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question iconServing notice period

I work in MNC from last two months and I gave my resignation because I want to prepare for higher studies and exam is after 2 months so I wanted early release. I am in a project but training is going on and it became very hectic for me to handle both. But HR is not giving me early release and forcing me to serve three months notice period. According to contract if I don't serve I have to pay salary for three months and I am ready for that but he is not giving me that option. I really want to quit and legally it will take minimum one month till then almost half of notice period will be over.

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Abhimanyu  Shandilya

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A.If you are ready to pay salary in lieu of the notice period then send them a formal mail/letter for the same and even after that if the HR is not agreeing then you quit by depositing all the assets to the company. Later if the company is making ant legal issues out of that then you can show them the mail/letter.

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