1.       G.S.R.378(E), [24/7/1978] - The Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Cess Rules, 1978

2.       G.S.R.58(E), [27/2/1975] - The Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Rules, 1975

3.       Central Board for the Prevention and Control of Water Pollution (Procedure for Transaction of Business) Rules, 1975 amended 1976

 

WATER (PREVENTION AND CONTROL OF POLLUTION) CESS RULES, 1978

MINISTRY OF WORKS AND HOUSING

NOTIFICATION

New Delhi, the 24th July, 1978

G.S.R. 378(E).--In exercise of the powers conferred by section 17 of the Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Cess Act, 1977 (36 of 1977), the Central Government hereby makes the following rules namely:--

1. Short title and commencement.

(a) These rules may be called the Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Cess Rules, 1978;

(b) They shall come into force on the date of their publication in the official Gazette;

2. Definitions.

In these rules, unless the context otherwise requires :--

(a) "Act" means the Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Cess Act, 1977 (36 of 1977);

(b) "assessing authority" means--

1[(i) in relation to a Union Territory the Member Secretary of the Central Pollution Control Board or any person or body of person as the Central government may specify, and]

(ii) in relation to a State, the member-secretary of the State Board:

(c) "consumer" means a person of local authority by whom the cess under sub-section (1) of section 3 is payable under sub-section (2) of that section;

(d) "form" means a form annexed to these rules;

(e) "section" means a section of the Act;

(f) "State Government", in relation to a Union Territory, means the Administrator thereof appointed under article 239 of the Constitution.

3. Standards of the meters and places where they are to be affixed.

(1) For the purposes of measuring and recording the quantity of water reconsumed, every consumer shall affix water meters, venturi meters or Orifice meters with integrators and recorders in conformity with the standards laid down by the Indian Standards Institution and where no standards have been laid down by that institution in conformity with such standard as may be specified by the Board.

(2) Wherever the meters referred to in sub-section (1) are not available, the consumer shall instal Vee notches or rectangular, notches with indicators and records or pressure gauges and pumping installations, after obtaining the permission of the assessing authority.

(3) Every consumer shall provide a separate meter for assessing the quantity of water used for each of the four purpose mentioned in column (1) of Schedule II to the Act.

(4) The meters shall be affixed at the entrance of the water supply connections within the premises of the consumer or at any other place to be approved by the assessing authority, so that such meters are easily accessible for inspection and maintenance and for other purposes of the Act:

Provided that the place where the meter is affixed shall, in no case be at a point before which water has been tapped by the consumer for utilisation for any purpose whatsoever.

4. Furnishing of returns.

2[(1) Every consumer shall furnish on or before the 5th of every calendar month, to the assessing authority, a return in Form 1 showing the quantity of water consumed in the previous month.]

3[(2) If the Consumer fails to submit the return as specified in sub-rule (1) the assessing authority or the officer authorised in this regard shall issue a notice in form IA.]

5. Manner of payment of the cess to the Central Government and the time within which it shall be paid.

(1) Every State Government shall remit to the Central Government, the amount of cess collected from the consumer before the 10th day of the calendar month succeeding the month in which it is collected from the consumer.

(2) The amount of cess referred to in sub-rule (1) shall be remitted to the Central Government in the form of a bank draft in favour of the Pay and Accounts Officer, Ministry of Works and Housing, New Delhi in whose books of accounts, the receipts would be adjusted finally.

(3) On receiving the bank draft, the Ministry of Works and Housing shall remit through a Challan into the reserve Bank of India, New Delhi, for the purpose of crediting under relevant Major Head.

6. Rebate.

Where a consumer installs any plant for the treatment of sewage or trade effluent, such consumer shall be entitled to the rebate under section 7 on and from the expiry of fifteen days from the date on which such plant is successfully commissioned and so long as it functions successfully.

4[Provided that a Consumer shall not be entitled to the rebate if he;

(a) Consumes water in excess of the maximum quantity specified in column (3) of the First Schedule appended to these rules for the category of industries specified in the corresponding entry in column (3) relating to the specified industry given in column (2) thereto or

(b) Fails to comply with any of the provisions of section 25 of the Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act, 1974 (6 of 1974) or any of the standards laid down by the Central Government under the Environment (Protection) Act, 1986 (29 of 1986).]

7. Powers to be exercised by the Officer or the Authority of the State Government under section 9.

The Officer or authority of the State Government specially empowered under section 9 shall have in addition to the powers referred to in clauses (a) and (b) of than section, the power to:--

(i) inspect the manufacturing process or plants of the consumer;

(ii) inspect the water supply systems and installations in the plant of the consumer;

(iii) inspect waste treatment system and installations in the plant of the consumer;

(iv) inspect the drainage system and installations, including storm water disposal in the plant of the consumer;

(v) call for and inspect records relating to the use and consumption of materials and water, and those relating to production, in the plant of the consumer;

(vi) call for and inspect the records relating to power consumption in the plant of the consumer; and

(vii) call for any other information or records relating to the supply, consumption and treatment of water in the plant of the consumer.

8. Authority to impose penalty under section 11.

The authority to impose penalty under section 11 shall be the assessing authority.

9. Appeal.

(1) Any consumer aggrieved by an order of assessment made under section 6 or by an order imposing penalty made under section 11 may appeal in Form 11 annexed hereto, to a Committee (hereinafter referred to as the appellate committee) consisting of--

(a) where the assessing authority is the member-secretary of the Central Board, the Chairman of the Board, who shall be the Chairman of the committee, and two members of that Board, to be nominated by the Chairman thereof;

(b) where the assessing authority is the member-secretary of the State Board the Chairman of that Board who shall be chairman of the Committee, and two members of that Board, to be nominated by the Chairman thereof.

(2) Such appeal shall state the facts of the case and the grounds relied upon by the appellant for preferring the appeal and shall be accompanied by a copy f the order of assessment made under section 6 or a copy of the order imposing penalty made under section 11, as the case may be.

(3) Such appeal shall be preferred within a period of thirty days from the date of communication of the order of assessment or the order imposing penalty on the appellant:

Provided that if the Chairman of the appellate committee is satisfied that there was good and sufficient reason for the delay in preferring the appeal, he may, for reasons to be recorded in writing allow the appeal to be preferred after the expiry of the aforesaid period f thirty days and before the expiry of forty-five days from the date of communication of the order of assessment, or the order imposing penalty, on the appellant.

(4) Every appeal shall be accompanied by a fees of rupees fifty.

[No. Q. 17013/1/78-EPC]

MIR NASRULLAH, Jt. Secy.

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  FORM I
 (See rule 4)
Return regarding Water consumed during the month of........................
_____________________________________________________________________
Name Purpose Reading Reading Quantity If the Quantity Remark 
and for which at the at the of water meter of water (*)
Address water begin- end of consumed was out qualif-
of the consumed ning the last in Kilo order ing for 
consumer of the day of litres, onthly rebate 
first the consump- according
 day of calendar tion to the 
calendar month of water assessee. 
month under for the
 under report, previous
 report 3 months
 working
 period.
 
_____________________________________________________________________
 
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
_____________________________________________________________________
1. Industrial cooling (i) from Municipal water supply mains
 spraying in mine pits (ii) from well/tubewell
 or boiler feed. (iii) from canal
 (iv) from river
 (v) from any other source.
 
2. Domestic purpose, (i) from Municipal water supply mains.
 (ii) from well/tubewell
 (iii) from canal
 (iv) from river.
 (v) from any other source
 
3. Processing whereby (i) from Municipal water supply mains.
 water gets polluted (ii) from well/tubewell
 and the pollutants (iii) from canal
 are easily bio- (iv) from river.
 degradable. (v) from any other source.
 
4. Processing whereby (i) from Municipal water supply mains.
 water gets polluted (ii) from well/tubewell
 and the pollutants (iii) from canal
 are not easily bio- (iv) from river.
 degradable and are (v) from any other source.
 toxic.
_____________________________________________________________________
(*) for claiming rebate under col. 7 the assessee shall indicate in
 this column the analytical and other reports annexed to this
 return in support of this claim
 Signature of the consumer
 Name
 Address
 
 
 
 ANNEXURE TO FORM I
 
Report of Analysis of treated effluent showing performance of
the treatment plantFor the month of...............................
 
 Sample collected on...............................
 Sample tested on...................................
 By the laboratories.................................
 
_____________________________________________________________________
S. Pollutting Maximum Concent- Dates on which
 parameters permissible ration ------------------------
No. as mentioned limits or of range There was On which
 in the range of break under
 conditions allowed parame- down or Performance
 imposed as per ters as failure was noticed
 under consent per of the
 consent conditions report plant
 granted
 under
 section
 25/26 of
 the Water
 (Prevention
 amd Control
 of Pollution)
 act, 1974
_____________________________________________________________________
1 2 3 4 5 6
_____________________________________________________________________
 
 Signature......................................
 Dale............................................
 Name..........................................
 Address........................................
_____________________________________________________________________
 

5[FORM IA

[See rule 4(2)]

Name of the Board:

No. Dated:

Notice under Section 5(2) of the Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Cess Act, 1977) (36 of 1977)

To

Name and Address of the Consumer:

Assessment period:

Whereas you were required to furnish a return as provided under sub-section (1) of Section 5 of the Water (Prevention & Control of Pollution) Cess Act, 1977 (36 of 1977) read with the sub-rule (1) of Rule 4 of the Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Cess Rules, 1978, by the 5th of- And whereas you have failed to furnish the return by the said date:

 
Now, therefore, you are here by called upon to furnish the return
within 7 days from the date of receipt of this Notice.
 
