State Registration Required? Act Name Registration Mode (Online/offline) Min No. of employees Registration to be obtained within how many days Condition for Registration Section/Rule No.
Andhra Pradesh Yes Andhra Pradesh Shops and Establishments Act, 1988 Online Required even if no employees Within 30 days from the date on which the establishment commences its work. Form required: Form I Not required for establishment in mines and oil fields, establishments in bazaars in places where fairs or festivals are held temporarily for a period not exceeding one month. Section 3, Rule 3
Andaman and Nicobar Islands Yes Andaman and Nicobar Islands Shops and Establishments Regulation, 2004 Online Required even if no employees Within 30 days from the date on which the establishment is established. Form required: Form A Not required for offices owned by Government; or establishments for the treatment or care oldie sick, infirm, destitute or mentally unfit, offices of legal practitioners and medical practitioners in which not more than three persons are employed. Section 4, Rule 3
Assam Yes Assam Shops and Establishments Act, 1971 Offline Required even if no employees Within 30 days from the date on which the establishment commences its work. Form required: Form O Not required for establishments owned by Government, local authorities, the Reserve Bank of India or any other Bank, any Railway Administration, any industry or business or undertaking which supply power, light or water to the public, establishment for the treatment or care of the sick, infirm, destitute or mentally unfit, shops or stalls in any public fair or bazaar held for charitable purposes, shops or classes of shops dealing mainly in vegetables, meat, fish, raw jute and cotton ginning, and establishments in mine and oilfields, stall and refreshment rooms at railway stations, docks, wharves and airports. Section 36, Rule
Bihar Yes Bihar Shops and Establishments Act, 1953 Online Required even if no employees Within 30 days from the date on which the establishment commences its work. Form required: Form I Not required for establishment in mines. Section 5, Rule 3
Chandigarh Yes Punjab Shops and Commercial Establishments Act, 1958 Online Required even if no employees Within 30 days from the date on which the establishment commences its work. Form required: Form F Not required for establishments owned by Government, local authorities, Railway Administration, any industry or business or undertaking which supply power, light or water to the public, air service, telephone service, legal practitioner and establishment of stamp vendors and petition writers. Section 13, Rule 13
Chattisgarh Yes Chhattisgarh Shops and Establishments Act, 1958 Online Required even if no employees Within 30 days from the date on which the establishment commences its work. Form required: Form A Not required for establishments owned by Government, local authorities, the Reserve Bank of India, LIC, establishment for the treatment or care of the sick, infirm, destitute or mentally unfit, shops or stalls in any public fair or bazaar held for charitable purposes, and stalls and refreshment rooms at railway stations, or railway dining cars. Section 6, Rule3
Dadra and Nagar Haveli Yes Goa Shops and Establishments Act, 1973 Online Required even if no employees Within 90 days from the date on which the establishment commences its work. Form required: Form I Not required for establishments owned by Government, local authorities, the Reserve Bank of India, any nationalised, scheduled or co-operative bank, mine and oil fields, shops or stalls in any public fair or bazaar held for charitable purposes. Section 3, Rule 3
Daman and Diu Yes Goa Shops and Establishments Act, 1973 Offline Required even if no employees Within 90 days from the date on which the establishment commences its work. Form required: Form I Not required for establishments owned by Government, local authorities, the Reserve Bank of India, any nationalised, scheduled or co-operative bank, mine and oil fields, shops or stalls in any public fair or bazaar held for charitable purposes. Section 3, Rule 3
Delhi Yes Delhi Shops and Establishments Act, 1954 Online Required even if no employees Within 90 days from the date on which the establishment commences its work. Form required: Form A Not required for theatres, cinemas, restaurants, eating houses, residential hotels, clubs or other places of public amusement or entertainment, mines, establishments of doctors, medical practitioners and legal practitioners, Airlines Corporation, telegraph or postal service, any office of or under the Central Government, or Delhi Administration. Section 5, Rule 3
Goa Yes Goa Shops and Establishments Act, 1973 Online Required even if no employees Within 90 days from the date on which the establishment commences its work. Form required: Form I Not required for establishments owned by Government, local authorities, the Reserve Bank of India, any nationalised, scheduled or co-operative bank, mine and oil fields, shops or stalls in any public fair or bazaar held for charitable purposes. Section 3, Rule 3
Gujarat Yes Gujarat Shops and Establishments (Regulation of Employment and Conditions of Service) Act,2019 Online/offline 10 employees. Intimation Application required for 0 to 9 Employees. Within 60 days from the date on which the establishment commences its work. Form required: Form A Not required for establishments owned by Government, local authorities, the Reserve Bank of India. Section 6, Rule 4
Haryana Yes Punjab Shops and Commercial Establishments Act, 1958 Online Required even if no employees. Within 30 days from the date on which the establishment commences its work. Form required: Form F Not required for establishments owned by Government, local authorities, Railway Administration, any industry or business or undertaking which supply power, light or water to the public, air service, telephone service, legal practitioner and establishment of stamp vendors and petition writers. Section 13, Rule 13
Himachal Pradesh Yes Himachal Pradesh Shops and Commercial establishment Act, 1969 Offline Required even if no employees. Within 30 days from the date on which the establishment commences its work. Form required: Form 1 Not required for establishments owned by Government, local authorities, Railway Administration, any industry or business or undertaking which supply power, light or water to the public, air services, legal practitioner and establishment of stamp vendors and petition writers. Section 13, Rule 3
Jammu and Kashmir Yes Jammu and Kashmir Shops and Establishments Act, 1966 Online Required even if no employees. Within 30 days from the date on which the establishment commences its work. Form required: Form A Not required for establishments owned by Government, local authorities, the Reserve Bank of India, SBI and LIC, establishment for the treatment or care of the sick, infirm, destitute or mentally unfit, shops or stalls in any public fair or bazaar held for charitable purposes, stalls and refreshments rooms a t railway stations or railway dinning cars, legal practitioners, establishment carrying on the business of transport of passengers and goods by motor vehicles, and clubs. Section 6, Rule 3
Jharkhand Yes Bihar Shops and Establishments Act, 1953 Online 10 employees Within 30 days from the date on which the establishment commences its work. Form required: Form I Not required for establishment in mines. Section 6, Rule 3
Karnataka Yes Karnataka Shops and Commercial Establishments Act, 1961 Online Required even if no employees Within 30 days from the date on which the establishment commences its work. Form required: Form A Not required for establishments owned by Government, local authorities, any Railway Administration, any industry or business or undertaking which supply power, light or water to the public, establishment for the treatment or care of the sick, infirm, destitute or mentally unfit, banking company, offices of legal practitioners and medical practitioners in which not more than three persons are employed. Section 4, Rule 3
Kerala Yes Kerala Shops and Commercial Establishments Act, 1960 Online Required even if no employees Within 60 days from the date on which the establishment commences its work. Form required: Form BI Not required for establishments owned by Government, local authorities, mine, shops or stalls in any public fair or bazaar held for charitable purposes. Section 5A, Rule 2A
Madhya Pradesh Yes Madhya Pradesh Shops and Establishments Act, 1958 Online Required even if no employees Within 30 days from the date on which the establishment commences its work. Form required: Form A Not required for establishments owned by Government, local authorities, the Reserve Bank of India, SBI and LIC, establishment for the treatment or care of the sick, infirm, destitute or mentally unfit, shops or stalls in any public fair or bazaar held for charitable purposes, stalls and refreshments rooms a t railway stations or railway dinning cars, legal practitioners, establishment carrying on the business of transport of passengers and goods by motor vehicles, and clubs. Section 6, Rule 3
Maharashtra Yes Maharashtra Shops and Establishments (Regulation of Employment and Conditions of Service) Act, 2017 Online 10 employees. Intimation Application required for 0 to 9 Employees. Within 60 days from the date on which the establishment commences its work. Form required: Form A Not required for establishments owned by Government, local authorities, the Reserve Bank of India, Mumbai Port Trust, railway adminitration, Offices of Air Service Companies, Court libraries, establishment for the treatment or care of the sick, infirm, destitute or mentally unfit. Section 6, Rule 3
Manipur Yes Manipur Shops and Establishments Act, 1972 Offline Required even if no employees. Within 30 days from the date on which the establishment commences its work. Form required: Form IX Not required for establishments owned by Government, local authorities, the Reserve Bank of India,the State Bank of India and other nationalised banks and corporations, Any transport service, motor service, any industry, business or undertaking which supplies power, light or water to the public, Establishment for the treatment or care of the sick the infirm or the mentally deranged, and for the benefit of the benefit of the destitute, Pharmacies or shops dealing mainly in medicines; surgical or medical; surgical or medical appliances, Shops dealing in articles required for funerals, burials or cremations, Shops or stalls dealing mainly in vegetables meat, fish, dairy produce, bread, pastries, sweetmeats, flowers, Shop, stalls or refreshment rooms in any public exhibition or show, establishments dealing in petroleum products, Excise shops. Rule 2-A
Meghalaya Yes Meghalaya Shops and Establishment Act 2003 Offline Required even if no employees. Within 30 days from the date on which the establishment commences its work. Form required: Form A Not required for establishments owned by Government, local authorities, the Reserve Bank of India or any other Bank, any Railway Administration, any industry or business or undertaking which supply power, light or water to the public, establishment for the treatment or care of the sick, infirm, destitute or mentally unfit, shops or stalls in any public fair or bazaar held for charitable purposes, shops or classes of shops dealing mainly in vegetables, meat, fish, raw jute and cotton ginning, and establishments in mine and oilfields, Stalls and refreshment rooms at railway stations, docks, whart and airports. Section 3, Rule 3
Mizoram Yes Mizoram Shops and Establishments Act, 2010 Offline Required even if no employees. Within 30 days from the date on which the establishment commences its work. Form required: Form A Not required for establishments owned by Government, local authorities, the Reserve Bank of India or any other Bank, any Railway Administration, any industry or business or undertaking which supply power, light or water to the public, establishment for the treatment or care of the sick, infirm, destitute or mentally unfit, shops or stalls in any public fair or bazaar held for charitable purposes, shops or classes of shops dealing mainly in vegetables, meat, fish, raw jute and cotton ginning, and establishments in mine and oilfields. Section 3, Rule 3
Nagaland Yes Nagaland Shops and Establishments Act, 1982 Offline Shops ans establishments- Required even if no employees. Commercial establishments like business of advertising, commission, forwarding or commercial agency, insurance company and stock broker- 1 employee Within 30 days from the date on which the establishment commences its work. Form required: Form B Not required for establishments owned by Government, local authorities, the Reserve Bank of India or any other Bank, any Railway Administration, any industry or business or undertaking which supply power, light or water to the public, establishment for the treatment or care of the sick, infirm, destitute or mentally unfit, shops or stalls in any public fair or bazaar held for charitable purposes, shops or classes of shops dealing mainly in vegetables, meat, fish, raw jute and cotton ginning, and establishments in mine and oilfields, club, pharmacies or shops dealing mainly in medicines surgical appliances, shops dealing in articles required for funerals, burials or cremations, shops dealing in tobacco, cigarettes, cherrots, cigarettes, biris, pan, liquid refreshment, ice, newspaper sold in retail for consumption on the premises, barbers, and hair-dresser’s shops; shops dealing in petroleum products or spare parts for motors, excise shops,stalls in airport or railway. Section 36, Rule 4
Odisha Yes Odisha Shops and Commercial Establishments Act, 1956 Offline 1 employee Within 30 days from the date on which the establishment commences its work. Form required: Form 1 Not required for establishments run by owner only without employing any employee; establishments owned by Government, local authorities, the Reserve Bank of India, establishment for the treatment or care of the sick, infirm, destitute or mentally unfit, shops or stalls in any public fair or bazaar held for charitable purposes and non-profit making libraries. Section 4, Rule 3
Puducherry Yes Puducherry Shops and Establishments Act, 1964 Offline Required even if no employees Within 30 days from the date on which the establishment commences its work. Form required: Form 1 Not required for establishments owned by Government, local authorities, the Reserve Bank of India, Railway Administration, mines and oil fields, establishments in bazaars in places where fairs or festivals are held temporarily for a period not exceeding fifteen days. Section 7, Rule 3
Punjab Yes Punjab Shops and Commercial Establishments Act, 1958 Online Required even if no employees Within 30 days from the date on which the establishment commences its work. Form required: Form F Not required for establishments owned by Government, local authorities, Railway Administration, any industry or business or undertaking which supply power, light or water to the public, air service, telephone service, legal practitioner and establishment of stamp vendors and petition writers. Section 13, Rule 13
Rajasthan Yes Rajasthan Shops and Commercial Establishments Act, 1958 Online Required even if no employees Within 30 days from the date on which the establishment commences its work. Form required: Form 1 Not required for establishments owned by Government, local authorities, the Reserve Bank of India, establishment for the treatment or care of the sick, infirm, destitute or mentally unfit, fairs or bazars for the sale of work for charitable or other purposes from which no private profit is derived and non-profit making libraries. Section 4, Rule 3
Sikkim Yes Sikkim Shops and Commercial Establishments Act, 1983 Offline Required even if no employees Within 30 days from the date on which the establishment commences its work. Form required: Form A Not required for establishments owned by Government, local authorities, the Reserve Bank of India, State Bank of Sikkim, LIC, establishment for the treatment or care of the sick, infirm, destitute or mentally unfit, bazars, fairs or exhibitions for the sale of works for charitable or other purposes from which no profit is derived, stalls and refreshments rooms at railway stations, office of lawyers, clubs, establishment carrying on the business of transport of passengers and goods by motor vehicles. Section 6, Rule 4
Tamil Nadu No Tamil Nadu Shops and Establishments Act, 1947 NA NA NA Currently there is no registration procedure under Tamil Nadu Shops and Establishments Act 1947. But an Amendment Bill (L.A. Bill No. 27 of 2018, dated 27th June 2018) has been introduced in Legislative Assembly to introduce registration of all shops and establishments employing 10 or more persons. NA
Telangana Yes Andhra Pradesh Shops and Establishments Act, 1988 Online Required even if no employees Within 30 days from the date on which the establishment commences its work. Form required: Form I Not required for establishment in mines and oil fields, establishments in bazaars in places where fairs or festivals are held temporarily for a period not exceeding one month. Section 3, Rule 3
Tripura Yes Tripura Shops and Establishments Act, 1970 Offline Required even if no employees Within 30 days from the date on which the establishment commences its work. Form required: Form B Not required for establishments owned by Government, local authorities, Railway Administration, airways, telephone service,undertaking which supply power, light or water to the public, stalls and refreshment rooms at railway station, docks, wharves or airports. Section 16, Rule 4
Uttar Pradesh Yes Uttar Pradesh Dookan Aur Vanijya Adhishthan Adhiniyam, 1962 Online Required even if no employees Within 3 months from the date on which the establishment commences its business. Form required: Form L Not required for establishments owned by Government, local authorities, the Reserve Bank of India, establishment for the treatment or care of the sick, infirm, destitute or mentally unfit. Section 4-B, Rule 2A
Uttarakhand Yes Uttarakhand Shops and Establishments (Regulation of Employment and Conditions of Service) Act, 2017 Online 10 employees Within 6 months from the date on which the establishment commences its business. Form required: Form L Not required for establishments employing less than 10 employees, or establishments owned by Government, local authorities, the Reserve Bank of India, any shop or establishment used for patient, handicapped, without shelter or treatment of mental patient. Section 5, Rule 2A
West Bengal Yes West Bengal Shops & Establishments Act, 1963 Online 10 employees Within 30 days from the date on which the establishment commences its work. Form required: Form B Not required for establishments owned by Government, local authorities, Railway Administration, any industry or business or undertaking which supply power, light or water to the public, tram service, telephone service, airways, stalls and refreshment rooms at railway station, docks, wharves or airports. Section 16, Rule 4
State Act Name Rule Name Min Notice Period Section Conditions for Termination
Andaman and Nicobar Islands Andaman and Nicobar Islands Shops and Establishments Regulation, 2004 Andaman And Nicobar Islands Shops And Establishments Rules, 2005 1 month Section 17 Service of an employee who has been employed for a period of 6 months or more cannot be terminated without giving at least one month’s notice in writing or wages in lieu of such notice. The notice or wages in lieu of such notice is not necessary if the employee is being terminated for misconduct supported by satisShop & Establishment evidence recorded at an enquiry held for the purpose.
Andhra Pradesh Andhra Pradesh Shops and Establishments Act, 1988 Andhra Pradesh Shops And Establishments Rules, 1990 1 month Section 47 1. An employee who has been in employment continuously for a period of 6 months or more shall not be removed from service without giving one month’s previous notice in writing or pay in lieu of such notice.

