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THE RIGHT TO INFORMATION ACT, 2005

 

 

 

OBLiGATIONS OF

PUBLIC AUTHORITIES

 

 

 

 

 

 

OFFICE OF THE COMMSIONER OF LABOUR, A.P.STATE

 

INFORMATiON HAND BOOK

[Refer to Chapter II Section 4 ( I ) RTI Act, 2005]

 

 

 

 

 Centre for Good Governance

Road No. 25, Jubilee Hills, Hyderabad

Andhra Pradesh

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

OCTOBER 2014


 

 

Chapter – 1

 

INTRODUCTION

 

1.1  Background

 

 The Right to Information Act (22 of 2005) of Parliament received the assent of the President on the 15th June, 2005 and published for general information on the 21st June 2005. The Govt. of Andhra Pradesh made Andhra Pradesh Right to Information (Regulation of fee & cost) Rules, 2005 vide GO.Ms.No.454, GA (I & PR-II) Dept., Dt:13.10.2005.

 

The key objective of this Act is to provide for setting out the practical regime of right to information for citizens to secure access to information under the control of public authorities, in order to promote transparency and accountability in the working of every public authority.

 

1.2       The purpose of this information hand-book is to describe the provisions of Sec. 4(1) (b) which are Mandatory Suomotu disclosure of every public authority for understanding by the public and can be used as an effective tool in a regime of Good Governance.

 

1.3       The intended users of the handbook are Citizens, civil society organizations, public representatives, officers and employees of public authorities including Public Information Officers and Assistant Public Information Officers and Appellate Officers, Central and State Information Commissions etc.,

 

1.4       The words and expressions such as ‘information’, ‘record’, ‘Right to Information’ etc., used in this hand     book shall  have the meaning as defined to them in the RTI Act, 2005.

 

1.5       Organization of information

 

This hand book contained information about the organization, functions and its duties, powers & duties of its officers and employees, procedure followed in decision making process, normal set for discharge of             functions, Boards and Committees constituted, directly of officers and employees along with their remunerations and names, designations of Public Information Officers & Appellate Authorities of this organization.

 

1.6           Getting additional information

 

The sources, procedures and fees structure for getting information is not available in this hand book. For any             additional information refer the following Government orders.

 

1. Go.Ms.No.454, GAD dt: 13.10.05

   2. Go.Ms.No.545, GAD dt: 12.12.05

                        3. Go.Ms.No.740, GAD dt: 01.10.07

 

1.7       Names & Address of key contact persons-Refer chapters 10 and 17 of this Hand Book.

 

 

 

Chapter 2

Organisation, Functions and Duties

[Section 4 (1) (b) (i) ]

 

2.1          Particulars of the organization, functions and duties:­

 

SI.
No.

Name of the
Organization

Address

Functions

Duties

1.

O/o Commissioner of Labour, A.P., Hyderabad

D.No.1-1-18/73

AP Labour Welfare Building,

RTC’X’ Roads,

Hyderabad 500 020.

This department is dealing with the following enactments:-

CENTRAL ENACTMENTS:-

1.Employees Compensation Act, 1923

 

2.Trade Unions Act.1926

 

3. Payment of Wages Act. 1936

 

4. Industrial Employment (Standing Orders) Act, 1946.

 

5.Industrial Disputes Act, 1947

 

6. Minimum Wages Act, 1948.

 

7.Motor Transport Workers Act, 1965

 

8. Payment of Bonus Act, 1965.

9. Contract Labour (Regulation and Abolition) Act, 1970.

 

10.Payment of Gratuity Act, 1972

 

11.Beedi and Cigar Workers (Condition of Employment) Act., 1976

 

12.Equal Remuneration Act, 1976

 

13. Sales Promotion Employees (Conditions of Service) Act. 1976

 

14. Working Journalists and other News Paper Employees (Conditions of Service) and Miscellaneous Provisions Act.1976.

 

15. Inter State Migrant Workmen (Regulation of Employment and Conditions of Service) Act, 1979.

 

16. Child Labour (Prohibition and Regulation) Act. 1986.

 

17. Building and other Construction Workers Act, 1996.

 

 

 

STATE ENACTMENTS:-

 

2.    A.P. Factories and Establishments (National Festivals and other Holidays) Act. 1974

 

2. A.P.Muttah Jattu Hamal and other Manual Workers (Regulation of Employment and Welfare) Act. 1976.

 

3. Andhra Pradesh Welfare Fund Act. , 1987.

 

4. A.P. Shops and Establishments Act. 1988.

 

Administration-Service Matters relating to Gazetted and Non-Gazetted Officers (Except Class-IV Employees) and maintenance of their Personal Files.

 

COMMISSIONER OF LABOUR:-

           The Commissioner of Labour is the Head of the Department and he is drawn from IAS, cadre.  Besides administrative work he discharges statutory functions as:-

1. Registrar of Trade Unions under the Trade Unions Act. 1926.

2. Chief Inspector under A.P. Shops and Establishments Act. 1966.

3. Appellate Authority to transfer the appeal from one authority to another authority.

4. Commissioner under Workmen's Compensation Act. 1923.

5. Appellate Authority under Payment of Gratuity Act. 1972.

6. Appellate Authority under Payment of Wages Act, 1936.

7. Conciliation Officer under the Industrial Disputes Act. 1947.

8. Estate Officer under the A.P. Public Premises (Eviction of un-authorised occupants) Act, 1968 in respect of premises constructed under Industrial Housing Scheme.

9. Certifying Officer under Industrial Employment (Standing Orders) Act, 1946 for the State.

10. Inspector under working journalists (Conditions of Service) and Miscellaneous Provisions Act, 1955 for the whole State.

11.Inspector under Payment of Bonus Act, 1965.

12.Inspector under Contract Labour (Regulation and Abolition) Act. 1970 for the State.

13.Chairman of the Medical Appellate Tribunal under ESI Act.

14.Chairman of the A.P. Coal Fields Sub-Committee.

15.Welfare Commissioner under iron Ore Mines Labour Welfare Fund Act for the State and;

16.Appellate Authority under Inter State Migrant Workmen (Regulation of Employment and Conditions of Service) Act. 1979.

17.Authority under Minimum Wages Act.

18.Appellate Authority under Equal Remuneration Act.

19.Chief Inspector under Motor Transport Workers Act.

20. Competent Authority under Section 25 M of Industrial Disputes Act.

21.Competent Authority under Section 25 N of Industrial Disputes Act

Appointments, Transfers and Seniorities etc., relating to Service Matters to Gazetted and Non-Gazetted Officers

 


 

Chapter 3

Powers and Duties of Officers and Employees

[Section 4(1) (b) (ii)]

 

3.1          Please provide details of the powers and duties of employees of the authority by designation as follows:

SI.
No.

Name of the officer/

Employee

S/Sri/Smt/Kum.

Designation

Duties allotted

Powers


  1.  

B.Ramanjaneyulu                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               

 I.A.S

Commissioner of Labour

 

Head of the Department. Appointing authority of 1st and 2nd level Gazetted officers. Appellate Authority for the categories of below the 1st level Gazetted officer.  

 


  1.  

Y. Surya Prasad

Addl. Commissioner of Labour

 

I.D. Act, Trade Union Act, Industrial Employment (Standing Orders) Act, Code of Discipline, Labour Reforms, Performance Appraisal. Rationalization of Minimum Wages Schedules, Vital Statistics. All matters in respect of Building & other Construction Workers Act, 1996 and Cess Act, 1996.

