lr-i¤¬ ¤·ºi ºi·¤ ºii¬· ,iºi ¤¬ilºin

l”i-¬i, ·|º·iº z/ l¬n-«º, za·z,r ¬ilº··, ·ss«


lr-i¤¬ ¤·ºi ¬º¬iº

¬- ¤· ºi ¬niº l··iin

¬l·i¬¸¤·i

lºi-¬i÷z, zc l¬n-«º, za·z

¬ ª¤i ¬- (¤) ·÷z,zaas(¤-.··¬¤¸ .).÷÷lr-i¤¬ ¤·”i ¬| ºi·¤¤i¬ ¬| ¤r ºi¤ r l¬ ¬ l·i ¬
¬·¬¸l¤n l·¤i¬· - ¬¬”i¬ ¬iº ¬-¬iºi ¬ ¬·¤ ¤·n ¬| «i·n -¬·¸º| ¬| ·¤¸·in- ·ºi ¬i
a·÷as÷za·z ¬ l·-· ¤¬iº ¬ ¬”iil·in l¬¤i ¬i¤,

¬iº ·¤¸·n- -¬·¸º| ¬l·il·¤-, ·s«s ¬| ·iiºi s ¬ ¬i·i ¤l-n ·iiºi r ¬| ¬¤·iiºi (·) ¬ ªiº·
(¬) ¬ ¬¤«··ii ¬ ¬·¬iº, ¬l·i¬¸¤·i ¬ª¤i ¬-(¤) «÷s,zaac ¤-.··~¤¸ . ¤i- niº|ªi sa ¬n-n, za·z
,iºi ·¤¸ ·n- -¬ ·¸ º| ¬¬ir¬iº ¬l-ln nl-n ¬| n; ·i| ¬iº ¬·n ¬l-ln ¬| «-¬ niº|ªi a«÷as÷za·z
¬i r; ·i|,

¬n lr-i¤¬ ¤·”i ¬| ºi·¤¤i¬, ¬·n ¬l·il·¤- ¬| ·iiºi r ¬| ¬¤·iiºi z ,iºi ¤·--i “il·n¤i
¬i ¤¤i n ¬ºn r¤, ¬·n ¬l-ln ¬| l¬¤ilº”ii ¬ ¬·¬iº ¬¤ºi ·n ·lºin ¬·¬¸l¤n l·¤i¬· - ¬i¤ºn
¬-¬iºi ¬| ·¤¸·n- -¬·¸º| ¬i niº|ªi a·÷as÷za·z ¬ l·-· ¤¬iº ¬ ¬ ”iil·in ¬ºn| r÷÷

·ss÷ºi¬¤¤,za·z÷z/÷s÷za·z (sssr)


3986 ºi¬¤¤, lr-i¤¬ ¤·ºi, z/ l¬n-«º, za·z,r ¬ilº··, ·ss«
¬¬ºi¬ ¬-¬iºi ·ra ª¤¤ ¤lnl·· ¤i «raa ª·i¤ ¤ln-ir

·i-
·. ¬-i· ¬iº ;¬| ¤¬iº ¬ ¬i¤ ¬ l¬¤ ¤ª·i ¤i -lr¬i ¬iº ·¤-¬ ¤i ¬·¤-¬ ¬| ·¤¸·n-
-¬·¸º| - ¬i; lª··ni ·r| rin||

z. ¤l”i·i¬i ¬| -¬·¸º| l”i·i ¬l·il·¤-, ·sc· (·sc· ¬i rz) ¬ ¬·nnn l·l·¤l-n ¬|
¬i¤n||
s. ·iri l¬¬| ¬i¤ ¬i ·n -i¤i·¤in| ¬i¤ (¤|¬ ·¬) ¬ ¬i·iiº ¤º l¬¤i ¬ini ri, ·ri
-¬·¸º| ¬¬ ¤·n ¬ l¬¤ l·lrn ¬-¤ ·º ¬ ¬- ·r| rin||

«. lr-i¤¬ ¤·”i ¬ ¬·¬in|¤ ·i¤i - -¬·¸º| ¬| ·¤¸·n- ·ºi ¬ ¬lnlº·n ·i¤|¬ ¤ln”in
¬| «« inº| ·¤ rin||

¬¬ ºi¬ ¬| ¤lº·ii·ii l·-· ¤¬iº ¬ ri n| ÷÷

¬¬ ºi¬ ¬¬”i¬ ¬-¤iº| ·r ¬-¤iº| r ¬i ¤¬ ¬i¤ ¬ºni r l¬¬- ¬i-i·¤ ¬n·¤i ¬ ¬·¤i¬·
¬·n·l¬n r l¬¬- ¬- ¬·ª· ¤i ¬i; -·n·¤ l·ºi¤ ¤i ¤¸· ¬··i· ¬| «rn ¬i·º¤¬ni ·r| ¤· n|,
¤nl¤ ·¤·¬il¤¬ ¤lºl-·iln¤i ¬ ¤lºl¤n ri·i ¬i·º¤¬ rini r | ¬¬¬i ¬i¤ ”iiº|lº¬ ¤lº¬- (¤¤i¬)
¬ ¬¬i·i, ¬¬ l·l·i·· ·-n¬i ¤i -i¬ ¬ ·i| ¤lºl¤n ri ·i ¬¤ l·in r |

¬i·”i ,iºi,
r-ni·ilºn,÷
¬lnlº·n -ª¤ ¬l¤· (¬- ¤· ºi¬niº)|
÷÷÷÷÷÷÷÷

[Authentative English Text of this Department Notification No: Shram (A)1-2/2009(M.W.)
dated Shimla-2, as required under clause (3) of Article 348 of the Constitution of India].

LABOUR & EMPLOYMENT DEPARTMENT

NOTIFICATION

Shimla-2, the 26
th
September, 2012

No.Shram (A)1-2/2009(M.W.).—Whereas the Governor, Himachal Pradesh is of the
opinion that the minimum rates of wages in respect of unskilled category of workers in the
Scheduled employment of Agriculture may be revised with effect from 1-9-2012;

And Whereas as per provisions of clause (a) of sub-section (1) of section 5 read with section
9 of the Minimum Wages Act, 1948, a Minimum Wages Advisory Committee was constituted vide
Notification No:Shram(A)4-8/2006-MW-Part, dated; 30th August, 2012 and the meeting of the said
Committee was held on 4-09-2012;

Now therefore, in exercise of the powers conferred by clause (a) of sub-section (2) section 5
of the said Act, the Governor of Himachal Pradesh is pleased to revise the minimum wages of the
workers working in above mentioned Scheduled Employment w.e.f. 01-09-2012 as per
recommendations of the said Committee as under:—

Un-skilled workers Rs-150/- per day or Rs-4500/- per month.


3987 ºi¬¤¤, lr-i¤¬ ¤·ºi, z/ l¬n-«º, za·z,r ¬ilº··, ·ss«
NOTE :
There will be no distinction between the minimum wages of male or female and adult or
non-adult for the same and similar nature of work.

Wages of Apprentices shall be regulated under the Apprenticeship Act, 1961(No. 52 of
1961).

Where any class of work is performed on piece work basis, the wages shall not be less than
the time rate prescribed for that category.

25 % increase shall be applicable over and above the minimum wages in the Scheduled
Tribal Areas in Himachal Pradesh.

The definition of ‘unskilled’ will be as under:

Unskilled: An unskilled employee is one who does operations that involve the
performance of simple duties, which require the experience of little or no independent judgment or
previous experience although familiarity with the occupational environment is necessary. His work
may thus require in addition to physical exertion familiarity with variety of articles or goods.

By order,
Sd/-
Addl. Chief Secretory (Lab. & Emp.).
÷÷÷÷÷÷÷÷÷

¬- ¤· ºi ¬niº l··iin
l
¬l·i¬¸¤·i

lºi-¬i÷z, zc l¬n-«º, za·z

¬ ª¤i ¬- (¤) ·÷z,zaas(¤-.··¬¤¸ .).÷÷lr-i¤¬ ¤·”i ¬| ºi·¤¤i¬ ¬| ¤r ºi¤ r l¬ ¬· ¬
¬iº ·i·· l¬¤i l·-iºi, ¤-·iº l¤¬i;,¬lºi n,¤-·iº n· i· ¬ ¬·¬¸ l¤n l·¤i¬· ¬ ¬·nnn ¬¬ºi¬
¬iº ¬·¤ ·ni ¬ ¬i-niºi ¬| ·¤¸·n- ·l·¬ -¬·¸º| ¬| ·ºi ¬i a·÷as÷za·z ¬ ¬ ”iil·in l¬¤i ¬i¤,

¬iº ·¤¸·n- -¬·¸º| ¬l·il·¤-, ·s«s ¬| ·iiºi s ¬ ¬i·i ¤l-n ·iiºi r ¬| ¬¤·iiºi (·) ¬ ªiº·
(¬) ¬ ¬¤«··ii ¬ ¬·¬iº, ¬l·i¬¸¤·i ¬ª¤i ¬-(¤) «÷s,zaac ¤-.··~¤¸ . ¤i- niº|ªi sa ¬n-n, za·z
,iºi ·¤¸ ·n- -¬ ·¸ º| ¬¬ir¬iº ¬l-ln nl-n ¬| n; ·i| ¬iº ¬·n ¬l-ln ¬| «-¬ niº|ªi a«÷as÷za·z
¬i r; ·i|,

¬n lr-i¤¬ ¤·”i ¬| ºi·¤¤i¬, ¬·n ¬l·il·¤- ¬| ·iiºi r ¬| ¬¤·iiºi z ,iºi ¤·--i “il·n¤i
¬i ¤¤in ¬ºn r¤, ¬·n ¬l-ln ¬| l¬¤ilº”ii ¬ ¬·¬iº ¬¤ºi ·n ·lºin ¬·¬¸l¤n l·¤i¬ · - ¬i¤ ºn
¬-¬iºi ¬| ·¤¸·n- -¬·¸º| ¬i niº|ªi a·÷as÷za·z ¬ l·-· ¤¬iº ¬ ¬ ”iil·in ¬ºn| r÷÷

¬i-¬iºi ¬ ¤·n ¬ ”iil·in ·¤¸ ·n-
-¬·¸º| ·l·¬
-iil¬¬

· z s
¬¬ ºi¬ ¬- ¬iº ª ¤ ª ¤
l·i’in|,l¤-·| ·¬|·º,¤i¬|·iº,l·---¤ºº n·÷||,l¤-º
n¬l¬¤º r~¤º ¤iº ¤¬-«º ¤i÷·¬”ii¤,ºi¬ ¬l-n
·ra.aa «raa.aa



3988 ºi¬¤¤, lr-i¤¬ ¤·ºi, z/ l¬n-«º, za·z,r ¬ilº··, ·ss«
¬«º,--i· «¬º,--i· l¤-¬º,-·|¤º, l«--· ¬ l¬¤ -¤
-·,¤i;¤ ¬i;· -· ,;¬l·-¬¬ ¬¬| ,l¬·¤ilº-|÷ni·,
«¬·iº, ·¬|·º -·-º , ºi· ºi¬º · ¬¬º|- l-·¬º,
-¬·¸º ¬· ·ii¤,·i¤-· ,¤|¬· ·i¤-· , -| ·ii ¤ ,¤|¬·
·¬¬ ,¬i¤¬ -· , n|¬º,-¬ r~¤¬,·ii¤ r~¤º¬
(a ¬ r ·’i),ªi¬i¬| (a ¬ s ·’i),l«¬ l·--|·¤¸-º,-·¬º |
¬, ¬ ºi¬ ¬-¬iº ª ¤ ª ¤
¬iº¤·-º n·÷||, -¬· n·÷||, ¬|·º -· , «¬¬ l--·i
n·÷||,¬l·-º| l¤-º n·÷||,¤·-º,-~-º --,¬· ¬ ¬i
-¤÷-·,¬·÷-·,«·iiºi|,¬¤ri¬÷--º,l¤-º ¤-·· ·-,
·¬¬ l--·i («i- -·), ¬·÷-· , l·---¤ºº n·÷|| l¤-º
n·÷ ||,¤¬iº÷¤il¬ºiº,--i· ·¬¬, -i¬| ,«¬÷l¬¬º
, ·i;-÷·iºiº,-|--,·¬ºii¤-¬l·¬ n·÷||, -·º÷
n·÷||,¤i;¤ l¤-º n·÷||,l«¬ -i~·º,¬ri¤¬ l¤-º ,
¬ri¤¬ ¤i¤º -·,¬ri¤¬ ·¬·º,¬ri¤¬ -·º , ·-º|
¤i¬º,·¬¬, (¬lrn, ¬·ª·|),r-º -·,¬¬,
·~¬·i;¬ º,·i¬¬ -·,-·¬ -·,¤¬i¤ -i¬| ¬i¤º-º,
¤-···- (--iº ¬il¤¬) -¬l·¬¬ ¤-···-,-·¬ ¬«¬| -·,
-·¬÷-·,r~¤º (r «’i ¬iº ;¬¬ +¤º) ¬i¤¬÷·¬|·º,
·i·niºi|,- -,r·÷·i¤-·,¬ri¤¬÷¬·¬º,ªi¬i¬| (a ¬ s
·’i), --i·÷·¬¬ , ¤-¤÷¤-···- , ¬i-i ;¬l·-l”i¤·
n·÷|| , ni··º , ni¬÷º|·º,¬ri¤¬ ¬« ¤-···-,
¬i-i ;¬·-|lºi¤·, -i-º÷-- , ;·i··i¬º| ¤-···-,
-¬|¤i· ¤-···-, ¬i;-|¬i; ¤-iºi ¤¤ ·iiº¬ |
·cr.aa