2. An employee who has been in employment continuously for a period of 1 year or more shall not be removed from service without giving one month’s previous notice or pay in lieu of such notice and service compensation amounting to fifteen days average wages for each year of continuous employment.

3. The payment of service compensation shall not apply in cases where the employee is entitled to gratuity under the Payment of Gratuity Act, 1972 and gratuity is paid on termination.

4. Where an employee who is being terminated for any act, willful omission or negligence causing any damage, loss, or destruction of property belonging to the employer, his service compensation shall be forfeited to the extent of the damage or loss caused.

5. A copy of such termination order shall be furnished to the Inspector within 3 days of termination.

6. Where an employee is placed under suspension pending enquiry into grave misconduct the employer shall pay a subsistence allowance equivalent to fifty per cent of the last drawn wage for the first six months and at seventy five per cent of the last drawn wage beyond six months during the period of suspension. The total period of suspension shall not however exceed one year in any case. If the misconduct is not established or the total period of suspension exceeds one year, the employee shall be entitled to full wages during suspension period and the period of suspension shall be treated as on duty.
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Assam Assam Shops and Establishments Act, 1971 Assam Shops And Establishments Rules, 1976 1 month Section 18 Service of an employee who has been employed for a period of 6 months or more cannot be terminated without giving at least one month’s notice in writing or wages in lieu of such notice. The notice or wages in lieu of such notice is not necessary if the employee is being terminated for misconduct supported by satisShop & Establishment evidence recorded at an enquiry held for the purpose.
Bihar Bihar Shops and Establishments Act, 1953 Bihar Shops And Establishments Rules, 1955 1 Month Section 26 1. An employee who has been in employment continuously for a period of 6 months or more shall not be removed from service without giving one month’s previous notice in writing or pay in lieu of such notice.

2. An employee who has been in employment continuously for a period of 1 year or more shall not be removed from service without giving one month’s previous notice or pay in lieu of such notice and a compensation amounting to fifteen days average wages for each year of continuous employment.

3. The notice or wages in lieu of such notice or compensation is not necessary if the employee is being terminated for misconduct supported by satisShop & Establishment evidence recorded at an enquiry held for the purpose.
Chandigarh Punjab Shops And Commercial Establishments Act, 1958 Punjab Shops And Commercial Establishments Rules, 1958 1 month Section 22 No employee shall be removed from service without giving one month’s previous notice or pay in lieu of such notice. The serving of notice or pay in lieu is not required if-

1. If the employee is being terminated for misconduct supported by satisShop & Establishment evidence.

2. If the employee has not been in the service of the employer continuously for a period of 3 months.
Chattisgarh Chhattisgarh Shops and Establishments Act, 1958 The Chhattisgarh Shops And Establishments Rules, 1959 1 month Section 58 Service of an employee who has been employed for a period of three months or more can not be terminated without giving at least one month’s notice in writing or wages in lieu of such notice. The notice is not necessary if the employee is being terminated for misconduct supported by satisShop & Establishment evidence.
Dadra and Nagar Haveli Goa, Daman and Diu Shops and Establishments Act, 1973 Goa, Daman and Diu Shops And Establishments Rules, 1975 1 month Section 39 Service of an employee who has been employed for a period of 6 months or more cannot be terminated without giving at least one month’s notice in writing or wages in lieu of such notice and a gratuity amounting to fifteen days‟ average wages for each year of continuous employment. The notice or payment in lieu of notice is not necessary if the employee is being terminated for misconduct supported by satisShop & Establishment evidence.
Daman and Diu Goa, Daman and Diu Shops and Establishments Act, 1973 Goa, Daman and Diu Shops And Establishments Rules, 1975 1 month Section 39 Service of an employee who has been employed for a period of 6 months or more cannot be terminated without giving at least one month’s notice in writing or wages in lieu of such notice and a gratuity amounting to fifteen days‟ average wages for each year of continuous employment. The notice or payment in lieu of notice is not necessary if the employee is being terminated for misconduct supported by satisShop & Establishment evidence.
Delhi Delhi Shops and Establishments Act, 1954 Delhi Shops And Establishments Rules, 1954 1 month Section 30 Service of an employee who has been employed for a period of three months or more cannot be terminated without giving at least one month’s notice in writing or wages in lieu of such notice. The notice is not necessary if the employee is being terminated for misconduct after giving him an opportunity to explain the charge or charges against him in writing.
Goa Goa, Daman and Diu Shops and Establishments Act, 1973 Goa, Daman and Diu Shops And Establishments Rules, 1975 1 month Section 39 Service of an employee who has been employed for a period of 6 months or more cannot be terminated without giving at least one month’s notice in writing or wages in lieu of such notice and a gratuity amounting to fifteen days‟ average wages for each year of continuous employment. The notice or payment in lieu of notice is not necessary if the employee is being terminated for misconduct supported by satisShop & Establishment evidence.
Gujarat Bombay Shops and Establishments Act, 1948 The Gujarat Shops And Establishments Rules, 1962 30 days Section 66 An employer cannot terminate an employee who has been with the company for more than a year without giving the employee at least 30 days of notice in writing or wage in lieu of such notice. If an employee has been with the company for more than three months but less than a year, the employer needs to give at least 14 days of notice or or wages in lieu of such notice. The notice is not necessary if the employee is being terminated for misconduct.
Haryana Punjab Shops And Commercial Establishments Act, 1958 Punjab Shops And Commercial Establishments Rules, 1958 1 month Section 22 “No employee shall be removed from service without giving one month’s previous notice in writing or pay in lieu of such notice. The serving of notice or pay in lieu is not required if-

1. If the employee is being terminated for misconduct supported by satisShop & Establishment evidence.

2. If the employee has not been in the service of the employer continuously for a period of 3 months.
Himachal Pradesh Himachal Pradesh Shops and Commercial establishment Act, 1969 Himachal Pradesh Shops And Commercial Establishments Rules, 1972 1 month Section 22 No employee shall be removed from service unless and until one month’s previous notice or wages in lieu thereof has been given to him. However, no employee shall be entitled to such notice or wages in lieu of notice:

a. if he is removed on account of misconduct, after giving him an opportunity to explain the charge or charges against him in writing.

b. If the employee is not in the service of the employer continuously for a period of three months.
Jammu and Kashmir Jammu and Kashmir Shops and Establishments Act, 1966 Jammu And Kashmir Shops And Establishments Rules, 1968 30 days Section 51 Service of an employee who has been employed for a period of 6 months or more cannot be terminated without giving at least 30 day’s notice in writing or wages in lieu of such notice. The notice or wages in lieu of such notice is not necessary if the employee is being terminated for proven misconduct according to the rules to be made by the Government in this behalf.
Jharkhand Bihar Shops and Establishments Act, 1953 Jharkhand Shops And Establishments Rules, 2001 1 Month Section 26 1. An employee who has been in employment continuously for a period of 6 months or more shall not be removed from service without giving one month’s previous notice in writing or pay in lieu of such notice.

2. An employee who has been in employment continuously for a period of 1 year or more shall not be removed from service without giving one month’s previous notice or pay in lieu of such notice and a compensation amounting to fifteen days average wages for each year of continuous employment.

3. The notice or wages in lieu of such notice or compensation is not necessary if the employee is being terminated for misconduct supported by satisShop & Establishment evidence recorded at an enquiry held for the purpose.
Karnataka Karnataka Shops and Commercial Establishments Act, 1961 Karnataka Shops And Commercial Establishments Rules, 1963 1 month Section 39 Service of an employee who has been employed for a period of 6 months or more can not be terminated without giving at least one month’s notice in writing or wages in lieu of such notice. The notice is not necessary if the employee is being terminated for misconduct supported by satisShop & Establishment evidence.
Kerala Kerala Shops and Commercial Establishments Act, 1960 Kerala Shops And Commercial Establishments Rules,1961 1 month Section 18 Service of an employee who has been employed for a period of 6 months or more cannot be terminated without giving at least one month’s notice in writing or wages in lieu of such notice. The notice is not necessary if the employee is being terminated for misconduct supported by satisShop & Establishment evidence recorded at an enquiry held for the purpose.
Madhya Pradesh Madhya Pradesh Shops and Establishments Act, 1958 Madhya Pradesh Shops and Establishments Rules 1959 1 month Section 58 Service of an employee who has been employed for a period of 3 months or more can not be terminated without giving at least one month’s notice in writing or wages in lieu of such notice. The notice is not necessary if the employee is being terminated for misconduct supported by satisShop & Establishment evidence.
Maharashtra Bombay Shops and Establishments Act, 1948 Maharashtra Shops and Establishments Rules, 1961 30 days Section 66 An employer cannot terminate an employee who has been with the company for more than a year without giving the employee at least 30 days of notice in writing or wage in lieu of such notice. If an employee has been with the company for more than three months but less than a year, the employer needs to give at least 14 days of notice or or wages in lieu of such notice. The notice is not necessary if the employee is being terminated for misconduct.
Manipur Manipur Shops and Establishments Act, 1972 Manipur Shops And Establishments Rules, 1973 1 month Section 27 An employee who in continuous service for 6 months or more, shall not be discharged from his service without giving:

a. 1 month notice in writing indicating the reasons for discharge and the period of notice has expired or he has been paid in lieu of notice, one month’s wages in advance; and

b. At the time of discharge, he has been paid compensation equivalent to fifteen days ‘wages.

No notice or pay in lieu of notice shall be necessary where:

a. the discharge is under an agreement which specified a date for the termination of service.

b. The discharge is made due to a charge of such misconduct as may be prescribed or on his conviction on a criminal charge involving moral turpitude.
Meghalaya Meghalaya Shops and Establishment Act 2003 Meghalaya Shops And Establishments Rules, 2004 1 month Section 15 Service of an employee who has been employed for a period of 6 months or more cannot be terminated without giving at least 1 month notice in writing or wages in lieu of such notice. The notice or wages in lieu of such notice is not necessary if the employee is being terminated for proven misconduct supported by satisShop & Establishment evidence.
Mizoram Mizoram Shops And Establishment Act, 2010 Mizoram Shops And Establishment Rules, 2011 1 month Section 18 Service of an employee who has been employed for a period of 6 months or more cannot be terminated without giving at least 1 month notice in writing or wages in lieu of such notice. The notice or wages in lieu of such notice is not necessary if the employee is being terminated for proven misconduct supported by satisShop & Establishment evidence.
Nagaland Nagaland Shops and Establishments Act, 1982 Nagaland Shops And Establishments Rules, 2015 1 month Section 18 Service of an employee who has been employed for a period of 6 months or more cannot be terminated without giving at least one month’s notice in writing or wages in lieu of such notice. The notice or wages in lieu of such notice is not necessary if the employee is being terminated for misconduct supported by satisShop & Establishment evidence recorded at an enquiry held for the purpose.
Odisha Odisha Shops and Commercial Establishments Act, 1956 Odisha Shops And Commercial Establishments Rules,1958 30 days Section 14(4A) The services of an employee shall not be terminated unless a notice of 30 days for such termination has been given to him or in lieu of the notice the employer has paid wages for one month calculated at the rate payable on the date of the notice of termination of service.

No such notice or payment of wages in lieu of such notice shall be necessary if:

a. the termination of service is made as a measure of punishment.

b. if the termination is under an agreement between the employer and employee concerned which specifies a date for the termination of service.
Puduchery Pondicherry Shops and Establishments Act, 1964 Pondicherry Shops And Establishments Rules, 1964 1 month Section 44 Service of an employee who has been employed for a period of 6 months or more cannot be terminated without giving at least one month’s notice in writing or wages in lieu of such notice. The notice is not necessary if the employee is being terminated for misconduct supported by satisShop & Establishment evidence recorded at an enquiry held for the purpose.
Punjab Punjab Shops And Commercial Establishments Act, 1958 Punjab Shops And Commercial Establishments Rules, 1958 1 month Section 22 No employee shall be removed from service without giving one month’s previous notice in writing or pay in lieu of such notice. The serving of notice or pay in lieu is not required if-

1. If the employee is being terminated for misconduct supported by satisShop & Establishment evidence.

2. If the employee has not been in the service of the employer continuously for a period of 3 months.
Rajasthan Rajasthan Shops and Commercial Establishments Act, 1958 Rajasthan Shops And Commercial Establishments Rules, 1959 1 month Section 28 A Service of an employee who has been employed for a period of 6 months or more cannot be terminated without giving at least one month’s notice in writing or wages in lieu of such notice. The notice or wages in lieu of such notice is not necessary if the employee is being terminated for misconduct supported by satisShop & Establishment evidence recorded at an enquiry held for the purpose.
Sikkim Sikkim Shops and Commercial Establishments Act, 1983 Sikkim Shops And Commercial Establishments Rules, 1984 30 days for employees working for 1 year and more
14 days for employees working for more than 3 months
Section 67 No employer shall terminate the services of an employee who has been in his continuous employment:

a. for not less than a year, without giving such persons at least 30 days’ notice in writing, or wages in lieu of such notice.

b. for less than a year but more than 3 months, without giving such person at least 14 days’ notice in writing or wages in lieu of such notice.

c. Such notice shall not be necessary where the services of such employees are dispensed with for misconduct such as absence from service without notice in writing or without sufficient reasons for seven days or more, going on illegal strike; or causing damage to the property of his employer.
Tamil Nadu Tamil Nadu Shops and Establishments Act, 1947 Tamil Nadu Shops And Establishments Rules, 1948 1 month Section 41 Service of an employee who has been employed for a period of 6 months or more cannot be terminated without giving at least one month’s notice in writing or wages in lieu of such notice. The notice is not necessary if the employee is being terminated for misconduct supported by satisShop & Establishment evidence recorded at an enquiry held for the purpose.
Telangana Telangana Shops and Establishments Act, 1988 Telangana Shops And Establishments Rules, 1990 1 month Section 47 1. An employee who has been in employment continuously for a period of 6 months or more shall not be removed from service without giving one month’s previous notice in writing or pay in lieu of such notice.

