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    Thumbs up Ministry of Textiles - Notifications - Gazette Notification under JPM Act, S.O. 270 (E), date.1st March,2002.

    THE GAZETTE OF INDIA:EXTRAORDINARY (PART II-SEC. 3(ii) )

    MINISTRY OF TEXTILES

    ORDER

    New Delhi, the 1st March 2002

    S.O. 270 (E)
    - Whereas the Central Government, after considering the recommendations made to it by the Standing Advisory Committee, had directed by order S.O.853 (E) dated 1st September, 2001, the Commodities specified in Column (2) of the Schedule of that order, shall be packed in jute packaging material, for supply or distribution, in such minimum percentage as specified in the corresponding entries in Column (3) of the said Schedule.

    And, whereas, the Central Government has received a report from the Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution is stating that there is a shortage in supply of A. Twill bags for packing of sugar during the remaining period of current jute year (ending on 30th June, 2002);

    And, whereas, the Central Government, after considering report of the Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Food and Public distribution is satisfied that there is a shortage of supply of A. Twill bags for packing of sugar during the remaining period of current jute year;

    Now, therefore, in the exercise of the powers conferred by sub-section (1) of section 3 of the Jute Packaging Materials (Compulsory Use in Packing Commodities) Act, 1987,the Central Government hereby directs that the following amendments be made in order 853 (E) dated 1st September, 2001,namely :-

    In the said order, in the Schedule, in column 3,
    (i)Against Sl. No. 2 relating to commodity “sugar” for the words“ Hundred per cent”, the words “Ninety per cent” shall be substituted;

    This notification shall come into force on the date of its publication in the Official Gazette and will remain in force till the end of the current Jute Year ending on 30th June, 2002.

    (F. No. 9/4/2001-Jute)
    (T. NANDAKUMAR)
    Joint Secretary to the Govt. of India


    Foot Note: The Principal Order as published vide S.O.853(E) dated 1st September, 2001.

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    Thumbs up Ministry of Textiles - Notifications - Gazette Notification reg. Central Silk Board General Provident Fund [Amendment] Rules, 2000.

    To be published in Part-II Section-2, Sub – Section [1] of the Gazette of India

    Govt. of India,

    Ministry of Textiles


    G.S.R. ….In exercise of the powers conferred by section 13 of the Central Silk Board Act, 1948, [ LXI of 1948 ], the Central Government hereby makes the following rules further to amend the Central Silk Board General Provident Fund Rules, 1966, namely:-

    1. SHORT TITLE AND COMMENCEMENT:
    I) These rules may be called Central Silk Board General Provident Fund [Amendment] Rules, 2000
    2)They shall come into force on the date of their publication in the official gazette.

    2. In the Central Silk Board General Provident Fund Rules, 1966, -

    I. in rule 2, for clause (e), the following shall be substituted, namely:-

    (e) ‘family’ means:
    (i)in the case of a male subscriber, the wife or wives, parents, children, minor brothers, unmarried sisters, deceased son’s widow and children and where no parents of the subscriber is alive, a paternal grandparent.

    Provided that if a subscriber proves that his wife has been judicially separated from him or has ceased under the customary law of the community, to which she belongs, to be entitled to maintenance she shall henceforth be deemed to be no longer a member of the subscriber’s family in matters to which these rules relate unless the subscriber subsequentlyintimates in writing to the Secretary, Central Silk Board that she shall continue to be so regarded;
    (ii)in the case of a female subscriber, the husband, parents, children, minor brothers, unmarried sisters, deceased son’s widow and children and where no parents of the subscriber is alive, a paternal grandparent:

    Provided that if a subscriber by intimation in writing to the Secretary, Central Silk Board expresses her desire to exclude her husband from her family, the husband shall henceforth be deemed to be no longer a member of the subscriber’s family in matters to which these rules relate, unless the subscriber subsequently cancelssuch intimation excluding him in writing.

    II.in rule 10, in sub rule (i), in clause (b), for the proviso, the following proviso shall be substituted, namely :-

    “Provided that in the case of a subscriber who has previously been subscribing to a Government Contributory Provident Fund at the higher rate of 8 1/3 per cent, of his emoluments and not more than his total emoluments.”

