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Thanks for clearing the concept, which apply in practical field.
if a state govt.employee take leave without any giving any intimation to head of office,how would it effect to his service?
I learnt from one of my senior colleague that an employee must intimate within 72 hours of absence of duty. Otherwise, office may start, if necessary, disciplinary action against the employee.
But I could not find the relevant rules regarding this.
@ Torkona: If anyone can provide the above rules, then your observation is proper and the whole facts become clear.
@ Torkona: I searched WBSR today but could not find any rules where prior permission is mandated. It may be mandatory in Schools but in State Govt. Offices it is not mandatory. Both the systems- prior application / post application is practiced in State Govt. Offices. However, your derivation is appreciable and seems logical.
nemo is right. There is no mandate in this regard. Casual leave is not understood as ‘absence from duty’. One employee may even take CL even when he is in official tour. But, Government in an Office and/or as a whole may restrict its employees to avail C.L. Question may be raised if it is not ‘absence from duty’ why there is possibility to bar it. Actually as Torkona said, it is a bit confusing but it is mostly because its tag as ‘Leave’ and ‘Leave can not be claimed as right’. On the other hand, one employee may even do his duty while on C.L. if he wants to, a bit strange though, but there are instances.
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