«sra.aa
--i·÷«¬º , ºi¬ «¬º , --i·÷¬lº¤º ·÷·,z ¬ z
¤ ª·i ·÷·,«
ª¤¤ ··zs.«· ¤-
ª¤¤ ·zc«.rc ¤-
¬ºi¬ ¬i-niº ª ¤ ª ¤
¬iº¤·-º n·÷| ,-¬· n·÷| ,·¬¬ l--·i n·,¬l·-º|
l¤-º n·÷|,¬¤÷ri¬¬~-º n·÷|,¬ri¤¬ ¤-¤ ¬i¤º-º,
¤-¤ ¬i¤º-º , ¤-¤ ·i;·º,¤i¬-·÷n·÷||,¬¬ ¬i¤¸ ln,
l¤-º,¬iº¤·-º÷n· ÷|| ¤·|¤º,¬i-¤¬º ¬i¤º-º,
¬i-¤¬º ·i;·º,·¬| ¤i -¬º n·÷|,·¬| ¤i -¬º n·÷||
,¬”iº ·i;·º ,l¤-º n·÷||, ¬¬ ¬ilº¬ ¬i¤ ¬ l¬¤
--i·÷·¬º ,¤¬-«º n·÷||,¤i;¤ l¤-º n·÷·,¬i-i
·i;·º,¬ri¤¬ -¬l·¬,l-·¬º ·i;·º, l-·¬º÷¬i¤º-º,
¬ º¤i·i--¬ l¤-º n·÷||,·¬”ii¤ l¤-º,¬·º -º
¬i¤º-º,¬·º-º÷·i;·º,·¬i - ºii¤ l¤-º ,·|¬¬ ; ¬·
l¤-º,-i¬| ¬i;· l¤-º,¬l”in ·¬i- l¤-º,(·|) ·¬i -
l¤-º,¬¬ r-¤º l¤-º,;¬·-|¬¬ l¤-º,«·¤ l¤-º ,
“ii¤º ,¬i-i l¤-º,¤i;¤ ¬i;· l¤-º , lºl¤¬º-º ·¬i-
l¤-º,-·-º÷¬i¤º-º, ºii¤- -i;·º,¬i¤ lº n ¬i¤º-º,
·i¬º ¬i¤º-º,ºi¬¬· ¬i¤º-º ,¬¬¤º÷¬i¤º-º ,¬i·º
¬i¤º-º, ¬·÷¬i¤º-º,¤¬l¬·÷¬i¤º-º , «n· l·¬º
¬i¤º-º, «ilº n÷¬i¤º-º,¤¬¤¬·| ¬· ¬i¤º-º,(«|)
·¬i-÷¬i¤º-º, ¬i;¬ ·¬i- ¬i¤º -º ¤i «~·º,n¬ ¬-º,
-·º,·¬¬ l--·i,l-· l--·i,-·ºi· «-º| ¤i¬º,¬i;·-·
(¬i;¬·¬ ¬lrn),¬ri¤¬ ¬i;·-· (¬i;¬¬ ¬lrn),
-¬|¤i· ¬i¤º-º,ªi¬i¬|,¬-i·iº,«i;··º,·¬iª-º
·ss.ss

rccs.aa


3989 ºi¬¤¤, lr-i¤¬ ¤·ºi, z/ l¬n-«º, za·z,r ¬ilº··, ·ss«
l·¬º,l«·¤ l¤-º n¬i¬-º,l·¬º,¬-¤i¬··º (¬·lrn),
¤·-º,l-¬º,·¬i;-«º,-i~·º,¬·º º¬i¬l-¬,¬-º,
¬«¬ ¬·i;·-º,¤iº-· n·÷··,ªi¬i¬| (s ·’i ¤i ¬
+¤º),-¬º ¬i¤º-º,;¤-;,·i;·º,¬-¤ ºiº,
¬i¬i÷¬i¤º-º ,ºi¬º ºii·¬ ¬i¤º-º,-·i ¬-º ¬i¤º-º,
n¬¬· -i;¤· ¬i¤ ¬ l¬¤ -¬·,ri¬ l·¬º,·¬÷l--¤|,
-i-º÷--,-·-º ·i;·º,-¬|¤i· -¬l·¬,·|¬|¬-
¬i¤º-º,·i¤º¬¬ ¬i¤º-º , ·¬”ii¤ ¤iº -· n·÷||
¬··i ¬ºi¬ -¬·¸º ª ¤ ª ¤
¬ ·¬ ¤·|¤º ¬ l¬¤ ¬iº¤ ·-º,·¬ºii¤ -¬l·¬
n·÷|,¤i¬ -· n·÷|,·¬ ºii¤ ¤iº-· n·÷|,-·º
n·÷|,-¬l·¬ ¬i¬ ºi¬··º ¬i¤º-º,-¬·,l--¤| ¬iº
¬iº¤·-º l--¤|,;¬¬-|lºi¤·,¬ º¤·i--¬ l¤-º n·÷|,
¬·¤º,·i¤-¬-· (l¬l·¬),(-¬l·¬¬),¬ri¤¬ ¤iº-·,
-¬l·--,¬-¤i¬··º (¬lrn),ºi· ºi¬º,·i;·º,«¬·i¬º
·i;·º,·i¤-¬-·,·i¤º-·,¬i-i ;¬¬-|lºi¤·
;¬·-|lºi¤·,¬l-¬¬ ¤·i¬i;¬º
z«z.zz /zc/.aa

l¬l¤¬ ¬iº nº n¬·|¬| ¤¤· ·iºi --i¤
l«--· -i¤º ;·¬¤·-º,ºi· ;·¬¤·-º,·¬ ;·¬¤·-º,
--iº÷¬|¤º,--iº÷-·”i|, ¬¤º·i;¬º, -|-º÷º|·º, ¬ ¬º
«l¬ n ·¬¬,l«¬÷·¬¬,;º|nºi· «l¬ n ·¬¬,¤-·iº|,
¬-¤¬ - ¤-···-,¤ºi÷l¤ -º,·i;·º (¬|¤,¬iº,-·-º),
·¬¬ ,-¬l·¬¬ ; ¬¤·-º,¬ri¤¬ --i º ¬|¤º,
¬ªii÷l¬l¤¬ ,--·ini¤º |
·ss.ss rccs.aa


·i-
·. ¬-i· ¬iº ;¬| ¤¬iº ¬ ¬i¤ ¬ l¬¤ ¤ª·i ¤i -lr¬i ¬iº ·¤-¬ ¤i ¬·¤-¬ ¬| ·¤¸ ·n-
-¬·¸º| - ¬i; lª··ni ·r| rin||

z. ¤l”i·i¬i ¬| -¬·¸º| lºi·i ¬l·il·¤-, ·sc· (·sc· ¬i rz) ¬ ¬·nnn l·l·¤l-n ¬|
¬i¤n| |

s. ·iri l¬¬| ¬i¤ ¬i ·n -i¤i·¤in| ¬i¤ ¬ ¬i·iiº ¤º l¬¤i ¬ini ri, ·ri l·lºi·- ¤·n
¬ l¬¤ l·lrn ¬-¤ ·º ¬¬ ¤·n rn ¤·i· ¬| ¬i¤n| |

«. ¤l· ¬·¬¸l¤n l·¤i¬· - l·¤il¬n ¬-¬iºi ¬ l¬¬| ¤·n ¬ l·l·l·’- ª·i ¬ ·lºin
·r| l¬¤i n¤i r ni ¬-¬iºi ¬ ¤¬ ¤·n ¬ l¬¤ ¬i ¬¬| ¤ ¬iº ¬| ¬”i¬ni ºªin ri ,
¬-ª·i ¤·n ¬ l¬¤ l··iilºn ·¤¸ ·n- -¬ ·¸ º| ·º ¬ ¬- -¬·¸º| ¬·Ÿi ·r| ¬| ¬i¤n||

r. ¬ºni ¬ ¬··º ¬i¤ºn ¬i- ¬iºi ¬i -¬·¸º| ¬| ·¤¸·n- ·º ¬ za («|¬) ¤ln”in ¬|
¬l·i¬ ««inº| ¬·nin ¬| ¬i¤n||

c. nº ¬·¬in|¤ ·i¤i - ¬·l-·in l·-iºii·i|· ri;·i ;¬l·-¬ ¬¬ l·nn ¤lº¤i¬·i¬i -
¬i¤ºn ¬- ¬iºi ¬ l·l·i·· ¤·ni - -¬·¸º| ¬| ·¤¸ ·n- ·º ¬ ¤·i|¬ ¤ln”in ¬| ¬l·i¬
««inº| ¬in¸ rin||

/. lr-i¤¬ ¤·”i ¬ ¬· ¬¸l¤n ¬·¬in|¤ ·i ¤i - ·¤¸ ·n- -¬·¸ º| zr (¤¤|¬) ¬ ¬l·i¬ ¬|
««inº| ¬in¸ rin| | ¬·¬¸l¤n ¬·¬in|¤ ·i¤i - l·-iºii·i|· ri;·i ;¬l·-¬
¤lº¤i¬·i¬i - ¬i¤ºn ¬-¬iºi ¬| ·”ii - ·a (·¬) ¤ln”in ¬| «« inº| ¬in¸ rin||


3990 ºi¬¤¤, lr-i¤¬ ¤·ºi, z/ l¬n-«º, za·z,r ¬ilº··, ·ss«
¬¬ ºi¬,¬, ÷¬ ºi¬,¬ ºi¬,¬·¤÷¬ ºi¬ ¬| ¤lº·ii·ii l·-· ¤¬iº ¬ rin| ÷÷

(i) ¬¬ ºi¬ ¬¬ºi¬ ¬-¤iº| ·r ¬-¤iº| r ¬i ¤¬ ¬i¤ ¬ºni r l¬¬- ¬i-i·¤ ¬n·¤i ¬
¬·¤i¬· ¬·n·l¬n r l¬¬- ¬- ¬·ª· ¤i ¬i ; -·n·¤ l·ºi ¤ ¤i ¤¸· ¬··i· ¬| «r n
¬i·º¤¬ni ·r| ¤· n|, ¤nl¤ ·¤·¬il¤¬ ¤lºl-·iln¤i ¬ ¤lºl¤n ri ·i ¬i·º¤¬ r | ¬¬
¬ ¬i¤ ºiiº|lº¬ ¤lº¬- (¤¤i¬) ¬ ¬¬i·i, ¬¬ l·l·i·· ·-n¬i ¤i -i¬ ¬ ·i| ¤lºl¤n
ri ·i ¬¤ l·in r |

(ii) ¬, ÷¬ ºi¬ ¬,÷¬ ºi¬ ¬- ¬iº ·r ¬- ¬iº r ¬i ¬i-i·¤n ºi¬-ºi ¬i l·lº¤n -·ª¤
¬i ¬i- ¬ºni ri l¬¬- l¬ ¬¬¬ l·ºi¤ «l, ¬ºi¬ni ¬| ¬¤·ii · ¬l¤n l··r· ¬
¬i¤ ¬ l¬¤ ¬iº ¬ri -r-·¤¸ºi l·ºi ¤ ¬·¤ ,iºi l¬¤i ¬ini ri l¬·n ¬¬ ¬-··l’in
¬n·¤i ¬ ¤i ¬-«l··in si - ;¬ ¤¬iº ¬¬¬i ¬i¤ ·i¤ ¬|l-n ºi¬-ºi ¬ ¬i¤i ¬ ¬º·
n¬ r| ¬|l-n rini |

(iii) ¬ ºi¬ ¬ºi¬ ¬-¤iº| ·r ¬-¤iº| r ¬i l·¤iººi|¤ -·n·¤ l·ºi¤i ¬i ¤¤i n ··ini¤¸ºi
¬i¤ ¬º· - ¬·i- ri ¬iº ¬¤· ¬n·¤i ¬i l¬-- ·iº| ¬ ¤i¬· ¬º ¬¬ | ·r ·¤·¬i¤,
lºi~¤ ¤i ¬nin l¬¬-, ·r l·¤il¬n l¬¤i n¤i ri, ¬i ¤¸ºi ¤· l·-nn ni· ºªini ri |

(iv) ¬·¤÷¬ ºi¬ ¬·¤÷¬ºi¬ ¬- ¬iº ·r ¬- ¬iº r ¬i ¬i¤ ¬i ··ini¤¸ºi ¬º· - ¬·i- ri
¬iº ¬i ¬ºi¬ ¬-¤ilº¤i ¬ ¬i¤ ¬i ··ini¤¸ºi ¤¤ ··iºi ¬º ¬¬ |

¬i·”i ,iºi,
r-ni·ilºn,÷
¬lnlº·n -ª¤ ¬l¤· (¬- ¤· ºi¬niº)|
___________

[Authentative English Text of this Department Notification No: Shram (A)1-2/2009(M.W.)
dated Shimla-2, as required under clause (3) of Article 348 of the Constitution of India].

