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Surrender of EL on 1st Jan /1st July Advance Credit of EL Memo No 50798 Dated 22-11-79 Clarification

Surrender of leave while in service and encashment of leave on retirement -- Crediting advance credit of leave -- Instructions -- Issued. If a Government Servant Avails or Surrenders Earned Leave/Privilege Leave on 1st January/1st July of any year, this quantum of leave availed of/surrendered should be debited to his leave account first and the advance credit of Earned Leave/Privilege Leave as per eligibility due for that half year, should then be added to his leave account. Clarification Surrender of EL on 1st Jan /1st July Advance Credit of EL Memo No 50798 Dated 22-11-79
Cir. Memo. No. 50798/1063/FR-1/79-1, 22-11-79

Clarification Surrender of EL on 1st Jan /1st July Advance Credit of EL Memo No 50798 Dated 22-11-79

Ref. :--
1. G.O.Ms.No. 334, Fin.&Plg.(F.W.F.R.I) Dept., Dt. 28-9-1977.
2. G.O.Ms.No.  384,Fin.&Plg.(F.W.F.R.I) Dept., Dt. 5-11-1977.
3. G.O.Ms.No. 415,Fin.&Plg.(F.W.F.R.I) Dept Dt.30-11-1977.

Order :--
1. According to para 1(i)(a) of the G.O. 2nd cited, the account of leave of each regular Government Servant should be credited with 30 days Earned Leave in two installments, 15 days on the 1st of January and 1st of July every year. As per para 3 of the said G.O., the credit retire or resigns from service shall be afforded only at the rate of 2 days per completed month in that half year upto the date of retirement/resignation.

2. A point has arisen whether in the case of Government Servants who on 31st December/30th June of a year have 180 days Earned Leave/privilege Leave to their credit and who intend to avail leave or surrender leave on 1st January/ 1st July should be allowed to Avail/Surrender from the accumulated 180 days first or the advance credit of 15 days leave be added on 1st January/1st July to their leave account and the maximum accumulation of Earned Leave/privilege Leave restricted to 180 days.
3. Since the advance credit of leave on 1st January and 1st July of every year is given to facilitate Government Servants either to Avail/Surrender Leave in case of necessity and to be detrimental to their interest, it is hereby clarified that if a Government Servant Avails or Surrenders Earned Leave/Privilege Leave on 1st January/1st July of any year, this quantum of leave availed of/surrendered should be debited to his leave account first and the advance credit of Earned Leave/Privilege Leave as per eligibility due for that half year, should then be added to his leave account.

4. The above clarification applies to all cases arising from 1st January. 1978 i.e., the date from which advance credit of Earned Leave/Privilege Leave was ordered to be added in the G.O. 2nd cited.

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