Śrī Caitanya-Charitāmṛita-শ্রীশ্রী চৈতন্য চরিতামৃত- আদিলীলা প্রথম পরিচ্ছেদ

The man without bondage

Original Bengali-Sanskrit Text

আদিলীলা প্রথম পরিচ্ছেদ

ADI LILA FIRST CHAPTER

মঙ্গলাচরণং নাম প্রথমঃ পরিচ্ছেদঃ

  1. মঙ্গলাচরণ;
  2. মঙ্গলাচরণ-শ্লোক-বিবৃতি-প্রসঙ্গে দীক্ষাগুরু-তত্ত্ব,
  3. শিক্ষাগুরু-তত্ত্ব,
  4. ভক্ত-তত্ত্ব,
  5. অবতার-তত্ত্ব,
  6. প্রকাশ ও বিলাস,
  7. ঈশ্বরের শক্তি;
  8. গৌর-নিত্যানন্দের অবতরণে জগতের তমোনাশ;
  9. অজ্ঞান-তমঃ;
  10. প্রোজ্‌ঝিত-কৈতব পরম-ধর্ম্ম।

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Calcutta Police Regulations 1968

CHAPTER  1 TO CHAPTER  17

CHAPTER I

Organisation

1. Interpretations. (Section 3, Bengal Act II of 1866. Section 9, Bengal Act IV of 1866). – In all police regulations framed under section 3 of the Calcutta Suburban Police Act, 1866, and section 9 of the Calcutta Police Act, 1866, unless there is anything repugnant in the subject or context:

(i) The word “Commissioner” means the Commissioner of Police, Calcutta. The functions of the Commissioner may be delegated by him to a Deputy Commissioner of Police except the following which shall be exercised only by the Commissioner –

(a) Issuing of orders under section 144 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1898 (Act V of 1898).

(b) Sanctioning prosecution under section 39 of the Arms Act, 1959 (No. 54 of 1959).

(c) Holding of executive enquiry when firing is ordered by a Deputy Commissioner of Police.

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The West Bengal Public Libraries Act 1979

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The West Bengal Public Libraries Act, 1979

West Bengal Act 39 of 1979

7th January, 1980

Assent of President of India first published in the Calcutta Gazette, Extraordinary, Part I dated the 7th January, 1980.

An Act to provide for the establishment of public libraries in the State of West Bengal and to regulate, guide, control and supervise the libraries as also to provide for a comprehensive rural and urban library and information service in the State of West Bengal;

Whereas it is expedient to provide for the establishment of public libraries in the State of West Bengal and to regulate, guide, control and supervise the libraries as also to provide for a comprehensive rural and urban library and information service in the State of West Bengal;

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History of Bengal- Rakhal Das Bandopadhya: Pre-Historic Era

Rakhaldas-Banerji- History of Bengal

বাঙ্গালার ইতিহাস-রাখালদাস বন্দ্যোপাধ্যায়:প্রাগৈতিহাসিক যুগ

বাঙ্গালার ইতিহাস।

প্রথম পরিচ্ছেদ।

প্রাগৈতিহাসিক যুগ।

Synopsis 

যুগ বিভাগ—মানবের অস্তিত্বের সর্ব্বপ্রাচীন নিদর্শন—আদিম-মানব নিরামিষাশী—যুগবিপ্লব—আদিম মানবের স্বভাব পরিবর্ত্তন—মানবের প্রথম অস্ত্র—প্রস্তরের যুগ—প্রত্ন-প্রস্তরের যুগ—বাঙ্গালা দেশে আবিষ্কৃত নিদর্শন—বঙ্গবাসী ও মাদ্রাজবাসী আদিম মানব—নব্য-প্রস্তর যুগ—বাঙ্গালাদেশে আবিষ্কৃত নিদর্শন—ধাতু আবিষ্কার—তাম্রের যুগ—বাঙ্গালা দেশের তাম্র নির্ম্মিত অস্ত্র।

