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yoganthmurthy Started The Discussion:

Hi Can Any body help out on the following :

1. Overtime can be sanctioned for 75 Hours in one Quarter, my doubt is whether it is for one person or total persons?

2. If we want to take O.T. Exemption what is the procedure to be followed ?

With regards

Yoganth Murthy

jitendersyadav - Member Since: Sep 2008
Hi Murthy,

First of all I would like to inform you that the Overtime Limit is 50 Hrs Quarterly for One Person. It can be extended upto 72 Hrs in a Quarter after getting approval from Labour Deptt.

No Expemption can be granted for Over Time.

Rgds/Jitender

malikjs - Member Since: Oct 2008
dear
as per my knowledge ot allowed max in a quarter is 50 hours .pls go through secton 63 and 64 of factory act. this 50 hrs is also after getting exemption from factory inspector otherwise no overtime is allowed.you amy be surprised to know this thing but legal position is lke that only and in case of women emplyee this exemption is also not granted.
tks
j s malik

T.Mahendar reddy - Member Since: Oct 2008
Under Sec 64 (iv) of the factories Act, OT hours in any quarter shall not exceed 50.

Under Sec. 65, Chief Inspector of Factories may grant exemption upto 75 hours in any quarter if he is satisfied that the exisgencies and nature of work it require to keep overtime.

Chief Inspector has power to grant upto 75 hours in a quarter and not more than that.

T. Mahendar Reddy

LINGARAJU - Member Since: Oct 2008
Hi.. to all legal professionalists,

This is Lingaraju.N working in manufacturing company in karnataka, as a HR in the company , I need more informations on factories Act -1948 and other related issues. Pl furnish if you have any.

Regards

Lingaraju.N

jitendersyadav - Member Since: Sep 2008
Dear Raju, There is many rules & Regulations under Factory ACt-1948. Plz let us know which type of help you required. Rgds/Jitender

anurag.sahay - Member Since: Oct 2008
Hi everybody, Can anyone tell me What is the limit for working hours (Including overtime) in a day. Also, what is the exemption that can be taken

jitendersyadav - Member Since: Sep 2008
only 9 hrs in a day, I could be granted upto 10.5 Hrs. Rgds/Jitender

malikjs - Member Since: Oct 2008
dear
total number of hours of work in any day shall not exceed ten.
toatl number of hours in a week including overtime shall not exceed 60.
total number of hours of overtime shaqll not exceed 50 in a quarter.
as per section 66 no exemption for overtime can be granted in case of women employees.
it means women emplyees can not be asked to work on ovetime.
tks
j s malik

jitendersyadav - Member Since: Sep 2008
Dear Malik,

Working Hours as per Factory Act as under : -
1. In a day : 9 Hrs
2. In a Week : 48 Hrs (maximum)
3. In a Quarter : 50 Hrs (maximum)

For more detail plz gothrough The Factory Act-1948.

Rgds/Jitender



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