2. An employee who has been in employment continuously for a period of 1 year or more shall not be removed from service without giving one month’s previous notice or pay in lieu of such notice and service compensation amounting to fifteen days average wages for each year of continuous employment.

3. The payment of service compensation shall not apply in cases where the employee is entitled to gratuity under the Payment of Gratuity Act, 1972 and gratuity is paid on termination.

4. Where an employee who is being terminated for any act, willful omission or negligence causing any damage, loss, or destruction of property belonging to the employer, his service compensation shall be forfeited to the extent of the damage or loss caused.

5. A copy of such termination order shall be furnished to the Inspector within 3 days of termination.

6. Where an employee is placed under suspension pending enquiry into grave misconduct the employer shall pay a subsistence allowance equivalent to fifty per cent of the last drawn wage for the first six months and at seventy five per cent of the last drawn wage beyond six months during the period of suspension. The total period of suspension shall not however exceed one year in any case. If the misconduct is not established or the total period of suspension exceeds one year, the employee shall be entitled to full wages during suspension period and the period of suspension shall be treated as on duty.
Tripura Tripura Shops and Establishments extent. Act, 1970 Tripura Shops And Establishments Rule, 1970 1 month Section 15 Service of an employee who has been employed for a period of 1 year or more cannot be terminated without giving at least one month’s notice in writing or wages in lieu of such notice.
Uttar Pradesh Uttar Pradesh Dookan Aur Vanijya Adhishthan Adhiniyam, 1962 Uttar Pradesh Dookan Aur Vanijya Adhishthan Niyamavali, 1963 30 days Section 19 An employer cannot terminate an employee without giving the employee at least 30 days of notice in writing. The notice of discharge may be of a shorter period if the same is accompanied with payment of wages for the number of days the notice is short of the required period. The notice is not necessary for terminating :

1. An employee engaged for a specified period.

2. If the employee is being terminated for misconduct.
Uttarakhand Uttarakhand Dookan Aur Vanijya Adhishthan Adhiniyam, 1962 Uttarakhand Dookan Aur Vanijya Adhishthan Niyamavali, 1963 30 days Section 19 An employer cannot terminate an employee without giving the employee at least 30 days of notice in writing. The notice of discharge may be of a shorter period if the same is accompanied with payment of wages for the number of days the notice is short of the required period. The notice is not necessary for terminating:

1. An employee engaged for a specified period.

2. If the employee is being terminated for misconduct.
West Bengal West Bengal Shops & Establishments Act, 1963 West Bengal Shops And Establishments Rule, 1964 1 month Section 15 Service of an employee who has been employed for a period of 1 year or more cannot be terminated without giving at least 1 month notice in writing or wages in lieu of such notice. The notice or wages in lieu of such notice is not necessary if the employee is being terminated for proven misconduct supported by satisShop & Establishment evidence.
State Act Name How much OT is to be paid? Maximum Allowed OT hours Section No.
Andhra Pradesh Andhra Pradesh Shops and Establishments Act, 1988 Double Wages 6 hours in a week. Apart from this, for maximum 6 days in a year due to stock-taking and preparations of accounts, any employee may be required to work overtime. But such period does not in aggregate exceed 24 hours. Section 9 and 37
Andaman and Nicobar Islands Andaman and Nicobar Islands Shops and Establishments Regulation, 2004 Double Wages 1 hour in any day or 50 hours in a period of three continuous months. However, this limitation of 1 hour overtime is not applicable on days of stock-taking and preparation of accounts Section 7 and 8
Assam Assam Shops and Establishments Act, 1971 Double Wages 2 hours in any day or 50 hours in any quarter. However, this limitation of 2 hour overtime is not applicable on days of stock-taking and preparation of accounts. Section 7
Bihar Bihar Shops and Establishments Act, 1953 Double Wages 1 hours in any day or 6 hours in any week or 150 hours in a year. Section 9 and 21
Chandigarh Punjab Shops and Commercial Establishments Act, 1958 Double Wages 50 hours in a quarter. Section 7
Chattisgarh Chhattisgarh Shops and Establishments Act, 1958 Double Wages 6 hours in a week. However, for maximum 6 days in a year due to stock-taking or other prescribed occasions,any employee may be required to work overtime. But such period does not in aggregate exceed 24 hours. Section 11 and 55
Dadra and Nagar Haveli Goa Shops and Establishments Act, 1973 Double Wages 6 hours in a week. However, for maximum 15 days in a year due to stock-taking and preparations of accounts, any employee may be required to work overtime. But such period does not in aggregate exceed 24 hours. Section 11 and 29
Daman and Diu Goa Shops and Establishments Act, 1973 Double Wages 6 hours in a week. However, for maximum 15 days in a year due to stock-taking and preparations of accounts, any employee may be required to work overtime. But such period does not in aggregate exceed 24 hours. Section 11 and 29
Delhi Delhi Shops and Establishments Act, 1954 Double Wages 6 hours in any week and 150 hours in a year. Section 8
Goa Goa Shops and Establishments Act, 1973 Double Wages 6 hours in a week. However, for maximum 15 days in a year due to stock-taking and preparations of accounts, any employee may be required to work overtime. But such period does not in aggregate exceed 24 hours. Section 11 and 29
Gujarat Gujarat Shops and Establishments (Regulation of Employment and Conditions of Service) Act,2019 One and a half times his ordinary rate of wages – for establishment other than a residential hotel, restaurant or eating house.