In case no return is received within the said period of 7 days,
action will be taken for making assessment as per sub-section (I A)
of section 6 of the aforesaid Act, ex-parte. besides initiating any
other legal action as per law against you.
 
 Issuing authority
Place: Name :.............................
 
Date: Address:............................
 ............................
 
 
 
 FORM II
  (See rule 9)
  (FORM OF MEMORANDUM OF APPEAL)
 
Before............................(**)................................
(here mention the name and designation of the authority)
 
Memorandum of appeal under section 13 of the Water (Prevention and
Control of Pollution) Cess Act, 1977.
Appeal No............................of 19......
 
(here furnish complete postal address)
 
.....................................Appellant
 
Vs.
-------------------------------
------------------------------
------------------------------
 
(here mention the name and designation of
assessing authority)
 
 ................................Respondent
 
The appellant named above, begs to prefer this memorandum of
appeal against the order dated...............passed by...............
.....................on the following facts and grounds:
 
 FACTS
 (here briefly mention the facts of the case)
 
 GROUND
 
 (here mention the grounds on which lhe appeal is made)
1.
 
2.
 
3.
 
4.
 PRAYER
 
In the light of what is stated above, the appellant respectfully
prays that he/she/it may be exempted from the payment of Cess.
 
he/she/it may be allowed a rebate of 70 per cent as provided
for in the Act and the amount of Cess reduced to Rs..............
the amount of Cess has not been correctly assessed and that it may
be reduced lo Rs...............
 
the penalty imposed on him/her/it has been wrongfully imposed and
should be set aside.
 
the penalty imposed on him/her/it is excessive and should be
suitably reduced on the basis of the facts as stated.
 
2. The amount of Rs......................... (Rupees..............)
as fee for this appeal has been paid to.................. vide receipt
No.................................... dated.........................
 
Place: Signature of the Appellant
Date: Name
 Address
 
 
 
 6SCHEDULE
 (See rule 6)
_____________________________________________________________________
SI. No. Name of Industry Category Maximum quantity of Water
_____________________________________________________________________
 
1. Ferrous Metallurgical Integrated 20 Cubic metres per 
steel. Iron & Steel tonne of finished
 
2. Non-ferrous (a) Copper 100 Cubic metres per 
Metallurgical Smelters tone of copper
 produced.
 
 (b) Zinc Smelters 50 Cubic metres per
 tonne of Zinc metal
 produced. 
 
3. Chemical (a) Caustic Soda
 (i) Mercury cell 5 Cubic metres per 
process. tonne of caustic soda 
produced (excluding
 cooling water) and 5
 cubic metres per tonne
 of caustic soda
 produced for cooling
 water.
 
 (ii) 5 Cubic metres per tone
 of caustic soda
 including cooling water.
 
4. Textile (a) Man made
 fibre. 
(i) Nylon & 170 Cubic metre per 
Polyester. tonne fibre produced.
 (ii)Viscose 200 Cubic metre per tone 
rayon of fibre produced
 
5. Paper (a) Small Pulp 
and paper
 
 (i) Agro-residue 200 Cubic metre tonne 
based of paper
 (ii) Waste Paper 75 Cubic metre tonne of 
based paper
 (b) Large Pulp 
& Paper
 (i) Pulp and 250 Cubic metre per 
Paper tonne of paper.
 (ii) Rayon grade 200 Cubic metre per 
paper. tonne of paper
 (a)Straight 
nitrogenous 15 Cubic metre per 
fertilizer. tonne of urea or
 equivalent
 produced.
 
6. Fertilizer (b) Straight 2 Cubic metre per 
phosphate tonne of Single
 and Triple Super Phosphate/
 super phosp- Triple super
 hate) ex- phosphate.
 including
 manufacture
 of any acid
 
(c) Complex 15 cubic metre per 
Fertilizer tonne in case the
 primary product is
 nitrogenous
 fertilizer and
 2 cubic metre per
 tonne in case the
 primary product is
 a phosphatic fertilizer.
 
7. Processing of animal (a) Tanneries 30 cubic metre per 
or vegetable products tonne of raw hide.
 industry (b) Natural rubber 6 cubic metre per
 including processing of tonne of rubber
 milk meat hides and (c) Starch, 10 cubic metre per 
skins all glucose tonne of maize
 agricultural and related 
products and t products
 heir waste, (d) Dairy 4 cubic metre per
 kilo litre of milk.
 (e)Jute 1.5 cubic metre per
 tonne of jute
 produced.
 
 (f) Sugar 2 cubic metre per
 tonne of cane
 crushed.
 
 (g)Maltry 8.5 cubic metre per
 tonne of grain
 processed.
 
 (h) Brewery 1 cubic metre per kilo
 litre of beer
 produced.
 
 (i) Distillery 15 Cubic metre per kilo
 litre of alcohol produced.
_____________________________________________________________________

[No. 1(14)/91-PL/CPA]

N. BAGCHI, Director Pollution

Footnote :- The Principal Rules were published in the Gazette of India vide Notification G. S. R. 378(E) dated the 4th July, 1978.


1 Substituted by Rule 2 of the Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Cess Amendment Rules, 1991 Published in the Gazette notification No. G.S.R. 504(E) dt. 25-7-1991.

2&3 Renumbered by Rule 2 of the Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Cess Amendment Rules, 1992, G.S.R. 311 (E) dated 28.2.1992.

4 Added by Rule 3 of the Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Cess Amendment Rules 1992, G.S.R. 311(E), dated 28.2.1992.

5 Inserted by Rub 4 of the Water (Prevention & Control of Pollution) Cess Amendment Rules, 1992, G.S.R. 311 (E), dated 28.2.1992.

6 Added by Rule S of the Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Cess Amendment Rules, 1992, G.S.R. 311 (E) dated 28-2-1992.


MINISTRY OF ENVIRONMENT AND FORESTS

NOTIFICATION

New Delhi, the 28th February, 1992

S.O. 182(E).-In exercise of the powers conferred by sub-section (2) and sub-section (2A) of section 3 of the Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Cess Act, 1977 (36 of 1977) and in supersession of the notification of the Government of India in the Ministry of Works and Housing number G.S.R. 190(E), dated the 23rd March, 1978 except as respects things done or omitted to be done before such supersession, the Central Government hereby specifies-

(a) the rate of cess given in column (2) of the Table below as the rates of cess payable by every person carrying on an industry specified in Schedule I of the aforesaid Act and by every local authority, calculated on the basis of the Water consumed by him or it for the purpose mentioned in the corresponding entry in column (1) thereof; and

(b) the rates of cess given in column (3) of the Table below as the rates of cess payable by a person carrying on an industry specified in Schedule I of the aforesaid Act and by every local authority consuming water for domestic purpose calculated on the basis of the water consumed by him or it, for the purpose mentioned in the corresponding entry in column (1) thereof if he or it fails to comply with any of the provisions of section 25 of the Water (prevention. and Control of Pollution3 Act, 1974 (6 of 1974) or any of the standards laid down by (the Central Government under the Environment (Protection) Act, 1986 (29 of 1986).

TABLE

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Purpose for which water is consumed Rate of cess under sub-section   Rate of cess under sub
  (2) of section 3.  section (2A) of section 3.
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1. Industrial cooling, spraying in mine  One and a half paise per kilolitre  Two and one-fourlh paise
 pits or boiler feeds.  per kilolitre
 
2. Domestic purpose Two paise per kilo litre Three paise per kilo litre
 
3. Processing whereby water gets  Four paise per kilolitre Seven and a half paise per kilo litre.
 polluted and the pollutants are easily
 bio-degradable.
 
4. Processing whereby water gets  Five paise per kilo litre Nine and a half peuse per kilo
 polluted and the pollutants are not  litre.
 easily bio-degradable.
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[No. 1(14)91-PL/CPA]

N. BAGCHI, Director, Control of Pollution

Published in the Gazette No. 166 dt 5.3.1992

 

 

THE WATER (PREVENTION AND CONTROL OF POLLUTION) RULES, 1975

[Dated the 27th February. 1975]

1[G.S.R. 58(E).-In exercise of the powers conferred by section 63 of the Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act, 1974 (6 of 1974) the Central Government after consultation with Central Board for the Prevention and Control of Water Pollution, hereby makes the following rules, namely:-

CHAPTER I
PRELIMINARY

1. Short title and commencement.

(1) These rules may be caned-the Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Rules, 1975.

(2) They shall come into force on the date of their publication m the Of ficial Gazette.

2. Definitions.

In these rules unless the context otherwise requires:

(a) "Act" means the Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act,

(b) "Chairman" means the Chairman of the Central Board;

(c) "Central Board Laboratory" means a laboratory established or recognised as such under sub-section (3) of section 16;

(d) "Central Water Laboratory" means a laboratory established or specified as such under sub-section (I) of section 51;

(e) "Form" means a form set out in Schedule I;

(f) "Member" means a member of the Central Board and includes the Chairman thereof;

(g) "Member-Secretary" means the Member-Secretary of the Central Board;

(h) "Section" means a section of the Act;

(i) "Schedule" means a schedule appended to these rules;

(j) "Year" means the financial year commencing on the first day of April.



CHAPTER 2
TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SERVICE OF THE MEMBERS OF THE CENTRAL BOARD AND OF COMMITTEES OF CENTRAL BOARD

3. Salaries, allowances and other conditions of service of the Chairman.

(1) The Chairman shall be paid a fixed monthly salary of Rs. 3000.