জগতে, সর্ব্বপ্রথমে, কোন্ যুগে কত কাল পূর্ব্বে, মানবের সৃষ্টি হইয়াছিল, তাহা এখনও অজ্ঞাত রহিয়াছে। প্রাণিতত্ত্ববিদ্‌গণ স্থির করিয়াছেন যে, বর্ত্তমান সময়ের সকল জীবের পরে মানবের আবির্ভাব হইয়াছিল। ভূতত্ত্ববিদ্‌গণ বলিয়া থাকেন যে, নব্যজীবক যুগের শেষভাগে মানবের অস্তিত্বের চিহ্ন লক্ষিত হয়[১]। অস্ত্যাধুনিক উপযুগ হইতে ভূপৃষ্ঠে মানবের অস্তিত্বের নিদর্শন পাওয়া যায়, কিন্তু ইহার পূর্ব্ববর্ত্তী দুইটি উপযুগে মানবের অস্তিত্ব সম্বন্ধে ভূতত্ত্ববিদ্‌গণের মধ্যে মতভেদ আছে। কেহ কেহ বলেন যে, মধ্যাধুনিক ও বহ্বাধুনিক উপযুগে মানবের অস্তিত্বের নিদর্শন পাওয়া যায়; কিন্তু কেহ কেহ এই সকল নিদর্শনের সহিত মানবের সম্পর্ক স্বীকার করেন না[২]। কেহ কেহ বলেন যে, বহ্বাধুনিক উপযুগে মানবের অস্তিত্বের নিদর্শন আবিষ্কৃত হইবে ইহা আশা করা যাইতে পারে, কিন্তু মধ্যাধুনিক যুগে মানবের অস্তিত্ব প্রমাণ করিবার কোন আশাই নাই। মাদ্রাজ প্রদেশে কর্ণুল নামক স্থানে একটি পর্ব্বতগুহায় জীবাশ্মের (Fossil) সহিত আদিম মানবের অস্তিত্বের নিদর্শন আবিষ্কৃত হইয়াছে। ভূতত্ত্ববিদ্‌গণ অনুমান করেন যে, এই সকল জীবাশ্ম বহ্বাধুনিকযুগের স্তন্যপায়ী জীবের অস্থি[৩]। ব্রহ্মদেশে বহ্বাধুনিকযুগের লুপ্ত স্তন্যপায়ী জীবের অস্থির সহিত আদিম মানব কর্ত্তৃক ব্যবহৃত প্রস্তরনির্ম্মিত অস্ত্র আবিষ্কৃত হইয়াছে[৪]। অস্ত্যাধুনিক ও উপাধুনিক যুগে মানবের অস্তিত্ব সম্বন্ধে মনীষিগণের মতদ্বৈধ নাই।

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West Bengal Stamp (Prevention of Undervaluation of Instruments) Rules 2001

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West Bengal Stamp (Prevention of Undervaluation of Instruments) Rules, 2001

Published vide Notification No. 821-F.T, dated 1st March, 2001 (w.e.f. 15.03.2001) and published in the Calcutta Gazette Extraordinary, Part 1, dated 5.03.2001.

As amended by Notification No. 1614-FT, dated 5.10.2010

[With effect from 5.10.2010]

In exercise of the power conferred by clause (16B) of section 2, section 27, section 47A and section 75 of the Indian Stamp Act, 1899 (2 of 1899), and in supersession of this department notification No. 248-F.T., dated the 31st January, 1994, the Governor is pleased hereby to make the following rules:

1. Short title and commencement. – (1) These rules may be called the West Bengal Stamp (Prevention of Undervaluation of Instruments) Rules, 2001.
(2) They shall come into force from the 15th day of March, 2001.

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West Bengal State Higher Educational Institutions (Reservation in Admission) Act 2013

the State of West Bengal

West Bengal State Higher Educational Institutions (Reservation in Admission) Act, 2013

(West Bengal Act No. 10 of 2013)

Assent of the Governor was first published in the Kolkata Gazette, Extraordinary, of the 30th April, 2013.

An Act to provide for reservation of seats for admission of the students belonging to the Scheduled Castes, the Scheduled Tribes and the Other Backward Classes domiciled in the State of West Bengal to certain Higher Educational Institutions in the State of West Bengal which are established, maintained or aided by the State Government, and for such matters connected therewith and incidental thereto.

Whereas it is expedient to provide for reservation of seats for admission of the students belonging to the Scheduled Castes, the Scheduled Tribes and the Other Backward Classes of West Bengal to certain Higher Educational Institutions in the State of West Bengal, established, maintained or aided by the State Government to enable and encourage them to get access to the higher education;

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West Bengal Workmen’s House-Rent Allowance Rules 1975

the State of West Bengal

West Bengal Workmen’s House-Rent Allowance Rules, 1975

Published vide Notification No. 14-E, dated 27.9.1975

1. Short title and commencement. – (1) These rules may be called the West Bengal Workmen’s House-Rent Allowance Rules, 1975.
(2) They shall come into force on and from the first day of October, 1975.

2. Definitions. – (1) In these rules, unless there is anything repugnant in the subject or context,-

(a) “Act” means the West Bengal Workmen’s House-rent allowance Act, 1974 (West Bengal Act 56 of 1974);
(b) “Appellate Authority” means the State Government or such other authority as may be appointed by the State Government in this behalf under sub-section (4) of Section 5;
(c) “Form” means form appended to these rules:
(d) “Inspector” means any person appointed as Inspector under sub-section (1) of Section 7; and
(e) “Section” means a Section of the Act.
(2) All words and expressions used in these rules, unless otherwise defined, shall have the same meaning as assigned to them in the Act.

3. Manner and time of payment of house-rent allowance. – The house-rent allowance payable to a workman under Section 4 for any month shall be paid within ten days of the month next following.

