Amendment to the Inter-State Migrant Workmen Act: Tamil Nadu

Amendment to the Inter-State Migrant Workmen Act

Amendment to the Inter-State Migrant Workmen Act: Tamil Nadu – Amendment to the Inter-State Migrant Workmen Rules 1983 for annual return in Form-XXIV

[G.O. Ms. No. 134, Labour and Employment (K2), 3rd October 2018, No. SRO A-51/2018.— In exercise of the powers conferred by Section 35 of the Inter-State Migrant Workmen (Regulation of Employment and Conditions of Service) Act, 1979 (Central Act 30 of 1979), the Governor of Tamil Nadu hereby makes the following amendment to the Inter-State Migrant Workmen (Regulation of Employment and Conditions of Service)

(Tamil Nadu) Rules, 1983, the draft of the same having been previously published as required under sub-section (1) of Section 35 of the said Act, namely:-

In the said Rules, in rule 56, after sub-rule (2), the following proviso shall be added, namely:-

“Provided that no annual return in Form-XXIV need be sent by the Principal employer, if-

(a) a combined annual return in Form No.XIII as required in rule 42 of the Tamil Nadu Catering Establishments Rules, 1959 is furnished; or (b) a combined annual return in Form No.XII as required in sub-rule (ii) of rule 35 of the Tamil Nadu Beedi and Cigar Workers (Conditions of Employment) Rules, 1968 is furnished; or

(c) a combined annual return In Form No.28 as required In rule 83 of the Tamil Nadu Plantations Labour Rules,1955 is furnished; or

(d) a combined annual return In Form No.XIX as required in rule 43 of the Tamil Nadu Motor Transport Workers’ Rules, 1965 is furnished”.

Source: TN Gazette

Tamil Nadu Shops and Establishments (Amendment) Act 2018

Tamil Nadu Shops and Establishments

Gazette Notification – Tamil Nadu Shops and Establishments (Amendment) Act, 2018

Under Rule 130 of the Tamil Nadu Legislative Assembly Rules, the following Bill which was introduced in the Legislative Assembly of the State of Tamil Nadu on 27th June, 2018 is published together with Statement of Objects and Reasons for general information:—

L.A. Bill No. 27 of 2018

A Bill further to amend the Tamil Nadu Shops and Establishments Act, 1947.

BE it enacted by the Legislative Assembly of the State of Tamil Nadu in the Sixty-ninth Year of the Republic of India as follows:—

1. (1) This Act may be called the Tamil Nadu Shops and Establishments (Amendment) Act, 2018.

Short title and commencement.

(2) It shall come into force on such date as the State Government may, by notification, appoint.

Tamil Nadu Act

XXXVI of 1947.

2. In section 2 of the Tamil Nadu Shops and Establishments Act, 1947 (hereinafter referred to as the principal Act), after clause (17), the following clause shall be inserted, namely:—

Amendment of

Section 2.

“(17-a) “time” means the Indian Standard Time which is five and a half hours ahead of Greenwich Mean Time;”.

3. For section 3 of the principal Act, the following sections shall be substituted, namely:—

Substitution of section 3.

“3. Registration of shops and establishments.— (1) On and from the date of commencement of the Tamil Nadu Shops and Establishments (Amendment) Act, 2018, employer of every establishment employing ten or more workers shall, within a period of six months from the date of commencement of his business, apply for registration and obtain a registration certificate.

(2) Every application for registration under sub-section (1) shall be in such form and in such manner as may be prescribed.

(3) The inspector on receipt of an application under sub-section (2), register the establishment and issue a registration certificate to the employer in such form as may be prescribed.

(4) The inspector shall maintain the Register of establishments and, the registration certificate issued by the inspector shall be prominently displayed in the establishment by the employer.

(5) (a) The registration certificate shall be valid for a period of five years and shall be renewable once in five years on payment of such fees as may be prescribed and the provisions of sub-sections (2) and (3) shall apply for the renewal of registration certificate;

(b) Every employer shall apply for renewal of his registration certificate before thirty days from the date of expiry of the period of validity of the registration certificate.

(6) If registration or renewal of a registration certificate is not issued within a period of thirty days from the date of receipt of application by the inspector, the registration certificate shall be deemed to have been granted or renewed, as the case may be, under this Act.

