Notice period and notice pay is a mutual agreement between an employee and employer when an employee joins an organization.
At the time of appointment letter/order is issued and supplied to employee. The terms and conditions in the appointment letter shall apply. If in the appointment letter notice pay in lieu of notice period is described it should be equally applicable to both employer and employee. If notice pay is made applicable vide your appointment letter you may cite it.
Hope you have never received certified standing orders from the company.
You may also read SE act applicable to your state.The act may have scope of isuance of work experience/service certificate.
The Delhi Shops and Establishments Act, 1954
30. Notice of Dismissal.—(1) No employer shall dispense with the services of an employee
who has been in his continuous employment for not less than three months, without giving such
person at least one month’s notice in writing or wages in lieu of such notice:
Provided that such notice shall not be necessary where the services of such employee are
dispensed with for misconduct, after giving him an opportunity to explain the charge or charges
alleged against him in writing.
(2) No employee who has put in three months’ continuous service shall terminate his
employment unless he has given to his employer a notice of at least one month, in writing. In
case he fails to give one month’s notice he will be released from his employment on payment of
an amount equal to one month’s pay.
34. EMPLOYER TO FURNISH LETTERS OF APPOINTMENT TO EMPLOYEES.
In case of service/work experience certificate the format as expressed in Industrial Standing Orders may be followed and coloumn on conduct can not be added.
industrialemployment(standingorders)rules: SCHEDULE I
16. Certificate on termination of service.
17. Liability of 17[employer].
[schedule I - a]
20. Service certificate.-
(1) Service Record
(ii) Certification of service.-