Labour Department, Haryana

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ADMINISTRATIVE SET-UP (i) Industrial Relation Wing


(ii) Industrial Safety & Health Wing 3 .

1976 The Sales Promotion Employees (Conditions of Service) Act. The Factories Act. 1976 4 . 13. 19. 3. 1972 The Equal Remuneration Act. 4. The Labour Commissioner. 1970 The Inter-State Migrant Workmen (Regulation of Employment and Conditions of Service) Act. 1965 The Working Journalists and other Newspaper Employees and Miscellaneous Provisions (Condition of Service) Act. The Labour Commissioner is the Supervisory Head of the Department and is responsible for the control and overall functioning of the Department. 7. 21. 1961 The Child Labour (Abolition & Regulation) Act. 5.FUNCTIONS OF THE DEPARTMENT 1. 1947 The Collection of Statistics Act. 20. The main functions of the Labour Department. 17. the department also oversees various Welfare Schemes run by the Haryana Labour Welfare Board. In addition to it. 14. Haryana are(i) Maintenance of Industrial peace and harmony in the State and (ii) To ensure Safety & Health and welfare of the workers. 1976 The Labour Laws (Exemption from Furnishing Returns and Maintaining Registers by Certain Establishments) Act. 10. 1953 The Workmen’s Compensation Act. Haryana is the ex-officio Welfare Commissioner of Haryana Labour Welfare Board. 1936 The Minimum Wages Act. 1996 The Industrial Disputes Act. 18. The Department administers the following Central and State Labour Enactments: CENTRAL LAWS 1. 1979 The Maternity Benefit Act. 9. 15. 1926 The Payment of Wages Act. 2. 1961 The Motor Transport Workers Act. 1988 The Contract Labour (Regulation and Abolition) Act. 1948 The Building and Other Construction Workers (Regulation of Employment and Conditions of Service) Act. 1986 The Payment of Bonus Act. 1955 The Payment of Gratuity Act. 1923 The Trade Unions Act. 8. 11. 16. 2. 1946 The Bonded Labour System (Abolition) Act. 6. 12. 1948 The Industrial Employment (Standing Orders) Act.

Licence is granted by the Chief Inspector of Factories for a period of one year or five years. 5 . as the case may be. 2. he will get these removed at his level from the occupier and shall send the papers complete in all respects within a week from the date of receipt of the completed form from the occupier. 1956 (Notification is issued by Housing Department) The functions of the Department under various Labour Laws is as given below: A. The Punjab Industrial Establishments (National and Festival Holidays and Casual and Sick Leave) Act. The Punjab Labour Welfare Fund Act. Registration of Factory and grant of licence (Section 6&7) The occupier is required to submit application in the prescribed form in triplicate to the Chief Inspector of Factories for the registration of the Factory and grant of licence. The Punjab Industrial Housing Act. on payment of the fees specified.STATE LAWS 1. the same shall be built as per norms prescribed under the Punjab Factory Rules. With a view to reduce delay in the approval of building plans it has been principally decided that the industrial sheds which are built by the HSIDC. INDUSTRIAL SAFETY AND HEALTH The Factories Act 1948 applies to such factories wherein 10 or more workers are working or were working on any day of the preceding twelve months. or were working on any day of preceding twelve months and in any part of which any manufacturing process is being carried on without the aid of power. The Punjab Shops ands Commercial Establishments Act. It has also been decided that henceforth for the purpose of registration/licences. 1965 4. 1965 3. the papers shall be submitted by the employers/occupiers of factories to the Senior Assistant Director in the field and the latter shall examine the same and in the event of any deficiencies. and in any part of which a manufacturing process is being carried on with the aid of power or wherein twenty or more workers are working. Approval of Factory Building Plans Under the Factories Act the Chief Inspector is the competent authority to approve the factory building plans. We have already sent a communication to the HSIDC in this behalf (copy enclosed). 1958 2. 1.

