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September 20, 2017 at 12:10 pm #70748
Can a newly joined primary school teacher get casual leave? What is the meaning of continuous and satisfactory performance? Does it mean that he cannot take any leave?September 24, 2017 at 2:59 pm #82591
YES………..Leave admissible to the Primary teacher
The Primary teachers appointed substantively may be allowed the following kinds of leave:
(a) Casual Leave – Casual Leave for short period may be granted at the discretion of the
sanctioning authority to a teacher on full pay for not more than 14 days during a calendar year
but it shall not entail an absence of more than 7 consecutive days at a time, including Sundays
and / or holidays, except under very special circumstances to be recorded in writing.
Provided that Sundays and / or holidays preceding, following or intervening any period of casual leave shall not be counted as part of such leave.
(b) Maternity Leave-
(i) A female teacher or non-teaching employees may be granted maternity leave on
full average pay for a period of 180 days from the date of commencement.
(ii) Maternity leave may be granted to such female teacher on full pay not
exceeding a period of 45 days in case of miscarriage or abortion if the request for
such leave is supported by an appropriate medical certificate from a registered
(c) Compensatory leave – If a teacher under specific orders of the Primary School Council is detained for duties and prevented from availing himself / herself, either in full or in part, of
the vacation, during which the Primary Schools remains closed, he / she shall be entitled to
get leave on full pay for the number of days which is such proportion of 30 days as the number
of days of vacation not taken leave to the full vacation of the year, subject to the conditions that
such detention of the teacher and a copy of the order shall forthwith be forwarded to the
Board, and that when such leave amounts to 240 days at the credit of permanent teacher, he /
she shall cease to earn such leave.
(d) Half Pay Leave – A teacher may be granted half pay leave on appropriate medical
certificate on the ground of his / her illness or private 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.
(e) Commuted Leave – Commuted leave, not exceeding half the amount of half pay leave due, may be granted on medical ground on production of appropriate medical certificate or on the ground of private affairs subject to the conditions that –
(i) the commuted leave during the entire period of service shall be limited to the
maximum of 180 days on full pay;
(ii) that twice the amount of commuted leave granted shall be debited against the
half pay leave due; and
(iii) that the total duration of the commuted leave taken in conjunction with the
compensatory leave in lieu of duty during vacation in terms of Clause (d) subject
further to the conditions that
(A) no commuted leave under this Clause may be granted, unless the authority
competent to sanction leave has reason to believe that the teacher will return to
duty on its expiry, and
a teacher on commuted leave is entitled to leave salary equal to twice the
amount admissible to him under Clause (d) above.
(f) Leave on Medical Ground – A permanent teacher may be granted leave on medical
ground on full pay for a period of 15 days for each completed year of service spent on duty on
production of resuming charge:
Provided that the total period of such leave shall not exceed 180 days during the entire period of service; Provided that the total period of such leave in conjunction with leave in terms of Clauses (c) and (d) shall not exceed the maximum limit as prescribed in Clause(d).
(g) Extraordinary Leave without Pay – Extraordinary leave without pay may be granted to a teacher under special circumstances when no other leave may commute retrospectively the
period of absence without leave into extraordinary leave without pay:
Provided that the total duration of such leave in conjunction with any other leave shall not, at
any time, exceed 24 months.
(h) Special Leave – Special leave with full pay may be granted on grounds and for the period
as stated in the following Clauses –
(i) in case of detention in lawful custody without trial for the period of such
(ii) in case of prolonged illness making the teacher bed-ridden for a long time not
exceeding 18 months; in such cases the Council shall be the leave sanctioning
authority on scrutiny of the application accompanied by appropriate medical
(iii) for participation in conferences, Council meetings or meetings of recognized
All India Federation of Teachers’ Association for the actual period required on
production of certificate of actual attendance from the Associations;
(iv) for attending as delegates at the annual general conference / meetings of
recognized association of Primary Teachers for the actual period required
including the days taken for the forward and return journeys to and from the venue
of such conference / meeting subject to submission of certificates of actual
attendance from the Association.
(i) Quarantine Leave – Quarantine leave being the leave of absence from duty necessitated by order not to attend School in consequences of the presence of infectious disease in the family or household of a teacher may be granted such leave over and above or in continuation of other kinds of leave for a period not exceeding 21 days or in exceptional circumstances, 30
days on submission of a certificate from Medical or Public Health Office subject to the
condition that any leave necessary for quarantine purpose in excess of this period shall be
treated as absent from the duty and his pay is not intermitted.
List of infectious diseases for the purpose of the Clause is given below:-
(i) Small Pox (ii) Scarlet fever (iii) Plague (Bueekmonic or Bubionic) (iv) Typhus
and (v) Cerebro-spinal meningitis.
Teachers appointed on deputation against deputation vacancy or purely temporary basis
are entitled to enjoy casual leave for a period of proportionate to their service in the relevant
Prefixing or suffixing of holidays –
Leave other that casual leave may be prefixed to Sundays / holidays / vacations, as the case
may be, but intervening Sundays / holidays / vacation shall be counted alongwith the relevant
Sanctioning Authority –
(i) The concerned Sub-Inspector of Schools shall be the authority for sanctioning casual leave
to teachers in Primary Schools maintained by the Council in the Districts. The Council shall be
the authority for sanctioning other kinds of leave after considering the recommendations of
the District Inspector of School (Primary Education) or an Officer authorized in this behalf,
not below the rank of Sub-Inspector of Schools. The Council shall also make necessary acting
(ii) A teacher shall submit leave application through the Head Teacher of his School while the
Head Teachers shall leave application through the existing Managing Committee /
Administrator of the School.
(iii) On leave application being submitted by a teacher, the Sub-Inspector of School concerned
shall draw up the salary bill of teacher including the period of leave admissible and due to the
teacher with leave statement in anticipation of the leave being sanctioned by the competent
(i) No kind of leave except casual leave and medical leave can be availed without written
application and previous sanctione by the comepetent authority except under very
exceptional circumstances which should be explained in writing to the satisfaction of the leave
sanctioning authority. The application of casual leave, where previous sanction have not been
obtained, must, however be submitted as early as possible and in any case, not later than the
date of resuming the duties. In case of medical leave exceeding 7 (seven) days, for which no
prior applications has been made and a sanction obtained, the intimation of absence must be
communicated to the leave sanctioning authority through proper channel with appropriate
medical certificate if there is delay submitting leave application in proper manner.
(ii) Any kind of leave except casual leave and compensatory leave, may be granted in
combination with or in continuation of any other kind of leave, subject to such limits, as
(iii) Leave cannot be claimed as right and the sanctioning authority reserves the right to
refuse or revoke leave of any description, if, in the opinion of the authority, the exigencies of
the circumstances so demand.
October 11, 2017 at 1:30 pm #82599
So is it proportionate? As the teacher is temporary during his probation period.
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