    III.for rule 12 and 13, the following rules shall be substituted, namely :-


    “12. Interest :-

    (1)The board shall pay to the credit of the account of a subscriber interest at such rate as may be determined for each year according to the method of calculation prescribed from time to time by the Government of India :
    Provided that, if the rate of interest determined for a year is less than 4 percent, all subscribers to the Fund in the year preceding that for which the rate has for the first time been fixed at less than 4 percent, shall be allowed interest at 4 percent:

    Provided further that a subscriber who was previously subscribing to any other provident fund of the Central Government and whose subscriptions, together with interest thereon, have been transferred to his credit in his Fund, shall also be allowed interest at 4 percentif he had been receiving that rate of interest under the rules of such other fund under the provision similar to that of the first proviso to this rule

    (2)Interest shall be credited with effect from last day in each year in the following manner :-

    (i) on the amount to the credit of a subscriber on the last day of the preceding year, less any sums withdrawn during the current years-interest for twelve months;
    (ii)on sums withdrawn during the current year-interest from the beginning of the current year upto the last day of the month preceding the month of withdrawal;
    (iii)on all the sums credited to the subscriber’s account after the last day of the preceding year-interest from the date of deposit upto the end of the current year;
    (iv)the total amount of interest shall be rounded to the nearest whole rupee (fifty paise counting as the next higher rupee) :

    Provided that when the amount standing to the credit of a subscriber has become payable, interest shall thereupon be credited under this rule in respect only of the period from the beginning of the current year or from the date of deposit, as the case may be, upto the date on which the amount standing to the credit of the subscriber became payable.

    (3) In this rule, the date of deposit shall in the case of recoveries from emoluments be deemed to be the first day of the month in which it is recovered, and in the case of amounts forwarded by the subscriber, shall be deemed to be the first day of the month of receipt, if it is received before the 15th day of the month, but if it is received on or after 15th day of the month, the first day of the next succeeding month.

    Provided that where there has been delay in the drawal of pay or leave salary and allowances of a subscriber and consequently in the recovery of his subscription towards the Fund, the interest on such subscriptions shall be payable from the month in which the pay or leave salary of the subscriber was due under the rules, irrespective of the month in which it was actually drawn :

    Provided further that where the emoluments for a month are drawn and disbursed on the last working day of the same month the date of deposit shall, in the case of recovery of his subscriptions, be deemed to be the first day of the succeeding month.

    Provided further that where a subscriber on deputation to a body corporate owned or controlled by the government of an autonomous organisation registered under the Societies Registration Act, 1860 (21 of 1860) is subsequently absorbed in such body corporate or organisation with effect from a retrospective date, for the purpose of calculating the interest due on the Fund accumulations of the subscriber the date of issue of the orders regarding absorption shall be deemed to be the date on which the amount to the credit of the subscriber becamepayable subject, however, to the condition that the amount recovered as subscription during the period commencing from the date ofissueof orders of absorption shall be deemed to be subscription to the fund only for the purpose of awarding interest under this sub-rule.

    13: Advances from the Fund

    (1)The Chairman or any other officer authorised on his behalf may sanction the payment to any subscriber of an advance consisting of a sum of whole rupees and not exceeding in amount three months’ pay or half the amount standing to his credit in the fund, whichever is less, for one or more of the following purposes :-

    (a)to pay expenses in connection with the illness, confinement or disability, including where necessary, the travelling expenses of the subscriber and members of his family or any person actually dependent on him.
    (b)to meet cost of higher education, including where necessary, the travelling expenses of the subscriber and members of his family or any person actually dependent on him in the following cases, namely :-

    (i)for education outside India for academic, technical, professional or vocational course beyond the High School stage; and
    (ii)for any medical, engineering or other technical or specialised course in India beyond the High School stage, provided that the course of study is for not less than three years;

    (c) to pay obligatory expenses on a scale appropriate to the subscriber’s status which by customary usage the subscriber has to incur in connection with betrothal or marriages, funerals or other ceremonies;
    (d) to meet the cost of legal proceedings instituted by or against the subscriber, any member of his familyor any person actually dependent upon him, the advance in this case being available in addition to any advance admissible for the same purpose from any other Government source ;
    (e)to meet the cost of the subscriber’s defence where he engages a legalpractitioner to defend himself in an enquiry in respect of any alleged official misconduct on his part ;
    (f)to purchase consumer durables such as TV, VCR/VCP, washing machines, cooking range, geysers, computers etc.

