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3rd October.2011 To The Principal Secretary, Government of Maharashtra, Higher & Technical Education Department, Mantralaya Annex, Mumbai-400032.

Subject: - Gratuity cum Retirement Benefits Appellants: Non Teaching Staff, Muchhala Polytechnic, Sai Baba Vihar Complex, Anandnagar, Ghodbander Road, Thane 400 601

Defendants: 1) The President, Sai Shiva Educational Trust, Ground Floor, Amar Mahal, Near Chandan Cinema, A.D.Road, Juhu, Mumbai 400 049 2) The Principal, Sai Shiva Educational Trusts Muchhala Polytechnic, Sai Baba Vihar Complex, Anandnagar, Ghodbander Road, Thane 400 601 Respected Sir, Muchhala Polytechnic, Thane is managed by Sai Shiva Educational Trust. It is approved by All India Council for Technical Education, New Delhi (AICTE) & recognized by Government of Maharashtra (GOM), Directorate of Technical Education, Mumbai (DTE) & affiliated to Maharashtra State of Technical Education, Mumbai (MSBTE).The Muchhala Polytechnic was started in year 1995 as a Technical Institute in which activities of imparting knowledge of training are carried out systematically to students. Background The gratuity is a retirement benefit for long and continuous service as a provision for old age. It is earned as a matter of right on fulfilling conditions subject to which it is earned. It is not a gratuitous payment depending upon the discrimination, sweet will or fancy of the employer. Gratuity is not only a retiral benefit, but it is a reward for good, efficient and faithful service rendered for a considerable period. What is the Legal Position? The Central Government has published a Notification no. 5-42013/1/95/SS II, dated 3rd April, 1997. In exercise of the power conferred by the clause (c) of sub- clause (3) of section 1 of the Payment of Gratuity Act 1972, have extended the Act to Educational Institutions. The Central Government hereby specifies the educational institutions in which ten or more persons are employed or were employed on any day preceding 12 months as a class of establishments to which the said Act shall apply with

effect from the date of publication of this notification. Muchhala Polytechnic, Thane is an educational institution in which more than 10 persons are employed hence the said Act is applicable to them. The Payment of Gratuity Act 1972 is applicable to the non teaching employees of Muchhala polytechnic, Thane, since these employees fall within the definition of employee as contained in Section 2(e) of the said Act and hence can claim gratuity under this the Act. Who is responsible for ensuring the above?

The President, Sai Shiva Educational Trust, and the Principal, Muchhala Polytechnic, are responsible to implement the Gratuity Scheme to the employees who leaves the service after
completion of 5 years continuous service or upon death/retirement as per the Payment of Gratuity Act 1972. Definition of employee as per the Section 2(f) of the Employees Provident Fund Act, 1952 is accepted by the Management of Muchhala polytechnic, Thane and the necessary provision as per said Act are implemented, similarly it is also, now the responsibility of Management of Muchhala polytechnic, Thane to implement Gratuity Scheme as per the Payment of Gratuity Act 1972 to the Non Teaching Staff. What is being prayed under this Appeal? This appeal is made for the making the provision of insurance in respect of the liability of management to pay Gratuity to Non Teaching Staff of Muchhala polytechnic, Thane vide Section 4A of the Payment of Gratuity Act, 1972. We humbly request your good self to take necessary actions so that the Management of Muchhala Polytechnic, Thane will make necessary provision as per the Payment of Gratuity Act, 1972 to staff. Thanks Yours Truly Sr. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 Name of Employee Arun K. Hange Ashok S. Gaikwad Nisha R. Bavner Pradnya S. Gaonkar Bhanudas N. Patil Kiran R. Rane Pradeep R. Ingle Omprakash T. Borole Sambhaji K .Jadhav Ravindra S. Chaudhary Ashok Y. Nachanekar Sarita P. Patil Subhash P. Athawale Shankar S. Athawale Nilesh G. Shinge Vishanu N. Jangale Sunita S. Jadhav Laxman.A. Pawar Designation Asst. Librarian Sr. Clerk Sr. Clerk Clerk Clerk W/S Instructor W/S Instructor W/S Instructor W/S Instructor Lab. Attendant Lab. Attendant Lab. Attendant Peon Helper Helper Helper Sweeper Sweeper Signature

