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Memorandum No. 13112 , Dated : 01-03-1958. Compensatory Holidays - Govt. orders communicated.



                   COMPENSATORY LEAVE 
      GOVERNMENT OF ANDHRA PRADESH                         FINANCE DEPARTMENT

        Memorandum No. 13112 Accts/167-2                              Dated : 01-03-1958
                                                       
   Sub : Holidays - Compensatory Holidays - Govt. orders communicated.

   Ref :   From the District Treasury Officer, Warangal Lr. No. 4560, dated 30-10-1967.

    The  District  Treasury  Officer,  Warangal  is  informed  that  a  Governement  servaant  who  is called on to attend office  on authorised public holiday,  except as punishment, should be granted another day in its place when opportunity offers subject to the following rules.

1.  Such  holidays  may  not  be  taken  by  any  governemnt  servant  without  the  previous permission  of  the  officer  who  si  competent  to  grant  him  casual  leave.  An  Officer  who  is allowed  to  avail  himself  casual  leave  without  obtaining  the  previous  permission  of  higher authority  should  intimate  his  intention  of  taking  such  a  holiday  to  the  authority  to  whom  he makes similar intimation in respect of C.L.

2.  Not  more  than  ten  such  holidays  in  all  may  be  taken  in  a  calendar  year  and  no  such  holiday shall  be  taken  after  the  expiry  of  six  months  from  the  public  holiday  for  which  it  is  substituted. It  will,  however,  be  with  in  the  discretion  of  head  of  an  office  to  call  on  the  subordinate effected  to  take  such  holiday  on  any  date  within  the  six  months  which  the  head  of  the  office finds to be convenient.

3.  Not  more  than  seven  holidays  may  be  accumulated  and  lower  number  may  be  fixed  in  his discretion by the head of the office.

4.  Such  holidays  may  be  combined  with  casual  leave  or  authorised  holidays  provided  that  the total period of ab-sence from duty shall not exceed ten days.

5.  Gazetted  Officers  who  are  subordinate  in  an  office,  may  be  granted  such  holidays  unbder the  foreign  rules,  in  the  case  of  gazetted  Officer  in  independent  charge  of  an  office  the  same rules  will  apply  but  if  the  permission  of  any  authority  to  take  a  holiday  is  necessary  under  rule (1)  above  such  authority  should  before  granting  the  required  permission,  satisfy  himself  that owing  to  the  exigencies  of  the  public  service  the  said  gazetted  officer  was  unable  for permission to take a holiday.

6.  A  question  has  how  been  raised  whether  a  Government  servant  touring  on  public  authorised holidays  in  connec-tion  with  the  performance  of  his  duties  will  be  eligible  for  compensatory  holidays  in view  of  holidays  on  which  he  performs  journey.  They  are  not  entitled  to  this  concession  of compensatory  holidays  in  view  of  holidays  on  which  they  perform  journeys,  not  only  because  the condition  that  the  Government  servant  should  be  called  on  to  attend  office  on  a  holiday  is  not  satisfied but  also  because  the  very  nature  of  their  touring  makes  such  compensation  unnecessary  as  travelling allowance and daily allowance are usually claimed by them for such days.

                           V.  NAGARAJA RAO
             Deputy  Secretary  to Government



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