I have attached sample rent lease agreement for factory building.
LEASE DEED OF LAND
THIS DEED OF LEASE made at Ahmednagar this 15th day of December , 2010, between …………….. son of …………….. resident of ……………… hereinafter referred to as “the Lessor” of the ONE PART and …………….. son of …………….. resident of …………… hereinafter referred to as “the Lessee” of the OTHER PART.
WHEREAS the Lessor is the exclusive owner of piece of land bearing Plot No. ……………… situated at ……………………………………. ( more particularly described in the Schedule A hereunder written ), hereinafter referred to as the demised premises.
AND WHEREAS the Lessor has agreed to grant to the Lessee a lease in respect of the said premises for a period of ………….. years, vide Agreement of premises lease dated ………….. hereinafter referred to as “the said agreement” subject to terms and conditions laid down in the said agreement.
AND WHEREAS the lessor has made out his marketable title to the demised premises free from all encumbrances, claims or reasonable doubts.
NOW THIS DEED WITNESSETH AS FOLLOWS:
1. In pursuance of the said agreement and in consideration of the rent hereby granted and the Lessee’s covenants hereinafter mentioned, the Lessor hereby demise unto the lessee the demised premises, to hold the demised premises unto the Lessee (and his heirs, executors, administrators and assigns) for a period of…………….. years commencing from the …………….. day of …………….., 2000, at a yearly rent of the year for which it is due, the first of such yearly rent shall be paid on …………….. and the subsequent rent to be paid on or before the …………….. day of every succeeding year regularly.
2. The lessee shall construct a suitable house and other structures on the demised premises hereby demised according to and in conformity with the map or plans hereto annexed, which has already been sanctioned by the Municipal Corporation of……………… within a period of one year from the date hereof.
3. The Lessee hereby agrees to the following covenants:
(a) To pay rent hereby reserved on the day and in the manner aforesaid to the lessor.
(b) To pay all taxes, cess, impositions, assessments, dues and 9, duties payable in respect of the demised premises and the building to be constructed thereon to the Government of ……………… or the Municipal Corporation or any other local authority or public body.
(c) Not to sub-let, sell, dispose of or assign the demised premises or the house constructed on the demised premises without the consent of the lessor in writing.
(d) To keep the building constructed on the demised premises in good and tenantable condition.
(e) To permit the lessor or his duly authorised agent or agents to enter the demised premises at all convenient times for inspection of the building.
(f) To insure and to keep insured the building that may be constructed on the demised premises against the loss or damages by d fire, earthquake, riot or affray with an insurance company approved in writing by the lessor in the joint names of lessor and lessee for an amount which shall not be less than Rs. ………………
(g) To use the demised premises for construction of house which will be used for residential purpose only.
(h) Not to use the demised premises or the building constructed or any part thereof for any illegal purpose.
4. The Lessor hereby agrees to the following covenants:
(a) The lessor is absolutely seized and possessed of or otherwise well and sufficiently entitled to the demised premises and is having full power and absolute authority to demise unto the lessee the demised premises.
(b) The lessee shall peacefully and quietly hold, possess and enjoy the demised premises, during the term of lease without any interruption, disturbance, claims or demand whatsoever by the lessor or any person or persons claiming under him, subject however, the lessee paying the said yearly rent on the due dates thereof and in the manner herein provided and observing and performing the covenants, conditions and stipulations herein contained and on his part to be observed and performed.
(c) Not to unreasonably withhold his consent to any sub-lease, transfer or assignment of the demised premises, if intended to be made by the lessee.
5. It is hereby agreed that if default is made by the lessee in payment of the rent for any three years, or in observance and performance of any of the covenants and stipulations hereby contained and on the part to be observed and performed by the lessee, then on each such default, the lessor shall be entitled in addition to or in the alternative to any other remedy that may be available to him at his discretion, to terminate the lease and eject the lessee from the premises demised and from the building, that may have been constructed thereon; and to take possession thereof as full and absolute owner thereof, provided that a notice in writing shall be given by the lessor to the lessee of his intention to terminate the lease and to take possession of the demised premises but if the arrears of rent are paid or the lessee comply with or carry out the covenants and conditions or stipulations, within fifteen days from the service of such notice, then the lessor shall not be entitled to take possession of the said premises and building.