Beedi & Cigar Workers (COE) Act,1976, Working Journalists and other News Paper Employees (COS and Misc Provisions ) Act, 1976, Cinema Theatre Workers (ROE) Act, Sales Promotion Employees Act (COS) Act, 1976, Maternity Benefit Act, 1961, Mutta Jattu Hamals and other Manual Workers Act, 1976, and Un- organized Sector Workers Bill, Labour Welfare Centers. Minimum Wages Act, 1948.

 

 


  1.  

V.V. Panduranga Raju

Joint

Commissioner of Labour-1

 

Child Labour (P&R)Act,1986 and State Resource Centre, Beedi Workers Housing Scheme and Industrial Housing, Beedi & Cigar Workers (COE) Act,1976, Working Journalists and other News Paper Employees (COS and Misc Provisions ) Act, 1976, Cinema Theatre Workers (ROE) Act, Sales Promotion Employees Act (COS) Act, 1976, Maternity Benefit Act, 1961, Mutta Jattu Hamals and other Manual Workers Act, 1976, and Un- organized Sector Workers Bill, Labour Welfare Centers. Minimum Wages Act, 1948. He shall Liaison the Court cases work in respect of the subjects allotted to him.                       

 


  1.  

 K.T. Padmaja

Joint Commissioner of Labour-2

 

Shops & Establishment Act, 1988, Equal Remunerations Act, 1976, Motor Transport Workers Act, 1965, A.P. Factories and Establishments (National Festival and other Holidays) Act, 1974, Payment of Wages Act, 1936, Payment of Gratuity Act, 1972, Plantation Labour Act, Granting Aid Schemes of Men and Women Labour Etc.

 May Day Celebrations, Contract Labour Act, Inter State Migrant Workers Act, Payment of Bonus Act, Workmen’s Compensation Act, 1923, Employees Provident Fund Act, Employees State Insurance Act (MAT cases), New Legislations, Non-Statutory Boards, Legal Aid to Poor and Acts not Administered by the Labour Department. He shall Liaison the Court cases work in respect of the subjects allotted to him.

 

 


  1.  

M.C.Christopher

Dy. Commissioner of Labour

 

Gazetted & Non- Gazetted officers service matters, Disciplinary and Vigilance cases, Pensions, Cadre strength, Medical reimbursements, Gazetted & Non- Gazetted officers of 610 G.O.

 Budget, Audit, sanction of Loans and Advances, Trainings, Re-Organization and related matters.

 


  1.  

R.V.S.S.

Rama Laxmi

Asst. Commissioner of Labour - I

I.D. Act, 1947 Labour Reforms incuding Amendment to the Labour Laws,  Trade Union Act, 1926 Code of Discipline, May Day Celebrations, Industrial Employment (Standing Orders) Act, 1946. Workmen’s Compensation Act, 1923,. Minimum Wages Act, 1948, Shops &Establishment Act,

Non-Statutory Boards, Legal Aid to Poor and Acts not Administered by the Labour Department. Review meeting and other Co. Ordination work of the Dept. and Director of SRC.

 


  1.  

Ch.Usha Rani

Asst.

Commissioner of Labour - II

 

 

 

Public Information Officer under RTI Act, Co –Ordination of work of Parliament, Assembly and Council Assurances, Human Rights Commission, Lokayukta and Vigilance Commission,

Contract Labour Act, MAT cases Motor Transport Act, ESI Act, EPF Act, ILO, Amendments to Labour Laws.

 

Labour Welfare Boards and Schemes, Statutory Boards, Review meetings and other Co. Ordination of the Dept. including CMP’s and CMO’s

 

10.

D.Sai Sekhar

Dy.Statistical Officer

 

Labour Statistics, State Administration Report, Periodicals of the department  other than administration, Monthly diary review of Dy. Commissioner of Labour and Asst Commissioner of Labour on line Data Base Development and maintenance and reports generation, performance Appraisals.

 

 

   11.

 

Superintendents

 

Supervision of the concerned sections allotted to them as per work distribution.

 

 

   12.

 

Senior

Assistants

Attend to work Allotted to them as per work distribution.

 

 

   13.

 

Junior

Assistants

 

Attend to work Allotted to them as per work distribution.

 

 


 

Chapter 4

Procedure Followed in Decision-making Process

[Section 4 (1) (b) (iii)]

 

4.1          Describe the procedure followed in decision-making by the public authority.

 

Activity

Description

Decision-making process

Designation of final decision making authority

 

Goal-setting & Planning

Government

  1. To maintain harmonious industrial relations
  2. Industrial Growth
  3. Social Justice to the Workers
  4. Enforcement of Labour Acts
  5. Labour Welfare
  6. Registration and Regulation of Trade Union

 

 

Commissioner of Labour

 

Budgeting

Preparation of

  1. Budget Estimates under Plan & Non-Plan
  2. Distribution of Budget Plan and Non-Plan to all subordinate controlling officers in the State
  3. Preparation of Number statements Plan a& Non-Plan

4.Reconciliation work between the Departmental figures and AG Figures

 

Proposals will be submitted to the Commissioner of Labour through Controlling Officers for taking decision

Commissioner of Labour

 

Formulation of programmes, schemes and projects

 

If any requisition received from the related Sections about the Budget for implementation of Schemes &Programmes pertaining to their sections, Necessary proposals will be submitted to the Government for consideration

2. Insurances Scheme to Rickshaw Pullers and Auto Drivers under social security scheme.

3. Beedi Housing Scheme

 

 

Recruitment/
hiring   of personnel

 

Direct Recruitment / Promotion / Transfer

         -

Commissioner of Labour

 

Release of funds

 

On receipt of the budget release order from the government, the funds will be distributed to all the Subordinate Officers in the State

 

 

 

Implementation/ delivery of service/utilization of funds

 

By way of reviews with the Sub-ordinate officers

 

Commissioner of Labour

 

Monitoring & evaluation

By way of periodicals prescribed under all enactments and preparation of annual administration reports

 

Commissioner of Labour

Gathering feedback from public

--

--

---

 

Undertaking improvements

---

---

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Chapter 5

Norms set for the Discharge of Functions

[Section 4(1) (b) (IV)]

5.1 Please provide the details of the norms/standards set by the public authority for the discharge of its functions/delivery of services.

Sl.No

Function/

Service

Norms/Standards

of Performance set

Time frame

Reference document prescribing the norms (Citizen’s Charter, Service Charter etc)

 

1) COL

 

STATE WIDE JURISDICTION (STATUTORY/

QUASI JUDICIAL/

SUPERVISORY FUNCTIONS)

 

Ensuring the Norms/Standards of performance indicators prescribed to the subordinate officers under various Labour laws. Holding monthly review meetings with subordinate officers on the achievements of the targets fixed.

The Commissioner of Labour is the specified authority under section 25-M, 25-N of the I.D. Act.  Whenever the managements seeking permission for lay-off, retrenchment under sections 25-M & N of the I.D. Act respectively, the orders on the said application has to be issued within 60 days from the date of receipt of the application.

 

2) ADDL.COL

 

STATE WIDE JURISDICTION (STATUTORY/

QUASI JUDICIAL/

SUPERVISORY

 

Ensuring the Norms/Standards of performance indicators prescribed to the subordinate officers under various Labour laws. Holding monthly review meetings with subordinate officers on the achievements of the targets fixed.

 

 


 

 

3) JCLS

[2]

 

STATE WIDE JURISDICTION (STATUTORY/

QUASI JUDICIAL/

SUPERVISORY

Ensuring the Norms/Standards of performance indicators prescribed to the subordinate officers under various Labour laws. Holding monthly review meetings with subordinate officers on the achievements of the targets fixed.

 

 


 

4) DCL

 

STATE WIDE JURISDICTION (STATUTORY/

QUASI JUDICIAL/

SUPERVISORY

Ensuring the Norms/Standards of performance indicators prescribed to the subordinate officers under various Labour laws. Holding monthly review meetings with subordinate officers on the achievements of the targets fixed.

