THE PAKISTAN WAPDA LEAVE RULES FOR WAPDA EMPLOYEES, 1982
[3rd March, 1982]
Notification No. DD (Rules) 07456/46/13283-13883.— In exercise of the powers conferred by Section 18 of the Pakistan Water and Power Development Authority Act, 1958 (West Pakistan Act No. XXXI of 1958) the Pakistan Water and Power Development Authority is pleased to make the following Leave Rules namely:—
These Rules may be called the Pakistan WAPDA, Leave Rules for WAPDA Employees, 1982.
These rules shall come into force with immediate effect.
They shall apply to all regular employees of WAPDA except: —
(a) Deputationists from the Central/Provincial Governments;
(b) Government servants of the Electricity Department transferred to WAPDA;
(c) Those engaged on special terms on contract basis;
(d) Work charged and contingent Establishment; and
(e) Temporary employees with less than three years service.’
Note I.- These Rules shall apply to a probationer who is appointed against a regular post.
Note II.- These Rules shall not apply to a WAPDA employee who is on leave the day these Rules are promulgated till he returns from leave and resumes duty.
4. Grant of Leave
Leave cannot be claimed as of right. When the exigencies of the service so required, discretion to refuse or revoke leave of any description is reserved to the authorities empowered to grant it.
5. Authority to Grant Leave
The list of authorities competent to grant leave is given in Appendix-I.
6. Leave Earned
(a) All service rendered by a WAPDA employee qualifies him to earn leave in accordance with these rules but shall not be earned during the period of leave.
(b) A Wapda employee on deputation within or outside Pakistan shall not earn any leave during the period of his deputation and no leave will be credited to his leave account with Wapda for any such period.
(Subs. vide O.M. No.S/DD(Rules)07456/46/Vol-III/56670, -57629, dated 24.6.1986)
7. Earning and Accumulation of Leave
(a) A WAPDA employee shall earn leave only on full pay. It shall be calculated at the rate for four days for every calendar month of the period of duty rendered and credited to the leave account as “Leave on full pay”, duty periods of 15 days or less in a calendar month being ignored and those of more than 15 days being treated as a full calendar month for the purpose.
(b) If a WAPDA employee proceeds on leave during a calendar month and returns from it during another calendar month and the period of duty in either month is more than 15 days, the leave to be credited for both the in complete months will be restricted to that admissible for one full calendar month.
(c) There shall be no maximum limit on the accumulation of such leave.
8. Earning and accumulation of leave by teaching staff employed in WAPDA Schools/Colleges:
A member of teaching staff employed in a WAPDA School/College may earn leave on full pay—
(a) When he avails himself on full vacation I a calendar year @ one day for every calendar month of duty rendered.
(b) When during any year he is prevented from availing himself to the full vacation, as for a WPADA employee employed elsewhere than a WAPDA School or WAPDA College, for that year, and
(c) When he avails himself of only a pat of the vacation as in (a) above PLUS such proportion of thirty days as the number of days of vacation not taken bears to the full vacation.
9. Grant of leave:
(a) Leave on full pay.—The maximum period of leave on full pay that may be granted at one time hall be as follows_-
(1) Without medical certificate = 120 days
(2) With medical certificate = 180 days
(3) On medical certificate from leave account in entire service = 365 days
Note I.—The maxima prescribed in sub-rule 9(a)(1) and (2) are independent of each other. In other words a WAPDA employee may be granted, at a time total leave on full pay on medical certificate upto the permissible extent in continuation of leave upto 120 days without medical certificate.
Note II.— A WAPDA employee can be granted 365 days leave on medical certificate in entire service in addition to 180 days leave on medical certificate.
Note III.—Leave taken on medical certificate at various spells will be counted for the purpose of counting of 365 days taken under rule 9(2)(3) these rules.