2[(2) (a) in addition to the salary specified in sub-rule (1), the chairman shall be entitled to city compensatory allowance and house rent allowance as admissible to a Central government servant in terms of Ministry of Finance (Department of Expenditure) O.M. No. 2(3)-E. II(B)/64, dated the 27th November, 1965

Provided that where the Chairman is allotted an accommodation by the Central Government, he shall not be entitled to house rent allowance and shall be required to pay ten per cent of the emoluments drawn by him as house rent or license fee.

(b) in respect of journeys undertaken by the Chairman in connection with his duties as Chairman, he shall be entitled to travelling allowance and daily allowance at the rates permissible in the case of a government officer of equivalent rank under the Supplementary Rules of the Central Government:

(c) the Central Board shall provide to the Chairman, medical facilities as admissible to an office of the Central Government drawing salary of Rs. 3000/- per mensem.]

(3) Notwithstanding anything contained in sub-rules (1) and (2), where a

Government servant is appointed as Chairman, the terms and conditions of his service shall be such as may be specified by the Central Government from time to time.

4. Salaries, allowances and other conditions of service of Member-Secretary.

(l) The Member-Secretary shall be paid a monthly pay in the scale of Rs. 2250-125-2500.

(2) (a) In addition to the salary specified in sub-rule (1) the Member-Secretary shall be entitled to city compensatory allowance and house rent allowance as admissible to a Central Government servant in terms of Ministry of Finance (Department of Expenditure) O.M. No. 2(3)-E. II(b)/64, dated the 27th November, 1965:

Provided that where the Member-Secretary is allotted an accommodation by the Central Government he shall not be entitled to house rent allowance and shall be required to pay ten per cent-of the emolument drawn by him as house rent or license fee.

(b) in respect of journeys undertaken by the Member-Secretary in connection with his duties as Member-Secretary he shall be entitled to travelling allowance and daily allowance at the rates permissible in the case of a Government Officer of equivalent rank under the Supplementary Rules of the Central Government;

(c) the Central Board shall provide to the Member-Secretary, medical facilities as admissible to an officer of the Central Government drawing salary in the scale of Rs. 2250-2500 per mensem.

(d) the other terms and conditions of service of the Member-Secretary including allowances payable to him, shall be, as far as may be, the same as are applicable to a Grade I Officer of corresponding status of the Central Government.

(3) Notwithstanding anything contained in sub-rules (I) and (2) where a Government servant is appointed as Member-Secretary, the terms and conditions of his service shall be such as may be specified by the Central Government from time to time.

5. Terms and conditions of service of members of the Central Board.

(1) Non-official members of the Central Board resident in Delhi shall be paid an allowance of rupees seventy five per day for each day of the actual meetings of the Central Board.

(2) Non-official members of the Central Board, not resident in Delhi shall be paid an allowances of rupees 3[seventy five] per day (inclusive of daily allowance) for each day of the actual meetings of the Central Board and also travelling allowance at such rate as is admissible to a Grade I officer of the Central Government.

Provided that in case of a member of Parliament who is also a member of the Central Board, the said daily and travelling allowance will be admissible when the Parliament is not in session and on production of a certificate by the member that he has not drawn any such allowance for the same journey and halts from any other Government source.

6. Fees and allowances to be paid to such members of a committee of the Central Board as are not members of the Board under sub-section (3) of section 9.

A member of a committee of the Central Board shall be paid in respect of meetings of the committee travelling and daily allowances, if he is a non-official, at the rates specified in rule 5, as if he were a member of the Central Board and, if he is a Government servant, at the rates, admissible under the relevant rules of the respective government under whom he is serving.

CHAPTER 3
POWERS AND DUTIES OF THE CHAIRMAN AND MEMBER SECRETARY AND APPOINTMENTS OF OFFICERS' AND EMPLOYEES

7. Powers and duties of the Chairman.

(1) The Chairman shall have overall control over the day-to-day activities of the Central Board.

(2) (i) The Chairman may undertake tours within India for carrying out the functions of the Central Board:

Provided that he shall keep the Central Government (Secretary to the Ministry of Works and Housing) and the Central Board, informed of his tours.

(ii) The Chairman may, with the prior approval of the Central Government, visit any country outside India.

(3) * * * * 4

(4) In the matter of acceptance to tenders, the Chairman shall have full powers subject to the concurrence of the Central board:

Provided that no such occurrence is required for acceptance of tenders upto an amount of rupees one thousand in each case.

(5) Subject to overall sanctioned budget provision, the Chairman shall have full powers to administratively approve and sanction all estimates.

8. Creation and Abolition of posts.

The Central Board may create such posts as it considers necessary for the efficient performance of its functions and may abolish any post, so created:

Provided that for the creation of, and appointment to, posts, the maximum of the scale of which is above Rs. 1,600 per month, the Central Board shall obtain prior sanction of the Central Government.

9. Powers and duties of the Member-Secretary.

The Member-Secretary shall be subordinate to the Chairman and shall, subject to the control of the Chairman, exercise the following powers, namely:-

(1) The Member-Secretary shall be in charge of all the confidential papers of the Board and shall be responsible for preserving them.

(2) The Member-Secretary shall produce such papers whenever so directed by the Chairman or by the Central Board.

(3) The Member-Secretary shall make available to any member of the Central Board, for his perusal, any record of the Board.

(4) The Member-Secretary shall be entitled to call for the services of any officer or employee of the Central Board, and files, papers and documents for study from any department of the Board,-as also to carry out inspection of any department at any time including checking of accounts, vouchers, bills and others records and stores pertaining to the Board or regional offices thereunder.

(5) The Member-Secretary may withhold any payment:

Provided that as soon as may be 5[and in any case not later than three months] after such withholding of payment the matter shall be placed before the Central Board for its approval:

(6) The Member-Secretary shall make all arrangements for holding meetings of the Central Board and meetings of the Committees constituted by the Central Board.

(7) All orders or instructions to be issued by the Central Board shall be over the signature of the Member-Secretary or of any other officer authorised in this behalf by the Chairman.

(8) The Member-Secretary shall authorise, sanction or pass all payments against allotments made or estimates sanctioned.

(9) The Member-Secretary shall write and maintain confidential reports of all Class I and Class II officers of the Central Board and shall get them countersigned by the Chairman.

(10) The Member-Secretary shall countersign the confidential reports of all the Class III employees of the Central Board.

(11) (i) The Member-Secretary shall sanction the annual increments of the Class I and Class II officers of the Central Board:

Provided that the increment of Class I and Class II officers shall be withheld only with the approval of the Chairman.

(ii) The annual increment of other employees of the Central Board not referred to in clause (i) shall be sanctioned by officers authorised in this behalf by the Member-Secretary.

(12) The Member-Secretary shall have full powers for according technical sanction to all estimates.

(13) The Member-Secretary shall exercise such other powers and perform such other functions as may be delegated to him from time to time either by the Board or by the Chairman.

CHAPTER 4
TEMPORARY ASSOCIATION OF PERSONS WITH CENTRAL BOARD

10. Manner and purpose of association of persons with Central Board.

(1) The Central Board may invite any persons, whose assistance or advice it considers useful to obtain in performing any of its functions, to participate in the deliverations of any of its meetings.

(2) If the person associated with the Board under sub-rule (1) happens to be a non-official, resident in Delhi, he shall be entitled to get an allowance of 6[rupees seventy five] per day for each day of actual meeting of the Central Board in which he is so associated.

(3) If such person is non-resident in Delhi, he shall be entitled to get an allowance of rupees seventy-five per day (inclusive of daily allowance) for each day of actual meeting of the Central Board in which he is so associated and also to travelling allowance at such rates as admissible to a Grade I Officer of the Central Government.

(4) Notwithstanding anything in sub-rule (2) and (3), if such person is Government servant or an employee in a Government undertaking he shall be entitled to travelling and daily allowances only at the rates admissible under the relevant rules applicable to him.

CHAPTER 5
CONSULTING ENGINEER

11. Appointment of consulting engineer.

For the purpose of assisting the Central Board in the performance of its functions, the Board may appoint a consulting engineer to the Board for a specified period not exceeding four months:

Provided that the Board may, with the prior approval of the Central Government extend the period of the appointment from time to time:

Provided further that if at the time of the initial appointment the Central Board had reason to believe that the services of the consulting engineer would be required for a period of more than four months, the Central Board shall not make the appointment without the prior approval of the Central Government.

12. Power to terminate appointment.

Notwithstanding the appointment of a consulting engineer for a specified period under rule 11, the Central Board shall have the right to terminate the services of the-consulting engineer before the expiry of the specified period, if, in the opinion of the Board, the consulting engineer is not discharging his duties properly or to the satisfaction of the Board or such a course of action is necessary in the public interest.

7[Provided that the services of a consulting engineer shall not be terminated under this rule by the Central Board except after giving him a reasonable opportunity of showing cause against the proposed action.]

13. Emoluments of the consulting engineer.

The Central Board may pay the consulting engineer suitable emoluments or fees depending on the nature of work, and the qualifications and experience of the consulting engineer:

Provided that the Central Board shall not appoint any person as consulting engineer without the prior approval of the Central Government if the emoluments or fees payable to him exceeds rupees two thousand per month.

14. Tours by consulting engineer.

The consulting engineer may undertake tours within the country for the performance of the duties entrusted to him by the Central Board and in respect of such tours he shall be entitled to travelling and daily allowances as admissible to a Grade I officer of the Central Government. He shall, however, get the prior approval of the Member-Secretary to his tour programme.