 

 

5) ACLS

[4]

STATE WIDE JURISDICTION (STATUTORY/

QUASI JUDICIAL/

SUPERVISORY

I.D Act (MZ-III) including implementation of awards and settlements residuary work of ILO Project, CL Act work relating to Contract Labour Advisory Board, Interstate Migrant Workers Act Public relations, library including news magazines, Labour bulletin, Beedi & Cigar Act, Welfare Schemes for Beedi Workers including Beedi Housing, Building Construction workers ordinance and its consequential work, wage boards and Wage committees

 

 

6) STATISTICAL

OFFICER

LABOUR STATISTICS

Preparation of Labour Statistics and Periodicals to be submitted to Labour Bureau, Shimla.

 

 


 

Chapter 6 & 7

Regulations, Instructions, Manual and Records, for Discharging Functions

[Section 4(1)(b)(v) & (vi) ]

6.1 A list and gist of rules, regulations, instructions, manuals and records held by public authority are under its control are used by its employees for discharging functions in the following format:-

 

Sl.No

Description

Gist of contents

Price of the publication if priced

Rules & Regulations

1.A.P.Civil Services (CCA) Rules,1991

 

These rules came into force wef. 1.10.992. These rules are intended to be applicable to every Government servant.

These rules define disciplinary authority as one who is competent to impose any of the penalties specified in rule 9 or 10 and the procedure to be followed. The appointing authorities are the disciplinary authorities under these rules.  The Commissioner of Labour is the disciplinary authority for the categories of ACLs and in the State and the staff working in the Commissionarate of Labour and also Appellate authority in respect of ALOs and subordinate staff working in the districts.

  • Part-I of the Act deals with the interpretation, application power to exclude from operation.
  • Part-II of the Act deals with the classification of services.
  • Part-III of the Act deals with the suspensions.
  • Part-IV of the Act deals with the

Penalties and Disciplinary Authorities.

  • Part-V of the Act deals with the
  • Procedure for imposing major penalties.
  • Part-VI of the Act deals with the

Appeals and period of implementation for appeal etc.,

  • Part-VII of the Act deals with the revision and review of appeals.
  • Part-VIII of the Act deals with the miscellaneous provisions and Schedules.

Publication of the Acts and Rules is not taken up by the Department.  The Copy of the Act and Rules are available in the local Book Stalls.

2 A.P. Civil Services (Conduct) Rules,1964.

 

  • These rules shall apply to every person who is a member of a civil service of the State.

·         Every Govt. employee shall be devoted to his duties and shall maintain absolute integrity, discipline impartiality and a sense of propriety.

 

·         These rules deal with the conduct of the public servant not only in his official life but also in his private life.

 

 

·         Under Rule 3 Every Govt. employee shall be devoted to his duties and shall maintain absolute integrity, discipline impartiality and a sense of propriety.

  • Under Rule 6 Every Govt. employee shall intimate to the Competent Authority with in 15 days from the date of receipt of any Foreign Currency, Foreign Goods etc.,   I    f the value of those articles is more than Rs.10,000.
  • Under Rule 9 every Govt. employee shall get prior permission from the appropriate authority  ( as prescribed under rule 9 (10) )for acquiring and disposing of movable Or immovable properties , if the value of the property is more than Rs.20,000/-

 

3. A.P.Last Grade Service Rules, 1992.

 

      The rules are framed for appointment and regulation of service matters relating to last grade services in the state.

As per these  rules, the head of the office  is the appointing

 authority for the posts comes under  Last Grade Services . 

 

 

Rule 4 deals with the method of appointment and qualifications for the posts of Last Grade Services.

 

 

4. Industrial Disputes Act,  1947

  • The Industrial Disputes Act, 1947 is a Central Legislation.  It is an important instrument to maintain industrial tranquility between Employer and the workers in India.  The Act has passed in the year 1947 and brought into force from 1.4.1947.    The object of the Act to make provision provides the machinery and procedure for the investigation and settlement of industrial disputes and other purposes.
  • Certain provisions of the Act were subsequently amended and adoption of laws, whereby the scope of the Act was widened and the defects noticed in the original enactment, were removed. The Act applies to any person (including an apprentice) employed in any industry to do any manual, unskilled, skilled, technical, operational, clerical or supervisory work for hire or reward, whether the terms of employment be express or implied, and for the purpose of any proceeding under this Act in relation to an industrial dispute, includes any such person who has been dismissed, discharged or retrenched in connection with or, as a consequence of, that dispute, or whose dismissal, discharge or retrenchment has led to that dispute.  This Act contains 40 Sections and 5 schedules.

 

 


 

 

  • Chapter –II of the Act deals Authorities under this Act such as Conciliation Officers may appoint by the appropriate Govt., by notification in Official Gazette.
  • Chapter – II-A deals with Conditions of service for change of which notice is to be given.
  • Chapter –III deals with Reference of disputes to Boards, Courts or Tribunals.
  • Chapter – IV deals with procedure powers and duties of authorities.
  • Chapter – V deals with Strikes and Lock-outs.
  • Chapter – V-A deals with Lay-off and retrenchment.
  • Chapter – V-B deals with Special provisions relating to lay-off retrenchment and closure in certain establishments.
  • Chapter – V-C deals with unfair Labour practices.
  • Chapter – VI deals with Penalties
  • Chapter – VII deals with such as offences by companies recovery of money due from an employer, power to make rules etc.,
  • Schedule –I – The List of Industries which may be declared to be Public Utility Services under Sub-clause (vi) of Clause (n) of Section 2.
  • Schedule –II – Matters within the jurisdiction of Labour Courts.
  • Schedule –III – Matters within the jurisdiction of Industrial Tribunals.
  • Schedule – IV – Conditions of service for change of which notice is to be given.
  • Schedule – V – I. On the part of the Employers and trade unions of employers. 
  • Schedule – V-II.  On the part of workmen and trade unions of workmen.

      The State Government has made the Rules known as Industrial Disputes (A.P) Rules, 1958.

  • Part –I application for reference to Boards of conciliation, Courts of enquiry, Labour Courts and Industrial Tribunals and notification of appointment of Board, Court, Labour Court or Tribunal.
  • Part –II- Arbitration agreement.
  • Part – III – Powers, procedures and duties of conciliation officers, Boards,  
  • Courts, Labour Courts, Tribunal arbitrators.
  • Part –IV – Remuneration of Chairman and members of Courts, Presiding

          officers of Labour Courts and Tribunals, assessors --and witness.

  • Part-V – Notice of change.
  • Part –VI – Representation of parties
  • Part –VII – Works Committee.
  • Part –VIII – Miscellaneous and protected workmen.
  • Part -IX – Rules for the reservation and destruction of records.

 

              Implementation of awards of Labour Courts and Industrial Tribunals:

Under section 29 of ID Act, the Commissioner of Labour is competent to prosecute the erring managements for non-implementation of the awards.

  • Delegation of powers vested with the Govt. to the Commissioner of Labour/Joint Commissioner of Labour and their superiors in the Labour Department under sub section (1) & (2)  of Sec.10,sub-section(1) of Sec.33-C,and sub-section(1) of Sec.34 of the I.D.Act,1947(G.O.Ms.No.63,Dated:2.08.08 of LET & F Dept.
  • To include the sales promotion employees U/s 2(S) of I.D.Act through Gazette Notification No.28 Dated: 24.07.2008.

 

 

5.Trade Union Act,1926

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Code of Discipline

 

The Act enacted to provide for the registration of trade unions and to define the law relating to trade union.  It also deals with the right to form an association etc.