AND IT IS HEREBY AGREED BETWEEN THE PARTIES AS FOLLOWS:
(a) On the expiry of the term hereby created and subject to the observance and performance of the covenants, conditions and stipulations herein contained and on his part to be observed and performed, the lessee will have the option to renew the lease of the demised premises for a further period of ………….. years, provided he gives a notice to the effect in writing by registered post to the Lessor of his intention to do so at least three calendar months before the termination of the present lease; provided that the rent payable by the lessee to the lessor during the extended time of the lease shall be Rs. …………… per annum, which will include the rent of the demised premises and of the building constructed thereon, which an the expiry of term of the lease, shall vest in and be the absolute property of the Lessor as hereinabove mentioned. After the expiry of the said period of …………….. years, the Lessee shall not be entitled to exercise further option of renewal of the lease and shall deliver the demised premises and the building constructed thereon to the lessor in good condition as hereinbefore provided.
(b) The Lessee shall be entitled to purchase the reversion during the subsistence of this demise, in respect of the demised premises on the payment to the Lessor, a consideration to be agreed upon between the Lessor and Lessee and the lessor shall execute conveyance in respect of the reversion of demised premises purchased by the Lessee in favour of the lessee or his nominee or nominees; provided that the lessee may be entitled to purchase a portion or portion of the reversion in respect of any portion of the demised premises, the rent hereby agreed to be paid by the Lessee to the Lessor shall be proportionately reduced.
(c) On the expiry of the term hereby created or earlier determination under the provisions hereof, the lessee will hand over the peaceful and vacant possession of the demised premises and building constructed thereon to the Lessor in a good condition.
6. This Lease Deed shall be executed in duplicate. The original shall be retained by the Lessor and the duplicate by the Lessee.
7. The stamp duty and all other expenses in respect of this Lease Deed and duplicate thereof shall be borne and paid by the Lessee.
8. The marginal notes and the catch lines hereto are meant only for convenience of references and shall not in any way be taken into account in the interpretation of these presents.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the Lessor has set its hand unto these presents and a duplicate hereof and the Lessee has caused its common seal to be affixed hereunder and a duplicate hereof on the day, month and year first hereinabove written.
The Schedule A above referred to
Signed and delivered by the within named lessor
Signed and delivered by the within named lessee
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Please find attached the Form A & annual return Form KLMN as per Haryana government rules.
(See rule 3)
Name of the Establishment M/S
- Serial Number
- Name of the women and her father’s Mrs. W/o Mr. Arun Bajaj
(or if married husband’s name)
- Date of appointment 03/04/20
- Nature of work ??/
- Date with month and year in which
|Month||No. of days employed||No. of days laid off||No. of days not employed||remarks|
|JUL||31||20 (on MaternityLeave w.e.f31 12nd July 07
30 to 9th Oct07)
6. Date on which women gives notice under section 6
7. Date of discharge or dismissal, if any
8. Date of production of proof of pregnancy under section 6
9. Date of Birth of child : 18/07/2007
10. Date of production of proof of delivery of miscarriage
11. Date of production of proof of illness referred to in
12. Date with the amount of maternity benefit paid in
advance of expected delivery
13. Date with the amount of subsequent payment of
maternity benefit .
14. Date with the amount of medical bonus, if paid under
15. Date with the amount of wages paid on account of
leave under section 9.
16. Date with the amount of wages paid on account of
leave under section 10 and period of leave granted.
17. Name of the person nominated by the women under
18. If the women dies, the date of her death, the name of the
person to whom maternity benefit and or other amount
was paid , the amount thereof and the date of payment.