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Gazette Notification BOCW Rules 2018

BOCW Rules 2018

BOCW Rules 2018 – Building and Other Construction Workers Rules 2018

Building and Other Construction Workers (Regulation of Employment and Conditions of Service) Central (Amendment) Rules, 2018

G.S.R. 828(E).––In exercise of the powers conferred by section 62 of the Building and Other Construction Workers (Regulation of Employment and Conditions of Service) Act, 1996 (27 of 1996), the Central Government hereby makes the following rules, after consultation with the expert committee, further to amend the Building and Other Construction Workers (Regulation of Employment and Conditions of Service)

Central Rules, 1998, namely:-

1. (1) These rules may be called the Building and Other Construction Workers (Regulation of Employment and Conditions of Service) Central (Amendment) Rules, 2018.

(2) They shall come into force on the date of their publication in the Official Gazette.

2. In the Building and Other Construction Workers (Regulation of Employment and Conditions of Service) Central Rules, 1998,-

(i) in rule 23, –

(a) in sub-rule (1),-

(I) the words “in triplicate” shall be omitted;

(II) for the words “to the registering officer of the area appointed under section 6 of the Act in which the building or other construction work is to be carried on by the establishment”, the words “online on the Shram Suvidha Portal of the Ministry of Labour and Employment in the Government of India” shall be substituted;

(b) for sub-rule (2), the following sub-rule shall be substituted, namely:-

“(2)The payment of fees for the registration of the establishment referred to in sub-rule (1) shall be made by e-payment.”;

(c) sub-rule (3) shall be omitted;

(d) for sub-rule (4), the following sub-rule shall be substituted, namely:-

“(4) On submission of e-application referred to in sub-rule (1) by the applicant, an automated acknowledgement shall be generated electronically on the web-portal specified in the said sub rule.”;

(ii) in rule 24,-

(a) in sub rule (1),-

(I) after the words “to the applicant”, the words, brackets and figures “online on the web portal specified in the sub-rule (1) of rule 23” shall be inserted;

(II) for the word “fifteen”, the word “seven” shall be substituted;

(III) after the words “by the registering officer shall be”, the words “generated electronically” shall be substituted;

(b) in sub-rule (3), for the words “the registering officer”, the words, brackets and figures “online on the web-portal specified in sub-rule (1) of rule 23” shall be substituted;

(iii) in rule 25, in sub-rule (1), after the words “such employer to pay additional sums”, the words and letter “by e-payment” shall be inserted;

(iv) in rule 26, in sub-rule (2), for the words “to the registering officer”, the words, brackets and figures “online on the web-portal specified in sub-rule (1) of rule 23” shall be substituted;

(v) rule 33 shall be omitted.

[F. No. S-16011/04/2017-LW (A)(iii)]

RAJIT PUNHANI, Jt. Secy. and Director-General (Labour Welfare)

Note : The Building and Other Construction Workers’ (Regulation of Employment and Conditions of Service) Central Rules, 1998 were published in the Gazette of India, Extraordinary, Part II, section 3, sub-section (i) vide notification number G.S.R. 689(E), dated the 19th November,1998 and lastly amended vide notification number G.S.R. 1596(E), dated the 29th December, 2017.

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Delhi Building & other construction workers Rules 2002

Delhi Building & other construction workers

Delhi BOCW Rules 2002 – Rules for Delhi Building & other construction workers (Regulation of Employment & conditions of services) Rules, 2002

Government of National Capital Territory of Delhi, Labour Department issued order vide No.Addl.L.C.-11/2013/1257 dated 08.05.2018 regarding Rules for Delhi Building & other construction workers (Regulation of Employment & conditions of services) Rules, 2002 (DBOCW Rules, 2002) and details as follows.

I. Building and Other Construction Workers (Regulation of Employment and Conditions of Services) Act,1996 (BOCW Act, 1996) is a central legislation providing for safety and welfare of construction workers. Under the said Act, Labour Department, Govt. of NCT of Delhi has framed its own rules Delhi Building and Other Construction Workers (Regulation of Employment and Conditions of Services) Rules, 2002 (DBOCW Rules,2002) and has constituted Delhi Building and Other Construction Workers Welfare Board (DBOCWWB). This board is running 17-different welfare schemes for construction workers. For getting benefits under these schemes, the construction worker has to register himself with the Board and apply for the benefits under these schemes subject to his eligibility.

2.To facilitate registration of the construction workers, working in different projects of the Govt. Organizations/Local Bodies, all Assistant Engineer (Civil/Electrical) have been authorized as Registering Officers under section-12 (2) of BOCW Act, 1996 read with Rule 266 of DBOCW Rules,2002, for registering construction workers working under their project with DBOCWWB.

