Dear All, Please receive enclosed herewith Special Allowance wef from July 13 to Dec 13 for Maharashtra. FYIP. Regards, Nachiket.

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Dear All,
Please find attached revised minimum wage rates calculated for certain industries on the basis of revised rates of Special Allowance w.e.f. 01.07.2013.
Minimum wage rates for canteen & clubs, soaps & cosmetics are not calculated due to some ambiguities.

From India, Mumbai

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Dear All,
There is a note on the special allowance circular that the circular is available on website of mahashramm. However, the same is not available. This site of GOM is last updated in August 2012. The circular which was published in February 2013 is also not available on this site.

From India, Mumbai
Dear Keshav, The Minimum Wages for Drugs and Pharmaceuticals Industry has also been revised from June 19, 2013? Where is the notification for Industry for the revision?
From India, Mumbai
I am asking the above question for ambiguity in this is same as for Soaps.
From India, Mumbai
Dear Kaustav ji,
You are right. I also understood from the circular revising Sp.Allw. that the Govt. of Maharashtra have revised / refixed the basic rates of nine industries very recently. I have no details / notifications of it. I will upload the details / notifications as soon as I receive it. In the meantime, other members are requested to try for it from their sources and made available to this forum.

From India, Mumbai
Dear All,
As said in earlier post, there is a revision in Basic Rates of 9 schedule industries recently by GOM.
Minimum Wage in respect of those 9 industries upon revision in Basic and also revision in Special Allowance effective from 01.07.2013, is given in attached file, for your information.
Also find attached Gazette Notification of GOM revising the Basics in respect of following 3 industries out of 9, for your information.
1. Hotels and Restaurants
2. Canteens and Clubs
3. Drugs and Pharmaceuticals
Rest of the notifications will be uploaded here as and when available. Other members can also upload it.

From India, Mumbai

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File Type: pdf Min Rates of Wages_9 Industries.pdf (130.4 KB, 245 views)
File Type: pdf Gazette_Hotel & Restaurant.pdf (315.9 KB, 102 views)
File Type: pdf Gazette_Club & Canteen.pdf (265.7 KB, 127 views)
File Type: pdf Gazette_Drugs & Pharma.pdf (577.8 KB, 133 views)

Dear All,
Further to my earlier posts, please find attached Gazette Notification by GOM revising Basic Rates of:
1. Soaps and Cosmetics
2. Rubber Manufacturing
My special thanks to Shri. Heren Chheda, Labour Law Advisor and Consultant who shared with me the Gazette Notifications.

From India, Mumbai

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File Type: pdf Gazette_Soap & Cosmetics.pdf (3.65 MB, 58 views)
File Type: pdf Gazette_Rubber Manufacturing Basic.pdf (3.64 MB, 51 views)

Hi, Good work for uploading gazettes.
I have a doubt, so someone please clarify it.
When monthly wage rate is notified then per day wage rate is arrived by dividing by 30. Similarly when daily wage rate is given, working days are taken as 26. Difference is that in monthly wage rate it is assumed that payment is on monthly basis for all 30 days therefore weekly off are included in calculation, whereas in daily wage rate, payment is not given for weekly off days.
Now this Maharashtra monthly wage rate is divided by 26 for arriving at daily wage rate, which according to me is not correct. It assumes that wage rate is for working days only. It should have been divided by 30.
Someone please clarify. Thanks.

From India, Calcutta

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