 

 

 

 

Under the Code of Discipline the mode of conduct elections in the Establishments, Companies and Factories, so as to avoid Labour unrest

 

Chapter-I deals with the extent and commencement of the Act. Chapter-II deals with the registration of trade unions.

Chapter-III deals with the rights and liabilities of registered trade unions.

Chapter-IV deals with power to make regulation.

Chapter-V deals with the penalties and procedures.

 

 

On the representation of President or General Secretary, the appropriate authority conduct verification of Membership of the Union and conduct Elections as prescribed under Code of Discipline.

 

 


 

 

1.                        1.Employees Compensation Act,  1923

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Employees Compensation (A.P) Rules, 1953

 

 

The Workmen’s Compensation Act is a Central Legislation.  It is an important piece of Social security Legislation in India.  The Act was passed in the year 1923 and was brought into force from 1924.  The object of the Act was to impose an obligation upon the employers to pay compensation to the workers injured arising out of and in the course of employment and resulting in death or total or partial disablement.  Compensation was also made payable for certain occupational diseases enumerated in the Act.

 

            Certain provisions of the Act were subsequently amended, whereby the scope of the Act was widened. The Act also applies to Railway servants and casuals workers.

 

           

 

  • Chapter –II of the Act deals with employers liability for compensation, amount of compensation, compensation  to  be paid when due and penalty for default , method of calculation and distribution of compensation etc.,
  • Chapter – III deals with appointment of Commissioners, form of applications powers and powers of Commissioners, method of recording evidence registration of agreements, appeals and recovery.
  • Chapter –IV deals with powers of the sate Governments to make Rules, publication of Rules, transfer of money paid as compensation.
  • Schedule –I – List of injuries deemed to result in permanent, total and partial disablements.
  • Schedule –II – List of persons included in the definition of workmen.
  • Schedule –III – List of occupational diseases.
  • Schedule – IV – Compensation payable in certain cases.

 

 

      The State Government has made the Rules known as Workmen’s Compensation (A.P) Rules, 1953.

 

  • Part –I of the Rules deals with review of half monthly payments and computation thereof.
  • Part –II- deposit of compensation.
  • Part – III – Repots of accidents.
  • Part –IV – Medical examination.
  • Part-V – Procedures.
  • Part –VI – Transfer of reports and money to other Commissioners.
  • Part –VII –Appointment of representatives.
  • Part –VIII – Record of Memorandum of agreements.
  • Part -IX – Costs and scale of court fees.
  • Part –X – Notice to the employer by the Commissioner and statement of reply by the employer and notice book.

Part –XI – Maintenance of register, certified copies and allowance to witnesses by the Commissioner.

 

 

2. Payment of Wages Act, 1936

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Andhra Pradesh. Payment of Wages Rules, 1937

 

 

 

This Act was enacted by the Central Government in the year 1936. It regulates payment of wages to certain classes of employees employed in industries as defined under the Act. The Act applies to the employees engaged in industrial establishments drawing the wages of Rs 6500/- p.m. An amendment has been carried out and a Gazette notification no.1173 dated 08.11.2005 has been issued enhancing the wage limit.

 

            All officers in the Commissionarate, all Deputy Commissioners of Labour, all Assistant Commissioners of Labour, all Labour officers and all Assistant Labour officers in the Labour department are notified as Inspectors under the Act.

 

            The Joint Commissioners of Labour all Deputy Commissioners of Labour, all Assistant Commissioners of Labour are notified as claim Authorities under the Act.

 

            Whenever there is delay in payment of Wages, or unauthorized deductions from the salaries of the employees occur, the affected employees can approach the authorities for their redressal.

The State Government has made the Rules called the Andhra Pradesh. Payment of Wages Rules, 1937. 

 

Sec.1 deals with the commencement and application of the Act.

Sec.3 deals with the responsibility for the payment of wages.

Sec.5 deals with the time of payment of wages.

Sec.7 to 13 deals with the amount of deductions from wages.

Sec.13 (a) deals with the maintenance of registers and records.

 

Sec.15 deals with the claims.

Sec.17 deals with the appeals.

Sec.18 & 20 deals with the powers of authorities and penalties for offences.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Rule 6 deals with the presentation of documents.

Rule 12 deals with the appeals.

Rule 13 deals with the inspection of documents and forms.

 

 


 

 

3.Industrial Employment (Standing Orders) Act, 1946

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A.P. Industrial Employment Standing OrdersRules 1953.

This Act applies to all the industrial establishments wherein 50 or more workmen are employed on any day of the preceding 12 months. This Act require employers in industrial establishments formally to define the conditions of employment under them and to make the conditions known to workmen employed by them.  Provisions shall be made in Standing orders for every matter set out in the Schedule.

The Government have notified the Commissioner of Labour, Additional Commissioner of Labour and Joint Commissioner of Labour as state wide certifying officers and Deputy Commissioners of Labour in the state are notified as certifying officer in their respective jurisdictions.

            As per section 3 of the Act, the employer has to submit to the certifying officer five copies of the draft standing orders proposed by him for adoption in his Industrial establishment within six months from the date on which this Act becomes applicable to the  establishments in conformity with model standing orders prescribed under the Act

 

The State Government has made the rules under the act as A.P. Industrial Employment Standing Orders Rules 1953.

Section 1 deals with the extent and application of the Act.

Section 3 deals with the Submission of standing orders.

Section 5 deals with the certification of standing orders.

Section 6 deals with the appeals.

Section 14 deals with the power to exemption.

Section 15 deals with the power to make rules and other schedules.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Under the rules specimens of model standing orders  and other schedules are incorporated.

 

4. Working Journalists and other news paper employees conditions of service) and Miscellaneous Act,1955.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This Act regulates certain conditions of service of working Journalist and other persons employed in news papers establishments throughout the country.

            All the officers of the Labour department are notified as Inspectors under Section 17B of the Act.  The Commissioner of Labour, Additional Commissioner of Labour and Joint Commissioners of Labour are notified as statewide Claim Authorities and Deputy Commissioners of Labour in the state are notified as  Claim Authorities  in their respective jurisdictions under 17(1) of the Act.

Chapter 1 deals with the extent and application of the act.

Chapter 2 deals with the working journalist, fixation of the revision of rates of wages, payment of Gratuity, recommendations of the board and powers and procedures of the board.

Chapter 2(a) deals with the Non- journalist news paper employees, fixation of the revision of rates of wages, payment of Gratuity, recommendations of the board and powers and procedures of the board.

Chapter 3 deals with the application of other acts to the news paper employees.

Chapter  4 deals with the Miscellaneous provisions of the act such as recovery of the money due from the employer, power to make rules, schedules etc.,

 

Contract Labour (R&A)  Act, 1970 and Rules 1971

 

This Act deals with the regulation of service conditions of Contract Labour. The Act is applicable to workmen who engaged on contract based by the contractor

Contract Labour (R&A) Act, 1970 and Rules 1971

  1. Contract Labour (Regulation & Abolition) (A.P. Amendment) Act, 2003 (Annexure-1)
  2. Minimum Rates of Wages revised under the provisions of Contract Labour (R&A) Act, 1970 and Rules 1971.  (Revision made in the years 2000, 2002 and 2005 (Annexure-2)
  3. abolition of Contract Labour system in certain Industries (Annexure-3)
  4. Instructions issued to all Subordinate Officers, for effective implementation of Act and rules (Annexure-4)
  5. Procedures prescribed for obtain the Registration Certificate/Contract Labour License under the Act.

a)    Every Employer should obtain Registration Certificate under Section 7 of the said Act for engaging Contract Labour by furnishing the necessary details.

b)    Every Contractor should apply for licenses under for IV and V as stipulated under Section 12 of the above Act.  And Rules made there under.

c)    The details of Fee to be paid towards Registration Certificate and License as ordered by the Government vide under G.O.Ms.No.68 LET&F (L.II) Department, dt. 17-11-2003. (Annexure-5)

d)     (i)The security deposits pertains to Contract Workers shall be remitted to the following Head of Accounts by principal Employer and Contractor as the case may be

Details of Head of Accounts

Security Deposit- 8443-Civil Deposits

116-Deposits under various Central & State Acts.