LABOUR & EMPLOYMENT DEPARTMENT
NOTIFICATION
NOTIFICATION

Shimla-2, the 26
th
September, 2012

No.Shram (A)1-2/2009(M.W.).—Whereas the Governor, Himachal Pradesh is of the
opinion that the minimum rates of wages in the Scheduled employment of Construction or
Maintenance of Roads or Building Operations, Stone Breaking and Stone Crushing may be revised
in respect of un-skilled and other categories of workers with effect from 01-09-2012;

And whereas as per provisions of clause (a) of sub-section (1) of section 5 read with section
9 of the Minimum Wages Act, 1948, a Minimum Wages Advisory Committee was constituted vide
Notification No:Shram(A)4-8/2006-MW-Part, dated: 30th August, 2012 and the meeting of the said
Committee was held on 4-09-2012;

Now therefore, in exercise of the powers conferred by sub-section (2) of section 5 the said
Act, the Governor of Himachal Pradesh is pleased to revise the minimum wages of the workers
working in above mentioned Scheduled Employment w.e.f. 01-09-2012 as per recommendations of
the said Committee as under:—


3991 ºi¬¤¤, lr-i¤¬ ¤·ºi, z/ l¬n-«º, za·z,r ¬ilº··, ·ss«
Category of Workers Revised Wages
Daily Monthly
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UN-SKILLED WORKERS Rupees Rupees
Bhisthi/Chimini Cleaner/ Chowkidar/Distemperer Grade-
II/Glazier/Helper for Plumber or Workshop/Rock Cutting
Labour/Stone Breaker/Stone Chiseler/Sweeper/Spray man
for Bitumen/Pipelinemen /Electrical Coolie/Security
Guard/Beldar /Cleaner-Tractor & Road Roller & concrete
mixer/Majdoor /Survey Boy/ Watchmen/ Tea
boy/Peon/Dresser/Oilmen/Greaser/Messhelpers/Boy Helper
(0 to 5 years)/ Khalasi (0 to 3 years)/Bill Distributors/
Mucker
150 4500 .00

SEMI-SKILLED WORKER: Rupees Rupees
Carpenter Grade-II/Mason Grade-II/Sewer Man/Black
Smith Grade-II/Sanitary Fitter Grade-II/Painter/Melter
Mate/Sprayman Roads/Craneman/Badhani/Upholster/
FitterAttendant/Black Smith (Boatman)/Caneman/
Distempterer Grade-I/Fitter Grade-II/ Flour Polisher/Stone
Dresser / Mali/ Well Sinker/ White Washer/ Work Shop
Mechanic Grade-II/Turner Grade-II/Pipe Fitter Grade-
II/Brick Moulder/Assistant Fitter/ Assistant Fireman/
Assistant Welder/ Assistant turner/ battery Charger/
Dresser/(Qualified /Experienced)/Hammer Man/Cook/
Vulcaniser/ Nozzle Man/ Tunnel Man/ Alloy Trolley
Operator/ Attendant (Store Office) Mechanical Attendant/
Tunnel Jublliman/ Tunnel Man / Helper (5 years and
above) Oil Cleaner/Navgani/ Mate/HeadWatchman/
Assistant Leveler/Khalasi (3 to 8 years)/stone Dresser/
Pump Attendant/Auto Electrician Grade-II/ Gardner/ Gauge
reader/ Asstt. Lab Attendant/ Enquiry Attendant/Telephone
Attendant.
165.00 4950.00

Stone Breaker/Rock carrier Breaker/Stone
Carrier 1½ inch to 2 inch Rs.1128.41Cft
1 to 1¼ inch Rs.1264.56Cft
SKILLED WORKERS : Rupees Rupees
Carpenter Grade-I/ Mason Grade-I/Black Smith / Sanitary
Fitter Grade-I/ Upholster Grade-I/Astt. Pump Operator/
Pump Operator/ Pump Driver/ Chargeman Grade-II/Water
Supply Fitter / Carpenter Grade-II/ Compressor Operator/
Compressor Driver/ Darji or Tailor Grade-I/ Darji or Tailor
Grade-II/Crasher Driver/ Stone Dresser for ornamental
work/ Plumber Grade-I/ Pipe Fitter Grade-I/Auto Driver/
Asstt. Mechanic/ Mixer Driver/ Mixer Operator/ Structural
Fitter Grade-II/ Workshop Fitter / Generator Operator/
Generator Driver/ Plant Shop Fitter/ diesel Engine Fitter/
Trolley Line Fitter / Crushing Plant Fitter/ B. Plant Fitter/
Jack Hammer Fitter/ Electrical fitter/ Bunch Fitter/ Shaper/
Auto Fitter/ Pipe Line Fitter/ refrigerator Plant Fitter/
Tractor Operator/Shaft Minor/ Kochring Operator/Dozer
Operator/ Roclain Operator/ Scrapper Operator/ Loader
188.98

5669.00


3992 ºi¬¤¤, lr-i¤¬ ¤·ºi, z/ l¬n-«º, za·z,r ¬ilº··, ·ss«
operator/ Crane Operator/ Eucild operator/ Wagon Drill
Operator/ Boaring Operator/ SLD crane Operator/ B Plant
Operator/ Ice Plant Operator or Welder/ Gas Cutter/ turner/
Black Smith/ Tin Smith/ Traction Battery Charger/ Line
Man/) Telephone Operator/ Khalssi / Jamadar/ Winder/
Blaster Driller/ Winch Fitter / Compounder/Painter /Miller /
Climber/ Moulder/ Levellers/ Saw Mill Cutter/Cable
Joiner/Foreman Grade-II/Khalasi (8 years to above) /Tracer
Operator E.M.E./Driver/Compressor/Rocker Showel
Operator/Snow Cutter Operator /Loco Operator/Driller
Mason for Glazed Type work/Work Mistry/Motor Mate /
Tractor Driver/Telephone mechanic/D.G. Set Operator/
Wireless Operator/Workshop Forman Grade-II.
HIGHLY SKILLED Rupees Rupees
Carpenter for furniture only/Workshop Mechanic Grade- 242.22 7267.0
I/ChargemanGrade-I/Workshop Foreman Grade-I/
TurnerGrade-I/Mechanic All Round Operator/ Mason/
Mistry and Carpenter Mistry/Structural Fitter Grade-
I/Surveyor/Draftsman / Assistant Foreman/Machinist/
Compounder (Qualified) Road Roller Driver/Bulldozer
Driver/ Wireman/ Auto Electrician/Electrician/ Chemical
Analyser. Clerical and non Technical Supervisory Staff
Rupees Rupees Bituman Tyre Inspector/Road
Inspector/Work Inspector/Store Keeper/ Store Munshi/
Supervisor/Meter Reader/Ledger Booking Clerk/ Bill
Clerk/ Irrigation Booking Clerk/Patwari/ Complaint
Attendant/ Ferro Printer/ Driver (Jeep/Car/Tractor) Clerk/
Mechanic Inspector / Assistant Store Keeper/Accounts
Clerk/Stenographer.
188.98 5669.00


NOTE :

1. There will be no distinction between the minimum wages of male or female and
adult or non-adult for the same and similar nature of work.

2. Wages of Apprentices shall be regulated under the Apprenticeship Act, 1961(No. 52
of 1961)

3. Where any class of work is performed on piece work basis, the wages shall not be
less than the time rate prescribed for that category.

4. If any category of workers employed in the scheduled employment is not mentioned
specifically, such category of workers shall not be paid less than the minimum rates
of wages fixed for the similar category having the same skill.

5. 20% increase will be admissible over and above the minimum rates of wages to the
workers working inside the tunnels.

6. 25 % increase shall be applicable over and above the minimum rates of wages in
different categories of workers working in ‘Under Construction Hydro-Electric
Power Projects’ located in Non-Tribal Areas.


3993 ºi¬¤¤, lr-i¤¬ ¤·ºi, z/ l¬n-«º, za·z,r ¬ilº··, ·ss«
7. 25% increase shall be applicable over and above the minimum wages in the
Scheduled Tribal Areas in Himachal Pradesh. In case of workers working in the
Under Construction Hydro- Electric Power Projects’ in Tribal Areas an additional
10% increase shall be applicable.

The definition of unskilled/semiskilled/skilled/highly skilled will be as under:—

(i) Unskilled:- An unskilled employee is one who does operations that involve the
performance of simple duties, which require the experience of little or no independent judgment or
previous experience although familiarity with the occupational environment is necessary. His work
may thus require in addition to physical exertion familiarity with variety of articles or goods.

(ii) Semi-skilled:- A semiskilled worker is one who does work generally of defined
routine nature wherein the major requirement is not so much of the judgment, skill and but for
proper discharge of duties assigned to him or relatively narrow job and where important decisions
made by others. His work is thus limited to the performance of routine operations of limited scope.

(iii) Skilled:- A skilled employee is one who is capable of working efficiently of
exercising considerable independent judgment and of discharging his duties with responsibility. He
must posses a thorough and comprehensive knowledge of the trade, craft or industry in which he is
employed.

(iv) Highly Skilled:- A highly skilled worker is one who is capable of working
efficiently and supervises efficiently the work of skilled employees.

By order,
Sd/-
Addl. Chief Secretary (Lab & Emp.).

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___________

[Authentative English Text of this Department Notification No: Shram (A)1-2/2009(M.W.)
dated Shimla-2, as required under clause (3) of Article 348 of the Constitution of India].

LABOUR & EMPLOYMENT DEPARTMENT

Shimla-2, the 26
th
September, 2012


No.Shram (A)1-2/2009(M.W.).—Whereas the Governor, Himachal Pradesh is of the
opinion that the minimum rates of wages in the Scheduled employment of “Public Motor
Transport” may be revised in respect of un-skilled and other categories of workers with effect from
01-09-2012;


And Whereas as per provisions of clause (a) of sub-section (1) of section 5 read with section
9 of the Minimum Wages Act, 1948, a Minimum Wages Advisory Committee was constituted vide
Notification No:Shram(A)4-8/2006-MW-Part, dated; 30th August, 2012 and the meeting of the said
Committee was held on 4.09.2012;


Now therefore, in exercise of the powers conferred by sub-section (2) of section 5 the said
Act, the Governor of Himachal Pradesh is pleased to revise the minimum wages of the workers
working in above mentioned Scheduled Employment w.e.f. 01-09-2012 as per recommendations of
the said Committee as under:—


3997 ºi¬¤¤, lr-i¤¬ ¤·ºi, z/ l¬n-«º, za·z,r ¬ilº··, ·ss«
General Staff Unskilled Rs. 150 /- per day, Rs. 4500 /- per month

(a) Peon, Chowkidar, Store Helper, Sweeper, porter, Daftri
(b) Workshop Staff (Unskilled)

Workshop Mazdoor without having any experience
Rs. 150 /- per day, Rs. 4500 /- per month

Semi skilled Rs. 158.98- per day, Rs. 4769/- per month

1. Asstt. Electrician
2. Asstt. Mechanic
3. Asstt. Fitter
4. Asstt. Black Smith
5. Asstt. Carpenter
6. Asstt. Welder
7. Asstt. Turner
8. Asstt. Boaring Barman
9. Asstt. Machinist
10. Asstt. Cushion Maker
11. Asstt. Volcanisor
12. Asst. Painter
13. Asstt. Upholster
14. Asstt. Tyreman
15. Asstt.Sprayman
16. Asstt. Electrician Mechanic
17. Asstt. Retrader
18. Workshop Mazdoor having ITI Certificae or having 2 years of probation period who has no
ITI Diploma.
19. Assistant Molders.

SKILLED
Machanic, Fitter, Blacksmith, Carpenter, Welder, Boring Rs. 182.23 per day
wireman, Machanist, Cusion Maker, Tinsmith, Volcanizer, or Rs.5467.00 per
Painter, Upholster, Tyreman, Spray Painter, Electrician month
Machanic, Retreader, Moulder, Turner.Workshop Mazdoor
having ITI certificate or having 2 years of probation period
who has no ITI Diploma. The ITI certificate holder who are
working in the same trade.


HIGHLY SKILLED WORKSHOP STAFF
Head Mechanic Carborator, Head Electrician, Garrage Supervisor Rs. 212.22 per day
or Rs. 6367.00 per
month.

GENERAL STAFF (CLERICAL) ETC.
1 Group-A
Out Agent, Out Agency Clerk, Typist, Steno typist, Rs. 182.23 per day
Store-day book Writer, Clerk, Assistant Cashier, or Rs. 5467.00 per
Booking Clerk (Restorer), Ledger Keeper, Petrol Pump month.
Attendant.


3998 ºi¬¤¤, lr-i¤¬ ¤·ºi, z/ l¬n-«º, za·z,r ¬ilº··, ·ss«
2 Group-B
Chief Inspector, Receptionist, Inspector, Checker, Rs.196.35 per day
Stenographer A Grade, Station Supervisor, Assistant or Rs. 5891.00 per
Store-Keeper A Grade, Accountant, Cashier, Tyre month,
Inspector.

3 Group-C
Head Assistant, Head Clerk, Auditor, Head Cashier. Rs. 248.17 per day
or Rs.7445.00 per
month.

RUNNING STAFF Per Day Per month

1. Driver Rs. 215.41
Rs. 6462.00

2. Conductor Rs. 188.48.
Rs. 5654.00

3. Cleaner-cum-Conductor Rs. 170.41
Rs. 5112.00

4. Part-Time Booking Clerk Rs. 56.23
Rs. 1687.00

NOTE :

1. There will be no distinction between the minimum wages of male or female and
adult or non-adult for the same and similar nature of work.

2. Wages of Apprentices shall be regulated under the Apprenticeship Act, 1961 (No.
52 of 1961).

3. Where any class of work is performed on piece work basis, the wages shall not be
less than the time rate prescribed for that category.

4. If any category of workers employed in the scheduled employment is not mentioned
specifically, such category of workers shall not be paid less than the minimum rates
of wages fixed for the similar category having the same skill.

5. 20% increase will be admissible over and above the minimum rates of wages to the
workers working inside the tunnels.

6. 25 % increase shall be applicable over and above the minimum rates of wages in
different categories of workers working in ‘Under Construction Hydro- Electric
Power Projects’ located in Non- Tribal Areas.