    (2) The Chairman may, in special circumstances, sanction the payment to any subscriber of an advance if he is satisfied that the subscriberconcerned requires the advance for reasons other than mentioned in sub-rule (1)

    (3) When an advance is sanctioned before repayment of last instalment of any previous advance is completed the balance of any previous advance not recovered shall be added to the advance so sanctioned and the instalments for recovery shall be fixed with reference to the consolidated amount.

    (4) A subscriber shall be permitted to take an advance once in every six months under item (b) of sub-rule (1) of this Rule.

    IV. in rule 14, sub rule (5) shall be omitted ;

    V. for rule 16, the following rule shall be substituted, namely :-


    “16. Withdrawal from the fund

    (A) Subject to the conditions specified herein, withdrawals may be sanctioned by the Chairman, at any time after the completion of ten years of service (including broken periods of service, if any) of a subscriber or within ten years before the date of his retirement on superannuation, whichever is earlier, from the amount standing to his credit in the Fund, for one or more of the following purposes namely:-

    (a) meeting the cost of higher education, including where necessary, the travelling expenses of the subscriber or any child of the subscriber in the following cases, namely:-
    (i)for education outside India for academic technical professional or vocational course beyond the High School Stage; and
    (ii)for any medical engineering or other technical or specialised course in India beyond the High School stage ;

    (b) meeting the expenditure in connection with the betrothal/marriage of the subscriber or his sons or his daughters and any other female relation actually dependent on him;
    (c) meeting the expenses in connection with the illness, including where necessary, the travelling expenses, of the subscriber and members of his family or any person actually dependent on him;
    (B) during the services of a subscriber from the amount standing to his credit in the Fund for one or more of the following purposes, namely:

    (i)building or acquiring a suitable house of ready-built flat for his residence including the cost of the site for any payment towards allotment of a plot or flat by the State Development Authority, State Housing Board or aHouse Building Society;
    (ii) repaying an outstanding amount on account of loan expressly taken for building or acquiring a suitable house or ready-built flat for his residence;
    (iii) purchasing a house-site for building a house thereon for his residence or repaying any outstanding amount on account of loan expressly taken for this purpose;
    (iv) reconstructing or making additions, or alterations to a house or a flat already ownedor acquired by a subscriber;
    (v) renovating additions or alterations or upkeep of an ancestral house at a place other than the place of duty or to a house built with the assistance of loan from Government at a place other than the place of duty.
    (vi)constructing a house on a site purchased under clause (iii);

    (C)Within twelve months before the date of subscriber’s retirement on superannuation from the amount standing to the credit in the fund without linking to any purchase.

    Note (1) P.F. W under sub rule (A) and (B) sanctioned to the extent of 75% of the balances standing in the credit of the subscriber.

    Note (2) PFW under sub rule (C) may be sanctioned to the extent of 90% of the balance standing in the credit of the subscriber.

    Note (3) Withdrawal under sub rule (A) & (B) shall be sanctioned only after a subscriber has submitted the documentary evidences.

    Note (4) Withdrawal under sub rule (B) shall be allowed where the house site or house in the name of wife or husband.

    Note (5)
    The amount of withdrawal sanctioned under clause (ii) of sub-rule (B) shall not exceed 3/4ths of the balance on date of together with the amount of previous withdrawal reduced by the amount of previous withdrawal. The formula to be followed is 3/4ths of the balance as on date plus amount of previous withdrawals for the house in question minus the amount of previous withdrawals.

    Note (6) Only one withdrawal shall be allowed for the same purpose under this rule. But marriage or education of different children or illness on different occasions or a further addition or alteration to a house or flat covered by a fresh plan duly approved by the local municipal body of the area where the house or flat is situated shall not be treated as the same purpose. Second or subsequent withdrawal under sub-rule (B) for completion of the same house shall be allowed up to the limit laid down under Note. 5.

