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MINISTRY OF PERSONNEL, PUBLIC GRIEVANCES 
AND PENSIONS 

• (Department of Personnel and Training) 

New Delhi, the 1st December, 2009 

G.S.R. 170.—In exercise of the powes conferred by 
the proviso to article 309 read with clause (5) of article 148 
of the Constitution and after consultation with the 
Comptroller and Auditor General of India in relation to the 
persons serving in the Indian Audit and Accounts 
Department, the President hereby makes the following rules 
further to amend the Central Civil Services (Leave) Rules, 
1972, namely:— 

1. (1) These rules may be called the Central Civil 
Services (Leave) (Amendment) Rules, 2009. 

(2) They shall come into force on the date of their 
publication In the Official Gazette. 

2. In the Central Civil Services (Leave) Rules, 1972, 
(hereinafter referred to as the said rules), for rule 6 the 
following rule shall be substituted, namely,— 

"‘6. Transfer to industrial establishment.—If a 

Government servant governed by these rules is 
appointed in an industrial establishment wherein 
his leave terms are governed by the Factories Act, 

1948 (63 of 1948), the authority competent to grant 
leave shall, suo motu, issue an order granting cash 
equivalent of leave salary in respect of earned leave 
and half pay leave at his credit subject to a maximum 
of300 days and the cash so granted shall be a sum 
equal to the leave salary as admissible for earned 
leave and leave salary as admissible for half pay 
leave plus dearness allowance admissible on that 
leave salary at the rate in force on the date the 
Government servant ceases to be governed by the 
provisions of the said rules: 

Provided that in the event of his return to a post or 
service to which the Central Civil Services (Leave) Rules, 
1972 apply, the benefit of cash equivalent of leave salary 
payable under rule 39 shall be modified as under: 

(a) On superannuation .—encashment of leave shall 
be subject to the condition that the number of days 
of both earned leave and half pay leave for which 
encashment has already been allowed under this 
rule and the number of days of earned leave and 
half pay leave to be encashed on superannuation 
does not exceed 300 days; 

(b) On premature retirement .—cash equivalent of 
unutilised earned leave and half pay leave should 
be subject to the condition that the number of days 
of earned leave and half pay leave for which 
encashment had already been allowed under this 
rule and the number of days of earned leave and 

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half pay leave to be encashed on premature 
retirement shall not exceed 300 days.”. 

3. In the said rules, for rule 28, the following rules 
shall be substituted, namely, — 

‘28.Earned leave for persons serving in Vacation 
Departments.— 

(1) (a) A Government servant (other than a military officer) 

serving in a Vacation Department shall not be 
entitled to any earned leave in respect of duty 
performed in any year in which he avails the full 
vacation; 

(b) In respect ofanyyear in whicha Government servanl 
avails a portion of the vacation, he shall be entitled 
to earned leave in such proportion of 30 days, as 
the number of days of vacation not taken bears to 
the full vacation: 

Provided that no such leave shall be admissible to 
a Government servant not in permanent employ or 
quasi-permanent employ in respect of the first year 
of his service; 

(c) If, in any year, the Government servant does not 
avail any vacation, earned leave shall be admissible 
to him in respect of that year under rule 26. 

Explanation: For the purpose of this rule, the term “year” 
shall be construed not as meaning a calendar year in which 
duty is performed but as meaning twelve months of actual 
duty in a Vacation Department. 

Note 1.—A Government servant entitled to vacation shall 
be considered to have availed a vacation or a portion of a 
vacation unless he has been required by general or special 
order of a higher authority to forgo such vacation or portion 
of a vacation : 

Provided that if he has been prevented by such order 
from enjoying more than fifteen days of the vacation, he 
shall be considered to have availed himself of no portion 
of the vacation: 

Note 2.—-When a Government servant serving in a Vacation 
Department proceeds on leave before completing a full 
year of duty the earned leave admissible to him shall be 
calculated not with reference to the vacations which fall 
during theperiod of actual duty rendered before proceeding 
on leave but with reference to the vacation that falls during 
the year commencing from the date on which he completed 
the previous year of duty. 

(2) Vacation may be taken in combination with or in 
continuation of any kind of leave under these rules : 

Provided that the total duration of vacation and 
earned leave taken in conjunction, whether the earned 
leave is taken in combination with or in continuation 
ofother leave ornot, shall not exceed the amount of 



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earned leave due and admissible to the Government 
at a time under rule 26. 

(3) The earned leave under this rule at the credit of a 
Government servant at the close of the previous half year 
shall be earned forward to the next half year, subject to the 
condition that the leave so carried forward plus the credit 
for the half year shaH not exceed the maximum limit of 300 
days. 