7. 25% increase shall be applicable over and above the minimum wages in the
Scheduled Tribal Areas in Himachal Pradesh. In case of workers working in the
Under Construction Hydro-Electric Power Projects’ in Tribal Areas an additional
10% increase shall be applicable.


3999 ºi¬¤¤, lr-i¤¬ ¤·ºi, z/ l¬n-«º, za·z,r ¬ilº··, ·ss«
The definition of unskilled/semiskilled/skilled/highly skilled will be as under:—

(i) Unskilled:- An unskilled employee is one who does operations that involve the
performance of simple duties, which require the experience of little or no independent judgment or
previous experience although familiarity with the occupational environment is necessary. His work
may thus require in addition to physical exertion familiarity with variety of articles or goods.

(ii) Semi-skilled:- A semiskilled worker is one who does work generally of defined
routine nature wherein the major requirement is not so much of the judgment, skill and but for
proper discharge of duties assigned to him or relatively narrow job and where important decisions
made by others. His work is thus limited to the performance of routine operations of limited scope.

(iii) Skilled:- A skilled employee is one who is capable of working efficiently of
exercising considerable independent judgment and of discharging his duties with responsibility. He
must posses a thorough and comprehensive knowledge of the trade, craft or industry in which he is
employed.

(iv) Highly Skilled:- A highly skilled worker is one who is capable of working
efficiently and supervise efficiently the work of skilled employees.

By order,
Sd/-
Addl. Chief Secretary (Lab. & Emp.).
__________

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[Authentative English Text of this Department Notification No: Shram (A)1-2/2009(M.W.)
dated Shimla-2, as required under clause (3) of Article 348 of the Constitution of India].

LABOUR & EMPLOYMENT DEPARTMENT

NOTIFICATION

Shimla-2, 26
th
September, 2012

No. Shram (A)1-2/2009(M.W.).—Whereas the Governor, Himachal Pradesh is of the
opinion that the minimum rates of wages in the Scheduled employment of Shops and Commercial


4002 ºi¬¤¤, lr-i¤¬ ¤·ºi, z/ l¬n-«º, za·z,r ¬ilº··, ·ss«
Establishments may be revised in respect of un-skilled and other categories of workers with effect
from 01.09.2012;

And Whereas as per provisions of clause (a) of sub-section (1) of section 5 read with section
9 of the Minimum Wages Act, 1948, a Minimum Wages Advisory Committee was constituted vide
Notification No:Shram(A)4-8/2006-MW-Part, dated; 30th August, 2012 and the meeting of the said
Committee was held on 4.09.2012;

Now therefore, in exercise of the powers conferred by sub-section (2) of section 5 the said
Act, the Governor of Himachal Pradesh is pleased to revise the minimum wages of the workers
working in above mentioned Scheduled Employment w.e.f. 01.09.2012 as per recommendations of
the said Committee as under:—

Category of employees Where no benefit is
provided

Where food, tea &
Combined
accommodation
provided

Un skilled Rupees Rupees
Helper/Shop Assistant/ Pelledar/ Chowkidar/Peon/
Sweeper/ Masalchi/ Gateman/Waterman/ Cleaner/
Packer/ Mazdoor/Lander/ Unlander/ Messanger/
Clock Room Attendant/ Porter/ Bhishit/
Beldar/Fireman/ Pandi/ Posterman/ any other worker
doing un skilled job.

Rs.150 /-Daily
Rs.4500 /- Monthly

Rs 127.48/-Daily
Rs.3824/-Monthly

Semi-Skilled Rupees Rupees

Head porter, Pantryman/Coffee-Teamaker/
Chapatiman/ Assistant Baker/Gate Keeper (Cinema)
/ Asst. Lineman / Assistant Operator/ Binder
Assistant/ Bill Collector /Convesser / Cook/Assistant
Halwai/Book Binder/ Sticher/ Rulling-
cutting/Auctioners /Mali/ Sewerman/ Hotel Guide/
Assistant Mistry/ Assistant Fitter/ Assistant Turner/
AssistantWelder/ Assistant Electrician/
AssistantSalesman/ Assistant Barbar/ Dhobi,
Pressman/Boilerman/ Film Rewinder/ Waiter/Bearer/
Assistant Radio Machanic/Painter/
WhiteWasher/Pakora and Chanamaker/Clerk (Non-
matric), Assistant Store Keeper/ Distributor and
Assistant Machine man. Enquiry Attendent/
Telephone Attendent, ITI Certificate Holder.

163.73 Daily
4912.00 Monthly

140.41 Daily
4212.00 Monthly.


Skilled: Rupees Rupees
Blacksmith/Tinsmith/Watchmaker/Radio Machenic/
Carpenter/Plumber/Driver/Assistant Tailor/Cutter
(Tailoring)/Generalmechanic/Halwai/Cook/
Confectioner/Baker/ Steward/ Butler/
Fitter/Draughtsman/TelephoneOperator/Compounder
/ Goldsmith./ Shoe Maker /Shawl-CarpetWeaving/
188.98 Daily
5669.00 P.M.

166.22 Daily
4987.00 P.M



4003 ºi¬¤¤, lr-i¤¬ ¤·ºi, z/ l¬n-«º, za·z,r ¬ilº··, ·ss«
Compositor/ Cinema Operator/Salesmen/Drycleaner/
Dyer/Barber/Regularmachineman/machinist/Welder/
Moulder/ Cashier/ Clerk/ (Matric)/ Munim/
receptionist/Waiter/Bearer/ Storekeeper/ headwaiter
/Head bearer (Western Style Hotels)/Lineman.ITI
certificate holder who are working in the same trade.

Highly Skilled Rupees Rupees
Store Keeper/ Clerks (Graduates) Accountant /Head
Cashier/ Head Cook/ Head Butler/Head Baker/ Head
Confectioner/Head mechanic/ Electrician/ Foremen/
Supervisor./ Tailor/Cutter (Tailoring)

200.41 P.D
6012.00.P.M

178.60 P.D
5358.00 P.M



NOTE.—

1. There will be no distinction between the minimum wages of male or female and
adult or non-adult for the same and similar nature of work.

2. Wages of Apprentices shall be regulated under the Apprenticeship Act, 1961(No. 52
of 1961).

3. Where any class of work is performed on piece work basis, the wages shall not be
less than the time rate prescribed for that category.

4. If any category of workers employed in the scheduled employment is not mentioned
specifically, such category of workers shall not be paid less than the minimum rates
of wages fixed for the similar category having the same skill.

5. 25 % increase shall be applicable over and above the minimum of wages in Tribal
Areas in Himachal Pradesh. The definition of unskilled/semiskilled/skilled/highly
skilled will be as under:-

(i) Unskilled: - An unskilled employee is one who does operations that involve the
performance of simple duties, which require the experience of little or no
independent judgment or previous experience although familiarity with the
occupational environment is necessary. His work may thus require in addition to
physical exertion familiarity with variety of articles or goods.


(ii) Semi-skilled: -A semiskilled worker is one who does work generally of defined
routine nature wherein the major requirement is not so much of the judgment, skill
and but for proper discharge of duties assigned to him or relatively narrow job and
where important decisions made by others. His work is thus limited to the
performance of routine operations of limited scope.

(iii) Skilled: - A skilled employee is one who is capable of working efficiently of
exercising considerable independent judgment and of discharging his duties with
responsibility. He must posses a thorough and comprehensive knowledge of the
trade, craft or industry in which he is employed.


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(iv) Highly Skilled: - A highly skilled worker is one who is capable of working
efficiently and supervises efficiently the work of skilled employees.

By order,
Sd/-
Addl. Chief Secretary (Lab & Emp).
_________

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[Authentative English Text of this Department Notification No: Shram (A)1-2/2009(M.W.)
dated Shimla-2, as required under clause (3) of Article 348 of the Constitution of India].

LABOUR & EMPLOYMENT DEPARTMENT

NOTIFICATION

Shimla-2, 26
th
September, 2012

No. Shram (A)1-2/2009(M.W.).—Whereas the Governor, Himachal Pradesh is of the
opinion that the minimum rates of wages in the Scheduled employment of Forestry Industries may
be revised in respect of un-skilled and other categories of workers with effect from 01.09.2012;

And whereas as per provisions of clause (a) of sub-section (1) of section 5 read with section
9 of the Minimum Wages Act, 1948, a Minimum Wages Advisory Committee was constituted vide
Notification No. Shram(A)4-8/2006-MW-Part, dated; 30th August, 2012 and the meeting of the
said Committee was held on 4.09.2012;

Now therefore, in exercise of the powers conferred by sub-section (2) of section 5 of the
said Act, the Governor of Himachal Pradesh is pleased to revise the minimum wages of the workers
working in above mentioned Scheduled Employment w.e.f. 01.09.2012 as per recommendations of
the said Committee as under:—

Category of Workers Revised Minimum Wages
Daily Monthly
Rs.150 .00 Rs.4500 .00

UNSKILLED WORKERS

1. Felling of trees

(1) Lopper (Changi) Rs.163.73 Rs.4912.00
(2) Feller (Garani) Rs.155.41 Rs.4662.00

2. Logging and sawing including timber passing

1. Dresser (Panchani) Rs.155.41 Rs.4662.00
2. Sawyer (Charani) Rs.212.22 Rs.6367.00
3. Blacksmith Rs.193.60 Rs.5808.00

3. Carriage stacking and timber passing by manual labour

1. Mazdoor for carriage Rs.155.41 Rs.4662.00
2. Mazdoor for loading and un loading of Rs.155.41 Rs.4662.00
timber.

4. Carriage of timber by Aerial ropeways :

1. Span Mistry-cum-Supervisor Rs. 212.22 Rs.6367.00
2. Span Mistry Rs.193.60 Rs.5808.00


4008 ºi¬¤¤, lr-i¤¬ ¤·ºi, z/ l¬n-«º, za·z,r ¬ilº··, ·ss«
5. Carriage by water slide (pucci Nalli) dry slide
(Pathru), Nullah Bhaan Darya Bahaan (River
floating):

1. Mohri-wala Mistry Rs.233.97 Rs.7019.00
2. Taru Rs.220.84 Rs.6625.00
3. Asstt. Mistry/ Helper Mistry Rs.200.41 Rs.6012.00
4. Darya-man Rs.220.84 Rs.6625.00
5. Ghalu Rs.173.98 Rs.5219.00
6. Jamadar Rs.173.98 Rs.5219.00

6. Mechanised logging and timber extraction

1. Surveyor Rs.214.04 Rs.6421.00
2. Ski-line Operator Rs.193.60 Rs.5808.00

3. Truck Driver Rs.175.86 Rs.5276.00
4. Compressor Driver Rs.175.86 Rs.5276.00

7. Clerical Staff

1. Manager Rs.260.41 Rs.7812.00
2. Accountant Rs.179 .98 Rs.5399.00
3. Munshi Typist clerk Rs.155.41 Rs.4662.00




8. Saw Mill Workers

1. Band Saw Mistry Rs.193.60 Rs.5808.00
2. Supervisor Rs.190.85 Rs.5726.00
3. Head Mistry Rs.193.60 Rs.5808.00
4. Boiler Driver Rs.193.60 Rs.5808.00
5. Assistant Mistry Rs.158.98 Rs.4769.00
6. Planner Mistry Rs.158.98 Rs.4769.00
7. Helper Rs.155.41 Rs.4662.00
8. Cutter man Rs.158.98 Rs.4769.00

9. Katha Extraction

1. Feller and Chipper Rs.155.41 Rs.4662.00
2. Katha Supervisor/Katha Processor Rs.163.73 Rs.4912.00

Highly Skilled

Boiler Attendant (Ist Class) Overseer, Head Foreman= Rs.242.22.P.D. Rs.7267 P.M.

NOTE :—

1. There will be no distinction between the minimum wages of male or female and
adult or non-adult for the same and similar nature of work.


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2. Wages of Apprentices shall be regulated under the Apprenticeship Act, 1961(No. 52
of 1961)

3. Where any class of work is performed on piece work basis, the wages shall not be
less than the time rate prescribed for that category.

4. If any category of workers employed in the scheduled employment is not mentioned
specifically, such category of workers shall not be paid less than the minimum rates
of wages fixed for the similar category having the same skill.

5. 25 % increase shall be applicable over and above the minimum of wages in Tribal
Areas in Himachal Pradesh.

The definition of unskilled/semiskilled/skilled/highly skilled will be as under:-

(i) Unskilled.—An unskilled employee is one who does operations that involve the
performance of simple duties, which require the experience of little or no
independent judgment or previous experience although familiarity with the
occupational environment is necessary. His work may thus require in addition to
physical exertion familiarity with variety of articles or goods.

(ii) Semi-skilled.—A semiskilled worker is one who does work generally of defined
routine nature wherein the major requirement is not so much of the judgment, skill
and but for proper discharge of duties assigned to him or relatively narrow job and
where important decisions made by others. His work is thus limited to the
performance of routine operations of limited scope.

(iii) Skilled.—A skilled employee is one who is capable of working efficiently of
exercising considerable independent judgment and of discharging his duties with
responsibility. He must posses a thorough and comprehensive knowledge of the
trade, craft or industry in which he is employed.

(iv) Highly Skilled.—A highly skilled worker is one who is capable of working
efficiently and supervises efficiently the work of skilled employees.

By order,
Sd/-
Addl. Chief Secretary (Lab & Emp.).

________


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[Authentative English Text of this Department Notification No. Shram (A)1-2/2009(M.W.)
dated Shimla-2, as required under clause (3) of Article 348 of the Constitution of India].