15. Consulting engineer not to disclose information.

The consulting engineer shall not disclose any information either given by the Central Board or obtained during the performance of the duties assigned to him either from the Central Board or otherwise, to any person other than the Central Board without the written permission of the Board.

16. Duties and functions of the consulting engineer.

The consulting engineer shall discharge such duties and perform such functions as are assigned to him, by the Central Board and it will be his duty to advice the Board on all technical matters referred to him by the Board.

CHAPTER 6
BUDGET OF THE CENTRAL BOARD

17. Form of budget estimates.

(1) The budget in respect of the year next ensuing showing the estimates receipts and expenditure of the Central Board shall be prepared in Forms I, II, III and IV and submitted to the Central government.

(2) The estimated receipts and expenditure shall be accompanied by the revised budget estimates for the current year.

(3) The budget shall, as far as may be, based on the account heads specified in Schedule II.

18. Submission of budget estimates to the Central Board.

(1) The budget estimates as compiled in accordance with rule 17 shall be placed by the Member-Secretary before the Central Board by the 5th October each year for approval.

(2) After approval of the budget estimates by the Central Board, four copies of the final budget proposals incorporating therein such modifications as have been decided upon by the Central Board shall be submitted to the Central Government by the l5th October each year.

19. Estimates of establishment expenditure and fixed recurring charges.

(1) The estimates of expenditure on fixed establishment as well as fixed monthly recurring charges on account of rent, allowances, etc., shall provide for the gross sanctioned pay without deductions of any kind.

(2) To the estimates referred to in sub-rule (I) shall be added a suitable provision for leave salary based on past experience with due regard to the intention of the members of the staff in regard to leave as far as the same can be ascertained.

(3) If experience indicates that the total estimate for fixed charges referred to in sub-rules (l) and (2) is not likely to be fully utilised, a suitable lump deduction shall be made from the total amount estimated.

20. Re-appropriations and emergent expenditure.

No expenditure which is not covered by a provision in the sanctioned budget estimates, or which is likely to be in excess over the amount provide under any head, shall be incurred by the Central Board without provision being made by re-appropriation from some other head under which saving are firmly established and available.

21. Power to incur expenditure.

The Central Board shall incur expenditure out of the funds received by it in accordance with the instructions laid down under the General Financial Rules of the Central Government and other instructions issued by that Government from time to time.

22. Operation of fund of the Central Board.

The fund of the Central Board shall be operated by the Member-Secretary of the Central Board or in his absence by any officer of the Central Board who may, subject to the approval of the Central Government, be so empowered by the Central Board.

23. Saving.

Nothing in this Chapter shall apply to a budget already finalised before the commencement of these rules.

CHAPTER 7
ANNUAL REPORT OFTHE CENTRAL BOARD

24. Form of the annual report.

The annual report in respect of the year last ended giving a true and full account of the activities of the Central Board during the previous financial year shall contain the particulars specified in the 8[Schedule III].

CHAPTER 8
ACCOUNT OF THE CENTRAL BOARD

25. Form of annual statement of accounts of the Central Board.

The annual statement of accounts of the Central Board shall, be in Forms V to IX.

CHAPTER 9
REPORT OF CENTRAL BOARD ANALYST 9[AND THE QUALIFICATIONS OF ANALYSTS]

26. Form of report of Central Board Analyst.

When a sample or any water, sewage or trade effluent has been sent for analysis to a laboratory established or recognised by the Central Board, the Central Board analyst appointed under sub-section (3) of section 53 shall analyse the sample and submit to the Central Board a report in triplicate in Form X of the result of such analysis.

10[26A. Persons possessing the following qualifications are eligible for appointment as Government analysts or as Board analysts under sub-section (I) or sub-section (3), as the case may be, of section 53, namely:

Essential:-

(i) M.Sc. Degree in Chemistry or equivalent or Bachelor Degree in Chemical Engineering or Bio-chemical Engineering; and

(ii) 10 years' experience in analysis of water, sewage or industrial wastes in teaching, research or Government Laboratory.

Desirable.-

(i) Doctorate Degree in Chemistry or Bio-chemistry or Master's Degree in Chemical Engineering or Bio-chemical Engineering;

(ii) Evidence of published papers in the field.



CHAPTER 10
CENTRAL WATER LABORATORY

27. Functions of the Central Water Laboratory.

The Central Water Laboratory shall cause to be analysed any samples of water, sewage or trade effluent received by it from any officer authorised by the Central Board for the purpose, and the findings shall be recorded in triplicate in Form XI.

11[28. Fee for report.

The fees payable in respect of each report of the Central Water Laboratory on any analysis or test mentioned in column (2) of Schedule IV shall be at the rates specified in the corresponding entry in column (3) thereof.]

CHAPTEK 11
POWERS AND FUNCTIONS OF THE CENTRAL BOARD IN RELATION TO
UNIQN TERRITORIES

29. Central Board to act as State Board for Union Territories.

The Central Board shall act as State as State Board for Union territories under sub-section (4) of section 4.

30. Power to take samples.

The Central Board or any officer empowered by it in this behalf. Shall have power to take for the purpose of analysis samples of water from any stream or well or samples of sewage or trade effluent which is passing from any plant or vessel or from or over any place into any such stream or well in any Union territory.

31. Form of Notice.

A notice under clause (a) of sub-section (3) of section 21 shall, in the case of a Union territory, be in Form XII.

12[32. Application of consent.

An application for obtaining the consent of the Central Board for establishing or taking any steps to establish any industry, operation or process or any treatment and disposal system or any extension or addition thereto, which is likely to discharge sewage or trade effluent into a stream or well or sewer or on land (such discharge being hereinafter in this Rule referred to as discharge of sewage); or for bringing into use any new or altered outlet for the discharge of sewage or beginning to make any new discharge of sewage under section 25 or for continuing an existing discharge of sewage under section 26 shall be made to the Central Board in Form XIII.]

33. Procedure for making inquiry into application for consent.

(1) On receipt of an application for consent under section 25 or section 26, the Central Board may depute any of its Officers, accompanied by as many assistants as may be necessary, to visit to the premises of the applicant, to which such application relates, for the purpose of verifying the correctness or otherwise of the particulars furnished in the application or for obtaining such further particulars or information as such officer may consider necessary. Such officer may for that purpose inspect any place where water or sewage or trade effluent is discharged by the applicant, or treatment plants, purification works or disposal systems of the applicant and may require the applicant to furnish to him any plans, specifications and other data relating to such treatment plants, purification works or disposal systems or any part thereof, that he considers necessary.

(2) Such officer shall before visiting any premises of the applicant for the purpose of inspection under sub-rule (1) above, give notice to the applicant of his intention to do so in Form XIV. The applicant shall furnish to such officer all facilities that such officer may legitimately require for the purpose.

(3) An officer of the Central Board may, before or officer carrying out an inspection under sub-rule (1) above, require the applicant to furnish to him, orally or in writing such additional information or clarification, or to produce before him such documents, as he may consider necessary for the purpose of investigation of the application and may, for that purpose, summon the applicant or his authorised agent to the office of the Central Board.

13[34. Directions.

(1) any direction issued under section 33A shall be in writing.

(2) The direction shall specify the nature of action to be taken and the time within which it shall be complied with by the person, officer or the authority to whom such direction is given.

(3) The person, officer or authority to whom any direction is sought to be issued shall be served with a copy of the proposed-direction and shall be given an opportunity of not less than fifteen days from the date of service of a notice to file with an officer designated in this behalf the objections, if any, to the issue of the proposed direction.

(4) Where the proposed direction is for the stoppage or regulation of electricity or water or any other services affecting the carrying on an industry, operation or process and is sought to be issue to an officer or an authority, a copy of the proposed direction shall also be endorsed to the occupier of the industry, operation or process, as the case may be, and objections, if any, filed by the occupier with an officer designed in this behalf shall be dealt with in accordance with the procedures under sub-rules (3) and (5) of this rule:

Provided that no opportunity of being heard shall be given to the occupier, if he had already been heard earlier and the proposed direction referred to in sub-rule (3) above for the stoppage or regulation of electricity or water or any other service was the resultant decision of the Central Board after such earlier hearing.

(5) The Central Board shall within a period of 45 days from the date of receipt of objections, if any, or from the date upto which an opportunity is given to the person, officer or authority to file objections whichever is earlier, after considering the objections, if any, sought to be directed and for reasons to be recorded in writing, confirm, modify or decide not to issue the proposed direction.

(6) In a case where the Central Board is of the opinion that in view of the likelihood of the grave injury to the environment it is not expedient to provide an opportunity to file objections against the proposed direction, it may, for reasons to be recorded in writing, issue directions without providing such an opportunity.

(7) Every notice or direction required to be issued under this rule shall be deemed to be duly served:-

(a) Where the person to be served is a company, if the document is addressed in the name of the company and its registered office or at its principal office or place of business and is either-

(i) sent by registered post; or

(ii) delivered at its registered office or at the principal office or place or business;

(b) Where the person to be served is an officer serving Government, if the document is addressed to the person and a copy thereof is endorsed to his Head of the Department and also to the Secretary to the Government as the case may be, in charge of the Department in which for the time being the business relating to the Department in which the officer is employed is transacted and is either-:

(i) sent by registered post, or

(ii) is given or tendered to him;

(c) in any other case, if the document is addressed to the person to be served and-

(i) is given or tendered to him, or

(ii) if such persons cannot be found, is affixed on some conspicuous part of his last known place of residence or business or is given or tendered to some adult members of his family or is affixed on some conspicuous part or the land or building, if any, to which it relates, or

(iii) is sent by registered post to that person.

