The following are two applications written to the University of Delhi by a security guard of theirs in demand for a leave. Everyone can use these Formats according to their need. Necessary changes can be done.
University of Delhi
Subject: Leave Application by a Security Guard
I’d like to state that I’ve been working as a security guard at your workplace since 2011. My paternal house is in Chennai, as you are aware. My wife was badly hurt in an accident there. I need to travel there to care for her and our children since she is unable to help herself. That is why I need to take a five-day break from Monday, September 12th, to Friday, September 17th, returning to the guard position on Saturday, September 18th. I am a very hardworking guard, but right now my wife needs me the most and I have to be with her at all costs.
I shall be humbly thankful to you for this generous act. Thank you for taking out time from your very busy schedule to read this, hoping for a quick and positive response from you, respected Principal.
University of Delhi
Subject: Leave Application by a Guard
I hope everything is going well for you. I’m Ranjeet Singh, the security guard at the University of Delhi’s main entrance. As you are aware, I have carried out my responsibilities with the highest honesty and professionalism. However, I’ve had persistent headaches since yesterday owing to a sudden shift in the timing of my duties from the regular routine tonight. Today, I’m experiencing an increase in my body temperature as a result of a fever, which might be the result of extreme physical exhaustion. Due to a fever, I am afraid I will be unable to complete my duties tomorrow.
I’m writing to you after finishing today’s work. I would be thankful if you could give me the day off tomorrow so that I may go to the hospital for a doctor’s checkup. Moreover, I will be grateful for your acceptance of my application. Thank you for taking the time to go through my application and I’m hoping for a quick and positive response from you.
Main Gate Security Guard