19. If the women dies and the child survive the name of the
person to whom the amount of maternity benefit was
paid on behalf of the child and the period for which
if was paid
20. Signature of the employer of the establishment
authenticating the entries in the must Roll.
21. Remarks Column for the use of inspector;
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Please find the revised (increased) Factory License Fee for Maharashtra State with effect from 2013.
Every factory having valid licence for 2013 onward, must pay their difference fee due to increase for 2013 and onward period before Oct, 2012 to the department without any late fee.
Late fee is applicable on 5% base from November, 12 onward for every month with maximum late fee of 25%.
The late fee is applicable i.e. for 2013 at present only, if delayed beyond Oct, 12.
The chart shows the old rate and slab with new rate and slab and the difference for a year basis for easy use.
|MAHARASHTRA FACTORIES LICENSE FEE WITH EFFECT FROM 2013 (Notification No: FAC. 2010/CR-6/Lab-4 dated: 05th June, 2012)|
|Upto 9||10 to 20||21 to 50||51 to 150||151 to 250||251 to 500||501 to 1000||1001 to 2500||2501 & 4000||4000 & above|
|Above 10 but not above 50||Old||300||700||1250||3000||4500||6000||12000||22500||27500||33000|
|Above 50 but not above 100||Old||800||1250||1750||4500||6000||9000||15000||27000||30000||36000|
|Above 100 but not above 500||Old||1800||2500||3500||9000||12000||15000||22500||30000||36000||42000|
|Above 500 but not above 1000||Old||3500||4000||7500||12000||16500||19500||30000||36000||42000||48000|
|Above 1000 but not above 2000||Old||5000||7000||9500||16500||19500||24000||33000||42000||48000||54000|
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Please find attached herewith legal compliance monitoring sample. You can edit it further to suit your requirements.
Please refer to all Tamil Nadu Factories rules and incorporate in similar format which can be prepared every month.
|S.No||Description of item||Particulars||Statutory Regulation||Primary Responsibility||Secondary Responsibilty||Dept.||Original cert.Holder||Certificate / compliance details||Periodicity||Next due||Remarks|
|1||Pressure Vessel||Compresser Air receiver PUR||Factories Act 1948 : Uttar Pradesh Factories Rules 1950 (Rule 56)||Hydrotest – once in 4 yrs Externally – Half yearly Internally – annually|
|2||Pressure Vessel (SHI 448)||Compresser Air receiver CCDC||Factories Act 1948 : Uttar Pradesh Factories Rules 1950 (Rule 56)||Hydrotest – once in 4 yrs Externally – Half yearly Internally – annually|
|3||Pressure Vessel (SHI 281)||Compresser Air receiver CCDC||Factories Act 1948 : Uttar Pradesh Factories Rules 1950 (Rule 56)||Hydrotest – once in 4 yrs Externally – Half yearly Internally – annually|
|1||Weights & Measurements (Stamping of Weights) – Electroninc Balances||For all weights. Regn. No.9992 dt.27/12/96||Standards Weights & Measurements Act 1985||Jun’13|