LABOUR & EMPLOYMENT DEPARTMENT

NOTIFICATION

Shimla-2, 26
th
September, 2012

No. Shram (A)1-2/2009(M.W.).—Whereas the Governor, Himachal Pradesh is of the
opinion that the minimum rates of wages in the Scheduled employment of Chemical and Chemical
Products may be revised in respect of un-skilled and other categories of workers with effect from
01.09.2012;

And whereas as per provisions of clause (a) of sub-section (1) of section 5 read with section
9 of the Minimum Wages Act, 1948, a Minimum Wages Advisory Committee was constituted vide
Notification No:Shram(A)4-8/2006-MW-Part, dated; 30th August, 2012 and the meeting of the said
Committee was held on 4.09.2012;


4012 ºi¬¤¤, lr-i¤¬ ¤·ºi, z/ l¬n-«º, za·z,r ¬ilº··, ·ss«
Now therefore, in exercise of the powers conferred by sub-section (2) of section 5 of the
said Act, the Governor of Himachal Pradesh is pleased to revise the minimum wages of the workers
working in above mentioned Scheduled Employment w.e.f. 01.09.2012 as per recommendations of
the said Committee as under:—

Category of Workers Revised minimum rates
Unskilled Rs. 150 .00 P.D
Rs. 4500 .00. P.M.
Semi Skilled
Assistant Electrician ,Assistant Fitter, Assistant
Turner, Assistant Welder, Assistant Moulder,
Assistant Plant Operator, Assistant Blacksmith,
Assistant Copraman, Re-irrigation, Assistant,
Jamadar, Eastman, East cultivator, Switch
Board Attendant, Wireman, Postalman,
Fireman, Oilman, Pumpman Grade-I, Machine
Levellor, Selector, Cutter-cum-Market
seller/Empular, Hageman. ITI Certificate
Holder.
Skilled

Rs.157.48 P.D.
Rs.4724.00 P.M.


Saltman, Electrician, Fitter, Copperman, Turner,
Moulder, Blacksmith, Plant operator, Mason,
Carpenter, Assistant Foreman, Head Jamadar,
Boiler Attendant Grade-II, Workshop Foreman,
Electrician Foreman, Engine Driver,
Draughtsman, Assistant Chemist, Machineman,
Cashier/Clerk (Matriculate), Salesman,
Receptionist, Typist, Store-keeper.I.T.I.
certificate holder who are working in the same
trade.

Rs.188.98 P.D.
Rs.5669.00 P.M.

Highly Skilled
Boiler Attendant (First-Class) Overseer, Head
Foreman
Rs. 242.22 P.D.
Rs.7267. 00 P.M.


NOTE:

1. There will be no distinction between the minimum wages of male or female and
adult or non-adult for the same and similar nature of work.

2. Wages of Apprentices shall be regulated under the Apprenticeship Act, 1961(No. 52
of 1961).

3. Where any class of work is performed on piece work basis, the wages shall not be
less than the time rate prescribed for that category.

4. If any category of workers employed in the scheduled employment is not mentioned
specifically, such category of workers shall not be paid less than the minimum rates
of wages fixed for the similar category having the same skill.

5. 25 % increase shall be applicable over and above the minimum of wages in Tribal
Areas in Himachal Pradesh.


4013 ºi¬¤¤, lr-i¤¬ ¤·ºi, z/ l¬n-«º, za·z,r ¬ilº··, ·ss«
The definition of unskilled/semiskilled/skilled/highly skilled will be as under :—

(i) Unskilled: - An unskilled employee is one who does operations that involve the
performance of simple duties, which require the experience of little or no
independent judgment or previous experience although familiarity with the
occupational environment is necessary. His work may thus require in addition to
physical exertion familiarity with variety of articles or goods.

(ii) Semi-skilled: - A semiskilled worker is one who does work generally of defined
routine nature wherein the major requirement is not so much of the judgment, skill
and but for proper discharge of duties assigned to him or relatively narrow job and
where important decisions made by others. His work is thus limited to the
performance of routine operations of limited scope.

(iii) Skilled: - A skilled employee is one who is capable of working efficiently of
exercising considerable independent judgment and of discharging his duties with
responsibility. He must posses a thorough and comprehensive knowledge of the
trade, craft or industry in which he is employed.

(iv) Highly Skilled: - A highly skilled worker is one who is capable of working
efficiently and supervises efficiently the work of skilled employees.

By order,
Sd/-
Addl. Chief Secretary (Lab & Emp).
________

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l”i~¤ ¤i ¬nin l¬¬-, ·r l·¤il¬n l¬¤i n¤i ri, ¬i ¤¸ºi ¤· l·-nn ni· ºªini ri |

(iv) ¬·¤÷¬ ºi¬ ¬·¤÷¬ºi¬ ¬- ¬iº ·r ¬- ¬iº r ¬i ¬i¤ ¬i ··ini¤¸ºi ¬º· - ¬·i- ri
¬iº ¬i ¬”i¬ ¬-¤ilº¤i ¬ ¬i¤ ¬i ··ini¤¸ºi ¤¤··iºi ¬ºni ri |

¬i·”i ,iºi,
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4016 ºi¬¤¤, lr-i¤¬ ¤·ºi, z/ l¬n-«º, za·z,r ¬ilº··, ·ss«
[Authentative English Text of this Department Notification No: Shram (A)1-2/2009(M.W.)
dated Shimla-2, as required under clause (3) of Article 348 of the Constitution of India].

LABOUR & EMPLOYMENT DEPARTMENT

NOTIFICATION

Shimla-2, the 26
th
September, 2012
NOTIFICATION
No. Shram (A)1-2/2009(M.W.).—Whereas the Governor, Himachal Pradesh is of the
opinion that the minimum rates of wages in the Scheduled employment of “Engineering Industries”
may be revised in respect of un-skilled and other categories of workers with effect from
01.09.2012.

And Whereas as per provisions of clause (a) of sub-section (1) of section 5 read with section
9 of the Minimum Wages Act, 1948, a Minimum Wages Advisory Committee was constituted vide
Notification No:Shram(A)4-8/2006-MW-Part, dated; 30th August, 2012 and the meeting of the said
Committee was held on 4.09.2012.

Now therefore, in exercise of the powers conferred by clause (a) of sub- section 5 of the
said Act, the Governor of Himachal Pradesh is pleased to revise the minimum wages of the workers
working in above mentioned Scheduled Employment w.e.f. 01.09.2012 as per recommendations of
the said Committee as under:-
Un-Skilled

Rs. 150 .00.P.D
Rs. 4500 .00 P.M.

Semi skilled
Taper Grade-III, Turner Grade-III, Driller Grade-III, Romer Grade- III,
Shareman Grade-III, Machine man, Machinist/Operator Grade- III,
Bragar Grade- III, Head Spinning Winder, Liner Grade- III,Press
Operator Grade- III, Spray Painter Grade- III, Transfer Fixer Grade- III,
Assembler Grade- III, Cobbler, Rubber Rosin Cutter, Tailor Grade- III,
Material Checker, Fitter Frame, Numbering man, Frame Sender,
Electroplater Grade-III, Mopper Grade- III, Grinder Grade- III, Pickler,
Polishman, Buferman, Head Mechanic Operator Grade- III,
Thread/Roller Operator Grade-III, Book- screw Machine Operator
Grade- III, Feeder Grade-III, Dye Maker Grade- III, Welder Grade- III,
Tin Smith Grade- III, Pipe Reader, Hammer man Grade- III, Electric
Lineman Grade-III,Voucher Inspector Grade- III, Lister Diesel Engine
Driver Grade-III, Oilman.

Rs. 157.48 P.D.
Rs.4724.00 P.M.

Skilled
Taper Grade-II, Turner Grade-II, Driller Grade-II, Shaper Grade-II,
Shaperman Grade-II, Slaughterman Grade-II, Machanist/ Operator/
Brager Grade- II, Liner Grade- II, Spray Painter Grade- II, Transfer
Mixer Grade- II, Press Operator Grade- II, Assembler Grade- II, Tailor
Grade- II, Electroplater Grade-II, Moper Grade- II, Grinder Grade- II,
Head Machine Operator-II, Thread and Roller Machine Operator
Grade-II, Book screw Machine Operator Grade-II, Gold Draw Machine
Operator Grade-II, Fitter Grade-II, Carpenter/Pattern Maker Grade-II,
Dye Maker Grade-II, Saister Grade-II, Welder Grade-II, Tinsmith
Grade-II, Hammerman Grade-II, Blacksmith Grade-II, Tool Setter
Rs.188.98 P.D.
Rs.5669 .00 P.M



4017 ºi¬¤¤, lr-i¤¬ ¤·ºi, z/ l¬n-«º, za·z,r ¬ilº··, ·ss«
Grade-II, Electrical Lineman Grade-II, Electrician Grade-II, Armature
Winder and Coil winder Grade-II, Cable Jointer Grade-II, Voucher
Inspector Grade-II, Lister Diesel Engine Driver Grade-II, Moulder
Grade-II, Supervisor, ITI Certificate Holder who are working in the
same trade.
Highly Skilled
Turner Grade-I, Grinding Machine Operator-I, Slaughterman Grade-I,
Miller Grade-I, Electroplater Grade-I, Gold Draw Machine Operator
Grade-I, Fitter Grade-I, Carpenter/Pattern Maker, Dye maker Grade-I,
Engraver Grade-I, Blacksmith Grade-I,Voucher Inspector, Moulder, Dye
Setter Grade-I, Tool Setter Grade-I, Electrician Grade-I,Shaperman
Grade-I.
Rs. 242.22 P.D.
Rs.7267.00 P.M.

Clerical Staff
Cashier (Matriculate) Clerk, Salesman, Typist Storekeeper.
Rs. 167.67 P.D.
Rs.5030.00 P.M.

NOTE :

1. There will be no distinction between the minimum wages of male or female and adult or
non-adult for the same and similar nature of work.

2. Wages of Apprentices shall be regulated under the Apprenticeship Act, 1961 (No. 52 of
1961)

3. Where any class of work is performed on piece work basis, the wages shall not be less than
the time rate prescribed for that category.

4. If any category of workers employed in the scheduled employment is not mentioned
specifically, such category of workers shall not be paid less than the minimum rates of
wages fixed for the similar category having the same skill.

5. 20% increase will be admissible over and above the minimum rates of wages to the workers
working inside the tunnels.

6. 25 % increase shall be applicable over and above the minimum rates of wages in different
categories of workers working in ‘Under Construction Hydro- Electric Power Projects’
located in Non- Tribal Areas.

7. 25% increase shall be applicable over and above the minimum wages in the Scheduled
Tribal Areas in Himachal Pradesh. In case of workers working in the Under Construction
Hydro- Electric Power Projects’ in Tribal Areas an additional 10% increase shall be
applicable.

The definition of unskilled/semiskilled/skilled/highly skilled will be as under:-

(i) Skilled.—An unskilled employee is one who does operations that involve the
performance of simple duties, which require the experience of little or no independent
judgment or previous experience although familiarity with the occupational
environment is necessary. His work may thus require in addition to physical exertion
familiarity with variety of articles or goods.

(ii) Semi–skilled.—A semiskilled worker is one who does work generally of defined
routine nature wherein the major requirement is not so much of the judgment, skill and


4018 ºi¬¤¤, lr-i¤¬ ¤·ºi, z/ l¬n-«º, za·z,r ¬ilº··, ·ss«
but for proper discharge of duties assigned to him or relatively narrow job and where
important decisions made by others. His work is thus limited to the performance of
routine operations of limited scope.

(iii) Skilled.—A skilled employee is one who is capable of working efficiently of
exercising considerable independent judgment and of discharging his duties with
responsibility. He must posses a thorough and comprehensive knowledge of the trade,
craft or industry in which he is employed.

(iv) Highly Skilled.—A highly skilled worker is one who is capable of working efficiently
and supervises efficiently the work of skilled employees.

By order,
Sd/-
Addl. Chief Secretary (Lab & Emp).

