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PostPosted: Tue Dec 07, 2004 6:29 pm    Post subject: Inspector Raj Reply with quote

This is in context of Remarks of Er. Suraj Singh,
Just put an industry in India then see what is inspector raj from morning to evening you will have to deal more than 12 inspectors
Labour Inspector, sale tax inspector, electricity inspector, inspector from pollution control board, local building inspector, some times police inspector, inspector from small scale industires, weights and measurement inpector are just few isi ISO . then what is wrong if any thing is proposed to relieve and industerilist from this plauge of inspector raj.

          
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PostPosted: Wed Dec 08, 2004 3:24 am    Post subject: Inspector Raj Reply with quote

Dear Engineer
Nothing is wrong in the correction of Inspector Raj. U have misunderstood me. What I intend to bring to the notice of engineers the title use which is encroachment of the authority of some one else
Just getting excited is not the solution .


sidhudaljeet@yahoo.com wrote:
This is in context of Remarks of Er. Suraj Singh,
Just put an industry in India then see what is inspector raj from morning to evening you will have to deal more than 12 inspectors
Labour Inspector, sale tax inspector, electricity inspector, inspector from pollution control board, local building inspector, some times police inspector, inspector from small scale industires, weights and measurement inpector are just few isi ISO . then what is wrong if any thing is proposed to relieve and industerilist from this plauge of inspector raj.


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PostPosted: Wed Dec 08, 2004 3:39 am    Post subject: Inspector Raj Reply with quote

For the information of those engineers who are not clear about it, it is clarified that Chartered Engineers certification is the legal authority of Institution of Engineers India & not of any of the Governments in India
Eng Suraj Singh PE

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Dear Engineer
Nothing is wrong in the correction of Inspector Raj. U have misunderstood me. What I intend to bring to the notice of engineers the title use which is encroachment of the authority of some one else
Just getting excited is not the solution .


sidhudaljeet@yahoo.com wrote:
This is in context of Remarks of Er. Suraj Singh,
Just put an industry in India then see what is inspector raj from morning to evening you will have to deal more than 12 inspectors
Labour Inspector, sale tax inspector, electricity inspector, inspector from pollution control board, local building inspector, some times police inspector, inspector from small scale industires, weights and measurement inpector are just few isi ISO . then what is wrong if any thing is proposed to relieve and industerilist from this plauge of inspector raj.


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PostPosted: Wed Dec 08, 2004 7:02 am    Post subject: Inspector Raj Reply with quote

the news read by Er. Suraj Singh may be this one

"Capt Amarinder Singh said, the industrial policy envisages at doing away with the ‘’Inspector-raj’’. He announced that industry now had the option to appoint its charted engineers in respect of several Acts and laws, for ‘’self-certification and verification’’. This was applicable to certain specified categories of industry".

I am govt. engineer and also charted engineer of IEI India of 1988, and there are many others like me for capt Amrinder singh Charted means "By virtue of experience" means some seasioned engineers shall be deputed for the job.

Daljeet Sidhu

Punjab Public Works Department


          
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PostPosted: Wed Dec 08, 2004 4:05 pm    Post subject: Inspector Raj Reply with quote

New Industrial Policy, 2003

GOVERNMENT OF PUNJAB

DEPARTMENT OF INDUSTRY & COMMERCE

Notification

No. 5/58/2002/11B/968

Date: 26/3/2003

The Governor of Punjab is pleased to formulate 'Industrial Policy-2003' to facilitate the

development of industry in the State of Punjab, as contained in Chapters 1 to 12 herein under:

Biotechnology Industry

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CHAPTER-3

HASSLE FREE DEALING

3.1 Certification regarding Statutory Compliances

Inspections by the officials of the Government under various Acts / Regulations have been a

source of irritation, delay and inconvenience to Industry. In order to facilitate self certification

and create a more industry-friendly environment, following measures under relevant Acts /

Regulations will be taken:-

3.1.1Indian Boilers Act, 1923

(a)

(a)

The State Government will confer powers of Inspector under Section

5(1) of the Indian Boilers Act, 1923, to selected Engineers, possessing

requisite qualification, henceforth called Chartered Engineers, who shall

exercise such powers and discharge such functions of Inspector conferred or

imposed on them by or under this Act in accordance with the detailed scheme

to be notified by the State Government separately.

(b)

(b)

Procedure for their selection, qualification, terms of authorisation,

jurisdictions and service charges will be notified by the State Government

separately.

