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No.11/102/2009-3FR 50479—F.D.—H.G.P., Chd.
Principal Secretary to Government Haryana,
1. All Administrative Secretaries to Government Haryana.
2. All the Heads of Department.
3. Commissioner, Ambala, Hisar, Rohtak and Gurgaon Divisions.
4. All Deputy Commissioners in Haryana.
5. Sub Divisional Officers (Civil) in Haryana.
6. The Registrar, Punjab & Haryana High Court, Chandigarh.
Dated, Chandigarh, the 5th November, 2012.
Subject: Grant of Child Care Leave (CCL) to Women Government Employees- Delegation of Power.
I am directed to invite your attention to Haryana Government Finance Department’s letters no 11/102/2009-3FR’dated 5.7.2012, on the subject noted above. Vide these instructions it was clarified that cases would be sent to the Finance Department for sanction of Child Care Leave (CCL) for a period of more than 120 days if to be spent within India and of 240 days if to be spent out of India. On reconsideration it has now been decided that such leave may be sanctioned by the following authorities to the employees working under them:-
|Authority Competent||Sanction of CCL to theFollowing employees||CCL upto followingextent|
|1.||Appointing Authority||Employees of Group C & D||Full power upto 730 days|
|2.||Head of Department||Employees of Group A & B||Upto 120 days|
|3.||Administrative Secretaries||Employees of Group A & B
|Above 120 days|
The Administrative Secretary, Heads of Department and Appointing Authority concerned may re-delegate the powers, delegated to them to any officer under them at their headquarter offices on their own overall responsibility and Subject to such conditions and restrictions as they may like to impose. Copies of such orders should invariably be endorsed to the Finance Department.
At the time of sanction of Child Care Leave, the sanctioning authority should keep in view that the functioning of Offices/Institutions/ Schools etc is not to disrupted. All other terms and conditions mentioned in FD’s instructions dated 5thJuly,2012 will remain unchanged. It may please be brought to the notice of all concerned.