HPL for Primary teachers.
September 26, 2012 at 4:32 am #67920
If I want too take Half average pay leave on every/most of the saturdays to attend my B.Ed class(for which I do not have prior permission as I am a primary teacher) can I avail it when other leaves including casual leave,commuted leave remain in my account un-exausted?September 26, 2012 at 12:10 pm #74473
Dear brother. I went through the relivant rules and not found any such criteria. I am producing the same below.
Half Pay Leave – A teacher may be granted half pay leave on appropriate medical certificate on the ground of his / her illness orprivate affairs not exceeding 30 days for each completed year of service:
Provided that no half pay leave shall granted for more than 180 days at a time.
Source: https://wbxpress.com/west-bengal-primary … ules-1999/
Once I hard from memo that Commuted Leave can not be taken on medical ground if there is medical leave is due to the credit of a teacher.
I invite more interaction of other members.September 26, 2012 at 12:42 pm #74480
You may take half average pay when you need.An incumbent earned 15 days of HPL every year. For example-06/07/2011 to 05/07/2012,15 HPL deposit in his/her credit on 06/07/2012.,In the leave register max.60 days of HPL will deposit. When it reduced then it will deposit again. Please see below.
There is no provision to deposit ‘ commuted leave’ in the service book of an incumbent.There is a column for half average pay. In our service book, we earned 15 days of medical leave and 15 days of HAP(Half Average Pay) after the 1st year. Similarly we earned 60 days of medical leave and 60 days of HAP after the 4th year. But in our service book , we earned 75 days of medical leave and 60 days of HAP after the 5th year. That means medical leave credited 365 days in whole service year, but the HAP leave is credited 60 days.
Now it is known that 2 days of HAP = 1 day of commuted live. We don’t enjoy more then 365 days of medical leave in our service life but there is no days bar to enjoy HAPL if there is credited sufficient number of days.
An incumbent took 20 days of HAP after the completion 4th years of service. Then his balance of HAP will be (15 X 4)-20=40 days.For the next year the balance will be 40 + 15 = 55, and next year it will be 60 in the place of 70 (55+15 = 70). Now the incumbent takes 30 days of HAP, then the balance will be 60-30 = 30. Next year it will credit 30 +15 = 45.
An incumbent can enjoy 30 days of COMMUTED LEAVE in his all service life (60/2=30) with full pay.
In case of HAP ,the SALARY for 15 days of September, will as followed:-
suppose Rs.20000/- is B.P. of an incumbent.
a) Half of Basic Pay= Rs.10000/- (b) 45% of D.A. of this calculated Basic Pay= Rs. 4500/-(c) 15% of H.R.A. on full Basic pay = Rs.3000/- (d) Rs.300 Medical allowance . Total Salary for this month =Rs. 17800/
September is 30 DAYS. So ,the HAP for 15 days will be 17800/30 x 15days = 8900/-
Both half average pay and commuted leave can be suffix, prefix as well as medical leave. Commuted leave can enjoy only there is no medical leave in balance. But half average pay leave can enjoy in medical ground or personal needs although there is sufficient medical leave in account. This leave is sanctioned by the S/A.September 26, 2012 at 3:29 pm #74491
If I submit the leave application (HPL) at school before the HT to forward it to the sanctioning authority and I absent myself will it be right?
Or what can be the alternative way to get these leaves sanctioned (because if the SA is the council, it will take time) and I want to avail the leave on almost every Saturday. So it is not possible to visit the DPSC every week. Waiting for your suggestion.
Thanks,September 26, 2012 at 4:16 pm #74495
Your Head Teacher will grant such leave according your application of HPL. There is no need to forward this application to the Circle Inspector. You may discuss about it with the D.I.(Primary) and ask his opinion.
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