01-Deposits not bearing interest under Labour Laws.  (Deposits related to Contract Labour Act, 1970)

DDO Code……….

D(ii) The fee pertains to Registration Certificate & License shall be remitted to the following Head of Accounts by principal Employer and Contractor.

FEES:

Main Head 0230-Labour & Employment

Minor Head 101-Receipts under Labour laws

Sub-Head 01 – Receipts under Labour Laws

Detail Sub Head 001 – Other Receipts (Fees related to Contract Labour Act, 1970)

 

Contract Labour (R&A) (A.P.Amendment) Act, 2003

 

Certain amendments to the Contract Labour Act, 1970 which are applicable to the State of Andhra Pradesh.

 

Defined the Core and Non-core activities in the Amendment Act, 2003

--

A.P.Shops and Establishments Act, 1988 and Rules

 

Provisions relating to Registration and renewal of Shops and Establishments and working conditions of the employees of shops and establishments

 

Chapter II deals with registration and renewal of establishments

Chapter III deals with opening and closing hours of Shops.

Chapter V deals with employment of women and children.

Chapter VIII deals with wages, conditions for termination of services, appeals, suspension and terminal benefits.

 


 

 

Motor Transport Worker Act and Rules

 

Provisions relating to Registration and renewal of Motor transport undertakings and defined the working conditions of the Motor Transport Workers.

 

Chapter II deals with registration of Motor Transport Worker Undertakings.

Chapter V deals with working hours and limitation of employment.

Chapter VII deals with wages and leave to the workers.

 


 

A.P.Shops and Establishments (National Festival and Other Holidays) Act and Rules, 1974

 

Provisions relating to National Holidays and other holidays to be given to the employees of factories and establishments.  The Dy. Commissioners of Labour of the zone concerned are declared holidays in consultation with the unions and managements.

 

The Regional Officers are the authorized officers to notify the holidays to the workers under this Act.

 

Sales Promotion Employees (Condition of Employment) Act, 1976

 

This Act deals with the service conditions of medical representatives.

 

Section 1 deals with the commencement and application of the Act. 

Section 5 deals with the Issue of appointment letter.

Section 7 deals with the Maintenance of registers.

Sections 9 and 10 deals with the Penalties and Offences by the Companies

 

 


 

 

Minimum Wages Act, 1948

 

Fixation /revision of minimum rates of wages in the Scheduled employments covered under Part I & II of schedule of MW Act, 1948.

 

Section 5 deals with procedure for fixing and revising minimum wages with the advice of members of Advisory Board. 

Under Section 19 of the Act Inspectors are notified.  Powers are vested with them to file the claims for non payment of minimum wages.

Under Section 20 claim authorities are notified.

The Commissioner of Labour is the authority to declare the variable dearness allowance on the 1st April and 1st October every year based on the consumer price index.

 

 

INDUSTRIAL HOUSING

1.Subsidised Industrial Housing Scheme Rules And Regulations vide G.O.MS.NO. 161,H.H.M.A.Dept,dt.28.8.1961

 

Procedure for allotment of tenements to the Industrial workers.

 

Eligibility to allot the quarter, Rental agreements, cancellations of Quarter in case of violation of rules, under SIHS.

 

2. Subsidized Industrial Housing Scheme – Hire Purchase Regulations vide Go.MsNo. 597 LEN&TE, dt.27.8.1979 and Go.MsNo. 1152 LEN&TE, dt.6.10.1979 

 

Lease – cum- sale agreement under –Hire Purchase Scheme.

 

Payment of Hire Purchase Installments, and Transfer of Quarter in favour of allottee.

 

Instructions

1. Registration of Quarters in favour of Legal heirs in case of death of original allottee through memo No.1065 dt.23.10.1981.

Procedures to be followed to transfer the quarters in favour of Successors / Legal heirs.

Registration of quarters in favour of Legal heirs. 

Brief note on Subsidized Industrial Housing Scheme:-

1. GO.Ms.No 161,dt 28.8.1961:-Government have framed Rules Subsidized Industrial Housing Scheme for allotment of tenements to the eligible Industrial workers.  The houses constructed under the Scheme to the bonafide employees governed by the Factories Act, 1948 or Indian Mines Act, 1952.  The wage limit was fixed for allotment of tenement not exceeding Rs.350/-PM under rental basis.

2.G.O.Ms.No.597,dt.27.8.1979 :- Government have framed the regulations for sale of tenements constructed under Subsidized Industrial Housing Scheme  in the state sector to the existing occupants as on 1.6.1970 and formats are prescribed to enter in to the Lease-Cum- sale agreement.

3. G.O.Ms.No.1152, dt.6.10.1979:- Government have fixed the cost of the tenements constructed in twin cities which are offered under Hire Purchase scheme.

 4.. Memo No.1065, dt.23.10.1981 Government have issued detailed instructions on Registration of quarters along with encroachments, illegal occupants, and also allotment of Quarter to the dependants of the deceased allottees

 

           


 

 

Payment of Gratuity Act-1972.

 

 

 

The P.G. Act is a Social Security enactment, provides a scheme for the Payment of

Gratuity to employees engaged in Factories,

 Mines, Oil fields, Plantations, Ports, Railway Companies, Shops or other Establishments.

 The Parliament has enacted in the 23 rd

year of the republic of India to provide for the claim for Payment of Gratuity to the employees engaged in the afore said concerns. This is a Central Act implementing in the State. All the Asst. Commissioners of Labour in the State are the Controlling authorities and all the Dy. Commissioners of Labour in the State are the Appellate Authorities to hear and decide the claim applications arising out of termination, retirement, resignation, death or disablement due to accident or disease.

 

      Section 1 deals with the application and commencement.

     Section 4 deals with the payment of gratuity

     Section 7 deals with the determination of amount of gratuity.

     Sections 8&9 deals with the recovery of gratuity and penalties.

     Section 10 deals with the exemption of employer from liability.

 

Building & other Construction Workers Act.1996

 

 

 

Building & other Construction Workers (RECS ) Act,1996 is a central Act applicable to all States,

The A.P. State Government framed rules for the

 State and published on 16-03-2000 in A.P Gazette.

 

      This Act is basically welfare legislation for implementation of social security and welfare measures through a State Welfare Board.

       The A.P. Building and other Construction workers Welfare Board has been constituted by the Govt. of A.P. vide GO.Ms.No.41, L.E.T & F Dept, Dt: 29.04.2007 for implementation of various schemes for the benefit of workers.

          The Board has sanctioned the following Welfare Schemes for the (benefits) too the workers and their dependents.

 

Name of the Schemes

 

1. Accidental death relief to dependents.

2.                                                    Partial/Permanent disability

3.                                                    Natural death relief

4.                                                    Maternity Benefit

5.                                                    Funeral expenses

6.                                                    Tem prey disability (Hospitalization)

 

 

Beedi & Cigar Workers (conditions of Employment) Act, 1966.

 

 

 

 

Beedi & Cigar Workers ( conditions

 of Employment) Act, 1966 was enforced in

 A.P. from 01-04-1968 vide A.P. Gazette

(Extraordinary)  dated: 01-04-1968 .

This act is for welfare of Labour.