4. Maintenance of register of house-rent allowance. – Every employer shall maintain a register of house-rent allowance in Form A:
Provided that it will be sufficient compliance with the provision of this rule if the employer maintains record of payment of house-rent allowance in any other register relating to payment of wages which he is required to maintain under any other law for the time being in force and the fact of maintenance of such register is intimated to the Controlling Authority concerned.

5. Application for recovery of House-rent Allowance. – (1) The application under sub-section (1) of Section 5 for recovery of unpaid house-rent allowance shall be in Form B and each workman shall submit a separate application :
Provided that where a large number of workmen are involved a single application may be made by a person authorised by different workmen or their legal representatives.
(2) The application in Form B shall be served on the Controlling Authority concerned in triplicate either by personal service with receipt therefore or by registered post with acknowledgement due.

6. Procedure for dealing with applications for recovery of House-rent Allowance. – (1) On receipt of an application under Rule 5 the Controlling Authority shall by issuing a notice in Form C. call upon the applicant as well as the employer concerned to appear before him on a date specified in the notice, not being less than 14 days after the date of service of the notice. either personally or through his authorised representative together with all relevant document and witnesses, if any :
Provided that the date fixed for hearing may be extended by the Controlling Authority either suo motu or on application by either of the parties.
(2) Any person desiring to act on behalf of an employer or a workman, his authorised representative or legal representative, as the case may be. shall present to the Controlling Authority a letter of authority from the employer or the person concerned, as the case may be. on whose behalf he seeks to act. together with a written statement explaining his interest in the matter and praying for permission so to act and the Controlling Authority, shall record thereon an order either according his approval or specifying, in the case of refusal to grant the permission prayed for. the reasons for the refusal.
(3) After completion of hearing on the date fixed under sub-rule (1) or after such further evidence, examination of documents or witnesses and hearing, as may be deemed necessary, the Controlling Authority shall record his finding as to whether any amount is payable to the applicant under the Act and a copy of the finding shall be given to each of the parties.
(4) If the employer concerned fails to appear on the specified date of hearing without sufficient ground, the Controlling Authority may proceed to hear the application ex-parte and if the applicant fails to appear on the specified date of hearing without sufficient ground, the Controlling Authority may dismiss the application :
Provided that an order under this sub-rule may, on good cause being shown within thirty days of the said order be reviewed and the application reheard after giving 14 days’ notice to the opposite party of the date fixed for rehearing of the application.

7. Direction for payment or house-rent allowance. – If a finding is recorded under sub-rule (3) of Rule 6 that the applicant is entitled to payment of house-rent allowance under the Act, the Controlling Authority shall issue a notice to the employer concerned in Form D specifying the amount payable and directing payment thereof to the applicant under intimation to the Controlling Authority within thirty days from the date of receipt of the notice and a copy of the notice shall be endorsed to the applicant employee, his authorised person or his legal representative, as the case may be.
8. Appeal from the orders of Controlling Authority. – (1) The appeal under sub-section (4) of Section 5 shall be in the form of a memorandum setting forth concisely the facts of the case, grounds of objection to the order or direction against which the appeal is preferred and the relief sought for, and every such memorandum of appeal shall the accompanied by a certified copy of the Controlling Authority’s order or direction, which is the subject mutter of the appeal.
(2) A copy of the memorandum of appeal under sub-rule (1) shall be served by the appellant on all the opposite panics including the Controlling Authority, either by personal service after obtaining receipt or by registered post with acknowledgement due.
(3) Within fourteen days of the receipt of a copy of the memorandum of appeal-
(a) the Controlling Authority shall forward all the records of the case against which the appeal has been preferred, to the appellate authority; and
(b) the opposite party shall submit his written statement containing comments on each paragraph of the memorandum of appeal and additional pleas, if any, to the appellate authority and the opposite party shall serve a copy of his written statement on the appellant either by personal service after obtaining receipt or by registered post with acknowledgement due.
(4) The appellate authority shall record its decision after giving the parties to the appeal a reasonable opportunity of being heard and shall forward a copy of the decision to the parties concerned and the Controlling Authority and die records of the Controlling Authority received under sub rule (3) shall be returned to him by the appellate authority while forwarding a copy of the decision to him under this rule :
Provided that if the appeal is disposed of ex-part or struck out or dismissed for default, the Appellate Authority can. within 30 days from the date of the order, restore it to file if sufficient cause be shown for non-appearance on the date of the hearing of the appeal of the respondent or of the appellant, as the case may be.
(5) On receipt of the decision of the appellate authority, the Controlling Authority shall, if required under that decision, modify his direction under Rule 7 and issue a notice in Form E specifying the modified amount payable and directing payment thereof to the applicant, under intimation to the Controlling Authority within fifteen days of receipt of the notice by the employer and a copy of the notice shall be endorsed to the applicant workman, his authorised person or legal representative, as the case may be, and to the appellate authority.