|2||Weights & Measurements (Scales checking) Iron Weights||CCDC Weighing scale||Standards Weights & Measurements Act 1985||May’13|
|3||Weights & Measurements (Scales checking) Iron Weights||PUR Weighing scale||Standards Weights & Measurements Act 1985||Jun’13|
|4||Weigh Bridge||Gate 3||Standards Weights & Measurements Act 1985||Jun’13|
|1||Good lift (Elevator GL-01)||Glory Elevators||Factories Act 1948 : Uttar Pradesh Factories Rules 1950 (Rule 55)||Half yearly||Oct-12|
|2||Chain Hoist(BF01-HA001)||Demag||Factories Act 1948 : Uttar Pradesh Factories Rules 1950 (Rule 55)||Annual||Oct-12|
|3||Chain Hoist(BF01-HA002)||Demag||Factories Act 1948 : Uttar Pradesh Factories Rules 1950 (Rule 55)||Annual||Oct-12|
|4||Chain Hoist(BF01-HA003)||Demag||Factories Act 1948 : Uttar Pradesh Factories Rules 1950 (Rule 55)||Annual||Oct-12|
|5||Chain Hoist(BF01-HA004)||Demag||Factories Act 1948 : Uttar Pradesh Factories Rules 1950 (Rule 55)||Annual||Oct-12|
|6||Chain Hoist(BF01-HA005)||Demag||Factories Act 1948 : Uttar Pradesh Factories Rules 1950 (Rule 55)||Annual||Oct-12|
|7||Chain Hoist(BF01-HA006)||Demag||Factories Act 1948 : Uttar Pradesh Factories Rules 1950 (Rule 55)||Annual||Oct-12|
|8||Chain Hoist(BF01-HA007)||Demag||Factories Act 1948 : Uttar Pradesh Factories Rules 1950 (Rule 55)||Annual||Oct-12|
|9||Chain Hoist(BF01-HA008)||Demag||Factories Act 1948 : Uttar Pradesh Factories Rules 1950 (Rule 55)||Annual||Oct-12|
|10||Chain Hoist(BF01-HA009)||Demag||Factories Act 1948 : Uttar Pradesh Factories Rules 1950 (Rule 55)||Annual||Oct-12|
|11||Hoist(BE11-HA200)||Demag||Factories Act 1948 : Uttar Pradesh Factories Rules 1950 (Rule 55)||Annual||Oct-12|
|12||Hoist(BE12-HA200) (PF)||Demag||Factories Act 1948 : Uttar Pradesh Factories Rules 1950 (Rule 55)||Annual||Oct-12|
|13||Hoist(BE12-HA300) (GF)||Demag||Factories Act 1948 : Uttar Pradesh Factories Rules 1950 (Rule 55)||Annual||Oct-12|
|14||Hoist(EU12-HA001) monorail trolley – 100246||N/a||Factories Act 1948 : Uttar Pradesh Factories Rules 1950 (Rule 55)||Annual||Oct-12|
|15||Hoist(BE31-HA200)||Demag||Factories Act 1948 : Uttar Pradesh Factories Rules 1950 (Rule 55)||Annual||Oct-12|
|16||Hoist(EU31-HA001) Monorail trolley (eq no 100247)||N/a||Factories Act 1948 : Uttar Pradesh Factories Rules 1950 (Rule 55)||Annual||Oct-12|
|17||Hydraulic Platform – NWSP-300-BG-01||Newweigh Packing Machine||Factories Act 1948 : Uttar Pradesh Factories Rules 1950 (Rule 55 A)||Annual||Oct-12|
|18||Hydraulic Platform – NWSP-300-BG-02||Newweigh Packing Machine||Factories Act 1948 : Uttar Pradesh Factories Rules 1950 (Rule 55 A)||Annual||Oct-12|
|19||Chain block KN-825||Indef||Factories Act 1948 : Uttar Pradesh Factories Rules 1950 (Rule 55 A)||Annual||Oct-12|
|20||Chain block KN-839||Indef||Factories Act 1948 : Uttar Pradesh Factories Rules 1950 (Rule 55 A)||Annual||Oct-12|
|21||Chain block KQ-07398||Indef||Factories Act 1948 : Uttar Pradesh Factories Rules 1950 (Rule 55 A)||Annual||Oct-12|