Twice his ordinary rate of wages- For residential hotel, restaurant or eating house.
3 hours in any week- in shop or commercial establishment
3 hours in any day – in a residential hotel, restaurant or eating house
6 hours in any week- in theatre or other place of public amusement or entertainment.
Section 14, 21, 28 and 63
Haryana Punjab Shops and Commercial Establishments Act, 1958 Double Wages 50 hours in a quarter. Section 7
Himachal Pradesh Himachal Pradesh Shops and Commercial establishment Act, 1969 Double Wages 50 hours in a quarter. Section 7
Jammu and Kashmir Jammu and Kashmir Shops and Establishments Act, 1966 Double Wages 3 hours in any week Section 11, 48
Jharkhand Bihar Shops and Establishments Act, 1953 Double Wages 1 hours in any day or 6 hours in a week or 150 hours in a year. Section 9 and 21
Karnataka Karnataka Shops and Commercial Establishments Act, 1961 Double Wages 1 hour in any day or 50 hours in a period of three continuous months. However, this limitation of 1 hours overtime in any day is not applicable on days of stock-taking and preparation of accounts. Section 7 and 8
Kerala Kerala Shops and Commercial Establishments Act, 1960 Double Wages 2 hours in any day or 50 hours in a quarter. However, this limitation of 2 hours overtime in any day is not applicable on days of stock-taking and preparation of accounts. Section 6 and 7
Madhya Pradesh Madhya Pradesh Shops and Establishments Act, 1958 Double Wages 6 hours in a week. However, for maximum 6 days in a year due to stock-taking or other prescribed occasions,any employee may be required to work overtime. But such period does not in aggregate exceed 24 hours. Section 11 and 55
Maharashtra Maharashtra Shops and Establishments (Regulation of Employment and Conditions of Service) Act, 2017 Double Wages 125 hours in a period of three continuous months. Section 15
Manipur Manipur Shops and Establishments Act, 1972 Double Wages The maximum overtime hour is not prescribed. But overtime wage is available to an employee who works in any day-
In Shop- for more than 9 hours.
In Commercial Establishment- for more than 7 hours
In entertainment or amusement- for more than 10 hours
Section 12, 13, 14, 17(2)
Meghalaya Meghalaya Shops and Establishment Act 2003 Double Wages 2 hours in any day . Section 5
Mizoram Mizoram Shops and Establishments Act, 2010 Double Wages 2 hours in any day or 50 hours in a quarter. However, this limitation of 2 hours overtime in any day is not applicable on days of stock-taking and preparation of accounts. Section 6 and 7
Nagaland Nagaland Shops and Establishments Act, 1982 Double Wages 2 hours in any day or 50 hours in a quarter. However, this limitation of 2 hours overtime in any day is not applicable on days of stock-taking and preparation of accounts. Section 6 and 7
Odisha Odisha Shops and Commercial Establishments Act, 1956 Double Wages 1 hour in any day or 50 hours during continuous 3 months. However, this limitation of 1 hour overtime in any day is not applicable on days of stock-taking and preparation of accounts. Section 7 and 8
Puducherry Puducherry Shops and Establishments Act, 1964 Double Wages 2 hours in any day or 6 hours in a week. Section 12 and 34
Punjab Punjab Shops and Commercial Establishments Act, 1958 Double Wages 50 hours in a quarter. Section 7
Rajasthan Rajasthan Shops and Commercial Establishments Act, 1958 One and a half times the ordinary rate of wages. 1 hour in any day or 50 hours in a quarter. However, this limitation of 1 hour overtime in any day is not applicable on days of stock-taking and preparation of accounts. Section 7 and 8
Sikkim Sikkim Shops and Commercial Establishments Act, 1983 Double Wages The maximum overtime hour is not prescribed. But overtime wage is available to an employee who works for more than 9 hours in any day. Apart from this, for 6 days in a year during stock-taking and preparations of accounts, any employee may be required to work overtime. But such period in aggregate shall not exceed 24 hours. Section 7 and 55
Tamil Nadu Tamil Nadu Shops and Establishments Act, 1947 Double Wages 2 hours in any day or 6 hours in a week. Section 9 and 31
Telangana Andhra Pradesh Shops and Establishments Act, 1988 Double Wages 6 hours in a week. Apart from this, formaximum 6 days in a year due to stock-taking and preparations of accounts, any employee may be required to work overtime. But such period does not in aggregate exceed 24 hours. Section 9 and 37
Tripura Tripura Shops and Establishments Act, 1970 Double Wages 1.5 hours in any day and 120 hours in a year. Section 6, 7 and 13
Uttar Pradesh Uttar Pradesh Dookan Aur Vanijya Adhishthan Adhiniyam, 1962 Double Wages 2 hours in any day or 50 hours in a quarter. However, this limitation of 2 hours overtime in any day is not applicable on days of stock-taking and preparation of accounts. Section 6
Uttarakhand Uttarakhand Shops and Establishments (Regulation of Employment and Conditions of Service) Act, 2017 Double Wages 125 hours in a period of three months. Section 8 and 9
West Bengal West Bengal Shops & Establishments Act, 1963 Double Wages 1.5 hours in any day and 120 hours in a year. Section 6, 7 and 13
# State Mandatory + Other Holidays Mandatory Holiday List Description Act Double the Wages Comp. Off Provision in the Act – Wages Attachment
1 Andaman and Nicobar Islands 3 + 5 1. Republic Day
2. Independence Day
3. Gandhi Jayanti
Section 15(2)-Provision of specific compulsory holidays under Section 5(1) shall not apply to an establishment where the number of other holidays with wages allowed by the employer is more than the holidays specified by the Administrator . Andaman and Nicobar Islands Shops and Establishments Regulation, 2004 Not Required Required “15(1)(b)- If an employee required to work on any such holiday, in lieu of the day, a compensatory holiday with wages shall be allowed to such person within 30 days from the date of such holiday. Again, where such employee is required to work on compensatory holiday, he shall be paid additional wages to the ordinary rate of wages in lieu of such compensatory holiday.” View
2 Andhra Pradesh 5 + 4 1. Republic Day
2. May Day
3. Independence Day
4. Gandhi Jayanti
5. Andhra Pradesh Formation Day
The specific compulsory holiday mentioned in the Section 31(1) is not applicable where the number of holidays with wages allowed by the employer is more than the holidays notified under Section 31(1). Andhra Pradesh Shops and Establishments Act, 1988 Not Required Required “Section 31(2)- Any employee may be required to work in such establishment on any such holiday declared under Section 31(1) and (2) subject to the condition that in lieu thereof, a compensatory holiday with wages shall be allowed to such person within thirty days from the date of such holiday; Provided further that, such compensatory holidays shall not exceed seven in a year and where any such employee in any such establishment is required to work on any such compensatory holiday he shall be paid additional wages at the ordinary rate of wages in lieu of such holiday. ” View
3 Arunachal Pradesh 3 + 4 1. Republic Day
2. Independence Day
3. Gandhi Jayanti
“Industrial Employment (Standing Orders)Central Rules, 1946” Either Double Wages or Compensory Holiday (Any One) “Para 10 of Model Standing Orders- Whenever a workman has to work on any of these holidays, he shall, at his option be entitled to – a. either thrice the wages for the day b. or twice the wages for the day on which he work and in addition to avail himself of a substituted holiday with wages on any other day or as laid down in an agreement or an award in force.”
4 Assam 4 + 0 1. Republic Day
2. May Day
3. Independence Day
4. Gandhi Jayanti
The 4 compulsory holiday is mentioned in Section 11(10) of the Assam Shops and Establishments Act 1971. Assam Shops and Establishments Act 1971 Nothing Specified “Section 11(10)- Every person employed in an establishment shall be granted a paid holiday on each of the following occasions and on such other day or days as may be notified by the State Government from time to time. a) 26th January b) 1st May c) 15th Aug d) 2nd October ” View
5 Bihar 3 + 5 1. Republic Day
2. Independence Day
3. Gandhi Jayanti
Bihar Shops and Establishments Act, 1953 Required Not Required “Section 12-A- where an employee required to work on any such holiday shall be paid remuneration at double the rate of his normal wages calculated by the hour.” View
6 Chandigarh 3 + 3 1. Republic Day
2. Independence Day
3. Gandhi Jayanti
Punjab Shops and Commercial Establishments Act, 1958 Required Not Required Section 12- If an employee required to work on any such holiday shall be paid remuneration at double the rate of his normal wages calculated by the hour. View
7 Chhattisgarh 3 + 4 1. Republic Day
2. Independence Day
3. Gandhi Jayanti
Industrial Employment (Standing Orders) Central Rules, 1946 Either Double Wages or Compensory Holiday (Any One as per employee preference) “Para 10 of Model Standing Orders- Whenever a workman has to work on any of these holidays, he shall, at his option be entitled to – a. either thrice the wages for the day b. or twice the wages for the day on which he work and in addition to avail himself of a substituted holiday with wages on any other day or as laid down in an agreement or an award in force.”
8 Dadra and Nagar Haveli 5 + 2 1. Republic Day
2. May Day
3. Independence Day
4. Gandhi Jayanti
5. Goa Liberation Day
The specific compulsory holiday mentioned in the Section 24(1) is not applicable where the number of holidays with wages allowed by the employer is more than the holidays notified under Section 24(1). Goa Shops and Establishments Act, 1973 Required Required Section 24(1)- The employer may require any employee to work in the establishment on all or any of these days’ subject to the condition that for such work the employee shall be paid double the amount of the daily wages and also be granted leave on any other day in lieu of the holiday. View
9 Daman and Diu 5 + 2 1. Republic Day
2. May Day
3. Independence Day
4. Gandhi Jayanti
5. Goa Liberation Day
The specific compulsory holiday mentioned in the Section 24(1) is not applicable where the number of holidays with wages allowed by the employer is more than the holidays notified under Section 24(1). Goa Shops and Establishments Act, 1973 Required Required Section 24(1)- The employer may require any employee to work in the establishment on all or any of these days’ subject to the condition that for such work the employee shall be paid double the amount of the daily wages and also be granted leave on any other day in lieu of the holiday. View
10 Delhi 3 + 4 1. Republic Day
2. Independence Day
3. Gandhi Jayanti
Where at least 10% of the workers of an industrial establishment so desire, they may, in lieu of the festival holidays, avail of two half holidays on any of the festival days of their choice specified in the Schedule after settlement has been made between the employer and the representative of the workers. Punjab Industrial Establishment (National and Festival Holidays and Casual and Sick Leave) Act, 1965(As applicable to Delhi) Either Double Wages or Compensory Holiday (Any One as per employee preference) “Section 5(2)- Where a worker works on any holiday allowed under section 3, he shall at his option, be entitled to- a. twice his average daily wage for that day, or b. his average daily wage for that day and a substituted holiday will his average daily wage on any other day within ninety days from the day on which he so works.” View
11 Goa 5 + 2 1. Republic Day
2. May Day
3. Independence Day
4. Gandhi Jayanti
5. Goa Liberation Day
The specific compulsory holiday mentioned in the Section 24(1) is not applicable where the number of holidays with wages allowed by the employer is more than the holidays notified under Section 24(1). Goa Shops and Establishments Act, 1973 Required Required Section 24(1)- The employer may require any employee to work in the establishment on all or any of these days’ subject to the condition that for such work the employee shall be paid double the amount of the daily wages and also be granted leave on any other day in lieu of the holiday. View
12 Gujarat 3 + 5 1. Republic Day
2. Independence Day
3. Gandhi Jayanti
Gujarat Shops and Establishments (Regulation of Employment and Conditions of Service) Act,2019 Required Required Section 18(7)- Employer may require any worker to work in the shop or establishment on all or any of these days, subject to the conditions that for such work the worker shall be paid double the amount of the ordinary rate of wages and also leave on any other day in lieu of the compulsory holiday. View
13 Haryana 3 + 5 1. Republic Day
2. Independence Day
3. Gandhi Jayanti
Punjab Shops and Commercial Establishments Act, 1958 Required Not Required Section 12- If an employee required to work on any such holiday shall be paid remuneration at double the rate of his normal wages calculated by the hour. View
14 Himachal Pradesh 3 + 3 1. Republic Day
2. Independence Day
3. Gandhi Jayanti
Himachal Pradesh Shops and Commercial establishment Act, 1969 Required Not Required Section 12- If an employee required to work on any such holiday shall be entitled to remuneration at twice the rate of his normal wages calculated by the hour. View
15 Jammu and Kashmir 4 + 4 1. Republic Day
2. Martyrs’ Day
3. Independence Day
4. Gandhi Jayanti
No employee shall be entitled to be paid any wages for any of the holidays allowed under section 3 if he was enjoying leave with pay. Jammu and Kashmir Industrial Establishments (National and Festival) Holidays Act, 1974 Either Double Wages or Compensory Holiday (Any One as per employee preference) “Section 5(2)- Where an employee works on any holiday allowed under section 3, he shall at his option, be entitled to- a. twice the wages; or b. wages for such day and to avail himself of substituted holiday with wages on any other day within 6 months from the holiday on which he so works. Section 5(3)- Piece rated worker shall be entitled to be paid wages for any holiday allowed under section 3- a. only at a rate equivalent to the daily average of his wages; b. where he works on any such holiday, only at twice the rate or in lieu thereof, avail himself a substituted holiday with wages at that rate on any other day within six months from the holiday on which he so works.” View
16 Jharkhand 3 + 5 1. Republic Day
2. Independence Day
3. Gandhi Jayanti
Bihar Shops and Establishments Act, 1953 (As applicable to Jharkhand) Required Not Required “Section 12-A- where an employee required to work on any such holiday shall be paid remuneration at double the rate of his normal wages calculated by the hour.” View
17 Karnataka 5 + 5 1. Republic Day
2. May Day
3. Independence Day
4. Gandhi Jayanti
5. Karnataka Rajyotsava Day
Festival holidays to be selected by the Employer of his choice from the festivals specified in the schedule . Karnataka Industrial Establishments (National and Festival Holidays) Act, 1963 Either Double Wages or Compensory Holiday (Any One as per employee preference) “Section 5(2)- Where an employee works on any holiday allowed under section 3 or 3A, he shall, at his option, be entitled to- a. twice the wages; or b. wages for such day and to avail himself of a substituted holiday with wages on any other day. Section 5(3)- Employee who is paid wages by the day or at piece rates shall be entitled to be paid- i. only at a rate equivalent to the daily average of his wages to be calculated in the prescribed manner; ii. where he works on any such holiday, only at twice the rate, or in lieu thereof, at the rate mentioned in that clause and to avail himself of a substituted holiday with wages at that rate on any other day” View
18 Kerala 4 + 9 1. Republic Day
2. May Day
3. Independence Day
4. Gandhi Jayanti
Kerala Industrial Establishments (National and Festive Holidays) Act, 1958 Required Required “Section 5(2)- Where can employee works on any holiday allowed under section 3, he shall be entitled to twice the wages and to avail himself of a substituted holiday on any other day. Section 5(3)- Piece rated employee shall be entitled to be paid wages for any holiday allowed under section 3,- i. Only at a rate equivalent to the daily average of his wages. ii. Where he works on any such holiday, only at twice the rate mentioned in clause (i) and to avail himself of a substituted holiday with wages at that rate on any other day.” View
19 Madhya Pradesh 3 + 4 1. Republic Day
2. Independence Day
3. Gandhi Jayanti
Industrial Employment (Standing Orders) Central Rules, 1946 Either Double Wages or Compensory Holiday (Any One as per employee preference) “Para 10 of Model Standing Orders- Whenever a workman has to work on any of these holidays, he shall, at his option be entitled to – a. either thrice the wages for the day b. or twice the wages for the day on which he work and in addition to avail himself of a substituted holiday with wages on any other day or as laid down in an agreement or an award in force.”
20 Maharashtra 4 + 4 1. Republic Day
2. May Day
3. Independence Day
4. Gandhi Jayanti
Maharashtra Shops and Establishments (Regulation of Employment and Conditions of Service) Act, 2017 Required Required “Section 18(7)- worker shall be entitled to eight paid festival holidays in a calendar year, namely, 26th January, 1st May, 15th August and 2nd October and four such other festival holidays as may be agreed to between the employer and the workers as per the nature of business, before the commencement of the year. Provided that, the employer may require any worker to work in the establishment on all or any of these days, subject to the conditions that for such work the worker shall be paid double the amount of the daily average wages and also leave on any other day in lieu of the compulsory holiday.” View
21 Manipur 3 + 3 1. Republic Day
2. Independence Day
3. Gandhi Jayanti
Manipur Shops and Establishments Act, 1972 Nothing Specified Section 35- Every employee in a shop or an establishment shall be entitled to leave of absence for three national holidays and for any days he may select, not more than three in a number in a year, for the purpose of attending ceremonies or performing functions or duties connected with or enjoined by his religious faith. View
22 Meghalaya 4 + 22 1. Republic Day
2. May Day
3. Independence Day
4. Gandhi Jayanti
Meghalaya Shops and Establishment Act 2003 Nothing Specified “Section 14- Every employee in an establishment shall be granted a paid holiday on each of the following occasions and on such other days as may be notified by the State Government from time to time declare a. 26th January b. 1st May c. 15th August d. 2nd October” View
23 Nagaland 3 + 4 1. Republic Day
2. Independence Day
3. Gandhi Jayanti
“Industrial Employment (Standing Orders) Central Rules, 1946” Either Double Wages or Compensory Holiday (Any One as per employee preference) “Para 10 of Model Standing Orders- Whenever a workman has to work on any of these holidays, he shall, at his option be entitled to – a. either thrice the wages for the day b. or twice the wages for the day on which he work and in addition to avail himself of a substituted holiday with wages on any other day or as laid down in an agreement or an award in force.”
24 Odisha 4 + 4 1. Republic Day
2. May Day
3. Independence Day
4. Gandhi Jayanti
No employee shall be entitled to be paid any wages for any of the holidays allowed under this section, if his name was not on the rolls of the industrial establishment continuously for a month immediately prior to the holiday. Orissa Industrial Establishments (National and Festival) Holidays Act, 1969 Either Double Wages or Compensory Holiday (Any One as per employee preference) “Section 5(2)- Where an employee works on any holiday allowed under Section 3, he shall, at his option be entitled to- (a) twice the wages; or (b) wages for such day and to avail himself of a substituted holiday with wages on any other day within six months from the holiday, on which he so works. Section 5(3)- Piece rated employee shall be entitled to be paid wages for any holiday allowed under Section 3- i. only at a rate equivalent to the daily average of his wages; ii. where he works on any such holiday, only at twice the rate mentioned in Clause (i), or in lieu thereof, to avail himself of a substituted holiday with wages at that rate on any other day within six months from the holiday on which he so works.” View
25 Puducherry 5 + 3 1. Republic Day
2. May Day
3. Independence Day
4. De Jure transfer day
5. Gandhi Jayanti
“If any of the 5 compulsory holiday falls on a weekly holiday, every employee shall, in addition to his normal wages be entitled to – i. an extra single days’s wages, or ii. avail himself of an additional holiday with wages on any other day” Puducherry Industrial Establishments (National and Festival) Holidays Act, 1964 Either Double Wages or Compensory Holiday (Any One as per employee preference) Section 5(2)(b)- Where an employee works on any holiday allowed under section 3 he shall, at his option, be entitled to – i. twice the wages; or ii. wages for such day and to avail himself of a substituted holiday with wages on any other day. Section 5(3)- Piece rated worker shall be entitled to wages- i. only at a rate equivalent to the daily average of his wages ii. where he works on any such holiday, only at twice the rate mentioned in clause (i), or in lieu thereof, to avail himself of a substituted holiday with wages at that rate on any other day. View
26 Punjab 3 + 3 1. Republic Day
2. Independence Day
3. Gandhi Jayanti
Punjab Shops and Commercial Establishments Act, 1958 Required Not Required Section 12- If an employee required to work on any such holiday shall be paid remuneration at double the rate of his normal wages calculated by the hour. View
27 Rajasthan 3 + 4 1. Republic Day
2. Independence Day
3. Gandhi Jayanti
“Industrial Employment (Standing Orders)Central Rules, 1946” Either Double Wages or Compensory Holiday (Any One as per employee preference) “Para 10 of Model Standing Orders- Whenever a workman has to work on any of these holidays, he shall, at his option be entitled to – a. either thrice the wages for the day b. or twice the wages for the day on which he work and in addition to avail himself of a substituted holiday with wages on any other day or as laid down in an agreement or an award in force.”
28 Sikkim 3 + 4 1. Republic Day
2. Independence Day
3. Gandhi Jayanti
“Industrial Employment (Standing Orders)Central Rules, 1946” Either Double Wages or Compensory Holiday (Any One as per employee preference. “Para 10 of Model Standing Orders- Whenever a workman has to work on any of these holidays, he shall, at his option be entitled to – a. either thrice the wages for the day b. or twice the wages for the day on which he work and in addition to avail himself of a substituted holiday with wages on any other day or as laid down in an agreement or an award in force.”
29 Tamil Nadu 4 + 5 1. Republic Day
2. May Day
3. Independence Day
4. Gandhi Jayanti
Except 26th January, the 1st May, the 15th August and the 2nd October, no employee shall be entitled to be paid any wages for the other 5 holidays under section 3, if he has not completed a period of 30 days’ continuous service immediately preceding such holiday. Tamil Nadu Industrial Establishments (National, festival and special holidays) Act, 1958 Either Double Wages or Compensory Holiday (Any One as per employee preference) Section 5(2)(b)- Where an employee works on any holiday allowed under section 3, he shall, at his option, be entitled to- (i) twice the wages or (ii) wages for such day and to avail himself of a substituted holiday with wages on one of the 3 days immediately before or after the day on which he so works. View
30 Telangana 5 + 4 1. Republic Day
2. May Day
3. Independence Day
4. Gandhi Jayanti
5. State Formation Day
The specific compulsory holiday mentioned in the Section 31(1) is not applicable where the number of holidays with wages allowed by the employer is more than the holidays notified under Section 31(1). Telangana Shops and Establishments Act, 1988 Not Required Required Section 31(2)- Any such employee in any residential hostel, restaurant, eating house, theatre, or any place of public amusement or entertainment may be required to work in such establishment on any such declared holiday subject to the condition that in lieu thereof, a compensatory holiday with wages shall be allowed to such person within thirty days from the date of such holiday. View
31 Tripura 3 + 4 1. Republic Day
2. Independence Day
3. Gandhi Jayanti
“Industrial Employment (Standing Orders)Central Rules, 1946” Either Double Wages or Compensory Holiday (Any One as per employee preference) “Para 10 of Model Standing Orders- Whenever a workman has to work on any of these holidays, he shall, at his option be entitled to – a. either thrice the wages for the day b. or twice the wages for the day on which he work and in addition to avail himself of a substituted holiday with wages on any other day or as laid down in an agreement or an award in force.”
32 Uttar Pradesh Every national holiday + Not Specified Not Specified Uttar Pradesh Industrial Establishments (National Holidays) Act, 1961 Either Double Wages or Compensory Holiday (Any One as per employee preference) Section 3- where an employee is, for any exigencies of business of the industrial establishment, required to work, and works on a national holiday, he shall be paid by the employer, twice the wages for a day, or at the option of the employee, wages for that day, and also a substituted holiday with wages falling within the next calendar month, not being a weekly holiday. View
33 Uttrakhand Every national holiday + Not Specified Not Specified Uttarakhand Industrial Establishments (National Holidays) Act, 1961 Either Double Wages or Compensory Holiday (Any One as per employee preference) Section 3- where an employee is, for any exigencies of business of the industrial establishment, required to work, and works on a national holiday, he shall be paid by the employer, twice the wages for a day, or at the option of the employee, wages for that day, and also a substituted holiday with wages falling within the next calendar month, not being a weekly holiday. View
34 West Bengal 3 + 4 1. Republic Day
2. Independence Day
3. Gandhi Jayanti
“Industrial Employment (Standing Orders)Central Rules, 1946” Either Double Wages or Compensory Holiday (Any One as per employee preference) “Para 10 of Model Standing Orders- Whenever a workman has to work on any of these holidays, he shall, at his option be entitled to – a. either thrice the wages for the day b. or twice the wages for the day on which he work and in addition to avail himself of a substituted holiday with wages on any other day or as laid down in an agreement or an award in force.”

