Surrender of Earned Leave without availing of Leave - GO 172 Dated 1.7.1974

Leave Rules - Earned Leave and leave on average pay surrender of leave without availing of leave - Orders Issued. FINANCE AND PLANNING (FIN.WING.PRI) DEPARTMENT  Earned leave on average pay -- surrender of leave without availing of leave Orders - Issued. 
[G.O.Ms.No. 172. Fin & Plg. (Fin. Wing. FRI) Dept., Dt. 1-7-1974]

Surrender of Earned Leave without availing of Leave - GO 172 Dated 1.7.1974

Earned leave on average pay - Surrender of leave without availing of leave Orders - Issued. 
[G.O.Ms.No. 172. Fin & Plg. (Fin. Wing. FRI) Dept., Dt. 1-7-1974] 
Ref. :- 
3. GO.Ms No 160 Finance  FR-I Department 6.6.1970 

ORDER:-
1. According to the Instruction 1(i) of the G.O. read above. Government servants both Gazetted and non-Gazetted who take Earned Leave for a period of not less than 30 days will be allowed to surrender the balance of the Earned Leave to their credit on the date of commencement of leave, or any portion thereof at their option, subject to a maximum of 30 days and will be sanctioned leave-salary and allowances in lieu of the leave so surrendered.

2. The Andhra Pradesh Non-Gazetted Officers' Association have represented, that due to exigencies of service a majority of the employees, particularly in the mofussil, are unable to take leave and as such are unable to avail themselves of the concession offered. They have therefore requested that --
  • (1) The element of linking the surrender and encashment of leave with actually going on leave be dispensed with;
  • (2) The employees may be permitted to surrender straight away not more than 15/30 days' Earned Leave once in 12/24 months interval, as the case may be, encash the same without going on leave.
3. Government have carefully examined the matter and hereby permit all Government servants both Gazetted and non-Gazetted to surrender earned leave not exceeding 15 days once in a year without actually having to go on leave and receive cash value equivalent to leave-salary and allowances in lieu of the leave so surrendered. The interval between the surrender of earned leave should be not less than 12 months. For example, if a Government servant avails himself of surrendered leave from 1st July, 1974, he will be eligible for the next surrender of earned leave only on or after 1st July, 1975. Where the interval is 24 months and more, the Government servants can avail of surrendered leave not exceeding 30 days only. The orders sanctioning surrendered leave should specifically indicate the date from which the Government servant is permitted to surrender leave, so that necessary entries could be made in his service records.

4. The leave salary and allowances admissible for the leave surrendered shall be the leave salary and allowances to which the Government servant is eligible as on the date of surrender

5. The other conditions governing the scheme in the G.O. cited and amended from time to time will continue to be in force.

6. The benefit of these orders will be admissible for the first time only after a lapse of twelve or twenty-four months (as the case may be) from the date of expiry of the earned leave to which the previous surrender under G.O. first cited related.
B.P. Vithal
Secretary to Government  

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