P A R T II
Different regulations brought out in one volume as BPT Employees (Leave) Regulations, 1975, by TR No.311 of 10.6.1975 (effective from 21.8.1975 )
45 to 69 redundant.
70. Casual leave is not recognised under these rules. Technically, therefore, an officer on casual leave is not treated as absent from duty, and his salary is not intermitted. Casual leave, however, must not be given so as to cause evasion of standing rules, or so as to extend the term of leave beyond the time admissible by rules.
71. Casual leave may be given, at the discretion of Heads of Departments, under the provisions of the Boards Circular of 1896 (see Appendix A).
72. Deleted [TR No.154 of 1958].
73. A part-time officer in superior service may be granted leave as follows :-
(a) Earned leave at one-twenty-second of the period spent on duty provided that when the earned leave due amounts to 30 days he ceases to earn such leave.
(b) Extraordinary leave for a period not exceeding 3 months on any one occasion.
Note - Temporary part-time Consultants & Honoraries of the BPT Hospital are to be granted leave on the above basis TR No.324 of 1968.
74. to 86 - redundant.