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Privilege Leave

In partial modification to Clause 13.20 of Bipartite Settlement dated 19.10.1966 (other than State Bank of India) and para 7.20 of Settlement dated 31 March 1967 (in case of State Bank of India), an employee other than a member of the Executive Committee of a registered trade union of the employees of the Bank shall not be entitled to take privilege leave on more than four occasions in a calendar year. Where however, the reasons for the request by an employee for leave on more than four occasions in a year are adequate and genuine and it is not administratively inconvenient, such leave may be granted.

Privilege Leave should be applied not less than 15 days before the proposed date of commencement of such leave.

In partial modification to Clause 8 of Bipartite Settlement dated 29.6.1990, Privilege Leave accruing to an employee on or after the date of this settlement, shall be allowed to be accumulated beyond 240 days up to a maximum of 270 days. However, encashment of privilege leave shall be restricted up to a maximum of 240 days.

Maternity Leave

Clause 30 of Bipartite Settlement dated 27 th April 2010 shall be substituted by the following:

  1. Leave will be granted for adoption of only one child.
  2. The adoption of a child should be through a proper legal process and the employee should produce the adoption-deed to the Bank for sanctioning such leave.
  3. The permanent part-time employees are also eligible for grant of leave for adoption of a child.
  4. The leave shall also be available to biological mother in cases where the child is born through surrogacy.
  5. The leave shall be availed within overall entitlement of 12 months during the entire period of service.

Paternity Leave

With effect from the 1st June 2015, male employees with less than two surviving children shall be eligible for 15 days Paternity Leave during his wife's confinement. This leave may be combined with any other kind of leave except Casual Leave. The leave may be availed upto 15 days before or upto 6 months from the date of delivery of the child.

Casual Leave

In supersession of Clause 13.22 of Bipartite Settlement dated 19.10.1966 (in case of State Bank of India, Clause 7.22 of the Settlement dated 31st March 1967), an employee shall be entitled to Casual Leave upto a maximum of 12 days in each calendar year, provided that not more than 4 days may be taken continuously. It is reiterated that holidays and weekly offs prefixing/suffixing or falling within the period of Casual Leave will not be treated as part of Casual Leave.

Sick Leave

In partial modification to Clause 27 of Bipartite Settlement dated 27.3.2000, Casual Leave converted into Sick Leave may also be availed without production of medical certificate for 4 days at a time once in a year or two days at a time, twice a year.

Special Sick Leave

With effect from the 1.6.2015, Special Sick Leave up to 30 days may be granted to an employee once during his/her entire period of service for donation of kidney/ organ.

Extraordinary Leave

In partial modification of Clause 13.34 of Settlement dated 19th October 1966, (in case of State Bank of India, Clause 7.34 of Agreement dated 31st March 1967) in exceptional circumstances, Extraordinary Leave may be sanctioned (without wages) not exceeding 3 months on any one occasion and upto a maximum of 24 months during the entire period of an employees' service.











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