9. Maintenance of records of cases by the Controlling Authority. – (1) The Controlling Authority shall record the particulars of each case in Form F and at the time of passing order shall sign and date the particulars so recorded.
(2) The Controlling Authority shall, while passing orders in each case, also record the substance of the evidence adduced in the case as an appendix to the order.
(3) Any record, other than a record of any order or direction which is required by these rules to be signed by the Controlling Authority, may be signed on his behalf and under his direction by any subordinate officer appointed in writing for this purpose by the Controlling Authority.

10. Copies of decision, records and documents – (1) Any workman or employer or a representative of the workman or a employer shall be entitled to inspect any application, document or record filed with the Controlling Authority in relation to a case on payment of the requisite fees specified in the Schedule appended to these rules.
(2) An application for copy under sub-rule (1) shall be in Form G and shall be presented in person to the Controlling Authority or shall be sent to him by registered post and shall the accompanied with a fee of seventy-five paise, which shall be paid in court-fee stamp affixed to the application.
(3) All copies shall be prepared on folios, and if it be not possible at once to inform the applicant what court-fee stamp and folios will be required in respect of the copies applied for. the requisite information shall be communicated to the applicant as soon as may be possible thereafter, but not later than seven days from the date on which the application is received by noting on the counterfoil portion of the application.
(4) In the case of certified copies, the court-fee chargeable under the West Bengal Court-fees Act, 1970 (West Bengal Act X of 1970), shall be levied affixing the necessary stamp to the first folio of the copy.
(5) On receipt of the information referred to in sub-rule (3), the applicant shall present the requisite folios and court-fee stamps to the controlling authority along with the counterfoil of his original application, on which the receipt of the court-fee stamps and folios filed shall be acknowledged, and the date on which the copy will be ready for deli very noted and the counterfoil shall then be returned to the applicant.
(6) If the requisite folios and court-fee stamps are not filed within seven days from the date on which the information referred to in sub-rule (3) is communicated to the applicant, the application shall be liable to be struck off and an application so struck off shall not be revived, hut in such case, a fresh application may be made.
(7) Urgent copies shall ordinarily be ready on the day following the date of payment of the urgent fees specified in this behalf in the Schedule and compliance with other requisites.
11. Register or application for copies. – Application for copies shall be numbered consecutively and entered in a register maintained for the purpose in Form H.
12. Register of Court-fees. – (1) A Court-fee Register shall be maintained in Form I by the Controlling Authority.
(2) Court-fee stamps shall be cancelled by punching in the manner laid down in sub-section (2) of Section 44 of the West Bengal court-fees Act, 1970 (West Bengal Act X of 1970).
13. Register of Workmen. – Every employer shall maintain a Register of Workmen in Form J showing therein the names of all his workmen and the days of the month on which such workmen were in service or for which such workmen earned wages:
Provided that it will be sufficient compliance with the provision of this rule if the information under this rule is maintained in any other register that the employer is required to maintain under any other law for the lime being in force and the fact of maintenance of such register is intimated to the Controlling Authority.
14. Duties of Inspectors. – (1) Tile duties of an Inspector appointed under Section 7 shall be generally to make such inspection as may appear to him to be necessary for satisfying himself that the provisions of the Act and these rules and of any orders issued by the Government under the Act arc duly observed within the local area for which he is appointed, and it shall also thee the duty of an Inspector to satisfy himself that-
(i) the registers required to be maintained under the Act or these rules are properly maintained; and
(ii) the provisions of the Act and these rules regarding payment of house-rent allowance are duly observed.
(2) For the purpose of making such inspection, the Inspector may interrogate such persons as he may deem necessary, at any premises in place where, he has reason to believe, there is an industry:
Provided that no such person shall be required under this rule to answer any question the answer to which might tend to incriminate him.
(3) An Inspector shall inspect every industry within the local area for which he is appointed at least once in every three months.
15. Submission of diary by Inspector. – Every Inspector shall keep a file of the records of his inspections and maintain a diary in Form K and shall submit a copy thereof to the Controlling Authority of his area by the fifteenth day of the month following the month to which the diary relates.
16. Visit Book. – (1) Every employer shall maintain a Visit Book in which an Inspector visiting the industry may record his remarks regarding any defect that may come to light at the time of his visit regarding any documents required to be maintained or produced under the provisions of the Act or these rules, and if the Inspector has no remarks to pass be will simply sign the Visit Book giving the date and time of his visit.
(2) The Visit Book shall be a bound book the pages of which shall be consecutively numbered:
Provided that no separate Visit Book shall be necessary in the case of an employer who is required to maintain a Visit Book under the provisions of the West Bengal Shops and Establishments Rules, 1964.