3. Further to facilitate benefits/claims under different welfare schemes run by the DBOCWWB, the Executive Engineers of concerned departments/organizations would be recommending authority for the claim applications of the registered construction workers, working in Govt. projects under their jurisdiction.

This issues with the approval of Hon’ble Lt. Governor.

Source: Govt of Delhi

Amendments to Conferment of Permanent Status to Workmen Rules: TN

Conferment of Permanent Status to Workmen Rules

Amendments to the Tamil Nadu Industrial Establishments (Conferment of Permanent Status to Workmen Rules)

The labour and employment department vide G.O. Ms. No. 40, Labour and Employment (G1), 26th March 2018, No. SRO A-18/2018 notified amendments to the Tamil Nadu Industrial Establishments (Conferment of Permanent Status to Workmen Rules) as below

In exercise of the powers conferred by Section 10 of the Tamil Nadu Industrial establishments (Conferment of Permanent Status to Workmen) Act, 1981 (Tamil Nadu Act 46 of 1981), the Governor of Tamil Nadu hereby makes the following amendments to the Tamil Nadu Industrial Establishments (conferment of Permanent Status to Workmen) Rules, 1981.

  1. The amendments hereby made shall be come into force with effect from the date of publication in the Notification in the Tamil Nadu Government Gazette.

AMENDMENT

In the said Rules, —

(1) In rule 6, for sub-rules (2) and (3), the following shall be substituted namely:—

”(2) Every employer shall compile an up-to-date list in Form 1 except Colum (9) thereof at the end of each year and exhibit the list prominently at any part of the industrial estblishment for perusal of the list by the workmen during working hours on any day.

(3) Every employer shall send a copy of the up-to-date list so complied under sub-rule (2) to the Inspector concerned within a fortnight from the expiry of every year with a declaration that the list has been exhibited for the perusal of the workmen of the industrial establishment as required under sub-section (2).

 He shall also send particulars for the year in Form 2 along with the particulars in Form 1 as required under this sub-rule to the Inspector concerned. He shall obtain acknowledgement for furnishing the particulars in Form 1 and Form 2 to the Inspector under this sub-rule either by registered post or otherwise:

Provided that no annual return in Form 2 need be sent by the employer of an industrial establishment, if a combined annual return in Form No.22 as required in sub-rule (2) of rule 100 of the Tamil Nadu Factories Rules, 1950 is furnished.”

(2) In form 2,—

(a) For the heading. ”Half-Yearly return for the Half-year ending 30th June / 31st December 19” the heading, ”ANNUAL

RETURN FOR THE YEAR ENDING 31st DECEMBER 20”, shall be substituted;

(b) In item Nos.(6) and (7), for the expression ”half-year ending 30th June / 31st December”, the expression ”year ending 31st December” shall, respectively, be substiuted;

(c) In item (8) for the expression ”1st July/1st January”, the expression ”1st January” shall be substiuted;

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Industrial Employment (Standing Orders) Central (Amendment) Rules 2018

No employer of an industrial establishment shall convert the posts of the permanent workmen – Industrial Employment (Standing Orders) Central (Amendment) Rules 2018

Ministry Of Labour and Employment issued Notification vide G.S.R. 235(E) dated 16th March, 2018 regarding Industrial Employment (Standing Orders) Central (Amendment) Rules 2018 and details as follows.

Whereas certain draft rules further to amend the Industrial Employment (Standing Orders) Central Rules, 1946 were published, as required by sub-section (1) of Section 15 of the Industrial Employment (Standing Orders) Act, 1946 (20 of 1946), vide notification of the Ministry of Labour and Employment number G.S.R. 17(E), dated the 8th January, 2018, in the Gazette of India, Extraordinary, Part II, section 3, sub-section (i), for inviting objections or suggestions from the persons likely to be affected thereby on or before the expiry of a period of thirty days from the date of publication of the said notification in the Official Gazette;

And whereas the copies of the said Gazette were made available to the public on the 8th January, 2018;

And whereas the objections or suggestions received from the public on the said draft rules have been considered by the Central Government;

Now, therefore, in exercise of the powers conferred by section 15 of the Industrial Employment (Standing Orders) Act, 1946 (20 of 1946), the Central Government hereby makes the following rules further to amend the Industrial Employment (Standing Orders) Central Rules, 1946, namely:-

  1. (1) These rules may be called the Industrial Employment (Standing Orders) Central (Amendment) Rules, 2018.

(2) They shall come into force on the date of their publication in the Official Gazette.

