Section 11 – CENTRAL APPRENTICESHIP COUNCIL RULES

11. Business by circulation

(1) The Chairman may, in special circumstances, instead of convening a meeting of the Council, obtain the opinion of the members on any item of business individually by circulation of papers and such item shall be decided in accordance with the opinion of the majority.

(2) Be responsible for the custody of all the records of the Board including all the papers and documents connected with the proceedings of the Board and the Committee.

(3) Be also responsible for the implementation of the decision of the Board and shall also be responsible for the submission of all the estimates, programmes of work and schemes, and financial returns of the government in time and on proper forms.

(4) Act as co-coordinating authority between the Board, and the Director of Industries, Uttar Pradesh.

(5) Shall keep in his custody the common seal of the Board.

(6) Assign duties to the servants of the Board working under it subject to any general or special directions of the Board in this regard.

(7)(1) The programmes of work and schemes for implementation in a financial year shall be formulated by the Board in Form I and submitted to State Government by the last working day of September of the year preceding the financial year to which the programmes relate.

(2) Supplementary programmes of work and schemes, if any, shall be prepared by the Board in Form II and submitted to the State Government by the last working day of November of the year preceding the financial year to which the programmes relate.

(8) (1) The annual financial statement of estimated receipts and expenditure of the Board shall be prepared by the Board and submitted to the State Government before the last day of October in the year preceding the financial year to which the statement relates.

(2) Supplementary annual financial statements, if any, shall be prepared by the Board and submitted to the State Government by the end of November preceding the financial year to which the statement relates.

(9)(1) Every contract or agreement to be entered into by or on behalf of the Board shall be in writing and shall be signed and sealed with the common seal of the Board.

(2) The Secretary may, subject to any general or special order of the Board in this behalf, enter into any contract or agreement on behalf of the Board in such manner and form, as according to the law for the time being in force, would bind him if the contract or agreement were entered into on his own behalf, provided that in case of a contract or agreement beyond the value of Rs. 1,000 but not exceeding Rs. 5,000 the prior approval of the Chairman shall be necessary and in case of contract or agreement beyond the value of Rs. 5,000 the prior approval of the Board shall be necessary.

(3) A gist of every contract or agreement entered into on behalf of the Board shall be submitted to the Board for its information at the earliest opportunity.

(10) (1) The Board shall furnish to the State Government quarterly returns and statements about the progress of the activities of the Board and in particular about every existing and proposed programme of work or scheme, in Form III, before the close of the month succeeding the quarter.

(2) The Board shall, within three months after the end of each financial year, submit to the State Government a report in Form IV giving a true and full account of its activities, policies and programmes during the financial year in question.

(11) The Chairman-

(1) shall be responsible for the proper functioning of the Board and the discharge of its duties under the Act and the rules made thereunder;

(2) shall cause to be prepared and submitted to the government the annual financial statements of receipts and expenditures within the
due time;

(3) shall cause to be prepared and submitted to the government quarterly returns and statements about the progress of the activities of the Board within the due time;

(4) shall cause the important papers and matters to be presented to the Board as early as possible;

(5) shall, subject to any general or special order of the Board in this behalf, issue directions about the method of carrying out the decisions of the Board;

(6) shall cause to be maintained a proper account of the receipts and expenditure of the Board; and

(7) may, subject to any general or special directions of the board in this behalf, invite any person, other than member of the Board, to any meeting of the Board or its Committee for the sole purpose of seeking any advice from him on any matter.

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