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CLEARANCE OR PERMISSION FOR ESTABLISHING INDUSTRIES

PREPARED BY:PANKAJ PREET SINGH

WHAT IS AN INDUSTRY?
Industry means the aggregate of manufacturing or technically productive enterprises in a particular field, often named after its principal product. For e.g. Cotton Industries, Automobile Industries etc.

IMPORTANCE OF SETTING UP AN INDUSTRY

EMPLOYMENT GENERATION SELF EMPLOYMENT FACILITATE ENTREPRENUERIAL DEVELOPMENT USE OF LOCAL RESOURCES CONSERVATION OF FOREIGN EXCHANGE

MEANING OF CLEARANCE
Clearance can refer to:
Authorization or permission from an authority Permission to proceed Official authorization for something to proceed or take place Official permission for someone to have access to classified information

CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS NEEDED BY INDUSTRIES

LAND CLEARANCE CENTRAL EXCISE REGISTRATION

TRADE LICENCE VAT REGISTRATION

ISI CERTIFICATION

ENVIRONMENT CLEARANCE

LAND CLEARANCE
Land Clearance means taking permission from the Government authorities to use land for industrial or for some other commercial purpose. It is a very lengthy procedure which starts with finding of location and ends with the registration of the land.

LAND CLEARANCE PROCESS

Check the "Title Deed

Ask for the "Encumbrance Certificate": Registration

Paying of expenses

The Land Clearance procedure is done under the State Urban Development Authority

TRADE LICENCE
Trade License is a license issued by the Superintendent of Tax and Excise of any District which gives the permission to

carry on the particular trade or business for which it is


issued. This service can be availed by those who are the domicile of the concerned district.

PROCEDURE TO GET TRADE LICENCE


SUBMISSION OF APPLICATION TO THE SUPERITENDENT OF TAX AND EXCISE

SUBMITTING THE REQUIRED DOCUMENT

PAYING OF FEES (ranges from Rs. 25000 to RS.50,000)

GETTING OF LICENCE IN 8 TO 10 DAYS

CENTRAL EXCISE REGISTRATION


An excise or excise tax (sometimes called a of excise special tax) is an inland tax on the sale, or production for sale, of specific goods or a tax on a good produced for sale, or sold, within a country.
As per section 3 of Central Excise Act (CEA) excise duty is levied if: 1) There is a good. 2) Goods must be moveable 3) Goods are marketable and made in India. 4) Goods are mentioned in the Central

Excise Tariff Act (CETA).

REGISTRATION PROCEDURE
STEP 1. STEP 2. STEP 3.
Application for registration to the Assistant Commissioner or Deputy Commissioner in duplicate.

Accompanied by a self-attested copy of Permanent Account Number (PAN) and payment of fees.

the excise department allots the registration certificate within 7 days.

The registration certificate mentions the Excise Control Code (ECC), the ECC is a 15 digit number which has first 10 digits of PAN, next two digits are either XM for manufacturer or XD for dealer and the last three digits are number like 001,002 etc.

SPECIMEN OF CENTRAL EXCISE REGISTRATION CERTIFICATE

ISI CERTIFICATION

The Product Certification Scheme of BIS aims at providing guarantee of quality, safety and reliability of products to the ultimate customer. Presence of ISI certification mark known as Standard Mark on a product is an assurance of conformity to the specifications.

ISI REGISTRATION PROCEDURE


Application to be submitted in duplicate duly stamped and signed by proprietor / partner / MD / authorized signatory of the firm indicating name & designation. Clearly indicate product variety to be covered (type/grade/declared parameters etc). Give details of licence held earlier if any. All Visits/Inspections till grant of licence are chargeable @ Rs 3000 per day per person. Testing charges of sample(s) are to be paid at the time of drawal of sample. Issuance of ISI Registration Certificate.

SPECIMEN OF ISI REGISTRATION CERTIFICATE

ENVIRONMENT CLEARANCE
The environmental clearance process is required by all projects and covers aspects like screening, scoping and evaluation of the upcoming project. The main purpose is to assess impact of the planned project on the environment and people and to try to abate/minimize the same. Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) is an important management tool for ensuring the optimal use of natural resources for sustainable

development.

REGULATORY AUTHORITIES FOR ENVIRONMENT CLEARANCE


MINISTRY OF ENVIRONMENT

CENTRAL POLLUTION CONTROL BOARD

STATE POLLUTION CONTROL BOARD

ENVIRONMENT CLEARANCE PROCESS

FACTORIES ACT 1948


(1) This Act may be called the Factories Act, 1948. (2) It extends to the whole of India. (3) It shall come into force on the 1st day of April, 1949.

All the industries or factories established or will going to be established have to comply with all the provisions covered under the Factories Act 1948.

OBJECTIVES OF FACTORIES ACT 1948


To ensure adequate safety measures and to promote the health and
welfare of the workers employed in factories. To prevent haphazard growth of factories through the provisions related to the approval of plans before the creation of a factory. To regulate the working condition in factories, regulate the working hours, leave, holidays, overtime, employment of children, women and young persons etc.

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