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Monday, April 07, 2014

Clarification on ACP / MACP to Ordnance Labourers

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INDWF publishes an order issued by the Department of Defence Production regarding the issue of upgradations under ACP and MACP in Ordnance Establishements for the posts of Unskilled (Labourers) and Semi Skilled Workers...

ACP / MACP to labourers - reg.

Will the 7th CPC Extend Child Care Leave for Male Employees Too?

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Will the 7th CPC Extend Child Care Leave for Male Employees Too?

Child Care Leave, introduced by the 6th CPC, was a boon for women employees. 

Women employees have for long, been entitled to Maternity Leave. The 90 days paid leave granted as maternity leave was extended to 135 days by the 5th CPC. The 6th CPC further increased it to 180 days. 

Based on the very reasonable request presented by ATMAJA (Association of Adoptive Parents), the Government announced ‘Child Adoption Leave’ for female employees in 2006. Orders were issued to grant 135 days leave for female employees who adopt child upto one year of age. 

The 6th CPC introduced a family welfare privilege for female employees. Consequent upon the decisions taken by the Government on the recommendations of the 6th CPC relating to Maternity Leave and Child Care Leave, the Central Govt decided that the existing provisions of Maternity Leave enhanced to 180 days.


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