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    Thumbs up Cotton Control Order,1986 - NOTIFICATION

    Cotton Control Order,1986

    THE GAZETTE OF INDIA EXTRA ORDINARY PART II SECTION 3-SUB-SECTION (II)

    PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY

    MINISTRY OF TEXTILES
    NOTIFICATION

    New Delhi, the 26th April, 1994.
    S.O.343(E) (E) In exercise of the powers conferred by Section 3 of the Essential Commodities Act, 1955 (10 of 1955), the Central Government hereby makes the following Order to amend the Cotton Control Order, 1986, namely:-

    1.(1) This Order may be called the Cotton Control (Amendment) Order, 1994.
    (2) It shall come into force on the date of its publication in the official Gazette.

    2. In the Cotton ControlOrder, 1986 (hereinafter referred to as the said order)
    (i) In paragraph3, sub-paragraph (b), after item (2), the following item shall be inserted, namely:-

    (3) Unginned cotton;

    (ii) In paragraph 4 of the said Order for the word manufacturer wherever it occur, the words manufacturer, cotton ginning factory, cotton pressing factory, cotton ginning and pressing factory, or a person, other than an agriculturist or a Hindu Undivided Family of agriculturists growing cottonshall be substituted.

    (iii) In paragraph 6 of the said order for the word manufacturer, whereverit occur,the words manufacturer, cotton ginning factory, cotton pressing factory, cotton ginning and pressing factory ora person, other than anagriculturist or a Hindu Undivided Family of agriculturist growing cotton shall be substituted.

    Foot Note: The Principal Order was published vide No. 8/37/85-TPC dated the 2nd April, 1986 and published in the Gazette of India in part-I Section I dated the 11th April,1986.

    [No.1/13/91-CTM]
    AJAY PRASAD, JT. SECY.

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    Thumbs up Cotton Control Order,1986 - ANNEXURE-VI

    Cotton Control Order,1986

    ANNEXURE-VI

    TO BE PUBLISHED INN GAZETTE OF INDIA EXTRA ORDINARY PART-1 SECTION-1
    No. 8/37/85-TPC

    Government of India

    Ministry of Textiles

    S.O.8/37/85-TPCNew Delhi, the 31st December, 1987

    In exercise of the powers conferred by Section 3 of the Essential Commodities Act, 1955 ( 10 of 1955), the Central Government hereby makes the following order to amendthe Cotton Control Order, 1986, namely:-

    1. This order may be called the Cotton Control (Amendment) Order, 1987.

    2. It extends to the whole of India.

    3. For purposes of export, it shall come into force on the date of its publication in the official Gazette and for purposes of domestic consumption, it shall come into force with effect from the 1st day of September, 1988.

    4. For clause 5 of the Cotton Control Order, 1986, the following clause shall be substituted, namely:-

    5. Every owner or lessee of a cotton ginning factory or cotton pressing factory or cotton ginning and pressing factory shall pack cotton only as per the Indian Standard specification number IS: 12171 for cotton bales laid down by the Bureau of Indian Standards.
    Sd/-

    (L. V. Saptharishi)
    Jt. Secretary to the Government of India

    Note: The principal order was notified vide No. S.O.8/37/85-TPC dated the 11th April , 1986.


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    Thumbs up Cotton Control Order,1986 - INDIAN STANDARD SPECIFICATION FOR COTTON BALES

    Cotton Control Order,1986

    INDIAN STANDARD
    SPECIFICATION FOR COTTON BALES

    1. Scope

    1.1. This Standard prescribesthe requirements of ginned cotton in terms of trash content and moisture content as well as the requirements of cotton bales including the packing materials.



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    Thumbs up Cotton Control Order,1986 - INDIAN STANDARD SPECIFICATION FOR COTTON BALES - Ginning

    Cotton Control Order,1986

    INDIAN STANDARD
    SPECIFICATION FOR COTTON BALES

    2. Ginning

    2.1 The kapas shall be pre cleaned before ginning by sing suitable pre- cleaning machines. In case of excessive trash in kapas, a lint cleaner may be used after ginning and before pressing.