    VI. in rule 17, in sub rule (1), for the proviso the following proviso shall be substituted, namely :-

    “(1) Any sum withdrawn by a subscriber at any one time for one or more of the purposes specified in Rule 15 from the amount standing to his credit in the Fund shall not ordinarily exceed one half of such amount or six month’s pay, whichever is less. The sanctioning authority may, however, sanction the withdrawal of an amount in excess of this limit up to 3/4th of the balance at his credit in the Fund having due regard to (i) the object for which the withdrawal is being made, (ii) the status of the subscriber, and (iii) the amount to his credit in the Fund [ in case of withdrawal under Clause (A) and up to 90% of balance at credit in cases of withdrawals under Clause (B) of sub-rule (1) of Rule 16 ]

    Provided that in no case the maximum amount of withdrawal for purposes specified in Clause (B) of sub-rule (1) of Rule 16 shall exceed the maximum limit prescribed from time to time under Rule 2(a) and 3(b) of the scheme of the Ministry of Works and Housing for grant of advances for house building purposes:

    Provided further that in the case of a subscriber who has availed himself of an advance under the scheme of the Ministry of Works and Housing for grant of advances for house building purposes, or has been allowed any assistance in this regard from any other Government source, the sum withdrawn under the sub-rule together with the amount of advance taken under the aforesaid scheme or the assistance taken from any other Government source shall not exceed the maximumlimit prescribedfrom time to time under Rule 2(a) and 3(b) of the aforesaid scheme.

    Provided further that the withdrawal admissible under Rule 16(1)(C) shall not exceed 90% of the amount standing to the credit of the subscriber in the Fund”

    F.No.25012/18/92-Silk
    N LANKA DEPUTY SECRETARY TO THE GOVT. OF INDIA

    NOTE: The Central Silk Board General Provident Fund Rules were published vide notification GSR No.92 dated 31.12.1966. These rules were subsequently amended vide notifications - --GSR No.142 dated 9.2.1985and GSR No.57, dated 19.1.1996

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    Thumbs up Ministry of Textiles - Notifications - GSR No. 426. - Amendments to Central Silk Board Act, 1948 dated 13th Oct 2000.

    MINISTRY OF TEXTILES

    New Delhi, the 13th October, 2000

    GSR No. 426. - In exercise of the powers conferred by Section 13 of the Central Silk Board Act, 1948, (61 of 1948), the Central Government hereby makes the following rules further to amend the Central Silk Board Rules, 1955, namely:-

    1. (1) These rule may be called the Central Silk Board (Amendment Rules), 2000 (2) They shall come into force on the date of their publication in the Official Gazette. 2 In the Central Silk Board Rules, 1955, in rule 8, for sub-rule (2), the following shall be substituted, namely:-

    “(2) A member of the Board elected under clause (c) of sub-section (3) of Section 4 shall cease to be a member of the Board if he:-

    (i) ceases to be a member of the house by which he was elected ; or
    (ii) becomes a Minister or Speaker or Deputy Speaker of the House of the People or the Deputy Chairman of the Council of States.”.

    {F.No. 25012/03/96-Silkk)
    KIRAN DHINGRA


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    Thumbs up Ministry of Textiles - Notifications - Gazette Notification S.O.1028 (E).- Sec 3 of the Jute and Jute Textiles Control Order, 2000 dated 24 Sep, 2002.

    THE GAZETTE OF INDIA : EXTRAORDINARY (PART II- SEC.3(ii)

    MINISTRY OF TEXTILES
    (OFFICE OF THE JUTE COMMISSIONER)

    NOTIFICATION

    Kolkata, the 24th September 2002

    S.O.1028 (E). -- In exercise of the powers conferred by Section 3 of the Jute and Jute Textiles Control Order, 2000,
    1. S.Majumdar, Jute Commissioner, hereby provisionally fix Rs.1690.23 per 100 bags as the maximum ex-factory price at which B. Twill Jute Bags for 50 kg packing of the size 94 cm x 57 cm /HD, 665 gms. Mass per bags, 76(+4, -2) ends per dm, 28(+2, -1) picks per dm, singly blue stripe running along the length of the bag at the center along with additional identification marking of two consecutive green warp threads at a distance of about 150 mm away from any one side of the selvedge, dry sewn and confirming in all other respects to the current BIS specification (No.IS: 12650-1997, as amended till date) shall be purchased or sold during the month of August, 2002. Every bag is to be branded with monogram to be specified by DGS&D, Kolkata with the name of the manufacturing mill printed on it as well as BIS certification marking. The average minimum breaking strength shall be 160 kgf for warp way and 145 kgf for weft way as provided in the aforesaid specification of BIS.