_______


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4020 ºi¬¤¤, lr-i¤¬ ¤·ºi, z/ l¬n-«º, za·z,r ¬ilº··, ·ss«
l-·¤ºi÷

·. ¬-i· ¬iº ¬¬| ¤¬iº ¬ ¬i¤ ¬ l¬¤, ¤ª·i ¤i -lr¬i ¬iº ·¤-¬ ¤i ¬·¤-¬ ¬| ·¤¸·n-
-¬·¸º| - ¬i; lª··ni ·r| rin||

z. l”i·i¬i ¬| -¬·¸º|, l”i·i ¬l·il·¤-, ·sc· (·sc· ¬i rz) ¬ ¬·i|· l·l·¤l-n ¬| ¬i¤n| |

s. ·iri ¬i; ¬i¤ -i¤i·¤in| ¬i¤ (¤|¬ ·¬) ¬ ¬i·iiº ¤º l¬¤i ¬ini r, ·ri -¬·¸ º| ¬¬
¤·n ¬ l¬¤ l·lrn ¬-¤ ·º ¬ ¬- ·r| rin|| -i¤i·¤in| ¬i¤ ¤|¬ ·¬ ¬ ¬i·iiº ¤º
l¬¤i ¬ini ri, ·ri l·l”’- ¤·n ¬ l¬¤ l··iilºn ¬-¤ ·º ¬¬ ¤·n ¬i ¤·i· ¬| ¬i¤n||

«. ¤l· ¬·¬¸l¤n l·¤i ¬· - l·¤i l¬n ¬i-niºi ¬i ¬i ; ¤·n l·l·l·’-n ·lºin ·r| r, ni
¬i-niºi ¬ ¤¬ ¤·n ¬i ¬¬| ¬i”i¬ ·i¬ ¬-i· ¤·n ¬ l¬¤ l·¤n -¬·¸ º| ¬| ·¤¸·n-
·ºi ¬ ¬- -¬·¸º| ¬ ·Ÿi ·r| ¬| ¬i¤n| |

¬¬ ºi¬,¬, ÷¬ ºi¬ ¬| ¤lº·ii·ii l·-· ¤ ¬iº ¬ ri n| ÷÷

(i) ¬¬ ºi¬.÷÷¬¬”i¬ ¬-¤iº| ·r ¬-¤iº| r, ¬i ¤¬ ¬i¤ ¬ºni r l¬¬- ¬i-i·¤ ¬n·¤i ¬
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¤nl¤ ·¤·¬il¤¬ ¤lºl-·iln¤i ¬ ¤lºl¤n ri·i ¬i·º¤¬ rini r| ¬¬¬i ¬i¤ “iiº|lº¬
¤lº¬- (¤¤i¬) ¬ ¬lnlº·n ¬¬ l·l·i·· ·-n¬i ¤i -i¬ ¬ ·i| ¤lºl¤n ri ·i ¬¤ l·in r |

(ii) ¬,÷¬ºi¬.÷÷¬,÷¬”i¬ ¬- ¬iº ·r ¬- ¬iº r, ¬i ¬i-i·¤n ºi¬-ºi ¬i l·lº¤n -·ª¤
¬i ¬i- ¬ºni ri , l¬¬- l¬ ¬¬¬ l·ºi ¤ «l, ¬”i¬ni ¬| ¬¤ ·ii ·r| r, ¤º·n ¬¬
¬-··l”in ¬n·¤i ¤i ¬¬¬ ¬i·i¤ ·|ln ¬i¤i ¬ ¬l¤n l··r· ¬| r, ¬ri -rŸ·¤¸ ºi l·ºi¤
¬·¤ ,iºi l¬¤i ¬ini r| ;¬ ¤¬iº ¬¬¬i ¬i¤ ·i ¤ ¬|l-n ºi¬ -ºi ¬ ¬i¤i ¬ ¬º· n¬
r| ¬|l-n ºr ni |

¬i·”i ,iºi,
r-ni·ilºn,÷
¬lnlº·n -ª¤ ¬l¤· (¬- ¤· ºi¬niº)|
÷÷÷÷÷÷÷
[Authentative English Text of this Department Notification No. Shram (A)1-2/2009(M.W.)
dated Shimla-2, as required under clause (3) of Article 348 of the Constitution of India].

LABOUR & EMPLOYMENT DEPARTMENT

NOTIFICATION

Shimla-2, the 26
th
September, 2012

No. Shram (A)1-2/2009(M.W.).—Whereas the Governor, Himachal Pradesh is of the
opinion that the minimum rates of wages in the Scheduled employment of Tea Plantation may be
revised in respect of un-skilled and other categories of workers with effect from 01.09.2012;

And Whereas as per provisions of clause (a) of sub-section (1) of section 5 read with section
9 of the Minimum Wages Act, 1948, a Minimum Wages Advisory Committee was constituted vide
Notification No:Shram(A)4-8/2006-MW-Part, dated; 30th August, 2012 and the meeting of the said
Committee was held on 4.09.2012;


4021 ºi¬¤¤, lr-i¤¬ ¤·ºi, z/ l¬n-«º, za·z,r ¬ilº··, ·ss«
Now therefore, in exercise of the powers conferred by sub-section (2) section 5 of the said
Act, the Governor of Himachal Pradesh is pleased to revise the minimum wages of the workers
working in above mentioned Scheduled Employment w.e.f. 01.09.2012 as per recommendations of
the said Committee as under:-

Category of Workers Revised Minimum Wages
Field workers in Tea Plantation employed on plantation
up rooting, spraying, manufacturing, shade lopping,
hocing ,pruning weeding, plucking etc. known as
unskilled workers employed in the operation;

A-Grade Leaves -- If plucker plucks more than 12
kilogram of tea leaves he or she will get Rs.10.86 paise
per kilogram extra as incentive.

B Grade Leaves--If plucker plucks more than 13
kilogram of tea leaves he or she will get Rs.8.12 paise
per kilogram extra as incentive.

C-Grade Leaves- If plucker plucks more than 16
kilogram of tea leaves he or she will get Rs 6.11 paise
per kilogram extra as incentive.

The piece rates workers employed for plucking will get
Rs.10.86 paise, Rs. 8.12paise Rs.6.11 paise per
kilogram for A,B,C grade of teas leaves respectively.
Rs 150 .00 Per day or
Rs.4500 .00 per month.

SEMI-SKILLED:
Workers engaged in Tea Factory & Tea Plantations.
Rs.154.03 per day,
Rs.4621/- per month
FACTORY:
Include lift Mazdoor withering Mazdoor, Relling room
workers, shifting Mazdoor, fermenting room workers,
tea boys , sorters, tea makers, time keeper and carriers
(Jhalli)
Daily 150.00
Monthly 4500
PLANTATION:
Cleaners, Assistant Cleaner, Garden Assistant,
Muharirs etc. who maintain records of a field work and
also includes sweeper, Mali and Mate.
Daily 150.00
Monthly 4500
4 CLERICAL AND NON-TECHNICAL SUPERVISORY STAFF
OFFICE STAFF:
Accountant 278.15 Rs. 8345.00 per
month plus free
accommodation
Clerks 188.98 Rs. 5669.00 per
month plus free
accommodation.
Munshi 202.54 Rs. 6076.00 per
month plus free
benefits as
admissible to clerk
Peon ,Chowkidar/Chaudhary 154.04 Rs.4621.00 per
month plus free


4022 ºi¬¤¤, lr-i¤¬ ¤·ºi, z/ l¬n-«º, za·z,r ¬ilº··, ·ss«
benefit as
admissible.

5. Compounder
Daily Monthly
Rs. 250.84 Rs. 7525.00
6. Driver (Jeep/ Car/ Tractor) Rs. 215.41 Rs. 6462.00
7. Mechanic Rs. 253.60 Rs. 7608.00
8. Assistant Mechanic Rs. 214.04 Rs. 6421.00
9. Electrician-cum- Mechanic , Grade-I Rs. 253.60 Rs. 7608.00
10. Electrician-cum- Mechanic , Grade-II Rs. 214.04 Rs. 6421.00

The above rates are inclusive all allowances.

NOTE :

1. There will be no distinction between the minimum wages of male or female and adult
or non-adult for the same and similar nature of work.

2. Wages of Apprentices shall be regulated under the Apprenticeship Act, 1961 (52 of
1961)

3. Where any class of work is performed on piece work basis, the wages shall not be less
than the time rate prescribed for that category.

4. If any category of workers employed in the scheduled employment is not mentioned
specifically, such category of workers shall not be paid less than the minimum rates of
wages fixed for the similar category having the same skill.

The definition of unskilled/semiskilled will be as under:-

(i) Unskilled.— An unskilled employee is one who does operations that involve the
performance of simple duties, which require the experience of little or no independent
judgment or previous experience although familiarity with the occupational
environment is necessary. His work may thus require in addition to physical exertion
familiarity with variety of articles or goods.

(ii) Semi-skilled.— A semiskilled worker is one who does work generally defined routine
nature wherein the major requirement is not so much of the judgment, skill and but for
proper discharge of duties assigned to him or relatively narrow job and where
important decisions made by others. His work is thus limited to the performance of
routine operations of limited scope.

By order,
Sd/-
Addl. Chief Secretary (Lab. & Emp.).

÷÷÷÷÷÷÷÷÷
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lºi-¬i÷z, zc l¬n-«º, za·z

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¬l·il·¤-, ·s«s ¬| ·iiºi (z) ªiº· (-) - ¤·ii ¤lº·iil·in l·l·-iºi l¬¤i ¬ ¬·¬¸ l¤n l·¤i ¬· ¬
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¬”iil·in l¬¤i ¬i¤ ;


4023 ºi¬¤¤, lr-i¤¬ ¤·ºi, z/ l¬n-«º, za·z,r ¬ilº··, ·ss«
¬iº ·¤¸·n- -¬·¸º| ¬l·il·¤-, ·s«s ¬| ·iiºi s ¬ ¬i·i ¤l-n ·iiºi r ¬| ¬¤·iiºi (·) ¬ ªiº·
(¬) ¬ ¬¤«··ii ¬ ¬·¬iº, ¬l·i¬¸¤·i ¬ª¤i ¬-(¤) «÷s,zaac ¤-.··~¤¸.÷¤i-, niº|ªi sa ¬n-n, za·z
,iºi ·¤¸ ·n- -¬ ·¸ º| ¬¬ir¬iº ¬l-ln nl-n ¬| n; ·i| ¬iº ¬·n ¬l-ln ¬| «-¬ niº|ªi a«÷as÷za·z
¬i r; ·i|;

¬n lr-i¤¬ ¤·”i ¬| ºi·¤¤i¬, ¬·n ¬l·il·¤- ¬| ·iiºi r ¬| ¬¤·iiºi z ,iºi ¤·--i “il·n¤i
¬i ¤¤i n ¬ºn r¤, ¬·n ¬l-ln ¬| l¬¤ilº”ii ¬ ¬·¬iº ¬¤ºi ·n ·lºin ¬·¬¸l¤n l·¤i¬· - ¬i¤ºn
¬-¬iºi ¬| ·¤¸·n- -¬·¸º| ¬i niº|ªi a·÷as÷za·z ¬ l·-· ¤¬iº ¬ ¬ ”iil·in ¬ºn| r÷

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¬,÷¬ºi¬ ·r/.«s ª¤¤ ¤lnl·· ¤i «/z«.aa ª¤¤ ¤ln-i¬
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¬·¤ ¬ ºi¬ z«z.zz ª¤¤ ¤lnl·· ¤i /zc/.aa ª¤¤ ¤ln-i¬

l-·¤ºi÷

·. ¬-i· ¬iº ¬¬| ¤¬iº ¬ ¬i¤ ¬ l¬¤, ¤ª·i ¤i -lr¬i ¬iº ·¤-¬ ¤i ¬·¤-¬ ¬| ·¤¸·n-
-¬·¸º| - ¬i; lª··ni ·r| rin||

z. ¤l”i·i¬i ¬| -¬·¸º|, l”i·i ¬l·il·¤-, ·sc· (·sc· ¬i rz) ¬ ¬·i|· l·l·¤l-n ¬| ¬i¤n| |

s. ·iri l¬¬| ¬i¤ ¬i ·n -i¤i·¤in| ¬i¤ (¤|¬ ·¬) ¬ ¬i·iiº ¤º l¬¤i ¬ini ri, ·ri ¬¬
¤·n ¬ l¬¤ l·lrn -¬·¸º| ¬| ·º ¬ ¬- ·r| ri n||

«. ¤l· ¬·¬¸ l¤n l·¤i¬· - l·¤il¬n ¬-¬iºi ¬ l¬¬| ¤·n ¬ l·l·l·’- ª¤ ¬ ·lºin ·r|
l¬¤i n¤i r, ni ¬i-niºi ¬ ¤ ¬ ¤·n ¬ l¬¤ ¬i ¬¬| ¤ ¬iº ¬| ¬ ”i¬ni ºªin ri ¬-ª¤
¤·n ¬ l¬¤ l··iilºn ·n· ·º ¬ ¬- ·n· ¬·Ÿi ·r| ¬| ¬i¤n| |

r. lr-i¤¬ ¤·”i ¬ ¬·¬in|¤ ·i¤i - ·¤¸ ·n- -¬·¸ º| ¬| ·º ¬ zr (¤¤|¬) ¤ln”in ¬l·i¬
¬in¸ rin| |

¬¬ ºi¬,¬, ÷¬ ºi¬,¬ ºi¬,¬·¤÷¬ ºi¬ ¬| ¤lº·ii·ii l·-· ¤ ¬iº ¬ rin| ÷÷

(i) ¬¬ ºi¬.÷÷¬¬”i¬ ¬-¤iº| ·r ¬-¤iº| r, ¬i ¤¬ ¬i¤ ¬ºni r l¬¬- ¬i-i·¤ ¬n·¤i ¬
¬·¤i¬· ¬·n·l¬n r, l¬¬- ¬- ¬·ª· ¤i ¬i; -·n·¤ l·ºi ¤ ¤i ¤¸· ¬··i· ¬¤l·in r|
¤nl¤ ·¤·¬il¤¬ ¤lºl-·iln¤i ¬ ¤lºl¤n ri·i ¬i·º¤¬ rini r| ¬¬¬i ¬i¤ “iiº|lº¬
¤lº¬- (¤¤i¬) ¬ ¬lnlº·n ¬¬ l·l·i·· ·-n¬i ¤i -i¬ ¬ ·i| ¤lºl¤n ri ·i ¬¤ l·in r |

(ii) ¬,÷¬ºi¬.÷÷¬,÷¬”i¬ ¬- ¬iº ·r ¬- ¬iº r, ¬i ¬i-i·¤n ºi¬-ºi ¬i l·lº¤n -·ª¤
¬i ¬i- ¬ºni ri , l¬¬- l¬ ¬¬¬ l·ºi ¤ «l, ¬”i¬ni ¬| ¬¤ ·ii ·r| r, ¤º·n ¬¬
¬-··l”in ¬n·¤i ¤i ¬¬¬ ¬i·i¤ ¬|l-n ¬i¤i ¬ ¬l¤n l··r· ¬| r , ¬ri -rŸ·¤¸ºi
l·ºi¤ ¬·¤ ,iºi l¬¤i ¬ini r | ;¬ ¤¬iº ¬¬¬i ¬i¤ ·i¤ ¬|l-n ºi¬ -ºi ¬ ¬i¤i ¬
¬º· n¬ r| ¬|l-n ºr ni |

(iii) ¬ºi¬.÷÷¬”i¬ ¬-¤iº| ·r ¬-¤iº| r, ¬i l·¤iººi|¤ -·n·¤ l·ºi¤i ¬i ¤¤in ··ini¤¸ ºi
¬i¤ ¬º· - ¬·i- ri ¬iº ¬¤· ¬n·¤i ¬i l¬-- ·iº| ¬ ¤i¬· ¬º ¬¬ | ·r ·¤·¬i¤,
l”i~¤ ¤i ¬nin ¬¬ l¬¬- l·¤il¬n l¬¤i n¤i r, ¬i ¤¸ºi ¤· l·-nn ni· ºªini ri |


4024 ºi¬¤¤, lr-i¤¬ ¤·ºi, z/ l¬n-«º, za·z,r ¬ilº··, ·ss«
(iv) ¬·¤÷¬ ºi¬.÷÷¬·¤÷¬ºi¬ ¬- ¬iº ·r ¬- ¬iº r ¬i ¬i¤ ¬i ··ini¤¸ ºi ¬º· - ¬·i- ri
¬iº ¬i ¬”i¬ ¬-¤ilº¤i ¬ ¬i¤ ¬i ··ini¤¸ºi ¤¤ ··iºi ¬º ¬¬ |

¬i·”i ,iºi,
r-ni·ilºn,÷
¬lnlº·n -ª¤ ¬l¤· (¬- ¤· ºi¬niº)|

÷÷÷÷÷÷÷

[Authentative English Text of this Department Notification No: Shram (A)1-2/2009(M.W.)
dated Shimla-2, as required under clause (3) of Article 348 of the Constitution of India].

