Special Casual Leave to undergo Chemotherapy or Radiation, heart surgery and organ/Kidney Transplantation

  • Introduced in 2009 Pay Revision w.e.f. 26-02-2011 vide GO(P)No.85/2011/Fin Dated 26/02/2011 and Amendment vide GO(P)No.508/2012/Fin dated 22/09/2012
  • Special Casual Leave for a period not exceeding Six month (w.e.f 09/09/2013) in a calendar year may be granted to those employees who undergo Chemotherapy/ Radiation on production of a Medical certificate from the authorised Medical Officer to cover the actual period required for Chemotherapy/Radiation. [ Rule 19A, Appendix VII, Part I, KSR]
  • Special Casual Leave for a period not exceeding 90 days ( w.e.f 20/01/2016) in a calendar year may be granted to those employees who undergo heart surgery and organ/Kidney Transplantation on production of a Medical certificate from the authorised Medical Officer to cover the actual period required for heart surgery or Kidney Transplantation followed by post transplantation recovery.[ Rule 19, Appendix VII, Part I, KSR]
  • Enhanced Special Casual Leave upto six months to undergo Chemotherapy or Radiation vide GO(P)No.447/2013/Fin dated 09/09/2013. [ Rule 19A, Appendix VII, KSR Part-I]
  • Special Casual Leave for a period of 15 days in a calendar year, may be granted  to an Officer w.e.f 18/04/2014, 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 as per GO(P) No.60/2016/Fin Dated 02/05/2016. [ Rule 20A, Appendix VII, KSR Part-I]
  • Applicable to employees under Public Sector Undertaking vide GO(P)No.211/2014/Fin Dated 06/06/2014
  • The leave may be allowed to be combined with leave defined in Rule 77(i) KSR I (ie Earned Leave, Half Pay Leave, Commuted Leave, Leave Not Due and Leave Without Allowance ) and ordinary Casual Leave.
  • The period of Special Casual Leave shall be exclusive of intervening public holidays.
  • The leave may be availed of on more than one ocation, in a calendar year, if needed, but altogether it must not exceed the admissible period in a calendar year.

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