Note:
For Highlighted States, in absence of provisions in the Shops and Rstablishments Act/Festival Holidays Act for the States, the provisions of the Industrial Employment (Standing Orders) Central Rules, 1946 are added.






SL No No.of employees Fee for Registration
1 Nil 30.00
2 Employing up to 5 persons 100.00
3 Employing 6 and and above and up to 10 persons 200.00
4 Employing more than 11and up to 20 persons 350.00
5 Employing 21and above and up to 50 persons 1000.00
6 Employing 51 persons and above and up to 100 persons 2000.00
7 Employing 101 and above 2500.00

Note:-


1. Application for Registration: Form I

2. Source: Schedule to the AP Shops and Establishments Rules 1990

SL No No.of employees Fee for Registration
1 Nil 10.00
2 Employing up to 10 persons 100.00
3 Employing 11 and and above and up to 25 persons 150.00
4 Employing more than 25 employees 200.00

Note:-


1. Form for Registration: Form A

2. Source: Schedule to the Andaman and Nicobar Islands Shops and Establishments Regulation 2004

No data available.

SL No Category of Shop Fee for Registration
Shop
1 Self employed small shops (Pan gumti type) 100.00
2 Shops with no employee 300.00
3 Shops with 1 to 3 employees 1000.00
4 Shops with 4 to 9 employees 2000.00
5 Shops with 10 to 20 employees 4000.00
6 Shops with 21 to 50 employees 10000.00
7 Shops with 51 or more employees 20000.00
Jewellwery Shops
8 Self employed Jewellery Shops 1000.00
9 Jewellery shops with 1 to 3 employees 2000.00
10 Jewellery shops with 4 to 9 employees 3000.00
11 Jewellery shops with 10 or more employees 10000.00
12 Self employed shops dealing in costly stones, gems etc 1000.00
13 Self employed shops dealing in costly stones, gems etc with 1 to 3 employees. 2000.00
14 Self employed shops dealing in costly stones, gems etc with 4 to 9 employees. 4000.00
15 Self employed shops dealing in costly stones, gems etc with 10 to 20 employees. 10000.00
16 Self employed shops dealing in costly stones, gems etc with 21 or more employees. 20000.00
Establishments
17 Estt. With no employee 250.00
18 Estt. With 1 to 3 employee 1000.00
19 Estt. With 4 to 9 employee 2500.00
20 Estt. With 10 to 20 employee 5000.00
21 Estt. With 21 to 50 employee 10000.00
22 Estt. With 51 or more employee 20000.00
Hotels and Restaurants
23 Estt. With no employee (Hotel, Resturant) 250.00
24 Estt. With 1 to 20 employee (Hotel, Resturant, Resort up to Three Star Category) 10000.00
25 Estt. With 20 or more employee (Hotel, Resturant, Resort categorized as Four Star and above) 15000.00
Cine Plex
26 Cine Plex with 10 to 19 employees 10000.00
27 Cine Plex with 20 or more employees 20000.00
28 Multiplexes with 10 to 19 employees 20000.00
29 Multiplexes with 20 or more employees 25000.00
30 Amusement Parks 25000.00

Note:-


1. https://labourcommissioner.assam.gov.in/portlet-innerpage/check-list-of-documents-required-to-be-submitted-with-each-application-form#main6

2. Application for Registration: Form O

SL No No.of employees Fee for Registration
1 Up to 2 1.00
2 Between 3 to 5 2.00
3 Between 6 to 10 10.00
4 Between 11 to 20 20.00
5 Between 21 to 50 50.00
6 50 and Above 100.00

Note:-


1. Application for Registration Form: Form I

2. http://labour.bih.nic.in/Acts/Bihar-Shops-and-Establishment-Rules-1955.pdf
SL No Type of establishment Registration fee for first three years
1 Shops and commercial establishments (excluding Dhabas and Halwais) not covered under the above two categories and employing less than 10 employees Nil
2 Shops and commercial establishments owned and managed by the shopkeeper himself and not employing any employee. Nil
3 Starred Hotels, Nursing Homes, Cinema Houses, Privately managed educational institutions private colleges including Medical Colleges, Petrol Pumps, Banks, Insurance Companies and Financial Institutions. 10000.00
4 Workshops, Automobiles, Service Stations, not covered under Factories Act, Computer training Centres, Shorthand and type Institutions, health and fitness clubs, Clinic and Medical Laboratories and Restaurants, unstarred hotels, all shops (excluding Dhabas and Halwais) employing 10 employees or more). 5000.00

Note:-


1. Application for registration: Form H

2. Source: Rule 13 (1) of Punjab Shops and Commercial Establishments Rules, 1958 (as applicable to Chandigarh)

SL No No.of employees Fee for Registration
1 Establishments engaging no employee 100.00
2 Establishments employing not more than 3 employees 150.00
3 Between 4 to 10 200.00
4 Establishments employing 11 persons or above 250.00

Note:-


1. Application for Registration: Form A

2. Source: Rule 5 of Madhya Pradesh Shops and Establishments Rules 1959 as adapted by Chattisgarh

SL No Type of establishment Registration fee
1 Shops/Establishments employing no persons 10.00
2 Shops/Establishments employing 5 or less than 5 persons 20.00
3 Shops/Establishments employing more than 5 but less than 10 persons. 40.00
4 Shops/Establishments employing 10 and above but less than20 persons. 80.00
5 Hotels, Restaurants, Residential Hotels, Theaters or other places of public amusement or entertainment or shop / Establishment employing 20 or more persons / hotels, restaurants, residential hotels, theaters or other public places or other recreational places or stores or more than 20 employees 100.00

Note:-


1. Source: http://labourdnh.in/ShopEstRegistration.aspx

2. Appliation for Registration form: Form I

SL No Type of establishment Registration fee
1 Shops/Establishments employing no persons 150.00
2 Shops/Establishments employing 5 or less than 5 persons 300.00
3 Shops/Establishments employing more than 5 but less than 10 persons. 1000.00
4 Shops/Establishments employing 10 and above but less than20 persons. 2000.00
5 Hotels, Restaurants, Residential Hotels, Theatres or other place of public amusement or entertainment or Shops/Establishments employing 20 and above but less than 30 persons. 8000.00
6 Hotels, Restaurants, Residential Hotels, Theatres or other place of public amusement or entertainment or Shops/Establishments employing 30 or more persons. 10000.00

Note:-


1. Source: 1. https://www.goa.gov.in/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/Procedure-for-making-applications-to-Labour-department-1.pdf

2. Appliation for Registration form: Form I

SL No No.of employees Fee for Registration
1 Establishments engaging no employee 5.00
2 Establishments employing up to 10 employees 15.00
3 Between 11 to 25 30.00
4 Establishments employing 25 persons or above 50.00
5 Hotels, Restaurants, Residential Hotels, Theatres or other places of public Amusement or entertainment employing More than 25 persons 100.00

Note:-


1. Registration Form is: Form A

2. Source: http://www.delhi.gov.in/wps/wcm/connect/doit_labour/Labour/Home/Acts+Implemented/Details+of+the+Rules+Implemented/The+Delhi+Shops+Rules%2C+1954/Schedule

SL No Type of establishment Registration fee
1 Shops/Establishments employing no persons 150.00
2 Shops/Establishments employing 5 or less than 5 persons 300.00
3 Shops/Establishments employing more than 5 but less than 10 persons. 1000.00
4 Shops/Establishments employing 10 and above but less than20 persons. 2000.00
5 Hotels, Restaurants, Residential Hotels, Theatres or other place of public amusement or entertainment or Shops/Establishments employing 20 and above but less than 30 persons. 8000.00
6 Hotels, Restaurants, Residential Hotels, Theatres or other place of public amusement or entertainment or Shops/Establishments employing 30 or more persons. 10000.00

Note:-


1. https://www.goa.gov.in/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/Procedure-for-making-applications-to-Labour-department-1.pdf

2. Appliation for Registration form: Form I

SL No Category of Establishment employing 10 or more employees Registration fee
1 Shops Rs.500.00
2 Establishments Rs.500.00
3 Residential Hotels Rs.2500.00
4 Restaurants and Eating Houses Rs.1000.00
5 Theatre and other places of public amusement Rs.5000.00

Note:-


1. Source- Rule 4 of the Gujarat Shops and Establishments (Regulation of Employment and Conditions of Service) Rules 2020

2. Form Required: Form-A

SL No Type of establishment Registration fee for first three years
1 Starred hotels, cinema houses,banks, insurance companies, financial institutions and/or Information Technology and Information Technology Enabled Establishments and Telecommunication establishments Employing 10 or more empoloyees. Rs. 5,000
2 Nursing homes, Privately managed Educational Institutions/Universities and Petrol Pums Rs. 1,000
3 Worskshops, automobiles service stations (not covered under the Factories Act, 1948), Computer Training Centers, Shorthand and type instituitions, Health & Fitness Clubs, clinics, Medical laboratories, restaurants, un-starred hotels, and/or all Establishments employing 10 or more employees. Rs. 500
4 All Shops and commercial establishments not covered under and above three categories and employing less than 10 employees. Rs. 300
5 All Shops and commercial Establishments owned and/or managed by the shopkeepers himself/herself and not employing and employee. Rs. 100

Note:-


1. Application For Registration Form 2

2. Source: Schedule to the punjab Shop & Establishment (Haryana Amendment) Rures, 2016

SL No Type of establishment Registration fee
1 Establishment employing no person 50
2 Establishment employing upto 5 persons 200
3 Establishment employing more than 5  but less than 11 persons 300
4 Establishment employing more than 10 but less than 26 persons 500
5 Establishment employing more than 25 persons. 2000

Note:-


1. Form 1

2. https://himachal.nic.in/index1.php?lang=1&dpt_id=14&level=1&sublinkid=647&lid=856
SL No Type of establishment Registration fee
1 Shops and Commercial Establishments run by the Owners without any employees. 50.00
2 Shops and Establishments employing less than 3 workers. 150.00
3 Shops and Commercial Establishments employing 3 to 4 workers. 300.00
4 Shops and Commercial Establishments employing 5 to 9 workers. 500.00
5 Shops and Commercial Establishments employing 10 to 19 workers. 1000.00
6 Shops and Commercial Establishments employing 20 or more workers. 2000.00
7 Clinical Laboratories, Privately managed Primary Schools, Beauty Parlours, Tent & Light houses, Ice Candy (Not covered under Factories Act). 500.00
8 Privately managed Middle Schools 800.00
9 Computer Training Centres, Jewellers, STD/ISD/PCO Centres, Health Fitness Centres, Health Clinics, X-Ray / Ultra Sound / ECG Centres, Hostels (C&D Categories), Banquet Halls (Janjgahars), Cable Operators, Medical Agencies, Agencies other than Medical Agencies, Privately managed High Schools, Ice Factories (Not covered under Factories Act). 1000.00
10 Hotel (A&E), Nursing Homes, Cinema Halls, Privately managed Educational Institutions (+ 2 level and above), Privately managed Professional Colleges and Institutions, Petrol Pumps, Insurance Companies excluding Life Insurance Corporation, Financial Institutions, Banks excluding Reserve Bank of India and State Bank of India, Chartered Accountant Chamber, and Wine Shops, Vehicle Show Rooms, Gas Agencies, (Not covered under Factories Act). 2000.00

Note:-



1. Application For Registration: Form A

2. Source:https://www.jklabour.com/welcome/infwizard

SL No No.of employees Fee for Registration
1 Up to 2 60.00
2 Between 3 to 5 120.00
3 Between 6 to 10 240.00
4 Between 11 to 20 420.00
5 Between 21 to 50 900.00
6 Between 51 to 100 1800.00
7 101 and above 6000.00

Note:-


1. Source:http://shramadhan.jharkhand.gov.in/ftp/WebAdmin/documents/SHOPS_&_ESTABLISHMENTS_ACT.pdf

2. Application For Registration: Form I

SL No Number of employees employed Registration and renewal Fee
1 No employee 300.00
2 1 to 9 600.00
3 10 to 19 4000.00
4 20 to 49 10000.00
5 50 to 99 20000.00
6 100 to 250 40000.00
7 251 to 500 50000.00
8 501 to 1000 70000.00
9 1001 and above 75000.00

Note:-


1. Source: Fees are per Karnataka Shops and Establishments (Amendments) Rules 2018 as notified on 17th January 2019

2. Application for Registration: Form A

SL No Number of employees employed Registration Fee
1 Nil 10.00
2 Up to 5 employee 50.00
3 Above 5 and up to 10 workers 50.00
4 Above 10 and up to 20 workers 200.00
5 Above 20 and up to 30 workers 300.00
6 Above 30 and up to 50 workers 500.00
7 Above 50 and up to 100 workers 1000.00
8 Above 100 workers 2000.00

Note:-


1. Source: http://lc.kerala.gov.in/index.php/faq-under-kerala-shops-and-commercial-act

2. Form B

SL No Type of establishment Registration /Renewal Fees Compounding Fees in case application is time barred (applied after 28th Feb)
1 If no worker is employed 100.00 100.00
2 If 1 to 3 workers employed 150.00 150.00
3 If 3 to 10 workers employed 200.00 200.00
4 If more than 10 workers employed 250.00 500.00

Note:-


1. Source: http://labour.mp.gov.in/LabourCommissioner/StaticPages/FeeDetails.aspx

As per Rule 3(b)of Maharashtra Shops And Establishments (Regulation of Employment And Conditions of Service)Rules 2018, every establishment engaging 10 or more workers shall submit an application for registration by payment of electronic transaction charges. There shall be no fees charged for application for registration.