  1. In the Industrial Employment (Standing Orders) Act, 1946 (20 of 1946), in Schedule, in item 1, for the words “fixed term employment workmen in apparel manufacturing sector;”; the words “fixed term employment” shall be substituted;
  2. In the Industrial Employment (Standing Orders) Central Rules, 1946,-

(a) after rule 3, the following rule shall be inserted, namely:-

“(3A) No employer of an industrial establishment shall convert the posts of the permanent workmen existing in his industrial establishment on the date of commencement of the Industrial Employment (Standing Orders) Central (Amendment) Rules, 2018 as fixed term employment thereafter.”.

(b) in rule 5, for item (6A) and the entries relating thereto, the following item and entries shall be

substituted, namely:-

“(6A) Number of fixed term employment workmen;”;

(c) in Schedule 1,-

(i) in paragraph 2,-

(A) in sub-paragraph (a), for item (3A) and the entries relating thereto, the following item and entries shall be substituted, namely:-

“(3A) fixed term employment workmen”;

(B) for sub-paragraph (h), the following sub-paragraph shall be substituted, namely:-

 ‘(h) A “fixed term employment workman” is a workman who has been engaged on the basis of a written contract of employment for a fixed period:

Provided that-

(a) his hours of work, wages, allowances and other benefits shall not be less than that of a permanent workman; and

(b) he shall be eligible for all statutory benefits available to a permanent workman proportionately according to the period of service rendered by him even if his period of employment does not extend to the qualifying period of employment required in the statute’.;

(ii) in paragraph 13, for sub-paragraph (2), the following sub-paragraph shall be substituted,namely:-

“(2) Subject to the provisions of the Industrial Disputes Act, 1947 (14 of 1947),-

(i) no notice of termination of employment shall be necessary in the case of temporary workman whether monthly rated, weekly rated or piece rated and probationers or badli workmen; and

(ii) no workman employed on fixed term employment basis as a result of non-renewal of contract or employment or on the expiry of such contract period without it being renewed, shall be entitled to any notice or pay in lieu thereof, if his services are terminated:

Provided that the services of a temporary workman shall not be terminated as a punishment unless he has been given an opportunity of explaining the charges of misconduct alleged against him in the matter prescribed in paragraph 14.”;

(d) (i) in Schedule 1A, in paragraph 3,-

(A) in sub-paragraph (a), after item (iii), the following item shall be inserted, namely:-

“(iiia) fixed term employment;”;

(B) after sub-paragraph (d), the following sub-paragraph shall be inserted, namely:-

‘(da) A “fixed term employment” workman is a workman who has been engaged on the basis of a written contract of employment for a fixed period:

Provided that-

(a) his hours of work, wages, allowances and other benefits shall not be less than that of a permanent workman;

 (b) he shall be eligible for all statutory benefits available to a permanent workman proportionately according to the period of service rendered by him even if his period of employment does not extend to the qualifying period of employment required in the statute.’;

(ii) in paragraph 13, for sub-paragraph (b), the following sub-paragraph shall be substituted, namely:-

“(b) Subject to the provisions of the Industrial Disputes Act, 1947 (14 of 1947),-

(i) no notice of termination of employment shall be necessary in the case of temporary and badli workmen; and

(ii) no workman employed on fixed term employment basis as a result of non-renewal of contract or employment or on the expiry of such contract period without it being renewed, shall be entitled to any notice or pay in lieu thereof, if his services are terminated:

Provided that a temporary workman, who has completed three months continuous service, shall be given two weeks notice of the intention to terminate his employment if such termination is not in accordance with the terms of the contract of his employment:

Provided further that when the services of a temporary workman, who has not completed three month’s continuous service, are terminated before the completion of the term of employment given to him, he shall be informed of the reasons for termination in writing and when the services of a badli workman are terminated before the return to work of the permanent incumbent or the expiry of his (badli’s) term of employment, he shall be informed of the reasons for such termination in writing.”.

[F.No. S-12011/1/2016-IR(PL)]

KALPANA RAJSINGHOT, Jt. Secy.

Note.- The principal rules were published in the Gazette of India vide notification number LR 11 (37), dated the 18th December, 1946 and were lastly amended by notification G.S.R.No.976(E), dated the7th October, 2016.

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Amendments to the Tamil Nadu Plantations Labour Rules

Tamil Nadu plantation

Form No. 27 the expression Form No. 28 shall be substituted

Labour and Employment Department issued Notifications vide [G.O. Ms. No. 20, Labour and Employment (K2), 14th February 2018 regarding Amendments to the Tamil Nadu Plantations Labour Rules and details as follows.