Form A

(See Rule 41)

Register of House-rent Allowance Name of Industry ………………………………………………
Name of employer ………………………………………………
Address in full ……………………………………………….
Month and year to which the house-tent allowance relates-
SL No.
Name of workmen
Wages for the month for which House-Rent allowance is payable
House Rent allowance paid
Signature of workmen
Remarks
This is to certify that I have today in the presence of witnesses testifying herewith paid the amount of Rs. ………………………….. in house-rent allowance to the workmen employed by me and that each workman has received from me the amount of house-rent allowance specified against his name above.
Witnesses
1.
2.
Signature of employer
Note. – When the payment is made by money order the fact may be stated in the remarks column.

Form B
(See Rule 5)
Application for Recovery of House-rent Allowance Before the Controlling Authority under the West Bengal Workmen’s House-rent Allowance Act, 1974 (West Bengal Act, LVI of 1974).
Application No. ……………………..
Date ……………………
Between
(Name in full of the Applicant with full address)
and
(Name in full of the employer concerned with full address)
The applicant is a workman of the above-mentioned employer/ a person authorised by shri ……………………… workman of the above-mentioned employer, the legal representative of the late ……………………. who was a workman of the above mentioned employer, and is entitled to the payment of house-rent allowance under Section 4 of the West Bengal Workmen’s House-rent Allowance Act, 1974 (West Bengal Act LVI of 1974).
2. The House-rent allowance due to him/the aforesaid workman for the period from …………………… to …………………….. has not yet been paid.
3. The applicant estimates the value of relief sought by him/ her at the sum of Rs as per details below:-
(Here insert the details as to how the amount is arrived at)
4. The Applicant prays for recovery and payment of the house-rent allowance due to him/the aforesaid workman from the aforesaid employer.
5. A separate statement explaining why the application could not be made within one year from the date on which the money became due to me/the aforesaid workman is enclosed.
6. Necessary documents (true copies to be enclosed) to prove that the applicant is the person authorised by the aforesaid workman/ the legal representative of the aforesaid workman is enclosed.
Dated, the …………………………………..
Signature or thumb impression of the Applicant,
Form C
(See sub-rule (1) of Rule 6)
Notice for Appearance before the controlling Authority
From:-
The Controlling Authority under the West Bengal Workmen’s House rent Allowance Act. 1974 (West Bengal Act LVI of 1974).
To:-
Name and address of ………………………………………
(1) Employees ……………………………
(2) Applicant ……………………………
Whereas Shri a workman under you/a person authorised by shri ……………………… workman under you the legal representative of late……………………………….. who was a workman under you have filed an application under rule 5 of the West Bengal Workmen’s House-rent Allowance Rules, 1975 alleging that-
(A copy of the said application is enclosed)
Now, therefore, you are hereby called upon to appear before me at (place) ……………………… either personally or through a person duly authorised in this behalf.
For the purposes of answering all material questions relating to the application on the day of 19 at o’clock in the forenoon/afternoon in support often answer the allegation.
As the day fixed for your appearance Is appointed for final disposal of the application. you must be prepared to produce on that day all witnesses upon whose evidence, and the documents upon which you intend to rely in support of your allegation/defence.
Take notice that in default of your appearance on the day before mentioned the application will be dismissed/heard and determined in your absence. [Given under my hand and seal, this ………………………, day of ……………………….. 19 ……………………
Controlling Authority.
Note. – Strike out the words and paragraph not applicable.

Form D
(See Rule 7)
Notice (or Payment of House-rent Allowance
To
(Name and address of employer).
Whereas Shri ……………………….. of (address ………………………. a workman under you/a person authorised by Shri ………………..a workman under you/the legal representative of late…………………… who was it workman under you, filed an application under Rule 5 of the West Bengal Workmen’s House-rent Allowance Rules, 1975 before me;
And whereas the application was heard in your presence/ex-parte on (date) ……………….. and after hearing I have come to know that the said Shri ………………………… is entitled to a payment of Rs. …………………… as house-rent allowance under the West Bengal Workman’s House-rent Allowance Act, 1974 (West Bengal Act LVI of 1974):
Now, therefore, I hereby direct you to pay the said sum of Rs. ……………… to Shri …………………… within thirty days of the receipt of this notice with an intimation thereof to me Given under my hand and seal, this day of …………………. 19……………………….
Controlling Authority
Copy to ……………………………..
(Applicant under Rule 5).
He k advised to contact the employer for collecting payment.
Form E
(See sub-rule (5) of Rule 8)
Notice for Payment of House-rent Allowance as determined by appellate Authority
To
(Name and address of employer)
Whereas a notice as given to you on ……………………………. (date) in………………. Form-D requiring you to make a payment of Rs. ……………….. only to Shri …………….. as house-rent allowance under the West Bengal Workmen’s House-rent Allowance Act, 1974.
And whereas you/the applicant preferred an appeal before the appellate authority and the appellate authority has decided that an amount of Rs. ……………. only is payable to Shri …………………… as house-rent allowance under the West Bengal Workmen’s House-rent Allowance Act, 1974;
Now, therefore, I hereby direct you to pay the said sum of Rs. ………………… only to Shri ……………………. within fifteen days of the receipt of this notice with an intimation thereof to me.
Given under my hand and seal, this …………………….day of …………….. 19……………………
Controlling Authority
Copy to:
(1) Applicant, He is advised to contact the employer for collecting the payment.
(2) Appellate Authority.
Note. – The portion not applicable to be deleted.

