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DGS Circular No: 1 of 2017 [CR/RPS/61/12-1] (11-Jan-2017) Inspection of Recruitment and Placement of Seafarers (RPS) Service Providers by RO's
Promulgation of Merchant Shipping (Recruitment and Placement of Seafarers)Rules, 2016  11-Jan-2017 read more
Ministry of Personnel, PG and Pensions Circular No: AB-14017/7/2013-Estt(RR) (09-Jan-2016) Model Recruitment Rules for the various categories of posts in the Draughtsman cadre-reg
Ministries/Departments may review the existing rules and notify the revised rules conforming to the Model Recruitment Rules  09-Jan-2017 read more
Customs - Non Tariff Notification No: 02/2017-CUSTOMS (N.T) (06-Jan-2017) Further amend notification 63/94 dated 21st November 1994
Amendments in the notification of the Government of India in the Ministry of Finance (Department of Revenue), number 63/94- CUSTOMS (N.T), dated the 21st November, 1994  06-Jan-2017 read more
ESIC Circular No: File no.Pt.V-13(14)38/09-Med.l (ESIC/SC) (05-Jan-2017) Enhancement of reimbursement ceiling on medical expenditure incurred by ESI Schemes
Under ESIC 2.0. ESIC, is expanding its medical services with improved quality and equipping its own as well State run facilities to maximize the medical benefits for ESI beneficiaries  05-Jan-2017 read more
ESIC Circular No: File no. PtV-13(14)38/09-Med.I (ESIC/SQ (05-Jan-2017) Direct arrangement of specified services in ESIS hospitals by ESIC for improving medical services under State ESI Scheme
With a view to improving the functioning of State Govt, run ESIS hospitals and dispensaries, ESI Corporation has earlier asked state ESI schemes to implement ESIC 2.0 reform measures  05-Jan-2017 read more
ESIC Circular No: Z-13/11/2008-E.III (05-Jan-2017) Continuation of vacant posts in ESIC - reg.
In case, no communication is received the information as given in the enclosure will be deemed to have been confirmed and any subsequent request for changes will not be accepted  05-Jan-2017 read more
EPFO Circular No: WSU/28(1)2003/Delegation/Vol-II/17072 (05-Jan-2017) Re-constitution of Over Payment Review Committee
In terms of paragraph 14.6.2 of Manual of Accounting Procedure (Part-I), provision for constitution of Over Payments Review Committee has been given to have an effective and prompt watch over the regularization of overpayments  05-Jan-2017 read more
Contract Labour (Regulation and Abolition) (Maharashtra Amendment) Act, 2016 (05-Jan-2017)
Amend the Contract Labour (Regulation and Abolition) Act, 1970, in its application to the State of Maharashtra  05-Jan-2017 read more
1. Cummins (I) Limited, 2. Shri Anata T. Bhoj And Others VS Industrial Cleaning Services & Others
The Bombay High Court stated that the petitioner has simply prayed for quashing of the impugned order. That would, however, be unfair to the workmen whose claim of gratuity on merits is practically uncontested by the respondent no.1, their immediate employer, who, at any rate, is clearly liable to pay the same. The only contest before the Authority and also in the instant petition is on the liability of the petitioner as the alleged principal employer of these workmen to pay gratuity within the frame work of the Gratuity Act. Whether or not the petitioner is the principal employer and whether or not as such principal employer, it is liable to pay gratuity under Section 21 (4) of the Contract Labour Act, the primary liability of the respondent no.1, as the admitted immediate employer of these workmen, was never really in doubt. In fact, there is no reason why the Authority should not have, in the first place, held the respondent no.1 so liable, even if the Authority were to additionally hold the petitioner liable in the event of the former's failure to pay gratuity to its workmen. Justice of the case requires the instant Court to substitute the directions issued to the petitioner to pay the gratuity determined by the Authority with similar directions to the respondent no.1. There is no issue concerning either the eligibility of the workmen to receive the gratuity or a to the quantum of the amount payable towards it. The identity of the employer liable to pay the same being finally decided on the workmen's applications under Section 7 of the Gratuity Act, such order must follow. As such, the impugned order passed by the Controlling Authority was quashed and set aside.  05-Jan-2017 read more
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