SL No Category of Shop Fee for Registration
Shop
1 Shops with no employee 50.00
2 Shops with 1 to 3 employees 100.00
3 Shops with 4 to 10 employees 200.00
4 Shops with 11 to 20 employees 300.00
5 Shops with 21 and above employees 350.00
Establishments
6 Estt. With no employee 75.00
7 Estt. With 1 to 3 employee 150.00
8 Estt. With 4 to 10 employee 300.00
9 Estt. With 11 to 20 employee 450.00
10 Estt. With 21 or more employee 500.00

Note:-


1. Source: Schedule I to Manipur Shops and Establishments Rules 1974

2. Application for registration: Form IX

SL No Category of Shop Fee for Registration
Shop
1 Shops with no employee 50.00
2 Shops with 1 to 3 employees 150.00
3 Shops with 4 to 10 employees 350.00
4 Shops with 11 to 20 employees 700.00
5 Shops with 21 to 50 employees 1500.00
6 Shops with 51 and above employees 2500.00
Establishments
7 Estt. With no employee 100.00
8 Estt. With 1 to 3 employee 250.00
9 Estt. With 4 to 10 employee 500.00
10 Estt. With 11 to 20 employee 850.00
11 Estt. with 21 to 50 employees 2500.00
12 Estt. with 51 and above employees 3500.00

Note:-


1. Source: Schedule I to Meghalaya Shops and Establishments Rules 2004

2. Application for registration: Form A

SL No Category of Shop Fee for Registration
Shop
1 Ghumti type shall, Self-employed small Shops 50.00
2 Shops with no employee (Run by the Proprietor) 100.00
3 Shops with 1 to 3 employees 150.00
4 Shops with 4 to 9 employees 300.00
5 Shops with 10 employees or more 400.00
6 Jewellery shops engaged in making ornaments 500.00
7 Shops dealing in costly stones 700.00
Establishments
8 Establishment with no employee (Run by the Proprietor) 100.00
9 Establishment with 1 to 3 employees 300.00
10 Estblishment with 4 to 9 employees 400.00
11 Establishment with 10 or more employees 500.00
Establishment for public entertainment or amusement
12 Establishment with no employee (Run by the Proprietor) 200.00
13 Establishment with 1 to 3 employees 500.00
14 Estblishment with 4 to 9 employees 1000.00
15 Establishment with 10 or more employees 1500.00

Note:-


1. Source: Schedule I to Mizram Shops and Establishments Rules 2011

2. Application for registration: Form A

SL No Number of employees employed Registration Fee
1 0 Employees 100.00
2 1-3 Employees 300.00
3 4-6 Employees 500.00
4 7-10 Employees 1000.00
5 11-15 Employees 2000.00
6 16-20 Employees 4000.00
7 21-30 Employees 7000.00
8 31 and Above Employees 10000.00

Note:-


1. Application For Registration Form: Form B

2. Source: Schedule I to the Nagaland Shops and establishments Rules, 2015

SL No Number of employees employed Registration Fee
1 1 to 9 112.50
2 10 to 19 300.00
3 20 or more 450.00

Note:-


1. Application for Registration Form: Form 1

2. Source: http://www.labdirodisha.gov.in/?q=node/98

SL No Number of employees employed Registration Fee
1 0 Employees 30.00
2 1-5 Employees 100.00
3 6-10 Employees 200.00
4 11-20 Employees 350.00
5 21-50 Employees 1000.00
6 51-100 Employees 2000.00
7 101 and Above Employees 2500.00

Note:-


1. Registration Form is Form 1

2. Source: Rule 3 of the Puducherry Shops and Establishments Rules, 1964

SL No Type of establishment Registration fee for first three years
1 Shops and commercial establishments (excluding Dhabas and Halwais) not covered under the above two categories and employing less than 10 employees Nil
2 Shops and commercial establishments owned and managed by the shopkeeper himself and not employing any employee. Nil
3 Starred Hotels, Nursing Homes, Cinema Houses, Privately managed educational institutions private colleges including Medical Colleges, Petrol Pumps, Banks, Insurance Companies and Financial Institutions. 10000.00
4 Workshops, Automobiles, Service Stations, not covered under Factories Act, Computer training Centres, Shorthand and type Institutions, health and fitness clubs, Clinic and Medical Laboratories and Restaurants, unstarred hotels, all shops (excluding Dhabas and Halwais) employing 10 employees or more). 5000.00

Note:-


1 Application for Registration: Form H

2. Source: https://uncovered.complyindia.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/acts&rules/Punjab%20Shops%20and%20Commercial%20Establishments%20Rules,%201958.pdf

SL No Number of employees Registration Fees
1 0-10 Employees Rs. 5000
2 11-50 Employees Rs.20,000
3 51-100 Employees Rs.50,000
4 101 and Above employees Rs.1,50,000

Note:-


1. Registration Form: Form 1

2. Source: Rajasthan Shops and Commercial Establishment (Amendment) Rules, 2019 (Notification No.G.S.R.43, Dated 26th November 2019)

SL No Number of employees employed Registration Fee
1 Shops and establishment having no employees 500.00
2 Shops and establishments having 1 to 9 employees 700.00
3 Shops and establishments having 10 to 19 employees. 1000.00
4 Shops and establishment having 20 to 50 employees. 1500.00
5 Shops and establishment having above 50 employees. 2000.00

Note:-


1. Regisration Form is Form A

2. Source : http://www.sikkimindustries.in/Approval/PDF/LabourDeptFormA.pdf

As per Tamil Nadu Shops and Establishments (Amendment) Act 2018, employer of every establishment employing 10 or more workers shall apply for registration and obtain a registration certificate within a period of six months from the date of commencement of his business.

List of Labour Acts and Rules applicable to Uttrakhand State

SL No Number of employees employed Registration Fee
1 0 Employees 100.00
2 1-5 Employees 500.00
3 6-10 Employees 1000.00
4 11-20 Employees 2000.00
5 21-50 Employees 5000.00
6 51-100 Employees 10000.00
7 101 and Above Employees 1000.00+ 5000.00 for additional 50 Persons

Note:-


1. Registration Form is Form I

2. Source : https://labour.telangana.gov.in/content/Downloads/SE_Reg.pdf

SL No Number of employees Registration Fees
Shops
1 Having No Employee 100.00
2 Having up to Employees 150.00
3 Having more than 3 Employees 300.00
Establishments
1 Commercial Establishments 600.00
Hotels And Restaurents
1 Residential hotel upto 10 seats 300.00
2 Residential hotel between 11-20 seats 600.00
3 Residential hotel exceeding 20 seats 900.00
4 Restaurants, eating House, cafe 300.00
5 Cinema, Theatre and other places of public amusement 900.00

Note:-


1. Application for registration Form: Form A

2. Source: https://labour.tripura.gov.in/sites/default/files/Fees%20under%20TS%26E_0.pdf

SL No Category of Shops and Establishments Registration Fees
Shops
1 Having No Employee 40.00
2 Having 1 to 5 Employees 200.00
3 Having 6 to 10 Employees 300.00
4 Having 11 to 25 Employees 500.00
5 Having more than 25 Employees 1000.00
Commercial Establishments
6 Having No Employee 80.00
7 Having 1 to 5 Employees 300.00
8 Having 6 to 10 Employees 400.00
9 Having 11 to 25 Employees 1000.00
10 Having more than 25 Employees 2000.00
Cinema Theater Barat Ghar Guest House, Public Amusement / Entertainment etc
11 Cinema Theater Barat Ghar Guest House, Public Amusement / Entertainment etc 1000.00
Hotels
12 Four or Five Stars Hotels or Hotels of Like Standard 5000.00
13 Hotel upto three stars standards 2000.00
Non Banking
14 Non Banking Financial Institution/Adhishthan 2000.00
Registered Campanies
15 Employing upto 25 Employees 1000.00
16 Employing More than 25 Employees 2000.00

Note:-


1. Application for Registration Form: For L

2. Source: http://uplabour.gov.in/lc/StaticPages/UPDOOKANAct1962.aspx

SL No Category of Shops and Establishments Registration Fees
Shops
1 Having No Employee 40.00
2 Having 1 to 5 Employees 200.00
3 Having 6 to 10 Employees 300.00
4 Having 11 to 25 Employees 500.00
5 Having more than 25 Employees 1000.00
Commercial Establishments
6 Cinema Theater Barat Ghar Guest House, Public Amusement / Entertainment etc 1000.00
7 Four or Five Stars Hotels or Hotels of Like Standard 5000.00
8 Hotel upto three stars standards 2000.00
9 Any shop or commercial establishment having ownership of registered company employing 1 to 25 employees 1000.00
10 Non-Banking Financial Institution/Adhisthan 2000.00

Note:-


1. Application for Registration Form: For L

2. Source: http://labour.uk.gov.in/files/The_U._P._Dookan_Aur_Vanijya_Adhishthan_Niyamavali,.pdf

SL No No.of employee Registration Fees
Shops
1 Having No Employee 25.00
2 Having 1 to 5 Employees 30.00
3 Having 6 to 20 Employees 40.00
4 Having more than 20 Employees 100.00
Establishments
1 Having No Employee 25.00
2 Having 1 to 5 Employees 30.00
3 Having 6 to 20 Employees 50.00
4 Having more than 20 Employees 250.00

Note:-


1. Application for Registration Form: For B

2. Source: https://wbshopsonline.gov.in/shop/applications/rate_chart/NmY5YTMyNGVkNzIzNTY2ZmZhNGFkMWRmYzA0YTM3NWMyMjY3YzkzMzY4ZGM2NTA0ZTA4YzE5MmZjYmM5MjU4NzE0YmRhYzk2NGFjZmU4MzRiMGRiZTg3YWEyNzcyNzY4NDgzZWNmZWFjNzM4NTIzNzQyZjM2MDc4ZmY5MGE4YjJtNEQvWlluUS9GdzBlempjdEx0aXJmZU9kRnJGejBDZVkydUlIM252ZTdZNFpCV200Y3ZFWFFBVlNIS2RIemE5VHpjclo1Z2poTEEzUjUyNlBSNjhHanFTQ2dxa0dxc2M0YktNK3ZMOHNFQXZ5MCtvaVVtSzRaeUY2TjdNWkQwaEhIUHBOR1BqTmhHMnpIOVo3ME1MVWc9PQ==





Leave Details of Karnataka State under a Shop & Establishment category.

Leave with wages Leave accumulation/Carry Forward allowed Leave encashment Casual Leave Sick Leave Act Name Section Attachment
For young -1 leave for every 15 days of work performed by him.

For adult- 1 leave for every 20 days of work performed by him.
For adult- 45 days

For young- 45 days
If an employee is dismissed or discharged by his employer or quits his employment before he has been allowed the leave (employer refused to grant the leave), the employer shall pay such employee the amount of unavailed leave. N/A Not Exceeding 12 days in a calendar year. Karnataka Shops and Commercial Establishments Act 1961 Section 15 View

Note:-

1. All leaves mentioned here are leave with wages.

2. “Day” means the period of twenty-four hours beginning at midnight.

3. Young means a person who has completed fourteen years of age but below eighteen years of age.

Working Hours, intervals, Exemption and woman’s night shift exemption available to employees of Andhra Pradesh State under a Shop & Establishment category.

No.of Hours of Work / day No.of Hours of Work / Week Interval per day Women’s Night shift Exemption required? Exemption from weekly holiday (Where an establishment may remain open all 7 days in a week and 365 days in a year) Attachment
Maximum 8 Hours per day for adult. And Maximum 7 hours per day for young Maximum 48 hours for adult and maximum 42 hours for young Working hours should not exceed 4 hours without minimum 1 hour interval. Yes, for engagement of woman employee to work before 6 am and after 8.30 pm Government by notification may allow exemption with certain condition. View

Note:-

1. In addition to the regular interval of rest, woman employee who is nursing a child is entitled to two breaks of half an hour each.

2.Young means a person who has completed fourteen years of age but below eighteen years of age.

3. Child means a person who has not completed fourteen years of age.

4. Working period is excluding interval and overtime.

5. Number of working hours in a week means working hours in the days of work excluding week off. It is also excluding interval and overtime work.

6. “Day” means the period of twenty-four hours beginning at midnight.

7. Woman’s night shift exemption means permission to work woman during night and in early morning.

8. Exemption from weekly holiday: As per law, every factory shall remain closed one day in a week. But, the Act also provides for exemption under which a factory may remain open all the days in a week and all the days in the year if the shop or establishment fulfills certain conditions.

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Working Hours, intervals, Exemption and woman’s night shift exemption available to employees of Bihar State under a Shop & Establishment category.

No.of Hours of Work / day No.of Hours of Work / Week Interval per day Women’s Night shift Exemption required? Exemption from weekly holiday (Where an establishment may remain open all 7 days in a week and 365 days in a year) Attachment
Maximum 9 Hours per day for adult. And Maximum 7 hours per day for young Maximum 48 hours for adult and maximum 42 hours for young At least 1 hour in 4 hours for young and 30 minutes in 5 hours for adult daily Yes, for engagement of woman employee to work before 8 am and after 10 pm Government by notification may allow exemption with certain condition. View

Note:-

1. In addition to the regular interval of rest, woman employee who is nursing a child is entitled to two breaks of half an hour each.

2.Young means a person who has completed fourteen years of age but below eighteen years of age.

3. Child means a person who has not completed fourteen years of age.

4. Working period is excluding interval and overtime.

5. Number of working hours in a week means working hours in the days of work excluding week off. It is also excluding interval and overtime work.

6. “Day” means the period of twenty-four hours beginning at midnight.

7. Woman’s night shift exemption means permission to work woman during night and in early morning.

8. Exemption from weekly holiday: As per law, every factory shall remain closed one day in a week. But, the Act also provides for exemption under which a factory may remain open all the days in a week and all the days in the year if the shop or establishment fulfills certain conditions.

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Working Hours, intervals, Exemption and woman’s night shift exemption available to employees of Chattisgarh State under a Shop & Establishment category.

No.of Hours of Work / day No.of Hours of Work / Week Interval per day Women’s Night shift Exemption required? Exemption from weekly holiday (Where an establishment may remain open all 7 days in a week and 365 days in a year) Attachment
Maximum 9 Hours per day for adult. And Maximum 5 hours per day for young Maximum 48 hours for adult and maximum 30 hours for young At least 30 minutes in 3 hours for young and and woman; and 30 minutes in 5 hours for adult daily Yes, for engagement of woman employee to work before 7 am and after 9 pm Government by notification may allow exemption with certain condition. View

Note:-

1. In addition to the regular interval of rest, woman employee who is nursing a child is entitled to two breaks of half an hour each.

2.Young means a person who has completed fourteen years of age but below eighteen years of age.

3. Child means a person who has not completed fourteen years of age.

4. Working period is excluding interval and overtime.

5. Number of working hours in a week means working hours in the days of work excluding week off. It is also excluding interval and overtime work.

6. “Day” means the period of twenty-four hours beginning at midnight.

7. Woman’s night shift exemption means permission to work woman during night and in early morning.

8. Exemption from weekly holiday: As per law, every factory shall remain closed one day in a week. But, the Act also provides for exemption under which a factory may remain open all the days in a week and all the days in the year if the shop or establishment fulfills certain conditions.

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Working Hours, intervals, Exemption and woman’s night shift exemption available to employees of Daman And Diu State under a Shop & Establishment category.

No.of Hours of Work / day No.of Hours of Work / Week Interval per day Women’s Night shift Exemption required? Exemption from weekly holiday (Where an establishment may remain open all 7 days in a week and 365 days in a year) Attachment
Maximum 8 Hours per day for adult. And Maximum 7 hours per day for young Maximum 48 hours for adult and maximum 42 hours for young Working hours should not exceed 5 hours without minimum 1 hour interval. No Government by notification may allow exemption with certain condition. View

Note:-

1. In addition to the regular interval of rest, woman employee who is nursing a child is entitled to two breaks of half an hour each.

2.Young means a person who has completed fourteen years of age but below eighteen years of age.

3. Child means a person who has not completed fourteen years of age.

4. Working period is excluding interval and overtime.

5. Number of working hours in a week means working hours in the days of work excluding week off. It is also excluding interval and overtime work.