Form F
(See sub-rule (1) of Rule 9)
Particulars of application under Section 5
1. Serial
2. date of the application
3. Name and address of the applicant
4. Name and address of the employer
5. Amount of house-rent allowance claimed
6. Plea of the employer and his examination, if any.
7. Finding and a brief statement of reasons therefor (to be enclosed on a separate sheet of paper, if necessary).
8. Amount awarded.
9. Cost, if any, awarded to the witnesses. expenses.
Dated …………………………………..
Signed
(Attach on a separate sheet the substance of the evidence)
Form G
(See sub-rule (2) of Rule (10)
Application for copies
(To be preserved for one year)
To
The Controlling Authority under the West Bengal Workmen’s House- rent Allowance Act, 1974.
(Here insert the address)
Sir,
I require a certified/uncertified copy of the documents ‘mentioned below. which may be supplied.
Dated …………………………………..
Signature of the applicant
Description of document of which copy is required.
Description, Number and year of the case of which it forms part, names of the parties, etc.
Report of the Clerk-in-charge of the records, Folios and Court-fees required.
Signature of the Clerk-in-charge.
Date………………………….
Received copy and unused folios and stamp.
Signature of the Clerk-in-charge.
Date……………………….
(Counterfoil of application for copies)
Received application for copies being serial No. …………………….. dated ………………… Folios and Court-fees required.
Signature of the Clerk-in-charge.
Date……………………..
Form H
(See Rule 11)
Register of Application for copies
(To be preserved for three years)
Serial No.
Date of application
Name of Applicant
Certified of uncertified
Case No.
Description of document to be copied
Date on which number of folios and stamps required were notified
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Date on which requisites were filed
No of stamp sheets filed (with price of each)
No of adhesive stamps filed (with price of each)
Extra fee for urgent copy filed
Amount of Court-fee for authentication filed
No of stamp sheets with price of each) used
8
9
10
11
12
13
No of adhesive stamp used (with price of each)
No. and price of stamp papers returned unused
No and price of adhesive stamp retuned
Court-fee for certified copy used
Extra fee for urgent copy used
14
15
16
17
18
Date on which copy it ready for delivery
Date of Delivery of copy and unused folio. etc.
If application is rejected, the date and en uses thereof
Remarks
19
20
21
22
Form I
(See sub-rule (1) Rule 12)
Register of Court-fees relieved
(To be preserved for three years)
Date
Serial
Nature of document for which filed
Fees for application of copies and all other fees including urgent fees on copies
Total
Remarks
1
2
3
4
5
6
Form J
(See Rule 13)
Register of Employees
Name of the industry……………………
Address………………………………………..
Serial No.
Names of Workmen
Dates of appointment
Post held or nature of wood performed
Scale of pay, if any
Dearness allowance
Others allowance
1
2
3
4
5
6
7

Mode of payment daily weekly monthly
Dates of each month on which the workman worked and for earned wages
January 19……..
February 19………..
March 19…………
April 19…………
May 19…………..
June 19……………
July 19…………
August 19…………
8
9
September 19…………
October 19…………
November 19…………
December 19…………
Signature of workman
Remarks
10
11
Note. – one page should be allowed to every workman.

Signature of employer
Date
Form K
(See Rule 15)
Diary of Inspector for the month ending
Date
Place
Industry inspected
Purpose of inspection
Remarks of defects found and direction and orders issued
1
2
3
4
5
The Schedule
(See Rule 10)
The application for copies of documents shall be presented to the Controlling Authority together with fees prescribed in this Schedule.
Category of document.
Fee payable.
1.
Document containing 150 words or less.
1.
An impressed Stamped paper per of 25 paise (i.e. a folio).
2
Documents containing 151 to 300 words.
2.
An impressed stamped paper 25 paise (i.e. a folio) with an adhesive stamp of 25 paise affixed thereto.
3.
Document containing more than 300 words.
3.
In addition to fees payable under item 2 above for the first 300 words, an additional impressed stamped paper of 25 paise (i.e.a. folio) and an adhesive stamp of 25 paise for every 300 words or part thereof in excess of 150 words:
Provided that fees payable for each 150 words or part thereof shall not exceed 25 paise.
Note-(i) Each folio will contain up to 300 words; but when the number of words does not exceed 150, no adhesive stamp of 25 paise need be affixed to it.
(ii) The adhesive court-fee stamps required for the copies shall be affixed to the folio across the perforated line with the figure heads above the perforated line in such a way that the proti-on below may clearly show the value of the court-fee stamps.
Urgent fee (in addition to normal fees).
Category of documents.
Additional fees payable.
1.
Documents containing 600 words or less.
1.
Rs. 1.
2.
Documents containing more than 600 words.
2.
25 paise for every 150 words or any fraction thereof (four figures counting as one word).

