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Various Returns Under Factories Act 1948

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FACTORIES ACT, 1948

Form 34 (Revised)

[Prescribed under Rule 12(a)]

ANNUAL RETURN

For the year ending 31st December __________

1.         Registration number of Factory :

2.         Name of Factory                                  :           M/s

3.         Name of Occupier                                :           Mr.

4.         Name of the Manager                           :           Mr.

5.         District                                                 :

6.         Full Postage Address of Factory           :

7.         Nature of Industry                                :

NUMBER OF WORKER AND PARTICULARS OF EMPLOYMENT

8.         No. of days worked in the year :

9.         No. of Man Days worked during the

                        a)         Men                             :

                        b)         Women                        :

                        c)         Children                       :

  1.       Average number of workers employed :

(See explanatory note)

                        a)         Adults              (i)         Men

                                                            (ii)        Women

                        b)         Adolescent       (i)         Male

                                                            (ii)        Female

                        c)         Children           (i)         Male

                                                            (ii)        Female

  1. Total No. of Man hours worked including over time :

a)   Men                             :

b)   Women                        :

c)   Children                       :

  1. Average number of hours worked per week :

(See explanatory note)

a)                  Men                             :

b)                  Women                        :

  1. (a) Does the factory carry out process or operations

            Declared as dangerous under section 87 (see rule 116)

       (b) if so, give the following information

Name of the dangerous process of operations   Average No. of persons employed daily in each of

Carried on                                                                    the processes or operations given in col 1

1                                                                                  2

(i)

(ii)

(iii)

LEAVE WITH WAGES

  1. Total number of workers employed during the year:

a)                  Men

b)                  Women

c)                  Children

  1. Number of workers who were entitled to annual

Leave with wages during the year

a)                  Men

b)                  Women

c)                  Children

  1. Number of workers who were granted leave during the year

a)                  Men

b)                  Women

c)                  Children

  1. a) Number of workers who were discharged, or

Dismissed from the services, or quit employment,

Or were superannuated, or who died while

Service during the year.

b) Number of such workers in respect of whom

wages in lieu of leave were paid.

SAFETY OFFICERS

18. a) Number of Safety Officers required to be

            Appointed as per notification under

            Section 40-B

      b) Number of Safety Officers appointed

AMBYLANCE ROOM

  1. Is there an ambulance room provided in the

Factory as required under Section 45?

CANTEEN

  1. a) Is there a canteen provided in the factory

required under section 46?

b) Is the canteen provided managed?

   i) Departmentally, or

   ii) Through a Contractor?

SHELTERS OR REST ROOMS AND LUNCH ROOMS

  1.  a) Are there adequate & suitable shelters or rest

Rooms provided in the factory as required under

Section 47?

b) Are there adequate and suitable much rooms

Provided in the factory as required under

Section 47?

CRECHES

  1. Is there a crèche provided in the factory as

Required under section 48?

WELFARE OFFICER

23. a)   Number of Welfare Officers required to be

            Appointed under section 49?

b)      Number of Welfare Officers appointed

ACCIDENTS

24. a)   Total Number of accidents (see explanatory note)

            i)          Fetal

            ii)         Non-Fetal

b) Accident in which workers returned to work

During the year to which this returns relate.

i)  Accidents (workers injured) occurring during

The previous year in which injured works

Returned to work during the year to which this

Return relates.

aa) Number of Accidents

bb) Man Days lost due to Accidents

c) Accidents (workers injured) occurring during the

Previous year in which injured workers did not

Return to work during the year to which this return relate to

            aa) Number of Accidents

            bb) Man Days lost due to Accidents

SUGGESTION SCHEME

25.  a) Is a suggestion scheme in operation in the factory?

       b) If so, the number of suggestions

i)     Received during the year

ii)       Accepted during the year

d)        Amount awarded in cash prizes during the year

i)     Total amount awarded

ii)                   Value of maximum cash prizes awarded

iii)                 Value of minimum cash prizes awarded

Certified that the information furnished above is to the best of my knowledge and belief, correct.

                                                                                                                        Signature of the Manager

                                                                                                                        Date……………………….

 

Explanatory Note: –

  1. The average number of workers employed daily should be calculated by dividing the aggregate number of attendance on working days (that is, man days worked) by the number of working days in the year. In reckoning attendance, attendance by temporary as well as permanent employed should be counted and all employees should be included, whether they are employed directly or under contractors. Attendance on separate shifts (e.g. night and day shifts) should be counted separately. Days on which the factory was closed for whatever cause and days on which the manufacturing processes were not carried on should not be treated as working days. Partial attendance for less than half a shift on a working day should be ignored, while attendance for half a shift or more or such day should be treated as full attendance.
  1. For seasonal factories, the average number of workers employed during the working season and off-season should be given separately. Similarly the number of days worked and average number of man-hours worked per week during the working and off-season should be given separately.
  1. The average number of hours worked per week means the total actual hours worked by all workers during the year excluding the rest intervals but including overtime work, divided by the product of total number of workers employed in the factory during the year and 52. In the case the factory has not worked for the whole year, the number of weeks during which the factory worked should be used in place of the figure52.
  1. Every person killed or injured should be treated as one separate accident. If in one occurrence six persons were injured or killed, should be counted six accidents.
  1. In item 24(a), the number of accidents, which took place during the year, should be given. In case non-fatal accidents only those accidents, which prevented workers from working for 48 hours or more, should be indicated.

 FORM NO. III

 

Annual Return for the year 2010

Prescribed under section 18(I) of the Minimum Wages Act, 1948 abd Rule 21 (4-A) of the H.P. Minimum Wages Rules, 1959

Note: Information may be given only for those categories of workers in respect of whom minimum wages have been fixed under the minimum wages act, 1948.