Explanation:- For the purpose of this sub-rule:-

(a) "company" means by body corporate and includes a firm or other association of individuals;

(b) "a servant" is not a member of the family.

14[35. Manner of giving notice.

The manner of giving notice under clause (b) of sub-section (1) of section 49 shall be as follows. namely:-

(1) The notice shall be in writing in Form XV;

(2) If the alleged offence has taken place in a Union Territory, the person giving notice may sent notice to:-

(i) the Central Board, and

(ii) the Ministry of Environmental and Forests (represented by the Secretary to the Government of India);

(iii) the Administrator of the Union Territory (represented by the Secretary Head in charge of Environment).

(3) The notice shall be sent by registered post acknowledgement due; and

(4) The period of sixty days mentioned in clause (b) of sub-section (l) of section 49 of the Act, shall be reckoned from the date it is first received by one of the authorities mentioned in sub-rule (2).]


1 Source: Gazette of India, Extraordinary, 1975, Pt. II-Section 3, sub-section (i) Page 293.

2 Substituted by G.S.R. 515 (E), dated 30.10.1978.

3 Substituted by G.S.R. 352, dated 21.2.1976.

4 Omitted by G.SR. 36 (E) dt. 29-1-81.

5 Subs. by G.S.R. 352 dated 21-2-1976.

6 Sub. by G.S.R. 352, dated 21-2-1976.

7 Sub. by G.S.R. 352, dated 21-2-1976.

8 Omitted by G.S.R. 717(E) dt. 27-7-89.

9 Subs. by G.S.R. 377(E) dt 20-7-78.

10 Instituted by G.S.R. 1260 dt. 17-8-76.

11 Sub. by G.S.R. 377(E) dt. 20-7-78.

12 Subs. by G.S.R. 717(E} dt. 27-7-89.

13 Ins. by G.S.R. 717(E) 27-7-89.

14 Ins. by G.S.R. 717(E) dL 27-7-89.

[Ministry of Works and Housing, Q. 15015/49/74/PC] Gazette of India, Extraordinary 1915 Pt-II Section 3(i) P 293.


 

SCHEDULE I

FORM I

CENTRAL POLLUTION CONTROL BOARD
DETAILED BUDGET ESTMIATES FOR THE YEAR 19__
(See rule 17)

ADMINISTRATION
(Expenditure)

Head of Account

Actuals for the past three years

Sanctioned estimate for the current year 19__

Actuals of last six months i.e., year 19__ -19__

Actuals of last six months of the current year 19__

Revised estimate for the current year 19__

Budget estimate for the next year

Variations between columns 5 and 8

Variations between columns 8 and 9

Explanation for columns 10 and 11

19

19

19

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

 


FORM II
CENTRAL POLLUTION CONTROL BOARD
ESTABLISHMENT
Statement of details of provisions proposed for pay of officers/Establishment for the year 19-19
(See rule 17)

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

Name and designation

Reference to page of estimate form

Sanctioned Pay of the Post

Amount of provision for the year at the rate in column 3(c)

Increment falling due within the year

Total provision for the year, i.e., total of columns 4&5 (c)

Remarks

 

 

Min. Max-Actual pay of the person concerned due on Ist April Next year

 

Date of increment (a)

Rate of increment (b)

Amount of increment for the year (c)

 

 

(a)

(b)

(c)

 


FORM III
CENTRAL POLLUTION CONTROL BOARD
NOMINALROLLS
(See rule 17)

 

R.E. 19

__19

/B.E.

19__

__19

Name and designation

Pay

Dearness allowance

City Compensatory

House rent Allowance

Over-time Allowance

Children Educational

Leave travel concession

Other Allowance

Total

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

 

TOTAL


FORM IV
CENTRAL POLLUTION CONTROL BOAKD
ABSTRACT NOMINAL ROLLS
(See rule 17)

Actual sanctioned strength as on 1st March, 19

Particulars of posts

Sanctioned Budget

Revised Estimates

Budget Estimates

Explanation for the difference between sanctioned Budget Grant Revised Estimates and Budget Estimates

Grant 19

-19

19

-19

19

-19

No. of posts included

Pay and allowances

No. of posts included

Pay and allowances

No. of posts included

Pay and allowances

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

 

I Officers

(a) Posts filled

(b) Posts vacant

Total I Officers

II Establishment

(a) Posts filled

(b) Posts vacant

Total II Establishment

III Class IV

(a) Posts filled

(b) Posts vacant

Total III Class IV

 

CRAND TOTAL -- I, II and III.


FORM V
CENTRAL POLLUTION CON1'ROL BOARD
Receipts and Payments for the year ended
(See rule 25)

Previous year

Receipts

Previous year

Payments

1

2

3

4

Opening Balance ___________

I. Grants received ___________

(a) from Government _________

(b) from other agencies________

II. Fees_______

1. Capital Expenditure___

(i) Works ________________

(ii) Fixed Assets _______

(iii) Other Assets______

(a) Laboratory Equipment

(b) Vehicles

(c) Furnitures and Fixtures

(d) Scientific Instruments and

(e) Tools and Plant

2. Revenue Expenditure________

III. Fines and Forfeitures.

IV. Interest of investments.

V. Miscellaneous Receipts.

VI. Miscellaneous Advances.

VII. Deposits

(A) Administrative ____ _____

(i) Pay of Officers ____________

(ii) Pay of Establishment

(iii) Allowances and Honoraria

(iv) Leave Salary and Pension

Contributions ____________

(v) Contingent Expenditure ___________

Deduct Recoveries___

TOTAL

(B) (i) Board Laboratory.

(ii) Charges to be paid to the

Central Water Laboratory.

(C) Running and Maintenance

of vehicles ______________

(D) Maintenance and Repairs

(i) Building and land Drainage

including rents, ir any ______

(ii) Works _____________

(iii) Furniture and Fixtures

(iv) Scientific Instruments and Office Appliance and repairs)

(v) Tools and Plants_

(vi) Temporary works (including maintenance and repairs)

(E) Fees to Consultants and Specialists______

(F) Law charges_____

(G) Miscellaneous_______

(H) Fees for Audit___

3. Purchases___________________

4. Miscellaneous_____________

5. Advances_____________________

6. Deposits___________

Closing Balance ___________

Member Secretary

Member Secretary

Accounts Officer

Member Secretary

Chairman


FORM VI
CENTRAL, POLLUTION CONTROL BOARD
ANNUAL STATEMENT OF ACCOUNT

Income and Expenditure Account for the year ended 31st March, 19
(See rule 25)

Previous year

Expenditure Details

Total of sub-head

Total of major head

Previous year

Income Details

Total of sub-head

Total of major head

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

Rs.

 

Rs.

Rs.

Rs.

 

Rs.

Rs.

To

REVENUE EXPENDITURE

(A) Administrative:

(i) Pay or Officers

(ii) Pay of establishment

(iii) Allowances & Honoraria

(iv) Leave salary and Pension Contributions

(v) Board's Contributions to the staff Provident Fund

(vi) Contingent expenditure

Deduct Recoveries

(B) Running expenses of Laboratories:

(i) Main Laboratory

(ii) Payments to be made to Central Water Laboratory

(C) Running and Maintenance of Vehicle

(D) Maintenance and Repairs:

(i) Building and Land Drainage

(ii) Works

(iii) Furniture and Fixtures

(iv) Scientific instruments and office appliances.

(v) Tools and plant.

By

(I) GRANTS RECEIVED

(a) From Govt.

(b) From other agencies.

Total:

Less:

Amount utilised for Capital expenditure

net grant available for Revenue expenditure.

(II) Fees:-

(III) Service Rental charges.

(IV) Fines and Forfeitures.

(V) Interest on investments

(VI) Miscellaneous Receipts.

(VII) Excess of expenditure over income.

(E) Temporary works

(including Maintenance and Repairs)

(F) Fees to Consultants and Specialists

(G) Law Charges.

(H) Depreciation:

(i) Buildings.

(ii) Laboratory Equipment.

(iii) Vehicles.

(iv) Furniture and Fixtures.

(v) Scientific instruments and office appliances.

(vi) Tools and plants.

(I) Miscellaneous:

(i) Write off of olosses (as per details in the statement attached).

(ii) Other miscellaneous expenditure.

(J) Fees for Audit.

(K) Excess of Income over expenditure.

Total:

Total:

Accounts Officer

Member-Secretary

Chairman


FORM VII

CENTRAL POLLUTION CONTROL BOARD
ANNUAL STATEMENT OF ACCOUNTS
Balance Sheet as at 31st March, 19. ..)
(See rule 25)

Capital and Liabilities

Property and Assets

Previous year

Details

Total of sub-head

Total of major head

Previous year

Details

Total of sub-head

Total of major head

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

(A) Capital Fund

(i) Grants received from Govt. for

Capital expenditure.

(a) Amount utilised upto 31st March 19_.

(b) Unutilised balance on 31st March 19

(ii) Grant from other agencies for

Capital expenditure

(a) Amount utilised upto 31st March 19_

(b) Unutilised balance on 31st March 19_

(iii) Value of land provided by Govt.

(per contra)

(B) Capital Receipts-

(C) (i) Deposits received for works from outside bodies-

Expenditure-

(iii) Other deposits-

(D) Amounts due-

(i) Purchases

(ii) Others

(E) Excess of income over expenditure ___

(i) upto 31st March 19. . .

(ii) Add for the year

(iii) Deduct-Excess of Expenditure

over income.