(c)

(c) They will perform the duties of Inspector as enshrined under Section 7

and Section 8 of the Indian Boilers Act, 1923 with regard to registration, annual

inspection and renewal of certificates.

(d)

(d)

However, a Committee under the Chairmanship of Director Industries

& Commerce, Punjab and comprising of General Manager, District Industries

Centre, Director Boilers and two Representatives of local Industry Association

can order random checking (through computerised randomisation process)

upto 5% of units in each district by an Officer, not posted in that district and

chosen randomly. In case of defaults, the Chartered Engineer will be liable to

face

action

as mentioned in Section 5 of the Act and the unit will be liable to

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be penalised as per Clause 22, 23, 24, 25, 26 and 27 of the Act.

3.1.2Standards of Weights & Measures (Enforcement) Act, 1985.

(a)

(a)

The State Government will confer powers of Inspector under

Section 5(1) of the Standards of Weights & Measures (Enforcement) Act, 1985,

to the selected Engineers possessing requisite qualification, henceforth called

Chartered Engineers, who shall exercise such powers and discharge such

functions of Inspector conferred or imposed on them by or under this Act in

accordance with the detailed scheme to be notified by the State Government

separately.

(b)

(b)

Procedure for their selection, qualification, terms of authorisation,

jurisdictions and service charges will be notified by the State Government

separately.

(c)

(c)

They will perform the duties of Inspector with regard to verification

and stamping of weighs & measures in accordance with the Punjab Standard

of Weights & Measures (Enforcement) Rules, 1993 and Punjab Standard of

Weights & Measures (Enforcement) (Amendment) Rules, 1999.

(d)

(d)

However, a Committee under the Chairmanship of Director

Industries & Commerce, Punjab and comprising of General Manager, District

Industries Centre, Controller Weights & Measures and two Representatives

of local Industry Association can order random checking (through

computerised randomisation process) upto 5% of units in each district by an

Officer, not posted in that district and chosen randomly. In case of defaults,

the Chartered Engineer will be liable to face action as mentioned in Section 5

of the Act and the unit will be liable to be penalised as per penal Clause defined

under Chapter XI of the Act.

3.1.3 Indian Electricity Act, 1910 & Indian Electricity Rules, 1956

(a)

(a)

The State Government will confer powers of Inspector to the

selected Engineers possessing requisite qualification, henceforth called

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Chartered Engineers, who shall exercise such powers and discharge such

functions of Inspector conferred or imposed on them for inspection / testing of

electric installations exclusively relating to industrial units under Rule 46, 47,

47(a) and 63 of Indian Electricity Rules, 1956.

(b)

(b)

Procedure for their selection, qualification, terms of authorisation,

jurisdictions and service charges will be notified by the State Government

separately.

(e)

(c)

However, a Committee under the Chairmanship of Chief Electrical

Inspector and comprising of General Manager, District Industries Centre and

two Representatives of local Industry Association can order random checking

(through computerised randomisation process) upto 5% of units in each district

by an Officer, not posted in that district and chosen randomly. Any dispute

arising between the Chartered Engineer and Owner of the Industrial unit shall

be decided by the Chief Electrical Inspector on receipt of application from

either party, whose decision shall be final and binding on the parties.

(f)

(d)

Action will be taken against the Chartered Engineer for issuing

wrong certification in the shape of cancellation of his licence as well as black

listing him for future empanelment. In addition, the penalty for breach of rules

shall be applicable to the owner of the Industrial Unit as stipulated under Indian

Electricity Act / Rules.

3.1.4Implementation of Environmental Laws

(g)

(a)

The Punjab Pollution Control Board will introduce a scheme of

inspection/verification of industrial units for grant of consent to operate under

the Water (Prevention & Control of Pollution) Act, 1974, Air (Prevention &

Control of Pollution) Act, 1981, by the Chartered Engineer. The Chartered

Engineer shall exercise such powers and discharge such functions as

conferred or imposed on them by the Board under various Acts mentioned

here after.

(h)

(b)

Procedure for their selection, qualification, terms of authorisation,

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jurisdictions and service charges will be notified by the State Government

separately.

(a)

(c) They will perform the duties of Inspection / verification of industrial

units for grant of consent to establish (NOC) and Consent to Operate under the

Water (Prevention & Control of Pollution) Act, 1974 and Air (Prevention &

Control of Pollution) Act, 1981 both for Green and Red Category.

