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Order Delegating Powers of Labour Commissioner to Development Commissioner

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PROCEEDINGS OF THE GOVERNMENT OF KARNATAKA
 
 
 
Sub : State Policy for Special Economic Zone, Hassan District .
 
Read:
 
1.  Notification No.79/2000-CUS & No.41/2000-CE dated 26.5.2000 issued by the Government of India in the Department of Revenue, Ministry of Finance.
 
2.  G.O.No.CI/94/SPI/2001, dated: 19.4.2001
 
3.  G.O.No.CI/282/SPI/2001, dated:25.2.2002
 
Preamble:
 
Government of India , as a measure to boost exports from the country has proposed to establish Special Economic Zones. A Notification read at Sl. No.(1) above is also issued to provide for a duty free enclave of Export units within the Special Economic Zone. In order to utilize the benefits available under the Government of India guidelines for the Special Economic Zone and to achieve the twin objectives of attracting investments and augmenting exports from the State, the State Government vide order read at Sl.No. (2) above has approved the establishment of a SEZ at Hassan. In the Government Order read at Sl.No.(3) above the State Government has formulated a State Policy for SEZ at Hassan. Infrastructure Development Corporation of Karnataka (IDCK) has prepared a Techno Economic Feasibility Study, Environment Impact Assessment Study and Social Impact Assessment Study for the Hassan SEZ. These reports have been forwarded to Government of India requesting for a formal approval for the Hassan SEZ project. Government of India has considered this request in the meeting of the Board of Approvals constituted for a Special Economic Zone projects and has observed that the approval can be considered only after the State Government issues Notifications/Orders through concerned Departments/Agencies of the State Government for implementation of various provisions in the State Policy for SEZ.
 
Therefore it is proposed to issue Notifications for implementation of the provisions of the State Policy for SEZ.
 
The matter has been examined in detail and it has been felt that there should be a policy at the State Level governing the establishment and functioning of Special Economic Zone.
 
Hence the following orders:
 
 
GOVERNMENT ORDER No. DD 116 KABANI 2002 (Part) BANGALORE, Dated: 5.5.2003
 
In the circumstances explained in the Preamble portion of the Order, Government is pleased to delegate all the powers of Labour Commissioner under the following Acts and Rules framed there under to the Development Commissioners of SEZs in Karnataka to exercise these powers over the units within the SEZ.
 
1) Trade Union Act, 1926
2) Industrial Employment (Standing Orders) 1946
3) I.D. Act, 1947
4) Contract Labour (R&A) Act, 1966
5) Inter State Migrant Workers (Regulation of Employment and conditions of Service) Act, 1963
6) The Minimum Wages Act, 1948
6) The Minimum Wages Act, 1948
7) The Payment of Bonus Act, 1965
8) The Equal Remuneration Act, 1967
 
Government has also decided to post a Senior Inspector of Factories and a Senior Inspector of Boilers in the Office of Development Commissioners SEZs to accord all necessary clearances/approvals relating to various Labour Laws.
 
BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF
THE GOVERNOR OF KARNATAKA
Sd/-
(B H Umapathy)
Under Secretary to Government,
Labour Department,
(Factories & Boilers)
 
 
   
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