The true nature and Character of the

legislation is to enforcing better

conditions of Labour amongst those who are

engaged in the manufacture of Beedi  and    

cigars

 

      Under this act, as a social security measure from time to time the Central Govt., issues orders for constructing of houses to Beedi workers in various Districts of the State. The Guidelines issued by the Govt. of India on the   Revised Integrated Housing Scheme 2005, are enclosed herewith. 

 

1.Child Labour  (P&R) Act, 1986

2.Bonded Labour Act

 

The employment of child Labour is prohibited in certain occupations as listed in the schedules (Part-A and Part-B). 

 

        As per this Act under section 2(ii) a child is defined as a person who has not completed 14 years of age.  Engagement of child Labour in hazardous occupation notified under Part-B of the schedule of the Act is prohibited.

 

Social Security Scheme

 

The scheme was implemented by the State Government for the benefit of Rickshaw Pullers and Auto Drivers

 

         Premium of Rs.100/- per rickshaw-puller will be paid by the government of A.P. and another Rs.100/- per worker will be met from the Social Security Fund of Government of India.  The Government of Andhra Pradesh has paid an amount of Rs.2 crores being the premium to the LIC to cover two lakh rickshaw pullers in the state.  The Rickshaw pullers between the age group of 18 to 60 years are eligible under this scheme.

Benefits:

  1. Natural Death-Rs.20,000
  2. Death due to accident – Rs.50,000
  3. Permanent total disability – Rs.50,000
  4. Loss of two eyes or two limbs or one eye and one limb due to accident – Rs.50,000
  5. Loss of one eye or one limb due to accident – Rs.25,000

        As per the scheme the children of rickshaw pullers are eligible for scholarship.

 

 

Cine Workers and Cinema Theatres (Regulation of Employment ) 1981

 

        The Act regulates the service conditions of the cine workers.

 

      Government have issued orders for appointment of Officers of Labour Department as competent authorities and conciliation officers under Cine Workers and cinema Theatre workers (R&E) Act, 1981 vide GO.Ms.No.46, L.E.T & F Dept., Dt:20.06.2008.

 


 

 

Payment of Bonus Act, 1965

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Payment of Bonus Rules, 1975

 

 

      This Act provides for the payment of bonus to the persons who are drawing a monthly salary not exceeding Rs.10000/-. The Act applies to every Factory/ Establishment in which 20 are more persons are employed on any day during the accounting year.  It also provides payment of minimum bonus @8.33%.  It fixes a time limit for payment of bonus by the employers within the 8 months after the close of the accounting year. Government is competent authority to sanction of extension of time up to 2 years.

 

      Government of India has made Rules under the Act.

 

         Section 2 deals with the extent and applicability of Act.

         Section 3 deals with the establishment to include departments, undertakings.

         Section 8 & 9 deals with the eligibility of bonus and disqualification of bonus.

         Section 10 deals with the payment of bonus.

          Section 12 & 13 deals with the calculation of bonus and proportionate reduction in bonus.

          Section 28 deals with the penalties.

          Section 30 deals with the cognizance with offences.

          Section 36 deals with the power of exemption.

 

Rule 3 deals with the authority for granting permission for change of accounting year. Rule 4 deals with the maintenance of the Registers and Forms.

 

 

Interstate Migrant Workers Act, 1979

 

          This Act regulates the employment of inter state migrant workmen and to provide for their conditions of their service and for matters connected with.

 

        Section 1 deals with the extent, application and commencement.

        Section 4 deals with the Registration of Establishments.

         Section 7 deals with the appointment of liaison officers.

         Section 11 deals with the appeals.

         Section 13 deals with the wage rates and conditions of service.

 

A.P.Labour Welfare Fund Act, 1987

 

        This Act provides for the constitution of Fund for financing of activities to promote welfare of Labour in the state of Andhra Pradesh and for the establishment of Board for conducting such activities and for matters connected with.

 

        Section 1 deals with the Short title, extent and commencement.

        Section 24 deals with the mode of recovery of sums payable into the fund.

        Section 30 deals with the penalty for non compliance with the directions of the Board.

       Section 36 deals with the exemptions.

 

Equal Remuneration Act, 1976

 

       This Act provides for payment of Equal Remuneration to men and women workers for prevention of discrimination and for matters connected with.

 

        Section 1 deals with the extent, commencement and applicability.

        Section 4 deals with the payment of equal remuneration to men and women workers for same work or work of a similar nature.

        Section 8 deals with the duty of employers to maintain registers.

        Section 10 deals with the penalties.

        Section 15 deals with the act not to apply in certain special cases.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Chapter 8

 

Arrangement for Consultation with, or Representation by Members of the Public

in relation to the Formulation of Policy or Implementation thereof

[Section 4(1) (b) (viii)]

 

 

      Describe arrangements by the Public Authority to seek consultation /participation of public or its representatives for formulation and implementation of polices?

 

Sl.No

Function/Service

Arrangements for consultation with or representation of public in relations with policy formulation

Arrangements for consultation with or representation of public in relations with policy implementation

NOT APPLICABLE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

Chapter 9

Boards Councils, Committees and other Bodies constituted as part of Public Authority

[Section 4(1) (b) (viii)]

 

9.1 Please provide information on boards, councils, committees and other bodies related to the public authority in the following format.

 

Name of Board, Council,

Committee, etc.

Composition

Powers &Functions

Whether its Meetings open to Public/Minutes of its Meetings accessible for Public

A.P. Labour Advisory Board

         Government after careful examination of the proposals submitted by the Commissioner of Labour, have constituted the Andhra Pradesh Labour Advisory Board.

 

        The term of the Committee will be for 3 three years

Chairman – Hon’ble Minister for Labour & Employment

Vice-Chairman

Member – Prl. Secretary to Govt., L.E.T. & F Dept.

Member – Commissioner of Labour

Member – Director of Factories, A.P., Hyderabad.

Member – Addl. Commissioner of Labour, A.P., Hyd.

 

3 Members from Employers Representatives

4 Members from Employees Representatives

6     Special Invitees.

 

Evaluation and Implementation Committee

 

Vide G.O. Rt. No. 856, Labour, Dated 25.04.2005, Employment, Training & Factories (Lab.I) Department

 

This Committee is for a period of Two Years.

 

Chairman – Hon’ble Minister for Labour, Employment

Vice – Chairman

Member – Prl. Secy to Govt., LET & F Dept.

Member – Prl. Secy to Govt., Public Enterprises Dept.,.

Member – Commissioner of Labour.

Member Secretary – Addl. Commissioner of Labour.

 

1 Member from AP Federation of Chambers of Commerce and Industry.

2. Members from AP Federation of Chamber of Commerce and Trade

1 Member from Employees Organisation

6. Members from All India Trade Union Congress.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

State Minimum Wages Advisory Board

 

Vide G.O Ms. No.29 dt.25.04.2005 of LET & F (Lab.II) Department

 

The term of this Board is for 2 years.

 

Chairman

3 Members from Employers Representatives

9 Members from Employees Representatives

8 Members from Independent Members

 

State Resource Centre

 

G.O.Ms.No.60, dated 23-08-2007 of School Education (SSA) Department, A.P., Hyd.

For the purpose of Elimination of Child Labour.

 

Chair Person - Chief Secretary to Government.

Ex-Officio Director - Director of State Resource   Centre.

Members from the Departments of Fin, Law, Home, Rural Development. SPD, SSA, Project Manager, ILO, Local Representatives of the UNICEF.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

Chapter 10

Directory of Officers and Employees

[Section 4(1) (b) (ix) ]

 

10.1 Please provide information on officers and employees working in different units or offices at different levels and their contact addresses in the following format (including officers in charge of grievances redressal, vigilance, audit, etc)

 

Sl.No

 

Name of office/ administrative unit

Name, Designation & Address of Officer/ Employee

 

Telephone &Fax

Office Tel:

 

Email

Cell. No.

