2. A person appointed to a probationary post shall be entitled, under those provisions, to leave as a temporary or permanent member of the railways in so far as his appointment is directed against a temporary or permanent post. 502. Scope. – These rules apply to: (i) railway employees appointed on or after February 1, 1949; (ii) railway employees who, before 1. They were appointed in February 1949 and chose to be guided by this arrangement; and (iii) other persons subject to these Rules by special orders; (iv) A temporary railway employee who has completed 3 years of continuous service is entitled, from the date of termination of the 3 years of continuous service, to the same terms and conditions of employment with respect to the matter of leave (including vacation pay) to which he or she would have been entitled had he or she had had privilege in the position to which he or she was originally appointed. 538. Leave for persons reinstated after retirement. — 1. Persons reinstated after retirement shall be subject to the provisions of this Regulation as if they had entered railway service for the first time at the time of their reinstatement.
and (iv) a service card and a travel allowance in accordance with the current rules for travel from the duty station. 507. Combination of different types of vacation. — Except as otherwise provided in these Rules, any type of leave may be granted under these Rules at the same time as another type of leave or as a continuation of another type of leave. 2 (B) Notwithstanding these provisions, no reference from the head of office or any other authority shall be required for the issuance of a medical certificate of invalidity. (2) Subject to the provisions of Regulation 503.541 and this rule, the maximum average wage holiday that may be granted to a railway operator at any time is 180 days. (i) reimbursement of travel expenses in accordance with the travel rules established in that context; and (d) twenty-four months where the leave is necessary for the pursuit of certified public interest studies, provided that at the end of the leave of the type provided for and authorized by these Regulations, the railway employee concerned has completed three years of continuous service, including three months of extraordinary leave in accordance with paragraph (a). Paragraphs (7) and (8) of sub-regulation (3) of Rule 526 of the Indian Railway Establishments Code, Volume I (1985 edition) were incorporated with the consent of the President with effect from 4.7.1987. The inclusion of these rules was due to amendments made by the Department of Personnel and Training to the Central Civil Service Leave Regulations 1972 pursuant to its Notification No. 13014/1/87 Estt. 17.7.1987. It is certified that the retroactive effect of these rules does not adversely affect the employees to whom these rules apply.
(2) In the case of subsequent admission without interruption, if the period of apprenticeship or training of a trainee is treated as service, a recalculation of the leave may be authorized to the extent permitted by the normal application of the rules. Ministry of Railways Decision – All holidays declared by local railway authorities may be considered holidays for the purposes of Rules 506 and 508. Since the declaration of recognized holidays is the responsibility of the President, leave lists should be approved by that authority. 531. Leave for probationary staff and a railway worker in probationary period. — 1. (a) A trainee railway agent, including a probationary staff member, who is undergoing training for employment in rail service group A shall be entitled to leave under these rules as if he had performed his or her position physically other than on probationary period. 501. Short title. – These rules can be called Railway Services (Liberalised Leave) Rules, 1949.
5. Average half-pay under these rules may be granted on the basis of a medical certificate or in private matters, provided that railway employees who are not employed on a permanent basis are not entitled to half-average leave, unless the authority responsible for granting the leave has reason to believe that the railway employee will return at the end of the leave, except in the case of a railway employee: who has been declared totally or permanently incapable by a medical authority. 2 (A) For the purposes of these Regulations, a doctor under the health scheme of the central government or a public hospital or a specialist of a public hospital in cases requiring special treatment, or medical advice in a public hospital in the case of multiple disabilities, in addition to the authority certifying a particular disability in accordance with the provisions of chapter X of the Law on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities: 2016 (49 out of 2016), the medical authorities responsible for issuing a certificate of invalidity listed in Annex III A are the competent authorities. Provided that a person who already holds a privilege on a permanent position prior to that appointment is entitled to leave as a permanent employee of the railways under these rules. (iii) Nothing contained in such certificates shall be deemed to be evidence of the railway employee`s entitlement to leave under his contract or the rules to which he is subject. 3. A railway employee who fails the visual examination or becomes physically unable to perform the duties of the position he is performing but who is unable to perform other duties shall be granted leave in accordance with the general rules, it being understood that, if he has not been granted six months` leave, his leave shall be granted by the granting of extraordinary leave of not more than six months. (4) Leave may be taken in combination with or as a continuation of any type of leave in accordance with these rules: Explanation. — occasional leave which is not recognised as leave under this Regulation may not be combined with any other type of leave authorised by this Regulation. However, there is no objection to occasional vacation being followed by quarantine leave. 537. General conditions for granting leave to apprentices.
— (1) In all the cases referred to in sections 531 to 536, the leave shall not be cumulative and no leave shall be granted if it is likely to interfere with training. 536. Apprentices: Apprentices, except apprentices of the special class, may be granted extraordinary leave (without subsidy) by the Director General in accordance with the rules applicable to temporary railway employees. Under this article, the Director-General may again delegate his authority to heads of departments and officials of a non-subordinate administrative grade. 2. Every certificate issued by a physician recommending the granting of leave to a railway employee shall include the condition that no recommendation contained therein constitutes proof of, or entitlement to, an inadmissible leave for the railway employee after the term of his contract or the rules to which he is subject. The certificate should be sent to the authority responsible for granting the leave and orders from that authority should be awaited. (b) six months if, on the date of expiry of the leave of the type due and permitted under these rules, the railway employee has completed 1 year of continuous service, including three months of extraordinary leave in accordance with subparagraph (a), and his request for leave is supported by a medical certificate in accordance with that regulation. 539.
Leave for shop staff. — 1. Skilled craftsmen as well as semi-skilled and unskilled workers are entitled to leave on the basis of the average wage, half the average wage as well as home-work leave and leave not due under these regulations. (a) If the leave of which he is recalled is in India, he shall be deemed to be an official of the station to which he was summoned and withdrawn: 3. (a) Where an employee of the railways is granted extraordinary leave to weaken the provisions of paragraph 2(d): He is required to: provide a guarantee (Annex II) in which he undertakes to reimburse the railways during that leave, increased by leave accrued by another organization with interest, if it does not return to service at the end of this leave or leaves service before a period of 3 years after its return to service. (4) Two periods of extraordinary leave, if they are accompanied by another type of leave, shall be treated as uninterrupted extraordinary leave within the meaning of subsection (2). iii) Staff headquarters at railway stations east of Pandu Interruption of activities due to strike. — strikes can be divided into two categories.