83(7), and

(b) half the period of leave on half average pay (other than special disability leave) or on quarter average pay or of special disability leave on average pay under rule 83(7) (b).

NOTE—(1) No privilege leave taken under the former Civil Leave Rules is debitable under (a) above.

NOTE—(2) Furlough, leave on medical certificate and special leave with allowances taken under the Indian Service Leave Rules as they stood before January 1, 1922, are debitable under (b) above.

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