  1. Name of Establishment with full postal address:
  1. No. of days worked during the year:

Adults              Children

  1. No. of Man days worked during the year                      _________      ________

(Total Attendence)

  1. Average No. of persons employed daily during

The year                                                                                   _________      _________

5.         Total Wages Paid                                                                     Rs._____________

6.         Cash Value of Wages Paid in Kind

  1.        Deductions made on account of

Fine                                          Damage or Loss                                   Breach of Contract

No. of Cases

Amount

No. of Cases

Amount

No. of Cases

Amount

 

  1. Balance of the fine fund at the beginning of the year  __________________
  2. Disbursement from the fine fund: –

Purpose                                                                        Amount Spent

                        a) _____________________________                      ______________________________

                        b) _____________________________                      _______________________________

                        c) _____________________________                      _______________________________

                        d) _____________________________                      _______________________________

10.  Balance of fine fund at the end of the year:              _____________________________

                                                                                                            Signature of the Manager

                                                                                                            Date ……………………

FORM IV

ANNUAL RETURNS UNDER THE PAYMENT OF WAGES ACT, 1936

WAGES AND DEDUCTION FROM WAGES]

RETURN FOR THE YEAR ENDING 31ST DECEMBER 2010    

  1. a) Name of the factory or establishment and postal address

b)  Code No.

c)  Industry

  1. Number of days worked during the year:
  2. a) No. of Man days worked during the year:

b) Average daily No. of persons employed during the year:

 

                                    Persons receiving                                              Persons receiving Rs. 1000 and

                                    Less than Rs. 1000                                           more but less than Rs. 10000

Adults

Children

a)      Gross amount paid as remuneration to persons getting less than Rs. 1000 including deductions under section 7 (2) …………………….. of which the amount due to profit sharing bonus is ……………………….. and that due to money value of concession is ………………………………..

b)      Gross amount paid as remuneration to persons getting Rs. 1000 and more but less than 10000 including deductions under section 7 (2) ……………… of which the amount due to profit sharing bonus is …………………. And that due to money value of concession is ………………………..]

  1. Total wages paid including deductions under section 7 (2) on the following account :-

Persons receiving less               Persons receiving Rs. 1000 and

Than Rs. 1000                          more but less than Rs. 10000

a)      Basic wages including over time

Wages and non-profit sharing

Bonus

b)      Dearness and other allowance

In cash

c)      Arrears of pay in respect of previous

Year paid and during the year.

 

  1. 5.                  Number of cases and amount realized as: –

 

Persons receiving less                           Persons receiving Rs. 1000  and

Than Rs. 1000                                      more but less than Rs. 10000

      No. of

Cases AmountNo. of CasesAmount

a)      Fines

b)      Deduction for Damages or Loss

c)      Deduction for Breach of Contract

6.   Disbursement From Fines fund:                         Purpose                        Amount

            a)

            b)

7. Balance of fines fund in hand at the end of the year Rs. ……………………….

                                                                                                                  Signature ………………….

                                                                                                                  Designation ……………….

 

  • This is the aggregate number of attendance during the year. The average daily number persons employed during the year is obtained by dividing the aggregate number of attendance during the year by the number of working days.
  • Money value of concessions should be obtained by taking difference of the cost price paid by the employer and the actual price paid by the employees for supplier of essential commodities given free or at concessional rates.

MATERNITY BENEFIT ACT, 1961

FORM ‘N’

(See rule 16)

(MATERNITY BENEFIT RULES, 1973)

Details of payment made during the year ending 31st December 2008

M/S

Name of person to whom paid              _____________                      Amount paid _____________

1.         Date of payment                                                                                   _______________

2.         Woman Employee                                                                                _______________

3.         Nominee of woman                                                                              _______________

4.         Legal representative of woman                                                  _______________

5.         Amount for the period preceding date of expected delivery                    _______________

6.         Amount of the subsequent period                                                          _______________

7.         Under section 8 of the Act                                                                    _______________

8.         Under section 9 of the Act                                                                    _______________

9.         Under section 10 of the Act                                                                  _______________

10.       Number of the woman workers who absconded after receiving the first installment of                                      maternity benefits                                                                                              _______________

11.       Cases where claims were contested in a court of law                             _______________

12.       Result of such cases                                                                              _______________

13.       Remarks                                                                                               _______________

 

                                                                                                SIGNATURE OF THE EMPLOYER

Date _____________

MATERNITY BENEFIT ACT, 1961

FORM “L”

(See Rule 16)

ANNUAL RETURN FOR THE YEAR ENDING 31ST DECEMBER 2008

1 Name of the Establishment M/S
2 Address of the establishment, P.O. District

3Date of opening the establishment 4Date of closing, if closed 5Postal address of the establishment 6Name of the Employer, postal address of the Employer 7Name of Managing Agent, if any, Postal Address of Managing Agent 8Name of Agent or Representative of employer, Postal address of Representative of Employer

9Name of Manager, Postal address of Manager

10(a) Name of Medical Officer, if any attached to the establishment?

(b) Qualification of medical Officer attached to the establishment

(c) Is he resident at the establishment?

(d) If a part time employee, how often does he pay visit to the establishment? 11(a) Is there any hospital attached to the establishment?

(b) If so, how manyu beds are provided for women employees?

(c) Is there a lady Doctor?

(d) If so, what are her qualifications?

(e) Is there a qualified Midwife?

(f) Has any Crech been Provided?

DATE: –

                                                                                                            SIGNATURE OF THE EMPLOYER

Form 35

HALF YEARLY RETURN

For the Period ending 30th June ___________

Name of Factory                                                          : M/s

Name of Occupier                                                        : Mr.

Name of the Manager                                                   : Mr.

  1. District                                                 :
  2. Full Postage Address of Factory           :
  3. Nature of Industry                                :
  4. Average No. of Employees worked      :

Men                             :

Women                        :

            Adults

                                                Men __________________

                                                Women _______________

            Childern

                                                Men __________________

                                                Women _______________

 

  1. Total Number of Hours worked at the end of  91104 hrs

31st Dec 2008 during the Half Year _______ Days

Signature of Occupier                                                                           Signature of Manager

  • The average number of workers employed daily should be calculated by dividing the aggregate number of attendance on working days (that is man days worked) by the number of working days in the last six months. In reckoning attendance, attendance by temporary as well as permanent employed should be counted and all employees should be included, whether they are employed directly or under contractors. Attendance on separate shifts (e.g. night and day shifts) should be counted separately. Days on which the factory was closed for whatever cause and days on which the manufacturing processes were not carried on should not be treated as working days.
  • Partial attendance for less than half a shift on a working day should be ignored, while attendance for half a shift or more such day should be treated as full attendance

Certified that the information furnished above is to the best of my knowledge and belief, correct.