No. SRO A-12/2018.—In exercise of the powers conferred by sub-section (1) of Section 43 of the Plantations Labour Act, 1951 (Central Act LXIX of 1951), the Governor of Tamil Nadu hereby makes the following amendments to the Tamil Nadu Plantations Labour Rules, 1955, the draft of the same having been previously published as required by the said sub-section (1) of Section 43 of the said Act.

AMENDMENTS

In the said Rules,—

 (1) in rule 83, in sub-rule (1) for the expression, ”Form No. 27”, the expression ”Form No. 28’’ shall be substituted;

 (2) for the expression’’

“FORM No. 27

[Prescribed under sub-rule (1) of rule 83]

Combined annual return for the year ending the 31st December 20…….’’, the expression,

“FORM No. 28

[Prescribed under sub-rule (1) of rule 83]

Combined annual return for the year ending the 31st December 20…….’’ shall be substituted.

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Draft Labour Code on Social Security 2018 Version 2.0 March 2018

labour code on social security

Government readies social security scheme for 50 crore workers – Draft Labour Code on Social Security 2018 Version 2.0

As an effort to simplify and rationalize the Labour Laws, the Ministry of Labour and Employment had undertaken an exercise for drafting a comprehensive law governing universal social security, in lines with the recommendations of the 2nd National Commission on Labour (2002).

A first draft of Labour Code on Social Security was published and put in the public domain on 16th March 2017, for comments of stakeholders. A number of workshops and discussions were held with various stakeholders, such as Employers’ organisations, Worker’s organisations, State Governments, NGOs, representative of unorganized workers law practitioners etc. We were very encouraged with the feed-back and response from all the stakeholders. We received extensive comments on various provisions of the draft code, which ran into almost 3000 pages. In addition, we also received technical inputs from the International Labour Organisation (ILO). It was an arduous task in going through all the inputs and refining the draft of the Code accordingly.

The Ministry thanks all the persons and stakeholders who contributed in this effort of drafting the Code. This new draft of the Code has attempted to incorporate all such suggestions that were in line with the philosophy of the code. An Executive Summary and a Preamble has been incorporated now which also elucidate the objectives and reasoning behind the proposed provisions of the Code. The ILO Convention 102 and the Report of the 2nd National Commission of Labour on the subject of ‘Social Security’ has been appended in the document as appendices. These appendices provide the rationale and justification to the provisions of the Draft Code. We hope, this will improve the comprehension of the Code provisions, which we understand, sometimes become difficult to comprehend because of its legal language.

The team drafting this code did not have the privilege of a legislative drafting expert, and therefore the language of the code, at times may not look professional (in legal terms). This draft code is yet to undergo a thorough scrutiny of a legal drafting expert. We propose to undertake this exercise only after completing the tripartite and other consultations so as to avoid duplicating the effort.

It is the duty of the society in general and government in particular to ensure that nobody who has contributed to the growth of the nation in his good days is left alone to face the problems like sickness, accident, unemployment,disability, maternity and old age in his lean days. Under a Social Security System, these risks and eventualities can be managed through small contributions by all through a robust social security framework.

Social Security means a program that requires the government to create a fund or system which can be used to make payments to people who are unable to work (and earn his livelihood) because of circumstances. Essential features of Social Security are that it is mandatory (by law), administered by government and it has provisions of rights and enforcements. The social security paradigm is not a simple goodwill gesture or appeasement from the government to the citizen but a Right.

No wonder that the right to social security has been treated as a human right by the United Nations. According to Articles 22 and 25 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, access to Social Security is a basic right. The ‘Social Security (Minimum Standards) Convention 102’ adopted by the International Labour Organization (ILO) in 1952 also prescribes minimum standards for benefits in the important areas of social security. India has not yet ratified this convention. It is high time now that the Country moves towards providing the minimum standards of social security to all its citizen.

As per the practices prevalent worldwide, Social Security benefits can be State (taxpayer) funded, employer funded or worker funded, or any combination of these though the ideal scenario would be that every citizen of the country earns enough to pay for his social security to the state.

Social Security is not only aimed at personal welfare of citizen, but is also linked to National economic prosperity, as it enables the person(s) exposed to these risks to spend the earnings in maintaining a decent standard of living with a life of dignity instead of stashing the earnings somewhere for unforeseen eventualities.