3rd October.2011 To The Dy. Labour Commissioner, 6th Floor, Office Complex Building, Plot No P-7, Wagle Industrial Estate, Above Labour Court, Near Mulund Check Naka, Thane (West) - 400601. Subject: - Gratuity cum Retirement Benefits Appellants: Non Teaching Staff, Muchhala Polytechnic, Sai Baba Vihar Complex, Anandnagar, Ghodbander Road, Thane 400 601

Defendants: 1) The President, Sai Shiva Educational Trust, Ground Floor, Amar Mahal, Near Chandan Cinema, A.D.Road, Juhu, Mumbai 400 049 2) The Principal, Sai Shiva Educational Trusts Muchhala Polytechnic, Sai Baba Vihar Complex, Anandnagar, Ghodbander Road, Thane 400 601 Respected Sir, Muchhala Polytechnic, Thane is managed by Sai Shiva Educational Trust. It is approved by All India Council for Technical Education, New Delhi (AICTE) & recognized by Government of Maharashtra (GOM), Directorate of Technical Education, Mumbai (DTE) & affiliated to Maharashtra State of Technical Education, Mumbai (MSBTE).The Muchhala Polytechnic was started in year 1995 as a Technical Institute in which activities of imparting knowledge of training are carried out systematically to students. Background The gratuity is a retirement benefit for long and continuous service as a provision for old age. It is earned as a matter of right on fulfilling conditions subject to which it is earned. It is not a gratuitous payment depending upon the discrimination, sweet will or fancy of the employer. Gratuity is not only a retiral benefit, but it is a reward for good, efficient and faithful service rendered for a considerable period. What is the Legal Position? The Central Government has published a Notification no. 5-42013/1/95/SS II, dated 3rd April, 1997. In exercise of the power conferred by the clause (c) of sub- clause (3) of section 1 of the Payment of Gratuity Act 1972, have extended the Act to Educational Institutions. The Central Government hereby specifies the educational institutions in which ten or more persons are employed or were employed on any day preceding 12 months as a class of establishments to which the said Act shall apply with

effect from the date of publication of this notification. Muchhala Polytechnic, Thane is an educational institution in which more than 10 persons are employed hence the said Act is applicable to them. The Payment of Gratuity Act 1972 is applicable to the non teaching employees of Muchhala polytechnic, Thane, since these employees fall within the definition of employee as contained in Section 2(e) of the said Act and hence can claim gratuity under this the Act. Who is responsible for ensuring the above?

The President, Sai Shiva Educational Trust, and the Principal, Muchhala Polytechnic, are responsible to implement the Gratuity Scheme to the employees who leaves the service after
completion of 5 years continuous service or upon death/retirement as per the Payment of Gratuity Act 1972. Definition of employee as per the Section 2(f) of the Employees Provident Fund Act, 1952 is accepted by the Management of Muchhala polytechnic, Thane and the necessary provision as per said Act are implemented, similarly it is also, now the responsibility of Management of Muchhala polytechnic, Thane to implement Gratuity Scheme as per the Payment of Gratuity Act 1972 to the Non Teaching Staff. What is being prayed under this Appeal? This appeal is made for the making the provision of insurance in respect of the liability of management to pay Gratuity to Non Teaching Staff of Muchhala polytechnic, Thane vide Section 4A of the Payment of Gratuity Act, 1972. We humbly request your good self to take necessary actions so that the Management of Muchhala Polytechnic, Thane will make necessary provision as per the Payment of Gratuity Act, 1972 to staff. Thanks Yours Truly Sr. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 Name of Employee Arun K. Hange Ashok S. Gaikwad Nisha R. Bavner Pradnya S. Gaonkar Bhanudas N. Patil Kiran R. Rane Pradeep R. Ingle Omprakash T. Borole Sambhaji K .Jadhav Ravindra S. Chaudhary Ashok Y. Nachanekar Sarita P. Patil Subhash P. Athawale Shankar S. Athawale Nilesh G. Shinge Vishanu N. Jangale Sunita S. Jadhav Laxman.A. Pawar Designation Asst. Librarian Sr. Clerk Sr. Clerk Clerk Clerk W/S Instructor W/S Instructor W/S Instructor W/S Instructor Lab. Attendant Lab. Attendant Lab. Attendant Peon Helper Helper Helper Sweeper Sweeper Signature