Date …………………………..                                                                                  Signature of the Manager

WORKMEN’S COMPENSATION

Return relating to period from Jan-2008 to 31st Dec-2008

State                                                                       :

District                                                                   :

Town or Village                                                    :

Post Office                                                            :

Name of Establishment                                       :

Name of Work                                                      :

Average Numbers Employed Per day               : ____________________________________

                                Adults    (Men)                     :

                                Minors   (Women)               :

Accidents

Occupational Diseases

Number of cases of injuries in respect of which final compensation has been paid during the year Amount of compensation paid Number of cases of diseases in respect of which final compensation has been paid during the year Amount of compensation paid
Death Permanent Disablement Temporary Disablement Death Permanent Disablement Temporary Disablement Death Permanent Disablement Temporary Disablement Death Permanent Disablement Temporary Disablement
Adult

Minors

Date:………………………                                                                                   Signature………………………………

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Designation……………………………

Note4s: –

  1. In case where more establishment than one are owned by the same employer, a separate return should be furnished for each establishment. When in any establishment the workmen employed fall in two or more of the district categories to which the return relates, e.g. in the case of a tea estate categories A and B (v) a separate sheet should be used for the statistics of each category.
  2. Enter the class of establishment according to the process or product, e.g. cotton weaving and spinning factory, coal mine.
  3. Include all employees whether permanent or temporary who would, in the case of accidents be eligible for compensation under the act and for whom a return is required to be furnished. Numbers employed should be shown even if there are no payments of compensation to report.
  4. Include only those cases in which the final payment of compensation was made during the year. A deposit with commissioner should be treated as a payment of the employer.
  5. Include all compensation paid in respect of the cases mentioned in footnote (4), whether such compensation was paid during the year or previous to its commencement. Exclude all payments in cases in which the final payment had not been made by the end of the year to which the return relates.
  6. Only such disablement as last for more than seven days should be shown [Section (4) (I)(d) of the Act]
  7. Where the benefit actually allowed (e.g. hospital leave on full pay) is in excess of the compensation admissible under the act, only the amount of compensation so admissible should be entered in the return.
  8. Viz, anthrax, lead poisoning, phosphorus poisoning, mercury poisoning, benzene poisoning, chrome ulceration and compressed air illness only.

MATERNITY BENEFIR ACT, 1961

 

FORM ‘O’

(See rule 16)

(HIMACHAL PRADESH MATERNITY BENEFIT RULES, 1973)

Prosecution during the year ending 31st December 2008

M/S

Place of employment of the women employee Number of cases instigated

Number of cases which resulted in convictionRemarks

 

 

 

 

 

                                                                                                SIGNATURE OF EMPLOYER

Dated: _______________________

MATERNITY BENEFIT ACT, 1961

FORM “M”

(See Rule 16)

EMPLOYMENT, DISMISSAL, PAYMENT OF BONUS, ETC., OF WOMEN FOR THE YEAR ENDING ON 31ST DECEMBER 2008

1 Name of [the Mine or Circus]
2 Aggregate number of women permanently or temporarily employed during the year
3 Number of women who worked for a period of not less than [eighty days] in the twelve months immediately preceding the date of delivery
4 Number of women who gave notice under section 6
5 Number of women who were granted permission to remain absent on receipt of notice of confinement
6 Number of claims for maternity benefit paid
7 Number of claims for maternity benefit rejected
8 Number of cases where pre-natal, confinement and post-natal care was provided by the management free of charge (section 8)
9 Number of claims for medical bonus paid (section 8)
10 Number of medical claims for medical bonus rejected.
11 Number of cases in which leave for miscarriage [MTP] was granted.
12 Number of cases in which leave for miscarriage [MTP] was applied for but was rejected.

a)      Number of cases in which leave for tubectomy operation under section 9A was granted.

b)      Number of cases in which leave for tubectomy operation was applied for but was rejected. 13Number of cases in which additional leave for illness under section 10 was granted 14Number of cases in which additional leave for illness under section 10 was applied for but was rejected. 15Number of women who died

a)      Before delivery.

b)      After delivery. 16Number of cases in which payment was made to persons other than the woman concerned 17Number of women discharged or dismissed while working 18Number of women deprived of maternity benefit and / or medical bonus under provision to sub section (2) of section 12 19Number of cases in which payment was made on the order of the Competent Authority or Inspector 20Remarks

N.B. – Full particulars of each case and reasons for the action taken under serials 7, 10, 12, 14, 17 and 18 should be given in Appendix below:-

DATE: –

                                                                                                            SIGNATURE OF THE EMPLOYER

 

FORM “XXV”

[See Rule 82(2)]

ANNUAL RETURNS OF PRINCIPAL EMPLOYER TO BE SENT TO THE REGISTERING OFFICER ENDING YEAR ON 31ST DECEMBER 2008

1 Full name and address of the Principal Employer

2Name of Establishment

(a) District

(b) Postal Address

(‘c) Nature of operations / industry / work carried on 3Full name of the Manager or person responsible for supervision and control of the establishment 4No. of contractors who worked in the establishment during the year (Give details in Annexure) 5Nature of work / operation on which contract labour was employed 6Total number of days during the year on which contract labour was employed 7Total number of days maydays worked by contract labour during the year 8Maximum No. of workmen employed directly on any day during the year 9Total no. of days during the year on which direct labour was employed 10Total No. of maydays worked by directly employed workmen 11Change, if any, in the management of the establishment, its location or any other particulars furnished to the Registering Officer in the application for Registration indicating also the date

Place:  Kumarhatti

DATE: –

                                                                                                                                    PRINCIPAL EMPLOYER

 

ANNEXURE TO FORM

Name and address                    Period of Contract        Nature of          Maximum                     No. of              No. of

Of the Contractor                     From  —  to o–            Work               No. of workers days                 Mondays

                                                                                                            Employed  by each       worked                        worked

                                                                                                            Contractor

            1                                              2                      3                                  4                      5                      6

 

FORM “XXIV”

[See Rule 82(1)]

RETURN TO BE SENT BY THE CONTRACTOR TO THE LICENSING OFFICER

HALF YEAR ENDING ON_______________________

1 Name and address of Contractor
2 Name and address of Establishment
3 Name and Address of Principal Employer

4Duration of ContractFrom                        to

 

5No. of days during the half year on which –

a)      the establishment of the principal employer had worked

b)      the contractors establishment had worked 6Maximum number of contract labour employed on any day during the half year:

Men

Women

Childern 7i)                    Daily hours of work and spread over—

ii)                   (a) Whether weekly holidays observed and on what day

(b) If so, whether it was paid for—

iii)        Number of man hours of overtime worked—

8Number of mandays worked by-

Men

Women

Childern 9Amount of wages paid

Men

Women

Childern 10Amount of deductions from wages, if any-

Men

Women

Childern 11Whether the following have been provided

i)                    Canteen

ii)                   Rest Rooms

iii)                 Drinking water

iv)                 Creches

v)                  First Aid

(if the answer is ‘yes’ state briefly standards provided)

Place:  Kumarhatti

DATE: –

                                                                                                                                    Signature of Contractor

[FORM D]

[See Rule 5]

Annual return – bonus paid to employees for the accounting year ending on 31.03.2008

                        1. Name of Establishment and its complete postal          M/s  

                                                                                                             

 

                        2. Name of Industry                                                      M/s  

                        3. Name of Employer                                                  

                        4. Total Number of Employee                          

                        5. Number of employees benefited by bonus payments

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

Total amount payable as bonus under section 10 or 1 of the Payment of Bonus Act, 1965 as the cas may be Settlement if any, reached under section 18(1) or 12(3) of the Industrial Dispute Act, 1947 with date Percentage of Bonus declared to be paid Total amount of bonus actually paid Date on which payment made Whether bonus has been paid to all the employees if not, reason for non payment Remaarks

Rs.