Chief Inspector/Inspectors. revolving machinery. Brief note on above-mentioned functions being performed by various authorities is as follows: 1. Inspection under various labour laws for proper enforcement. prohibition of employment of women and children near cotton-openers. individual as well as collective disputes at the level of Labour Officer-cum-Conciliation Officers/ Deputy Labour Commissioner/ Joint Labour Commissioner/ Additional Labour Commissioner/ Labour Commissioner. Relevant extract of these chapters is enclosed.3. may also appoint as many Addl. 1947: a) Conciliation and settlement of industrial disputes. FUNCTIONS OF THE LABOUR DEPARTMENT REGARDING INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS UNDER VARIOUS LABOUR LAWS There are mainly three types of activities performed by the Officers and Inspectors of the Industrial Relations machinery: 1. 5. protection of eyes. Appointment of Chief Inspector/Addl. 1948 the Govt. The Industrial Disputes Act. Under the Factories Act. Settlement of Industrial Disputes. 3. and safety provisions which relate to fencing of machinery. lighting. employment of young persons on dangerous machines. Licensing under various labour laws. 4. Joint Chief Inspectors and Dy. lay off or closure of industrial units. appointment of safety officers etc. 5. disposal of wastes and effluents. B. safety of buildings and machinery. latrines and urinals etc. Chief Inspectors. Chief Inspectors besides Inspectors. Chief Inspector/Joint Chief Inspector/Dy. 6 . Hearing of appeals A person aggrieved by an Inspector’s order can appeal to the Labour Commissioner cum Chief Inspector of Factories. 4. pressure plant. The aforesaid officers shall also exercise the power of an Inspector throughout the State. precautions in case of fire. retrenchment. Quasi-judicial functions under various labour laws referred to hereinafter. 2. Health and safety provisions The health provisions which relate to cleanliness. ventilation and temperature. drinking water. Regulatory functions of the Government for giving various relaxations and statutory permissions for change of working conditions.

The role of Inspector is only to check whether records are maintained properly and the workers are paid minimum bonus. c) Adjudication of Industrial Disputes referred by the Govt. 1947. In case of any violation sanction is granted by Special Secretary in the event of non-implementation of awards and agreements. is done by the Labour Courts cum Industrial Tribunals. Beyond the minimum prescribed bonus. Labour Officer and DLC. The Equal Remuneration Act. 1976: The Act provides for payment of equal wages for similar and same nature of work irrespective of sex of the worker. it is for the workers to raise a dispute under the Industrial Disputes Act. The Certificate of Registration of the Trade Union is issued by the Registrar Trade Unions. 1926: The Labour Commissioner is the ex officio Registrar Trade Unions and the Joint Labour Commissioner is the Additional Registrar for this purpose. 4. The Act also provides for the constitution of an Advisory Committee for advising the Govt. They also adjudicate financial claims of workers lodged directly with them under section 33C(2) d) Implementation of Awards and agreements is got done by field officers i. for permission in case of closure. The inspectors and Officers conduct inspections to ensure compliance of the provisions of the Act. 3.b) Reference of unsettled disputes to the Labour Courts cum-Industrial Tribunals is done by Government (power to reefer or reject individual disputes is vested with LC cum Special Secretary. It is applicable to every factory covered under the Factories Act. 5. 7 . The Trade Unions Act. 1946: Certification of Standing Orders of Industrial establishments employing 50 or more workers is done at the level of Additional Labour Commissioner. Any claims on this subject are made before the Labour Officer as Authority under the Act by the worker or through the Inspector. on increasing employment opportunities for women. the competent authority is the Government. The Payment of Bonus Act. The Industrial Employment (Standing Orders) Act. e) The power for grant of permission for lay off and retrenchment in respect industrial establishments employing 100 or more workers is vested with the Labour Commissioner as Specified Authority. 2. Labour Inspector. However. 1965: The Act provides for payment of minimum Bonus of 8. (Industrial Disputes).e.33% and more and upto a maximum of 20% as per prescribed formula if the Company is making a profit.

