West Bengal: renewal of licences under shops and establishments

Deemed renewal of licences under shops and establishments under the West Bengal Shops and Establishments Act,1963

Government of West Bengal, Labour Department issued notification vide No.: Labr/175/IT&EoDB Date : 28th December, 2018 regarding deemed renewal of licences under shops and establishments under the West Bengal Shops and Establishments Act,1963 and details as follows. NOTIFICATION Consequent to the introduction of online registration of shops and establishments under the West Bengal Shops and Establishments Act,1963 (the Act) and Rules framed thereunder, an extensive process re-engineering as well as e-Governance solutions had been undertaken to reduce regulatory burden on users. It has since been decided in consultation with the Finance Department that the regulatory burden on the users and the administrative burden should be further reduced by a process of “deemed renewal” of licences issued under the Act after the expiry of the license period. In view of the above, the Governor is pleased to dispense with the provision of fees for renewal of licences of shops and establishments under the Act. This shall take immediate effect. Source: Government of West Bengal

Government of West Bengal, Labour Department issued notification vide No.: Labr/175/IT&EoDB Date : 28th December, 2018 regarding deemed renewal of licences under shops and establishments under the West Bengal Shops and Establishments Act,1963 and details as follows. NOTIFICATION Consequent to the introduction of online registration of shops and establishments under the West Bengal Shops and Establishments Act,1963 (the Act) and Rules framed thereunder, an extensive process re-engineering as well as e-Governance solutions had been undertaken to reduce regulatory burden on users. It has since been decided in consultation with the Finance Department that the regulatory burden on the users and the administrative burden should be further reduced by a process of “deemed renewal” of licences issued under the Act after the expiry of the license period. In view of the above, the Governor is pleased to dispense with the provision of fees for renewal of licences of shops and establishments under the Act. This shall take immediate effect. Source: Government of West Bengal Government of West Bengal, Labour Department issued notification vide No.: Labr/175/IT&EoDB Date : 28th December, 2018 regarding deemed renewal of licences under shops and establishments under the West Bengal Shops and Establishments Act,1963 and details as follows. NOTIFICATION Consequent to the introduction of online registration of shops and establishments under the West Bengal Shops and Establishments Act,1963 (the Act) and Rules framed thereunder, an extensive process re-engineering as well as e-Governance solutions had been undertaken to reduce regulatory burden on users. It has since been decided in consultation with the Finance Department that the regulatory burden on the users and the administrative burden should be further reduced by a process of “deemed renewal” of licences issued under the Act after the expiry of the license period. In view of the above, the Governor is pleased to dispense with the provision of fees for renewal of licences of shops and establishments under the Act. This shall take immediate effect. Source: Government of West Bengal

Revised Tamil Nadu Factory License fees from 01.01.2019

Revised Tamil Nadu Factory License fees from 01.01.2019

Tamil Nadu Revised Factory License fees with Effect from 01.01.2019

Revised Tamil Nadu Factory License fees from 01.01.2019 – Tamilnadu , Labour And Employment (M2) Department issued G O (Ms) No:132                Dated. 28.09.2018. regarding Revised Tamil Nadu Factory License fees with Effect from 01.01.2019 and details as follows.

The Factories Act, 1948 (Central Act LXIII of 1948) and Tamil Nadu Factories Rules, 1950— Amendment to rule 4, rule 56B, rule 67A, rule 86 A and rule 95 of the Tamil Nadu Factories Rules,1950 – Revision of License fees. Pressure plant testing fees and Medical Examination fees —Preliminary Notification—Confirmed – Orders—Issued.

Reference: G.O.(Ms) No. 126, Labour and Employment Department. dated 24.07.2017.From the Director of Industrial Safety and Health. Letter No.B1/31574/2016 dated 28.09.2017,16.11 .2017. 12.12.2017. and 04.09.2018

ORDER:

  1. In the Government Order first read above, a Preliminary Notification was issued amending the rule 4, rule 56B, rule 67A. rule 86,A and rule 95 of the Tamil Nadu Factories Rules,1950, under the Factories Act, 1948 (Central Act LXIII of 1948), for enhancement of license fees, Pressure plant testing fees and Medical examination fees.
  2. The Director of Industrial Safety and Health in his letter second read above, has stated that suggestion/objection have been received from the

Associations and examined and has requested the Government to confirm the above said Preliminary Notification.