 

NIL

8.33%

Rs.  

 

Paid to all eligible employee

NIL

                                                                                                                                                 For  

Authorised Signatory

Ref.                                                                                                                              Date:

To

                        The Labour Commissioner – Cum-

                        Chief Inspector of Factories,

                        Shimla – Himachal Pradesh

Sub.                 Submission of Annual Return 2008

R/Sir,

                        Please find enclosed herewith the following documents:

  1. Application in prescribed form-34 (Revised)
  2. Workmen’s Compensation
  3. Application form No. III
  4. Application form No. IV
  5. Maternity Benefit Act, 1961 Form –“L”
  6. Maternity Benefit Act, 1961 Form – “N”
  7. Maternity Benefit Act, 1961 Form – “O”
  8. Maternity Benefit Act, 1961 Form – “M”
  9. Payment of Bonus Act, 1965 Form – “D”
  10. Half yearly Return Form – 35
  11. Principal Employer Return Form – 25

Kindly do the needful and oblige.

Thanking you.

Yours Truly,

For  

Authorised Signatory

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Form 27a Monthly Return Under Factories Act

Attached herewith Form 27 A this is a monthly return fill up every month before 10th.

 

Form 27 A
Monthly Return
[ See rule 119 (2) ]
Salary statement for the month ended………………………………
This return is to be submitted by all factories electronically
General information
1 Name and address of factory, street,
city, district
2 Name and designation of owner /employer
3 Name and designation of manager
4 Contact details of employer Telephone Fax
e-mail Mobile
5 Contact details of manager Telephone Fax
e-mail Mobile
6 Unique Factory Number
7 Registration number and its expiry date under Registration Number Expiry Date
Factoris Act
8 Legal Status of establishment a.Proprietorship
b.Partnership
c.Private Limited Company
d.Public Limited Company
e.Cooperative Firm
f.Family Business
g.Other
9 Ownership a. National
b.Foreign
c.Joint National and Foreign
10 Type of employment as per the Schedule write down approriate type among the
in the Minimum Wages Act, 1948 Schedule
(Examplaes : Engineering, Loundry, Plastics etc.)
11 Date of commencement of factory
Workforce
Workers over 18 years Workers over 15 years but < 18 years Workers below15 years Total
M F M F M F M F
12 Managers and supervisors (whose wage < 10,000)
13 Number of permanent employees
14 Contract workers
15 Temporary workers
Casual workers
Badli workers
16 Apprentices
Trainees
17 Family members
Paid
Unpaid

 

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Innovative Model to Calculate Return on Training Investment

I have Attached Innovative Model to Calculate Return on Training Investment

Publication: The Economic Times Mumbai;Date: Jul 3, 2012;Section: Career & Business;Page: 8
Most Companies Lack Adequate Diet of ROTI
Research indicates that the ‘transfer of learning’ from management and executive training programmes to the workplace hovers in
the pitiful range of 10-30%. Even so, the amount of resources in time and money invested in such training continues to grow. This
begs the question: are organisations addressing the issue of Return on Training Investment (ROTI) adequately? If not, why not?
Why are training investments not assessed for accountability and returns, as other investments? This question is particularly
timely for organisations in India. The market for management and executive training in India is primed for explosive growth,
propelled by the arrival of topranked institutions such as Harvard, Duke, and Wharton. Indian organisations will soon be blitzed
with marketing efforts from these top-ranked providers of executive training, and we can expect to see increasing numbers of
Indian managers and executives receiving premium-priced training from these and other institutes. The key question: Will
organisations attempt to address the issue of ROTI from these programmes? Most probably, they will not, offering the stock
argument that ROTI is a complex and nebulous idea, and that they don’t have the capability to do so. This argument has only
limited merit; even if organisations don’t have the capability to measure ROTI comprehensively, some of the steps involved could
be assessed, providing insights into the value of training programmes.
ROTI: STEPS INVOLVED
It is important to recognise that the end goal of a typical training programme is not simply learning, but rather, the application of
learning in the workplace. To understand why some managers successfully “act” on their learning after attending a programme
and why others don’t, organisations must appreciate that a training programme is part of a process, rather than a discrete event.
This process includes at least two steps before the training programme: Recognition (recognition of the need for training),
Matching (matching the right managers to the right programme), and at least three steps after the training programme:
Application (application of the learning in the workplace), Impact (assessment of the impact made by the application of the
learning), and Return (measurement of ROI based on impact to the organisation, taking into consideration all relevant costs.) The
pre-programme steps are not necessarily complex and can typically be achieved by currently available expertise in most
organisations through their HR or other relevant departments. The post-programme steps of ROTI are more involved. First, they
require managers to return from training programmes with clear “action plans” that include a schedule for applying one or more
aspects of the learning. Second, organisations need to ensure that they have access to the expertise needed to help assess
application of the learning in the workplace, and evaluate its impact so that ROTI can be addressed. For organisations that have
never addressed ROTI, enforcing all the steps could be difficult initially. However, at the very least, both pre-programme steps can
be enforced, and the first post-programme step can be checked. Most important, data collected on the first two pre-programme
steps can be tied to managers’ successful (or not so successful) application of learning in the workplace, and help shed light on
why the application of learning may vary across managers. These efforts can lay the foundation to ultimately address ROTI, and
ensure training—like other investments—is also subjected to scrutiny, and is assessed for accountability and returns.

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New Monthly Return Under Factories Act in Maharashtra

I am attaching format of monthly return (Form 27A) introduced for the first time under Maharashtra Factories (Amendment) Rules 2012 notified on 3.1.2012 to be filed by all factories electronically by 10th of each month. It will be noticed that wages sheet giving employee-wise details of wages has also to be filed with the return. In case of factories having less than 10 employees and covered under Section 85 shall file monthly return in respect of 3 months at the end of the quarter.

