32. All leave at the credit of a civil servant shall lapse when he quits   service.

 

 33. (1) A civil servant employed in a non-continuous establishment may be granted only earned leave and     disability leave as admissible to, and subject to the   conditions laid down for, a civil servant employed in a     continuous establishment and no other kind of leave shall    be admissible to such civil servant.

 

  (2) A civil servant who is transferred from a non-continuous    establishment to a continuous establishment and vice     versa shall carry forward the balance of earned leave at    his credit on the date of his transfer.

 

   Explanation:– In this rule "Non-continuous Establishment" means an establishment which does not    function throughout the year and "ContinuousEstablishment" means an establishment which functions    throughout the year.

 

 34. Existing rules and orders-AI existing rules or orders shall be     deemed to have been modified to the extent indicted in these   rules and the existing rules and orders not so modified shall     continue to be in force.

 

 

 

 

 

 

FORM 1

[See rule 6 (I)]

APPLICATION FOR LEAVE

 

 1. Name of Applicant.

 2. Post held.

 3. Department or Office. 

 

 4. (a) Nature of leave applied for.

  (b) Period of leave in days. 

  (c) Intended date of commencement of the leave. 

 

 5. Particular rule or rules under which the leave is admissible. 

 

 6.  (a) Date of return from last leave.

  (b) Nature of the last leave.

  (c) Period of last leave in days.

 

Dated: – Signature of Applicant

  

 7. Remarks and recommendation of the immediately superior Officer.

 

 Certified that leave applied for is admissible under rule ————-and  necessary conditions are fulfilled.

 

 Signature of the immediately

  Superior Officer 

     Designation.

Dated.

 

 8. Report of the Accounts Officer in the case of Officers in grade16 or above.

 

 

DatedSignature of the Accounts Officer. 

 Designation

 

 

 

 9. Orders of the sanctioning authority certifying that on the expiry of     leave the applicant is likely to return to the same post or another post   carry the compensatory allowance being drawn by him.

   

 

 

 

Dated Signature 

   Designation

 

 

 

 

 

 

FORM II

(See rule 8)

 

FORM OF MEDICAL CERTIFICATE

 

Signature of applicant

 

MEDICAL CERTIFICATE FOR CIVIL SERVANTS    RECOMMENDED FOR LEAVE OR EXTENSION

 

I,__________________________, after careful________________________

personal examination of the case, hereby certify that ____________________whose signature is given above, is suffering from_____________________ and I consider that period of absence from duty of __________________with effect from _____________________ is absolutely necessary for the restoration of his health.

 

 

 

Dated, the____________

 

   Medical Attendant

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

FORM-II A

 

FORM OF MEDICAL CERTIFICATE OF FITNESS TO

 

RETURN TO DUTY

 

I, ______________________________________do hereby certify that I have 

carefully examined ____________________of the_____________________

Department, and find that he has recovered from his illness and is now fit to resume duties in Government service. I also certify that before arriving at this decision I have examined the original medical certificate(s) and statement(s) of the case (or certified copies thereof) on which leave was granted or extended, and have taken these into consideration in arriving at my decision.

 

 

 

Date, the____________

 

   Medical Attendant

 

 

 EXPLANATORY INSTRUCTIONS FOR FILING UP THE LEAVE

ACCOUNT FORM

 

 1. This leave account will be maintained for all civil servants of the   

  Sindh Government who were in service on the 1st July, 1979,   including those who were on leave on that date and have not   opted to retain the existing leave rules and all others, who  entered in service on or after 1st July, 1979.

 

 2. All leave at credit in the – account of a civil servant who was in   service on the 1st July, 1979 shall be converted in terms ofleave on full pay at the following rates:-

 

  (i)  L.A.P.

   

   (a) 1 month   —30 days

   (b)  1 day    — 1 day

 

  (ii) L.H.A.P

 

   (a) 1 month  —15 days 

   (b) 2 days   — 1 day

 

(Fractions if any to be ignored).

 

 3. The leave account shall commence with an opening entry "Due   on 1- 7 -1979" or in the case of a civil servant, who was on leave   on 1-71979 with effect from the date of his return from leave. For   the purpose of computing the leave at credit, the service upto   30-06-1979 will be taken into account. The leave due to terms of   leave on full pay in days' will be noted in Colull1n No. 21.

