Anonymous
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Dear Sir;
I come across many term in annual return which i would like you to help me through attached excel
Question are below
Number of days worked during the year.
Number of mandays worked during the year.
Average daily number of persons employed during the year:
Pls help through attached template.
will it include all category of employee including contract labour
Thanks

From India, Mumbai

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Hi, Please advise whether it is mandatory to file both the annual returns for minimum wages act & the payment of wages act, is there any option to file one of them. Regards Ashish Rana
From India, Jaipur
Dear Mr. Ananymous,
No of days worked during the year means allthe days of each month except the days when there was no ( Production) activities. That is factory is completely closed.
No of mandays means all the days workers performed duty.
Average daily no of persons employed during the year means total no of employees worked every month divided by 12.
Yes. It should include all categories of employees including contract employees.

From India, Chandigarh
Dear friends,
Annual return is mandatory for ISMW act & BOCW act, presently government issue notice for online filling return to labour dpartment,so all are filling online returns go through the government web portal site and find your LIN and register creat your id.

From India, New Delhi
Dear friends, As the term is "daily", Average Daily Number of persons can be derived by dividing the aggregate attendances during the year by the number of working days.
From India, Delhi
how to calculate Number of men/days worked during the year — — — man days
From India, Mumbai
annual amount 22076032.00 Number of men/days worked during the year — — — man days and Tot. no. of Mandays worked by Contractors 4666.00
From India, Mumbai

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