    2.2. Only the ginned cotton satisfying the requirements of clause.

    3.1.1 Shall be used for pressing into bales.


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    Thumbs up Cotton Control Order,1986 - INDIAN STANDARD SPECIFICATION FOR COTTON BALES - Requirements

    Cotton Control Order,1986

    INDIAN STANDARD
    SPECIFICATION FOR COTTON BALES

    3.Requirements

    3.1.1 Trash Content- The maximum trash content (excluding invisible loss) for various categories of cotton shall be as under when tested by the method prescribed in IS: 4871-1968*
    i) Extra long staple- 3%
    ii) Long and superior medium staple-4%
    iii) Medium and short staple(including Bengal Desi)-5%
    iv) V-797, Kalagin, CJ-73 and J-34 RG-6%

    3.1.2 Moisture Content- The moisture content in the pressed bale shall not exceed 7.5 percent.

    3.2 Pressed Bales

    3.2.1 Dimensions- The recommended nominal dimensions of the band bales (full pressed ) are given below:-

    Length xWidth xHeight

    1060x 530x780
    OR

    2400x530x700

    3.2.2Mass (Weight)- The mass of bale shall be as agreed to between the buyer and the dollar taking into consideration the dimensions end density. However, for internal trade, the mass( weight) of the time of pressing shall be 170 + 5 kg. For all months excess during March to June when the tolerance shall be of _+7kg.

    *Method for determination of Lint and trash content of cotton by means of mechanicalmachines.

    3.2.3Density- The density of banded bale (full pressed) shall preferably be within 400 to 450 kg/m.

    3.2.4 Baling/Pressing

    3.2.4.1 The bales shall be fully covered with hessian of 125 cm width and no portion of cotton shall be exposed. The hessian shall be stitched suing a 3-ply jute twine and the stitches shall be evenly spaced and properly made. The distance between two stitched shall not exceed 30 mm.

    3.2.4.2 The particulars of hessian, jute twine and iron hoops used for bales shall be as follows:
    a) Hessian- Conforming to variety 2(270g/m2)(11 oz/50 inches) ofIS:2818(PartIII)-1971*

    b) Jute twine-Seo IS: 1912-1984 **

    c) Iron hoops Conforming to IS: 1029-1979 ***
    i) Three pieces of 720 cm length, 12.5 mm width and 0.9/1.18 mm thickness where the press has 12 galas, and\

    ii) Two pieces of 720 cm length and one piece of 390 cm length, 12.5 mm width and 0.9/1.18 mm thickness where and press has 10 galas.



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    Thumbs up Cotton Control Order,1986 - INDIAN STANDARD SPECIFICATION FOR COTTON BALES - Marketing

    Cotton Control Order,1986

    INDIAN STANDARD
    SPECIFICATION FOR COTTON BALES

    4.Marketing

    4.1 The bales shall be marked on one side with the following information using washable black ink:

    a) Nameof the cotton;

    b) Press-mark of the press in code (including month, year and place);

    c) Press running number.

    4.2 The cotton bales may also be marked with the standard mark.

    NOTE: The use of the Standard mark is governed by the provisions of the Bureau of Indian Standards Act and the Rules and Regulations made thereunder. The Standard Mark on products covered by an Indian Standard conveys the assurance that they have been produced to comply with the requirements of that standard under a well-defined system of inspection, testing and quality control which is devised and supervised by BIS and operated by the producer. Standard marked products are also continuously checked by BISfor conformity to that standard as a further safeguard. Details of conditions, under which afor the date of the Standard Mark may be granted to may be obtained from the Bureau of Indian Standards


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    Thumbs up Cotton Control Order,1986 - INDIAN STANDARD SPECIFICATION FOR COTTON BALES - Sampling

    Cotton Control Order,1986

    INDIAN STANDARD
    SPECIFICATION FOR COTTON BALES

    5. Sampling

    5.1 Lot- In any consignment, the bales of a particular variety of cotton ginne under identical conditions shall constitute a lot.

    5.2 Sample for determination of trash content shall be drawn as per clause 3 of

    IS: 4952-1968 $ and the gross sample be reduced as per clause 4 of IS: 4952-1968. However, the weight of tufts drawn from each sub-square be decided in such a way so that the reduced sample meets the requirements of IS: 4871-1968.

    *Indian Hessian, Part III 213 and 270 g/m2 at 16 percent contract regain(First revision)

    ** Country Jute twine (Second revision)

    *** Hot rolled steel strips (Baling) (first revision)

    $Method for sampling of cotton-bales, slivers and savings.


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