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Anonymous

Posted 1 day ago

Hi I am working in a labour right organisation from jan 2017. I applied for my maternity benefit last week and today I got a mail from my org that my service would be ended by 31 dec because of lack of resources. They are denying my right. What can I do?

A. please share the details of termination notice. Based on that a legal notice needs to be served on your employer.
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Anonymous

Posted 3 months ago

Hello sir, I am a primary teacher in Uttar Pradesh govt. I am 4 months pregnant. I have applied for inter district transfer from Azamgarh on the ground of husband's working place and residence in January 18 and get transferred to my third choice Bulandshahr in june 18. During councilling basic Shiksha Adhikari appointed me to a school which is 130+ km away from my residence. It is impossible for me to travel this distance in this condition and doctors have also forbidden me from traveling long distances. I tried to communicate this matter with my basic Shiksha Adhikari and district magistrate of Bulandshahr but they denied any kind of support. Please suggest me what I can do now?

A. Immediately file writ petition into high court.serve legal notice to authority for considering your situation and condition. Approach to vidhikarya high court lawyer for better resolutions.
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Anonymous

Posted 4 months ago

I have joined on May 2017 and worked 120 days in an government service sector under contract basis. From september 2017 I took maternity leave and I applied my consultancy (mumbai)for MB . They asked me to send documents for company approval. But my working company (chennai)stopped the process stating that am outsourced. Government won't give money when you are in leave. So we can't provide MB and rejected my rejoining. Is an outsourcing women eligible for MB? CiteHr( forum) connected by many HR from varies cities said you are eligible. Kindly contact labour commissioner.Please Give your valuable suggestion to get clear idea and process further..

A. What are your terms of service on contact, outsourced, service conditions, have you obtained prior permission of ML. & what about your continuation of services. better to consult a family lawyer to take up the issue quickly.
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Hi. I've been in this company for over two years now. Got pregnant on December 2017 and my due date is on September 04, 2018. My ESI coverage was only till February 2018 (15k gross salary) since I got higher post with salary increment (21,820 gross salary). I came to know that I can claim ESI full pay- which is 15K (ESI coverage period salary) for the complete 6 months of maternity leave. Whereas I also came to know that I can ask my company for the complete payment of my current pay - which my HR denies. What can I do on this? Can I claim the rest of the gross salary (21,820-15,000 = 6820 Rs) from my company? Or will my ESI coverage get cancelled and I should go forward claiming my full salary from company alone for 6 months? My HR also says that if my ESI coverage gets cancelled, they can even cut my maternity leave to 3 months or accordingly and not pay me/pay me just basic salary for just 3 months of approved leave. Kindly advise.

A. if you are covered under ESIC then the salary for the period will be paid by ESIC along with the medical care.
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Hi, I have a divorcee mother and I wish to change my daughter's surname to my paternal surname.. How do I go forward?

A. Dear Sir, Yes, you can change as per following procedure. ========================================================================================================= Dear Friend, Karnataka Govt. has its own rules and same has to be followed by all the companies in Karnataka. The link is below: The Karnataka Government Servants (Procedure for Change of Names) Rules, 1967. http://www.schooleducation.kar.nic.in/pdffiles/Forms_Proc/ChangeOfNameGovtServants.pdf BRUHAT BENGALURU MAHANAGARA PALIKE TO OBTAIN BIRTH AND DEATH CERTIFICATES OF ALL THE EVENTS OCCURED IN THE http://bbmp.gov.in/documents/10180/456501/FAQs+(Statics+English).pdf/d4ca9b70-668c-45c4-a0f2-5b51df341e4e Experience share by an individual http://www.vijaypadiyar.in/blog/2012/06/how-to-change-name-legally-in-india/comment-page-6 Notifying In Karnataka Gazette Regarding Your Name Change https://legaldesk.com/name-change/name-change-process-karnataka Procedure to correct name in SSLC marks card? There is a procedure you have to follow for correction of name in the SSLC mark sheet and you have to file an application for it to the board which will be forwarded by the School Headmaster. You can get your name changed by following a simple procedure which is given below. • Just explain your problem to your school Headmaster that you have this problem in your mark sheet. • You will be given an application form for correction of name in your certificate. • You have to forward various documents related to your admission in the school with this application like admission form which was filled during admission into the school, school leaving certificate and other relevant documents related to your admission which mentions your correct name. • This application will be forwarded to the board by your school headmaster and if your documents are valid then there will be no problem in correction of your name in the marks sheet. SARALA ONLINE SERVICES - KARANTAKA http://sakala.kar.nic.in/sakalaonline/SSLC/Migration.aspx?Dep_Code=ED&ServiceName=kxH2V6pyzjL3Q8UXId4RRxlFxnfMzSSPpybwewQ3/AmFpAWrTKC/yg==&ServiceCode=0FPLoCXbc/I=&SubserviceName=kxH2V6pyzjL3Q8UXId4RR6Qe/D8K2A23pybwewQ3/Am7m0H7L29iE8ro0R2eaAOu&Subservicecode=q7ivX76CzuE=&Department=F9IdfNJIrLE=
Kishan Dutt Kalaskar Retired Judge Exp: 32 Year(s) Bangalore
Hello, I am working in Gujarat Electricity Board from 2 years on regular basis. I have 60 Earned Leave balance. So I can get 6 month maternity leave + 2 months Earned Leave total 8 months without any issues as per my knowledge. Now the question is if I want more 1 to 2 year leave for child care then what should I do? This leave type will be LWP (Leave Without Pay). Will wait for your replies.. Thank You.

A. Dear Sir, You may apply for Leave Without Pay but the management may not sanction, if sanctioned then every women employee will apply and the management unable to run its activities.
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I am working in Gujarat Electricity Board from 2 years on regular basis. I can get 6 months maternity leave. then I have 60 Earned Leave balance it means 2 month. so I can get 6+2=8 months continue leave during delivery without any issue. Now suppose I want some more leave approximate 1 year or 1.5 year for child care then what should I do? This leave type will be LWP(Leave without Pay). What are the procedure to get this much time LWP?

A. Previous answer hold good.
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Anonymous

Posted 6 months ago

Sir My husband is a kerala state govt employee,as per the information I have I think the govt is not providing any medical insurance ,I am a housewife, is it possible to get a medical reimbursement for delivery in private hospitals in kerala? Regards

A. Dear Mam, Medical Insurance and medical reimbursement are different things. Government has separate rules and policies for its employees as well as for the family menbers of its employees.
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Chhaviraj Dhanetwal

Posted 8 months ago

My wife working with a college in Jaipur from past 3 years now she is pregnant and her due date of delivery is 21-04-18. When she applied for maternity leave in college her principal denied to accept the application and instead he terminated her services because she is asking for maternity leave. Please guide what to do

A. Hello sir, No one in their sane mind would deny a maternity leave to a woman. You can send the above mentioned principal a Legal Notice u/s 12 of the Maternity Benefits Act 1961 (as amended till date) with the help of an advocate. Or you can report the matter with the Ministry of Women and Child department.
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