Note IV.—Leave on medical certificate for 180 days can be granted as many times as requested the WAPDA employee.
b. Leave on Half Pay:
(1) Leave on full pay may be converted into leave on half pay, at the option of the WAPDA employee, the debit to the leave account will be at the rate of one day of the former for every two days of the later, fraction of one-half counting as one full day’s leave on full pay.
(2) The request for such conversion shall be specified by the WAPDA employee in his application for the grant of leave.
(Subs. Vide O.M. No.GM(A)/DD(R)07456/46/51765-52884, dated 4.6.1989)
(3) At a time, maximum of five years leave can be granted on half pay so long as it is available by conversion in the Leave Account of an employees, subject to provision of Rule 27.
10. Leave to be applied etc., in terms of days:
Leave shall be applied for, expressed and sanctioned, in terms of days.
11. Carry forward of existing Leave:
All leave at credit in the account of a WAPDA employee on the 1st day of July, 1978, shall be carried forward and expressed in terms of leave on full pay and the leave account in such cases shall, with effect from the first day of July, 1978, or in the case of a WAPDA employee who was on leave on that day, with effect from the date of his return from leave, be recast as under:—
(i) Leave on Average Pay:
(a) 1 month = 30 days
(b) 1 day = 1 day
(ii) Leave on Half Average Pay:
(a) 1 month =15 days
(b) 2 days = l day
Note.— Fractions if any, shall be ignored.
(Added Vide O.M. No. S/DD(R)/07456/Vol. III/66400-67359 dated ,-28-7-1986)12. Leave preparatory to retirement:
The maximum period up to which a Wapda employee may be granted leave preparatory to retirement shall be 365 days. It may be taken subject to availability either on full pay, or partly on full pay and partly on half pay, or entirely on half pay, at the discretion of the Wapda employee.
l 2. A. Encashment of Leave preparatory to retirement:
(1) If in case of retirement on superannuating or voluntary retirement on completion of thirty years qualifying service a WAPDA employee cannot, for reasons of public service, be granted leave preparatory to retirement duly applied for in sufficient time, he will in lieu thereof be granted lump-sum leave pay for the leave refused to him subject to a maximum of one hundred and eighty days leave on full pay.
(2) Such leave can be refused partly and sanctioned partly but the cash compensation shall be admissible for the actual period of such leave so refused not exceeding one hundred and eighty days.
(3) The payment of leave pay in lieu of such refused leave may be made to the WAPDA employee either in lump-sum at the time of retirement or may, at his option, be drawn by him month-wise for the period of leave so refused.
(4) For the purpose of lump-sum payment in lieu of such leave, only the “Senior Post Allowance” will be included in ‘Leave Pay’ so admissible.
(5) In case a WAPDA employee on leave preparatory to retirement dies before completing one hundred and eighty days of such leave, his family shall be entitled to lump-sum payment equal to the period falling short of one hundred and eighty days.”
(Added Vide O.M. No. GM(A)/DD(R)/07456/53-lII/93231-94350 dated) 7-7-198812- AA. Encashment of Leave Preparatory to Retirement:
(1) In case of retirement on superannuating or 30 years (Thirty years) qualifying service (on or after 1.7.1983), unless a WAPDA employee opts to proceed on leave preparatory to Retirement, he shall be deemed to have opted for the encashment of LPR. On receipt of a request from a WAPDA employee deemed to have opted for encashment of LPR, the Authority competent to sanction LPR will issue formal sanction for the payment of cash compensation, if he undertake in writing to perform duty in lieu of the whole period of three hundred and sixty five days or lesser period which is due and admissible.
(2) In lieu of such leave, leave pay may be claimed for the actual period of such leave subject to a maximum of one hundred and eighty days.
(3) If,-at any time during such period, leave is granted on account of ill-health supported by Medical Certificate or for performance of “Haj”, the amount of cash compensation on account of leave pay shall be reduced by an amount equal to the leave pay for half of the period of leave so granted. For example, if an employee who is deemed to have opted for encashment of such leave, has taken sixty days leave, his cash compensation equal to thirty days heave pay shall be forfeited.