3rd October.2011 To The Joint Director, Technical Education Mumbai Regional Office, World Bank Project Building, Govt. Polytechnic Campus, 49-Kherwadi, Aliyawar Jung Marg, Bandra (East), Mumbai-400 051 . Subject: - Gratuity cum Retirement Benefits Appellants: Non Teaching Staff, Muchhala Polytechnic, Sai Baba Vihar Complex, Anandnagar, Ghodbander Road, Thane 400 601

Defendants: 1) The President, Sai Shiva Educational Trust, Ground Floor, Amar Mahal, Near Chandan Cinema, A.D.Road, Juhu, Mumbai 400 049 2) The Principal, Sai Shiva Educational Trusts Muchhala Polytechnic, Sai Baba Vihar Complex, Anandnagar, Ghodbander Road, Thane 400 601 Respected Sir, Muchhala Polytechnic, Thane is managed by Sai Shiva Educational Trust. It is approved by All India Council for Technical Education, New Delhi (AICTE) & recognized by Government of Maharashtra (GOM), Directorate of Technical Education, Mumbai (DTE) & affiliated to Maharashtra State of Technical Education, Mumbai (MSBTE).The Muchhala Polytechnic was started in year 1995 as a Technical Institute in which activities of imparting knowledge of training are carried out systematically to students. Background The gratuity is a retirement benefit for long and continuous service as a provision for old age. It is earned as a matter of right on fulfilling conditions subject to which it is earned. It is not a gratuitous payment depending upon the discrimination, sweet will or fancy of the employer. Gratuity is not only a retiral benefit, but it is a reward for good, efficient and faithful service rendered for a considerable period. What is the Legal Position? The Central Government has published a Notification no. 5-42013/1/95/SS II, dated 3rd April, 1997. In exercise of the power conferred by the clause (c) of sub- clause (3) of section 1 of the Payment of Gratuity Act 1972, have extended the Act to Educational Institutions. The Central Government hereby specifies the educational institutions in which ten or more persons are employed or were employed on any day preceding 12 months as a class of establishments to which the said Act shall apply with

effect from the date of publication of this notification. Muchhala Polytechnic, Thane is an educational institution in which more than 10 persons are employed hence the said Act is applicable to them. The Payment of Gratuity Act 1972 is applicable to the non teaching employees of Muchhala polytechnic, Thane, since these employees fall within the definition of employee as contained in Section 2(e) of the said Act and hence can claim gratuity under this the Act. Who is responsible for ensuring the above?

The President, Sai Shiva Educational Trust, and the Principal, Muchhala Polytechnic, are responsible to implement the Gratuity Scheme to the employees who leaves the service after
completion of 5 years continuous service or upon death/retirement as per the Payment of Gratuity Act 1972. Definition of employee as per the Section 2(f) of the Employees Provident Fund Act, 1952 is accepted by the Management of Muchhala polytechnic, Thane and the necessary provision as per said Act are implemented, similarly it is also, now the responsibility of Management of Muchhala polytechnic, Thane to implement Gratuity Scheme as per the Payment of Gratuity Act 1972 to the Non Teaching Staff . What is being prayed under this Appeal? This appeal is made for the making the provision of insurance in respect of the liability of management to pay Gratuity to Non Teaching Staff of Muchhala polytechnic, Thane vide Section 4A of the Payment of Gratuity Act, 1972. We humbly request your good self to take necessary actions so that the Management of Muchhala Polytechnic, Thane will make necessary provision as per the Payment of Gratuity Act, 1972 to staff. Thanks Yours Truly Sr. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 Name of Employee Arun K. Hange Ashok S. Gaikwad Nisha R. Bavner Pradnya S. Gaonkar Bhanudas N. Patil Kiran R. Rane Pradeep R. Ingle Omprakash T. Borole Sambhaji K .Jadhav Ravindra S. Chaudhary Ashok Y. Nachanekar Sarita P. Patil Subhash P. Athawale Shankar S. Athawale Nilesh G. Shinge Vishanu N. Jangale Sunita S. Jadhav Laxman.A. Pawar Designation Asst. Librarian Sr. Clerk Sr. Clerk Clerk Clerk W/S Instructor W/S Instructor W/S Instructor W/S Instructor Lab. Attendant Lab. Attendant Lab. Attendant Peon Helper Helper Helper Sweeper Sweeper Signature

