• Regarding maternity leave

Respected Sir/ Madam

My self is Seema w/o Vinesh Kumar r/o H No- 87B , BLock- GA, Second Floor , Pul Prahladpur New Delhi-110044. i joind  in GGSS  Sriniwaspui (School ID- 1924031) under  Directorate of Education ,Govt of NCT of Delhi in session 2012-13 on 17/07/2012 as a Guest teacher (P.G.T. - Hindi) vide ID no 21011021047 .and after joining of regular teacher  i relived from the my post after a period of two and half month.

On the basis of same i  again joined the Directorate of education Govt of NCT of Delhi as a PGT Hindi (Guest) and posted in GGSSS Madanpur Khadar (School ID-1925404) through Deputy Director of Education Distt. -South East , C-Block ,Defence Colony New Delhi on 09/08/2016 vide same ID no  no 21011021047.
at the time of joining i was pregnant of approx 9 month and my delivery date was  due . so i applied for the 12 week (84 days) maternity leave from 16/08/2016 to 08/11/2016.
Now  i want to know  ,"Am i entitled for the maternity leave." and ," these leave will full pay or not."
If I am entitled for the same then provide proper guidance and help me.

with regards 

Seema w/o Vinesh Kumar
 r/o H No- 87B , BLock- GA, Second Floor ,
 Pul Prahladpur
 New Delhi-110044
Mobile No-9911252146
Asked 1 year ago in Labour from New Delhi, Delhi
all female employees  whether contract ,  adhoc , permanent, or temporary entitle to maternity leave 

in state of HP v/s sudesh  kumari held by HP HC that all female employees entitled to maternity leave
Ajay Sethi
Advocate, Mumbai
45421 Answers
2668 Consultations

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Yes u r entitled for maternity leave if u have disclosed the fact that u r pregnant. I know the thing i said is kiddish but it is fact. For further u can contact me in the evening 
Shivam Sood
Advocate, Ludhiana
93 Answers
1 Consultation

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If your joining on 09.08.2016 is confirmed, your are eligible for paid maternity leave with full payment. You have to submit your health reports proving your pregnancy, delivery and doctors reports regarding further mandatory rest period with the head of the school and copies shall be send to District Educational Officer, District Collector and concerned Govt., Principle Secretary and they will consider for the same.    
Lakshmi Kanth
Advocate, Hyderabad
404 Answers
13 Consultations

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1. Every female employee is entitled to receive maternity benefit if she works for a continuous period of 80 days in the twelve months immediately preceding the date of her expected delivery. If the woman employee is not covered under the ESI Act, 1948 then in that case she is eligible to have maternity benefit under this Maternity Benefit Act of 1961.

2. Maternity Leave shall not be debited to the leave account. It may be combined with leave of any other kind except Casual Leave. During maternity leave, leave salary equal to last pay drawn is admissible.
Ashish Davessar
Advocate, Jaipur
22977 Answers
634 Consultations

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The latest ruling with regard to maternity leave is that even the contractual employees are entitled to  ML for 12 weeks.
The government is considering to extend the maternity leave from 12 weeks to 24 weeks at par with the regular employees.
You are entitled to maternity leave with full pay, if your application is rejected then you can send a written representation quoting the rule in this regard.
T Kalaiselvan
Advocate, Vellore
35583 Answers
385 Consultations

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