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Insecticides Rules,1971

The Insecticides Rules, 1971

Published vide Notification G.S.R. 1650, dated 19-10-1971, published in the Gazette of India, Extraordinary Part 2, Section 3(i), dated 30-10-1971

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G.S.R. 1650, dated 16th October, 1971. – In exercise of the powers conferred by section 36 of the Insecticides Act, 1968 (46 of 1968), the Central Government, after consultation with the Central Insecticides Board, hereby makes the following rules, namely: –

CHAPTER I

Preliminary

1.Short title and commencement. – (1) These rules may be called The Insecticides Rules, 1971.

[(2)They shall come into force on the 30th of October, 1971].

2.Definitions. – In these rules, unless the context otherwise requires ,-

[(a) “Act” means the Insecticides Act, 1968 (46 of 1968);

(b) “Commercial Pest Control Operation” means any application or dispersion of insecticide including fumigants in household or public or private premises or land and includes pest control operations in the fields including aerial applications for commercial purposes but excludes private use;

(c) “dealer” means a person carrying on the business of selling insecticides, whether wholesale or retail, and includes an agent of a dealer;

(d) “expiry date” means the date that is mentioned on the container, label or wrapper of an insecticide against the column “date of expiry”;

(e) “Form” means a form set out in the First Schedule;

(f) “Laboratory” means the Central Insecticides Laboratory;

(g) “manufacturer” means any person who manufactures insecticides and includes a formulator of the insecticides;

(h) “pests” means any insect, rodent, fungi, weed and other forms of plant or animal life not useful to human beings;

(i) “Pest Control Operator” means any person who undertakes pest control operations and includes the person or the firm or the company or the organisation under whose control such a person is operating;

(j) “primary package” means the immediate package containing the insecticides;

(k) “principal” means the importer or manufacturer of insecticides, as the case may be;

(l) “registration” includes provisional registration;

(m) “rural area” means an area which falls outside the limits of any Municipal Corporation or Municipal Committee or a Notified Area Committee or a Cantonment;

(n) “Schedule” means a Schedule annexed to these rules;

(o) “secondary package” means a package which is neither a primary package nor a transportation package;

(p) “section” means a section of the Act;

(q) “testing facility” means an operational unit where the experimental studies are being carried out or have been carried out in relation to submission of data on product quality or on safety or on efficacy or on residues or on stability in storage of the insecticides for which an application for registration is made;

(r) “transportation package” means the outer most package used for transportation of insecticides.]

CHAPTER II

Functions Of The Board, Registration Committee And Laboratory

3.Functions of the Board. – The Board shall, in addition to the functions assigned to it by the Act, carry out the following functions, namely:-

(a) advise the Central Government on the manufacture of insecticides under the Industries (Development and Regulation) Act, 1951 (65 of 1951);

(b) specify the uses of classification of insecticides on the basis of their toxicity as well as their being suitable for aerial application;

(c) advise tolerance limits for insecticides, residues and on establishment of minimum intervals between the application of insecticides and harvest in respect of various commodities;

(d) specify the shelf-life of insecticides;

(e) suggest colourisation, including colouring matter which may be mixed with concentrates of insecticides, particularly those of highly toxic nature;

(f) carry out such other functions as are supplemental, incidental or consequential to any of the functions conferred by the Act or these rules.

4.Functions of Registration Committee. – The Registration Committee shall, in addition to the functions assigned to it by the Act, perform the following functions, namely: –

(a) specify the precautions to be taken against poisoning through the use or handling of insecticides;

(b) carry out such other incidental or consequential matters necessary for carrying out the functions assigned to it under the Act or these rules.

5.Functions of Laboratory. – The functions of the laboratory shall be as follows: –

(a) to analyse such samples of insecticides sent to it under the Act by any officer or authority authorised by the Central or State Governments and submission of certificates of analysis to the concerned authority;

(b) to analyse samples of materials for insecticide residues under the provisions of the Act;

(c) to carry out such investigations as may be necessary for the purpose of ensuring the conditions of registration of insecticides;

(d) to determine the efficacy and toxicity of insecticides;

(e) to carry out such other functions as may be entrusted to it by the Central Government or by a State Government with the permission of the Central Government and after consultation with the Board.

CHAPTER III

Registration Of Insecticides

  1. Manner of Registration.– [(1)(a) An application for registration of an insecticide under the Act shall be made in Form I and the said Form including the verification portion, shall be signed in case of an individual by the individual himself or a person duly authorised by him; in case of Hindu Undivided Family, by the kartaor any person duly authorised by him; in case of partnership firm by the managing partner; in case of a company, by any person duly authorised in that behalf by the Board of Directors; and in any other case by the person in charge or responsible for the conduct of the business. Any change in members of Hindu Undivided Family or partners or the Board of Directors or the person in charge, as the case may be, shall be forthwith intimated to the Secretary, Central Insecticides Board and Registration Committee and the Licensing Officer.