Former Governors of west bengal

the State of West Bengal

Former Governors (Since Independence)

NameTenure
Shri Chakravarti Rajagopalachari15/08/1947  –  20/06/1948  
Dr. Kailash Nath Katju21/06/1948  –  31/10/1951  
Dr. Harendra Coomer Mookerjee01/11/1951  –  07/08/1956  
Smt. Padmaja Naidu03/11/1956  –  31/05/1967  
Shri Dharma Vira01/06/1967  –  31/03/1969  
Shri Shanti Swarup Dhavan19/09/1969  –  20/08/1971  
Shri Anthony Lancelot Dias21/08/1971  –  05/11/1977  
Shri Tribhuvan Narayan Singh06/11/1977  –  11/09/1981  
Shri Bhairab Dutt Pande12/09/1981  –  09/10/1983  
Shri Anant Prasad Sharma10/10/1983  –  15/08/1984  
Shri Uma Shankar Dikshit01/10/1984  –  11/08/1986  
Prof. Saiyid Nurul Hasan12/08/1986  –  01/03/1989  07/02/1990  –  12/07/1993  
Shri T. V. Rajeswar02/03/1989  –  06/02/1990  
Shri K. V. Raghunath Reddy14/08/1993  –  26/04/1998  
Dr. Akhlaq-Ur-Rahman Kidwai27/04/1998  –  17/05/1999  
Justice Shri Shyamal Kumar Sen18/05/1999  –  03/12/1999  
Shri Viren J. Shah04/12/1999  –  13/12/2004  
Shri Gopal Krishna Gandhi14/12/2004  –  23/01/2010  
Shri M. K. Narayanan24/01/2010  –  30/06/2014  
Dr. D. Y. Patil04/07/2014  –  17/07/2014  
Shri Keshari Nath Tripathi24/07/2014  –  29/07/2019

Government of West Bengal 1977-82

the State of West Bengal
NameConstituencyPartyDeclaration Date
Shri Jyoti BasuSatgachhia, South 24 ParganasCPI(M)/CPM15/Jun/77
Shri Nani BhattacharyaAlipurduar, JalpaiguriRSP16/Jun/77
Shri Kamal GuhaDinhata, CoochbeharAIFB/FB/FBL14/Jun/77
Shri Bhakti Bhusan MandalDubrajpur, BirbhumAIFB/FB/FBL16/Jun/77
Shri Bhabani MukherjeeChandernagore, HooghlyCPI(M)/CPM16/Jun/77
Shri Sambhu Charan GhoshChinsurah, HooghlyAIFB/FB/FBL16/Jun/77
Shri Amritendu MukherjeeKrishnanagar West, NadiaCPI(M)/CPM16/Jun/77
Shri Radhika Ranjan BanerjeeKamarhati, North 24 ParganasCPI(M)/CPM15/Jun/77
Shri Krishna Pada GhoshBeliaghata, KolkataCPI(M)/CPM14/Jun/77
Shri Mohammed AminTitagarh, North 24 ParganasCPI(M)/CPM14/Jun/77
Shri Jatin ChakrabortyDhakuria, KolkataRSP15/Jun/77
Shri Sudhin KumarHowrah Central, HowrahRCP/RCPI14/Jun/77
Shri Parimal MitraKranti, JalpaiguriCPI(M)/CPM17/Jun/77
Shri Debabrata BandapadhyayBerhampore, MurshidabadRSP17/Jun/77
Shri Buddhadeb BhattacharjeeCossipur, KolkataCPI(M)/CPM15/Jun/77
Shri Prasanta Kumar SurTollygunge, KolkataCPI(M)/CPM15/Jun/77
Shri Chittabrata MajumdarHowrah North, HowrahCPI(M)/CPM14/Jun/77
Shri Partha DeBankura, BankuraCPI(M)/CPM17/Jun/77
Shri Benoy Krishna ChowdhuryBurdwan South, BardhamanCPI(M)/CPM16/Jun/77
Dr. Kanailal BhattacharyaShibpur, HowrahAIFB/FB/FBL15/Jun/77
Shri Pravas Chandra RoyBishnupur West, South 24 ParganasCPI(M)/CPM15/Jun/77
Dr. Asok MitraRashbehari Avenue, KolkataCPI(M)/CPM14/Jun/77
Shri Hasim Abdul HalimAmdanga, North 24 ParganasCPI(M)/CPM15/Jun/77
Shri Dawa LamaDarjeeling, DarjeelingCPI(M)/CPM17/Jun/81
Shri Shibendra Narayan ChowdhuryNatabari, CoochbeharCPI(M)/CPM14/Jun/77
Shri Md. Abdul BariDomkal, MurshidabadCPI(M)/CPM16/Jun/77

