1.Normally for each month, an employee would have earned 2.5 days of earned leave totalling to 30 days in a year in a government organisation. 2.Since you are working as an Assistant Professor in a Pharmacy college since 11 years, each year your leave account shall be credited 30 days earned leave, subject to a maximum credit limit of 300 days at any given point of time. 3.In the earned leave there will be 2 components, i.e., (a) encashable earned leave and (b) non-encashable earned leave in a government organisation. An employee will have the option to encash the half of earned leave credited to his credit each year. 4.Earned leave can be availed by obtaining permission from the competent authority well in advance and has to be availed after getting confirmation from the competent authority. 5. Earned leave can be availed for any function like marriage in the family, for long sightseeing trip, sickness etc., and also to set off against the notice period in case of resignation. 6.Gratuity is paid for the employee who has completed 5 years of service at the rate of 15 days equivalent salary for each completed year of service. 7. You can avail savings in your account in EPF by applying to the PF office of the concerned jurisdiction or can get the accumulated savings transferred to your account of the new employer. 8. EL is what you have earned during the service of the organisation and it is your right to avail the same. However prior permission of the competent authority is a must and the EL can be set-off against the notice period in case of resignation and can be availed for family function, trip in the family, study leave, or for any reason which requires long absence from the organisation. 9. The college is bound to provide you the earned leave which you have earned. However prior sanction of the competent authority is a must.