Employees are permitted to surrender EL when they are either on duty or actually on EL and the interval between one surrender and another should be 12 months for surrender not exceeding 15 days and 24 months for surrender not exceeding 30 days. 

An employee can avail 30 days of surrender if he had not availed the same in the previous year.

Application for surrender of EL can be made on or before the due date of surrender application received within a month from the due date shall also be allowed. The date of surrender shall be indicated in the application for surrender of EL.

EL may be allowed to be surrendered by Government servants while they are other kind of leave also, except on EOL without medical certificate or on unearned leave on private affairs.

The Government employee can avail the encashment of Surrender Leave after one year from the date of last surrender ( annual cycle ) or after the due date, on the date of his choice. The main criteria is that there should be an interval of one year between two encashment.

The total number of days of earned leave availed and the earned leave surrendered shall not exceed the maximum earned leave admissible to government servants.

Government servants appointed either under the emergency provision or on regular basis shall be eligible to surrender 15 days of EL only after completion of 12 months continuous service; for surrender of 30 days of EL only after completion of 24 months of continuous service.

Temporary / Government servants are eligible ti surrender 15 days of EL after completing 24 months of service. The employees are permitted to en cash 300 days of EL at the time of superannuation or by death and has been enhanced to from 240 to 300 days w.e.f 16.09.2005.

Surrender of Earned leave introduced from G.O.Ms.No: 238, dt.13.8.1969 Earned Leave Sanction every year 6 days only. Who were worked in Holidays sanction as per ratio calculate below formula. Summer ELs Calculation if vacation 49 days how to calculate holidays working days formula



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