(4) The employees whose LPR was refused as well as those who are deemed to have opted for encashment of LPR may draw leave pay:—
(Subs vide O.M. No. MD(A) DD(R)/07456/46/V/25672-26743, dated 7-5-1990)(a) “At the rate of pay admissible at the time the leave pay is drawn.”
(b) The leave pay may be drawn at any time for the period from which duty has already been rendered, and
(c) Only the “Senior Post Allowance” will be included in the leave pay as admissible.
All pending or previously decided cases where a WAPDA employee has failed to exercise option for encashment of LPR may be decided in the light of these instructions.
12-B. Powers to refuse leave preparatory to retirement etc.
(1) Ordinarily leave preparatory to retirement shall not be refused.
(2) All orders refusing leave preparatory to retirement to a Wapda employee and re-calling a Wapda employee from” leave preparatory to retirement shall be passed only by the authorities specified below and these authorities shall not further delegate these powers to another authority .—
(i) For employees of BSP-17 and above Chairman
(ii) For employees of BPS-16 and below Member/Managing Director concerned.
12-C. Death during leave preparatory to retirement:
In case a Wapda employee on leave preparatory to retirement dies before completing one hundred and eighty days of such leave, his family shall be entitled to lumpsum payment equal to the period short of one hundred and eighty days.”
13. Recreation Leave:
(a) Recreation leave may be granted for 15 days (against 10 days causal leave) once in a calendar year. 15 days recreation leave can also be debited against 10 days leave on full pay, if so desired by the WAPDA employee.
(b) Recreation leave shall not be admissible to WAPDA employee employed to WAPDA Schools/Colleges.
14. Leave Not Due
It may be granted on full pay, to be off set against leave to be earned in future, for a maximum period of 365 days in the entire period of service, subject to the condition that during the first five years of service, it shall not exceed 90 days in all. Such leave may be converted into leave on half pay. It shall be granted only when there are reasonable chances of the WAPDA employee resuming duty.
Note.—This leave will not be admissible to a temporary WAPDA employee.
15. Special Leave:
A female WAPDA employee, on the death of her husband, may be granted special leave on full pay, when applied for not exceeding 130 days. This leave shall not be debited her leave account.
Note.— Special leave admissible to a female WAPDA employee on the death of her husband will commence from the. date of the death of her husband and for this purpose she will have to produce death certificate issued by the competent authority either alongwith her application for special leave or, if that is not possible, the said certificate may be furnished to the leave sanctioning authority separately.
16. Maternity Leave:
(a) Maternity leave may be granted to a female WAPDA employee on full pay for a period which may extend up to the end of 90 days from the date of its commencement or to the end of 45 days from the date of confinement, whichever be earlier. Leave granted under this rule will not be debited to leave account.
(b) Maternity leave may be granted in continuation of, or in combination with, any other kind of leave including extraordinary leave as may be due and admissible to a female WAPDA employee.
(c) Maternity leave may not be granted for more than three times in the entire service of a female WAPDA employee except in the case of a female WAPDA employee employed in any WAPDA School/College. For confinements beyond the third one the WAPDA employee would have to take leave from her normal leave account.
(d) The restriction of Maternity Leave for three times in the entire service will be applicable to all female WAPDA employees who are governed by these Rules except those employed in any WAPDA School/College. The spells of Maternity Leave already availed of on or after 1st July, 1978, will be accounted for in the “three times” admissible under these rules. However, the cases of those female WAPDA employees who have already availed of the concession prior to 1st July, 1978, for more than three times may not be re-opened.
17. Disability Leave:
(a) Disability leave may be granted, outside the leave account on each occasion, up to a maximum of 720 days on such .Medical advice as the leave sanctioning authority may consider necessary, to a WAPDA employee disabled by injury, ailment or disease contacted in course or in consequence of duty or official position.
(b) The leave salary during disability leave shall be equal to full pay for the first 180 days and on half pay for the remaining period.