LABOUR & EMPLOYMENT DEPARTMENT
NOTIFICATIONnotifica
NOTIFICATION

Shimla-2, the 26
th
September, 2012

No. Shram (A)1-2/2009(M.W.).—Whereas the Governor, Himachal Pradesh is of the
opinion that the minimum rates of wages in the Scheduled employment of Manufacturing Process
as Defined in Clause (K) of section 2 of Factories Act, 1948. may be revised in respect of un-
skilled and other categories of workers with effect from 01.09.2012;

And whereas as per provisions of clause (a) of sub-section (1) of section 5 read with section
9 of the Minimum Wages Act, 1948, a Minimum Wages Advisory Committee was constituted vide
Notification No:Shram(A)4-8/2006-MW-Part, dated; 30th August, 2012 and the meeting of the said
Committee was held on 4.09.2012;

Now therefore, in exercise of the powers conferred by sub-section (2) of section 5 of the
said Act, the Governor of Himachal Pradesh is pleased to revise the minimum wages of the workers
working in above mentioned Scheduled Employment w.e.f. 01.09.2012 as per recommendations of
the said Committee as under:-

Un-skilled Workers Rs.150 .00 per day or Rs.4500 .00 per month
Semi-skilled Rs.157.48 P.D. or Rs.4724.00 per month
Skilled & clerical staff Rs.188.98 P.D. or Rs.5669.00 per month
Highly-Skilled Rs. 242.22 P.D. or Rs.7267.00 per month

NOTE :

1. There will be no distinction between the minimum wages of male or female and adult
or non-adult for the same and similar nature of work.

2. Wages of Apprentices shall be regulated under the Apprenticeship Act, 1961(No. 52 of
1961)

3. Where any class of work is performed on piece work basis, the wages shall not be less
than the time rate prescribed for that category.

4. If any category of workers employed in the scheduled employment is not mentioned
specifically, such category of workers shall not be paid less than the minimum rates of
wages fixed for the similar category having the same skill.


4025 ºi¬¤¤, lr-i¤¬ ¤·ºi, z/ l¬n-«º, za·z,r ¬ilº··, ·ss«
5. 25% increase shall be applicable over and above the minimum wages in the Scheduled
Tribal Areas in Himachal Pradesh.

The definition of unskilled/semiskilled/skilled/highly skilled will be as under:—

(i) Unskilled.—An unskilled employee is one who does operations that involve the
performance of simple duties, which require the experience of little or no independent
judgment or previous experience although familiarity with the occupational
environment is necessary. His work may thus require in addition to physical exertion
familiarity with variety of articles or goods.

(ii) Semi-skilled.—A semiskilled worker is one who does work generally defined routine
nature wherein the major requirement is not so much of the judgment, skill and but for
proper discharge of duties assigned to him or relatively narrow job and where
important decisions made by others. His work is thus limited to the performance of
routine operations of limited scope.

(iii) Skilled.—A skilled employee is one who is capable of working efficiently of
exercising considerable independent judgment and of discharging his duties with
responsibility. He must possess a thorough and comprehensive knowledge of the trade,
craft or industry in which he is employed.

(iv) Highly Skilled.—A highly skilled worker is one who is capable of working efficiently
and supervises efficiently the work of skilled employees.
By order,
Sd/-
Addl. Chief Secretary (Lab. & Emp.).

________

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·¤¸·n- ·ºi ¬i a·.as.za·z ¬ ¬”iil·in l¬¤i ¬i¤;

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¬ ¬lnlº·n ¬¬ l·l·i·· ·-n¬i ¤i -i¬ ¬ ·i| ¤lºl¤n ri·i ¬¤ l·in r |


4027 ºi¬¤¤, lr-i¤¬ ¤·ºi, z/ l¬n-«º, za·z,r ¬ilº··, ·ss«
(ii) ¬,÷¬ºi¬.÷÷¬,÷¬”i¬ ¬- ¬iº ·r ¬-¬iº r, ¬i ¬i-i·¤n ºi¬-ºi ¬i l·lº¤n -·ª¤
¬i ¬i- ¬ºni ri, l¬¬- l¬ ¬¬¬ l·ºi¤ « l, ¬”i¬ni ¬| ¬¤·ii ·r| ri, ¤º·n ¬¬ ¬-··l”in ¬n·¤i
¤i ¬¬¬ ¬i·i¤ ¬|l-n ¬i¤i ¬ ¬l¤n l··r· ¬| r, ¬ri -rŸ·¤¸ºi l·ºi¤ ¬·¤ ,iºi l¬¤i ¬ini r| ;¬
¤¬iº ¬¬¬i ¬i¤ ·i¤ ¬|l-n ºi¬-ºi ¬ ¬i¤i ¬ ¬º· n¬ r| ¬|l-n ºrni |

(iii) ¬ºi¬.÷÷¬”i¬ ¬-¤iº| ·r ¬-¤iº| r, ¬i l·¤iººi|¤ -·n·¤ l·ºi¤i ¬i ¤¤in ··ini¤¸ ºi
¬i¤ ¬º· - ¬·i- ri ¬iº ¬¤· ¬n·¤i ¬i l¬--·iº| ¬ ¤i¬· ¬º ¬¬ | ·r ·¤·¬i¤, l”i~¤ ¤i ¬ni n
¬¬ l¬¬- l·¤il¬n l¬¤i n¤i r, ¬i ¤¸ ºi ¤· l·-nn ni· ºªini ri |

(iv) ¬·¤÷¬ºi¬.÷÷¬·¤÷¬ºi¬ ¬- ¬iº ·r ¬- ¬iº r ¬i ¬i¤ ¬i ··ini¤¸ºi ¬º· - ¬·i- ri
¬iº ¬i ¬”i¬ ¬-¤ilº¤i ¬ ¬i¤ ¬i ··ini¤¸ºi ¤¤ ··iºi ¬º ¬¬ |

¬i·”i ,iºi,
r-ni·ilºn,÷
¬lnlº·n -ª¤ ¬l¤· (¬- ¤· ºi¬niº)|
÷÷÷÷÷÷÷

[Authentative English Text of this Department Notification No: Shram (A)1-2/2009(M.W.)
dated Shimla-2, as required under clause (3) of Article 348 of the Constitution of India].

LABOUR & EMPLOYMENT DEPARTMENT

NOTIFICATION
NOTIFICATION
Shimla-2, the 26
th
September, 2012

No. Shram (A)1-2/2009(M.W.).—Whereas the Governor, Himachal Pradesh is of the
opinion that the minimum rates of wages in the Scheduled employment of Hotel and Restaurants
may be revised in respect of un-skilled and other categories of workers with effect from
01.09.2012;

And Whereas as per provisions of clause (a) of sub-section (1) of section 5 read with section
9 of the Minimum Wages Act, 1948, a Minimum Wages Advisory Committee was constituted vide
Notification No:Shram(A)4-8/2006-MW-Part, dated; 30th August, 2012 and the meeting of the said
Committee was held on 4.09.2012;

Now therefore, in exercise of the powers conferred by sub-section (2) of section 5 of the
said Act, the Governor of Himachal Pradesh is pleased to revise the minimum wages of the workers
working in above mentioned Scheduled Employment w.e.f. 01.09.2012 as per recommendations of
the said Committee as under:-

Category of Workers Revised Wages Where
no benefit is provided

Where food, tea and
combined
accommodation
provided
1 2 3
UN-SKILLED: Rupees Rupees
Helper/ Chowkidar/ Peon/ Sweeper/
Masalachi/ Gateman/ Waterman/Messenger/
Clock Room Attendant/ Poter/Bhishti/ Beldar/
Rs.150 /-Daily

Rs.4500 /- Monthly
Rs 127.48/-Daily

Rs.3824 /-Monthly


4028 ºi¬¤¤, lr-i¤¬ ¤·ºi, z/ l¬n-«º, za·z,r ¬ilº··, ·ss«
Fireman/ Pandi/Posterman/ any worker doing
un-skilledjob.

SEMI-SKILLED WORKER: Rupees Rupees
Pantryman /Coffee-Tea Maker/ Chapatiman/
Assistant Baker/Cook/ Assistant Halwai/Book
Binder/ Sticher /Ruling Cutting/ Auctioners /
Mali /Hotel Guide/Assistant Mistry/ Assistant
Fitter/Sewerman/ Assistant Turner /Assistant
Welder/ Assistant Electrician/ Assistant
Salesman/ Assistant Barber/ Dhobi,
Pressman/Boilerman/Film Rewinder/Waiter
Bearer /Assistant Radio Mechanic/Painter/
White Washer/ Pakora and Chana
Maker/Clerk (Non-Matric), Assistant Store
Keeper/Distributor and Assistant Machinman.
Enquiry Attendant, Telephone Attendant.ITI
certificate holder who are working in the
other trade.
163.73 Daily


4912.00 Monthly
141.28 Daily

4238.00 Monthly.

SKILLED WORKERS : Rupees. Rupees.
Driver/Halwai/Cook/Confectioner/Baker/
Steward/Butler/Draughtsman/Telephone Oper
ator/Receptionist/Waiter/Bearer/Store Keeper/
Head Waiter/Head Bearer (Western Style
Hotel.) ITI certificate holder who are working
in the same trade.
188.98 Daily

5669.00 P.M.

166.22 Daily

4987.00 P.M

HIGHLY SKILLED : Rupees. Rupees.
Store Keeper/ Clerks (Graduates) Accountant
/Head Cashier/ Head Cook/Head Butler/Head
Baker/ Head Confectioner/Head mechanic/
Electrician/Foremen/ Supervisor/ Tailor/
Cutter (Tailoring)
200.41 P.D

6012. 00.P.M

177.77 P.D

5333.00 P.M


NOTE :

1. There will be no distinction between the minimum wages of male or female and adult
or non-adult for the same and similar nature of work.

2. Wages of Apprentices shall be regulated under the Apprenticeship Act, 1961(No. 52 of
1961)

3. Where any class of work is performed on piece work basis, the wages shall not be less
than the time rate prescribed for that category.

4. If any category of workers employed in the scheduled employment is not mentioned
specifically, such category of workers shall not be paid less than the minimum rates of
wages fixed for the similar category having the same skill.

5. 25% increase shall be applicable over and above the minimum wages in the Scheduled
Tribal Areas in Himachal Pradesh.

The definition of unskilled/semiskilled/skilled/highly skilled will be as under:—


4029 ºi¬¤¤, lr-i¤¬ ¤·ºi, z/ l¬n-«º, za·z,r ¬ilº··, ·ss«
(i) Unskilled.— An unskilled employee is one who does operations that involve the
performance of simple duties, which require the experience of little or no independent
judgment or previous experience although familiarity with the occupational
environment is necessary. His work may thus require in addition to physical exertion
familiarity with variety of articles or goods.

(ii) Semi-skilled.—A semiskilled worker is one who does work generally of defined
routine nature wherein the major requirement is not so much of the judgment, skill and
but for proper discharge of duties assigned to him or relatively narrow job and where
important decisions made by others. His work is thus limited to the performance of
routine operations of limited scope.

(iii) Skilled.—A skilled employee is one who is capable of working efficiently of
exercising considerable independent judgment and of discharging his duties with
responsibility. He must posses a thorough and comprehensive knowledge of the trade,
craft or industry in which he is employed.

(iv). Highly Skilled.—A highly skilled worker is one who is capable of workingefficiently
and supervises efficiently the work of skilled employees.