Note.—The facility of crediting of unavailed portion of 
joining time shall be admissible to persons serving in 
Vacation Departments, in accordance with the provisions 
of sub-clause (ii) of clause (a) of sub-rule (1) of rule 26.”. 

4. In the said rules, in rule 29, for sub-rule (1), the 
following sub-rule shall be substituted, namely:— 

“ (1) The half pay leave account of every Government 
servant (other than a military officer) shall be 
credited with half pay leave in advance, in two 
instalments of ten days each on the first day of 
January and July of every calendar year.” 

5. In the said rules, in rule 38-A,— 

(a) sub-rule (1) shall be omitted; 

Pay admissible on the 
date of retirement plus 
Dearness Allowance 
(i) Cash equivalent admissible on that date 

for earned leave ——----— 


Half pay leave salary 

admissible on the date of 

(u) Cash payment retirement plus Dearness 

in lieu of half Allowance admissible on 

pay leave that date 

component -— .—------ x 

30 

Note.—The overall limit for encashment of leave including 
both earned leave and half pay leave shall not exceed 300 
days. 

(c) To make up the shortfall in earned leave, no 
commutation of half pay leave shall be 
permissible.”. 

(b) in sub-rule (4 ),in clause (a), for sub-clause (ii) the 
following sub-clause shall be substituted, namely:— 

“(ii) after expiry of the period of extension, cash 
equivalent in the manner provided in clause 
(b) of sub-rule (2) in respect of both earned 
leave and half pay leave at credit on the date 
of retirement, plus the earned leave and half 
pay leave earned during the period of 


(b) for sub-rule (5), the following sub-rule shall be 
substituted, namely:— 

“(5) The period of leave encashed shall not be 
deducted from the quantum of leave that can 
normally be encashed by him under rules 6, 39, 
39-A, 39-B, 39-C and 39-D.” 

6. In the said rules, in rules 39,— 

(a) for sub-rules, (2), the following sub-rule shall be 
substituted, namely.— 

“(2) (a) Where a Government servant retires on 
attaining the normal age prescribed for retirement 
under the terms and conditions governing his 
service, the authority competent to grant leave 
shall, suo.motu, issue any order granting cash 
equivalent of leave salary for both earned leave 
and half pay leave, if any, at the credit of the 
Government servant on the date of his retirement 
subject to a maximum of300 days; 

(b) The cash equivalent of leave salary under clause 
(a) shall be calculated as follows and shall be 
payable in one lumpsum as a one-time 
settlement, 

Number of days of 
unutilized earned leave at 
credit subject to the total of 
earned leave and half pay 
leave not exceeding 300 
days. 


Number of days of half pay 
leave at credit subject to the 
total of earned leave and 
half pay leave at credit not 
exceeding 300 days.” 

extension reduced by the earned leave and 
half pay leave availed of during such period, 
subject to a maximum of 300 days ” 

(c) for sub-rule (5), the following sub-rule shall be 
substituted, namely,— 

“ (5) A Government servant who retires or is retired 
from service in the manner mentioned in 
clause (c) of sub-rule (1). may be granted .'vuo 
motu, by the authority competent to grant 
leave, cash equivalent of the leave salary in 
respect of both earned leave and half pay 
leave at his credit subject to a maximum of 
300 days. The cash equivalent payable shall 
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(d) in sub rule (6), in clause (a).— 

(i) For sub-clause (i), the following sub-clause shall 
be substituted, namely, — 

“(i) where the services of a Government servant 
are terminated by notice or by payment of 
pay and allowances in lieu of notice or 
otherwise in accordance with the terms and 
conditions of his appointment, he may be 
granted, suo motu, by the authority 
competent to grant leave, cash equivalent in 
respect of both earned leave and half pay 
leave at his credit on the date on which he 
ceases to be in service subject to a maximum 
of300 days and the cash equivalent payable 
shall be the same as in sub-rule (2) of rule 
39”. 

(ii) for sub-clause (iii), the following sub-clause shall 
be substituted, namely :— 

“(iii) a Government servant, who is re-employed 
after retirement may, on termination of his re- 
, employment, be granted, suo motu, by an 

authority competent to grant leave, cash 
equivalent in respect of both earned leave 
and half pay leave at his credit on the date of 
termination of re-employment subject to a 
maximum of 300 days including the period 
for which encashment was allowed at the time 
of retirement and the cash equivalentpayable 
shall be the same as in sub-rule (2) of rule 
39.” 