(b)

(d)

However, a Committee under the Chairmanship of Chairman,

Punjab Pollution Control Board and comprising of General Manager, District

Industries Centre and two Representatives of local Industry Association can

order random checking (through computerised randomisation process) upto

5% of units in each district by an Officer, not posted in that district and chosen

randomly. In case of defaults, the unit will be liable to be penalised as per penal

Clauses defined under Chapter XI of the Act.

(c)

(e)

Action will be taken against the Chartered Engineer for wrong

verification / certification in the shape of cancellation of his licence as well as

black listing him for future authorisation including forfeiting of bank guarantee.

(d)

(f)

Any dispute between the Chartered Engineer and Industry shall

be decided by the Chairman of Punjab Pollution Control Board whose decision

shall be final and binding on the parties.

3.1.5Self Certification Scheme under Labour Laws

(e)

(a)

State Government will introduce Self Certification Scheme which

is aimed at making the employer / entrepreneur a conscious and truthful citizen

and law abiding person who is willing to take care of the interest of workers and

employees by following all the labour laws as applicable and to enable the

department of Labour and Employment to effectively protect the interest of the

worker as well as the employers.

(f)

(b)

The procedure to opt for this scheme, filing of return, validity of the

undertaking and details of labour laws covered under the scheme is given in

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the detailed scheme being notified separately by the Government.

(g)

(c)

However, a Committee under the Chairmanship of Labour

Commissioner, Punjab and comprising of General Manager, District Industries

Centre and two Representatives of local Industry Association can order

random checking (through computerised randomisation process) upto 5% of

units in each district by an Officer, not posted in that district and chosen

randomly.

(a)

(d)

This scheme shall be valid for following Acts & Rules made

thereunder as applicable to the concerned employer / entrepreneur:-

-

-

Minimum Wages Act, 1948 and rules made thereunder as amended from

time to time.

(b)

-

Payment of Wages Act, 1936 and rules made thereunder as amended

from time to time.

(c)

-

Contract Labour (Regulation & Abolition) Act, 1970 and rules made

thereunder as amended from time to time.

(d)

-

Industrial Employment (Standing Orders) Acts, 1946 and rules made

thereunder as amended from time to time.

(e)

-

Punjab Industrial Establishment (National and Festival Holidays and

Casual and Sick Leave) Act, 1965 and rules made thereunder as amended

from time to time.

(f)

-

Punjab Labour Welfare Fund Act, 1965 and rules made thereunder as

amended from time to time.

(g)

-

Payment of Bonus Act, 1965 and rules made thereunder as amended

from time to time.

(h)

-

Payment of Gratuity Act, 1972 and rules made thereunder as amended

from time to time.

(i)

-

Maternity Benefit Act, 1961 and rules made thereunder as amended

from time to time.

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(j)

-

Child Labour (Prohibition & Regulation) Act, 1986 and rules made

thereunder as amended from time to time.

(k)

-

Punjab Shops & Commercial Establishment Act, 1958 and rules made

thereunder as amended from time to time.

- -

Factories Act, 1948 and rules made thereunder as amended from time to

time.

3.1.6

All the schemes at (3.1.1) to (3.1.5) will be optional and the Industry will have choice to

opt for registration / certification / verification / inspection by the authorities designated

under these schemes or from the Government Functionaries.

3.1.7

Relevant Acts / Rules & Regulations framed thereunder in respect of all the

schemes at (3.1.1) to (3.1.5) shall have an over-riding effect on the provisions of

respective schemes.

3.1.8

The Chartered Engineers under schemes at (3.1.1) to (3.1.4) shall be liable for all

acts of omission and commission, as an Inspector is under the provisions of the

relevant Acts / Rules & Regulations.

3.1.9

State Government may also authorise the Engineers employed in Industrial units /

owners of Industrial units fulfilling the requisite qualifications to undertake

verification / certification on behalf of the Board of Directors of the Company /

Proprietor / Proprietors of the unit on the pattern of Chartered Engineers in respect

of (3.1.1) to (3.1.4) above.


sidhudaljeet@yahoo.com wrote:the news read by Er. Suraj Singh may be this one

"Capt Amarinder Singh said, the industrial policy envisages at doing away with the ‘’Inspector-raj’’. He announced that industry now had the option to appoint its charted engineers in respect of several Acts and laws, for ‘’self-certification and verification’’. This was applicable to certain specified categories of industry".

I am govt. engineer and also charted engineer of IEI India of 1988, and there are many others like me for capt Amrinder singh Charted means "By virtue of experience" means some seasioned engineers shall be deputed for the job.

Daljeet Sidhu

Punjab Public Works Department



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