By order,
Sd/-
Addl. Chief Secretary (Lab. & Emp.).
_______

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¬l·i¬¸ ¤·i¬
¬l·i¬¸¤·i

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“il·i¬ ¬-·ii·i ¬ ¬· ¬¸l¤n l·¤i¬· - ¬¬ ”i¬ ¬iº ¬-¬iºi ¬ ¬·¤ ¤·ni ¬| «i«n -¬·¸ º| ¬|
·¤¸·n- ·ºi ¬i a·÷as÷za·z ¬ ¬”iil·in l¬¤i ¬i¤;

¬iº ·¤¸·n- -¬·¸º| ¬l·il·¤-, ·s«s ¬| ·iiºi s ¬ ¬i·i ¤l-n ·iiºi r ¬| ¬¤·iiºi (·) ¬ ªiº·
(¬) ¬ ¬¤«··ii ¬ ¬·¬iº, ¬l·i¬¸¤·i ¬ª¤i ¬-(¤) «÷s,zaac ¤-.··~¤¸ . ÷¤i-, niº|ªi sa ¬n-n,
za·z ,iºi ·¤¸ ·n- -¬ ·¸ º| ¬¬ir¬iº ¬l-ln nl-n ¬| n; ·i| ¬iº ¬·n ¬l-ln ¬| «-¬ niº|ªi
a«÷as÷za·z ¬i r; ·i|;

¬n lr-i¤¬ ¤·”i ¬| ºi·¤¤i¬, ¬·n ¬l·il·¤- ¬| ·iiºi r ¬| ¬¤·iiºi z ,iºi ¤·--i “il·n¤i
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¬, ÷¬ ºi¬ ·cs./s ª¤¤ ¤lnl·· ¤i «s·z.aa ª¤¤ ¤ln-i¬
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¬·¤÷¬ ºi¬ zaa.«· ª¤¤ ¤lnl·· ¤i ca·z.aa ª¤¤ ¤ln-i¬


4030 ºi¬¤¤, lr-i¤¬ ¤·ºi, z/ l¬n-«º, za·z,r ¬ilº··, ·ss«
l-·¤ºi÷

·. ¬-i· ¬iº ;¬| ¤¬iº ¬ ¬i¤ ¬ l¬¤, ¤ª·i ¤i -lr¬i ¬iº ·¤-¬ ¤i ¬·¤-¬ ¬| ·¤¸ ·n-
-¬·¸º| - ¬i; lª··ni ·r| rin||

z. l”i·i¬i ¬| -¬·¸º|, l”i·i ¬l·il·¤-,·sc· (·sc· ¬i rz) ¬ ¬·i|· l·l·¤l-n ¬| ¬i¤n| |

s. ·iri l¬¬| ¬i¤ ¬i ·n -i¤i·¤in| ¬i¤ (¤|¬ ·¬) ¬ ¬i·iiº ¤º l¬¤i ¬ini ri, ·ri ¬¬
¤·n ¬ l¬¤ l·lrn -¬·¸º| ¬| ·º ¬ ¬- ·r| ri n||

«. ¤l· ¬·¬l¸ ¤n l·¤i¬· - l·¤il¬n ¬-¬iºi ¬ l¬¬| ¤·n ¬i l·l·l·’- ª¤ ¬ ·lºin
·r| l¬¤i n¤i r, ni ¬i-niºi ¬ ¤¬ ¤·n ¬ l¬¤ ¬i ¬¬| ¤¬iº ¬| ¬ ”i¬ni ºªin ri
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r. lr-i¤¬ ¤·” i ¬ ¬·¬in|¤ ·i¤i - ·¤¸ ·n- -¬·¸ º| ¬| ·º ¬ ¤·¤|¬ ¤ln”in ¬l·i¬ ¬in¸
rin| |

¬¬ ºi¬,¬, ÷¬ ºi¬,¬ ºi¬,¬·¤÷¬ ºi¬ ¬| ¤lº·ii·ii l·i-·l¬lªin ri n| ÷÷

(i) ¬¬ ºi¬.—¬¬”i¬ ¬- ¤iº| ·r ¬-¤iº| r, ¬i ¤¬ ¬i¤ ¬ºni r l¬¬- ¬i-i·¤ ¬n·¤i ¬
¬·¤i¬· ¬·n·l¬n r, l¬¬- ¬- ¬·ª· ¤i ¬i ; -·n·¤ l·ºi¤ ¤i ¤¸· ¬··i· ¬| «rn
¬i·º¤¬ni ·r| ¤·n|, ¤nl¤ ·¤·¬il¤¬ ¤lºl-·iln¤i ¬ ¤lºl¤n ri·i ¬i·º¤¬ r | ¬¬¬i
¬i¤ “iiº|lº¬ ¤lº¬- (¤¤i¬) ¬ ¬lnlº·n ¬¬ l·l·i·· ·-n¬i ¤i -i¬ ¬ ·i| ¤lºl¤n ri·i
¬¤l·in r |

(ii) ¬,÷¬ºi¬.—¬,÷¬ ”i¬ ¬-¬iº ·r ¬- ¬iº r, ¬i ¬i-i·¤n ºi¬-ºi ¬i l·lº¤n -·ª¤
¬i ¬i- ¬ºni ri , l¬¬- l¬ ¬¬¬ l·ºi ¤ «l, ¬”i¬ni ¬| ¬¤ ·ii ·r| ri , ¤º·n ¬¬
¬-··l”in ¬n·¤i ¤i ¬¬¬ ¬i·i¤ ¬|l-n ¬i¤i ¬ ¬l¤n l··r· ¬| r , ¬ri -rŸ·¤¸ºi
l·ºi¤ ¬·¤ ,iºi l¬¤i ¬ini r| ;¬ ¤ ¬iº ¬¬¬i ¬i¤ ·i¤ ¬|l-n ºi¬-ºi ¬ ¬i¤i ¬
¬º· n¬ r| ¬|l-n ºr ni |

(iii) ¬ºi¬.—¬”i¬ ¬-¤iº| ·r ¬-¤iº| r, ¬i l·¤iººi|¤ -·n·¤ l·ºi¤i ¬i ¤¤in ··ini¤¸ºi
¬i¤ ¬º· - ¬·i- ri ¬iº ¬¤· ¬n·¤i ¬i l¬-- ·iº| ¬ ¤i¬· ¬º ¬¬ | ·r ·¤·¬i¤,
l”i~¤ ¤i ¬nin ¬¬ l¬¬- l·¤il¬n l¬¤i n¤i r, ¬i ¤¸ºi ¤· l·-nn ni· ºªini ri |

(iv) ¬·¤÷¬ ºi¬.—¬·¤÷¬’i¬ ¬- ¬iº ·r ¬-¬iº r ¬i ¬i¤ ¬i ··ini¤¸ºi ¬º· - ¬·i- ri
¬iº ¬i ¬”i¬ ¬-¤ilº¤i ¬ ¬i¤ ¬i ··ini¤¸ºi ¤¤ ··iºi ¬º ¬¬ |

¬i·”i ,iºi,
r-ni·ilºn,÷
¬lnlº·n -ª¤ ¬l¤· (¬- ¤· ºi¬niº)|

÷÷÷÷÷÷÷

[Authentative English Text of this Department Notification No: Shram (A)1-2/2009(M.W.)
dated Shimla-2, as required under clause (3) of Article 348 of the Constitution of India].

LABOUR & EMPLOYMENT DEPARTMENT

NOTIFICATION

Shimla-2, the 26
th
September, 2012

NOTIFICATION
No. Shram (A)1-2/2009(M.W.).—Whereas the Governor, Himachal Pradesh is of the
opinion that the minimum rates of wages in the Scheduled employment of Private Educational


4031 ºi¬¤¤, lr-i¤¬ ¤·ºi, z/ l¬n-«º, za·z,r ¬ilº··, ·ss«
Institutes may be revised in respect of un-skilled and other categories of workers with effect from
01.09.2012;

And whereas as per provisions of clause (a) of sub-section (1) of section 5 read with section
9 of the Minimum Wages Act, 1948, a Minimum Wages Advisory Committee was constituted vide
Notification No:Shram(A)4-8/2006-MW-Part, dated; 30th August, 2012 and the meeting of the said
Committee was held on 4.09.2012;

Now therefore, in exercise of the powers conferred by sub-section (2) of section 5 of the
said Act, the Governor of Himachal Pradesh is pleased to revise the minimum wages of the workers
working in above mentioned Scheduled Employment w.e.f. 01.09.2012 as per recommendations of
the said Committee as under:-

Un-skilled Workers Rs.150 .00 per day or Rs.4500.00 per month
Semi-skilled Rs.163. 73 P.D. or Rs.4912.00 per month
Skilled Rs.188.98 P.D. or Rs.5669.00 per month
Highly-skilled Rs.200. 41 P.D. or Rs.6012.00 per month

NOTE :

1. There will be no distinction between the minimum wages of male or female and adult
or non-adult for the same and similar nature of work.

2. Wages of Apprentices shall be regulated under the Apprenticeship Act, 1961(No. 52 of
1961)

3. Where any class of work is performed on piece work basis, the wages Shall not be less
than the time rate prescribed for that category.

4. If any category of workers employed in the scheduled employment is not mentioned
specifically, such category of workers shall not be paid less than the minimum rates of
wages fixed for the similar category having the same skill.

5. 25% increase shall be applicable over and above the minimum wages in the Scheduled
Tribal Areas in Himachal Pradesh. The definition of unskilled/semiskilled/skilled/
highly skilled will be as under:-

(i) Unskilled.—An unskilled employee is one who does operations that involve the
performance of simple duties, which require the experience of little or no independent
judgment or previous experience although familiarity with the occupational
environment is necessary. His work may thus require in addition to physical exertion
familiarity with variety of articles or goods.

(ii) Semi-skilled.—A semiskilled worker is one who does work generally of defined
routine nature wherein the major requirement is not so much of the judgment, skill and
but for proper discharge of duties assigned to him or relatively narrow job and where
important decisions made by others. His work is thus limited to the performance of
routine operations of limited scope.

(iii) Skilled.—A skilled employee is one who is capable of working efficiently of
exercising considerable independent judgment and of discharging his duties with
responsibility. He must posses a thorough and comprehensive knowledge of the trade,
craft or industry in which he is employed.


4032 ºi¬¤¤, lr-i¤¬ ¤·ºi, z/ l¬n-«º, za·z,r ¬ilº··, ·ss«
(iv) Highly Skilled.—A highly skilled worker is one who is capable of working efficiently
and supervises efficiently the work of skilled employees.

By order,
Sd/-
Addl. Chief Secretary (Lab. & Emp.).

___________

FINANCE DEPARTMENT

NOTIFICATION

Shimla-2, the 27
th
September, 2012

No.Fin-2-C-(12)-2/2012.—Government of Himachal Pradesh hereby notifies the sale of
Himachal Pradesh Government Stock (securities) of 5-year tenure for an aggregate amount of `
400.00 crore (Nominal). The sale will be subject to the terms and conditions spelt out in this
notification (called specific Notification) as also the terms and conditions specified in the General
Notification No.Fin-2-C(12)-11/2003 dated July 20, 2007 of Government of Himachal Pradesh.

Object of the loan
1. (i) The proceeds of the State Government Securities will be utilized for the
development programme of the Government of Himachal Pradesh.

(ii) Consent of Central Government has been obtained to the floatation of this
loan as required by Article 293 (3) of the Constitution of India.

Method of Issue
2. Government Stock will be sold through the Reserve Bank of India, Mumbai Office (PDO)
Fort, Mumbai-400 001 by auction in the manner as prescribed in paragraph 6.1 of the
General Notification No.Fin-2-C(12)-11/2003, dated July 20, 2007 at a coupon rate to be
determined by the Reserve Bank of India at the yield based auction under multiple price
format.

Allotment to Non-Competitive Bidders
3. The Government Stock upto 10% of the notified amount of the sale will be allotted to
eligible individuals and institutions subject to a maximum limit of 1% of the notified
amount for a single bid as per the Revised Scheme for Non Competitive Bidding Facility in
the Auctions of State Government Securities of the General Notification (Annexure-II).

Place and Date of Auction
4. The auction will be conducted by the Reserve Bank of India, at its Mumbai Office, Fort,
Mumbai-400 001 on October 1, 2012. Bids for the auction should be submitted in
electronic format on the Negotiated Dealing System (NDS) as stated below on October 1,
2012.

(a) The competitive bids shall be submitted electronically on the Negotiated Dealing
System(NDS) between 10:30AM and 12:00 PM.

(b) The non-competitive bids shall be submitted electronically on the Negotiated
Dealing System (NDS) between 10:30 AM and 11:30 AM.


4033 ºi¬¤¤, lr-i¤¬ ¤·ºi, z/ l¬n-«º, za·z,r ¬ilº··, ·ss«
Result of the Auction
5. The result of the auction shall be displayed by the Reserve Bank of India at its website on
the same day. The payment by successful bidders will be on October 3, 2012.

Method of Payment
6. Successful bidders will make payments on October 3, 2012 before close of banking hours
by means of cash, bankers’ cheque/pay order, demand draft payable at Reserve Bank of
India, Mumbai/New Delhi or a cheque drawn on their account with Reserve Bank of India,
Mumbai(Fort)/New Delhi.

Tenure
7. The Stock will be of 5-year tenure. The tenure of the Stock will commence on October 3,
2012.

Date of Repayment
8. The loan will be repaid at par on October 3, 2017.

Rate of Interest
9. The cut-off yield determined at the auction will be the coupon rate percent per annum on the
stock sold at the auction. The interest will be paid on April 3 and October 3.

Eligibility of Securities
10. The investment in Government Stock will be reckoned as an eligible investment in
Government Securities by banks for the purpose of Statutory Liquidity Ratio (SLR) under
Section 24 of the Banking Regulation Act, 1949. The stocks will qualify for the ready
forward facility.
By order and in the name of the Governor of Himachal Pradesh
Sd/-
Principal Secretary to the Government of Himachal Pradesh
Finance Department.


























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