3rd October.2011 The Director, Directorate of Technical Education, 3, Mahapalika Marg, Dhobi Talao Mumbai - 400 001 Subject: - Gratuity cum Retirement Benefits Appellants: Non Teaching Staff, Muchhala Polytechnic, Sai Baba Vihar Complex, Anandnagar, Ghodbander Road, Thane 400 601

Defendants: 1) The President, Sai Shiva Educational Trust, Ground Floor, Amar Mahal, Near Chandan Cinema, A.D.Road, Juhu, Mumbai 400 049 2) The Principal, Sai Shiva Educational Trusts Muchhala Polytechnic, Sai Baba Vihar Complex, Anandnagar, Ghodbander Road, Thane 400 601 Respected Sir, Muchhala Polytechnic, Thane is managed by Sai Shiva Educational Trust. It is approved by All India Council for Technical Education, New Delhi (AICTE) & recognized by Government of Maharashtra (GOM), Directorate of Technical Education, Mumbai (DTE) & affiliated to Maharashtra State of Technical Education, Mumbai (MSBTE).The Muchhala Polytechnic was started in year 1995 as a Technical Institute in which activities of imparting knowledge of training are carried out systematically to students. Background The gratuity is a retirement benefit for long and continuous service as a provision for old age. It is earned as a matter of right on fulfilling conditions subject to which it is earned. It is not a gratuitous payment depending upon the discrimination, sweet will or fancy of the employer. Gratuity is not only a retiral benefit, but it is a reward for good, efficient and faithful service rendered for a considerable period. What is the Legal Position? The Central Government has published a Notification no. 5-42013/1/95/SS II, dated 3rd April, 1997. In exercise of the power conferred by the clause (c) of sub- clause (3) of section 1 of the Payment of Gratuity Act 1972, have extended the Act to Educational Institutions. The Central Government hereby specifies the educational institutions in which ten or more persons are employed or were employed on any day preceding 12 months as a class of establishments to which the said Act shall apply with effect from the date of publication of this notification. Muchhala Polytechnic, Thane is an educational institution in which more than 10 persons are employed hence the said Act is applicable to them.

The Payment of Gratuity Act 1972 is applicable to the non teaching employees of Muchhala polytechnic, Thane, since these employees fall within the definition of employee as contained in Section 2(e) of the said Act and hence can claim gratuity under this the Act. Who is responsible for ensuring the above?

The President, Sai Shiva Educational Trust, and the Principal, Muchhala Polytechnic, are responsible to implement the Gratuity Scheme to the employees who leaves the service after
completion of 5 years continuous service or upon death/retirement as per the Payment of Gratuity Act 1972. Definition of employee as per the Section 2(f) of the Employees Provident Fund Act, 1952 is accepted by the Management of Muchhala polytechnic, Thane and the necessary provision as per said Act are implemented, similarly it is also now the responsibility of Management of Muchhala polytechnic, Thane to implement Gratuity Scheme as per the Payment of Gratuity Act 1972 to the Non Teaching Staff . What is being prayed under this Appeal? This appeal is made for the making the provision of insurance in respect of the liability of management to pay Gratuity to Non Teaching Staff of Muchhala polytechnic, Thane vide Section 4A of the Payment of Gratuity Act, 1972. We humbly request your good self to take necessary actions so that the Management of Muchhala Polytechnic, Thane will make necessary provision as per the Payment of Gratuity Act, 1972 to staff. Thanks Yours Truly Sr. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 Name of Employee Arun K. Hange Ashok S. Gaikwad Nisha R. Bavner Pradnya S. Gaonkar Bhanudas N. Patil Kiran R. Rane Pradeep R. Ingle Omprakash T. Borole Sambhaji K .Jadhav Ravindra S. Chaudhary Ashok Y. Nachanekar Sarita P. Patil Subhash P. Athawale Shankar S. Athawale Nilesh G. Shinge Vishanu N. Jangale Sunita S. Jadhav Laxman.A. Pawar Designation Asst. Librarian Sr. Clerk Sr. Clerk Clerk Clerk W/S Instructor W/S Instructor W/S Instructor W/S Instructor Lab. Attendant Lab. Attendant Lab. Attendant Peon Helper Helper Helper Sweeper Sweeper Signature