7. In the said rules, for rule 39-A, the following rule 
shall be substituted, namely :— 

“3 9-A. Cash equivalent of leave salary in case 
of death in service. - In case a Government 
servant dies while in service, the cash equivalent 
of leave salary for both earned leave and half 
pay leave, if any, at the credit of the deceased 
Government servant on the date of his death, 
not exceeding 300 days shall be paid to his family 
in the maimer specified in rule 39-C and the cash 
equivalent payable shall be the same as in sub¬ 
rule (2) of rule 39.” 

8. In the said rules, for rule 39-B, the following rule 
shall be substituted, namely :— 

“39-B. Cash equivalent of leave salary in case 
of invalidation from service.— ( 1 ) A Government 
servant who is declared by a Medical Authority 
to be completely and permanently incapacitated 
for further service may be granted,suo motu, by 


the authority competent to grant leave, cash 
equivalent of leave salary in respect of both 
earned leave and half pay leave, if any, at the 
credit of the Government servant on the date of 
invalidation from service, subject to a maximum 
of 300 days and the cash equivalent payable 
shall be the same as in sub-rule (2) of rule 39. 

(2) A Government servant not in permanent employ 
or quasi-permanent employ shall not, however, ■ 
be granted cash equivalent of leave salary in 
respect of half pay leave standing at his credit 
on the date of his invalidation from service.” 

9. In the said rules, in rule 39-C, for clauses (vii) to 
(xi), the following clauses shall be substituted, 
namely:— 

“(vii) failing (i) to (vi) above, to the eldest surviving 
married daughter; 

(viii) failing (i) to (vii) above, to the eldest surviving 
brother below the age of eighteen years; 

(ix) failing (i) to (viii) above, to the eldest surviving 
unmarried sister; 

(x) failing (i) to (ix) above, to the eldest surviving 
widowed sister; and 

(xi) failing (i) to (x) above, to the eldest child of the 
eldest predeceased son.” 

10. In the said rules, the brackets and words 
“(including the number of days for which encashment has 
been allowed along with I.ea ve Travel Concession while in 
service)” wherever they occur, shall be omitted. 

11. In the said rules, in rule 43, 

(i) in sub-rule (1), for the figures and word “135 days”, 
the figures and word “180 days” shall be 
substituted; 

(ii) in sub-rule (4), in clause (b), for the words “one 
year”, the words “two years” shall be substituted. 

12. In the said rules, after rule 43-A the following 
rule shall be inserted, namely,— 

“43-AA Paternity Leave for Child Adoption. —(1) 
A male Government servant (including an 
apprentice) with less than two surviving children, 
on valid adoption of a child below the age of one 
year, may be granted Paternity Leave for a period 
of 15 days within a period of six months from the 
date of valid adoption. 

(2) During such period of 15 days, he shall be paid 
leave salary equal to the pay drawn immediately 
before proceeding on leave. 

(3) The paternity leave may be combined with leave 
of any other kind. 

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(5) If Paternity leave is not availed of within the 
period specified in sub-rule {1) such leave shall be 
treated as lapsed. 

Note:—The Paternity Leave shall not normally be refused 
under any circumstances.” 

13. In the said rules, in rule 43-B, in sub-rule (1). for 
the figures and word “135 days”, the figures and word 
“180 days” shall be substituted; 

14. In the said rules, after rule 43-B, the following 
rule shall be inserted, namely:— 

“43-C. Child Care Leave.—(1) A woman 
Government servant having minor children below 
the age of eighteen years and who has no earned 
leave at her credit, may be granted child care leave 
by an authority competent to grant leave, for a 
maximum period of two years, i.e,730 days during 
the entire service for taking care of upto two children 
whether for rearing or to look after any of their 
needs like examination, sickness, etc. 

(2) During the period of child care leave, she shall 
be paid leave salary equal to the pay drawn 
immediately before proceeding on leave. 


(3) Child care leave may be combined with leave of 
any other kind. 

(4) Notwithstanding the requirement of production 
of medical certificate contained in sub-rule (1) of 
rule 30 or sub-rule (1) of rule 31, leave of the kind 
due and admissible {including commuted leave not 
exceeding 60 days and leave not due) upto a 
maximum of one year, if applied for, be granted in 
continuation with child care leave granted under 
sub-rule {l). 

(5) Child care leave may be availed of in more than 
one spell. 

(6) Child care leave shall not be debited against the 
leave account.” 

[F.No. 11012/l/2009-Estt(L)| 

SIMMIR. NAKRA, Director (P&A) 

Foot note :.The principal rules were published vide S O. 

No. 940, dated the 8* April, 1972 and were last 
amended vide notification number GSR, 229, 
dated the 3 rd November, 2007. 


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