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THE PRESCRIBED LEAVE RULES, 1959 – prescribed leave rules – Earn Leave

Earn Leave – They apply to all Government servants including those of non-Asiatic domicile under the rule-making control of the provincial Government who entered service on or after the 1st July 1959 and to those who elect to be governed by them under rule 2, and when so applicable, shall be in substitution of the corresponding provisions of the East Pakistan Service Rules or of any other relevant rules.

Option-(1)Government servants who entered service before the 1st July 1959 may elect to continue to be governed by the existing leave rules applicable to them or to accept these rules. (2) The option given by sub-rule (1) shall be exercised within a period of six months from the date of publication of these rules in the official Gazette and communicated to the Accounts officer concerned in the case of gazetted officers and to the Heads of the offices in the case of non-gazetted staff and once so exercised shall be final. (3) Government servants who do not exercise the option within the aforesaid period shall be deemed to have finally opted for the existing rules.

Leave on half-average pay shall be earned at the rate of 1/22nd of the period spent on duty and accumulation of such leave shall also be without limit. Such leave shall not be allowed except on medical certificate. It shall be permissible to convert leave on half-average pay into leave on average pay at the rate of one day of leave of average pay for two days of leave on half-average pay up to a maximum of six months on average pay.

Leave on average pay and half-average pay.- / Permanent Government Servants-

Class IV Government servants / Government servants in superior Service

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Caption: Temporary Government servants / Carry forward of existing leave

THE PRESCRIBED LEAVE RULES, 1959 -Note is important to understand better

  1. Note 1 -This rule simply limits the amount of leave that may be granted to Government servants who have reached or are about to reach the date on which they are require to retire. The kind of leave and the salary are determined not by this rule, but by the generals rules in rules 3 and 7.
  2. Note 1 -This rule simply limits the amount of leave that may be granted to Government servants who have reached or are about to reach the date on which they are require to retire. The kind of leave and the salary are determined not by this rule, but by the generals rules in rules 3 and 7.
  3. Note 3- The period of four months mentioned in this rule includes any period of vacation with which leave is combined.
  4. Note 4- A deduction should be made under sub-rule (2) on account of vacation enjoined.
  5. Note 5- This rule does not operate in the case a clerical Government servant between the ages of 55 and 60 or in the case of a member of the lower subordinate service between the ages of 60 and 65, unless and order is passed requiring him to retire.
  6. Note 6- The leave earned by the period of duty intervening between the refusal of leave pending retirement and the date of compulsory retirement is merged in the common pool in the leave account and forms an indistinguishable part of the total leave at credit the whole of which, with the exception only of the net amount of leave refused, lapses under clause (1) of rule 10 on the date of compulsory retirement. The grant of any leave between the date from which the “refusal of leave” took effect and the date of superannuation should therefore, be held to be a grant of leave against the amount originally refused. The amount of leave admissible under clause (1) after superannuation in such a case is, therefore, the amount of leave originally refused minus the amount of the “post-refusal” leave enjoined; and this difference is subject to a maximum of four months. The principle applies equally to leave available under clause (2) including that earned in respect of duty during a period of refused leave.

What leave is applicable foreign stay?

Earned Leave – Provided that this restriction shall not apply in the case of a Government servant not in permanent employ who is permitted to undergo training abroad after executing a bond to serve Government for a period of five years and also in the case of such a Government servant who has rendered continuous service for at least three years and who is permitted to undergo training or study within Pakistan after executing a similar bond;

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