Rc.362 Guidelines for Preservation of Earned Leaves (ELs) to Teachers in Summer Vacation

INSTRUCTIONS ON EARNED LEAVESRc.No.362/E1-1/2013 Dated: 16-11-2013 Guidelines and Instructions for Preservation of Earned Leaves (ELs) to Teachers in Summer Vacation for Election Duty / Enumeration Census / Trainings etc. DSE has issued Guidelines and Clarifications on Sanctioning of Earned Leaves to Teachers under Ruling 15 under FR 82 and instructed all DEOs and MEOs to follow the uniform procedure and follow the instructions given this proceedings for preservation of Earned Leaves. ELs Preservation Norms for Teachers worked in Summer Vacation. Rc.362 Guidelines for Preservation of Earned Leaves (ELs) to Teachers in Summer Vacation. Earned Leave Sanctioning Rules Guidelines Norms for Election Duty Work

Rc.362/E1-1/2013 Instructions on Preservation of Earned Leaves (ELs)

Rc.362 Guidelines for Preservation of Earned Leaves to Teachers in Summer Vacation

Details are as follows:
Sub:- School Education – Drafting of teaching staff during summer vacation for Election duty/ enumeration censes / Training etc., Mission Mode Project in School Education – Orders Issued -Reg.
     All the District Educational Officer in the State are informed that, the teachers Association are frequently requesting to issue clarificatory instructions to all the District Educational Officers with regard to preservation of Earned Leave to teachers and other employees working in schools as all the Deputy Educational Officers and MEOs are not following uniform procedure. Therefore, the instructions are hereby reiterated in connection with prevention from availment of summer vacation and preservation of E.L.
  1. The teaching and non-teaching staff working in the schools / Educational Institutions who have availed the vacation / summer vacation, 6 days of E.L. in two spells i.e. three (3) days from 1st January to 30th June, and three (3) days from 1st July to 31st December in a calendar year may be credited to their leave account as per G.O.Ms.No.317, Education (Ser.V) Dept., dated 15.09.1994. 
  2. Prevention may be accorded during vacation including summer vacation as per the need and necessity and exigencies of work viz., examination related work / training etc. 
  3. Regarding prevention of the staff to prevent the following staff from the Educational Institutions. – (1) Headmaster, (2) Junior Assistant / Record Assistant, and (3) Office subordinate. If there is no Junior Assistant / Record Assistant, Seniormost teacher may be prevented from availing of summer vacation, in any case the prevented staff should not exceed three (3) persons. 
  4. Any prevention of teaching / non-teaching staff during the vacation / summer vacation should be by a general or special / specific order of higher authority / competent authority. 
  5. Ruling 15 under FR 82 is that “If a Government servant of the vacation department does duties during vacation and separately remunerated therefore, he should not be considered as having been deprived of vacation.” However, the teaching and non-teaching who are prevented from availing vacation / summer vacation for attending the duties such as preparation / revision of electoral rolls, enumeration, census and received remuneration shall not be treated as remuneration in terms of G.O.Ms.No.35, Edn., dated 16.01.1981 and G.O.Ms.No.355, GAD, dated 19.05.1991. 
  6. Regarding remuneration paid in connection with attending the examination work viz., spot valuation and instant examinations, receipt of TA and DA during training programmes shall be treated as remuneration and does not comes under prevention 
  7. The Number of days of prevention/summer vacation shall be considered to have foregone vacation is the one that actually spent in attending to the duties assigned in terms of G.O.Ms.No.114, Finance, dated 28.04.2005. 
  8. In any case the total number of E.Ls. accrued by virtue of prevention of vacation/summer vacation shall not exceed 30 days (inclusive of 6 days) 
  9. Therefore, all the District Educational Officer in the state are requested to take necessary action in the matter.
  10. This has the approval of the Commissioner and Director of School Education, Andhra Pradesh, Hyderabad.

8 comments:

  1. good evening sir.
    if a teacher does census work in other than his native district, is he or she is eligible for leave preservation or not?
    ex: native district medak but did census duty as enumerator in rangareddy , having appointment and attendance certificates given by the authorities of alwal muncipality rangareddy district. please give clarification.

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  2. how many ELs shall be credited to teachers for 2 days cooperative society elections from 2.6.13 to 3.6.13

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  3. good mornig sir. iam seetha shankar sah.hindi pandit gr 2 in zphs sunket. mondal morthad.dist nzb.i releievd july 18 2014 from deo nzb for going to marathi language traing program PUNE of CCIL MYSUR.BRANCH AT PUNE.IT IS 10 months program. i passed the course 81% marks .the course completed on 30.04.2015. i joined in DIST EDUCATIONAL OFFICE NIZAMABAD ON 01.05.2015. SUMMER VECATIONS TO SCHOOLS 24.APRIL TO 11 JUNE. RE OPEN ON 12.JUNE EVRY YEAR. SO I WAS TRAINING PERIOD AT 24, to 30 april 2015 . these seven days also iam at duty. so i got eligible for taking EARNED LEAVES OR NOT .PLE GIVE ME THE DETAILS. MY MOBILE NO IS 09866432193.

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  4. Good morning sir I have worked many time in elections off.
    1. worked as supervisor with BLO for 45 days in summer vacation
    2.worked three times as personal staff of RETURNING OFFICER IN elections.
    I m working as a teacher in Delhi may I get EL for my those vacation days in which I worked if yes with order number circular please.

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  5. Please tell sir apms non teaching staff should not have holidays like dasra,sankranthi

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  6. Please tell sir apms non teaching staff should not have holidays like dasra,sankranthi

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  7. I was given 15 days special e.l.for census duty which can be combined with any other leave. Can these be combined with CCL

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