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PROFILE PERFORMANCE DISTRICT OFFICE LABOUR GUJRANWALA TO THE SECRETARY LABOUR & HUMAN RESOURCE, PUNJAB

IMPORTANT FUNCTIONS Maintenance of Industrial peace through regulation of trade unions activities.
Registration and de-registration of trade unions. Holding of elections and referendums for determination of Collective Bargaining Agent. Audit & Scrutiny of Annual Returns of trade unions. Conciliation, mediation and arbitration on Charter of Demands. Redressal of individual and collective grievances. Control of illegal strike, lock-out or un-fair labour practices on the part of employers and workmen. Adjudication of cases through Labour Courts.

IMPORTANT FUNCTIONS
Enforcement of Labour Laws regarding:
Terms and Conditions of employment of employees. Terms and Conditions of working environment and working hours. Health and Safety of workers. Payment of Wages and other emoluments. Education and training of workers and their children. Marriage Grants. Death Grants. Talent Scholarships. Flats for residence.

Provision of Welfare Grants / Welfare Measures:


IMPORTANT FUNCTIONS
Enforcement of Weights and Measures Laws:
Verification, Re-verification and Calibration of weighing & measuring instruments. Collection of Government Fees. Inspection and Prosecution of factories, Shops, Establishments, Petrol Pumps & CNG stations.

Adjudication of Cases:
Compensation arising out of accidental death and injuries. Non-payment and delay in payment to the workers.

ORGANOGRAM
DIRECTOR LABOUR WELFARE DISTRICT OFFICER LABOUR (BS-19), Gujranwala.

Assistant District Officer Labour (BS-17)


Labor Officer (F&W)-I Labor Officer (F&W)-II Labor Officer (F&W)-III Labor Officer( F&W)-IV (BS-16) Labor Inspector (S&W)-I Labor Inspector (S&W)-II Labor Inspector (S&W)-III Manager EE (BS-16) Superintendent (BS-16)

01 Stenographer 02 Assistant 02 Senior Clerk 02 Junior Clerk 01 Driver 04 Naib Qasid

SCHEDULE OF ESTABLISHMENT
S.No.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

Name & Designation


District Officer Labour Assistant District Officer Labour Superintendents Labour Officers Manager Employment Exchange Assistants Labour Inspectors Stenographer Senior Clerks Junior Clerks Driver Naib Qasid Total:

Grade
19 17 16 16 17 14 14 12 9 7 5 2

No. of Posts
1 1

No. of Vacant Post


2 1 1 1 -

1
4 1 2 3 1 2 2 1 4 23

2
07

Budget allocated for year 2010-11 = Rs. 42,15,061/-

DISRICT PROFILE.
REGISTRATION OF FACTORIES

No. of Factories registered under Factories Act, 1934 = 546 No. employees working in registered factories = 27317 REGISTRATION OF SHOPS
No. of existing units = 1465 No. of workers employed = 4540/Registration fee received = Rs. 14040/- (100.04% of target Yr 2010-11)

PETROL PUMPS & CNG STATIONS


No. of Petrol Pumps = 136 No. of CNG Stations = 63

POSITION OF TARGET & ACHIEVEMENT UNDER PUNJAB WEIGHTS & MEASURES ACT 1975, 2010-2011
Financial Year Target assigned (Rs) 21,00,000 23,00,000 Target Achieved (Rs) 21,12,330 20,48,542

2009-10 2010-11

101% 89 %

Target Assigned Target Achieved

2009-10

2010-11

INDIVIDUAL PERFORMANCE REGARDING ACHIEVEMENT OF TARGET UNDER W&M ACT 1975, 2010-11
Name of Designation of officer/ official
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Target

Target Assigned Achieved 9,76,700/ 17,200/22,300/30,200/26,300/1,99,200/ 5,14,000/ 5,14,100/ -

Malik Muhammad Riaz, ADOL, Gujrat Mr. Khalid Pervaiz, LO (F&W)-I, Gujrat Mr. Usman Ali, LO (F&W)-II, Gujrat Mr. Tahir Abbas, LO (F&W)-III, Gujrat (additional charge) Mr. Usman Ali, LO (F&W)-IV, Gujrat Rana Sohail, LI (S&W)-I, Gujrat Mr. Jaffar Iqbal, LI (S&W)-II, Gujrat Mr. Tahir Abbas, LI (S&W)-III, Gujrat

% of Achieve ment 10,1900/- 104% 18,033/- 105% 22,333/- 100% 30,304/- 100% 26,319/- 100% 96,321/- 48%

3,09,294/- 60% 5,14,138/- 100%

PERFORMANCE UNDER PUNJAB WEIGHTS & MEASURES ACT 1975


JULY 2010 TO JUNE 2011

INSPECTION:
Sr. Area of Activity Total No. No. of Inspect ion No. of cases pending at beginning No. of prosecutions Less Measurem ent /Weighing 06 Others No. of cases decided Fine Imposed No. of W&M seized or detained

1 2

CNG Petrol Pumps

63

75

40

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-70000/- And 2 year imprisonment to 3 accused 5000/-

136

175

206

69

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07

17units

3 4

Factories Shops & Estt.

