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A school teacher has approached the Delhi High Court seeking its directive on paternity leave to male employees of unaided recognised private schools, after his employer turned down his demand in this regard.

Chander Mohan Jain, a PGT commerce teacher with N.K. Bagrodia public school, in his petition has contended that the directorate of education failed to direct the school to grant 15 days of paternity leave to him despite his repeated representation.

“The directorate of education is constitutionally and statutorily obliged to take action against the respondent school for its failure to grant paternity leave,” Jain’s counsel Ashok Aggarwal said.

The counsel stated that the school allowed Jain to go on leave between January 2 to 17, but later it deducted Rs 9,239 from his salary, saying that he was not entitled for the paternity leave.

“The school is totally unjustified in declining to grant paternity leave to me as requested in the leave application on January 2, 2009,” Jain said. As per the Delhi Education Act, a male employee is entitled to 15 days leave.

 



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