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I am posting an article on details of the form required to be filled in and maintained under clra act
as usual people are required to just shamelessly down load all files with out rating or without comments.
Be un-courteous and rude, no one will ever know, keep down loading

From India, Mumbai

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File Type: zip forms_under_clra_act_707.zip (68.0 KB, 4253 views)

Dear Bunu, Please add the form 5 thats missing herein in, so that the information is complete, when you post the form 5, then do highlight that same is missing from my post above Thank You Octavious
From India, Mumbai
Dear All, I am attaching the Missing form 5 for all.
From India, Delhi

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File Type: doc Form of Certificate by Pinciple Employer_FORM V.doc (19.5 KB, 1475 views)

Dear Octavious and Rajeev
This information is invaluable. Compant got slapped with a labor law violation due to the contractor and I needed Form 5. The first thing i did was come to CITE HR.
And I wasnt disappointed :)

From India, Gurgaon
Dear Octavious,

When your intentions are clear (i.e to help others) do it without expecting anything in return. People download or not,reply or not, rank it or not, makes no difference. Just like love is unconditional , your best efforts have become less valuable for the words you have used. If people find it useful, they will for sure value your effort than just blast at the whole community for the trivial issue. All the good days work of an executive will not be valued by the boss, who talks about result, and forgets his associate effort and on the other hand the executive expects his superior to acknowledge the efforts , failing which his day goes for a toss. When he continues to work without expecting any thing in return, the day he gets the smallest of the appreciation will be the biggest support, and acts as a morale booster for him. Do not expect, if u do, make it crystal clear to people to give their views, than potraying a very negative opinion about the whole aspect.

Must tell u, it is a good effort by you.


Dear Kumaar,
Form V is not required in case of registration. It is given by the principal employer to its contractor. For this also first decide which of the State or Central Contract Labour (R&A) Rules are applicable in your case & then take format of form V from those Rules & then issue to the contractor.

From India, Delhi
Hi Octavious,
First of all thanks for sharing such a valuable information. Also I could understand your frustration, but at the end of the day what matters most is the knowledge you have shared with pool of people. Now it is upto the people to decide and act wisely upon the same. Hence please keep us updated through your postings/mails.
Hope you to be calm and resolve this issue from your side wisely and well. Also requesting your kind self to add me to your valuable friend list (if it can) be done.
Medhaj Nair

From India, Bangalore
I have not yet down loaded your file. First my appreciations for making knowledge available to every one. Let me be back with my comments soon as I take a look at the material.
S Ram., FCA.,
09962597769, 09282104027

From India, Chennai
Dear Team, Our client comes under Central act and when we applying license we need to submit Form III instead of Form V, would request please provide related notification on this.
From India, Bengaluru
Dear Member, We have not heard on submission of Form III for obtaining license. Plz upload this form for providing proper rely in the matter. Regards, R N KHOLA
From India, Delhi

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