shilpa ghosh Started The Discussion:

i am Shilpa,handling statutory compliance of my company,my problem is i am a fresher,just completed MBA(HR).
i am facing loads of difficulty in handling PF,Gratuity,ESI,CLS. and others.books are not so much helpfull.
can anyody suggest that in bangalore do we've any certificate course or some training programme in the same,this will give me edge in career as well as knowledge,otherwise these acts are so tough to understand.


Posted 24th July 2007 From India, Bangalore
Hi Friends,

Please give us some inputs as statutory compliance is also one of the main functions of HR.... Books are not much helpful.

Please update with basic & latest methods in this regard.

Posted 24th July 2007 From India, Bangalore
Hi, I hope attached file will serve the purpose. Thanks, N N Tiwari
Posted 24th July 2007 From India, New Delhi
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If you guys are starters you may also want to use the attachment here. You need to install it as a desktop program. regards sanjay
Posted 25th July 2007 From India, Delhi
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its amazing, it gives an overview of all the acts. but if you could also help me out with any certificate course in PF? thankx a ton Shilpa
Posted 25th July 2007 From India, Bangalore
Easy way to hanlde this :

a. get in touch with some of the labour consultants
b. try to find out from your HR friends, how they handle this.
c. try to get in touch with some Retired labour Inspector - he will of a very good help to u.
d. finally if ur company allows - outsource the activity to some consultant.

Trust the above will give u some idea.


Posted 25th July 2007 From India, Bangalore
Dear Sanjay

Your attachment is really damn good. I am HR professional and have knowledge of labour laws as well. But your attachment is really helpful.

Thanks for posting the attachment.

Cheer :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

Posted 25th July 2007 From India, Mumbai
Dear Shilpa,

You have said right that the books are not sufficient. It is not like that only thing is that you have to apply the principles that the books taught to us . Now its time for you to do it. OK

Any way we all are here to give the help and please find the attachment regarding the statutory compliance and now drive the practical application theory.


Posted 26th July 2007 From India, Manipal
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Hi Shilpa!

Copliances with statutory provisions are an important aspect and to some extent, it is same everywhere in India except few statutes which may be state specific. Important compliances are as follows:

1. Factories Act : Registration , obtaining Licence,and informing tfe o/o the Joint director, Indl Safety &health about start of operations in case of new factories. Thereafter, exhibiting extracts of the ACT, submiting yearly returns. In case of any accident , sending informations in prescribed forms as required by the nature of accident.

2.Payment of Gratuity Act: obtaining declarations of all the employees about nominations in the prescribed form. Also taking care of compulsory insurance for payment of gratuity. Also to make payments of grtuities to eligible employees within a period of 1 month.
3. E.PF.Act: to deposit EP.F. contributions by 15 th of every succeeding month and filing monthly return form 12 by 25th. Also submission of forms 5 & 10 in cases of new employees and employees leaving the job.
4. E.S.I.Act: submission of forms for new employees for his registration with E.S.I.C.
Also paying monthly contributions and submission of returns.
5.Abstracts of ACTS be exhibited : payment of gratuity act, minimum wages act, payment of wages act, workmen's compensation act, etc
6. Contract Labour(R&A) Act : if employing more than 20 , then to obtain registration from the office of labour commissioner or any delegated authority. also to display abstract of the act.
7.Payment of Bonus Act : to maintain registers in forms A,B and C.
8.Environmental Acts : to obtain consent of state pollution control board to establish and to operate and also to display required informations regarding operations and pollutants of the company on a prescribed size of the board for general public to view.

Hope, I have covered all important statutory compliances.

Posted 22nd August 2007
Attn.: Mr. Tiwari, Mr.Sanjay Patro, Mr. I.N.Jha & Mr.Anthony.

Dear all,
Your contributions in respect of Industrial Laws & it's statutory compliances are absolutely commendable. Let's hope for more in regards to the same from your respective ends. Wish you all a good achievements in the times to come. Keep it up.Thanks to all of you once again for such valuable contributions.

With best regards,

[Biswajit Pani]
E-mail Id :
Posted 23rd August 2007 From India, Bhubaneswar
Dear All,
The best way to learn compliance is to work with a consultant part time in the evening. Usually the employees/inspectors working in PF / ESIS etc. do private practice and have many clients. Instead of looking for some course the best way is to work with such people in their offices in the evnings or on Saturdays hands on. Within 6 months not only you will become an expert but you will also know how the various inspectorates think.
Posted 25th August 2007
Thanks Friends, Its really helpful. A lot of Inputs and a core Guide Hats of to the person prepared the Excel File and Thanks to person adding up the knowledge cell Regards Sailee
Posted 30th August 2007 From India, Mumbai
Dear Shilpa,

I read every post in last these three pages. Amazing knowledge sharing.
Regarding you question, you said, that you're a fresher.

Shilpa, none of us were tought how to fill the ESI and PF challans after completing MBA or how to handle labour law inspector when he surveys one of our branches and find non-compliance. We all have learnt this on the job. Books or another course won't help you.

One really can help is your labour law/legal advisor or your immediate boss and alas all of us here at citehr.