 

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Form 27 A
Monthly Return
[ See rule 119 (2) ]
Salary statement for the month ended………………………………
This return is to be submitted by all factories electronically
General information
1 Name and address of factory, street,
city, district
2 Name and designation of owner /employer
3 Name and designation of manager
4 Contact details of employer Telephone Fax
e-mail Mobile
5 Contact details of manager Telephone Fax
e-mail Mobile
6 Unique Factory Number
7 Registration number and its expiry date under Registration Number Expiry Date
Factoris Act
8 Legal Status of establishment a.Proprietorship
b.Partnership
c.Private Limited Company
d.Public Limited Company
e.Cooperative Firm
f.Family Business
g.Other
9 Ownership a. National
b.Foreign
c.Joint National and Foreign
10 Type of employment as per the Schedule write down approriate type among the
in the Minimum Wages Act, 1948 Schedule
(Examplaes : Engineering, Loundry, Plastics etc.)
11 Date of commencement of factory
Workforce
Workers over 18 years Workers over 15 years but < 18 years Workers below15 years Total
M F M F M F M F
12 Managers and supervisors (whose wage < 10,000)
13 Number of permanent employees
14 Contract workers
15 Temporary workers
Casual workers
Badli workers
16 Apprentices
Trainees
17 Family members
Paid
Unpaid

 

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PF 3A Return Format

I have attached the ecr file for pf e return and If you could use the e-Return tool of EPFO, it will be lot easier to generate Form 3A.

Guidelines
1 At the time of conversion in CSV format you can remove the headers also remove guidelines sheet
2 Members ID duplication protected – We cannot enter the same member id again
3 Date field format – dd/mm/yyyy
4 Relationship with the Member – Select the option for new members
5 Gender – Select the option for new members
6 Reason for leaving – Select the option for the exit members if applicable
7 For more details refer ECR_ForEmployers_FileStructure.pdf file

 

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New monthly return under Factories Act

I have Attached New monthly return under Factories Act

Form 27 A
Monthly Return
[ See rule 119 (2) ]
Salary statement for the month ended………………………………
This return is to be submitted by all factories electronically
General information
1 Name and address of factory, street,
city, district
2 Name and designation of owner /employer
3 Name and designation of manager
4 Contact details of employer Telephone Fax
e-mail Mobile
5 Contact details of manager Telephone Fax
e-mail Mobile
6 Unique Factory Number
7 Registration number and its expiry date under Registration Number Expiry Date
Factoris Act
8 Legal Status of establishment a.Proprietorship
b.Partnership
c.Private Limited Company
d.Public Limited Company
e.Cooperative Firm
f.Family Business
g.Other
9 Ownership a. National
b.Foreign
c.Joint National and Foreign
10 Type of employment as per the Schedule write down approriate type among the
in the Minimum Wages Act, 1948 Schedule
(Examplaes : Engineering, Loundry, Plastics etc.)
11 Date of commencement of factory
Workforce
Workers over 18 years Workers over 15 years but < 18 years Workers below15 years Total
M F M F M F M F
12 Managers and supervisors (whose wage < 10,000)
13 Number of permanent employees
14 Contract workers
15 Temporary workers
Casual workers
Badli workers
16 Apprentices
Trainees
17 Family members
Paid
Unpaid

 

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Annual Return Under Factories Act

 I have Attached Annual Return Under Factories Act

FORM 27 (Annual Return) [see rule 119 (1)]

 

For the year ending________________________________________

 

General information

 

1

Name  and  address  of  factory  –                
  street, city, Taluka, district                  

2

Name and

designation

of

               
  occupier                        

3

Name and

designation

of

               
  manager                        

4

Contact details of occupier   Telephone           Fax  
              e-mail          

Mobile

5

Contact details of manager   Telephone           Fax  
              e-mail          

Mobile

6

Registration number of factory                

7

License under Factories Act   License Number        

Renewed

              upto              

8

Installed HP                      

9

Legal organization     (a)   sole   proprietor (b) partnership

(c)   private

              company (d) public company      
              (e)  cooperative  (f)  family  business  (g)  govt./semi
              government(h) other          

10

Ownership         (a)  national (b) foreign (c) joint national

and

              foreign              

11

Manufacturing process as

per

3   digit   code   as   per   attached   Classification

of

  NIC 2008         Manufacturing Processes        

12

Plan approval number and date  ( Number           Date  
  in chronological order)                    

13

Does the factory have

a

Yes/No     If  yes,  what  is  the  date  of  issue  of

the

  Certificate of Stability?     certificate?              

14

Permanent

serial No. of factory

               
Workforce                          

15

Mention  maximum  number  of  workers  employed  for  any          
  day of the year                 Male   Female
  Permanent employees                      
  i) Managers and supervisors                    
  ii) Workers                          
  a)   Workers over 18 years                    
  b)   Workers over 14 years but < 18 years                
  Total-                            

16

Contract workers                      

17

Daily wage workers                      
  i) Temporary workers                      
  ii) Casual workers                      

18

i) Apprentices                        
              – 3 –              

 

ii) Trainees

 

Total of Sr.No.15 to 18

 

19          Family members of the owner of the factory

 

a)     Paid

 

b)     Unpaid

 

20          a) Security/watchmen

 

b)Name of Security Agency/ Security Guard Board

 

c)  Mathadi workers

21

For   permanent   workers,   how   many   years   of service?
  Less than 1 year  
  1 year to <5years  
  5 years to <10 years  
  More than 10 years  

 

Yes

No

(If so,number)

 

 

22          Does the factory employ its own security guards as direct employees?

 

23          Does the factory employ its own Mathadi workers as direct employees?

 

24          Does the factory employ its own cleaning staff as direct employees?

 

25          Are any contract workers inter-State migrant workers?

 

Inspections

 

26

What  was  the  date  of  the  last Date
  inspection by   a

factory

 
  inspector?            

27

What  was  the  date  of  the  last Date
  spot  safety  audit  by  a  factory  
  inspector?            

28

What  was  the  date  of  the  last Date
  occupational, health and

safety

 
  audit  conducted  by  an  internal  
  auditor?            

29

What  was  the  date  of  the  last Date
  occupational, health and

safety

 
  audit  conducted  by  an  external  
  auditor?            

30

What  was  the  date  of  the  last Date
  examination by a

competent

 
  person?           Equipment/machinery examined ______________
  What   was   examined   on   that  
  date? (Indicate)          

31

Does    the    factory    hold    any Yes/No
  OSHA   18001,ISO 14001

or

If YES, which certification(s) and what was the last
  other similar certification?   date of certificate renewal?

32

Does the factory have a Code of Yes/No
  Conduct  as  required  by  buyers If  YES,  what  was  the  last  date  of  inspection  by  a
  of the factories’ products?   buyer or buyer’s representative?

 

 

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Dangerous operations and hazardous processes

 

33

Which  of  the  operations  among Indicate all operations that are conducted
  Dangerous  Operations  Schedule  
  are conducted in the factory? If none of the operations listed in the schedule are
    conducted, write NIL.
     

