FORM NO. 11-A (Ad. G. Form no. 2)

[See Paragraph (33) of the Appendix at the end of Part III and Subsidiary Rule 81]

Form of leave account under the ordinary leave rules in the Fundamental Rules in Part I of this volume

Leave account of____________________ Date of attaining the age of 58 years____________
Date of commencement of service_______ Date of coming under civil leave rules___________

Date of contract, if any________________

Leave earned

Leave at credit

Leave taken

Balance (on return from leave)

           

On average pay

On half or quarter average pay

 

Duty

1/11th of duty subsequent to coming under Fundamental Rules [Rule 81 (b)(ii)]

Balance of 2/11th of duty subsequent to coming under Fundamental Rules.

1/11th of duty subsequent to coming under Fundamental Rules [Rule 81 (b)(ii)] (Columns 16+4)

Balance of 2/11th of duty subsequent to coming under Fundamental Rules (Columns 17+5)

Total (Columns 6+7)

Dates

Against entries in column

Against limit of one year for leave on medical certificate and leave spent elsewhere than in India, [Proviso to rule 81(b)(ii)]

Dates

Actual period

Actual period converted into period in terms of leave on average pay

Total (Columns 10+11+14)

Of leave equivalent to 1/11th of duty subsequent to coming under Fundamental Rules. [Fundamental Rule 81 (b) (ii)]. (Column 6—10).

Of leave equivalent to balance 2/11th of duty subsequent to coming under Fundamental Rules (Column 7)—(Columns 11+14)

Total (Columns 8—15).

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FORMS

INSTRUCTIONS FOR FILLING UP FORM NO. 11—A

1. The account is to be maintained in terms of leave on average pay. For this purpose actual periods of leave taken on half or quarter average pay, as entered in column 13, should be divided by 2 and posted in column 14.

2. In the case of government servants who were subject to the Civil Service Regulations leave rules before they elected the Fundamental Rules the account should commence with an opening entry in columns 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 11, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17 and 18. The words "Due on (data of coming under the Fundamental Rules)" should be written across columns 1, 2, and 3, and against these words credit under rule 77 (b) (ii) (1) should be given in column 4 and column 6, and that under rule 77 (b) (ii) (2) and rule 77 (c) in column 5 and column 7, while debit for commuted furlough taken under the old leave rules should be given in column 11 and that under rule 78 note (2) (i) (a) in column 13 one-half of the latter being entered in column 14. The sum total of the entries in columns 0 and 7 and in columns 11 and 14 should be entered in columns 8 and 15 respectively. The difference between the entries in columns 8 and 15 should be entered in column 18, and the entry in column 4 or 6 should be repeated in column 16, while the entry in column 5 or 7, minus the sum total of the entries in columns 11 and 14, should be shown in column 17.

3. When a government servant applies for leave columns 1 to 8 should be filled up. Columns 1, 2 and 3 should show the Government served under and the period of duty up to the date preceding that on which the government servant intends to go on leave and columns 4 and 5 should each show 1/11th of this period (but see note 2 below), the sum total of the two entries representing the period of leave (i.e., 2/11ths of duty) earned under rule 77 (b) (3). To the new entry in column 4 should be added the last entry in column 16, and the resultant figure should be posted in column 6, similarly in the new entry in column 5 should be added the last entry in column 17 and the resultant figure should be posted in column 7. The total of the entries in columns 6 and 7 will be shown in column 8.

NOTE 1—If during the period of duty prior to a government servant’s going on leave he has served under two or more Government, the period of duty and the leave earned under each Government should be shown in separate lines in columns 1 to 5 and the sum total of the new entries in column 4, and the last entry in column 16 should be posted in column 6 and of those in column 5 and the last entry in column 17 in column 7, the total of the entries in columns 6 and 7 being shown in column 8.

NOTE 2—The sum total of the entries in column 5, inclusive of the opening entry mentioned in paragraph 2 of these instructions, should not exceed 2 years [rule 81(a) (II)] and no entry should be made in this column when this limit of 2 years is reached.

When columns 1 to 8 have been posted column 8 will show the maximum amount of leave which may be granted in terms of leave on average pay [but see rule 81 (d)], to a government servant on the date on which he intends to go on leave. The maximum amount of leave on average pay which may be granted on that date with medical certificate or out of India and Ceylon, will be the sum total of the last entry in column 6 and the unspent balance of "one year", limited to 8 months at a time, provided this sum total is covered by the period entered in column 8, in the case of leave in India or Ceylon without medical certificate, the maximum will be the last entry in column 6, limited to 4 months at a time. The limits of 8 and 4 months may be exceeded as provided in the note to Fundamental Rule 81 (b).

4. When a government servant returns from leave columns 9 to 18 should be filled up. The periods of leave taken on average pay should be entered in columns 9, 10 and 11; that taken on medical certificate or spent elsewhere than in India, Ceylon, Nepal, Burma or Aden, should be entered in column 11 till the limit of one year is reached, and thereafter in column 10. When a period of leave on average pay taken on medical certificate or spent elsewhere than in India, Ceylon, etc., is combined with a period of other leave on average pay, the two periods should, for so long as the limit of one year is not reached, be treated as constituting separate spells of leave and the actual period of each kind of leave entered in column 10 or 11, as the case may be. The actual periods of leave on half or quarter average pay (together with leave on subsistence grant under the note to Fundamental Rule 88) and overstayal of leave (vide Fundamental Rule 73) should be entered in column 13 and one-half of it in column 14.

NOTE 1—Leave on average pay taken under the Fundamental Rules in India without medical certificate in excess of the last entry in column 6 before the deletion of "plus one year" from rule 81(b)(ii) should be entered in column 11.

NOTE 2—If the leave taken on half average pay exceeds the amount at credit on half average pay, the excess should be shown in red ink in column 17. If this debit shown in column 17 exceeds the credit if any, shown in column 16, the net debit in column 18 will be recorded in red ink. The entry in column 18 is the leave due under Fundamental Rule 80. The balance of leave due on average pay shown in column 16 remains unaffected by any debit entries in column 17 and 18, but cannot be utilized until, under the operation of Fundamental Rules 77 and 81(e), leave again becomes due under Fundamental Rule 80 and then only to the extent of the leave due.

5. The total period of leave in terms of leave on average pay taken in a government servant’s whole service, as entered in column 15, should not exceed the privilege leave credited to him in column 4 on his coming under the Fundamental Rules plus all periods of leave subsequently entered in that column plus 2 1/2 years.

6. When a government servant is transferred to service under another government a separate account should be opened in this form for showing the leave earned under that Government and the leave the cost of which is debited to that Government. This account will be in addition to the main leave account which must be a complete record of all leave earned and taken under these rules throughout his service.

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