6. “Day” means the period of twenty-four hours beginning at midnight.

7. Woman’s night shift exemption means permission to work woman during night and in early morning.

8. Exemption from weekly holiday: As per law, every factory shall remain closed one day in a week. But, the Act also provides for exemption under which a factory may remain open all the days in a week and all the days in the year if the shop or establishment fulfills certain conditions.

Working Hours, intervals, Exemption and woman’s night shift exemption available to employees of Delhi State under a Shop & Establishment category.

No.of Hours of Work / day No.of Hours of Work / Week Interval per day Women’s Night shift Exemption required? Exemption from weekly holiday (Where an establishment may remain open all 7 days in a week and 365 days in a year) Attachment
Maximum 9 Hours per day for adult. And Maximum 6 hours per day for young Maximum 48 hours for adult and maximum 36 hours for young Working hours should not exceed 5 hours without minimum 30 minute interval. Yes, for engagement of woman employee to work between 9 pm to 7 am If a shop is open for 7 days a week, weekly off shall be given to employees in rotation. View

Note:-

1. In addition to the regular interval of rest, woman employee who is nursing a child is entitled to two breaks of half an hour each.

2.Young means a person who has completed fourteen years of age but below eighteen years of age.

3. Child means a person who has not completed fourteen years of age.

4. Working period is excluding interval and overtime.

5. Number of working hours in a week means working hours in the days of work excluding week off. It is also excluding interval and overtime work.

6. “Day” means the period of twenty-four hours beginning at midnight.

7. Woman’s night shift exemption means permission to work woman during night and in early morning.

8. Exemption from weekly holiday: As per law, every factory shall remain closed one day in a week. But, the Act also provides for exemption under which a factory may remain open all the days in a week and all the days in the year if the shop or establishment fulfills certain conditions.

Working Hours, intervals, Exemption and woman’s night shift exemption available to employees of Goa State under a Shop & Establishment category.

No.of Hours of Work / day No.of Hours of Work / Week Interval per day Women’s Night shift Exemption required? Exemption from weekly holiday (Where an establishment may remain open all 7 days in a week and 365 days in a year) Attachment
Maximum 8 Hours per day for adult. And Maximum 7 hours per day for young Maximum 48 hours for adult and maximum 42 hours for young Working hours should not exceed 5 hours without minimum 1 hour interval. No Government by notification may allow exemption with certain condition. View

Note:-

1. In addition to the regular interval of rest, woman employee who is nursing a child is entitled to two breaks of half an hour each.

2.Young means a person who has completed fourteen years of age but below eighteen years of age.

3. Child means a person who has not completed fourteen years of age.

4. Working period is excluding interval and overtime.

5. Number of working hours in a week means working hours in the days of work excluding week off. It is also excluding interval and overtime work.

6. “Day” means the period of twenty-four hours beginning at midnight.

7. Woman’s night shift exemption means permission to work woman during night and in early morning.

8. Exemption from weekly holiday: As per law, every factory shall remain closed one day in a week. But, the Act also provides for exemption under which a factory may remain open all the days in a week and all the days in the year if the shop or establishment fulfills certain conditions.

Working Hours, intervals, Exemption and woman’s night shift exemption available to employees of Gujarat State under a Shop & Establishment category.



No.of Hours of Work / day No.of Hours of Work / Week Interval per day Women’s Night shift Exemption required? Exemption from weekly holiday (Where an establishment may remain open all 7 days in a week and 365 days in a year) Attachment
Maximum 9 Hours per day for adult. And Maximum 6 hours per day for young Maximum 48 hours for adult and maximum 36 hours for young Working hours should not exceed 3 hours without minimum 30 Minutes interval for young. Working hours should not exceed 5 hours without minimum 30 Minutes interval for adult. Yes, for engagement of woman employee to work after 9.30pm If a shop is open for 7 days a week, weekly off shall be given to employees in rotation View

Note:-

1. In addition to the regular interval of rest, woman employee who is nursing a child is entitled to two breaks of half an hour each.

2.Young means a person who has completed fourteen years of age but below eighteen years of age.

3. Child means a person who has not completed fourteen years of age.

4. Working period is excluding interval and overtime.

5. Number of working hours in a week means working hours in the days of work excluding week off. It is also excluding interval and overtime work.

6. “Day” means the period of twenty-four hours beginning at midnight.

7. Woman’s night shift exemption means permission to work woman during night and in early morning.

8. Exemption from weekly holiday: As per law, every factory shall remain closed one day in a week. But, the Act also provides for exemption under which a factory may remain open all the days in a week and all the days in the year if the shop or establishment fulfills certain conditions.

Working Hours, intervals, Exemption and woman’s night shift exemption available to employees of Haryana State under a Shop & Establishment category.



No.of Hours of Work / day No.of Hours of Work / Week Interval per day Women’s Night shift Exemption required? Exemption from weekly holiday (Where an establishment may remain open all 7 days in a week and 365 days in a year) Attachment
Maximum 9 Hours per day for adult. And Maximum 5 hours per day for young Maximum 48 hours for adult and maximum 30 hours for young Working hours should not exceed 3 hours without minimum 30 Minutes interval for young. Working hours should not exceed 5 hours without minimum 30 Minutes interval for adult. Govt allowed women to work in night shift provided that strict conditions is enforced to ensure safety during night Government by notification may allow exemption with certain condition. View

Note:-

1. In addition to the regular interval of rest, woman employee who is nursing a child is entitled to two breaks of half an hour each.

2.Young means a person who has completed fourteen years of age but below eighteen years of age.

3. Child means a person who has not completed fourteen years of age.

4. Working period is excluding interval and overtime.

5. Number of working hours in a week means working hours in the days of work excluding week off. It is also excluding interval and overtime work.

6. “Day” means the period of twenty-four hours beginning at midnight.

7. Woman’s night shift exemption means permission to work woman during night and in early morning.

8. Exemption from weekly holiday: As per law, every factory shall remain closed one day in a week. But, the Act also provides for exemption under which a factory may remain open all the days in a week and all the days in the year if the shop or establishment fulfills certain conditions.

Working Hours, intervals, Exemption and woman’s night shift exemption available to employees of Himachal Pradesh State under a Shop & Establishment category.



No.of Hours of Work / day No.of Hours of Work / Week Interval per day Women’s Night shift Exemption required? Exemption from weekly holiday (Where an establishment may remain open all 7 days in a week and 365 days in a year) Attachment
Maximum 9 Hours per day. Maximum 48 hours Working hours should not exceed 3 hours without minimum 30 Minutes interval for young. Working hours should not exceed 5 hours without minimum 30 Minutes interval for adult. Yes, for engagement of woman employee to work during night. Government by notification may allow exemption with certain condition. View

Note:-

1. In addition to the regular interval of rest, woman employee who is nursing a child is entitled to two breaks of half an hour each.

2.Young means a person who has completed fourteen years of age but below eighteen years of age.

3. Child means a person who has not completed fourteen years of age.

4. Working period is excluding interval and overtime.

5. Number of working hours in a week means working hours in the days of work excluding week off. It is also excluding interval and overtime work.

6. “Day” means the period of twenty-four hours beginning at midnight.

7. Woman’s night shift exemption means permission to work woman during night and in early morning.

8. Exemption from weekly holiday: As per law, every factory shall remain closed one day in a week. But, the Act also provides for exemption under which a factory may remain open all the days in a week and all the days in the year if the shop or establishment fulfills certain conditions.

Working Hours, intervals, Exemption and woman’s night shift exemption available to employees of Jammu and Kashmir State under a Shop & Establishment category.



No.of Hours of Work / day No.of Hours of Work / Week Interval per day Women’s Night shift Exemption required? Exemption from weekly holiday (Where an establishment may remain open all 7 days in a week and 365 days in a year) Attachment
Maximum 9 Hours per day for adult. And Maximum 6 hours per day for young Maximum 9 Hours per day for adult. And Maximum 6 hours per day for young At least 30 minutes in 3 hours for young and 30 minutes in 5 hours for adult daily Yes, for engagement of woman employee to work during night. Government by notification may allow exemption with certain condition. View

Note:-

1. In addition to the regular interval of rest, woman employee who is nursing a child is entitled to two breaks of half an hour each.

2.Young means a person who has completed fourteen years of age but below eighteen years of age.

3. Child means a person who has not completed fourteen years of age.

4. Working period is excluding interval and overtime.

5. Number of working hours in a week means working hours in the days of work excluding week off. It is also excluding interval and overtime work.

6. “Day” means the period of twenty-four hours beginning at midnight.

7. Woman’s night shift exemption means permission to work woman during night and in early morning.

8. Exemption from weekly holiday: As per law, every factory shall remain closed one day in a week. But, the Act also provides for exemption under which a factory may remain open all the days in a week and all the days in the year if the shop or establishment fulfills certain conditions.

Working Hours, intervals, Exemption and woman’s night shift exemption available to employees of Jharkhand State under a Shop & Establishment category.



No.of Hours of Work / day No.of Hours of Work / Week Interval per day Women’s Night shift Exemption required? Exemption from weekly holiday (Where an establishment may remain open all 7 days in a week and 365 days in a year) Attachment
Maximum 8 Hours per day for adult. And Maximum 5 hours per day for young Maximum 48 hours for adult and maximum 30 hours for young Working hours should not exceed 3 hours without minimum 30 Minutes interval for young. Working hours should not exceed 5 hours without minimum 30 Minutes interval for adult. Yes, for engagement of woman employee to to work before 7 am and after 10 pm Government by notification may allow exemption with certain condition. View

Note:-

1. In addition to the regular interval of rest, woman employee who is nursing a child is entitled to two breaks of half an hour each.

2.Young means a person who has completed fourteen years of age but below eighteen years of age.

3. Child means a person who has not completed fourteen years of age.

4. Working period is excluding interval and overtime.

5. Number of working hours in a week means working hours in the days of work excluding week off. It is also excluding interval and overtime work.

6. “Day” means the period of twenty-four hours beginning at midnight.

7. Woman’s night shift exemption means permission to work woman during night and in early morning.

8. Exemption from weekly holiday: As per law, every factory shall remain closed one day in a week. But, the Act also provides for exemption under which a factory may remain open all the days in a week and all the days in the year if the shop or establishment fulfills certain conditions.

Working Hours, intervals, Exemption and woman’s night shift exemption available to employees of Karnataka State under a Shop & Establishment category.

No.of Hours of Work / day No.of Hours of Work / Week Interval per day Women’s Night shift Exemption required? Exemption from weekly holiday (Where an establishment may remain open all 7 days in a week and 365 days in a year) Attachment
Maximum 9 Hours per day for adult. And Maximum 5 hours per day for young Maximum 48 hours per day for adult Maximum 36 for per day for young. Working hours should not exceed 5 hours without minimum 30 Minutes interval. Yes, except IT Sectors, where employer provides transport and security during night. State Government may allow an establishment to remain open throughout the week if it is satisfied that the establishment employs additional staff and gives atleast one whole day rest to each employees during the week on rotation basis. View

Note:-

1. In addition to the regular interval of rest, woman employee who is nursing a child is entitled to two breaks of half an hour each.

2.Young means a person who has completed fourteen years of age but below eighteen years of age.

3. Child means a person who has not completed fourteen years of age.

4. Working period is excluding interval and overtime.

5. Number of working hours in a week means working hours in the days of work excluding week off. It is also excluding interval and overtime work.

6. “Day” means the period of twenty-four hours beginning at midnight.

7. Woman’s night shift exemption means permission to work woman during night and in early morning.

8. Exemption from weekly holiday: As per law, every factory shall remain closed one day in a week. But, the Act also provides for exemption under which a factory may remain open all the days in a week and all the days in the year if the shop or establishment fulfills certain conditions.

Working Hours, intervals, Exemption and woman’s night shift exemption available to employees of Kerala State under a Shop & Establishment category.

No.of Hours of Work / day No.of Hours of Work / Week Interval per day Women’s Night shift Exemption required? Exemption from weekly holiday (Where an establishment may remain open all 7 days in a week and 365 days in a year) Attachment
Maximum 8 Hours per day Maximum 48 hours Working hours should not exceed 4 hours without minimum 1 hours interval Yes, for engagement of woman employee to work during night Government by notification may allow exemption with certain condition. View

Note:-

1. In addition to the regular interval of rest, woman employee who is nursing a child is entitled to two breaks of half an hour each.

2.Young means a person who has completed fourteen years of age but below eighteen years of age.

3. Child means a person who has not completed fourteen years of age.

4. Working period is excluding interval and overtime.

5. Number of working hours in a week means working hours in the days of work excluding week off. It is also excluding interval and overtime work.

6. “Day” means the period of twenty-four hours beginning at midnight.

7. Woman’s night shift exemption means permission to work woman during night and in early morning.

8. Exemption from weekly holiday: As per law, every factory shall remain closed one day in a week. But, the Act also provides for exemption under which a factory may remain open all the days in a week and all the days in the year if the shop or establishment fulfills certain conditions.

Working Hours, intervals, Exemption and woman’s night shift exemption available to employees of Madhya Pradesh State under a Shop & Establishment category.

No.of Hours of Work / day No.of Hours of Work / Week Interval per day Women’s Night shift Exemption required? Exemption from weekly holiday (Where an establishment may remain open all 7 days in a week and 365 days in a year) Attachment
Maximum 9 Hours per day for adult. And Maximum 5 hours per day for young Maximum 48 hours for adult and maximum 30 hours for young Working hours should not exceed 3 hours without minimum 30 Minutes interval for young. Working hours should not exceed 5 hours without minimum 30 Minutes interval for adult. Yes, for engagement of woman employee to work before 7 am and after 9 pm Government by notification may allow exemption with certain condition. View

Note:-

1. In addition to the regular interval of rest, woman employee who is nursing a child is entitled to two breaks of half an hour each.

2.Young means a person who has completed fourteen years of age but below eighteen years of age.

3. Child means a person who has not completed fourteen years of age.

4. Working period is excluding interval and overtime.

5. Number of working hours in a week means working hours in the days of work excluding week off. It is also excluding interval and overtime work.

6. “Day” means the period of twenty-four hours beginning at midnight.

7. Woman’s night shift exemption means permission to work woman during night and in early morning.

8. Exemption from weekly holiday: As per law, every factory shall remain closed one day in a week. But, the Act also provides for exemption under which a factory may remain open all the days in a week and all the days in the year if the shop or establishment fulfills certain conditions.

Working Hours, intervals, Exemption and woman’s night shift exemption available to employees of Maharashtra State under a Shop & Establishment category.

No.of Hours of Work / day No.of Hours of Work / Week Interval per day Women’s Night shift Exemption required? Exemption from weekly holiday (Where an establishment may remain open all 7 days in a week and 365 days in a year) Attachment
Maximum 9 Hours per day for adult. Maximum 48 hours Working hours should not exceed 5 hours without minimum 30 Minute interval. Yes, for engagement of woman employee to work after 9.30pm State Government may allow an establishment to remain open throughout the week if it is satisfied that the establishment gives atleast one whole day rest to each employees during the week. If a worker is denied weekly holiday, the compensatory leave shall be given within two months View

Note:-

1. In addition to the regular interval of rest, woman employee who is nursing a child is entitled to two breaks of half an hour each.