(b) The Registration Committee may, if necessary, direct the inspection of the “testing facility” for establishing the authenticity of the data.] [(2) An application form duly filled [* * *] shall be sent to the Secretary, Registration Committee, Directorate of Plant Protection, Quarantine and Storage, NH-IV, Faridabad-121001, Haryana. The fee shall be payable as follows: –

(i) rupees five thousand each in case of application for registration under section 9(3) and 9(3-B) of the Insecticides Act, 1968 (46 of 1968);

(ii) rupees two thousand five hundred in case of application for registration under section 9(4) of the Insecticides Act, 1968 (46 of 1968).] [(3) The registration fee payable shall be paid by a demand draft drawn on the State Bank of India, Faridabad, in favour of the Accounts Officer, Directorate of Plant Protection, Quarantine and Storage, Faridabad, Haryana.

[(3A) The registration fees may also be paid through debit or credit card using internet payment gateway services by logging on the website of Secretariat of Central Insecticides Board and Registration Committee.] [(3B) An application for registration of an insecticide falling under the category of Formulation Indigenous Manufacture as categorised by the Registration Committee under section 5 of the Act shall only be accepted in electronic form online.]

(4) The certificate of registration shall be in [Form II or Form III], as the case may be and shall be subject to such conditions as specified therein.] [(4A) The Certificate of Registration under sub-rule (3B) shall be issued in electronic form online in Form III and shall be subject to such conditions as specified therein.]

[6A. Issue of duplicate Certificate of Registration. – A fee of rupees one hundred shall be paid in the form of demand draft drawn on the State Bank of India, Faridabad in favour of the Accounts Officer, Directorate of Plant Protection, Quarantine and Storage, Faridabad, Haryana for a duplicate copy of a Certificate of Registration if the original is defaced, damaged or lost.]

[6B. Addition, deletion or alteration on the Certificate of Registration including labels and leaflets. – A fee of rupees one hundred shall be paid in the form of demand draft drawn on the State Bank of India, Faridabad, in favour of the Accounts Officer, Directorate of Plant Protection,Quarantine and Storage, Faridabad, Haryana on each occasion for each Certificate of Registration for addition, deletion, alteration on the Certificate of Registration including labels and leaflets.]

7.Appeal. – (1) An appeal against any decision of the Registration Committee under section 9 shall be preferred in writing [in [Form IV], in duplicate] to the Central Government in the Department of Agriculture.

(2) The appeal shall be in writing and shall set out concisely and under distinct heads the grounds on which the appeal is preferred.

[(3) Every appeal shall be accompanied by a demand draft of rupees one thousand towards fee and a copy of the decision appealed against.] [(4) The fee payable for preferring an appeal shall be paid by a demand draft drawn on the State Bank of India, New Delhi, in favour of the Pay and Accounts Officer, Department of Agriculture and Co-operation, New Delhi.]
  1. Manner of publication of refusal to register or cancellation of the Certificate of Registration.– A refusal to register an insecticide or a cancellation of the Certificate of Registration of an insecticide shall also be published in any two English and Hindi Newspapers which have circulation in a substantial part of India and in any of the journals published by the Department of Agriculture of the Government of India.

CHAPTER IV

Grant Of Licenses

  1. Licenses to manufacture insecticides.– [(1) Application for the grant [* * *]of a license to manufacture any insecticide shall be made in [Form V], [* * *], to the licensing officer and shall be accompanied by a fee of rupees two thousand for every insecticide and a maximum of rupees twenty thousand for all insecticides for which the license is applied.]

(2) If an insecticide is proposed to be manufactured at more than one place, separate applications shall be made and separate licenses shall be issued in respect of every such place.

[(3) A license to manufacture insecticides shall be issued in [Form VI]and shall be subject to the following conditions, namely: –

(i) The license [* * *] shall be kept on the approved premises and shall be produced for inspection at the request of an Insecticide Inspector appointed under the Act or any other officer or authority authorised by the licensing officer.

(ii) Any change in the expert staff named in the license shall forthwith be reported to the licensing officer.

(iii) If the licensee wants to undertake during the currency of the license to manufacture for sale additional insecticides, he shall apply to the licensing officer for the necessary endorsement in the license on payment of the prescribed fee for every category of insecticides.

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(v) The licensee shall comply with the provisions of the Act and the rules made thereunder for the time being in force.] [* * *] [(4)A licensing officer may, after giving reasonable opportunity of being heard, to the applicant, refuse to grant any license.