Smt. Mamata Banerjee

Banerjee, Smt. Mamata
 16 L.A, AITC, 159 – Bhabanipur, Kolkata South
Father’s Name:Late Promileswar Banerjee
Mother’s Name:Late Gayetri Banerjee
Date & Place of Birth:05 Jan 1955, West Bengal
Sex:Female
Permanent Address:30B, Harish Chatterjee Street, P.O. & P.S.: Kalighat, Kolkata, Pin – 700026
Telephone & Mobile Nos.:24753000 (R), 3322145555, 3322145588 (O); 22145480, 24540880 (F)
Email:cm@wb.gov.in, cm@wb.nic.in
Educational Qualification alongwith Institution :
a) Academic Degree:M.A.; B.Ed.; LL.B.
b) Name of School:D.S. Sikhshalaya
c) Name of College:Jogomaya Debi College., Jogesh Chandra Law College., B.Ed. – Sikhyatan
d) Name of University:University of Calcutta, Kolkata
Profession/Occupation:Advocate, Social Worker
Marital Status:Unmarried
Member:(2011-2016) 15th L.A. (Bye Election), (2016-) 16th L.A. (General Election)
Positions held:Sworn in as Chief Minister of West Bengal, 20th May 2011 onwards., Sworn in as Member of Legislative Assembly, West Bengal, 16th Nov. 2011.
Literary Works:Books Published in Bengali 1. Upalabdhi, 2. Janatar Darbare, 3. Maa, 4. Pallabi, 5. Manavik, 6. Motherland, 7. Crocodile Island, 8. Trinamool, 9. Sishu Sathi, 10. Anubhuti, 11. Abishasya, 12. Janmaini, 13. Ekante, 14. Ashubho Shanket, 15. Jago Banglaa, 16. Ganotantre Lajja, 17. Anoson Keno, 18. Soroni, 19. Langol, 20. Andolaner Katha, 21. Maa-Mati-Manush, 22. Ajab Chora, 23. Nandi-Maa, 24. Netai, 25. Cholo-Jai, 26. Parivartan, 27. Kavita., Books Published in English 1. Struggle for Existence, 2. Smile, 3. Dark Horizon, 4. Slaughter of Democracy, 5. My Unforgettable Memories., Given music and Written lyrics for Bengali songs and received Golden Disc on 29th March, 2001 for the Album on “Chotoder Janaya Mamata” (written and composed).
Foreign Country Travelled:Widely travelled
Special Interest:Painting, Protecting Human Rights
Member or association with any local self-Government institution, statutory body or learned society Member:Elected to 8th Lok Sabha, 1984., Re-elected to 10th Lok Sabha (2nd term), 1991., Union Minister of State, Human Resource Development, Department of Youth Affairs and Sports and Women and Child Development, 1991-93., Re-elected to 11th Lok Sabha (3rd term), 1996., Member, Committee on Home Affairs, 1996-97., Member, Consultative Committee, Ministry of Home Affairs, 1996-97., Re-elected to 13th Lok Sabha (5th term), 1999., Member, General Purposes Committee, 1999., Union Cabinet Minister, Railways, 13th Oct. 1999 – 16th Mar. 2001., Member, Consultative Committee, Ministry of Industries, 2001 – 2003., Union Cabinet Minister (without any portfolio), 8th sep. 2003 – 8th Jan. 2004., Union Cabinet Minister, Coal and Mines, 9th Jan. 2004 – May 2004., Re-elected to 14th Lok Sabha (6th term), 2004., Member, Committee on Personnel, Public Grievances, Law & Justice, 2004., Member, Committee on Home Affairs, 5th Aug. 2006., Member, Committee on Home Affairs, 5th Aug. 2007., Re-elected to 15th Lok Sabha (7th term), 2009., Union Cabinet Minister, Railways, 31st May 2009 – 20th May 2011.
Any other relevant Information:Observed Dharna in 1995 for 21 days to restore Human Rights, protested against atrocities on women and lock up deaths in the country, specially in West Bengal., Went on “Hunger Strike” for 26 days in 2006 to protect the farmers land., Represented the Country in – 1. In U.N. General Assembly., 2. As a women parliamentarian at World Women Round Table Conference, Russia and 3. World Youth Conference, Vietnam, attended the Working Women Conference of ILO and ICFTU at Kuala Lumpur., 4. World Youth Festival at Russia., 5. Attended the SAARC countries meetings on Women and Child Development at Sri Lanka., 6. Went Maldives to attend the Commonwealth Youth Affairs Ministers Conference., 7. Visited Angola to attend the World Youth Development Programme., 8. Visited Bangladesh to inaugurate Indo-Bangladesh Rail Link., 9. Visited several other countries including Germany, United Kingdom, France.