Inspections of establishments are conducted by the Officers and Inspectors to ensure maintenance of statutory record. The Minimum Wages Act. 1923: The Act provides for the payment of compensation in the case of disability or death due to accident arising out of and during the course of employment with the employer. Inspections of establishments are conducted by the Officers and Inspectors to ensure maintenance of statutory record. They perform a quasi-judicial function for the purpose and there is no provision of appeal against the order of the Authority. The DLC s have been notified as Appellate Authority over the Controlling Authorities in their respective jurisdiction. The Act is applicable to such employees whose wages are less then Rs. The Labour Officers have been notified as Commissioners under the Act to hear and decide the claims of workers or their dependents in the case of death in cases of nonpayment of compensation by the employer as per law. The Payment of Gratuity Act. The Labour Officers have been notified as Controlling Authority under the Act to hear and decide the claims of workers in cases of nonpayment of gratuity by the employer as per law. It also provides for making claims in the event of illegal deduction or delayed wages. They perform a quasi-judicial function for the purpose and the Appellate Authority is the respective Distt. The Appellate Authority against the order of the Commissioner is the High Court. without illegal deduction and within the prescribed time. The Labour Officers have been notified as Authority under the Act to hear and decide the claims of cases of nonpayment of minimum wages by the employer. 8 . 8. 1948 The Act provides for fixation of minimum rates of wages for scheduled employments by the Government. 7. Inspections of establishments are conducted by the Officers and Inspectors to ensure maintenance of statutory records and payment of minimum rates of wages notified by the Govt. The Payment of Wages Act 1936: The Act provides for payment of wages to employees in establishments in coin currency.6. 1972: The Act provides for payment of gratuity at the prescribed rate at the end of the service of worker a who has worked for 5 years or more in factory or establishment employing 10 or more workers in the last one-year or preceding years. & Session Judge of the area. The Labour Officers have been notified as Authority under the Act to hear and decide the claims of workers for illegal deductions or cases of non-payment of earned wages by the employer. The Workmen’s Compensation Act. All payments under the Act have to be made through the Commissioner. 9. 1600/.or above.

They are only the ex officio members of the Vigilance Committees and they have to work on the directions of the District Magistrates or Sub Divisional Magistrates. Therefore. Inspections of establishments are conducted by the Officers and Inspectors to ensure compliance of the Act 14. the workers have been coming directly. The Inter State Migrant Workmen (Regulation of Employment and Conditions of Service) Act. It ultimately aims at progressive elimination of child labour in all occupations.10. The Officers of the Department are not vested with any powers under the Act. as the case may be. 1976: The Act provides for total abolition of employment of bonded and elimination of bonded labour system. Vigilance Committees have been constituted in all the Districts and Sub Divisions of the State headed by the District Magistrates and the Sub Divisional Magistrates. The Bonded Labour (Abolition) Act. The Motor Transport Workers Act. 11. The Act also provides for regulation of conditions of work of contract labour and abolition of employment of contract labour on the advice of the Contract Labour Advisory Board in employments where it is considered necessary. It also provides for the Licensing of the contractor. 9 . 1986: The Act provides for the prohibition of employment of child labour in hazardous occupations and processes and provides for the regulation of conditions of work of child labour employed in establishments where they have not been prohibited to work. due to improved transport and communication. The Registering of employers and Licensing of contractors is done by the Labour Commissioner. 1979: The Act provides for the Registration of establishments employing migrant labour through a contractor. the Act is almost defunct. 13. It provides for extinguishing all bonded debt that a bonded labour may have incurred. The Act is in limited use because the major establishments covered under the Act are the State Transport Depots only and Registration is being given/ renewed every year. The Act was being implemented in seasonal establishments like rice shellers and brick kilns but for many years now. respectively. The Contract Labour (Regulation and Abolition) Act. 12. The Child Labour (Prohibition and Regulation) Act. 1961: The Act provides for the Registration of the Establishments in transport business and the Labour Commissioner is the Ex officio Chief Inspector authorized to grant Registration. 1970: The Act provides for the Registration of principal employer and Licensing of Contractors employing twenty or more workers as contract labour through a contractor.

Such houses have been built in 8 places i. 1956 Under this Act the Labour Officer/ Labour Inspector of the Labour Department has been given the power of allotment of industrial houses built under the subsidized Industrial Housing Scheme during joint Punjab. A fee of Rs. opening and closing hours. Rohtak. Jagadhri. To provide cheap and 10 . Sonepat. 10. Ambala and Hissar. rest hours. Necessary action for the sale of the remaining houses is being taken at the level of the respective Labour Officer. This Act is being enforced through the Factory Inspectorate and the Welfare Officer (Women). Bhiwani and Hissar. 16. besides claims of dues against employers submitted by the workers. The Punjab Industrial Housing Act. Panipat. These Courts are headed by Presiding Officers of the level of Additional Districts and Sessions Judge. The Maternity Benefit Act. these houses have been sold to the allottees / occupants by the committee constituted by the Housing Department under the Chairmanship of Deputy Commissioner of the area. As per the policy decision of Government of India and the Housing Department. 1965. Gurgaon. also charged for registration from certain categories of establishments.000/. Yamuna Nagar. The Act also provides for exemptions.e. Haryana. 18. hours of work.15. Their principal function is to adjudicate upon industrial disputes referred to them by the Government.000/. The Labour Commissioner is the Appellate Authority for deciding claims and complaints against the orders of the above mentioned Inspectors. 1958 This Act regulates the conditions of service of employees employed in shops and commercial establishment i. The Act applies to Industrial Establishments (factories) and provides for Casual and Sick Leave to Industrial Workers.e. weekly of and maintenance of record by the employers. 1961: The Act provides for the protection of rights of women during the period connected with pregnancy and when they are employed in a factory or a commercial establishment employing ten or more workers. of such houses is 986 and 856 houses have so far been sold to the occupants and thus only 130 houses are left to be sold i. 17. The Punjab Shops and Commercial Establishments Act. about 13%. INDUSTRIAL TRIBUNALS CUM LABOUR COURTS: There are 7 Labour Courts and Industrial Tribunals located at Faridabad. Ambala. C. The total No.e. Rohtak. The Labour Commissioner has been given the power to grant any exemptions under the Act. who have been notified as Inspectors. The Punjab Industrial Establishments (National and Festival Holidays and Casual and Sick Leave) Act.and 5.