  1. Accordingly, the Preliminary Notification issued in G.O.(Ms) No.126, Labour and Employment (M2) Department, dated 24.07.2017 for amending the rule 4, rule 56B. rule 67A, rule 86 A and rule 95 of the Tamil Nadu Factories Rules 1950, notified in the Government Order read above is here by confirmed with revised rates of Licence Fees and other Fees as prescribed in this notification.
  2. The appended Notification shall be published in the Tamil Nadu Government Gazette both in English and Tamil.
  3. The Director, Tamil Development and Information Department,

Secretariat, Chennai is requested to send the Tamil translation of the Notification to the Works Manager, Government Central Press, Chennai-600079.

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Source: Tamilnadu Gazette

Rajasthan Civil Services – Revised Pay First Amendment Rules, 2018

Rajasthan Civil Services - Revised Pay First Amendment Rules

Rajasthan Civil Services – Revised Pay First Amendment Rules, 2018 – Govt of Rajasthan Civil Services (Revised Pay) (First Amendment) Rules, 2018

Government of Rajasthan Finance Department (Rules Division) issued Notification vide No. F. 14(13) FD(Rules)/2016 Jaipur, dated 13th August 2018 regarding Rajasthan Civil Services (Revised Pay) (First Amendment) Rules, 2018 and details as follows.

In exercise of the powers conferred by the proviso to Article 309 of the Constitution of India, the Governor of Rajasthan is pleased to make the following rules further to amend the Rajasthan Civil Services (Revised Pay) Rules, 2008, namely:-

1. Short title and commencement.- (1) These rules may be called the Rajasthan Civil Services (Revised Pay) (First Amendment) Rules, 2018. (2) They shall be deemed to have come into force with effect from 01.01.2006.

2. Amendment of Schedule-I.- In Section—B of Schedule-I appended to the Rajasthan Civil Services (Revised Pay) Rules, 2008, under the head SUBORDINATE COURTS the existing serial number 1, 2, 3 and 4 and entries thereto shall be substituted by the following, namely:-

1. Process Server 2950-4475 PB-1 5200-20200 5 5 1850 and further revised to 2000 with effect from 01.07.2013

2. Reader Grade— III (Court of Civil Judge /Judicial Magistrate) 4000-6000 PB-1 5200-20200 9 10 2400 and further revised to 2800 with effect from 01.07.2013

3. Reader Grade – II (Court of Senior Civil Judge / Chief Judicial Magistrate/Additional Chief Judicial Magistrate) 5000-8000 PB-2 9300-34800 11 11 3200 and further revised to 3600 with effect from 01.07.2013

4. Reader Grade I (Court of District Judge/ Addl. District Judge) 5500-9000 PB-2 I 9300-34800 12 12 3600 and further revised to 4200 with effect from 01.07.2013

5. Executive Assistant (Court of Principal District and Sessions Judge) 6500-10500 PB-2 9300-34800 13 14 4200 and further revised to 4800 with effect from 01.07.2013

6, Senior Munsarim 8000-13500 PB-3 15600- 39100 15 5400

7. Protocol Officer-Cum- Administrative Officer 10000- 15200 PB-3 ‘ 15600- 39100 17 6600.

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Companies Fourth Amendment Rules, 2018

Companies Fourth Amendment Rules

MCA – Companies (Registration offices and Fees) Fourth Amendment Rules, 2018

Government of India, Ministry of Corporate Affairs issued gazette Notification dated 21st August 2018 regarding Companies (Registration offices and Fees) Fourth Amendment Rules, 2018 and details as follows.

G.S.R. ……[E) ln exercise of the powers conferred by sections 396,398,399,403 and 404 read with sub-sections (1) and (i) of section 469 of the Companies Act, 2013 (18 of 2013J, the Central Government hereby makes the following rules further to amend the Companies (Registration Offices and Fees) Rules,2014, namely:-

1.(1)These rules may be called the Companies (Registration offices and Fees) Fourth Amendment Rules, 2018.