|22||Chain block KQ-07396||Indef||Factories Act 1948 : Uttar Pradesh Factories Rules 1950 (Rule 55 A)||Annual||Oct-12|
|23||Monorail trolley – KD-1100||Indef||Factories Act 1948 : Uttar Pradesh Factories Rules 1950 (Rule 55 A)||Annual||Oct-12|
|24||Monorail trolley – KD-1109||Indef||Factories Act 1948 : Uttar Pradesh Factories Rules 1950 (Rule 55 A)||Annual||Oct-12|
|25||Monorail trolley – KD-1114||Indef||Factories Act 1948 : Uttar Pradesh Factories Rules 1950 (Rule 55 A)||Annual||Oct-12|
|26||Monorail trolley – KF-1728||Indef||Factories Act 1948 : Uttar Pradesh Factories Rules 1950 (Rule 55 A)||Annual||Oct-12|
|27||Monorail trolley – KF-2305||Indef||Factories Act 1948 : Uttar Pradesh Factories Rules 1950 (Rule 55 A)||Annual||Oct-12|
|28||Fork lift – FSV62||Toyota||Factories Act 1948 : Uttar Pradesh Factories Rules 1950 (Rule 55 A)||Annual||Oct-12|
|29||Battery Operated Pallet Truck||Factories Act 1948 : Uttar Pradesh Factories Rules 1950 (Rule 55 A)||Annual||Oct-12|
|30||Hand Operated Pallet Truck 5A383839||Godrej||Factories Act 1948 : Uttar Pradesh Factories Rules 1950 (Rule 55 A)||Annual||Oct-12|
|31||Hand Operated Pallet Truck 10-03-5280-C139||Maini||Factories Act 1948 : Uttar Pradesh Factories Rules 1950 (Rule 55 A)||Annual||Oct-12|
|32||Hand Operated Pallet Truck 10-03-5281-C139||Maini||Factories Act 1948 : Uttar Pradesh Factories Rules 1950 (Rule 55 A)||Annual||Oct-12|
|33||Hand Operated Pallet Truck 10-03-5282-C139||Maini||Factories Act 1948 : Uttar Pradesh Factories Rules 1950 (Rule 55 A)||Annual||Oct-12|
|34||Hand Operated Pallet Truck 10-03-5283-C139||Maini||Factories Act 1948 : Uttar Pradesh Factories Rules 1950 (Rule 55 A)||Annual||Oct-12|
|35||Winch – 01 (Hacon)||Haccon||Factories Act 1948 : Uttar Pradesh Factories Rules 1950 (Rule 55 A)||Annual||Oct-12|
|36||Winch – 02 (Hacon)||Haccon||Factories Act 1948 : Uttar Pradesh Factories Rules 1950 (Rule 55 A)||Annual||Oct-12|
|37||Winch – 03 (Hacon)||Haccon||Factories Act 1948 : Uttar Pradesh Factories Rules 1950 (Rule 55 A)||Annual||Oct-12|
|38||Fork lift –||Crown||Factories Act 1948 : Uttar Pradesh Factories Rules 1950 (Rule 55 A)||Annual||Oct-12|
|39||Fork lift –||Crown||Factories Act 1948 : Uttar Pradesh Factories Rules 1950 (Rule 55 A)||Annual||Oct-12|
|40||Fork lift –||Toyota||Factories Act 1948 : Uttar Pradesh Factories Rules 1950 (Rule 55 A)||Annual||Oct-12|
|41||Hand Pallet Truck||Crown||Factories Act 1948 : Uttar Pradesh Factories Rules 1950 (Rule 55 A)||Annual||Oct-12|
|42||Hand Pallet Truck||Crown||Factories Act 1948 : Uttar Pradesh Factories Rules 1950 (Rule 55 A)||Annual||Oct-12|
|43||Hand Pallet Truck||Crown||Factories Act 1948 : Uttar Pradesh Factories Rules 1950 (Rule 55 A)||Annual||Oct-12|
|44||Hand Pallet Truck||Crown||Factories Act 1948 : Uttar Pradesh Factories Rules 1950 (Rule 55 A)||Annual||Oct-12|
|45||Chain block||Kyotoo||Factories Act 1948 : Uttar Pradesh Factories Rules 1950 (Rule 55 A)||Annual||Oct-12|
I have attached Appraisal Form For Sales Manager in word format.