embroidery.80 Crores. resignation and power of the State Government to remove members from Office. have to be sent by the concerned employers as unpaid amount to the Board. a sum of Rs. which remain unclaimed with managements in Haryana after three years. 2. The Board shall keep the amount of workers for four years and after that the amount is declared abandoned property under the act. 3. has transferred to the Fund. which is then. The Various statutory provisions are made under the said Act for the constitution of Board. Diploma and Digree exams.quick justice to the workers a proposal for opening some new Labour Courts in the state is under consideration. making of pickles. Its Head Office is located at 30-Bays Building. nomination of its members. and Rules made thereunder. The unpaid accumulations. D. jams and candles is imparted. ACTIVITIES OF THE LABOUR WELFARE BOARD HARYANA The Haryana Labour Welfare Board was constituted in the year 1970 under section-4 of the Punjab Labour Welfare Fund Act. The funds available with the Board are to the tune of Rs. The Board for the welfare of industrial workers utilizes this fund. 200 is given to the motivator. Scholarship to the Children of industrial workers Under this scheme financial help is provided to the children of industrial workers by way of scholarship of Rs. 500/. 8. term of office. casual vacancies. 'The Haryana Labour Welfare Board' has been established and constituted by the Haryana Government Under Section 4 of the Punjab Labour Welfare fund Act 1965. 1965 for the Welfare of Industrial Workers. The following schemes for welfare of workers and their children are running by the Board: 1. procedures of the meetings of the board etc. 4000/. For the purpose of administering the fund and for performing such other functions as are assigned to it under this Act.if they have secured 60% marks in 9th to Graduate. sector 17. The Board is running the following Welfare schemes for industrial workers & their family members. Presently the Board is not in existence. Chandigarh. Incentives under family welfare scheme Under the 15000/. 11 .is given to a worker if he or his wife undergoes sterilization and Rs. Ist floor. Labour Welfare Centres Board is running 11 Labour Welfare Centres in various industrial towns where free training of tailoring.

Financial assistance to the extent of Rs. Excursion-cum. to motivate the industrial workers. Shram Veer.Financial help to workers in the event of marriage of their daughters A sum of Rs. tour of workers. 10. 5. Cash help to industrial workers in the event of accident in the establishment. This scheme provides an opportunity to the workers & their family members to visit places of industrial/historical & religious importance in the country. Cash awards to the children of industrial workers A cash award of given to widows/dependents of the deceased industrial workers as immediate relief. disciplined workers such as Mukhya Mantri Shram Devi. 1000/. 250/. Re-imbursement of expenditure incurred on computer education by the worker for their children. Shram Rattan Purskars etc. 20. Shram Bhushan. 12 . who have securred 75% and 60% marks upto pre-university & post-graduation level respectively. Financial help depending upon disablement is provided to those workers who meet with an accident in the industrial establishment they work in. Under this scheme. Mukhya Mantri Shram Puraskar Yojna Under this scheme. Kanyadan is granted to the workers on the occasion of marriage of their daughters.000/. 9. the reimbursed for purchase of spectacles. Financial help for purchase of spectacles.& 2000/.to 1.00.000/.4. cash award of given to those children of workers. 6.000/. Ex-gratia to widows/dependents of deceased workers. financial help of Rs. the Board would pay the fees for BCA/MCA/BE & other professional courses in computer education in respect of worker’s children. given to highly efficient. Under this scheme. 5100/.