2.Young means a person who has completed fourteen years of age but below eighteen years of age.

3. Child means a person who has not completed fourteen years of age.

4. Working period is excluding interval and overtime.

5. Number of working hours in a week means working hours in the days of work excluding week off. It is also excluding interval and overtime work.

6. “Day” means the period of twenty-four hours beginning at midnight.

7. Woman’s night shift exemption means permission to work woman during night and in early morning.

8. Exemption from weekly holiday: As per law, every factory shall remain closed one day in a week. But, the Act also provides for exemption under which a factory may remain open all the days in a week and all the days in the year if the shop or establishment fulfills certain conditions.

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Working Hours, intervals, Exemption and woman’s night shift exemption available to employees of Odisha State under a Shop & Establishment category.

No.of Hours of Work / day No.of Hours of Work / Week Interval per day Women’s Night shift Exemption required? Exemption from weekly holiday (Where an establishment may remain open all 7 days in a week and 365 days in a year) Attachment
Maximum 9 Hours per day for adult. And Maximum 5 hours per day for young Maximum 48 hours for adult and maximum 30 hours for young Working hours should not exceed 5 hours without minimum 30 Minute interval. Yes, for engagement of woman employee to work during night State Government may allow an establishment to remain open throughout the week if it is satisfied that the establishment employs additional staff and gives atleast one whole day rest to each employees during the week on rotation. View

Note:-

1. In addition to the regular interval of rest, woman employee who is nursing a child is entitled to two breaks of half an hour each.

2.Young means a person who has completed fourteen years of age but below eighteen years of age.

3. Child means a person who has not completed fourteen years of age.

4. Working period is excluding interval and overtime.

5. Number of working hours in a week means working hours in the days of work excluding week off. It is also excluding interval and overtime work.

6. “Day” means the period of twenty-four hours beginning at midnight.

7. Woman’s night shift exemption means permission to work woman during night and in early morning.

8. Exemption from weekly holiday: As per law, every factory shall remain closed one day in a week. But, the Act also provides for exemption under which a factory may remain open all the days in a week and all the days in the year if the shop or establishment fulfills certain conditions.

Working Hours, intervals, Exemption and woman’s night shift exemption available to employees of Puducherry State under a Shop & Establishment category.

No.of Hours of Work / day No.of Hours of Work / Week Interval per day Women’s Night shift Exemption required? Exemption from weekly holiday (Where an establishment may remain open all 7 days in a week and 365 days in a year) Attachment
Maximum 8 Hours per day for adult. And Maximum 7 hours per day for young Maximum 48 hours for adult and maximum 42 hours for young Working hours should not exceed 4 hours without minimum 1 hour interval. No Government by notification may allow exemption subject to certain condition. View

Note:-

1. In addition to the regular interval of rest, woman employee who is nursing a child is entitled to two breaks of half an hour each.

2.Young means a person who has completed fourteen years of age but below eighteen years of age.

3. Child means a person who has not completed fourteen years of age.

4. Working period is excluding interval and overtime.

5. Number of working hours in a week means working hours in the days of work excluding week off. It is also excluding interval and overtime work.

6. “Day” means the period of twenty-four hours beginning at midnight.

7. Woman’s night shift exemption means permission to work woman during night and in early morning.

8. Exemption from weekly holiday: As per law, every factory shall remain closed one day in a week. But, the Act also provides for exemption under which a factory may remain open all the days in a week and all the days in the year if the shop or establishment fulfills certain conditions.

Working Hours, intervals, Exemption and woman’s night shift exemption available to employees of Punjab State under a Shop & Establishment category.

No.of Hours of Work / day No.of Hours of Work / Week Interval per day Women’s Night shift Exemption required? Exemption from weekly holiday (Where an establishment may remain open all 7 days in a week and 365 days in a year) Attachment
Maximum 9 Hours per day for adult. And Maximum 5 hours per day for young Maximum 48 hours for adult and maximum 30 hours for young Working hours should not exceed 3 hours without minimum 30 Minutes interval for young. Working hours should not exceed 5 hours without minimum 30 Minutes interval for adult. Govt allowed women to work in night shift provided that strict conditions is enforced to ensure safety during night Government by notification may allow exemption with certain condition. View

Note:-

1. In addition to the regular interval of rest, woman employee who is nursing a child is entitled to two breaks of half an hour each.

2.Young means a person who has completed fourteen years of age but below eighteen years of age.

3. Child means a person who has not completed fourteen years of age.

4. Working period is excluding interval and overtime.

5. Number of working hours in a week means working hours in the days of work excluding week off. It is also excluding interval and overtime work.

6. “Day” means the period of twenty-four hours beginning at midnight.

7. Woman’s night shift exemption means permission to work woman during night and in early morning.

8. Exemption from weekly holiday: As per law, every factory shall remain closed one day in a week. But, the Act also provides for exemption under which a factory may remain open all the days in a week and all the days in the year if the shop or establishment fulfills certain conditions.

Working Hours, intervals, Exemption and woman’s night shift exemption available to employees of Rajasthan State under a Shop & Establishment category.

No.of Hours of Work / day No.of Hours of Work / Week Interval per day Women’s Night shift Exemption required? Exemption from weekly holiday (Where an establishment may remain open all 7 days in a week and 365 days in a year) Attachment
Maximum 9 Hours per day for adult. And Maximum 3 hours per day for young Maximum 48 hours Working hours should not exceed 5 hours without minimum 30 minute interval. Yes, for engagement of woman employee to work during night Government by notification may allow exemption with certain condition. View

Note:-

1. In addition to the regular interval of rest, woman employee who is nursing a child is entitled to two breaks of half an hour each.

2.Young means a person who has completed fourteen years of age but below eighteen years of age.

3. Child means a person who has not completed fourteen years of age.

4. Working period is excluding interval and overtime.

5. Number of working hours in a week means working hours in the days of work excluding week off. It is also excluding interval and overtime work.

6. “Day” means the period of twenty-four hours beginning at midnight.

7. Woman’s night shift exemption means permission to work woman during night and in early morning.

8. Exemption from weekly holiday: As per law, every factory shall remain closed one day in a week. But, the Act also provides for exemption under which a factory may remain open all the days in a week and all the days in the year if the shop or establishment fulfills certain conditions.

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Working Hours, intervals, Exemption and woman’s night shift exemption available to employees of Tamil Nadu State under a Shop & Establishment category.

No.of Hours of Work / day No.of Hours of Work / Week Interval per day Women’s Night shift Exemption required? Exemption from weekly holiday (Where an establishment may remain open all 7 days in a week and 365 days in a year) Attachment
Maximum 8 Hours per day for adult. And Maximum 7 hours per day for young Maximum 48 hours for adult and maximum 42 hours for young Working hours should not exceed 4 hours without minimum 1 hour interval Yes, for engagement of woman employee to work after 8 pm Government by notification may allow exemption with certain condition. View

Note:-

1. In addition to the regular interval of rest, woman employee who is nursing a child is entitled to two breaks of half an hour each.

2.Young means a person who has completed fourteen years of age but below eighteen years of age.

3. Child means a person who has not completed fourteen years of age.

4. Working period is excluding interval and overtime.

5. Number of working hours in a week means working hours in the days of work excluding week off. It is also excluding interval and overtime work.

6. “Day” means the period of twenty-four hours beginning at midnight.

7. Woman’s night shift exemption means permission to work woman during night and in early morning.

8. Exemption from weekly holiday: As per law, every factory shall remain closed one day in a week. But, the Act also provides for exemption under which a factory may remain open all the days in a week and all the days in the year if the shop or establishment fulfills certain conditions.

Working Hours, intervals, Exemption and woman’s night shift exemption available to employees of Telangana State under a Shop & Establishment category.

No.of Hours of Work / day No.of Hours of Work / Week Interval per day Women’s Night shift Exemption required? Exemption from weekly holiday (Where an establishment may remain open all 7 days in a week and 365 days in a year) Attachment
Maximum 8 Hours per day for adult. And Maximum 7 hours per day for young Maximum 48 hours for adult and maximum 42 hours for young Working hours should not exceed 4 hours without minimum 1 hour interval. Yes, for engagement of woman employee to work before 6 am and after 8.30 pm Government by notification may allow exemption with certain condition. View

Note:-

1. In addition to the regular interval of rest, woman employee who is nursing a child is entitled to two breaks of half an hour each.

2.Young means a person who has completed fourteen years of age but below eighteen years of age.

3. Child means a person who has not completed fourteen years of age.

4. Working period is excluding interval and overtime.

5. Number of working hours in a week means working hours in the days of work excluding week off. It is also excluding interval and overtime work.

6. “Day” means the period of twenty-four hours beginning at midnight.

7. Woman’s night shift exemption means permission to work woman during night and in early morning.

8. Exemption from weekly holiday: As per law, every factory shall remain closed one day in a week. But, the Act also provides for exemption under which a factory may remain open all the days in a week and all the days in the year if the shop or establishment fulfills certain conditions.

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Working Hours, intervals, Exemption and woman’s night shift exemption available to employees of Uttar Pradesh State under a Shop & Establishment category.

No.of Hours of Work / day No.of Hours of Work / Week Interval per day Women’s Night shift Exemption required? Exemption from weekly holiday (Where an establishment may remain open all 7 days in a week and 365 days in a year) Attachment
Maximum 8 Hours per day for adult. And Maximum 6 hours per day for young. Maximum 5 hours per day for Child. Maximum 48 hours for adult, maximum 36 hours for young and maximum 30 hours for child Working hours should not exceed 5 hours without minimum 30 minute interval. Yes, for engagement of woman employee to to work between 10 pm to 6 am Government by notification may allow exemption with certain condition. View

Note:-

1. In addition to the regular interval of rest, woman employee who is nursing a child is entitled to two breaks of half an hour each.

2.Young means a person who has completed fourteen years of age but below eighteen years of age.

3. Child means a person who has not completed fourteen years of age.

4. Working period is excluding interval and overtime.

5. Number of working hours in a week means working hours in the days of work excluding week off. It is also excluding interval and overtime work.

6. “Day” means the period of twenty-four hours beginning at midnight.

7. Woman’s night shift exemption means permission to work woman during night and in early morning.

8. Exemption from weekly holiday: As per law, every factory shall remain closed one day in a week. But, the Act also provides for exemption under which a factory may remain open all the days in a week and all the days in the year if the shop or establishment fulfills certain conditions.

Working Hours, intervals, Exemption and woman’s night shift exemption available to employees of Uttarakhand State under a Shop & Establishment category.

No.of Hours of Work / day No.of Hours of Work / Week Interval per day Women’s Night shift Exemption required? Exemption from weekly holiday (Where an establishment may remain open all 7 days in a week and 365 days in a year) Attachment
Maximum 8 Hours per day for adult. And Maximum 6 hours per day for young. Maximum 5 hours per day for Child. Maximum 48 hours for adult, maximum 36 hours for young and maximum 30 hours for child Working hours should not exceed 5 hours without minimum 30 minute interval. Yes, for engagement of woman employee to to work between 10 pm to 6 am Government by notification may allow exemption with certain condition. View

Note:-

1. In addition to the regular interval of rest, woman employee who is nursing a child is entitled to two breaks of half an hour each.

2.Young means a person who has completed fourteen years of age but below eighteen years of age.

3. Child means a person who has not completed fourteen years of age.

4. Working period is excluding interval and overtime.

5. Number of working hours in a week means working hours in the days of work excluding week off. It is also excluding interval and overtime work.

6. “Day” means the period of twenty-four hours beginning at midnight.

7. Woman’s night shift exemption means permission to work woman during night and in early morning.

8. Exemption from weekly holiday: As per law, every factory shall remain closed one day in a week. But, the Act also provides for exemption under which a factory may remain open all the days in a week and all the days in the year if the shop or establishment fulfills certain conditions.

Working Hours, intervals, Exemption and woman’s night shift exemption available to employees of West Bengal State under a Shop & Establishment category.

No.of Hours of Work / day No.of Hours of Work / Week Interval per day Women’s Night shift Exemption required? Exemption from weekly holiday (Where an establishment may remain open all 7 days in a week and 365 days in a year) Attachment
Maximum 8.5 Hours per day for adult. And Maximum 7 hours per day for young Maximum 48 hours for adult and maximum 40 hours for young Working hours should not exceed 5 hours without minimum 1 hour interval Yes, for engagement of woman employee to work after 8 pm for shops and establishment , and in case of place of public entertainment after 6 pm. Government by notification may allow exemption with certain condition. View

Note:-

1. In addition to the regular interval of rest, woman employee who is nursing a child is entitled to two breaks of half an hour each.

2.Young means a person who has completed fourteen years of age but below eighteen years of age.

3. Child means a person who has not completed fourteen years of age.

4. Working period is excluding interval and overtime.

5. Number of working hours in a week means working hours in the days of work excluding week off. It is also excluding interval and overtime work.

6. “Day” means the period of twenty-four hours beginning at midnight.

7. Woman’s night shift exemption means permission to work woman during night and in early morning.

8. Exemption from weekly holiday: As per law, every factory shall remain closed one day in a week. But, the Act also provides for exemption under which a factory may remain open all the days in a week and all the days in the year if the shop or establishment fulfills certain conditions.

Working Hours, intervals, Exemption and woman’s night shift exemption available to employees of Tamil Nadu State under a Catering Establishment category.


No.of Hours of Work / day No.of Hours of Work / Week Interval per day Women’s Night shift Exemption required? Exemption from weekly holiday (Where an establishment may remain open all 7 days in a week and 365 days in a year) Attachment
Maximum 9 hours for adult worker and maximum 5 hours for young worker MaMaximum 48 hours for adult worker and maximum 30 hours for adult. Working hours should not exceed 5 hours without minimum 30 Minutes interval for adult. Working hours should not exceed 3 hours without minimum 1 hour interval for young (as per Child Labour ( Prohibition and Abolition) Act 1986). Yes, for engagement of woman employee to work before 5 am and after 9 pm State Government may allow a catering estabishment to remain open throughout the week if it is satisfied that the catering etablishment gives each employee atleast one whole day rest during the week on rotation basis. View

Note:-

1. In addition to the regular interval of rest, woman employee who is nursing a child is entitled to two breaks of half an hour each.

2.Young means a person who has completed fourteen years of age but below eighteen years of age.

3. Child means a person who has not completed fourteen years of age.

4. Working period is excluding interval and overtime.

5. Number of working hours in a week means working hours in the days of work excluding week off. It is also excluding interval and overtime work.

6. “Day” means the period of twenty-four hours beginning at midnight.

7. Woman’s night shift exemption means permission to work woman during night and in early morning.

8. Exemption from weekly holiday: As per law, every factory shall remain closed one day in a week. But, the Act also provides for exemption under which a factory may remain open all the days in a week and all the days in the year if the shop or establishment fulfills certain conditions.