THE WORKING JOURNALISTS (CONDITIONS OF SERVICE) AND MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS RULES,1957

The Working Journalists (Conditions of Service) and Miscellaneous Provisions Rules, 1957

Contents

Sections

Particulars

Chapter I

Preliminary

1

Short title

2

Definitions

Chapter II

Gratuity

3

Payment of gratuity

4

Gratuity due to a deceased working journalist to whom payable

5

Nominations

6

Deductions from gratuity

Chapter III

Hours Of Work

7

Special provisions regarding editor’s etc

8

Normal working day

9

Interval for rest

10

Compensation for overtime work

11

Conditions governing night shifts

12

Interval preceding change of shift

Chapter IV

Holidays

13

Number of holidays in a year

14

Compensatory holidays

15

Wages for holidays

16

Wages for weekly day of rest

Chapter V

Leave

17

Competent Officers

18

Application for leave

19

Recording of reason for refusal or postponement of leave

20

Affixing of holidays to leave

21

Holidays intervening, during period of leave

22

Recall before expiry of leave

23

Production of medical certificate of fitness before resumption of duty

24

Designation of authorized medical practitioner

25

Earned leave

26

Wages during earned leave

27

Cash compensation for earned leave not availed of

28

Leave on medical certificate

29

Maternity leave

30

Quarantine leave

31

Extraordinary leave

32

Leave not due

33

Study leave

34

Casual leave

35

Wages during casual leave

Chapter VI

Miscellaneous

35A

Manner of giving notice under section l2 of the Act

36

Application under section 17 of the Act

37

Maintenance of registers, records and muster-rolls

38

Effect of rules and agreements inconsistent with these rules

Form

Form A

Form AA

Form B

Form C

Form D

Form E

Form F

Form G

Form H

In exercise of the powers conferred by section 29 of the Working Journalists (Conditions of Service) and Miscellaneous Provisions Act, 1955 (45 of 1955), the Central Government hereby makes the following Rules, namely

Rules and Regulation of India

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