320

1610

57

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02

02

--

10857

28936

2070

--

710

105

86000/-

59

CAMPAIGN

REGARDING

CHECKING
No. of Prosecutions lodged No. of Caes Decided

OF
Fine Imposed Rs.

WEIGHTS & MEASURES SINCE 21-03-2011 TO 30-07-11.


Sr. No. Items Edible Oil/Ghee Sugar/ Rules Milk Soap Bakery Items Kerosence/ LPG Gas Chiken seller Meet Seller 8 9 Vegetable Seller Cloth 10 Any other Grocery Items Petrol Pumps & CNG stations 2513 2423 90 90 34 40500.00 1932 2642 1908 2494 24 148 24 151 1 2500.00 Inspections Correction Faulty

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

2388 2333 2490 2329 2347 1887 2529

2384 2333 2484 2329 2340 1887 2481

4.00

11

2.00

2000.00

48

48

11

2671

2442

229

229

13

17500.00

12

441

386

55

60

Grand Total

26502

25891

607

619

50

62500

PERFORMANCE REGARDING CAMPAIGN OF ANTI-ADULTERATION FOR THE PERIOD 09-072011 TO 30-07-2011

No. of No. of No. of Raids Prosecutions Prosecutions Conducted 3979 263

Fine

POSITION OF TARGET & ACHIEVEMENT UNDER SHOPS & ESTABLISHMENT ORDINANCE 1969, 2010-2011
Financial Year

% Achieved Target
123% 100.04 % up to date

2009-10

16000 14000 12000 10000 8000 6000 4000 2000 0


2009-10 2010-11

2010-11

Target Assigned Target Achieved

PERFORMANCE UNDER SHOPS & ESTABLISHMETN ORDINANCE, 1969


JULY 2010 TO JUNE 2011

No. of Inspections

No. of Cases Pending at beginning 3363

No. of prosecutions Less Wages 09 Others 185

No. of Cases decided

Fine imposed

29742

39

8600/-

INSPECTIONS SHOPS & ESTABLISHMENTS)


01.07.2010 to 30.06.2011 Inspections Prosecutions Amount of Total Fine Rs. 01.07.2011 to 30.09.2012 Inspections Prosecutions Amount of Total Fine Rs 12445 1562 29742 194 8600

38600

REGISTRATION OF TRADE UNIONS


Total No. of Trade Unions at the beginning of 2010-11 43
No. of Registration

No. of Balance Cancellation at the Issued End with 03 40

CBA

Member ship

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08

5527

INDUSTRIAL DISPUTES ( informal)


No. of No. of Disputes Disputes raised during pending at the quarter the Beginning -13 No. of disputes resolved No. of Disputes Pending at the End 02

11

COURT PERFORMANCE
S# Assignment Previous Balance Fresh Instituti on Decid ed

1-7-2011 to 31-1-2012

Balance Amoun Amount Amoun at the t Recovere t end Decree d Disburs d ed

Authority under P.W. Act, 1936

33

15

23

25

203033

288474

379827

Commissione r Workmens Compensatio n

01

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01

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6. WELFARE SCHEMES
Sr .# Nature of Grant Balance at the Beginning -09 Applicati ons Received 271 173 No. of Cases Disposed off 258 180 Balance at the End 13 02 Reason for Pending

1 2

Talent Scholarship Marriage Grant

Incomplete documents Pending for verification

Death Grant

04

22

23

03

For verification 1 and under litigation 2

7. ENQUIRIES
No. of Enquiries Pending Completed during quarter Pending at the End Reason of Delay (if any) --

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PROBLEM & DIFFICULTIES Re-Organization of Field formation. Labour Colony issues. ( illegal occupancy, maintenance, shortage of staff) Finance Department Notification for post of BS-19 for District Officer Labour Gujrat and the post of BS-17 for ADOL. Provision of CNG Kit and Vehicle. Posting of Manager Employment Exchange.

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