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The Industries (Development and Regulation) Act, 1951 (Act No. 65 of 1951) :

The Industries (Development and Regulation) Act, 1951 (Act No. 65 of 1951) PREPARED BY : Patel Sunil.B M.Pharm(QA) Sem-2. GUIDED BY: Mrs. Riddhi Madhu M.Pharm, ph.D Mts. V. B. Manvar College of Pharmacy ,Dumiyani 1

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Contents: Introduction Objective Central Advisory Council Development Council The First Schedule The Second Schedule The Third Schedule References 2

The IDR Act, 1951 :

The IDR Act, 1951 Introduction: It is an Act to provide for the development and regulation of certain industries. It was established on 31st October, 1951. It extends to the whole of India. It is declared that the Union should take under its control the industries specified in the First Schedule. 3

Objective::

Objective: regulating the production controlling the prices regulating the distribution of any article promote scientific and industrial research provide for the training of technicians 4

There are mainly 2 councils for establishing & regulating the industries.:

T here are mainly 2 councils for establishing & regulating the industries. A) The CENTRAL ADVISORY COUNCIL established under section 5. B) The DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL established under section 6. 5

THE CENTRAL ADVISORY COUNCIL :

THE CENTRAL ADVISORY COUNCIL Establishment: The Central Government has established a Council to be called the Central Advisory Council. The purpose of advising it on matters concerning the development and regulation of scheduled industries. 6

Constitution of Central Advisory Council:

Constitution of Central Advisory Council The Advisory Council shall consist of a Chairman and such other members , Not exceeding 30 in number, All of whom shall be appointed by the Central Government. 7

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(a) owners of industrial undertakings in scheduled industries. (b) persons employed in industrial undertakings in scheduled industries. (c) consumers of goods manufactured or produced by scheduled industries. (d ) such other class of persons including primary producer , as in the opinion of the Central Government. 8

Functions of Central Advisory Council:

Functions of Central Advisory Council (a) A duty of excise at such rate as may be specified in the notified order and different rates may be specified for different goods or different classes of goods. (b) Provided that no such rate shall in any case exceed two per cent of the value of the goods. 9

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(c)promoting in a harmonious manner the industrial economy of the country . (d) regulating the production of any article or class of articles by the industrial undertaking or under takings and fixing the standards of production . (e) controlling the prices or regulating the distribution of any article or class of articles which have been the subject- matter of investigation. 10

The Development Council :

The Development Council Establishment: The Central Government has established for any scheduled industry or group of scheduled industries, a body of persons to be called a Development Council. 11

Constitution Of Development Council:

Constitution Of Development Council It consists: (a) persons capable of representing the interests of industrial undertakings in the scheduled industry or group of scheduled industries. (b)persons having special knowledge of matters relating to the technical or other aspects of the scheduled industry or group of scheduled industries. 12

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(c) Persons capable of representing the interests of persons employed in industrial undertakings in the scheduled industry or group of scheduled industries. (d) Persons capable of representing the interests of consumers of goods manufactured or produced by the scheduled industry or group of scheduled industries. 13

Functions of Development council:

Functions of Development council (a)A Development Council shall perform such functions of a kind specified in the second Schedule as may be assigned to it by the Central Government. (b)To provide in order to increase the efficiency or productivity in the scheduled industry or group of scheduled industries. 14

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(c) It is established to improve or develop the service that such industry or group of industries renders or could render to the community. (d) To enable such industry or group of industries to render such service more economically. (e) A Development Council shall also perform such other functions as it may be required to perform by or under any other provision of this Act. 15

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(f) To promote scientific and industrial research with reference to the scheduled industry or group of scheduled industries. (g) To promote improvements in design and quality with reference to the products of such industry or group of industries. (h) To provide for the training of technicians and labour in such industry or group of Industries. ( i ) To meet such expenses in the exercise of its functions and its administrative expenses as may be prescribed. 16

Reports & Accounts of Development Council:

Reports & Accounts of Development Council (a) It shall prepare and transmit to the Central Government and the Advisory Council . (b) It should be submitted annually. (c) A report setting out what has been done in the discharge of its functions during the financial year last completed. (d) The statement of account shall be prescribed to the best commercial standards . 17

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(e)The Report shall include a statement of the account for that year and shall be transmitted as soon as accounts therefore have been audited, together with a copy of any report made by the auditors on the accounts. (f) The statement shall show the total of remuneration and allowances paid during the year to members and officers of the Council. (g) A copy of each such report of a Development Council, or made by the auditors on its accounts, shall be laid before Parliament by the Central Government. 18

