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Half Pay leave encashment to retired Teachers & employees wef 4/5/2010 G.O Rlsd G.O.NO.90 dt.8/06/2018

Half Pay leave encashment to retired Teachers & employees wef 4/5/2010 G.O Rlsd G.O.NO.90 dt.8/06/2018


LEAVE RULES - Encashment of Leave on Half Pay at the time of retirement of the
teaching and non-teaching staff working in the Aided Junior Colleges / Degree
Colleges / Oriental Colleges and also for teaching and non-teaching staff working in
PR, Municipality and Aided Schools with retrospective effect– Orders – Issued.
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G.O.MS.No. 90 
                                                                                                         Dated: 08-06-2018
Read the following:-

1. G.O. Ms.No.154, Finance (FR.I) Department, Dt. 04.05.2010.
2. G.O. Ms.No.148, Finance (HR.IV) Department, Dt. 21.08.2017.
3. G.O.Ms.No.186, Finance (HR.IV) Department, dated.27.11.2017.
4. Orders of Hon’ble Andhra Pradesh Administrative Tribunal in O.A. No.
6775/2014, O.A.No.323/2017, dated.10.02.2017and 652 of 2018,
dated.11.04.2018.
5. Several Representations including representations of Sri Gade Srinivasulu
Naidu, Sri Rama Surya Rao, Dr.A.S.Rama Krishna, Sri Balasubrahmanyam,
and Sri Kathi Narasimha Reddy, Hon'ble Members of A.P. Legislative
Council.
* * *
ORDER :

Government of India vide Office Memorandum 14020/1/90-Estt. (L) dated
6.4.1993, Department of Personnel & Training allowed encashment of Half Pay
Leave at the credit of Government servants who retire on superannuation subject to
the condition that pension and pension equivalent of other retirement benefits be
deducted from the amount payable as cash equivalent. The State Government in
pursuance of the recommendations of the High Power Committee extended the
benefit of encashment of Half Pay Leave at the credit of State Government
employee on retirement as applicable to Central Government employees.
2. Based on the recommendations of 6th CPC, the Government of India issued
revised orders changing the formula vide O.M.No.14028/3/2008‐ Estt. (L) dated:
25th September, 2008. The Ninth Pay Revision Commission recommended to adopt
the same formula in the case of encashment of leave also subject to the condition
that the total number of days of earned leave + leave on half pay put together should
not exceed 300 days for encashment. Accordingly orders were issued in
G.O.Ms.No154, Finance(F.R.I) Department, dated:04.05.2010.
3. On the reference from the Director of School Education, a clarification was
issued vide Memo No. 7380/PE. Ser I/2012 dated 10.12.2012 that orders issued in
G.O.Ms.No.154, Finance(F.R.I) Department, dated 04.05.2010 are applicable to the
Government employees and not applicable to the employees of the Panchayat Raj
and Municipal institutions. It led to large number of teachers approaching to the
Hon’ble APAT.
4. The Tenth Pay Revision Commission recommended to extend the facility of
encashment of Earned Leave, including the Half Pay Leave up to a maximum of 300
days to all the employees, teaching as well as non-teaching staff of aided institutions
and local bodies i.e., Aided Junior Colleges/Degree Colleges/Oriental Colleges and
also for teaching and non-teaching staff of Aided Schools and the employees of
Panchayat Raj and Municipal institutions.
5. The Hon’ble APAT allowed the OA No. 6775/2014 on 31.12.2015 with the
following observations :
"This Court had an occasion to deal with the issue whether the employees including
teachers of the Panchayat Raj & Municipal Institutions , ZP and MP Institutions are
Govt. Servants or not and it was held by this court in OA No.1668/2015 and batch
dt:15.12.2015 that the employees including teachers of the Panchayat Raj &
Municipal institutions are government servants. So, in view of the same, the said
issue is held in favour of the applicant in the present case also and consequently the
Impugned Govt. Memo No.7380/PE- Ser.I / 2012, dated 10-12-2012 Education
(P.E.) Department is set aside and the respondents are directed to allow the
applicant to encash the half pay leave in terms of G.O.Ms. No. 154 Finance (F.R.-I)
Department, dated: 4-5-2010 with all consequential benefits”.
6. Accordingly, orders were issued in the references second read above,
extending the orders issued in the reference first read above to the teaching and
non-teaching staff working in the Municipal, Panchayat Raj and Aided Institutions on
par with the Government employees. In the reference third read above, the same
facility was extended to the teaching and non-teaching staff of Aided Junior
Colleges/Degree Colleges/Oriental Colleges and also for non-teaching staff of PR,
Municipality and Aided Schools on par with the Government employees.
7. Several court cases have been filed and they were allowed on the analogy of
the above directions of the Hon’ble A.P. Administrative Tribunal. Several
representations have been received and Hon’ble Members of A.P.Legislative Council
particularly the teachers’ representatives raised the issue and requested the
Government to implement the orders of Hon’ble APAT with retrospective effect i.e.
from the date of issue of orders in the reference first cited.
8. Government after careful examination of the matter and keeping in view that
homogeneous group of employees cannot be discriminated, in suppression of the
orders issued in GO third read above hereby order that the orders issued in the
reference first read above be extended to the teaching and non-teaching staff
working in the Aided Junior Colleges / Degree Colleges / Oriental Colleges and also
for teaching and non-teaching staff working in PR, Municipality and Aided Schools
with effect from 4.05.2010.
9. The G.O. is available online and can be accessed at the address
http://www.ap.gov.in/goir and http://www.apfinance.gov.in.
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