6. Panipat Presiding Officer. 4. 1. Labour Commissioner-I Dy. Faridabad-I Presiding Officer. 7. Gurgaon Presiding Officer Industrial Tribunal cum Labour Court. Labour Commissioner (Admn. 5. Labour Commissioner Deputy Director (IS&H) Dy. Panipat Deputy Labour Commissioner. 4. Labour & Employment Labour Commissioner Addl. Ambala Presiding Officer. 7. Faridabad-II Presiding Officer Industrial Tribunal cum Labour Court. 3. Industrial Tribunal cum Labour Court. Industrial Tribunal cum Labour Court. 3. Assistant Director Sr. Ambala Deputy Labour Commissioner. No. No. Designation Presiding Officer. Rohtak Presiding Officer. 5. 6. Industrial Tribunal cum Labour Court. 8. Labour Commissioner-II Telephone Office 0172-2740793 0172-2743707 0172-2701266 0172-2701337 0172-2714942 0172-2701294 0172-2702918 0172-2706785 0172-2706785 0172-2702897 DIRECTORY OF OFFICES Telephone Residence 0172-2741061 0172-2794230 0172-2702860 0172-2725666 0172-2641204 10. Labour Commissioner Jt.) Addl. Industrial Tribunal cum Labour Court. 2. 9. Industrial Tribunal cum Labour Court. 2. 9.DIRECTORY OF ITS OFFICERS/OFFICIALS AT CHANDIGARH Sr. Designation Minister for Labour Financial Commissioner & Principal Secretary. 1. Hisar Deputy Labour Commissioner. 8. Faridabad Telephone Office 0171-2534100 0180-2658472 0129-2287248 0129-2269410 0124-2307705 01262-242784 01662-233805 0171-2533165 0180-2652433 0129-2268387 Telephone Residence 13 . Sr. 10.

16. Ambala Senior Assistant Director IS&H. 13. 28. 31. Y. 26.Nagar-I Labour-cum-Conciliation Officer. Karnal Labour-cum-Conciliation Officer. 11.Sr. 14. 27. 18. 29. Faridabad Certifying Surgeon. Y. Panipat 0180-2651724 Senior Assistant Director IS&H. 17. 12. 22. Kaithal Labour-cum-Conciliation Officer. 32. Ambala Labour-cum-Conciliation Officer. Nagar-II Labour-cum-Conciliation Officer. 19. Panipat-I Labour-cum-Conciliation Officer. Faridabad-I Labour-cum-Conciliation Officer. Faridabad Senior Assistant Director IS&H. 25. 20. 23. Faridabad-II Labour-cum-Conciliation Officer. Sonepat Labour-cum-Conciliation Officer. Faridabad-III 0129-2227244 0124-2225004 01662-231110 0172-2590724 0171-2533165 01732-251842 01732-237898 01744-290625 0184-2254781 0180-2638763 0180-2638763 0130-2246482 0129-2264434 0129-2269660 0129-2292166 14 . Designation Telephone Office Telephone Residence Deputy Labour Commissioner. Panchkula Labour-cum-Conciliation Officer. Gurgaon Labour-cum-Conciliation Officer. Kurukshetra Labour-cum-Conciliation Officer. 15. Gurgaon 0124-2335102 Deputy Labour Commissioner. No. 30. Panipat-II Labour-cum-Conciliation Officer. 24. Hisar Senior Assistant Director IS&H. Hisar Certifying Surgeon. Gurgaon Senior Assistant Director IS&H. 21.

55. 47. IS&H. 39. Bhiwani Labour-cum-Conciliation Officer.Nagar-I Assistant Director. 52. 56. 40. 46. 36. Sirsa 01666-247009 Labour Welfare Officer (W). Fatehabad Labour Welfare Officer (W). Faridabad-IV Labour-cum-Conciliation Officer. 43. Gurgaon-I Labour-cum-Conciliation Officer. Gurgaon-II Labour-cum-Conciliation Officer. IS&H. Jhajjar Labour-cum-Conciliation Officer.Nagar-II Assistant Director. Panipat Assistant Director. IS&H. Gurgaon-IV Labour-cum-Conciliation Officer. 41. Ambala Assistant Director. 49. 51. 53. Panipat-II Assistant Director. Gurgaon-III Labour-cum-Conciliation Officer. IS&H. 33. Panipat-I Assistant Director. 38. Mahindergargh Labour-cum-Conciliation Officer. Kurukshetra & Kaithal Assistant Director. Rohtak Labour-cum-Conciliation Officer. No. IS&H. 45. 54. 50. 44. 48. Designation Labour-cum-Conciliation Officer. Y. Hisar 01662-231110 Labour-cum-Conciliation Officer. 37. Rewari Labour-cum-Conciliation Officer. 42. Faridabad - 15 . IS&H. Jind Labour-cum-Conciliation Officer.Sr. Karnal Assistant Director. 34. Y. 35. Sonepat Telephone Office 0129-2265545 0124-2322148 0124-2309870 0124-2322148 0124-2309870 01274-221879 01251-256488 01262-210530 01664-242329 - Telephone Residence Labour-cum-Conciliation Officer. IS&H. IS&H.

