Encashment of Earned Leave while availing Leave Travelling Concession (LTC)

Encashment of Earned Leave while availing Leave Travelling Concession (LTC)

Encashment of Earned Leave while availing Leave Travelling Concession (LTC) for the staff of BSNL (absorbed, directly recruited & un-absorbed employees) without deducting the same from the maximum amount of Earned Leave encashable at the time of retirement.

The issue of encashment of Earned Leave while availing Leave Travelling Convession (LTC) for the BSNL employees without deducting the same from the maximum amount of Earned Leave encashable at the time of retirement has been under consideration in this office.

2. The approval of the Board of Directors of a BSNL is, hereby, conveyed for allowing encashment of Earned Leave while availing Leave Travelling Concession for the employees(absorbed, directly recruited & un-absorbed employees) without deducting the same from the maximum amount of Earned Leave encashable at the time of retirement.

3. All categries of employees working in BSNL may be allowed to encash upto ten days earned leave at the time of availing LTC to the extent of 60 days during the entire career. The leave encashed at the time of LTC will not be deducted from the overall accumulation limit of 300 days encashable at the time of retirement.

4. In cases, where both husband and wife are BSNL employess/government servants, the present entitlement for availing LTC shall remain unchanged, and encashment of leave upto 10 days at the time of availing of LTC will continue to be available to both, subject to a maximum of sixty days each during the career.

5. This order is effective from 28th September, 2010. The encashment stated above is admissible in all cases, where the outward journey is performed on or after 28.9.2010.

6. There is no change in the other conditions for encashment of leave while availing LTC.

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