18. Extraordinary Leave (Leave without pay):
(a) Extraordinary leave without pay may be granted in special circumstances when no other leave is admissible or when the employee applies in writing for the grant of this leave.
(b) Extraordinary leave be granted on any ground up to a maximum period of two year at a time provided the employee has been in continuous service of the Authority for a period of not less than ten years.
(c) In case an employee has not completed ten years of continuous service, extraordinary leave shall not exceed three months or twelve months on any one occasion the longer period being admissible when the employee concerned is undergoing treatment for a chronic disease by a qualified Specialist or when the Authority is satisfied that the employee is unable to resume duty for reasons beyond his control.
(d) The authority empowered to grant extraordinary leave may commute retrospectively the period of absence without leave into extraordinary leave.
(e) No leave salary is admissible during extraordinary leave.
(Sub vide O.M. No. DG(S&GA) DD(Rules)/07456/46/ V/27557-28632, dated 4-8-1991)
19. In Service Death etc.:
(a) In case a Wapda employee dies, or is declared permanently incapacitated for further service by a Medical Board (constituted by the Director General Medical Services under Rule 17 of the Pakistan Wapda Employees Medical Attendance Rules 1979) while in service, a lump sum payment equal to leave pay up to one hundred and eighty days out of the leave at his credit shall be made by the Head of Office to his family as defined for the purpose of family pension or as the case may be to the Wapda employee.
(b) For the purpose of lump sum payment under sub rule (a) only the “Senior Post Allowance” will be included in the “leave pay” so admissible.
20. Leave ex-Pakistan:
(a) Leave ex-Pakistan may be granted on full pay to a WAPDA employee who applies for such leave or who proceeds abroad during leave, or takes leave while posted abroad or is otherwise on duty abroad, and makes a specific request to that effect.
(b) Such leave pay shall be payable in Pakistani currency for the actual period of leave spent abroad subject to a maximum of 120 days at a time.
(c) A WAPDA employee against whom disciplinary action has been initiated or an enquiry has been ordered will not be allowed leave ex-Pakistan.
(d) Leave ex-Pakistan up to 30 days will be sanctioned by the authorities competent to grant leave as given in Appendix-I. Leave ex-Pakistan exceeding 30 days will be referred to the Managing Director concerned for sanction provided that 45 days leave ex-Pakistan for performance of Haj by air will be sanctioned by the leave sanctioning authorities as laid down in Appendix-I on the production of relevant Haj documents. Similarly 75 days leave ex-Pakistan for performance of Haj by land or sea will also be sanctioned by the leave sanctioning authorities as laid down in Appendix-I on the production of relevant Haj documents (Added Vide O.M. No. S/DD (R)/07456/46/Vol-III/98426-99245 dated 12-12-1985)Notwithstanding above, Leave ex-Pakistan up to 90 days in respect of officers of Grade-17 and 18 will be sanctioned by the authorities given in Appendix-I.”
(Added vide O.M. No. GM(A)/DD(R)/07456/53/III/l47990-9109 dated 2-11-1988) Note: Leave ex-Pakistan will be regulated and be subject to the same limits and conditions as prescribed in rule 9 and 18.
(Subs. Vide O.M. No.GM(A)/DD(R)07456/46III/64596-5715, 29.11.1998)20-A Leave for Study Abroad/Within Pakistan:
(Subs. vide O.M.No.GM(A)/DD(R)07456/46/III/255-1330, dated 5.1.1991)
(i) Leave for study abroad/within Pakistan shall be sanctioned to a Wapda Employee for a maximum period of two years, debitable to the leave account of the employee, any leave not due shall be sanctioned as extraordinary leave, subject to the condition that employee shall execute a Surety Bond (as per Annexure-V to these Rules) o pay on demand to the Authority Rs. 25,000/- (Rupees twenty-five thousand only) in addition to the leave salary drawn as liquidated damages and not as penalty for failure to report to the Authority for duty within a period of four weeks from the date of completion of studies abroad and also be serve the Authority for a maximum further period of two years. Such leave shall be sanctioned by the Member/Managing Director concerned.”
