You are at wrong by not giving notice as per your terms of your appointment letter which presumably you had agreed. If it was two month's notice, then you should have complied.
Anybody can resign by giving required notice. When you have faulted on this , you are raising wrong and irrelevant questions.
If you want smooth separation, your options are to give the required notice or pay equivalent salary and move forward.
25th September 2018 From India, Mumbai
.....A Probationer is appointed agaisnt a Permanent Post in the Sanctioned Workforce, as Probationer-on-Probation for either Six Months or One year and only on satisfactory Completion of the Prescribed Probation Period ( or even earlier in some exceptional Performer's cases) and duly CONFIRMED by an Order in Writing s/he shall be made Permanenet, and
since the Probationary Period is "Wait & Watch" the Pefomance Output and Behaviour of the concerned Probationer, s/he was under No Ogligations, whatsoever to give Notice before Quiting the ongoing Probation as the Employer /the Appointing Authority had the Prerogative and Priviledge-- Non-Negotiable at that-- to Terminate Probation at any time/day without any Notice Period or Pay in lieu thereof.
The Point of Giving Notice shall be applicable/enfoceable Only in cases of Permanent Employee or the Appointing Authority when either of the Two so decide to Quit the Employment-a Contract.
Seeking Compensation in lieu of Notice Period from a Probationer who is Still Not A Permanent Employee against Permanent Post is Unfair, Unjust and Improper. In fact, the Probationer who takes " Unknown to him Risks" of leaving previous Employment stares at an Uncertain Future, Unsettled Career, Stopped Regular Income in addition to repentance for hasty decision.
Lets promote Humane Touch, as it were, for Bonding, Commitment, Sense of Belongingness is hard to come by
Kritarth Team Hopes Good Sense prevails
Sharan, Kritarth Team,
25 Sept 2018
25th September 2018 From India, Delhi