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CASUAL LEAVE RULES (EXTRACTS FROM CIVIL SERVICES RULES (PUNJAB)

CASUAL LEAVE RULES (EXTRACTS FROM CIVIL SERVICES RULES (PUNJAB)

VOLUME-I, PART-I)

APPENDIX 17
(Referred to in rule 8.62)
Rules for the grant of Casual Leave
CASUAL LEAVE RULES
Casual leave may be granted to Government servants for
short periods subject to the following conditions:
i) Casual leave should not ordinarily exceed 10
days at a time and 25 days during any one
calendar year;
ii) The sanctioning authority may, however, grant
casual leave up to 15 days at a time in special
circumstances.
iii) It may be granted in conjunction with Fridays or
public holidays, but not with any other kind of
leave or joining time. In case casual leave is
combined with holidays the total period should
not exceed 15 days at a time. The public
holidays which are sandwiched between the
casual leave shall be debited to the Casual
Leave Account.
iv) No Government servant may leave his
headquarters during casual leave or holidays
except with the permission of the sanctioning
authority.
v) Subject to the delegation of powers which has
been or may be made by Government from
time to time in this behalf, casual leave may be
sanctioned to a Government servant by his
immediate officer.
vi) In emergency the Commissioners of Divisions
can sanction casual leave up to 10 days to the
Regional and Divisional Officers. In such cases
the Commissioners shall inform the Heads of
the Attached Departments by a teleprinter
message. While applying for such emergency
leave, the Regional/Divisional Officer is
required to observe the following two
conditions:
a) he should certify that the leave applied
for is due to him; and
b) he should suggest acting arrangements
for the disposal of work during his
absence.
vii) The District Officers of other departments while
proceeding on casual leave extending beyond
10 days shall inform the Deputy Commissioner
of that fact;
viii) Casual leave shall not be granted to
Government servants in conjunction with
training period spent abroad.
ix) The record of the casual leave should be kept
in the following manner:
a) Casual Leave Account of each
Government servant should be
maintained properly on the prescribed
form;
b) it should always remain in the custody of
the sanctioning authority;
c) casual leave should not be granted
unless the Casual Leave Account is
seen by the sanctioning authority to
ensure that (i) the Leave applied for, is
due and (ii) it is not excessive vis-à-vis
the period of service during the year;
and
d) Casual Leave Account should be closed
on the transfer of a Government servant
from the department/office or from one
section/branch to another in the same
department, signed by the sanctioning
authority and transferred immediately to
the department/office or section/branch
to which the officer is transferred.
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(INSTRUCTIONS ABOUT CASUAL LEAVE)
(Extract of Para-1.50 of Manual of Secretariat Instructions)
(i) Casual leave should not ordinarily exceed 10 days at
a time and 25 days during any one calendar year. The
sanctioning authority may, however, grant casual
leave up to 15 days at a time in special
circumstances.
(ii) Casual leave may be granted in conjunction with
Fridays or public holidays, but not with any other kind
of leave or joining time. When it is combined with
holidays, the total period should not exceed 15 days
at a time.
(iii) Subject to the delegation of powers which has been
or may be made by Government from time to time in
this behalf, casual leave may be sanctioned to a
Government servant by his immediate superior of
grade 16 and above.
(iv) Casual leave account of officers and Stenographers
of officers of the rank of Deputy Secretary and above
should be maintained in the Establishment and
Accounts Branch of the Department concerned. Their
applications should be marked to the Establishment
and Accounts Branch which will add the casual leave
account of the applicants and submit the papers to
the concerned officers immediately for orders.
(v) When the officers proceed on leave or tour, their
Stenographers should report for duty to the Deputy
Secretary in charge of the Wing in the Department.
(vi) Casual leave account of the ministerial establishment
including Section Stenographers should be
maintained in the Section in which they are working.
(vii) No Government servant should leave his headquarters
during casual leave or holidays without the
permission of the leave sanctioning authority.
(viii) Government servants are not entitled to casual leave
as of right. The casual leave is granted to them by
way of grace to enable Government servants to
attend to their private affairs of casual nature.

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