34

Is   your   factory   in   the   list   of  
  Industries   involving   hazardous  
  processes     as     defined     under  
  section  2  (cb)  of  the  factories If none, write NIL.
  Act 1948?  
     
  If  yes,  which  are  the  hazardous  
  processes  that  are  carried  out  in  
  the factory  

 

Storages of Hazardous Substances

35. Do you store any

hazardous

   
(i) chemicals as listed in Schedule 1    
annexed to CIMAH Rules 2003,    
     
  in  your  factory?  If  so,  give  the If none write NIL  
  list.              
(ii) Do you store quantities

of

   
hazardous  chemicals  equal  to  or    
     
  above  threshold  limits  as  listed If none write NIL  
  in   column   3   of   Schedule   2    
  annexed to CIMAH Rules 2003,    
  in  your  factory?  If  so,  give  the    
  list along with inventory.      
  Does   your   factory   fall   under Yes/No  
  MAH category?          
(iii) If your factory falls under MAH    
category,            
             
  (a)   Have   you   submitted   site Give date of submission  
  notification report?        
  (b)    Have    you    prepared    and Give date of preparation  
  submitted ON site

emergency

   
  plan?            
  (c)Have   you   updated   ON   site Give Date when last updated and submitted.  
  emergency plan?          
  (d)Dates   of   Mock   drill   along Give   Dates  of  Mock  drill  along  with  scenario,  
  with  scenario,  carried  out  in  the carried out in the year.  
  year.              
(iv) Do you store quantities

of

   
hazardous  chemicals  equal  to  or    
     
  above  threshold  limits  as  listed    
  in   column   4   of   Schedule   2    
  annexed to CIMAH Rules 2003,    
  in  your  factory?  If  So,  give  the    
  list along with inventory.      
  (a)    Have    you    prepared    and Give date of submission  
  submitted Safety Report?      
  (b)Have  you  carried

out  safety

Give  date  and  date  of  submission  of  compliance  

 

 

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audit internally in a year? If not report.
(c)Have  you  carried  out  safety  
audit externally? Give  date  and  date  of  submission  of  compliance
  report.

 

Safety and health

 

36             Does  the  factory  have  a  written    Yes/No

 

safety and health policy? If YES, how is this communicated to workers?

 

(a)    notice board

(b)     circular

(c)     other

If YES, what language is used?

(a)    Marathi

(b)   Hindi

(c)     English

 

37             Does   the   factory   have   written    Yes/No

safety guidelines for workers. If YES, how is this communicated to workers?

 

(a)    notice board

(b)     circular

(c)     other

    If YES, what language is used?  
    (a) Marathi  
    (b) Hindi  
    (c) English  

38

Does  the  factory  have  an  onsite Yes/No  
  emergency plan? If YES, evacuation plan is displayed throughout the
    factory for all workers to see?  
    If  YES,  is  there  regular  onsite  emergency  mock
    drills involving  evacuation drills?  
    If YES, what was the date of the last mock drill?

39

Does   the   factory   have   safety Yes/No  
  officers? If YES, how many as on reporting date? _______
    If  yes,  Whether  he  is  a  qualified  Safety  Officer  as
    per Rules?  

40

Does  the  factory  have  a  safety Yes/No  
  committee? If YES,  how  many  workers  are member  of  the
    safety committee? ______  
    how     many     management     representatives     are
    members?  
    If YES, how often does it meet?  

41             Does the factory have at least 2 Yes/No exits on each floor in each

building it occupies?

 

42             Are    fire    extinguishers    placed    Yes/No

throughout the factory?     If YES, how many extinguishers  
        Sr.No. Type capacity Quantity
       

1.

Foam type    
       

2.

Dry power    
       

3.

Co2    
       

4.

Any other    
        If YES, how many workers have been trained to use
        extinguishers?    

43

Does  the  factory  have first aid Yes/No      

 

 

 

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boxes?     If YES, how many throughout the factory? _______
        If   YES,   how   often   are   they   checked   for   their
        contents?__________

44

Do  any  workers  have  a  first  aid If YES, how many?
  certificate?      

45

Does     the     factory     have     a Yes/No
  HIV/AIDS policy?      

46

Does the factory provide workers If YES, which items are provided?
  with personal protective   Head protection
  equipments (PPE’s) ?     Foot protection
          Eye protection
          Ear protection
          Hand protection
          Body protection
          Respiratory protection

Others

 

47             Are  workers  required  to  pay  for    Yes/No

any protective

clothing

or

If YES, which items?
  equipment?            

48

Has the  

factory

reported

any

Yes/No  
  accidents to the factory inspector If YES, how many non-fatal? __________
  during the reporting period?     how many fatal? __________

49

Has the  

factory

reported

any

Yes/No  
  occupational diseases

to

the

If YES, how many non-fatal? __________
  factory

inspector

during

the

  how many fatal? __________
  reporting period?          

50

Has the  

factory

reported

Yes/No  
  dangerous  

occurrence

to

the

If YES, how many __________
  factory

inspector

during

the

   
  reporting period?          

51

Are safety  posters

displayed  in

Yes/No  
  the factory?            

 

 

Welfare facilities

 

Yes No

52          Does the factory provide drinking water for workers?

 

53          Does the factory have a crèche?

 

54          (a)Does the factory have a canteen?

(b) Is the canteen managed by-

(i)  Departmentally  or

(ii)  Through a contractor or (iii)By co-operative society.

55          Is a lunch room provided?

 

56          Does the factory provide a locker for workers?

 

57          Is there a changing room for workers?

 

 

 

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58          Is there a rest room or shelter  for workers?

 

59          Is there a Occupational Health Centre?

 

60          Is the occupational health centre open to members of the worker’s family?

 

61          Is there an ambulance room?

 

62          Is there a full-time doctor in attendance?

 

63          Is there a part- time doctor?

 

64          Is there a full-time nurse in attendance?

 

65          Is there a part-time nurse?

 

66          Does the factory have separate toilets for men and women?

 

67          How many latrines for men?

 

68          How many urinals for men?

 

69          How many latrines for women?

 

70          Are the above facilities available to contract workers?

 

71          Is there a welfare officer?

If yes, number of welfare officers? ________________________

 

 

Wages and benefits  
72 Are    workers    required    to    work Yes/ No
  overtime? If yes, what is the overtime rate of pay?______
    If   yes,   what   was   the   highest   number   of
    overtime hours worked by a worker last month?
    ________
73      a)How many hours per day (without  
  overtime) Number ____________________
  do workers work?  
  b)How  many  days  are  required  to ______________________
  work for the worker per week?  