58. IS&H (Chemical). IS&H. 77. 63. IS&H (Chemical). 72. Industrial Health. Gurgaon-I Assistant Director. Industrial Health. 61. IS&H (Chemical). Rewari & Mahndergarh Assistant Director. IS&H. 60. 74. 59. Faridabad-III Assistant Director. Industrial Health. 73. IS&H. 76. Hisar Medical Officer. 64. Bhiwani Assistant Director. Faridabad-I Assistant Director. Panipat Assistant Director. 65. Ambala Medical Officer. IS&H. Designation Assistant Director. IS&H. Hisar Telephone Office - Telephone Residence 16 . IS&H (Chemical). Rohtak & Jhajjar Assistant Director. IS&H. 57. IS&H. Faridabad Assistant Director. Hisar & Jind Assistant Director. IS&H (Chemical). IS&H. 71. IS&H. 66.Sr. Gurgaon Assistant Director. Ambala Assistant Director. IS&H. Faridabad-IV Assistant Director. Panipat Medical Officer. Gurgaon-III Assistant Director. No. 62. Guragon-II Assistant Director. IS&H. 67. 70. Sirsa & Fatehabad Assistant Director. 69. Industrial Health. Faridabad-II Assistant Director. 75. IS&H. Gurgaon Medical Officer. 68.

IS&H Certifying Surgeon 10000-325-15200 2 Labour –cum – 6500-200-8500-EB-200Conciliation Officer 10500 Labour Welfare Officer 6500-200-8500-EB-20010500 Assistant Director. 6. 15. 13. 14. Distt. Joint Labour 10000-325-13900 1 Commissioner Deputy Labour 8000-275-10200-EB7 Commissioner 275-13500 Senior Assistant 10000-325-13900 6 Director.) Additional Labour 12000-375-16500 Commissioner Additional Director. 5. Including The System Of Compensation As Provided In Its Regulations: POSTS AND SCALES: Sr. 9. Pay scale of post No. of posts Filled sanctioned 1 7 Labour Commissioner In her own IAS scale 1 (IAS) Presiding Officer In their own pay scales 7 (Addl. 7. IS&H 6500-200-8500-EB-20010500 Assistant Director. IS&H 6500-200-8500-EB-200(Chemical) 10500 Medical Officer. 1 1 0 1 1 6 6 2 25 20 5 4 12000-375-16500 + 300 1 Spl.The Monthly Remuneration Received By Each Of Its Officers And Employees. Name of Post No. 11. IS&H 10650-325-15850+ 200 1 Spl. 12. 4. & Sessions Judge) Additional Labour 12000-375-16500 Commissioner (Admn. Deputy Director. 6500-200-8500-EB-200Industrial Health 10500 27 1 22 5 4 17 . 1. IS&H 1 1 3. 8. 10. 2.

33. 20. 24. 25. 23. 28. Scale Stenographer Reader Cartographer 5500-175-8300-EB-1759000 5450-150-7100-EB-1508000 5450-150-7100-EB-1508000 5000-150-7100-EB-1507850 5000-150-7100-EB-1507850 5000-150-7100-EB-1507850 5000-150-7100-EB-1507850 5000-150-7100-EB-1507850 5000-150-7100-EB-1507850 18 ./Judgement Writer Head Statistical Assistant Legal Assistant Labour Inspector Assistant Statistical Assistant Sr. 26. 29. Editor Statistical Officer Accounts Officer Deputy District Attorney Assistant Attorney Superintendent 6500-200-8500-EB-20010500 6500-200-8500-EB-20010500 6500-200-8500-EB-20010500 8000-275-10200-EB275-13500 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 14 8 1 2 87 95 4 12 14 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 6 1 0 0 56 91 3 7 14 0 District 6500-200-8500-EB-20010500 6500-200-8500-EB-20010500 Section Officer 6500-200-9000+100 Head Assistant/Deputy 5500-175-8300-EB-175Superintendent 9000 P.Sr. 19. 16. 21. Name of Post Welfare Officer (Women) Pay scale of post 6500-200-8500-EB-20010500 No.A. 18. No. 31. 30. 27. 22. of posts Filled sanctioned 2 2 17. 32.