Performance Evaluation Form
Department : Marketing
Department : Sales Manager
Review Period : 01/01/04 to 30/11/04
Employee Name :
Designation : Date of Joining :
Qualification : Location :
Date of Birth : Employment Status : Probationary/Confirmed
Please assess your performance in the following areas in terms of your current role requirements based on the ratings,
Exceeds Expectations – (4)
Meets Expectations – (3)
Meets Minimal Requirements – (2)
Unable to meet Requirements – (1)
V – Versatility
I – Interaction with
|B – Building Company image/business|
H – Honesty
|A – Accountability|
7. Meeting targets within deadlines
11. Product knowledge
12. Market knowledge
14. New market survey and analysis
15. Analysing sales promotional activities
16. Forecasting the sales
17. Monitoring of stock transfers and sales returns
18. Monitoring of security deposits
19. Quality awareness in lot wise dispatches
21. Economy in use of Company resources
22. Maintenance of vehicle if provided
4. Communication skills
1) Please list the major responsibilities of your job in order of importance.
2) What do you consider to be the most important achievements of your career this year?
3) Please list the major problems you have solved in the review period.
4) Please specify the Appreciation(s) (if any) you received from the Management in the review period.
5) Please state the Additional activities you have involved related to your job in the review period.
6) What additional responsibilities you would like to take in the next year?
7) What motivates you,
a) Increment e) Recognition
b) Secure Employment f) Creative and Challenging work
c) Designation g) Role Expansion
d) Promotion h) Training and Development
8) Have you acquired any other qualification in this year, if so please specify.
9) What elements of your job interest you the most and why?
10) What elements of your job do you find most difficult and why?
11) Is there any Grievance that you wish to bring to the notice of the Management? (Please do not hesitate, if genuine, the same will be looked into)
12) Your goal in the Organization in near future.
By 2005 2006 2007
13) What sort of training/experience would benefit you in the next year?
14) Please specify the problems (if any) beyond your control, which have affected your ability and efficiency.
15) Briefly specify the Strength and Weakness of Vibha in your Department.
16) Prospects of growth of Vibha in the Seed Industry as per your perception.
c) No Scope
17) Your Comments concerning this appraisal. (Optional)
Functional Head Comments:
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I have attached Sample Salary Structure in Excel Sheet.
|MONTH||BASIC||HRA||CONV_ALLO||BOOKS_PER||EDU_ ALLO||MEDICAL||PF Contribution||OTHR_ALL||GROSS||PF||PT||IT||OTHER||DEDUCTION||NET|
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I have Attached Stress Test For Students
Stress Test for students
Do you worry about the future?
Do you sometimes have trouble falling asleep?
Do you often reach for a cigarette, a drink, or a tranquilizer in order to reduce
Do you become irritated over basically insignificant matters?
Do you have less energy than you seem to need or would like to have?
Do you have too many things to do and not enough time to do them?
Do you have headaches or stomach problems?
Do you feel pressure to accomplish or to get things done?
Are you very concerned about being either well-liked or successful?
_____10. Do you perform well enough in life to satisfy yourself?
_____11. Do you get satisfaction from the small joys or simple pleasures of life?
_____12. Are you able to really relax and have fun?
Scoring: 1 point for a yes answer to 1-9 or no answer to 10-12. A score of 4 or more
suggests that you may be under significant stress.
COMMON MISCONCEPTIONS ABOUT STRESS
We always know when we are under stress. Often people become so accustomed
to stress that they become unaware of it. Many of us suffer the debilitating effects of
stress even though we don’t feel tense. But stress can change the way you treat others,
or damage your body even in the absence of feelings of frustration or anxiety.
Stress is something that affects only those who have high-pressure lives.
Many ordinary individuals experience the constant stress of worry, leading unfulfilled
lives, or of not being who they would like to be.
