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Srinivasdeva
what is the difference between form No. V and Form No. I of tamilnadu industrial establishments (national and festival holidays) rules, 1959
From India, Chennai
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Form -1 -Proposal to be submitted at the beginning of the calendar year, under section 3 of the Tamil Nadu Industrial Establishments (National and Festival Holidays) Act, 1958 in respect of industrial establishment,
Form No. V are the Holidays Allowed / approved under Section 3 of the Tamil Nadu Industrial Establishments (National and Festival Holidays) Act, 1958 by proceedings No. ............and date of the Proceedings of the Inspection official, which is to be exhibited on the notice board

From India, Madras
umakanthan53
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Dear Srinivas,

Form no.I is the statement containing the names of the ( not less than five ) festivals proposed to be approved as festival holidays for the industrial establishment submitted to the inspector for approval together with a copy of form no.II. Thus it is a one time submission at the time of seeking inspector's approval ( form III ).

Form V is the statement containing the dates of national and festival holidays falling in every calendar year with reference to the form III. It is thus a periodical submission to be done before the 31st December of the previous year. The festivals mentioned in the form should be the same as already approved in the form III by the inspector.

Form III and copy of form V shall be kept conspicuously exhibited in the industrial establishment.

From India, Salem
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