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

  1. ln the Companies [Registration Offices and Fees) Rules, 2014 in the Annexure under the head VII, for note below Fee for filing e-form DIR-3 KYC, the following note shall be substituted, namely:-

“for the current financial(2018-2019),no fee shall be chargeable till the 15th September 2018 and fee of Rs.5000 shall be payable on or after the 16th September,201B”.

[F. No.01 /16/2013 CL-V (Pt-l) ]

Note: The principal rules were published in the Gazette of India, Part It, Extra ordinary, Section3,Sub-section(iJvidenumberG.SR’268(EJ,datedthe3l$March’20t4and subsequently amended.

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Notification for Rationalization and General Revision of Property Tax Chennai 2018

Revision of Property Tax Chennai 2018

Notification for Rationalization and General Revision of Property Tax Chennai 2018 as per Chennai City Municipal Corporation Act, 1919

The Government of Tamil Nadu vide No. SRO C-18/2018 issued notification for Rationalization and General Revision of Property Tax, as per Chennai City Municipal Corporation Act, 1919. Rd (R.D.C.No.G1/6743/2008.)

Under Section 100 of Chennai City Municipal Corporation Act, 1919, the property tax is levied by Greater Chennai Corporation based on the annual rent reasonably be expected to let from month to month or from year to year. Under section 98 of Chennai City Municipal Corporation Act, 1919 the Council may levy property tax. The property tax shall be assessed with reference to the guidelines issued by the Council under Schedule – IV, Taxation Rules, Part 1-A,

Rule 3(3) of Chennai City Municipal Corporation Act, 1919.

Government had ordered for general revision of property tax with effect from I/2018-19, vide G.O.(Ms).No.73, Municipal Administration and Water Supply (MA.IV) Department, dated 19.07.2018 & vide G.O.(Ms).No.76, Municipal Administration and Water Supply (MA.IV) Department dated 26.07.2018 for the Greater Chennai Corporation and all the other Corporations,

Municipalities & Town Panchayats and conditioned that general revision of property tax should not be more than 50% for residential buildings and 100% for non-residential buildings.

Under Section 98-A (1) & (2) of Chennai City Municipal Corporation Act, 1919, when the council shall have determined to levy any tax or at a new rate should be published in Tamil Nadu Government Gazette and local newspapers to receive claims and objections from the public within 30 days from the date of publication.

The methods being followed for levy of property tax vary between the amalgamated local bodies and erstwhile

Chennai Corporation limits and petitions were received from various associations, organizations and public in this regard.

To clear the discrepancies a rationalization committee was constituted. The rationalization committee has suggested the following recommendations and it should also be executed.

Recommendation – 1

1) A uniform method should be adopted for the entire Greater Chennai Corporation areas for property tax calculation. The core city calculation method should be taken to calculate property tax for entire Greater Chennai Corporation areas.

2) The property tax in the limits of erstwhile Chennai Corporation areas would have been calculated based on the basic street rates provided for every street. As such all the streets in amalgamated Greater Chennai Corporation should also be provided with basic street rate to calculate the property tax.

3) Since, the Rationalisation Committee has recommended that basic street rate should be fixed for all the streets as like in the core city zones, the basic street rates fixed by erstwhile local bodies were modified to suit the method for core city calculation. (In this method, only the basic street rates were modified to get the same property tax using the Greater Chennai Corporation method, as was calculated for the assessed area using erstwhile method and rate). The basic street rate calculated as above will be considered as basic street rates for levy of property tax as per GCC method.

4) Under section 100(2) of the Chennai City Municipal Corporation Act, 1919, ‘the annual value of lands and buildings shall be deemed to be the gross annual rent at which they may at the time of assessment reasonably be expected to let from month to month or from year to year’

5) To fix the basic street rate for all the streets, the guide line value of the Registration Department for land and Public Works Department rate per square feet for cost of construction of building, should be taken to ascertain the property value as per guidelines of The Tamil Nadu Buildings (Lease and Rent Control) Act, 1960.

 

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Source: Government Of Tamilnadu

Companies (Incorporation) Third Amendment Rules 2018

Companies (Incorporation) Third Amendment Rules 2018

Companies (Incorporation) Third Amendment Rules 2018 dated 27th July 2018

Government of India, Ministry of Corporate Affairs issued Notification vide New Delhi July, 2018 regarding Companies (Incorporation) Third Amendment Rules, 2018 dated 27th July 2018 and details as follows.