    2. The above provisional price is subject to revision pending final orders of Hon’ble High Court, Kolkata in the matter of the writ petition No.2280 of 2001 and 275 of 2002 of M/s.Hoogly Mills Co. Ltd. & Anr. –Vs- Union of India.

    3. The price fixed under this Notification shall be exclusive of duty of excise, cess payable under Jute Manufacture Cess Act, 1983 and Sales Tax which shall be paid in addition to the ex-factory price by the purchaser.


    (F.No.8/2/2000-Jute)
    S.MAJUMDAR, Jute Commissioner


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    Thumbs up Ministry of Textiles - Notifications - Gazette Notification GSR.836(E).- Sec 25 of Jute Manufactures Development Council Act,1983 dated 24th Dec, 2002

    Government of India
    Ministry of Textiles

    NOTIFICATION

    New Delhi, dated 24th Dec., 2002

    G.S.R.836 (E)- In exercise of the powers conferred by section 25 of the Jute Manufactures Development Council Act, 1983 (27 of 1983), and in supersession of the Jute Manufactures Development Council (Procedural) Rules, 1984 published in the Government of India, Ministry of Commerce , Department of Textiles vide G.S.R. No.658(E) dated the 15th September, 1984, in the Gazette of India, Part II, Section 3, sub-section (i), except as respects things done or omitted to be done before such supersession, the Central Government hereby makes the following rules, namely:-

    1.Short title. – These rules may be called the Jute Manufactures Development Council (Procedural) Rules, 2002.

    2.Commencement. – They shall come into force on the date of their publication in the Official Gazette..

    3.Definitions.- In these rules, unless the context otherwise requires,-

    (a) “Act” means the Jute Manufactures Development Council Act, 1983 (27 of 1983);
    (b)“Jute Fund” means the fund created under sub-section (1) of section 10 of the Act.
    (c)“Secretary” means the Secretary cum Chief Executive Officer of the Council appointed under rule 5 to carry out the functions of Secretary of the Council.
    (d) “Vice-Chairman”, means the Vice-Chairman of the Council elected in accordance with sub-section (5) of section 3 of the Act;
    (e) all other words and expressions used but not defined in these rules, but defined in the Act or in the Jute Manufactures Cess Act, 1983 (28 of 1983) shall have the meaning respectively assigned to them in those Acts.

    4. Filling up of casual vacancy of Vice-Chairman.- If a casual vacancy occurs in the office of the Vice-Chairman on account of his resignation or his ceasing to be a member or otherwise, the Council shall elect at its next meeting another member as the Vice-Chairman who shall hold office for the unexpired period of the term of office of the previous Vice-Chairman.

    5. Powers and duties of Secretary.- (1) The Secretary shall be appointed by the Central Government.

    (2) The Secretary shall be the Chief Executive Officer of the Council and shall work under the supervision of the Chairman.

    (3) It shall be the duty of the Secretary to –
    (i) implement all decisions taken by the Council;
    (ii) co-ordinate and supervise the work of the other officers and the establishments of the Council;
    (iii) convene under the directions of the Chairman meetings of the Council;
    (iv) maintain the minute books containing a record of the business transacted by the Council and get it circulated to the members for confirmation in the next meeting.
    (v) furnish to the Central Government all reports, returns and other necessary documents required to be furnished to it under the Act;
    (vi) prepare every year the Budget Estimates and Accounts of the Council for its approval;
    (vii) sanction re-appropriation of grants under such powers as may be delegated by the Council and within such limits as may be specified by it;
    (viii) administer the Provident Fund of the Council;
    (ix) undertake such other duties and exercise such other powers, as may, from time to time, be entrusted or delegated to him by the Council or the Chairman.

    6. Tenure of appointment of member.- (1) Subject to the provisions of sub-rule (2), a member of the Council shall hold office for a period of two years.

    (2) It shall be competent for the Central Government to appoint another person in the place of a member appointed under sub-section(4) of section 3 of the Act before the completion of two years if it is of opinion that such member has ceased to represent the interests he was appointed to represent.

    7. Resignation of member.- (1) A member of the Council may resign his office by writing a letter under his hand addressed to the Chairman of the Council.