The only way to lower stress is to change your surroundings or to take
medication. Changing your outlook on life is the most reliable and effective way of
reducing stress. Stress comes from the way we perceive the world, not from the way
Stress is caused by events that happen to us. To paraphrase the Stoic philosopher
Epictetus, it is not events in themselves that cause our distress, but rather the views we
Emotions have a will of their own and cannot be controlled. We can change our
feelings by first changing our behavior or by changing our thinking. For example,
getting some work done can keep us from worrying about it. Creating a new
understanding of a situation can make it less threatening or stressful.
TIPS FOR REDUCING STRESS
Learn to plan. Disorganization can breed stress. Having too many projects going on
simultaneously often leads to confusion, forgetfulness, and the sense that uncompleted
projects are hanging over your head. When possible, take on projects one at a time and
Recognize and accept limits. Most of us set unreasonable and perfectionist goals for
ourselves. But in reality, we can never be perfect, so we often have a sense of failure or
inadequacy no matter how well we perform. Set achievable goals for yourself.
Learn to play. You need to escape from the pressures of life occasionally and have fun.
Find pastimes that are absorbing and enjoyable no matter your level of ability.
Focus on the positive. Avoid criticizing others. Learn to praise the things you like in
others. Focus upon the good qualities those around you possess. Be sure to give
yourself credit and appreciate your own good qualities as well.
Learn to tolerate and forgive. Intolerance of others leads to frustration and anger.
Attempting to really understand the way other people feel can make you more accepting
of them. Accept and forgive yourself also.
Avoid unnecessary competition. There are plenty competitive situations in life that
we can’t avoid. Being too concerned with winning in too many areas of life can create
excessive tension and anxiety, and make us unnecessarily aggressive.
Get regular physical exercise. Check with your physician before beginning any
exercise program. You will be more likely to stay with an exercise program if you
choose one that you really enjoy rather than one that feels like pure hard work and
Learn a systematic, drug-free method of relaxing. Meditation, yoga, or any of a
variety of relaxation techniques can be learned from various accredited teachers and
Talk out your troubles. Find a friend, member of the clergy, faculty member,
counselor, or psychotherapist you can be open with. Expressing your “bottled up”
anxieties to a sympathetic ear can be incredibly helpful.
Change your thinking. How we feel emotionally often depends on our outlook or
philosophy of life, but changing your beliefs is challenging process. There is little
practical wisdom in the modern world to guide us through our lives. No one has all the
answers, but some answers are available. Talk to mentors, teachers, and licensed
I have attached format for keeping stocks of stationery and housekeeping items. You can modify as per needs and can be used for your purpose.
|SL. No||Material||Brand||Packet||Pieces||Existing Stock||New Order||Total Stock||Consumption Week 1||Consumption Week 2||Consumtion Week 3||Consumtion Week 4||Balance Stock|
|2||Binder Clip 19MM||PKT||12||9||9||1||0||0||8|