 

Industrial Relations

74

Does  the  factory  have  a  written Yes/No  
  Policy   against

sexual

   
  harassment?            

75

Does the factory have

a

Yes/No  
  committee

for

redressal

of

   
  sexual harassment ?        

76

Have any sexual

harassment

Yes/No  
  complaints

been

lodged  within

   
  the  factory  during  the  reporting    
  period?              

77

Does the factory operate

a

Yes/No  
  suggestion box scheme?   If  YES,  how  many  useful  suggestions  received
              during the period? ______  
              how many suggestions were acted upon?  _______
              how many workers rewarded for suggestions?

___

              how much amount was distributed as rewards?—–

 

78 Employment information        
No. of days worked in a year:———        
Workers *Avg.No. Number **Avg. No. Number of Number of

 

 

 

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of workers

of man-

of hours

man-hours

man hours

 
  employed

days

worked per

worked on

worked

 
  daily

during the

week

overtime in

including

 
   

year

 

a year

overtime in a

 
Adults M      

year

 
         
  F          
Adolescents M          
(15-<18 years) F          
Children M          
(14-15 years) F          
Total            
See the explanatory note given below        

 

79   Leave with wages

 

Workers Numb

Number

Number

Number

Number

Number

Number

No.of

Number

  er

entitled

who

of

of

of

of workers

workers

of

  emplo

to

were

discharg

dismiss

workers

superannu

who

workers to

  yed

annual

granted

ed

ed

who

ated

died

whom

   

leave

leave

workers

workers

quit the

 

while in

wages in

           

employ

 

service

lieu of

           

ment

   

leave were

                 

paid

Adults M                
  F                
Adolesc M                
ents F                
(15-<18                  
years)                  
Children M                
(14-15 F                
years)                  

 

80

Accident details

                       
(a)                                
              Workers employed directly         Total    
              Permanent Temporary     Contract      
                          worker          
No. Of Fatal accident                            
No. Of Non Fatal accidents                          
(b)                                
Dangerous occurrences   Fire Explosion Toxic gas Collapse of  building  /    
                  release   structure      
No.  Of  dangerous occurrences                      
in a year                              
(c)                                    
Number of

Number of injured

Number of workers

   

Number of

   

Number of workers

 
workers  

workers who

injured in previous

   

man-days lost

 

injured this year but

 
injured  

returned to work in

year who joined the

           

have not joined during

 
     

this year

 

work this year

             

this year

 
                             
81 Occupational Disease  details                      
List of

occupational

Occupational diseases reported in

No. of Workers

Mandays lost due

 
diseases which

are

 

the reporting period

   

died due to

 

to occupational

 

 

 

 

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relevant to your Type No.

occupational

diseases
factory        

diseases

 

 

 

 

82

Medical Checks by Certifying Surgeons

     

Frequency of

Dates of medical

Name of the

Number of

Occupational
 

health

examination of the

certifying surgeon

workers

diseases detected.

checkups in

workers

who carried out the

examined

Type No.

your factory

 

medical

     
     

examination

     

 

 

 

 

 

83       Compensation/Ex-gratia details

 

Name of

Age

Monthly

%

Compensatio

Ex-

Whether

Whether

 

worker

 

wages

Disability

n paid

gratia

legal heirs

covered under

 
         

amoun

of

ESIC or

 
         

t

deceased

insured under

 
         

Paid

employed

WC policy? If

 
             

so give

 
Injured            

details.

 
               
Died                

 

 

84       Closure information of factory as per rule 125(2) of M.F.R., 1963

 

Name of factory and full address  
Date of closure  
Reasons for closure  
Nature of  closure,  whether  entire

Entire/partial

or partial.  
If   partial   the   shift,   section   or  
department closed  
Number of workers  on the muster  
roll at the time of closure  
Number of workers affected by the  
closure    
85

Re-opening information of factory as per rule 125(3) of M.F.R., 1963

Name of factory and full address  
Date of closure  
Number of workers affected at the  
time of closure  
Factory  or  any  shift,  section   or  
department thereof reopened  
Number of workers  on the muster  
roll at the time of reopening  
     

 

 

 

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Number  of  workers  re-employed Re-employed
and newly employed Newly employed

 

Other

 

86          Is the factory a member of Yes/No the Mutual Aid and Response Group (MARG)

 

87          Has  the  company  engaged    Yes/No

in any other

corporate

If YES,
  social

responsibility

what activities?  ___________________________
  activities during the period? who benefited?_____________________________

88

Does   the

factory   employ

Yes/No
  any disabled workers? If  YES,  what  types  of  disability?  (e.g.  physical,  sight,
          hearing, intellectual? _________
          how many men? ____________
          how many women ___________
          If YES,what special assistance and support, if any, has been
          provided for them? __________

 

I verify and state that the above information is true and correct to the best of my knowledge and belief.

 

 

Signature of owner/manager-

 

 

Name-

 

 

Designation-                                          Date:

 

Explanatory Notes :

*1 The average number of workers employed daily should be calculated by dividing the aggregate number of attendances on working days (that is, man-days worked) by the number of working days in year. In reckoning attendance, attendance by temporary as well as permanent employees should be counted, and all employees should be included, whether they are employed directly or by or through any agency including contractors. Attendance on separate shifts (e.g. night and day shifts) should be counted separately. Days on which the factory was closed for whatever cause, and days on which manufacturing process were not carried on should not be treated as working days. Partial attendance for less than half a shift on working days should be ignored, while attendance for half a shift or more on such day should be treated as full attendance.

 

 

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2 For seasonal factories, the average number of workers employed during the working season and the off-season should be given separately. Similarly the number of days worked and average number of manhours worked per week during the working and off-season should be given separately.

 

**3 The average number of hours worked per week mean the total actual hours worked by all workers during the year excluding the rest intervals but including over-time work divided by the product of total number of workers employed in the factory during the year and 52. In case the factory has not worked for the whole year, the number of weeks during which the factory worked should be used in place of the figure 52.

 

4    Every person killed or injured should be treated as one separate accident. If in one occurrence, six persons were injured or killed, it should be counted as six accidents.

 

5          In items 24(a), the number of accidents which took place during the year should given. In case of non-fatal accidents only those accidents which prevented workers form working for 48 hours or more, should be indicated. 

 

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Letter of Appointment as a Consultant or Consultancy Agreement

I have attached the format for Consultancy Agreement . You can make the necessary changes as required; all fields in bold need to be updated.

CONSULTANCY AGREEMENT

This agreement is made on the <date> day of <month year>, between Mr. /Ms. <Name> aged about <age> residing at <Address, City, Pin> [herein after referred to as Consultant] of the one part and <Name of company> having its registered office at <office address in full> [herein after referred to as the Company] of the second part.