3rd October.2011 The Chairman, Shikshan Shulka Samiti Room No:-305, 3rd Floor, Government Polytechnic Building, 49, Kherwadi, Ali Yawar Jung Marg, Bandra (E), Mumbai - 400 051. Subject: - Gratuity cum Retirement Benefits Appellants: Non Teaching Staff, Muchhala Polytechnic, Sai Baba Vihar Complex, Anandnagar, Ghodbander Road, Thane 400 601

Defendants: 1) The President, Sai Shiva Educational Trust, Ground Floor, Amar Mahal, Near Chandan Cinema, A.D.Road, Juhu, Mumbai 400 049 2) The Principal, Sai Shiva Educational Trusts Muchhala Polytechnic, Sai Baba Vihar Complex, Anandnagar, Ghodbander Road, Thane 400 601 Respected Sir, Muchhala Polytechnic, Thane is managed by Sai Shiva Educational Trust. It is approved by All India Council for Technical Education, New Delhi (AICTE) & recognized by Government of Maharashtra (GOM), Directorate of Technical Education, Mumbai (DTE) & affiliated to Maharashtra State of Technical Education, Mumbai (MSBTE).The Muchhala Polytechnic was started in year 1995 as a Technical Institute in which activities of imparting knowledge of training are carried out systematically to students. Background The gratuity is a retirement benefit for long and continuous service as a provision for old age. It is earned as a matter of right on fulfilling conditions subject to which it is earned. It is not a gratuitous payment depending upon the discrimination, sweet will or fancy of the employer. Gratuity is not only a retiral benefit, but it is a reward for good, efficient and faithful service rendered for a considerable period. What is the Legal Position? The Central Government has published a Notification no. 5-42013/1/95/SS II, dated 3rd April, 1997. In exercise of the power conferred by the clause (c) of sub- clause (3) of section 1 of the Payment of Gratuity Act 1972, have extended the Act to Educational Institutions. The Central Government hereby specifies the educational institutions in which ten or more persons are employed or were employed on any day preceding 12 months as a class of establishments to which the said Act shall apply with

effect from the date of publication of this notification. Muchhala Polytechnic, Thane is an educational institution in which more than 10 persons are employed hence the said Act is applicable to them. The Payment of Gratuity Act 1972 is applicable to the non teaching employees of Muchhala polytechnic, Thane, since these employees fall within the definition of employee as contained in Section 2(e) of the said Act and hence can claim gratuity under this the Act. Who is responsible for ensuring the above?

The President, Sai Shiva Educational Trust, and the Principal, Muchhala Polytechnic, are responsible to implement the Gratuity Scheme to the employees who leaves the service after
completion of 5 years continuous service or upon death/retirement as per the Payment of Gratuity Act 1972. Definition of employee as per the Section 2(f) of the Employees Provident Fund Act, 1952 is accepted by the Management of Muchhala polytechnic, Thane and the necessary provision as per said Act are implemented, similarly it is also now the responsibility of Management of Muchhala polytechnic, Thane to implement Gratuity Scheme as per the Payment of Gratuity Act 1972 to the Non Teaching Staff . What is being prayed under this Appeal? This appeal is made for the making the provision of insurance in respect of the liability of management to pay Gratuity to Non Teaching Staff of Muchhala polytechnic, Thane vide Section 4A of the Payment of Gratuity Act, 1972. We humbly request your good self to take necessary actions so that the Management of Muchhala Polytechnic, Thane will make necessary provision as per the Payment of Gratuity Act, 1972 to staff. Thanks Yours Truly Sr. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 Name of Employee Arun K. Hange Ashok S. Gaikwad Nisha R. Bavner Pradnya S. Gaonkar Bhanudas N. Patil Kiran R. Rane Pradeep R. Ingle Omprakash T. Borole Sambhaji K .Jadhav Ravindra S. Chaudhary Ashok Y. Nachanekar Sarita P. Patil Subhash P. Athawale Shankar S. Athawale Nilesh G. Shinge Vishanu N. Jangale Sunita S. Jadhav Laxman.A. Pawar Designation Asst. Librarian Sr. Clerk Sr. Clerk Clerk Clerk W/S Instructor W/S Instructor W/S Instructor W/S Instructor Lab. Attendant Lab. Attendant Lab. Attendant Peon Helper Helper Helper Sweeper Sweeper Signature