1. Works-

(As per Form VIII)

2. Fixed Assels

(As per Form IX)

(a) Value of land provided by Govt.

(at cost).

(b) Buildings-

Balance as per last

Balance sheet

Additions during the year

Total ________

Less: ________

Depreciation during the year

Total: ________

3. Other Assets

(As per Form IX)

(a) Laboratory Equipment as per last

Balance sheet--additions during the year

Total: _______

Less:

Depreciation during the year

Total: ________

(b) Vehicles as per last balance sheet.

Additions during the year.

Total: ________

Less :

Depreciation during the year

Total:

(c) Furniture and Fixtures.

As per last Balance Sheet.

Additions during the year.

Total: ________

Less:

Depreciation during the year

Total: ________

(c) Scientific Instruments and Office.

Appliances-

As per last Balance Sheet

Additions during the year

Total: ________

Tools and Plants-

As per last Balance Sheet

Additions during the year

Total: ________

Depreciation during the year.

Total: ________

4. Sundry Debtors-

(i) Amounts due from outside bodies


FORM VIII
CENTRAI, POLLUTION CON'TROL BOARD
ANNUAL STATEMENT OF ACCOUNT
Expenditure on works as on 31st March, 19

(Item l-Assets Of the Balance Sheet)

(See Rule 25)

Sl. No.

Name Or work

Upto 31st March 19

During the year 19

Upto 31st March 19

Direct Expenditure

Overhead Charges

Total Expenditure

Direct Expenditure

Overhead Charges

Total Expenditure

Direct Expenditure

Overhead Charges

Total Expenditure

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TOTAL

Accounts Officer

Member-Secretary

Chairman


FORM IX
CENTRAL POLLUTION CONTROL BOARV
Annual Statement of Accounts

Fixed Assets as on 31st March, 19__ (Item 2 Assets of the Balance Sheet)
Other Assets as on 31st March, 19__ (Item 3 Assets of the Balance Sheet)

(See Rule 25)

Sl. No.

Particulars of Assets

Balance as on 31stMarch 19

Additions during the years

Total

Depreciation during the year

Sales of write off during the year

Balance as on 31st March 19

Cumulative Depreciation as on 31st March 19

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Accounts Officer

Member-Secretary

Chairman


FORM X
REPORT BY THE CENTRAL BOARD ANALYST
(See Rule 26)

 

Report No. _____________
Dated the _______________ 19_____________

I hereby certify that I, (I)_________________________ Central Board analyst duly appointed under sub-section (3) of section 53 of the Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act, 1974 (6 of 1974) received on the (II) ______________ day of ____________ 19__ from (III) ___________ a sample of ________________ for analysis. The sample was in a condition fit for analysis reported below;

I further certify that I have analysed the aforementioned sample on (IV) ____________ and declare the result of the analysis reported below;

I further certify that I have analysed the aforementioned sample on (IV) _______________ and declare the result of the analysis to be as follows :

(V)_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

The condition of the seals, fastening and container on receipt was as follows:-

________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

signed this _______________ day of _______________ 19__.

(Signature)
Central Board analyst.

Address ____________________________________
___________________________________________

To
___________________________________________
___________________________________________
___________________________________________

(I) Here write the full name of the Central Board-analyst.

(II) Here write the date of receipt of the sample.

(III) Here write the name of the Board or person or body of persons or officer from whom the sample was received.

(IV) Here write the date of analysis

(V) Here write the details of the analysis and refer to the method of analysis. If the space is not adequate the details may be given on a separate sheet of paper.


FORM XI
REPORT BY THE GOVERNMENT ANALYST
(See rule 27)

Report No __________________
Dated the __________________19

I hereby certify that 1, (I) ___________________ Government analyst duly appointed under sub-section (I) of section 53 of the Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act, 1974 (6 of 1974) received on the (II) ___________________ day of ___________________ 19__ from (III) a sample of ____________________ for analysis. The sample was in a condition for analysis reported below:

I further certify that I have analysed the aforementioned sample, on (IV) __________________ and declare the result of the analysis to be as follows:-

(V)_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

The condition of the seals, fastening and container on receipt was as follows:-

__________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ signed this _____________ day of ___________________ 19

(Signature)
(Government analyst)

Address ____________________________________
___________________________________________

To
___________________________________________
___________________________________________
___________________________________________

(I) Here write the full name of the Government analyst.

(II) Here write the date of receipt of the sample.

(III) Here write the name of the Board or person or body of persons or officer from whom the sample was received.

(IV) Here write the date of analysis.

(V) Here write the details of the analysis and refer to the method of analysis. If the space is not adequate and details may be given on a separate sheet of paper.


FORM XII
CENTRAL POLLUTION CONTROL BOARD
Notice of intention to have sample analysed
(See Rule 31)

To

________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Take notice that it is intended to have analysed the sample of water/sewage effluent/trade effluent which is being taken today the _________day of ___________ 19__ from (1)

________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Name and designation of the person
who takes the sample

(I) Here specify the stream, well, plant, vessel or place from where the sample is taken.

To
___________________________________________
___________________________________________
___________________________________________


1FORM XIII

Application for consent for establishing or taking any steps for establishment of Industry operation process or any treatment disposal system for discharge, continuation of discharge under section 25 or section 26 of the Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act, 1974.

(See Rule 32)

Date ______________________

From
______________________________
______________________________
______________________________

To
The Member Secretary,
Central Pollution Control Board.

Sir,

I/We hereby apply for Consent/Renewal of Consent under section 25 of the Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act, 1974 (6 of 1974) for establishing or taking any steps for establishment of Industry/operation process or ally treatment/disposal system to bring into use any new/altered outlet for discharge of *sewage/trade effluent* to continue to discharge* sewage/trade effluent* from land/premises owned by ____________________.

The other relevant details are below:-
I. Full Name of the applicant ____________________________
2. Nationality of the applicant ____________________________
3.

(a) Individual
(b) Proprietory concern
(c) Partnership firm
(whether registered or unregistered)
(d) Joint family concern
(e) Private Limited Company
(f) Public Limited Company
(g) Govem1nc11l Company

(1) State Government
(2) Central Government
(3) Union Territory


(h) Foreign Company
(if a foreign company, the details of registration, incorporation, etc.).
(i) Any other Association or Body

 

4. Name, Address and Telephone Nos. of Applicant.

(the full list of individuals partners persons Chairman (full-time or part-time Managing Directors, Managing Partners Directors (Full time or part-time) other kinds of office bearers are to be furnished with their period of tenure in the respective office with telephone Nos. and address).

5. Address of the Industry:

(Survey No. Khasra No. location as per the revenue records Village Firka Tehsil District. Police Station or SHO jurisdiction of the First-Class Magistrate).

6. Details of commissionings etc.:-

(a) Approximate date of proposed commissioning of work.

(b) Expected date of production:

7. Total number of employee expected to employed.

8. Details of licence is any obtained under the provisions of Industrial Development Regulations Act 1951.

9. Name of the person authorised to sign this form (the original authorisation except in the case of individual proprietory concern is to be enclosed).

10. (a) attach the list of raw materials and chemicals used per month.

(b) Licence Annual Capacity of the Factory/Industry.

11. State daily quantity of water in kilolitres utilised and its source (domestic/industrial process boiler Cooling others).

12. (a) State the daily maximum quantity of effluents quantity and mode of disposal (sewer or drains or river). Also attach analysis report of the effluents. Type of effluent quantity in kilolitres Mode of disposal.

(i) Domestic

(ii) Industrial.

(b) Quality of effluent currently being the discharged or expected to be discharged.

(c) What monitoring arrangement is currently there or proposed.

13. Slate whether you have any treatment plant for industrial? domestic or combined effluents.

Yes/No

If yes attach the description of the process of treatment in brief. Attach information on the quality of treated effluent vis-a-vis the standards.

14. State details of sold wastes generated in the process or during waste treatment.

Description ............. Quantity ............. Method ............. Method of disposal

15. I/We further declare that the information furnished above is correct to the best of my/our knowledge.

16. I/We hereby submit that in case of change either of the point of discharge or the quantity of discharge or its quality a fresh application for CONSENT shall be made and until such CONSENT is granted no change shall be made.

17. I/We hereby agree to submit to the Central Board an application for renewal of consent one month in advance of the date of expiry of the consented period for outlet/discharge if to be continued thereafter.

18. I/We, undertake to furnish any other information within one month or its being called by the Central Board.

I9. I/We, enclose herewith cash receipt No./bank draft No. ___________ dated _______ for Rs. __________________________ Rupee _______________________________________________) in favour of the Central Pollution Control Board, New Delhi, as fees payable under section 25 of the Act.

Yours faithfully,
signature of the applicant

Note: * Strike out which is not relevant.


 

FORM XIV
CENTRAL POLLUTION CONTROL BOARD
NOTICE OF INSPECTION
[See Rule 33(2)]

Chairman
Shri

Member-Secretary
Shri ____________________________
________________________________
________________________________
No. _____________________________
Dated ___________________________

To

________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ TAKE NOTICE that for the purpose of enquiry under sections 25/26 the following officers Or the Central Board namely:-

(i) Shri _________________________________________________________________________

(ii) Shri _________________________________________________________________________

(iii) Shri ________________________________________________________________________ and the persons authorised by the Board to assist them shall inspect the

(a) Water works
(b) Sewage Works
(c) Waste treatment Plant
(d) Factory
(e) Disposal system

(f) Any other parts thereof or pertaining thereto under management/control on date(s) ____________________________ between ____________________________ hours when all facilities requested by them for such inspection should be made available to them on the site. Take Notice that refusal or denial to above stated demand made under the functions of the Central Board shall amount to obstruction punishable under section 42 of the Act.

