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Sikkim High Court Announces Menstrual Leave for Female Employees [Read Order]

By Saket Sourav      29 May, 2024 01:15 PM      0 Comments
Sikkim High Court Announces Menstrual Leave for Female Employees

Sikkim: In a progressive move, the Sikkim High Court has announced the provision of menstrual leave for its female employees working in the High Court Registry. According to a notification dated May 23, 2024, issued by Registrar General Prajwal Khatiwada, women employees are now entitled to 2-3 days of menstrual leave per month.

To avail themselves of this leave, employees must first consult the Medical Officer attached to the High Court and obtain their recommendation.

The notification reads: “Women employees in the High Court Registry may henceforth avail menstrual leave of 2-3 days per month, provided they approach the Medical Officer attached to the High Court and obtain the latter’s recommendation for such leave.”

Additionally, the notification clarified that menstrual leave will be granted without deducting from the employee's regular leave accounts. 

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