3rd October.2011 The Regional Officer, All India Council for Technical Education, Western Regional Office, Industrial Assurance Building, Second Floor, Opp. Churchgate Station, Mumbai.400 020 Subject: - Gratuity cum Retirement Benefits Appellants: Non Teaching Staff, Muchhala Polytechnic, Sai Baba Vihar Complex, Anandnagar, Ghodbander Road, Thane 400 601

Defendants: 1) The President, Sai Shiva Educational Trust, Ground Floor, Amar Mahal, Near Chandan Cinema, A.D.Road, Juhu, Mumbai 400 049 2) The Principal, Sai Shiva Educational Trusts Muchhala Polytechnic, Sai Baba Vihar Complex, Anandnagar, Ghodbander Road, Thane 400 601 Respected Sir, Muchhala Polytechnic, Thane is managed by Sai Shiva Educational Trust. It is approved by All India Council for Technical Education, New Delhi (AICTE) & recognized by Government of Maharashtra (GOM), Directorate of Technical Education, Mumbai (DTE) & affiliated to Maharashtra State of Technical Education, Mumbai (MSBTE).The Muchhala Polytechnic was started in year 1995 as a Technical Institute in which activities of imparting knowledge of training are carried out systematically to students. Background The gratuity is a retirement benefit for long and continuous service as a provision for old age. It is earned as a matter of right on fulfilling conditions subject to which it is earned. It is not a gratuitous payment depending upon the discrimination, sweet will or fancy of the employer. Gratuity is not only a retiral benefit, but it is a reward for good, efficient and faithful service rendered for a considerable period. What is the Legal Position? The Central Government has published a Notification no. 5-42013/1/95/SS II, dated 3rd April, 1997. In exercise of the power conferred by the clause (c) of sub- clause (3) of section 1 of the Payment of Gratuity Act 1972, have extended the Act to Educational Institutions. The Central Government hereby specifies the educational institutions in which ten or more persons are employed or were employed on any day preceding 12 months as a class of establishments to which the said Act shall apply with effect from the date of publication of this notification. Muchhala Polytechnic, Thane is an educational institution in which more than 10 persons are employed hence the said Act is applicable to them.

The Payment of Gratuity Act 1972 is applicable to the non teaching employees of Muchhala polytechnic, Thane, since these employees fall within the definition of employee as contained in Section 2(e) of the said Act and hence can claim gratuity under this the Act. Who is responsible for ensuring the above?

The President, Sai Shiva Educational Trust, and the Principal, Muchhala Polytechnic, are responsible to implement the Gratuity Scheme to the employees who leaves the service after
completion of 5 years continuous service or upon death/retirement as per the Payment of Gratuity Act 1972. Definition of employee as per the Section 2(f) of the Employees Provident Fund Act, 1952 is accepted by the Management of Muchhala polytechnic, Thane and the necessary provision as per said Act are implemented, similarly it is also now the responsibility of Management of Muchhala polytechnic, Thane to implement Gratuity Scheme as per the Payment of Gratuity Act 1972 to the Non Teaching Staff . What is being prayed under this Appeal? This appeal is made for the making the provision of insurance in respect of the liability of management to pay Gratuity to Non Teaching Staff of Muchhala polytechnic, Thane vide Section 4A of the Payment of Gratuity Act, 1972. We humbly request your good self to take necessary actions so that the Management of Muchhala Polytechnic, Thane will make necessary provision as per the Payment of Gratuity Act, 1972 to staff. Thanks Yours Truly Sr. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 Name of Employee Arun K. Hange Ashok S. Gaikwad Nisha R. Bavner Pradnya S. Gaonkar Bhanudas N. Patil Kiran R. Rane Pradeep R. Ingle Omprakash T. Borole Sambhaji K .Jadhav Ravindra S. Chaudhary Ashok Y. Nachanekar Sarita P. Patil Subhash P. Athawale Shankar S. Athawale Nilesh G. Shinge Vishanu N. Jangale Sunita S. Jadhav Laxman.A. Pawar Designation Asst. Librarian Sr. Clerk Sr. Clerk Clerk Clerk W/S Instructor W/S Instructor W/S Instructor W/S Instructor Lab. Attendant Lab. Attendant Lab. Attendant Peon Helper Helper Helper Sweeper Sweeper Signature