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Can anyone tell me the exact difference between relieving letter and No objection certificate? Regards, Shraddha
From India, Gurgaon
As per my knowledge Relieving letter will be given to the employee by the HR Dept who is resigning from the present organisation mentioning that the period of the employee is worked with the organisation, and the date and time of relieving will be mentioned on the certificate.
Where as NOC is a clearance given by the concern Dept head or branch head to the HR dept saying that the employees does not possess any assets or any official documents of the organisation , charge is handovered to the head so there is no objection from the head to clear the employee settlements from the organisation.
I think U can understand what i am trying to explain the differance.

From India, Hyderabad
Relieving letter - Employer should give relieving letter and experience certificate to the employees, who were resigned their job by giving proper notice period.
No Objection Certificate, HR should get it from other internal departments regarding an employee who has resigned the job from the organization.
i.e., From Finance - Regarding any salary advance or loan amount etc.
From Marketing / Sales - Particulars regarding the current clients and amount to be collected etc.
From Production / Maintenance - Any tools taken from production / Maintenance etc.,
It will vary according to the departments were an employee served.

From India, Hyderabad
Releving letter it is confined to "employer issuing to the"whomsoever concerned" he is no more on the company rolls and would be stating about the date of leaving the company. in furhterance of which note given by the employer stating that it has severed the relationship with the Employee. It is external document issued for the purpose of the employee.
NOC: it is an internal document sought by the employer and which signifies that he is not having any dues with the concerned departments like finance, accounts, HR etc.
Hoping that u could find interesting to make note of it.

From India, Hyderabad
Releving Letter given from HR Department against NDC. but NDC (No Due Certificate) given from User department.
From India, Pune
Dear Sirs / Madams,
Further to above, what I know, the NOC could be used by an employee for other purposes too like Applying for Passport [Govt & Defence Services], applying for job change and attending interview with other company etc. etc.
~ Srivastava ---------

From United States, Saint Peters
Relieving Order - The phrase itself clearly indicates relieving from the assignment either permanently or temporarily. Normally will be given at the time of resigning, undergoing training, deputation. I.e the incumbent is freed from the clutches of the organization.
NOC- No Objection Certificate is issued from the authority concerned to the official for further action on the matter. NOC implies that the authorities concerned have no objection to act on the request placed by the official.

please help me about NOC sample,i had come back from saudia form one and half year ago,so i need statement for
making noc,becoz i wnat to aply another company,they demand noc for saudi embassy,kindly provide me statement
.if anyboy know about it thanks,

From Pakistan, Lahore
Dear Shraddha,
Bascically releving letter is provided to an employee by an employer during his / her last working day in any organisation.Reliving can also be considered as an Experience Letter from previous work organisation.
NOC (No objection certificate) is basically provided or produced or drafted generally for legal matters like real estate matters (buying or renting out any premises),insurance claim (medical / vehical / house ) in case of illness/accident/robbery/fire,Land deal buy or sell
No organisation provides NOC at time of leaving the organisation.
Hope your doubt is clear.
Sumeet Choudhary

From India, Pune
Hi All,
This is really helpful discussion. My understanding is in line with many of above comments. Yes NoC is an internal documentation required by the concerned HR department or concerned team to ensure that there is no dues or no obligation on the employee who has resigned. Based on the clearance, they can issue the Relieving Letter to the employee with full and final settlement.
In current organisational practices, most of the organizations, maintains system generated record which is tagged with respective Employee ID of particular employee. All that finance, HR and other need to do is to click on the approve button or clearance button available in the system. Once system shows no dues, then Relieving Letter is issued to the employee who resigned from the organization. So mostly, NoC is a internal document.
I would like to know, while an employer already issued an Relieving Letter an employee. Is that employee still require to issue a NoC from the employer in addition to the relieving Letter.
Please let me know your thought on the same.

From India, Mumbai
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