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THE FIRST SCHEDULE [ sections 2 and 3( i )] Any industry engaged in the production of any of the articles mentioned under each of the following heading or sub-headings, namely :- METALLURGICAL INDUSTRIES: A. Ferrous : Iron and steel, Ferro- alloys, Iron and steel pipes, Special steels. 19

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B. Non-ferrous : Precious metals, including gold and silver, and their alloys. C. Fuels : Coal, lignite, Mineral oil, spirit, diesel oil, kerosene oil, fuel oil, Fuel gases. D. Electrical equipment : Electrical motors, fans, lamps, furnaces, Household appliances such as electric irons, heaters, Storage batteries. 20

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E. Tele-communications : Telephones, Wireless communication apparatus, Radio receivers, Television sets. F. Transportation : Aircraft, Ships, Railway rolling stock, Automobiles , Bicycles. G. Industrial machinery : Textile machinery, Cement machinery, Chemical machinery, Pharmaceuticals machinery , Paper machinery. 21

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H. Agricultural machinery: Tractors, harvesters, Agricultural implements. I. Earth-moving machinery: Bulldozers, dumpers, scrapers. J. Miscellaneous industries: Hand tools, small tools , Pressure Cookers, Cutlery, Steel furniture. K. Medical and surgical appliances: Surgical instruments- sterilizers, incubators. 22

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L. Industrial instruments: Indicating, recording and regulating devices for pressure, temperature, rate of flow, Weighing machines. M. Scientific instruments: Scientific instrumentation. N. Fertilizers: Inorganic fertilizers, Organic fertilizers, Mixed fertilizers. 23

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O. Chemical (other than fertilizers): Inorganic heavy chemicals. Organic heavy chemicals. Synthetic resins, plastics, Paints, varnishes, enamels, Synthetic rubbers. Coal tar distillation products. Explosives including gun powder and safety fuses. Insecticides, fungicides. 24

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P. Photographic raw film and paper Q. Dye-stuffs : R. Drugs and pharmaceuticals : S. Fermentation industries : T. Food processing industries : 25

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THE SECOND SCHEDULE [ section 6(4)] Functions which may be assigned to Development Councils :- Recommending targets for production, reviewing progress from time to time. Suggesting norms of efficiency with a view to eliminating waste , obtaining maximum production, improving quality and reducing costs . improving the working of the industry. 26

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Promoting arrangements for better marketing. Promoting standardization of products. Assisting in the distribution of controlled materials and promoting arrangements for obtaining materials for the industry. Promoting or undertaking inquiry for the discovery and development of new materials, equipment and methods. 27

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Promoting the training of persons engaged or proposing engagement in the industry and their education in technical or artistic subjects. Promoting the retaining in alternative occupations of personnel engaged in the industry. Promoting or undertaking scientific and industrial research , research into matter affecting industrial psychology and research into matters relating to production and to the consumption or use of goods and services supplied by the industry. 28

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Promoting improvements & standardization of accounting and costing methods and practice. Promoting or undertaking the collection and formation of statistics . Investigating possibilities of decentralizing stages and processes of production with a view to encouraging the growth of allied small scale and cottage industries . 29

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Promoting the adoption of measures for increasing the productivity of labour , including measures for securing safer and better working conditions and the provision and improvement of incentives for workers . Advising on any matters relating to the industry (other than remuneration and conditions of employment). Undertaking arrangements for making available to the industry information obtained. 30

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THE THIRD SCHEDULE (Section 18FB) The Industrial Employment (Standing Orders) Act, 1946 (20 of 1946). The Industrial Disputes Act, 1947 (14 of 1947). The Minimum Wages Act, 1948 (11 of 1948) 31

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LIST OF AMENDING ACTS The Industries (Development and Regulation) Amendment Act, 1953 (26 of 1953). The Industries (Development and Regulation) Amendment Act, 1956 (71 of 1956). The Repealing and Amending Act, 1957 (36 of 1957). The Industries (Development and Regulation) Amendment Act, 1961 ( 51 of 1961). The Industries (Development and Regulation) Amendment Act, 1962 (37 of 1962). The Industries (Development and Regulation) Amendment Act, 1965 (6 of 1965). 32

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The Industries (Development and Regulation) Amendment Act, 1971 (72 of 1971). The Industries (Development and Regulation) Amendment Act, 1973 (67 of 1973). The Industries (Development and Regulation) Amendment Act, 1974 (32 of 1974). The Industries (Development and Regulation) Amendment Act, 1979 (17 of 1979). The Industries (Development and Regulation) Amendment Act, 1984 (4 of 1984). The Delegated Legislation Provisions (Amendment) Act, 1986 (4 of 1986). 33

References::

References: http://www.vakilno1.com/bareacts/industriesdevact/industriesdevact.htm 34

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