(Subs. vide O.M. No.MD(A)/DD(R)07456/4/III/255-1330, dated 5.1.1991)I (ii) The officers who go abroad for higher studies with the approval of the competent authority, may request for extension of leave alongwith documentary evidence from the concerned Institute to cover the length of Scholarship, etc. The concerned Wing of Wapda should monitor the progress of offices attending higher studies abroad and keep the concerned Managing Director informed.”
21. Leave on Medical Certificate:
(a) Leave applied for on Medical Certificate up to 30 days shall not ordinarily be refused provided the Medical Certificate is signed by one of the following:-
(i) WAPDA Medical Officer;
(ii) Medical Officer authorized by WAPDA as medical Attendant on part time basis; and
(iii) Medical Officer of Government hospital /Dispensary/C.M.H.
(b) In cases involving leave on Medical Certificate exceeding 30 days, the competent authority may refer the employee to a WAPDA Medical Board comprising three Medical Officers or where such Medical Board cannot be constituted to Civil Surgeon/Medical Superintendent of District Hospital or Medical Specialist/Officer Commanding of C.M.H. as the case may be, for opinion/recommendation. Orders for the sanction of leave exceeding 30 days on Medical Certificate or otherwise will be passed by the competent authority in the light of the opinion/recommendations referred to above.
(Added vide O.M.NoS/DD(R)07456/46/Vol.II/33346-34125, dated 28.3.1984)
(c) No Wapda employee who has been granted leave on medical certificate may return to duty without first producing a medical certificate of fitness in the form attached to these Rules as Annexure VI and VII as the case may be.
Note.— Medical Officer/Board as mentioned in (a) and (b) above shall issue Medical Certificate on the Performa as Annexure VI and VII to these Rules.
22. Reasons need not to be specified etc.:
It shall not be necessary to specify the reasons for which leave has been applied so long that leave is due and admissible to a WAPDA employee.
23. Leave when starts and ends:
Instead of indicating whether leave starts or ends in the forenoon or afternoon, leave may commence from the day following that on which a WAPDA employee hands over the charge of his post and may end on the day preceding that on which he resumes duty.
24. Recall from leave etc.:
(a) If a WAPDA employee is recalled to duty compulsorily with the personal approval of the Head of his office from leave of any kind that he is spending away from his headquarters, he may be granted a single return fare PLUS daily allowance as admissible on tour from the station where he is spending his leave to the place where he is required to report for duty.
(b) In case the WAPDA employee is recalled to duty at headquarters and his remaining leave is cancelled, the fare then admissible shall be for one journey only.
(c) If the return from leave is optional, the WAPDA employee is entitled to no concession.
25. Over stay after sanctioned leave etc.:
(a) Unless the leave of a WAPDA employee is extended by the leave sanctioning authority, a WAPDA employee who remains absent after the end of his leave shall not be entitled to any remuneration for the period of such absence and without prejudice to any disciplinary action that may be taken against him, double the period of such absence shall be debited against his leave account.
(b) Such debit shall, if there is insufficient credit in the leave account, be adjusted against future earning.
26. Any type of leave may be applied:
A WAPDA employee may apply for the type of leave which is due and admissible to him and it shall not be refused on the ground that another type of leave should be taken in the particular circumstances, for example, a WAPDA employee may apply for extraordinary leave or leave on half pay even if leave on full pay is otherwise due and admissible to him, or he may proceed on extraordinary leave followed by leave on half pay and full pay rather than that on full pay, half pay and without pay.
(Subs Vide OM No. MD(A)DD(R)/07456/46/90459-91570 dated 30-11-1989)
27. Combination of different types of leave etc.:
One type of leave can be combined with joining time or with any other type Of leave admissible to a WAPDA employee subject to a maximum of five years at a time, except leave preparatory to retirement. A WAPDA employee shall cease to be an employee, if he remains absent beyond the said period.
