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Chapter-4 Leave

Chapter-4
Leave
17. Leave:

(1) The Secretary General and Secretary may be entitled to the following leaves with full remuneration:

(a) Casual leave and festival leave,
(b) Home leave,
(c) Sick leave,
(d) Obsequies leave, and
(e) Maternity leave.

(2) The Secretary General and Secretary shall be entitled to a casual leave of Six days and a festival leave of Six days every year.

(3) The Secretary General and Secretary shall be entitled to a home leave at the rate of One day for Twelve days of work. The home leave can be accumulated for a maximum of One Hundred Twenty days. In setting the period of work for the purposes of the home leave, the period of casual leave and the festival leave and that of public holiday shall also be added to the period of work.

(4) The Secretary General and Secretary may be entitled to a sick leave for Twelve days each year. Such a sick leave may be accumulated without any ceiling.
(5) If the Secretary General or Secretary shall have to observe obsequies himself or herself, he or she shall be entitled to an obsequies leave for a period not exceeding 15 days according to his or her traditional rites and rituals.

(6) If the woman Secretary General or woman Secretary pregnant, she shall be entitled to a maternity leave of Sixty days, before and/or after delivery, for each time but not exceeding Two times during the whole period of service.
(7) If the Secretary General or Secretary is retired from his or her office, he or she shall be entitled to payment in lump sum of the amount to be set by the remuneration being drawn by him or her from the office in which he or she has lien for the home leave and the sick leave accumulated pursuant to Sub-sections (3) and (4).

18.18 Leave sanction authority:

(1) The Secretary General or Secretary may himself or herself sanction and obtain the festival leave and the sick leave, and shall have to get the other leaves sanctioned by the Chairperson of the Constituent Assembly.

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