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"If they do not communicate anything to you, it means that your probation has been extended "

Hi Sanjeev, in reply to the above statement, how can the probation be extended to an indefinite period??? when the probation period is for a fixed tenure how can the extension be indefinite.It means if the company doesnot cofirm in writing after say 6 months, will the employee continue to stay in probation even if he works for lets say 2-5 years in the company !!!. I think in any case of extension the company has to communicate the extension period which should be of a fixed tenure either in the offer letter or separately after the probation period.

The Co must have intimated you about the extension of probation period with the span specific.
In your case I presume that the probation is satisfactorily over and you are confirmed and the rules applicable to confirmed employs are relevant to u also. So proceed accordingly

Please go through the offer letter clearly, read the points carefully ask the HR for further clarifications try to express our situation to HR or the concerned authorities regarding your problem. In my point of view no company will keeps employees and let them work without their interest to work. Might be their will be an clause states on non submission of resignation letter you may be required to put down 1 month salary.

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