Provided that WAPDA employee applying for leave under this rule solemnly affirm and undertake that during leave he shall not seek employment elsewhere, shall not apply for extension of leave and shall report on duty after expiry of leave.
Explanation.– A breach of the undertaking shall render the employee liable to disciplinary action under the Pakistan WAPDA Employees (Efficiency and Discipline) Rules, 1978.
28. WAPDA employee on leave not to join duty without permission before its expiry:
Unless he is permitted to do so by the authority. which sanctioned his leave, a WAPDA employee on leave may not return to duty before the expiry of the period of leave granted to him.
29. Leave due may be granted on abolition of post etc.:
(a) When a post is abolished, leave due to the WAPDA employee whose services are terminated in consequence thereof, shall be granted without regard to the availability of a post for the period of leave.
(b) The grant of leave in such cases shall, so long as he does not attain the age of superannuation, be deemed automatically to have also extended the duration of the post and the tenure of the incumbent.
30. Leaving of headquarters during gazette holidays:
A Wapda employee will not leave his headquarters during gazette holidays except. with the prior permission of his immediate superior officer who must undertake the responsibility of granting such permission.
31. Manner of handing over charge when proceeding on leave etc.:
(a) A Wapda employee proceeding on leave shall hand over the charge of his post, and while handing over charge shall sign the charge report certificate in form CR-I (G) as per standing instructions of the Authority.
(b) If leave ex-Pakistan has been sanctioned on medical grounds, the Wapda employee shall take abroad with him a copy of the medical statement of his case.
32. Assumption of charge on return from leave etc.
(a) A Wapda employee, on return from leave shall report for duty to the authority that sanctioned his leave and assume charge of the post to which he is directed by that authority unless such direction has been given to him in advance.
(b) In case he is directed to take charge of post at a station other than that from where he proceeded on leave, travel expenses as on transfer shall be payable to him.
33. Accounts offices to maintain leave account:
(a) Leave account in respect of Wapda employees in NPS 15 and below shall be maintained as part of their service sheet, on the prescribed leave account form at Appendix-II.
(b) The Accounts offices shall maintain the leave accounts of Wapda employee in NPS 16 and above, in the prescribed leave account form at Appendix-II.
34. Leave to lapse when Wapda employee quits service:
All leave at the credit of a Wapda employee shall lapse when he quits service.
35. Pay during leave:
(a) Leave pay admissible during leave on full pay shall be the greater of: —
(a) The average monthly pay earned during the twelve complete months immediately preceding the month in which the leave begins; and
(b) The rate equal to the rate of pay drawn on the days immediately before the beginning of the leave.
(b) When leave on half pay is taken the amounts calculated under clauses (1) and (2) of sub-rule (a) shall be halved to determine the greater of the two rates.
36. Counting of leave for increments:
(a) Leave other than extraordinary leave shall count for increments.
(b) Leave other than extraordinary leave to a probationer shall count for increments if such probationer is subsequently declared a regular employee.
Subs vide O.M. No. MD(A)/07456/46/IV/45091-46191 dated. 18-8-19900.(c) Extra-ordinary leave shall not count for increments, provided that where such leave has been granted for training abroad or where the Authority is satisfied that the leave was taken on account of illness or for any other reason beyond the employee’s central, the Authority may direct that such leave shall be counted for increment under the rules. However, where an employee has been granted study leave with the permission of competent authority to enhance his qualification’s pertaining to his own field, related to Wapda’s work, extra-ordinary leave shall count for increments subject to the condition that the employee has completed the course within the laid down period.”
(a) All Wapda employees who had not opted for the Revised Wapda Employees Leave Rules, 1979 and were governed by the Pakistan Wapda Employees Leave Rules, of 1972 shall have the option to retain their existing leave rules. This option shall be valid only if it is exercised in writing and is communicated to the Head of office concerned so as to reach him within 180 days of the date of issue of this Notification. An employee who does not exercise and communicate such option in the above said manner shall be deemed to have opted to be governed by these leave rules.