 

OFFICERS

S/Sri/Smt/Kum.

 

 

COMMISSIONARATE OF LABOUR

Sri B.Ramanjaneyulu, IAS.,

Commissioner of Labour

27612531

  (O&F)

 

Col.Labour

@Gmail.com

 

1

-do-

Sri Y. Surya Prasad,       Addl. Commissioner of Labour

27612538

-Do-

 

2

-do-

V.V. Panduranga Raju,   Jt. Commissioner of Labour-I

27612531 

-Do-

 

3

-do-

K.T. Padmaja,                 Jt. Commissioner of Labour-II

27612531 

-Do-

 

4

-do-

M.C. Christopher,            Dy. Commissioner of Labour (Admn.)

27612531 

-Do-

 

5

-do-

R.V.S.S. Rama Laxmi,    Asst. Commissioner of Labour – I,

27612531 

-Do-

 

6

-do-

Ch. Usha Rani,                Asst. Commissioner of Labour – II

27612531 

-Do-

 

SUPERINTENDENTS

-do-


  1.  

-do-

K. Venkateswaralu

27612531

 

 


  1.  

-do-

E.V. Ramanamma

27612531

 

 


  1.  

-do-

G Narayana Swamy

27612531

 

 


  1.  

-do-

G. Ratna Sheela Kumari

27612531

 

 


  1.  

-do-

K. Vasantha Rao

27612531

 

 


  1.  

-do-

Sk. Ahmed Ali

27612531

 

 


  1.  

-do-

Sk. Naseer Basha

27612531

 

 


  1.  

-do-

N Suresh Babu

27612531

 

 


  1.  

-do-

Ch.V.R Gupta

27612531

 

 


  1.  

-do-

A.V.N.Mani

27612531

 

 


  1.  

-do-

K. Gnanasunder Rao

27612531

 

 


  1.  

-do-

M. Venu Gopal

27612531

 

 


  1.  

-do-

B Hari Krishna

27612531

 

 


  1.  

-do-

T.Ghan Shyam Singh

27612531

 

 

Dy. Statistical Officer

 


  1.  

-do-

D.Sai Sekhar   (On Deputation from O/o. DSE)

27612531

 

 

Sr. Assistants

 


  1.  

-do-

S.Padmasree

 

 

 


  1.  

-do-

R S V S. Uma Devi

 

 

 


  1.  

-do-

Md. Haseebuddin

 

 

 


  1.  

-do-

Md. Zaheeruddin

27612531

 

 


  1.  

-do-

D. Asha

27612531

 

 


  1.  

-do-

ASV. Naidu

27612531

 

 


  1.  

-do-

Y.Dhananjayudu

27612531

 

 


  1.  

-do-

K.K Durga Bhavani

27612531

 

 


  1.  

do-

Ayesha Butul

27612531

 

 

Sr. Stenos

 

25.  

-do-

Y. Jyothi Kumari

27612531

 

 


  1.  

-do-

K. Prasanna Kumari

27612531

 

 


  1.  

-do-

M. Nagarani

27612531

 

 

Jr.Assistants

 

28.  

-do-

B.Rajesh Babu

27612531

 

 

29.  

-do-

K.Paramesh

27612531

 

 

30.  

-do-

K.Basi Reddy

27612531

 

 

31.  

-do-

S.Sarada Rani

27612531

 

 

32.  

-do-

B.Sudhakar

27612531

 

 

33.  

-do-

K.Trinadha

27612531

 

 

34.  

-do-

A.Anjaneyulu

27612531

 

 

35.  

-do-

L.S.K.Varma

27612531

 

 

36.  

-do-

Ch.Srinivas

27612531

 

 

37.  

-do-

K.Krishna Rao

27612531

 

 

38.  

-do-

B.Bheem Rao

27612531

 

 

39.  

-do-

G.Jyothi

27612531

 

 

40.  

-do-

S.Lakshmi

27612531

 

 

41.  

-do-

T.Om Prakash Reddy

27612531

 

 

42.  

-do-

K.Srinivasulu

27612531

 

 


  1.  

-do-

V. Vinod Kumar, Bill collector

27612531

 

 


  1.  

-do-

E. Ramesh, Cashier

27612531

 

 

Attenders

-do-


  1.  

-do-

V. Yadagiri, Jamedar

27612531

 

 


  1.  

-do-

J. Sujatha

 

 

 


  1.  

-do-

Fasi Masood Kureshi

27612531

 

 


  1.  

-do-

B. Narsinga Rao

27612531

 

 


  1.  

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Md. Ishaque

27612531

 

 


  1.  

-do-

B. Gyaneshwar

27612531

 

 


  1.  

-do-

Mohd. Baban

27612531

 

 


  1.  

-do-

Md. Akram

27612531

 

 


  1.  

-do-

P. Madhu Krishna

27612531

 

 


  1.  

-do-

K. Praveen Kumar

27612531

 

 


  1.  

-do-

G.P.Shyamala

27612531

 

 


  1.  

-do-

D.Sravani

27612531

 

 


  1.  

-do-

K.Sirisha

27612531

 

 


  1.  

-do-

M.Mohana Rao

27612531

 

 

                 


 

 

Sweepers


  1.  

-do-

M Bhoodevi, Sweeper

27612531

 

Watchmen


  1.  

-do-

Sudhir Kumar, Watchman

27612531

 


  1.  

-do-

G  Venkateswarlu, Watchman

27612531

 

           


 

Chapter 11

Monthly Remuneration received by Officers and

Employees, including the System of Compensation as

provided in Regulations

[Section 4(1 ) (b) (x) ]

11.1       Provide information on remuneration and compensation structure for officers and. employees in the following format

Name

S/Sri/Smt/Kum.

Designation

Monthly remuneration including its composition

System of compensation to determine remuneration as given in regulation

B.Ramanjaneyulu

i/c .Commissioner of Labour

 

Monthly remuneration

by way of salary

Y.Surya Prasad

Addl. Commissioner of Labour

125821

 

V.V.Pandu Ranga Raju

Joint Commissioner of Labour – I

101515

 

K.T.Padmaja

Joint Commissioner of Labour –II

108317

 

M.Carl Christopher.

Dy. Commissioner of Labour

84533

 

RVSS.Rama Laxmi

Asst. Commissioner of Labour – I

60727

 

Ch.Usha Rani

Asst. Commissioner of Labour – II

88833

 

 

 

 

 

Superintendents

K.Venkateswaralu

Superintendent

41661

 

E.V.Ramanamma

Superintendent

53295

 

G.Ratna Sheela Kumari

Superintendent

45375

 

Shaik Ahmed Ali

Superintendent

49248

 

G.Narayana Swamy

Superintendent

45375

 

Sk. Naseer Basha

Superintendent

53305

 

K.Vasanth Rao

Superintendent

45385

 

Ch.V.R.Gupta

Superintendent

57667

 

N.Suresh Babu

Superintendent

44132

 

K.Gnana Sunder Rao

Superintendent

39419

 

T.Ghan Shyam Singh

Superintendent

42968

 

A.V.N.Mani

Superintendent

56254

 

M.Venugopal

Superintendent

44172

 

B.Hari Krishna

Superintendent

41671

 

D.Sai Sekhar

Dy.Statistical Officer

50471

 

 

SR.ASSISTANTS

S.Padmasree

Sr.Asst.

45371

 

R.S.V.S.Uma Devi

Sr.Asst.

33404

 

Md.Haseebuddin

Sr.Asst.

25251

 

Md. Zaheeruddin

Sr.Asst.

26693

 

D. Asha

Sr.Asst.

27448

 

ASV. Naidu

Sr.Asst.