    (2) The office of a member shall fall vacant from the date on which his resignation is accepted by the Central Government or on the expiry of 30 (thirty) days from the date of receipt of resignation, whichever is earlier.

    8. Absence of members from India.- If a member intends to leave India for more than one month, he shall intimate the Chairman the date of his departure and the date of his expected return to India and if such member intends to be absent from India for a period longer than 6 (six) months, he shall tender his resignation.

    9. Cessation of membership.- (1) A member shall cease to be a member if he fails to attend three consecutive meetings of the council without leave of the Chairman.

    (2) A member shall cease to be a member, if he -
    (i) becomes of unsound mind and is declared so by a competent Court; or
    (ii) is an un-discharged insolvent; or
    (iii) is convicted of an offence involving moral turpitude.

    10. Filling up of casual vacancy of members: - (1) Any casual vacancy in the membership of the Council by any reason shall be filled up by appointment by the Central Government within a period of three months from the date of arising such vacancy.

    (2) A member appointed to fill up a casual vacancy shall hold office for so long as the member, whose place he fills up, would have been entitled to hold office if the vacancy had not occurred.

    11. Change of address.- A member shall keep the Secretary informed of any change in his address and on failure to inform the change of his address, the address given in the first instance shall for all purposes be deemed to be his correct address.

    12. Procedure for meetings of the Council.- (1) Not less than one meeting of the Council shall be held in each financial year.

    (2) The Chairman may, at any time, convene a meeting of the Council :
    Provided that it shall be the duty of the Chairman to convene a meeting of the Council if a requisition for such meeting is presented to him in writing by at least eleven members:
    Provided further that it shall be competent for the Central Government to require the Chairman to convene a meeting at any time:
    Provided also that in cases of emergency, a special meeting may be summoned at any time by the Chairman who shall inform in advance the Central Government and members of the subject matter for discussion and the reasons for which he considers it urgent. No other business shall be transacted at such special meeting.
    (3) The Secretary shall, with the approval of the Chairman, or, in the absence of the Chairman, the Vice Chairman, fix the date, time and place of every meeting of the Council and issue notice of the meeting giving at least ten clear days’ notice.
    (4) The Secretary shall, with the approval of the Chairman, or in the absence of Chairman, the Vice-Chairman, prepare and circulate amongst the members, at least seven days before a meeting of the Council, a list of the business to be transacted at such meeting. No business, not included in the agenda shall be considered at a meeting of the Council, without permission of the Chairman of the meeting. If any member desires to suggest any subject for discussion by the Council, he shall give at least ten clear days’ notice.
    (5) The Chairman, or in his absence, the Vice-Chairman, shall preside over the meetings of the Council:
    Provided that where both the Chairman and Vice-Chairman are absent, the members present shall elect a member from among themselves to preside over the meeting.
    (6) One-third of the total number of members of the Council but not less than eleven members present shall form a quorum at a meeting of the Council.
    (7) In case of difference of opinion amongst the members of the Council present at a meeting, the opinion of the majority shall prevail. Each member of the Council shall have one vote. In case of any equality of votes, the Chairman, or the Vice-Chairman, or in the absence of both, the member presiding over such meeting shall have a second or a casting vote.
    (8) Any proposal, which the Council is required to consider, may be referred to all its members either at its meeting or by circulation among all its members and any proposal so circulated and approved by a majority of members shall be as effectual and binding as if such proposal had been passed at a meeting of the Council :
    Provided that at least one third of the total number of members of the Council have recorded their views on the proposal.
    (9) When business is transacted by circulation of papers, a record of business so transacted shall be signed by the Chairman or the Vice-Chairman of the Council.
    (10) A record shall be maintained of all business transacted by the Council. Copies of such record shall be submitted to the Central Government and circulated to the members for confirmation in the next meeting. The record of business transacted at a meeting of the Council shall be signed by the Chairman presiding over such meeting.

    13. Validity of the acts and proceedings. – No act or proceedings of the Council shall be invalid or questioned on the ground merely of any vacancy in, or any defect in the constitution of the Council.

    14. Powers of the Council: (1) Power of appointment. – Subject to the provisions of section 6 of the Act, the Council may create new posts and make appointments thereto as may be necessary for the efficient performance of its functions:

    Provided that no posts carrying the maximum salary beyond Rs.13,500 per mensem shall be created or filled without the previous approval of the Central Government.