G.S.R.(E)._ In exercise of the powers conferred by section 3, sub-section (L) of section 7 and sub-sections (1) and (2) of section 469 of the Companies Act,2013 (18 of 2013), the Central Government hereby makes the following rules further to amend the Companies (Incorporation) Rules, 2014, namely: –

1. (1) These rules may be called the Companies (Incorporation) Third Amendment Rules, 2018.

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

2. In the Companies (Incorporation) Rules, 20L4._

(a) in rule 3, for Explanation to sub-rule (1), the following shall be substituted, namely:-

“Explanation L – For the purposes of this rule, the term “resident in India” means a person who has stayed in India for a period of not less than one hundred and eighty two days during the immediately preceding financial year.

Explanation II.- For the purposes of this rule, while counting the number of days of stay of a director in India for the financial year 20-18-2019, any period of stay between 01.01.2018 till the date of notification of this rule shall also be counted”;

(b) for rule 1.5, the following shall be substituted, namely:-

“15. Declaration from Subscribers and First Directors.- For the purposes of clause (c) of sub-section (1) of section 7, the declaration shall be submitted by each of the subscribers to the memorandum and each of the first directors named in the articles in Form No.INC-9.” ;

(c) in Form No. INC-9, for the word ‘Affidavit’, the word ‘Declaration’ shall be substituted;

(d) in Form No. INC-32, (SPICe), in the List of Attachments, in item number 3, for the words and brackets “Affidavit and declaration by first subscriber(s) and director(s)” the words and brackets “Declaration by first subscriber(s) and director(s)” shall be substituted.

Note: The principal rules were published in the Gazette of India, Extraordinary, Part II, Section 3, Sub-section (i), vide number G.S.R. 250(E), dated the 31$ March, 2014.

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Source: MCA

Tamil Nadu Liquor Licence and Permit Amendment

Tamil Nadu Liquor Licence and Permit Amendment

Tamil Nadu Liquor Licence and Permit Amendment Rules – Amendment to the Tamil Nadu Liquor (Licence and Permit) Rules

Home, Prohibition and Excise Department issued notification vide G.O. Ms. No. 30, Home, Prohibition and Excise (VIII), 7th May 2018 regarding Amendment to the Tamil Nadu Liquor (Licence and Permit) Rules and details as follows.

1.No. SRO A/28/2018.—In exercise of the powers conferred by Section 54 of the Tamil Nadu Prohibition Act, 1937 (Tamil Nadu Act X of 1937), the Governor of Tamil Nadu hereby makes the following amendment to the Tamil Nadu Liquor (Licence and Permit) Rules, 1981.

2. The amendment hereby made shall come into force at once.

Amendment.

In the said Rules, for rule 21, the following rule shall be substituted, namely:-

“21. Renewal of licence.- A licence holder desiring to renew the licence shall make an application in the prescribed form (the same as for the original grant of the licence) along with payment of applicable privilege fees on or before the last day of February of the year in which the licence would expire. The application may be sent to the licensing authority directly. The provisions contained in rules 18 to 20 shall, as far as may be, apply to an application for renewal of licence as if it were an application for the original grant of a licence. Where an application for renewal of the licence has been made after the last day of February of the year in which the licence would expire, but on or before 31st March of the year in which the licence would expire, the licensing authority may admit such application, provided there are good and sufficient reasons for the delay, on payment of an additional fee of twenty-five percent of the prescribed licence fee. However, an application for renewal of licence which is received after the expiry of the licence period i.e. 31st March of the concerned year, will not be considered and the licence already granted will be deemed to be cancelled”

Source: TN Govt

Tamilnadu Factory rules Form 1 and Form 2 Return and Payment to be made through Online Only

Tamilnadu Factory rules Form 1 and Form 2 Return and Payment

Amendments to the Tamil Nadu Factories Rules – Tamilnadu Factory rules Form 1 and Form 2 Return and Payment to be made through Online Only

Labour and Employment Department issued gazette notification vide G.O. Ms. No. 15, Labour and Employment (M2), 31st January 2018 regarding Amendments to the Tamil Nadu Factories Rules and details as follows.

