Central Civil Services (Leave Travel Concession) Rules, 1988 PDF
Any location within India’s boundaries, whether on the mainland or abroad, will be considered “a place in India.” An officer designated as a controlling officer under Supplementary Rule 191 is referred to as a “controlling officer.”
“Disciplinary Authority” has the same meaning as it does in Rule 2 of the Central Civil Services (Identification, Control, and Appeal) Rules, 1965.
Central Civil Services Leave Travel Concession Rule
All people are subject to these rules –
- Who work for the state government but are on deputation with the federal government
- Who have been hired on a contract basis
- People re-enter the workforce after retirement.
- People who are assigned to civil services and jobs in the Union’s affairs, including civilian government servants in the Defense Services.
The whole period of the contract will be taken into organization for leave travel concession for officers recruited on a contract basis when the original contract is for one year but is later extended. If an officer has taken advantage of the concession to visit any location in India for a block of 4 years before retirement and is re-employed without a gap, he will be unable to take advantage of the concession until the block of four years has expired.
To know more about the rules, download the Central Civil Services Leave Travel Concession Rules, 1988 in PDF format following by the link given below.