34. of posts Filled sanctioned 2 15 1 8 68 227 4 1 155 5 21 1 10 32 885 1 1 1 7 5 150 1 1 112 0 6 1 3 25 582 19 . 46. 37. 44. No. 40. 36. 47. 45. 39. 35.Sr. 42. 41. 38. Total Name of Post Draftsman Junior Stenographer X-ray Technician Driver Steno-typist Clerk Computor Clerk Jamadar Peon Lab Attendant Process Server/Ushar/Orderly Mali Chowkidar Sweeper Pay scale of post 5000-150-7100-EB-1507850 Scale 4000-100-4800-EB-1006000 4000-100-4800-EB-1006000 4000-100-4800-EB-1006000 + 200 Spl. 43. 3050-75-3950-EB-754590 3050-75-3950-EB-754590 3050-75-3950-EB-754590 2650-65-3300-EB-704000 2550-55-2660-EB-603200 2610-60-3150-EB-653540 2550-55-2660-EB-603200 2550-55-2660-EB-603200 2550-55-2660-EB-603200 2550-55-2660-EB-603200 No.

000 20.000 25.12. GGN etc.250 Tribunal-cum-Labour Courts.Improvement in working condition of child/ women Labour Rehabilitation of Bonded Labour TOTAL Budget sanctioned by F.Industrial Relation 101.000 2.000 28.082 001-Direction and Admn.416 1.000 Including salary component of officers and officials 79.000 15.333 59.05.000 3. 50.000 1.250 58.Working Condition & Safety (a) Inspection 102.000 7.41.46. 96.72.666 8.000 10.Working Condition & Safety (a) Inspection (P) 113.250 1.32.000 16.00.583 20 .21.D.000 7. 102.21.333 1.67.000 36.000 99.88.Improvement in working condition of child/ women Labour 004.000 1.000 8.11.000 Monthly Expenditure 6.000 Including salary component of officers and officials 8.17.000 30.000 Monthly Expenditure 3.The budget allocated to each of its agency.27.Research & Statistics Total Plan Schemes:NAME OF THE SCHEME 102. FBD.95.43. 13.11.Working Condition & Safety (b) Health 103.000 15.37.77. indicating the particulars of all plans proposed expenditure and reports on disbursement made: BUDGET POSITION 2005-2006 Non-Plan:NAME OF THE SCHEME Budget sanctioned by F.General Labour Welfare 113.000 1.D.000 15.59.

Designation And Other Particulars Of The Public Information Officers: A. Designation No. 1. Karnal Labour-cum-Conciliation Officer. 0172-2590724 0171-2533165 01732-237898 01744-290625 0184-2254781 0180-2638763 0130-2246482 0129-2269660 21 .The Names. 1. 0172-2706785 Telephone No. AT THE DEPARTMENT LEVEL State Public Information Officer Sr. 5. Secretary to Govt. Designation No. State Assistant Public Information Officer Sr. No. Panchkula Labour-Officer-cum-Conciliation Officer. 4. 3. Dy. AT THE GOVT. Faridabad-II Telephone No. Designation Labour-Officer-cum-Conciliation Officer. Yamunanagar-II Labour-Officer-cum-Conciliation Officer. Sonepat Labour-cum-Conciliation Officer. Dy. LEVEL: State Public Information Officer Sr. Superintendent (Labour Branch) B. 6. Ambala Labour-Officer-cum-Conciliation Officer. 7. 2. 1. Chandigarh) Telephone No. Labour Commissioner-II (Headquarter. 1. of Haryana Labour Department State assistant Public Information Officer Sr. 9. 0172-2701337 Telephone No. Designation No. 8. Panipat-I Labour-cum-Conciliation Officer. Kaithal Labour-cum-Conciliation Officer. Kurukshetra Labour-Officer-cum-Conciliation Officer.

