Whether special casual leave period is deducted while counting duty in Earned Leave Calculation - Note by Adv Sreekumat T M
Vide Circular No.1/2016/Fin dated 08/01/2016, clarified that the Special Casual leave of 15 days admissible for Handicapped Employees under Rule 16 and 16A , Section II, Appendix VII, Part I, KSR will be exclusive of intervening holidays.
Special casual leave up to 15 days in a year to Physically Handicapped Govt. Employees vide Order GO(P) No.249/84/Fin Dated 09/05/1984.
Vide GO(P) No.128/2016/Fin Dated 01/09/2016, clarified that, Surrender of Earned Leave once sanctioned will not be cancelled and the earned leave so debited will not be recredited to the leave account.
Special Leave up to 90 days to the aggrieved female State Government Employees during the pendency of inquiry into complaints of sexual harassment vide GO(P) No.119/2017/Fin Dated 31/08/2017
Vide GO(MS)No.46/2021/GAD Dated 09/02/2021, participation in Strike on 10/02/2021 treated as Dies-non
Vide GO(P)No.21/2016/Fin Dated 07/02/2016, enhanced the Special Casual leave admissible under Rule 19, Section II, Appendix VII, Part I, KSRs to employees who undergo Organ Transplantation to maximum 90 days in a calendar year.
Vide Order GO(P)No.2/2021/Fin Dated 04/01/2021, extended the benefit of Maternity Leave on full pay as per Rule 100, Part I, Kerala Service Rules upto a period of 180 days or till the expiry of the existing contract whichever is earlier to the Female Officers appointed on Contract basis, irrespective of the tenure of contract, subject to the condition that leave will not be admissible from a date before three weeks from the expected date of confinement certified by the Medical Officer.
Guideline issued vide Circular No.83/2020/Fin Dated 30/12/2020 regarding sanction of Leave Without Allowance under Appendix XII A / XII B, Kerala Service, Part-I
Vide GO(P)No.341/2014/Fin Dated 18/08/2014, Employee may be granted Special Casual Leave up to 15 days in a calendar year w.e.f 18/08/2014 for the treatment of his children below 18 years of age, who undergo Chemotherapy for the treatment of Cancer, Dialysis for the treatment of Kidney and Affected with HIV.
Vide GO(P)No.116/2020/Fin Dated 23/08/2020, sanctioned Hysterectomy Leave for 45 Days to all Female Employees of Public Sector Undertakings where Kerala Service Rule not Applicabe.
Vide Order GO(P)No.408/2009/Fin Dated 24/09/2009, enhanced the limit of 135 days in Note 5 to Rule 100 KSR Part I to 180 days to New Female Recruits through Public Service Commission.
Enhancement of Maternity Leave under Rule 100, Part I Kerala Service Rule up to 180 days and Introduction of Hysterectomy Leave for 45 Days w.e.f 01/04/2009 vide GO(P)No.129/2009/Fin Dated 01/04/2009.
Vide GO(P)No.271/2011/Fin Dated 27/06/2011, Officers who are appointed for limited periods other than appointed through employement exchange who are governed by leave rules under Appendix VIII KSR such as contract employees appointed as per rule 8, KSR and re-employed pensioners appointed as per rule 63 , Par I, KSR shall be eligible for Casual leave at the rate of one day for a month subject to maximum 12 days in year.
Vide GO(P)No.651/2010/Fin Dated 01/12/2010, Provisional Employees who are appointed through employement exchange for a period of 180 days vide rule 9 (a) (i) of the General Rules of Part II, KS&SSR 1958 shall be eligible for Casual leave at the rate of one day for a month subject to maximum six days.
Special Casual leave for 30 days has been santioned vide GO(P) No.153/2019/Fin dated 06/11/2019 to Government Employees who undergo angioplasty subject to the conditions under rule 19 section II, Appendix VII, Part I, Kerala Service Rule
GO(P) No.170/2018/Fin Dated 05/11/2018, issued new directions for handling LWA application as per Appendix XII A and XII C of Kerala Service Rule Part I
Vide GO(P)No.4/2011/Fin Dated 03/01/2011, Govt have enhanced the duration of absence of four month from the country for visiting children abroad to a period not exceeding six month.
Vide GO(P)No.418/2008/Fin Dated 16/09/2008, Govt have enhanced the duration of absence of one month from the country for visiting abroad for Personal/Private purpose to a period not exceeding four month.
Vide GO(P)No.233/2008/Fin Dated 03/06/2008, Govt have clarified that, No need to obtain Govt sanction in the case of Private visit abroad on eligible leave including casual leave.
Amendment in KSR Rule 86A vide GO(P)No.75/2007/Fin Dated 27/02/2007 - Notwithstanding anything contained in Rules 84, 86, 88 (ii) and 90, an officer not in permanent employ who has completed three years of continuos service shall be eligible for (i) commutted leave, (ii) earned leave and (iii) leave without allowances as would be admissible to him if he had held his post substantively
GO(P)No.211/2014/Fin Dated 06/06/2014 - Enhancement of Special Casual leave to undergo chemotherapy/Radiation to employees in Public Sector Undertaking - Orders.
GO(P)No.447/2013/Fin Dated 09/09/2013 - Enhanced Special Casual Leave from 45 days to six months to Undergo Chemotherapy/Radiation -Orders.
GO(P)No.334/2011/Fin Dated 06/08/2011 - Guideline regarding Special Casual Leave for 45 days to Undergo Chemotherapy/Radiation and Kidney Transplantation - Guideline. Enhanced Leave days to Six Months vide GO(P)No.447/2013/Fin Dated 9/9/2013. Download latest file.
GO(P)No.2010/2012/Fin dated 4/4/2012 - Public Sector Undertakings which follow Kerala Service Rules - Grant of Special Casual Leave upto 15 Days for the employed parents of physically/mentally challenged children -order.
GO(P)No.333/2011/Fin Dated 6/8/2011 -Special Casual leave to Employed Parents of Physically/Mentally Challenged Children -Guide lines
GO(P)No.342/2011/Fin Dated 11/08/2011 - Guidelines on Paternity Leave