No. SRO A-10/2018.—In exercise of the powers conferred by Section 112 of the Factories Act, 1948 (Central Act LXIII of 1948), the Governor of Tamil Nadu hereby makes the following amendments to the Tamil Nadu Factories Rules, 1950 the draft of the same having been previously published as required by Section 115 of the said Act.

Amendments

In the said Rules,-

(1) in rule 3, in sub-rule (2), for the expression “in Form No.1 in triplicate”, the expression “in Form No.1 through online portal of Directorate of Industrial Safety and Health” shall be substituted;

 (2) in rule 4, –

(a) in sub-rule (2), for the expression “in Form No.2 in triplicate”, the expression “in Form No.2 through online portal of Directorate of Industrial Safety and Health” shall be substituted:

(b) in sub-rule (3), after -the expression “Deputy Chief, Inspector of Factories of the region” the expression” or by online payment through online portal of Directorate of Industrial Safety and Health”, be inserted;

(c) in sub-rule (6A), for the expression “five consecutive calendar years”, the expression “ten consecutive calendar years” shall be substituted;

(3) in rule 6, in sub-rule (2), after the expression “Deputy Chief Inspector of Factories of the region”, the expression “or by online payment through online portal of Directorate of Industrial, Safety and Health” shall be added;

(4) in rule 7, –

(a) in sub-rule (2), for the expression “in Form No.2 in triplicate”, the expression “in Form No.2 through online portal of Directorate of Industrial Safety and Health” shall be substituted:

(b) in the second proviso to sub-rule (3), for the expression “five consecutive calendar years”, the expression “ten consecutive calendar years” shall be substituted;

(5) in rule 11, in sub-rule (1), after the expression “Deputy Chief Inspector of Factories of the region:, the expression or by online payment through online portal of Directorate of Industrial Safety and Health:” shall be added;

(6) in rule 56-B, –

(a) in sub-rule (1), after the expression “Deputy Chief Inspector of Factories”, the expression “through online portal of Directorate of Industrial Safety and Health” shall be added;

(b) in sub-rule (3), after the expression “Deputy Chief Inspector of Factories”, the expression “or by online payment through online portal of Directorate of Industrial Safety and Health shall be inserted;

(7) in rule 100, for the expression “The Manager of every factory shall furnish to the Inspector, the following returns,namely:-;” the expression “The Manager of every factory shall furnish to the Inspector through online portal of Directorate of Industrial Safety and Health, the following returns, namely:-, shall be substituted;

(8) in FORM No. 22,-

(a) in clause 11, in sub-clauses (i) and (ii), for the expression “not more than Rs.18,000/- per month”, the expression “not more than the monthly salary specified by the Central Government under sub-section (6) of Section 1 of the Payment of Wages Act, 1936 (Central Act IV of 1936)” shall respectively be substituted.

(b) after clause 13, the following cIauses, shall be added, namely:-

“14. Inter-state Migrant Workmen:

Name and address of contractors

Period of contract

Nature of work

Maximum number of migrant workmen

employed by each contractor

Number of days worked

Number of man-days worked

Feb. 28, 2018] tamil nadu government gazette   23

  1. Conferment of Permanent Status to workmen:

Total Number of workmen employed in the factory Number of non-permanent workmen who have completed 480 days of service during the calendar year ending 31 st December

Number of workmen made permanent during the calendar year ending 31 st December

Number of workmen yet to be made permanent as on 1st January

Reasons for delay

MANGAT RAM SHARMA,

Principal Secretary to Government.

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Amendments to the Tamil Nadu Safety Officers Rules 2005: Draft

Amendments to the Tamil Nadu Safety Officers Rules 2005 – Amendments to the Tamil Nadu Safety Officers (Duties, Qualifications and Conditions of Service) Rules, 2005

Labour And Employment Department issued Notifications by Government regarding vide G.O No.45 dated 9th April 2018 regarding Amendments to the Tamil Nadu Safety Officers (Duties, Qualifications and Conditions of Service) Rules, 2005.