 

This agreement has been entered into between the Consultant and the Company and will be effective from <effective date> for a period of ELEVEN MONTHS i.e. up to <end date>. This agreement supersedes all previous agreements.

 

Now this agreement witnesses the following terms and conditions agreed between the parties and are binding on both.

 

1.     The consultant shall be engaged under the designation of <”Designation- Department”> based at <Location>.

 

2.     The consultant will work on all working days during the tenure of the agreement, and in no circumstances may the consultant engage himself in any other business whatsoever whilst so engaged.

 

3.     The consultant shall not indulge in any act or omission, which is likely to harm the reputation of the company. The consultant will be signing the Non Disclosure Agreement of the company.

 

4.     The consultant shall be paid remuneration of Rs. <salary/-> < (salary in words)> per month excluding service tax on consultation on the succeeding <payroll date> of the calendar month during the agreement period.

 

5.     The consultant shall be paid remuneration as under during the agreement period:

Mention all details of compensation to be paid; for e.g.:

  • Medical coverage will be provided to the consultant and his family to the extent of Rs…../- p.a. for hospitalization expenses only, apart from Group personal accident & workmen’s compensation coverage.

 

  • The variable salary component, termed as Performance Linked Pay (PLP) will be pegged at 20% of your annual remuneration, and will be based on metrics, covering the business, financial and performance parameters and will be based on a combination of-

a)     The performance of the company as a whole (7%)

b)     The performance of the Business vertical and the Region concerned (7%)

c)     The performance of the Consultant (6%)

  • Mobile expenses will be reimbursed as per company policy.
  • Conveyance expenses will be reimbursed as per company policy.

6.     The consultant shall be provided a company vehicle which is to be maintained as per company policy (if vehicle will be provided)

 

7.      The consultant shall serve the company loyally, faithfully and diligently and shall at all times safeguard and protect the interest of the company.

 

8.     The consultant shall not have any financial transaction with other consultants or customer/suppliers of the company.

 

9.     The consultant shall not be entitled for benefits like gratuity, PF, and any other fringe benefits except mentioned in this agreement.

 

10. The consultant shall be entitled for <no. of leave days> days of leave per annum. Unavailed leave shall lapse at the end of the period of the contract.

 

11. Either party will be at liberty to terminate the agreement by giving one month’s notice in writing with or without assigning any reasons.

 

12. In the event of this agreement being terminated, the consultant shall repay the lump sum amount outstanding against him on any account whatsoever.

This agreement shall be enforceable by suit or otherwise at <location> only.

 

Witness:

 

Authorised signatory

Signature of the Consultant

 

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Statutory Compliance checklist

I have attached the format Statutory Compliance checklist

SCHEDULED RETURNS UNDER VARIOUS STATUTES
MONTH & NAME OF THE STATUTE FORM Nature of Return/Compliance To be submitted to
LAST DATE
31-Jan The Employment ExchangesCNV Act ER -II Bi annual return Asst Employment Officer
31-Jan The Maternity Benefit Act 1961 KL&M Annual Returns Inspector of Factories
31-Jan The Factorice Act1948 Common annual Returns Inspector of Factories/ACL
31-Jan The State Labour Welfare Fund Act F Annual Statement of Contributions Welfare Commissioner
1-Feb The Motor Transport Workers Act 1961 IV Annual Returns Asst Commissioner of Labour
1-Feb The Minimum Wages Act 1948 III Annual Returns Labour Inspector
15-Feb The Payment of Wages Act 1936 IV Annual Returns Inspector of Factories/Labour Officer
15-Feb The Contract Labour (R&A) Act 1970 XXV Annual Returns by Employer Asst Commissioner of Labour
30-Apr The Employees PF Act 1952 3A & 6A Annual individual Returns Regional PF Commissioner
30-Sep The State Shops & Establishments Act G Annual Return Labour Inspector
30-Sep The Professional Tax Act 1976 Cheque Renewal of enrolment Asst Professional Tax officer
30-Sep The State Shops & Establishments Act AA Renewal of Licence (Annual) Labour Inspector
31-Oct The Motor Transport Workers Act 1961 I Renewal of Licence (Annual) Labour Officer
30-Nov The National & Festival Holidays Act 1963 I&IV Application for approval of Labour office
holidays with list
31-Dec The Factorice Act1948 2 Renewal of Licence (Annual) Inspector of Factories
Within 30days The Payment of Bonus Act 1965 D Annual Return Asst labour Commissioner
31-Jan The Contract Labour (R&A) Act 1970 XXIV Half Yearly Return Asst Commissioner of Labour
30-Apr The Apprenticeship Act APP-2 Half Yearly Return Dy Apprenticeship Adviser
11-May The Employee state Insurance Act 1948 6 Summary of Contributions in ESI Regional Commissioner
quarduplicate
31-Jul The Factorice Act1948 21 Half yearly return Inspector of Factories
31-Jul The Contract Labour (R&A) Act 1970 XXIV Half Yearly Return Asst Commissioner of Labour
31-Oct The Apprenticeship Act APP-2 Half Yearly Return Dy Apprenticeship Adviser
11-Nov The Employee state Insurance Act 1948 6 Summary of Contributions in ESI Regional Commissioner
quarduplicate
31-Jan The Employment ExchangesCNV Act ER-I Quarterly returns Asst Employment Officer
30-Apr The Employment ExchangesCNV Act ER-I Quarterly returns Asst Employment Officer
31-Jul The Employment ExchangesCNV Act ER-I Quarterly returns Asst Employment Officer
31-Oct The Employment ExchangesCNV Act ER-I Quarterly returns Asst Employment Officer
21st The Employee state Insurance Act 1948 CHALLANS Monlthly Remittance of Contributions Thru SBI/SBH
15th The Employees PF Act 1952 CHALLANS Monlthly Remittance of Contributions Thru SBI/SBH
21st The Employees PF Act 1952 5,10&12A Monthly Return of employees
qualifying/leaving&monthly Regional PF Commissioner
remittance statements
15th The Professional Tax Act 1976 5 Monthly Return Asst Prof.Tax Officer
Immediately fatal The Employee state Insurance Act 1948 16 Accident Report ESI Local office & Dispensary
death
12 hours of The Factorice Act1948 18 Notice of Accident Inspector of Factories
Occurance

 

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Posted by Hrformats - December 26, 2011 at 9:13 AM

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Form “D”

Soft copy of Form “D” as per Karnataka Labour Welfare Fund’s Annual Return.

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Posted by Hrformats - May 19, 2011 at 7:28 AM

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