Social Security also contributes to economic progress as effective Social security Policy, labour protection laws,medical facilities and unemployment benefits play a highly significant role in avoiding social costs and safeguarding efficient labour potential.

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Amendments to the Tamil Nadu Motor Vehicles Rules: Draft

Tamilnadu motor rules

Draft amendments to the Tamil Nadu Motor Vehicles Rules, 1989

The Tamil Nadu Home Department vide [G.O. Ms. No. 112, Home (Tr.I), 14th February 2018.] No. SRO A-8/2018.—The following draft amendments to the Tamil Nadu Motor Vehicles Rules, 1989, which is proposed to be made in exercise of the powers conferred by Section 96 of the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988 (Central Act 59 of 1988) is hereby published for the information of all persons likely to be affected thereby, as required under sub-section (1) of Section 212 of the said Act.

  1. Notice is hereby given that the draft amendments will be taken into consideration on or after the expiry of thirty days from the date of publication of this Notification in the Tamil Nadu Government Gazette and that any objection or suggestion, which may be received from any person with respect thereto before the expiry of the aforesaid period will be considered by the Government of Tamil Nadu.
  2. Objection or suggestion, if any, should be addressed in duplicate to the Additional Chief Secretary to Government, Home, Prohibition and Excise Department, Chennai-600 009.

Draft Amendments In the said Rules,

(1) in rule 3, after clause (z), the following clauses shall be inserted, namely:-

“(za) “Sleeper Coach” means a contract carriage designed and constructed with berth for passengers to sleep while travelling;

(zb) “Sleeper Coach-cum-Seater” means a contract carriage designed and constructed with berth for passengers to sleep while travelling and with seat;”‘;

(2) in FORM CCPA,

(i) after serial number 3 and the entry relating thereto, the following serial Number and entry shall be inserted, namely:

“3-A. Type of the contract carriage

(ii) in the entries aginst serial numbers 7 and 8, for the expression “Seating Capacity”, the expression “Seating Capacity or Berth Capacity or both” shall be substituted;

(3) in FORM PC, after serial number 3 and the entry relating thereto, the following, serial number and entry shall be inserted, namely:-

“3-A Type of the Contract Carriage;”

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TNPCB General Subordinate Service Regulations in Part II Amendments

TNPCB SERVICE REGULATIONS

Tamil Nadu Pollution Control Board Revised Service Regulations 2010

Tamil Nadu Pollution Control Board, chennai issued notification vide G.O. Ms.No.133, Environment and Forests (EC2), 6th November 2017 (Lr.No.TNPCB/Per/P5/041813/13)regarding Amendments to the Tamil Nadu Pollution Control Board General Subordinate Service Regulations in Part II of the Tamil Nadu Pollution Control Board Revised Service Regulations, 2010.

1.No. SRO C-6/2018.—In exercise of powers conferred by sub-section (3A) of Section 12 of the Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act, 1974 (Central Act 6 of 1974), the Tamil Nadu Pollution Control Board with the approval of the State Government, hereby makes the following amendments to the Tamil Nadu Pollution Control Board General Subordinate Service Regulations in PART II of the Tamil Nadu Pollution Control Board Revised Service Regulations, 2010.

  1. The amendments hereby made shall come into force on 06-11-2017.

Amendments

In the said Tamil Nadu Pollution Control Board Revised Service Regulations, 2010 in PART II, under“D. TAMIL NADU POLLUTION CONTROL BOARD GENERAL SUBORDINATE SERVICE”,-

(1) in regulation 2, against category 10, for the expression “Receptionist-cum-Telephone Operator Grade II”, the expression “Receptionist/Telephone Operator Grade II” shall be substituted;

(2) in regulation 3, in “THE TABLE” against Sl.No.3 in Column (1), for the entries in Columns (2), (3) and (4) thereof, the following entries shall, respectively, be substituted, namely:-

“General Assistant Pay Band I-Rs.5200-20200+Grade Pay Rs.2,400/-.

(1) By Promotion from Assistant/Typist

(or)

(2) By transfer from Steno-typist Grade III/Telephone Operator Grade II

(or)

(3) By recruitment by transfer from any other class, category or service

(i) Must be an approved probationer;

(ii) Experience as Assistant / Steno-Typist/Typist /Telephone Operator Grade II / Field Assistant/ Assistant Draughtsman for a period of not less than 5 years;

(iii) Must have passed the Account Test for Subordinate Officers Part I and Government Office Manual; and

(iv) A pass in Bachelor’s Degree’.

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