28203

 

Y.Dhananjayudu

Sr.Asst.

27448

 

K.K Durga Bhavani

Sr.Asst.

28203

 

Ayesha Butul

Sr.Asst.

25937

 

Sr. Stenos

Y Jyothi Kumari

Sr. Steno

49518

 

K Prasanna Kumari

Sr. Steno

36596

 

M.Nagarani

Sr. Steno

26744

 


 

 

JR.ASSISTANTS

S.Sarada Rani

Jr.Asst.

20169

 

S.Laxmi

Jr.Asst.

20169

 

K.Paramesh

Jr.Asst.

20169

 

B.Rajesh Babu

Jr.Asst.

20169

 

G.Jyothi

Jr.Asst.

20169

 

Om Prakash Reddy

Jr.Asst.

20169

 

Bheem Rao

Jr.Asst.

20169

 

K.Basi Reddy

Jr.Asst.

32512

 

B.Sudhakar

Jr.Asst.

20169

 

K.Trinadha

Jr.Asst.

20169

 

A.Anjaneyulu

Jr.Asst.

20169

 

L.S.K.Varma

Jr.Asst.

20169

 

Ch.Srinivas

Jr.Asst.

20169

 

K.Krishna Rao

Jr.Asst.

20169

 

K.Srinivasulu

Jr.Asst.

20169

 

V. Vinod Kumar,

Bill collector

41621

 

E. Ramesh,

Cashier

41681

 

ATTENDERS

V. Yadagiri,

Jamedar

40515

 

J. Sujatha

Attender

23236

 

Fasi Masood Qureshi

Attender

20169

 

B. Narsinga Rao

Attender

23836

 

Md. Ishaque

Attender

 

 

B. Gyaneshwar

Attender

20169

 

Mohd. Baban

Attender

21359

 

Md. Akram

Attender

15994

 

P. Madhu Krishna

Attender

15156

 

K. Praveen Kumar

Attender

17413

 

G.P.Shyamala

Attender

15537

 

D.Sravani

Attender

15537

 

K.Sirisha

Attender

15537

 

M.Mohana Rao

Attender

15537

 

Sweepers

M Bhoodevi

Sweeper

35327

 

Watchman

Sudhir Kumar, Watchman

Watchman

27448

 

G  Venkateswarlu, Watchman

Watchman

24136

 

 


 

Chapter 12

Budget Allocated to Each Agency including Plans etc.

[Section 4 (1) (b) (xi) ]

12.1 Provide information about the details of the plans, programmes and schemes undertaken by the public authority for each agency.

Agency

 

Plan/Programme Scheme/Project’/ Activity/Purpose for which budget is allocated

Proposed expenditure

Expected Outcomes

 

Report on disbursements made or where such details are available (web site, reports, notice board etc.)

NOT APPLICABLE

 

 

Chapter 13

Manner of Execution of Subsidy Programmes

[Section 4(1) (b) (xii) ]

 

13.1       Describe the activities/programmes/schemes being implemented by the public authority for which subsidy is provided.

13.2       Provide Information on the nature of subsidy / eligibility criteria for accessing subsidy and designation fo officer component to grant subsidy under various programmes / schemes

 

Name of Programme / activity

Nature / scale of subsidy

Eligibility criteria of grant of subsidy

Designation of officer to grant subsidy

 

NOT APPLICABLE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

Chapter 14

Particulars of Recipients of Concessions, Permits or

Authorization Granted by the Public Authority

[Section 4 (1) (b) xiii ]

14.1 Provide the names and addresses of recipients of benefits under each programme/scheme separately in the following format.

Institutional Beneficiaries

 

Name of Programme / Scheme

Sl.No

Name & Address of recipient intuitions

Nature / quantum of benefit granted

Date of grant

Name and designation of granting authority

Subsidised Industrial Housing Scheme

Bharat Sevak Samaj, Guntakal

Rs.300000 (Rupees Three Lakhs)

1970

Government

Individual Beneficiaries

 

Sl.No

Name of Programme / Scheme

No. of Beneficiaries

Amount Sanctioned

Name and designation of granting authority

No Individual Beneficiaries

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

Chapter 15

Information Available in Electronic Form

[Section 4 (1) (b) x (iv) ]

 

15.1 Please provide the details of information related to the various the department which are available in electronic formats (Floppy, CD, VCD, Web Site, Internet etc.)

Electronic format

Description (site address/location where available etc.) ,

Contents or title

Designation and address of the custodian of Information (held by whom?)

CD (Compact Disc)

www.Labour.ap.gov.in

--

Addl.Commissioner of Labour, O/o Commissioner of Labour,

T.Angaiah Karmika Bhavan,

R.T.C X Raods,Hyderabad-20

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

Chapter 16

Particulars of Facilities available to Citizens for Obtaining Information

[Section 4 (1) (b) (xv) ]

 

16.1 Describe the particulars of information dissemination mechanisms in place/facilities available to the public for accessing of information:

 

Facility

Description (Location of Facility/Name etc.)

Details of Information made available

Notice Board

Notice Board is placed in the Office premises

All important Government orders, circulars and orders of the Commissioner of Labour are displayed in the notice board

News Paper Reports

All leading News paper

All Government notifications will be published in the News papers to bring awareness among the public/workmen.

Public Announcements

On Electronic media

Declaration of holidays in connection with elections etc.

Information Counter

Provided in the ground floor of the O/o COL

Information relating to officials and their jurisdiction.

Publications

Booklet on Labour enactments

Publication of Gazette Notifications

Brief note on Labour enactments and welfare activities

Minimum rates of wages under M.W Act, fixation and revision of wages under Contract Labour Act and declaration of holidays, declaration of industry as public utility services under I.D.Act etc.

Office Library

 Library is maintained in the O/o COL

All Labour enactments and case laws and gazette notifications are being maintained for reference

Websites

www.Labour.ap.gov.in

--

Other Facilities (Name)

--

--

 


 

Chapter 17

Names, Designations and other Particulars of Public

Information Officers

[Section 4 (1) (b) (xvi) ]

17.1       Please provide contact information about the Public Information officers and Assistant Public Information Officers designated- for various Offices/administrative units and Appellate Authority/Officer(s) for the Public authority in the following format.

17.2        

Public Information Officer(s):-

 

Sl.No

Name of office/ administrative unit

Name & designation PlO

Office Tel:

Residence Tel: Fax:

Email

1

O/o Commissioner of Labour, A.P., Hyderabad.

Head of the Department

Smt.Ch.Usha Rani,

Asst. Commissioner of Labour - II

8333811627

--

 

 

Appellate Authority

 

Sl.No

 

Name, Designation & Address of Appellate Officer

Jurisdiction of Appellate Officer (offices/  Administrative units of the authority)

Office Tel: ‘Residence Tel: Fax:

Email

 

 

Sri R.Ravi Bhushan Rao,

i/c.Joint Commissioner of Labour – I,

O/o Commissioner of Labour, A.P., Hyderabad.

Head of the Department

O/o Commissioner of Labour

27634045

 

 


 

Chapter 18

Other Useful Information

[Section 4 (1) (b) (xvii) ]

 

18.1     Please give below any other information or details of publications which are of relevance or of use to the Citizens.

1.                                                                                

 

2.                                                                                 NIL

 

3.

 

1.2  You may mention here information of your department which is exempted  under 8(1) of the Act and or under rules of the State Government as guidance to the public seeking information from your department

 

Place : Hyderabad

Date :-

 

Name and Designation of the Officer Department:   Sri. B.Ramanjaneyulu, IAS,

Commissioner of Labour,

                                                                                            O/o. Commissioner of Labour.

(UNDER SCRUTINY)

 

 

 

 

 

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