    (1) Other Powers: (i) Subject to the provisions of rule 17, the Council may, by resolution, sanction any expenditure or enter into any contract involving expenditure from the Jute Fund in the discharge of its functions under the Act:

    Provided that the Council shall not sanction any expenditure or enter into any contract involving expenditure in excess of the budget allotments:

    Provided further that the Council shall not enter into any contract involving any expenditures in excess of twenty five lakhs of rupees, or extending over a period of five years, without the previous approval of the Central Government.

    (ii) The Council shall have power to write off all the losses arising out of normal wear and tear of assets (in lieu of depreciation) and in other individual cases, losses upto twenty five thousand rupees.

    (iii) The Council may incur expenditure outside India upto an amount, as may be permissible under the exchange control regulations or other relevant regulations, and guidelines of the Central Government on each individual item.

    15. Register of members- (1) The Secretary shall maintain a register in which the name and address of each member of the Council shall be entered.
    (2) The names and addresses of members of any of the Committees of the Council shall be kept in a separate register.
    (3) If a member of the Council or any of its committees changes his address, he shall notify his new address to the Secretary and the Secretary shall amend the relevant entry in the register accordingly.

    16. Annual budget estimates-

    (a) Preparation and submission. - The Council shall in each year prepare, in such manner as the Central Government may from time to time direct, budget estimates for the ensuing financial year and revised estimates for the current year and shall submit them for the approval of the Central Government on or before such dates as may be fixed by that Government. The budget as approved by the Central Government shall be the sanctioned budget for the year.
    (b) Re-appropriation- (i) If the Council finds in the course of the year that there is likely to be an excess of expenditure over the sanctioned budget estimate under any head, it shall examine the allotment under each head of the budget estimate with the object of finding probable savings under any other head and effecting a re-appropriation. Where such re-appropriation is feasible, it may sanction the re-appropriation subject to such conditions as may be laid down by the Central Government from time to time.

    (ii) The funds shall not be re-appropriated to meet expenditure on a new service not contemplated in the budget estimates except with the prior approval of the Central Government.

    17. Maintenance and operation of bank accounts and investment of funds of the Council-

    (1) All moneys received by the Council shall, as soon as possible, be deposited in the State Bank of India or such other nationalised banks as may be approved by the Council, and shall not be utilised for any purpose other than the purposes of the Act.
    (2) All payments by or on behalf of the Council shall be made by cheques except for amounts not exceeding ordinarily Rs. 5000/- and extraordinarily Rs.20,000/- under special sanction of the Secretary, which may be paid in cash.
    (3) Such cheques and all orders for making deposits or investments or for the withdrawal of the same shall be signed jointly by the Secretary and the chief accounts officer, or by any two officers authorised by the Council, in this behalf.
    (4) No payment shall be made out of the funds of the Council unless the expenditure is covered by the sanctioned budget.
    (5) All payments by the Council shall be made on bills or other documents duly prepared and passed by the Secretary or other officer authorised by the Council in this behalf. The paid vouchers shall be stamped “Paid” or so cancelled that they cannot be used a second time.
    (6) All funds not required for current expenditure may be placed in suitable term deposit with State Bank of India or other nationalised banks.

    18. Sending persons abroad- The Council shall not send any member of the Council or any of its officers or employees to places outside India without the previous sanction of the Central Government.


    (F.No.6/6/2000-Jute Export)
    (Sudhir Bhargava)
    Joint Secretary to the Govt. of India


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    Thumbs up Ministry of Textiles - Notifications -Extension of operation of residuary provisions of Garments and Knitwears Export Entitlement (Quota) Policies

    Extension of operation of residuary provisions of Garments and Knitwears Export Entitlement (Quota) Policies with effect from 1st January, 2008.

    TO BE PUBLISHED IN PART-I SECTION-I OF THE GAZETTE OF INDIA

    GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
    MINISTRY OF TEXTILES

    NOTIFICATION

    Udyog Bhavan, New Delhi
    Dated the 31st December, 2007

    Sub: Extension of operation of residuary provisions of Garments and Knitwears Export Entitlement (Quota) Policies with effect from 1st January, 2008.