No. SRO A-25/2018. —The following draft amendments to the Tamil Nadu Safety Officers (Duties, Qualifications and Conditions of Service) Rules, 2005, which are proposed to make in exercise of the powers conferred by sub-section (2) of Section 40B read with Section 112 of the Factories Act, 1948 (Central Act LXIII of 1948) is hereby published for information of all persons likely to be affected thereby as required by Section 115 of the said Act.

2. Notice is hereby given that the draft amendments will be taken into consideration on or after the expiry of forty five 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 aforesaid period of expiry, will be considered by the Government of Tamil Nadu. Objection and suggestion, if any, should be addressed in duplicate, to the Principal Secretary to Government, Labour and Employment Department, Fort St, George, Chennai-600 009, through the Director of Industrial Safety and Health, S.F.No.47/1, Thiru.vi.ka. Industrial Estate, Guindy, Chennai-600 032.

AMENDMENTS

In the said Rules, —

(1) in Rule 3, in sub-rule (1),—

(i) in clause (a) the expression ”possesses a recognised degree in Physics or Chemistry and has had a practical experience of working in a factory in a supervisory capactiy for a period of not less than fi ve years or”, shall be omitted;

(ii) for clause (b), the following clause shall be substituted, namely:—

“possesses any Diploma in Industrial Safety conducted by any Institute under Directorate General, Factory Advice Service and Labour Institutes (DGFASLI), Ministry of Labour and Employment, Government of India (or) possesses a full time degree (or) a full time Diploma in Industrial Safety with equivalent syllabus and duration of not less than one year awarded by any university incorporated under the Central or State Acts or Department of Technical Education or Board of Technical Education of any State / Union Territories / Government in India; and”

(iii) in sub-rule (2), after the second proviso, the following proviso shall be added, namely:—

”Provided also that the occupier shall ensure that the Safety Offi cer appointed in the factory acquires adequate knowledge of the language spoken by majority of the workers in the factory within one year from the date of such appointment”.

(2) in rule (5),—

(i) in sub-rule (1),—

(a) for the expression ”other in English:”, the expression ”the other in English and in a Prominent online job portal:”,

(b) in the second provisio, for the expression ”the Department of Inspectorate of Factories on deputation basis.”the expression ”the Directorate of Industrial Safety and Health on deputation basis and that the procedures laid down in sub-rule (1) need not be followed, while fi lling up on deputation basis:”,

(c) after the second proviso, the following proviso shall be added, namely:—

”provided also that when the post is proposed to be fi lled by transfer or promotion from among the members of staff in the factory or group of factories belonging to the same Occupier, the Central or State Government Public Sector Undertakings or Government Establishment or Quasi Government Establishment, the vacancy shall be widely published among the prospective staff by suitable methods”;

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

”(2) Selection for appointment to the post of Safety Offi cer by direct recruitment or by transfer or promotion or nomination shall be made from among the candidates applying for the post, through a Selection Committee appointed by the Occupier of the factory”.

Source: TN Govt.

Amendments Tamil Nadu Building and Other Construction Workers Rules 2006

Amendments Tamil Nadu Building and Other Construction Workers Rules 2006

Amendments Tamil Nadu Building and Other Construction Workers Rules 2006 – Amendment to the Minimum Wages (Tamil Nadu) Rules, 1953

Labour and Employment Department issued Notifications by Government regarding vide G.O No.48 dated 9th April 2018 regarding Amendment to the Minimum Wages (Tamil Nadu) Rules, 1953.

No. SRO A-26/2018. —In exercise of the powers conferred by Section 30 of the Minimum Wages Act, 1948, (Central Act XI of 1948), the Governor of Tamil Nadu hereby makes the following amendment ot the Minimum Wages (Tamil Nadu) Rules, 1953, the draft of the same having been previously published as required under sub-section (1) of Section 30 of the said Act, namely:—

AMENDMENT.

In the said rules, in the proviso to clause (iii) of sub-rule (4) of rule 21, after the expression, ”Tamil Nadu Factories Rules, 1950”, the expression, ”or a combined annual return in Form XXV under Schedule XIII as required in rule 242 of the Tamil Nadu Building and Other Construction Workers (Regulation of Employment and Conditions of Service) Rules, 2006”shall be inserted.

Source: TN Govt.