20. 13.Sr. Rewari Labour-cum-Conciliation Officer. Fatehabad Labour-cum-Conciliation Officer. 18. Gurgaon-I Labour-cum-Conciliation Officer. Designation Labour-cum-Conciliation Officer. Mahindergargh Labour-cum-Conciliation Officer. Bhiwani Labour-cum-Conciliation Officer. 12. 10. 11. Hisar Labour-cum-Conciliation Officer. 19. No. 16. Sirsa Statistical Officer (Labour) Chandigarh Headquarter Telephone No. 0124-2322148 01274-221879 01251-256488 01262-210530 01664-242329 01662-231110 01666-247009 - 22 . 15. Rohtak Labour-cum-Conciliation Officer. Jind Labour-cum-Conciliation Officer. 14. 17. Jhajjar Labour-cum-Conciliation Officer.

Appellate Authority Inspector Inspector 15. 10. 12.Labour Commissioner Labour Officer-cumConciliation officer _ 1. 9. 3. Payment of Bonus Act. 2. 11. Additional Registrar Chief Conciliation Officer Inspector Inspector Inspector _ Conciliation Officer Inspector Inspector Inspector _ Conciliation Officer Authority/ Inspector Authority/ Inspector Inspector 8. Inter state Migrant Act. Maternity benefit Act. Working Journalists Act.No Name Act. 6. Industrial Disputes Act. Trade Unions Act. Equal Remuneration Act. 7. Child Labour Act. Contract Labour Act. 4. Motor Transport Workers Act. of the Labour Commissioner Joint Labour Commissioner Dy. Payment of Wages Act. Inspector Inspector 23 . Minimum Wages Act. Chief Inspector of Factories Registering & Licensing Officer Registrar Conciliation Officer Inspector Inspector Registering & Licensing Authority Inspector Chief Inspector Inspector Inspector Inspector Inspector _ _ Inspector Inspector Inspector 5. 13.AUTHORITIES UNDER THE ACT Sr. Inspector Inspector Inspector Inspector Inspector Inspector Inspector Inspector Inspector Inspector Inspector Appellate Authority/ Inspector Inspector Inspector Inspector Inspector Inspector Inspector Controlling Authority/ Inspector Authority/ Inspector Inspector 14. Factories Act. Sales Promotion Employees Act. Payment of Gratuity Act.

Act.No 24 . A. National & Festival Holidays Act.C. Director (I.S&H) 1. Workmen's Compensation Act Industrial Employment (Standing Orders) Act.No Name Act.S&H) Sr.I. Director (I.Asstt Director (I. of the Labour Commissioner Joint Labour Commissioner Dy. Punjab Shops & Commercial Estt's. Inspector Inspector Inspector Labour Officer-cumConciliation officer Competent Authority for Sanctioning Prosecutions Commissioner 17. Inspector Certifying Officer _ Inspector 19.S&H) Medical Officer Dy.Sr.Labour Commissioner 16. Director (I. Punjab Labour Welfare Fund Act.I. The Factories Act.sioner Asstt. _ _ _ 18. 1948 C. Bonded Labour Act. Inspector Inspector Inspector 20. 21.F.F Inspector Inspector Inspector Inspector Inspector Certifying Surgeon Name of the Act. Sr. _ Welfare Commissioner _ Inspector _ Inspector _ Inspector FACTORY WING Labour Commis.S&H) Addl.

No. TRADE UNIONS No. Hisar. All these Industrial Tribunal-cum-Labour Courts cover the disputes as per Schedule-I and II of the Industrial Disputes Act and are functioning under the Presiding Officers at Faridabad.of Shop's Commercial Establishment. Rohtak. 3.LABOUR COURTS The Labour Department refers the genuine disputes of industrial workers for adjudication which remain unresolved inspite of the efforts of the conciliation machinery of the State. Gurgaon. of registered Trade Union 1309 684 791 1754 3438 8631 498656 169538 121783 1330 1359 1383 1456 1468 25 . This measure aims at providing justice to the workes and managements thereby creating a sense of confidence and satisfaction among the workers. of Industrial disputes 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 9211 9674 1708 986 630 2503 3847 8772 516917 170188 121940 10761 2215 544 918 4413 2671 8972 539423 184916 156480 8716 2128 610 1434 3090 1454 9084 553189 187001 161227 6743 1737 437 26 3139 1404 9164 557285 189259 176222 5009 1174 243 63 2589 940 9265 571970 193888 187156 Settled u/S 12(3) and 2544 18(I) Withdrawn Flied/rejected Referred to adjudication Pending at the end.of Workers employed. seven industrial tribunal-cum labour courts have been set up by the State Government. Panipat and Ambala. of Workers employed. 2. No. No. 1. of registered factories No. Particulars Industrial Disputes No. For the expeditious disposal of such cases. No. STATISTICS AT A GLANCE upto October 2005 S. 4.