Regarding Industrial Relations, you should start working on few of the important Acts which are:

1. Shops and Commercial Establishments Act / Indian Factories Act (as applicable in your case whether it's a manufacturing concern or an office)
2. Employee State Insurance Act
3. Employees' Provident Fund and Miscellaneous Provisions Act

These three are the main Acts, which every HR fraternity goes through almost daily. Thus, a thorough knowledge of these Acts will help you a lot.

Spend sometime on these websites

Dont just visit these visit, search for every single word on these two websites which comes into your mind related to the mentioned laws.

Take some printouts of Forms, read the instructions carefully..every form has brief information about it which can be even understood by any layman.

Alternatively, when you're free start making some notes on a particular Act. What'll more help you is the definitions of the important terms, say definition of employee, employer, wages, factory, establishment etc. These are the main learnings.

Also, keep an eye on the updates or any notifications passed on a particular Act like Minimum Wages Act, where a notification is released twice a year stating minimum wages for the next six months of the year.

To make you comfortable, we may say IR is not rocket science.

warm regards,

Umesh Chaudhary
Posted 2nd September 2007 From India, Delhi
Hi Shilpa!

Mr Umesh Chy has redered a practical advice and it needs to be imbibed. on my part, I will add few more Acts , which are a must for the proffessionals of I.R.
They are as follows:-
1. The Industrial Standing Orders Act
2.The Industrial Disputes Act
3.The Payment of Gratuity Act
4.The Payment of Wages Act
5.The Minimum Wages Act
6.The Payment of Bonus Act
7.The Trade Unions Act
8.The M.R.T.U.& P.U.L.P. Act(For Maharashtra only)
There are many more useful Acts which find applications at one time or other but the above Acts are almost needed to be referred daily.

Thanks to mr chaudhary and all contributors.

Posted 2nd September 2007
Dear Hii

Can anyone provide me some informations or any presentation based on Statutory Compliances .

1.I'm mainlly Recruitement Manager but Looking for some sort of Informations based on FAQ of Statutory Compliances

or, What kind of Qns. we may have to face at Interview Board for Statutory Knowledge (thoose who are Beginner level) or such kind of Positions.

Asst.Manager -Recruitement
Posted 5th September 2007 From India, Calcutta
Hi Shipla,

Pls. Buy a Book on "Factories Act 1948" written by It is very good book.

Certificate Course is also available in Bangalore... For more details visit

Mobile:+91 9916133056
Posted 20th September 2007 From India, New Delhi
pl. visit the web site t You will get desired results Thanks and regards Gururaj.
Posted 3rd October 2007 From India, Bangalore
Dear Mr. Tiwari,

Can you pl tell me, you have mentioned under EPF act Form 3A/ Form 7 (PS) for annual contribution card. But is it not Form 3A / 6A. Because i have recd from Cite HR only this info. (i.e 3A and 6A are the returns to be submitted for annual contribution card)

Other members kindly correct me if i am wrong.

Thanks and regards

Posted 3rd October 2007 From India, Bangalore
Dear Friends, Please help me to understand, the minimum size of toilets to be constructed as per factory act. regards/jagan 9842241717
Posted 30th April 2008 From India, Madras
Dear Sanjay, Hats Off to you yaar...what a attachment.. It willl remain on my desktop permanently. Regards, Vaibhav
Posted 30th April 2008 From India, Aurangabad
The minimum number of toilet that is WC as per factory act depends upon number of employee employed for example it is 1 for 25, 2 for 50 and 3 for 100 and additional 1 for every 50 worker there on

this is not autheticated so you need to check it

Posted 30th April 2008 From India, New Delhi
Hi! Friends, The attachments of Mr. NN Tiwari and Mr. Sanjay are very useful. Thank you very much. Best Regards, Virendra Veer Arya
Posted 30th April 2008
Hi N N Tiwari: Can pls forward the Excel to my Email ID. Regards, Pradeep.K.C
Posted 15th May 2008 From India, Madras
Dear Mr. Sanjay

Really its very nice, all the acts we get in this way its very useful to us, first of all very thankful to you, attachments which have given to us give an enormous knowledge, if material is availble like this we are very interested to read. very very thankful to you.

Posted 18th May 2008 From India, Bhopal
Sir, your post cannt be downloaded. So if possible pls forward it to me on my mail id Thanks Rachit Bhutra
Posted 23rd May 2008 From India, Visnagar
Hi, Your posting is really helpful...the quick links and comprehensive coverage of topics makes it easy to read and and is ideal for learning. Thanks for posting this on the site...:) Cheers, Nandini
Posted 10th September 2008 From India, Calcutta
you should study some book written by HL Kumar
1.Labour Law Everybody should know
2.factory Act 1948
3.state Factory Rules (like Punjab and Haryana factory rules)

mostly state having its own rules on factories.
Posted 10th September 2008 From India, Phagwara

visit the site as this is a training institution. Since you are B'lore you can have this course. I am also a fresher MBA - HR. YOu can mail me at


Posted 10th September 2008 From India, Hyderabad
Dear All

Specially freshers, if you jave any doubt regarding PF,ESI please call me at my cell, or mail me the ar
I can help you a lot.
Without any charges or fee.

Posted 29th September 2008 From India, Mumbai
Hai Shilpa. I am well experienced in handling industrial relations for the past 6 years, if any clarification presists feel free to contact through
Posted 1st October 2008 From India, Madras


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