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Leave shall not be claimed as a matter of right. Discretion to grant, refuse or cancel leave

is reserved with the management


1. Casual leave

2. Special casual leave

3. Half pay leave( sick leave)

4. Maternity leave

5. Earned leave

6. Special leave

Casual leave: Sanctioning authority is head master. Other leaves of teaching and non

teaching staff is sanctioned by school committee and in case of head master the

management sanctions the leave

Casual leave: earlier the Teaching and non teaching staff could enjoy a casual leave of 15

days in an academic year but now from 1-1 -99 the leave has been reduced to 8 days in an

academic year. According to the revised rules the days of the holidays can be enjoyed in

conjunction with casual leave by prefixing or suffixing or by both.

It is also permissible to enjoy half day casual leave


The following casual leave is admissible to employees

Under family planning (vasectomy, tubectomy or sterilization) from 1 to 14 days

Anti rabies treatment upto 3 weeks

Participation in national or international sports upto 30 days

Mountaineering upto 30 days

Free blood donation one day





Maximum 240 days (half pay) can be taken in entire service

From 19913 provision of half pay leave has been withdrawn. Now staff can enjoy 10

days earned leave on medical or personal grounds

  only for non-vacation employees)

Non ʹ vacation staff, clerk, librarian and class IV employees are entitled to 30 days

earned leave in a year. This leave can be commuted (maximum 240 days) and can be


The head who has worked during vacations is entitled to earned leave equivalent to half

number of days that he has worked during vacations

   (for female employees only)

3 months with full payment for permanent staff

With half pay to employees who have completed one year of service but less than two


No maternity leave to female employees having 3 or more children

    : employees suffering from T.B , Cancer or leprosy are entitled to special

leave as per the government rules


British government first introduced the grant in- aid scheme in India in 1859. the present

grant-in-aid system was introduced in Maharashtra state in august 1961 and implemented

actually from the academic year 1963-64.

The Maharashtra Secondary school code includes the following:

1. Definitions: of the terms- school, girl͛s school, boy͛s school, primary school

secondary school and higher secondary school, higher secondary multipurpose

school ( 2 or more diversified courses), vocational secondary schools, night

schools ( +12years, ½ the working hours of school) department director, deputy

director, education officer, school inspector, inspection officer, management (

body having general and financial control), trained teachers ( having professional

degree certificate/diploma recognized by department of education)

2. Recognition Organization and Management of Schools

Section I: conditions, grants, refund and withdrawal of Recognition

Section II: Aspects of school management

Section III: admissions and withdrawals

Section IV Examinations, Curriculum and Textbooks

Section V: Health of school Children

Section VI: Fees and free student ships

Section VII: School terms, Holidays, School Hours

Section VIII: Principles of Discipline for a school

3. Staff ʹ Service conditions, record and inspections

Section I: Maintenance of adequate staff

Section II Conditions of service

Section III rules of Discipline and leave

Section IV: records registers and Inspection of Schools and Hostels

4. Grant- in ʹaid

Section I: salary/Non salary grant and withdrawal of recognition

Section II: building Grants

Section II: other grants


Schedule A: List of Admissible items

Schedule B: list of Inadmissible items

Schedule C; List of Semi- Consumable and Consumable Items


List of items of expenditure admissible for the grant-in-aid to aided and recognized nongovernmental

secondary schools

i) Actual expenditure on salaries according to approved pay scale and all the


ii) Leave allowances given to teachers who are on approved leave

iii) Actual salaries given to teachers appointed on leave vacancies

iv) The expenditures incurred on allowances of teachers deputed for training

v) Contributions towards CPF, bonus and LTC

vi) Building rent

vii) Taxes, insurance and repair of school building (school for which no rent is


viii) Expenditure on office contingency (stationary, printing charges)

ix) Telephone and electrical charges

x) Conveyance

xi) Book binding

xii) Purchase of furniture and equipment

xiii) Repair of furniture and equipment

xiv) Expenditure on Physical education

xv) Registration fees (membership of SSC-HSC board)

xvi) Expenditure on first aid

xvii) Expenditure incurred on prize, science club scouting and guidance and work


xviii) Expenditure in bank commissions and audit fees

xix) Expenditure in peons uniform

ÈThe school can incur expenditure on the following items from term fees account

i) Purchase of book͛s for pupil͛s library

ii) Drawing and craft material

iii) Equipment for physical education

iv) Audio visual education

v) Curricular visit and excursions


List of inadmissible items

i) Supervision charges given to non-teaching staff

ii) Expenditure on account of salaries in excess

iii) Salary paid for notice period

iv) Rent for build for which grant was paid

v) Taxes, repair an insurance charges in respect of rental building

vi) Refreshments

vii) Legal expenses

viii) Expenditure on religious expenditures

ix) Expenditure on medial inspection of pupils

x) Expenditure on traveling allowance given to teachers who are transferred