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Posted On 12 January 2012 at 17:24 Report Abuse

I am working in BSNL in group B  cadre since july 2009. My husband has been deputed to USA for a period of 1 year. I have only 2months of earned leave. can i avail extra ordinary leave for remaining period ? can i leave india and stay abroad for 1 year (not going work there).

Please give your suggestions to apply for the leave 

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Posted On 12 January 2012 at 17:52 Report Abuse

Dear Remya,

Leave is not a matter of right.  Whether or not such a leave would be granted to you has to be ascertained from your own organization.  There is no point in asking such a query here.  Even if we say that you can avail, and if the organization is not granting, what will you do.

It would be therefore advisable for you to ascertain the matter within your own organization.

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Posted On 22 February 2012 at 12:40 Report Abuse

Depends upon No. of years service rendered by you in the organisation and the discretion of the leave sanctioning authority. Further, sanction of leave does not automatically grant permission to leave India and travel abroad. You would need to take due written permission of the competent authority, as per the rules of the DOT/BSNL, as the case may be.

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