11 April 2012
SIR, I AM WORKING AS A JUNIOR CLERK UNDER GANJAM DISTRICT JURISDICTION IN THE STATE OF ORISSA SINCE ONE AND HALF YEAR. I AM KEENLY INTERESTED TO PURSUE BACHELOR IN LAW( A FULL TIME THREE YEAR COURSE)IN ORISSA.I AM ALSO READY TO TAKE LEAVE FOR THREE YEARS UNDER NO WORK NO PAY MODE. IS THERE ANY LEGAL PROVISION TO DO IT? (PLEASE MENTION DETAILS). PLEASE HELP ME, HOW CAN I PURSUE IT? I AM TOTALLY CONFUSED BY DIFFERENT SUGGESTIONS FROM SEVERAL PERSONS AND ADVOCATES.
PLEASE GUIDE ME , HOW CAN I COMPLETE THREE YEAR FULL TIME COURSE WITH OUT RESIGNING FROM MY JOB AND ALSO ANY NEGATIVE EFFECT TO JOB SECURITY.
11 April 2012
You may actually not need a leave for three years. Discount the vacation period.
Please see if there is any university of your area which offers evening law classes.
As far as legal provisions of taking leave without pay then it is the discretion of leave sanctioning authority. That way you can complete study without resigning job, if the higher authorities are cooperative.
Negative effect n the job will be only to the extent that you will not be earning pension for the period spent without leave.
12 April 2012
In Mumbai, the lectures of LLB are held either in the morning or in the evening. This help us in such corcumstances. There were many working people as my class mates which included people from police, doctors, judicial clerks, private employees etc. So, find out the timings of colleges offering LLB in your locality and go ahead.