By order of the Board.
Member-Secretary.

Copy to:

1. __________________________________
2. __________________________________
3. __________________________________


 

SCHEDULE II
BUDGET AND ACCOUNT HEADS
[(See Rule 17(3)]
ADMINISTRATION
Heads of Accounts (Expenditure)

1. Salaries.
2. Wages.
3. Travel Expenses.
4. Office Expenses.

(a) Furniture.
(b) Postage
(c) Office Machines/Equipment
(d) Liveries
(e) Hot and cold weather charges
(f) Telephones
(g) Electricity and Water charges
(h) Stationery
(i) Printing
(j) Staff car and other vehicles
(k) Other items.

5. Fee and Honoraria.
6. Payment for professional and special services.
7. Rents, Rates and Taxes/Royalty.
8. Publications.
9. Advertising Sales and Publicity Expenses.
10. Grants in aid/Contributions/Subsidies.
11. Hospitality Expenses/Sumptuary Allowances etc.
12. Pensions/Gratituties.
13. Write off/Losses.
14. Suspenses.
15. Expcnses in connection with the settling up and maintenance or the Board Laboratory.
16. Other charges (A residuary head, this will also include rewards and prizes).

Heads of Account (Receipts)

1. Payments by Central Government.
2. Fees.
3. Fines and other receipts.


 

[1SCHEDULE III]
(See Rule 24)
CENTRAL POLLUTION CONTROL BOARD
ANNUAL REPORT FOR THE FINANCIAL YEAR
APRIL 19... TO MARCH 31, 19...

CHAPTER-I : Introduction

CHAPTER-2 : Constitution of the Board including changes therein.

CHAPTER-3 : Meetings of the Board with major decisions taken therein.

CHAPTER-4 : Committees constituted by the Board and their activities.

CHAPTER-5 : Monitoring Network for air, water and soil quality.

CHAPTER-6 : Present state of environment environmental problems and counter measures.

CHAPTER-7 : Environmental Research.

CHAPTER-8 : Environmental Training.

CHAPTER-9 : Environmental Awareness and Public Participation.

CHAPTER-10 : Environmental Standards including time schedule for their enforcement.

CHAPTER-11.1 : Prosecutions launched and convictions secured for environmental pollution control.

CHAPTER-11.2 : Directions given for closure of polluting industrial units.

CHAPTER-12 : Finance and accounts of the Board.

CHAPTER-13 : Annual Plan of the following year.

CHAPTER-14 : Any other important matter dealt with by the Central Board.

ANNEXURES
1. Members of the Board.
2. Organisation Chart.
3. Staff Strength including recruitment.
4. Publications.
5. Training Courses/Seminars/Workshops organised or attended.
6. Consents to establish industries, operations & processes-issued/refused.
7. Consents to operate industries operations & process-issued/refused.

[No. 2-20013/4/91-C.P.W.]
MUKUN SANWAL, Jt. Seey.

1 Substituted by Rule 2 of the Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Amendment Rules, 1992 vide G.S.R. 107(E) dated IX-2-1992.


 

SCHEDULE IV
(See rule 28)
Rates of fees payable in respect of a report of the Central Water Laboratory

S .No.

Nature of analysis

Rates of fees

1

2

3

I

Chemical Analysis of Water

(a)

Rs. 56/- (for all the tests)

Dissolved solids (al 103-105C)

P-alkalinity, as CaCO3

M-alkalinity, as CaCO3

Total hardness, as CaCO3

Alkaline hardness, as CaCO3

Non-alkaline hardness, as CaCO3

Calcium, as Ca

Magnesium, as Mg

Chlorides, as Cl

Sulphates, as SO3

Turbidity Units

PH

Appearance and colour in units (visual)

(b)

Rs. 100/- (for all the tests)

Dissolved solids (at 103-105C)

P-alkalinity, as CaCO3

M-alkalinity, as CaCO3

Total hardness, as CaCO3

Alkaline hardness, as CaCO3

Non-alkaline hardness, as CaCO3

Calcium, as Ca

Magnesium, as Mg

Sodium as Na

Potassium, as K

Iron as Fe

Manganese, as Mn

Chlorides, as Cl

Sulphates, Is SO4

Fluorides as F

Nitrates, as N

Phosphates, as PO4

Turbidity, units

Turbidity, units

PH

Appearance and colour units (visual)

(c)

Rs. 174/- (for all the tests)

Dissolved solids

P-alkalinity, as CaCO3

M-alkalinity, as CaCO3

Free CO2 as CaCO3

Total hardness, as CaCO3

Alkaline hardness, as CaCO3

Non-alkaline hardness, as CaCO3

Calcium, as Ca

Magnesium, as Mg

Sodium as Na

Potassium, as K

Iron as Fe

Manganese, as Mn

Chlorides, as Cl

Sulphates, as SO4

Fluorides as F

Nitrates, as N

Phosphates, as PO4

Silica as SiO2

Turbidity, units

PH

Langelier Index

Conductivity micromhos/cm

Appearance and colour (visual)

Probable composition of residue

CaCO3

MgCO3

Na2CO3

K2CO3

CaSO4

MgSO4

Na2SO4

K2SO4

CaCl

MgC12

NaCl

KCl

SiO2

Fe2O3

Mn2O2

A12O3

II

Chemical Analysis of Irrigation Waters

Rs. 72/- (for all the tests)

Dissolved solids

PH

Boron, as B

Calcium, as Ca

Chloride, as Cl

Conductivity, micromohs/cm

Magnesium, as Mg

Potassium, as K

Sodium, as Na

Sulphates as SO4

Oil and Grease

III

Bacteriological Analysis of Potable Waters Rs. 50/- (for all the tests).

Rs. 50/- (for all the tests)

Standard Plate Count

Coliform

EE Coli.

Fecal streptococci

IV

Distilled Water (as IS: 1070-1960)

Rs. 120/- (for each tests)

V

Sewage and Trade effluent

Rs. 60/- (for all the tests)

BOD 20C 5 day pH

COD suspended solids (103-15C)

Colour (visual) units.

VI

Tests of water, sewage or trade effluent

Rs. 6/- (for each tests)

(a) Albuminoid nitrogen, as N

Ammoniacal nitrogen, as N

Carbon dioxide. as CO2

Conductivity, micromhos/cm

Chlorides, as Cl

Chlorine demand

Dissolved Oxygen

Fluolide, as F

Langelier Index

Nitrate, N

Nitrate, as N

Permanganate value

Residual chlorine

Sodium, as Na

Sulphate (as SO4)

Dissolved solids (at 103-105C)

Tolal solids

Turbidity, as units

Volatile solids

PH

(b)

Rs. 12/- (for each tests)

Coliform MPN presumptive for waste effluents only.

Acids solubilily tesl for sand and gravel

Available chlorinc in bleaching powder

Boron, as B

Calcium (titrimetric), as Ca

Iron, as Fe

Keldahl notrogen, as N

Loss on ignition

Magnesium (Titrimetric), as Mg

Manganese, as Mn

Silica, as SiO4

Potassium in sludge and waste water, as K

Sodium in sludge and waste waters, as Na

Soluble phosphate, as PO4

Sulphides, as S

Suspended solids

Total phosphorous

Volatile acids

Alkalinity (P&M)

Specific gravity

(c) heavy Metals (qualitative test)

Rs. 24/- (for each tests)

Aluminium (gravimetric)

Arsenic

Barium

Calcium

COD

Chromium

Copper

Cynide

Insecticides

Lead

Magnesium (gravimetric)

Mercury

Nickel

Selenium

Silver

Sulphate (gravimelric)

Zinc

Percent Sodium

Oil and Grease

Phenolic Substallces.

(d)

Rs. 36/- (for each tests)

BOD

Air Samples - analysis for:-

(i) Carbon dioxide

(ii) Carbon monoxide

(iii) Methane and

(iv) Oxygen

Total fluorides by distillation

(e)

Rs. 40/- (for each tests)

Sieve analysis

Conventional Marble Test

The Enslow Stability Indicator Test.

(f)

Rs. 60/- (for each tests)

Alum dose determination by jar test in water treatment

Alumino non-ferric (as per IS: 260- 1960)

Bioassay tests without chemical analysis (Tim value)

Plain settlement test of solution containing fines

Filter sand and gravel

Including sieve analysis, solubility in dilute HCL, FOSS on ignition, and specific gravity.

(g)

Rs. 96/- (for each tests)

Alum

Jar test to evaluate optimum coagulant and coagulant aid doses in water treatment

Alumino ferric (as per IS: 299-1962)

Lime

Detailed analysis

(h)

Rs. 180/- (for each tests)

Lead extraction test on UPVC pipe as per IS: 4985- 1963

(i)

Rs. 240/- (for each tests)

Scale deposits (detailed analysis)

(j)

Rs. 40/- (for each tests)

Attrition Test

(k)

Rs. 60/- (for each tests)

To find out correlation between Jackson Candle Turbidity and Gravimetric Units.



FORM XV
(See Rule 35)
FORM OF NOTICE

(1)

By registered post
Acknowledgement due

From
_________________________________
_________________________________
_________________________________

To
_________________________________
_________________________________
_________________________________

Notice under section 49 of the Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act, 1974.