 

 4. (i) In calculating the  eave earned on full pay at the rate of 4    days for every calendar month the duty period of 15 days    or less in a calendar month shall be ignored and those of    more than 15 days shall be treated as a full calendarmonth for the purpose. If a civil servant proceeds on leave during a calendar month and returns from it during    another calendar month and the period of duty in either    month is more than 15 days the leave to be credited for    both the incomplete months will be restricted to that  admissible for one full calendar month only. There shall    be no maximum limit on accumulation of this leave.

 

  (ii) The Provision in (i) above will not apply to a vacation department. In its case; a civil servant may earn leave on    full pray (a) when he avails himself of full vacation in a    calendar year __________at the rate of  one day for every calendar month of duty rendered (b) when during    any year he is prevented from availing himself of the full    vacation_________ as for a civil servant in a non-     vacation department for that year, and (c) when he avails    himself of only a part of the vacation_________ as in (a)    above plus such proportion of thirty days as the number    of days of vacation not taken bears to the full vacation.

 

 5. (a) Leave on full pay may be converted into leave on half pay    at the option of the civil servant; the debit to the leave     account will be at the rate of one day of the former for     every two days of the latter, fraction of one half counting    as one full day's leave on full pay. The request for such    conversion shall be specified by the civil servant in his    application for the grant of leave.

 

  (b) There shall be no Unlit on the grant of leave on half pay so    long as it is available by conversion in the leave account.

 

 6. L.P.R. on full pay will be noted in column No. 10 while that on   half pay in columns No. 13 and 14.

 

 7. Leave not due may be granted on full pay to be offset against   leave to be earned in future for a maximum period of 365 days   in the entire period of service, subject to the condition that  during the first five years of service it shall not exceed 90 days in   all. Such leave may be converted into leave on half pay. It shall   be granted only when there are reasonable chances of the civil   servant resuming duty.

 

 8. The grant of Special leave, Maternity leave, Disability leave,    Extra Ordinary leave, payment of leave pay for encashment of   L.P.R. upto a maximum of 180 days, lumpsum payment equal to   full pay upto 180 days out of leave at credit made to the family of   a Government servant, whose death occurs while in service,    Seaman sick leave Department leave; Study leave, Hospital    leave and Quarantine leave shall be noted in column NO. 22,   Maternity leave other than three times in entire service shall,    however, be debited to, the relevant column of the leave    account.

 

 9. When a Government servant applies for leave columns 2 to 7   shall be filed in showing "the period of duty upto the date    preceding that on which a Government servant intends to go on   leave. The full calendar months to be noted in column 5 shall be   worked out on the lines indicted in para 4 above.

 

 10. When a Government servant returns from leave column 8 to 23  shall be filed in according to the nature of leave. If leave not due   is availed off the minus balance to be shown in column No. 21   should be written in red ink.

 

 

    FORM OF LEAVE ACCOUNT UNDER THE REVISED LEAVE RULES 1986

FORM-III

(Finance Division’s Circular letter No. FD (SR-II) 15-47/48, dated 5-6-1979).

 

Leave Account of Mr./Miss/ Mrs. ___________________

Date of commencement of service __________________

Date of attaining the age of superannuation _______ (N. B.- Instruction for filling in the from are printed on the reverse).

 

Government /Department served under

PERIOD OF DUTY

Leave cairned on full pay @ 4 days for each calendarmonth.

Leave at credit ( Columns 21+6)

PERIOD 

LEAVE TAKEN

Balance on 1-7-1979 return from leave

(Cols. 7-20)

Remarks 

ATTESTATION 

 

 

 

 

 

Leave on full pay without medical certificate subject to maximum of 120 days & 365 days in case of LPR.

Leave on full pay on medical certificate subject to a maximum of  180 days.

Leave on full pay on medical certificate subject to a maximum of  365 days in entire service.

LEAVE ON HALF PAY 

Recreation leave of 15 days in a year but 10 days to be debited.

LEAVE NOT DUE

ABSENCE

Total leave  

(Columns 10+11+12+14+15+17+19)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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in terms of  full  pay

 

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