    No. 1/61/2004-Exports-I (1) – Attention is invited to Notification No.1/61/2004-Exports-I dated 9th November, 2004, vide which the Government decided to enforce operation of the residuary provisions of Garments and Knitwears Export Entitlement (Quota) Policies initially for one year with effect from 1st January, 2005 and later on these provisions were extended upto 31st December, 2007.

    2. Now, the Government has decided to extend the operation of the residuary provisions of Garments and Knitwears Export Entitlement (Quota) Policies for a further period of one year with effect from 1st January, 2008.

    3. All other terms and conditions of the Notification dated 9th November, 2004 mentioned in Para 1 above will remain unchanged.

    (J.P.Dutt)
    Under Secretary to the Govt. of India

    To,
    The Manager,
    Government of India Press,
    Faridabad, Haryana

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    Extension of operation of residuary provisions of Yarn, Fabrics & Made-ups Export Entitlement (Quota) Policies with effect from 1st January, 2008.



    TO BE PUBLISHED IN PART-I SECTION-I OF THE GAZETTE OF INDIA

    GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
    MINISTRY OF TEXTILES

    NOTIFICATION



    Udyog Bhavan, New Delhi
    Dated the 31st Decembe
    r, 2007

    Sub: Extension of operation of residuary provisions of Yarn, Fabrics & Made-ups Export Entitlement (Quota) Policies with effect from 1st January, 2008.

    No. 1/61/2004-Exports-I (2)
    – Attention is invited to Notification No.1/61/2004-Exports-I dated 9th November, 2004, vide which the Government decided to enforce operation of the residuary provisions of Yarn, Fabrics & Made-ups Export Entitlement (Quota) Policies initially for one year with effect from 1st January, 2005 and later on these provisions were extended upto 31st December, 2007.

    2. Now, the Government has decided to extend the operation of the residuary provisions of Yarn, Fabrics & Made-ups Export Entitlement (Quota) Policies for a further period of one year with effect from 1st January, 2008.

    3. All other terms and conditions of the Notification dated 9th November, 2004 mentioned in Para 1 above will remain unchanged.

    (J.P.Dutt)
    Under Secretary to the Govt. of India
    To,
    The Manager,
    Government of India Press,
    Faribadab, Haryana

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    Thumbs up Ministry of Textiles - Notifications -Extension of operation of residuary provisions of Garments and Knitwears Export Entitlement (Quota) Policies

    TO BE PUBLISHED IN PART-I SECTION-I OF THE GAZETTE OF INDIA

    GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
    MINISTRY OF TEXTILES

    NOTIFICATION


    Udyog Bhavan, New Delhi
    Dated the
    12th January, 2010

    Sub:
    Extension of operation of residuary provisions of Garments and Knitwears Export Entitlement (Quota) Policies with effect from 1st January, 2010.

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    TO BE PUBLISHED IN PART-I SECTION-I OF THE GAZETTE OF INDIA

    GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
    MINISTRY OF TEXTILES

    NOTIFICATION


    Udyog Bhavan, New Delhi
    Dated the 12th, January 2010


    Sub:Extension of operation of residuary provisions of Yarn, Fabrics & Made-ups Export Entitlement (Quota) Policies with effect from 1st January, 2010.


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    TO BE PUBLISHED IN PART-I SECTION-I OF THE GAZETTE OF INDIA

    GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
    MINISTRY OF TEXTILES
    NOTIFICATION

    Udyog Bhavan, New Delhi
    20th October, 2010


    Sub : Extension of operation of residuary provisions of Garments and Knitwears Export Entitlement (Quota) Policies with effect from 1st January, 2011.

    No.1/61/2004-Exports-I (1) – The Government, vide Notification No.1/61/2004-Exports-I dated 9th November, 2004, decided to enforce operation of the residuary provisions of Garments and Knitwears Export Entitlement (Quota) Policy initially for one year with effect from 1st January, 2005, and extended from time to time. These provisions have since been extended upto 31st December, 2010.

    2. The Government hereby decides to extend the operation of the residuary provisions of Garments and Knitwears Export Entitlement (Quota) Policy for a further one year with effect from 1st January, 2011.

    3. All other terms and conditions of the Notification dated 9th November, 2004 mentioned in Para 1 shall remain unchanged.
    (J.P. Dutt)
    Under Secretary to the Govt. of India

    To,
    The Manager,
    Government of India Press,
    Faridabad, Haryana.

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