Whereas an offence under the Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act, 1974, has been committed/ is being committed by _________________________________

(2) I/We hereby give notice of 60 days under section 49 of the Water (prevention and Control of Pollution) Act, 1974 of my/our intention to file a complaint in the court against _________________________________

(2) for violation of section _____________________ of the Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act, 1974.

In support of my/our notice, I am/we are enclosing the following documents (3) as evidence of proof of violation of the Water (Prevention and Control of pollution) Act, 1974.

Signature(s)

Plalce _________________________________
Date _________________________________

Explanation:-

(1) In case the notice is given in the name of a company, documentary evidence authorising the person to sign the notice on behalf of the company shall be enclosed IO this notice. Company shall this purpose means a company defined in Explanation to section 47 of the Act.

(2) Here give the name and address of the alleged offender. In case of a manufacturing processing operating unit, indicate the name/location/nature of activity, etc.

(3) Documentary evidence shall include photographs/technical reports/health reports of the area etc. for enabling enquiry into the alleged violation/offence."

[No. Q-15011/3/88-CPW]
G. SUNDARAM, Jt. Secy.
{Gazette of India, 1989, Extraordinary Pt. II Sec 3(I) p. 81}



CENTRAL POLLUTION CONTROL BOARD
NOTIFICATION
New Delhi, the 31st March, 1994

S.O. 296(E).- In exercise of the power vested under Sub- Section 4 of Section 4 of the Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act, 1974, the Central Pollution Control Board pursuant to Section 17(2) of the said Act, has established the Board Laboratory located at Parivesh Bhawan, East Aljun Nagar, Shahdara, Delhi.

The fees payable to the Board's Laboratory in respect of each report of the analysis for various Physico-chemical parameters shall be as per the rates given in Schedule annexed.

The rates shall come into force from the date of issue of this notification.

[No. Legal/42(3)/87]
D. K. BISWAS, Chairman



CENTRAL POLLUCTION CONTROL BOARD
SCHEDULE OF FEE FOR ANALYSIS OF VARIOUS ANALYTICAL PARAMETERS IN CPCB LABORATORIES FOR WATER SAMPLES

S. No.

Physical Tests

Fee in Rs.

1

Colour

15

2

Conductivity

15

3

pH

15

4

Suspended Solids

20

5

Settleable Solids

20

6

Sludge Volume Index

20

7

Total Solids

20

8

Temperature

5

9

Turbidity

15

10

Velocity of Flow

15

CHEMICAL TESTS

11

Acidity

30

12

Alakalinity

30

13

Aluminium

70

14

Amm. Nitrogen

85

15

Arsenic

85

16

Barium

70

17

Berryllium

70

18

Boron

70

19

Bromide

40

20

Carbon Dioxide

20

21

Cadmium

85

22

COD

85

23

BOD

150

24

Chloride

20

25

Chlorine residual

20

26

Calcium (Titrimetric)

35

27

Chromium Hexavalent

85

28

Chromium Total

85

29

Copper

85

30

Cyanide

70

31

Dissolved Oxygen

30

32

Fluoride

40

33

Hardness

30

34

Iodide

40

35

Iron

85

36

Lead

85

37

Manganese

85

38

Magnesium

85

39

Mercury

85

40

Nickel

85

41

Nitrate Nitrogen

85

42

Nitrite Nitrogen

85

43

Nitrogen (organic)

85

44

Oil & Grease

70

45

Pesticides (each)

100

46

Phosphate

85

47

Phenol

85

48

Potassium

85

49

Selenium

85

50

Silica

85

51

Silver

85

52

Sodium

85

53

Strontium

85

54

Sulphite

85

55

Sulphate

40

56

Tanin/lignin

85

57

Tin

85

58

Total Organin Carbon

100

59

Urea Nitrogen

85

60

Zinc

85

CENTRAL BOARD FOR THE PREVENTION AND CONTROL OF WATER POLLUTION (PROCEDURE FOR TRANSACTION OF BUSINESS) RULES, 1975

EXTRAORDINARY

Part II--Section 3--Sub-Section (1)1

In exercise of the power conferred by section 63 of the Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act, 1974(6 of 1974), the Central Government after consultation with the Central Board for the Prevention and Control of Water Pollution hereby makes the following rules, namely :--

1. SHORT TITLE AND COMMENCEMENT

(1) These rules may be called the Central Board for the Prevention and Control of Pollution (Procedure for Transaction of Business) Rules, 1975.

(2) They shall come into force on the date of their publication in the official Gazette.

2. DEFINITIONS

In these rules, unless the context otherwise requires --

(a) "Act" means the Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act, 1974 (6 of 1974);

(b) "Government" means the Central Government;

(c) "Chairman" means the Chairman of the Central Board;

(d) "Member" means a member of the Central Board and includes the Chairman thereof;

(e) "Member Secretary" means the Member Secretary of Central Board;

(f) "Meeting" means a meeting of the Central Board;

(g) "Section" means a section of the Act;

3. NOTICE OF MEETINGS

(1) Meetings of the Central Board shall ordinarily be held at Delhi on such dates as may be fixed by the Chairman.

(2) The Chairman shall, upon the written request of not less than five Members of the Central Board or upon a direction of the Central government, call a special meeting of the Central Board.

(3) Fifteen clear days' notice of an ordinary meeting and three clear days' notice of a special meeting specifying the time and the place at which such meeting is to be held and the business to be transacted thereat, shall be given by the Member-secretary to the members.

(4) Notice of a meeting may be given to the Members by delivering the same by messenger or sending it by registered post to his last known place of residence or business or in such other manner as the Chairman, may, in the circumstances of the case, thinks fit.

(5) No member shall be entitled to bring forward for the consideration of the meeting any matter of which he has not given ten clear days' notice to the Member-secretary, unless the chairman, in his direction, permits him to do so.

1[(6) (a) The Central Board may adjourn its meetings from day to day or to any particular date.

(b) Where a meeting of the Central Board is adjourned from day to day, notice of such adjourned meeting shall be given to the Members available in the city, town or other place where the meeting which is adjourned if held, either by telephone or by special messenger and it shall not be necessary to give notice of the adjourned meeting to other Members.

(c) Where a meeting of the Central Board is adjourned not from day to day but from the day on which the meeting is held to another date, notice of such meeting shall be given to all the Members as provided in sub-rules (3) and (4)]

3[(7)] * * *

4. PRESIDING OFFICER

Every meeting shall be presided over by the Chairman and, in his absence, by a Chairman for the meeting to be elected by the members present from amongst themselves.

5. ALL QUESTIONS TO BE DECIDED BY MAJORITY

(1) All questions at a meeting shall be decided by a majority of votes of members present, and voting shall be by raising of hands in favour of the proposal.

(2) In case of an equality of votes, the presiding officer shall have a second or casting vote.

6. QUORUM

(1) Five members shall form the quorum for any meeting.

(2) If at any time fixed for any meeting or during the course of any meeting a quorum is not present, the presiding officer shall adjourn the meeting and if a quorum is not present on the expiration of fifteen minutes from such adjournment the presiding officer shall adjourn the meeting to such hours on the following or on some other future date as he may fix.

(3) No quorum shall be necessary for the adjourned meeting.

(4) No matter which had not been on the agenda of the original meeting shall be discussed at such adjourned meeting.

4(5) (a) Where a meeting the Central Board is adjourned under sub- rule (2) for want of quorum to the following day, notice of such adjourned meeting shall be given to the Members available in the city, town or other place where the meeting which is adjourned is held, either by telephone or by special messenger and it shall not be necessary to give notice of the adjourned meeting to other Members.

(b) Where a meeting of the Central Board is adjourned under sub-rule (2) for want of quorum not to the following day but to another date, notice of such adjourned meeting shall be given to all the Members as provided in sub-rule (3) and (4).

7. MINUTES

(1) Record shall be kept of the names of members who attend the meeting and of the proceedings at the meeting in a book to be maintained for that purpose by the Member-secretary.

(2) The minutes of the previous meeting shall be read at the beginning of the every succeeding meeting, shall be confirmed and signed by the presiding officer at such meeting.

(3) The proceedings shall be open to inspection by any member at the office of Central Board during office hours.

8. MAINTAINING ORDER AT MEETING

The presiding officer shall preserve order at a meeting.

9. BUSINESS TO BE TRANSACTED AT MEETING

Except with the permission of the presiding officer, no business which is not entered in the agenda or of which notice has not been given by a member under sub-rule (5) of rule 3, shall be transacted at any meeting.

10. ORDER OF BUSINESS

(1) At any meeting business shall be transacted in the order in which it is entered in the agenda.

(2) Either at the beginning of the meeting or after the conclusion of the debate on a motion during the meeting the presiding officer or a member may suggest a change in the order of business as entered in the agenda and if the meeting agrees, such a change shall take place.

11. PROCEDURE FOR TRANSACTION OF BUSINESS OF COMMITTEES CONSTITUTED BY THE BOARD

(1) The time and place of the meetings of the committees constituted by the Central Board under sub-section 9 shall be as specified by the Chairman.

(2) The quorum for a meeting of a committee constituted under sub-section (1) of section 9 shall be one-half of the total number of members of the committee.

(3) Subject to sub-rule (1) and sub-rule (2) the meetings of any of the committees constituted under sub-section (1) of the section 9 shall, as far as may be governed by the rules applicable to the meetings of the Central Board.

[NO. Q. 505/16/74/EFQ]

S.CHAUDHURI, Jt. Secy.


1 Ssurce: fFhe Gazette of India.
2 Substituted by G.S.R. 1489, dated 11-10-1976.
3 Omitted, ibid.
4 Substituted by G.S.R.1489, dated 11-10-1976.