(b) If, however, on the date of issue of this Notification an employee referred to in sub-rule (a) above be on leave or on temporary deputation/training/foreign service outside Pakistan he may exercise the option and communicate it to the Head of office concerned within 90 days of the date of his return from leave or to Pakistan. Any such an employee who does not exercise and communicate such option in the above said manner shall be deemed to have opted to be governed by these leave rules.
These Rules-shall be interpreted by the Authority, whose interpretation thereof shall be final and binding upon all Wapda employees to whom these rules are applicable.
REVISED LEAVE RULES FOR WAPDA EMPLOYEES, 1982
AUTHORITIES COMPETENT TO GRANT LEAVE (VIDE RULE 5)
Categories of Employees
Kinds lf leave
|(Subs Vide O.M No. G.M. (A)/DD (R)/07456/46/166831-7950, dated 5.12.1988)
|Grade-1 to11||(i) EOL/Disability leave up to 90 days and all kinds of leave including Haj leave for 45 days by air or 75 days by land/sea except LPR/ Leave ex-Pakistan.||Appointing authority/Head of office not below the rank of a Grade-19 officer whosoever is lower in grade/Director (Admn)/(Establishment) in Head Office.|
|(ii) EOL/Disability leave beyond 90 days and LPR/Leave ex-Pakistan.||Appointing authority/Head of office not below the rank of a Grade-19 officer whosoever is higher in grade.|
|Grade 12 to16||(i) EOL/Disability leave up to 90 days and all kinds of leave including Haj leave for 45 days by air or 75 days by land/sea except. LPR/Leave ex-Pakistan.
|Appointing authority/Head of office not below the rank of a Grade-19 officer whosoever is lower in grade.|
|(ii) EOL/Disability leave be yond 90 days and LPR /leave ex-Pakistan.||Appointing authority /Head of office not below- the rank of a Grade-19 officer whosoever is higher in grade.|
|(Subs Vide No. G. M. (A)/DD/07456/46/III/20926-22045, Dated 14-2-1988)
|Grade 17 and 18||(i) EOL/Disability leave and all kinds of leave upto 90 days including Haj leave for 45 days by land/sea except LPR/Leave ex-Pakistan.
|(i) Appointing authority/ Chief Engineer or Officer of equivalent status, whosoever is lower in grade
|(ii) Leave ex-Pakistan upto 90 days and LPR
|(ii) Appointing authority Chief Engineer or Officer of equivalent status, whosoever is higher in grade.
|(iii) All kinds of leave beyond 90 days||(iii) Respective Member/ Managing Director.|
|Grade 19||(i) EOL/Disability leave and all kinds of leave upto 90 days including Haj Leave for 45 days by air or 75 days leave by land/sea except LPR/Leave ex-Pakistan||(i) General Manager or Grade-20 Officer if the is no General Manager.|
|(ii) Leave ex-Pakistan upto 90 days and LPR||(ii) Respective Member/ Manager Director|
|(iii) All kinds of leave beyond 90 days||(iii) Respective Member/ Managing Director|
|Grae 20||(i) EOL/Disability leave and all kinds of leave upto 90 days including Haj Leave for 45 days by air or 75 days by land/sea including leave ex-Pakistan LPR||(i) Respective Member/ Managing Director|
|(ii) All kinds of leave beyond 90 days.||(ii) Respective Member/ Managing Director|
|Grade 1 to 11||EOL/Disability leave and all kinds of leave upto 90 days including Haj Leave for 45 days by air or 75 days by land/sea including leave ex-Pakistan LPR||(i) Director (A&C) is the office of Manager Finance (Coord).
(ii) Deputy Manager Finance (Water) is the office of Manager Finance (Water)
(iii) Director Accounts (Admn) in the office of General Manager Finance (Power)