|3||Binder Clip 25MM||PKT||12||5||5||0||0||0||5|
|4||Binder Clip 32MM||PKT||12||5||5||0||0||0||5|
|5||Binder Clip 41MM||PKT||12||5||5||0||0||0||5|
|6||Brown Tape 2″||Roll||10||5||5||1||3||0||1|
|7||Camel Board Marker||PCS||13||13||1||2||1||9|
|8||Camel Gel Pen||PCS||4||50||54||5||10||5||34|
|9||Camel OHP Marker||PCS||7||7||0||0||1||6|
|11||Cello Tape 1″||PCS||4||12||16||2||2||2||10|
|12||Cello Tape 2″||PCS||7||7||1||2||2||2|
|13||Century A4ST I Laser Sti||PKT||100||1||5||6||0||0||2||4|
|15||Copy PowerA-4 Paper||RIM||500||5||25||30||4||3||5||18|
|16||Corporate Push Pin||PKT||100||4||4||0||0||0||4|
|17||Double Side Tape 1”||PCS||2||2||0||0||0||2|
|18||Envelop 10*12 Lemina||PCS||0||0||0||0||0||0|
|19||Envelop 8*10 Cloth||PCS||35||35||2||0||0||33|
|20||Faber Cassle Ball PE||PCS||58||58||7||10||10||31|
|21||Falcon 1/4 Spiral PA||PCS||7||7||4||0||0||3|
|22||Falcon 1/6 Spiral PA||PCS||25||10||35||4||0||4||27|
|60||Hans Slip Pad||PCS||100||6||6||0||0||0||6|
|58||ID Card Holder||PCS||59||59||6||0||2||51|
|27||Index File 24T Big||PCS||0||20||20||0||20||0||0|
|28||Kangaroo Punch 480||PCS||0||0||0||0||0||0|
|29||Kangaroo Punch 600||PCS||0||0||0||0||0||0|
|30||Kangaroo Stapler 10D||PCS||6||6||0||0||0||6|
|31||Kangaroo Stapler 45N||PCS||3||3||0||0||0||3|
|32||Kores Carbon Blue SA||PKT||100||1||1||0||0||0||1|
|33||Loxur Sketch Pen Set||SET||12||1||1||0||0||0||1|
|34||Magha Punchless File||PCS||38||38||5||3||0||30|
|35||Megnet For White Board||PCS||42||42||0||0||0||42|
|36||Moser Baer 100CD SPINDEL||PKT||100||3||3||0||0||1||2|
|37||Moser Baer DVD10 SPINDEL||PKT||10||2||2||0||0||0||2|
|38||My Clear Bag||PCS||14||14||0||2||0||12|
|42||Omega Tape Dispenser||PCS||1||1||0||0||0||1|
|43||Pepar Cutter Medium||PCS||6||6||1||1||0||4|
|44||Post IT Pad 2*3||PKT||100||9||9||0||0||1||8|
|45||Post IT Pad 3*3||PKT||100||6||6||0||0||0||6|
|46||Post IT Promt||PCS||10||0||0||0||0||0|
|48||Scale Steel 1FT||PCS||8||8||0||0||0||8|
|49||Scholer Colour Drawing Pin||PKT||100||1||1||0||0||0||1|
|57||Seperatus Card Sheet||PCS||10||10||10||0||0||0||10|
|50||Solo CD Zipper 96CD||PCS||0||0||0||0||0||0||0|
|51||Stapler Pin 24/6||PKT||1000||9||9||0||0||0||9|
|52||Stapler Pin No 10 Kan||PKT||1000||6||20||26||2||3||3||18|
|53||Torch With Cell||PCS||0||0||0||0||0||0||0|
|54||Visiting Card 240 CR||PCS||2||2||0||0||1||1|
|55||White Fluid Pen||PCS||3||3||3||0||0||0||3|
|56||World L Sharp Folder||PCS||15||18||18||0||0||0||18|
|61||World Milky Folder||PCS||45||45||3||1||0||41|
|62||Megha Report File||PCS||5||5||0||0||0||5|
|63||World Ring File||PCS||1||1||0||0||0||1|
|64||Register 180 Page Falcon||PCS||0||5||5||1||0||0||4|
|65||Register Inward R/B||PCS||0||1||1||1||0||0||0|
Housekeeping Job Card Format Sample
When you have a good number of housekeeping staff working for you, it is extremely important to manage their working in which housekeeping job card format plays a significant role.
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I have attached user manual for the monthly e-Return software of Employee’s Provident Fund Organisation.
I have attached format for staff details it will be helpful to you, please amend it according to your need.
|S.No.||Emp No||Employee Name||Emerg. Contact Number||Permanent Address||Designation||Dept||DOB||Classification||Status||ESI No||PF No||DOJ – Company||Trasferred from one branch to another||DOL – Company||Qualifications||Experience||Blood Group|
|DOJ – Trasfer In||Transferred From||In finance Company||Others||Total|