(4-A) No license to manufacture an insecticide shall be granted unless the licensing officer is satisfied that necessary plant and machinery, safety devices and first-aid facilities, etc.,exist in the premises where the insecticide is proposed to be manufactured.] [(4B) A person who applies for manufacturing licence shall possess or shall employ a person possessing Master’s degree in Chemistry with a Doctorate or a graduate degree in Chemical Engineering for manufacture of technical grade pesticides or a graduate degree in Agriculture Science with Chemistry for manufacture of pesticide formulation:

Provided that a person possessing a manufacturing licence on the date of notification of this sub-rule shall be allowed a period of two years to comply with the educational qualification.] [(5)A fee of rupees one hundred shall be paid for a duplicate copy of a license issued under this rule, if the original is defaced, damaged or lost.]

  1. Licenses for sale, etc., of insecticides.– (1) Applications for the grant [* * *]of a license to sell, stock or exhibit for sale or distribute insecticides shall be made in [Form VII], [* * *], to the licensing officer and shall be accompanied by the fees specified in sub-rule (2).
[(1A) Person who applies for the grant of licence to sell, stock or exhibit for sale or distribute insecticides shall possess or employ a person possessing a graduate degree in Agricultural Sciences or Biochemistry or Biotechnology or Life Sciences or in Science with Chemistry or Botany or Zoology from a recognised university or Institute; Or

One year diploma course in Agriculture or Horticulture or related subjects from any government recognised university or institute with course content on plant protection and pesticides management:

Provided that all retailers or dealers possessing a valid licence without the prescribed qualification as on the date of publication of these rules as amended by The Insecticides (Second Amendment) Rules, 2017 shall be allowed a period of two years to comply with the said qualifications:

Provided further that the existing licensee of pesticides, who are more than forty-five years of age and who have been running their trade either themselves or have inherited with cumulative period of experience of more than ten years as on the date of publication of these rules as amended by The Insecticides (Second Amendment) Rules, 2017 and the annual turn over is less than Rs. five lakh are exempted from the aforesaid rule for a period of licenceship continuing in their name.

(3) The payment of salary of the employee shall be made by licensees through digital mode or by a cheque to ensure that the person is employed with them.] [(2) The fee payable under sub-rule (1) for grant [* * *] of a license shall be rupees five hundred for every insecticide for which the license is applied. There shall be a separate fee for each place, if any insecticide is sold, stocked or exhibited for sale at more than one place:

Provided that the maximum fee payable in respect of insecticides commonly used for household purposes and registered as such shall be rupees seven thousand five-hundred for every place:

Provided further that, if the place of sale is established in the rural areas, the fee shall be one-fifth of the fee specified in this rule.]

(3) If any insecticide is proposed to be sold or stocked for sale at more than one place, separate applications shall be made and separate licenses shall be issued in respect of every such place [and for every insecticide].

[(3-A) Pest Control Operators – (i)Any person who desires to undertake pest control operations, with the use of Aluminium phosphide, Methyl bromide, Ethylene dibromide or as notified shall apply for a license in [Form VII] with a fee of rupees one thousand for each place of operation. The license granted for such operations shall be valid for a period of five years provided that the license shall be renewed after verification or inspection at the expiry of this period on application in [Form VII] for a further period of five years with an application fee of rupees one thousand.

(ii) A license to stock and use insecticides for pest control operators will be issued in [Form VIII].

(iii) Any person who applied for grant of license for undertaking pest control operations should be at least a graduate in Agriculture or in Science with Chemistry as a subject with a certificate of minimum 15 days training from any of the following Institutions-Central Good Technological Research Institute, Mysore; Indian Grain Storage Institute, Hapur and National Plant Protection Training Institute, Hyderabad.

(iv) For undertaking fumigation, the pest control operators shall have to obtain special permission from the Plant Protection Adviser to the Government of India in addition to obtaining license. The Plant Protection Adviser will grant such permission as per procedure or guidelines approved by the Registration Committee.

(v) The commercial pest control operators, shall adhere to the prescribed guidelines or procedures as laid down by the Plant Protection Adviser to the Government of India in regard to the fumigation operations undertaken by them.] [(4)A license to sell, stock or exhibit for sale or distribute insecticides shall be issued in Form VIII and shall be subject to the following conditions, namely: –

(i) The license shall be displayed in a prominent place in the part of the premises open to the public.

(ii) The licensee shall comply with the provisions of the Act, and the rules made thereunder for the time being in force.] [(iii) Where the licensee wants to sell, stock or exhibit for sale or distribute any additional insecticides during the currency of the license, he may apply to the licensing officer for necessary endorsement on the license on payment of fee specified in sub-rule (2).] [(iv) If the licensing officer is satisfied that a particular insecticide is harmful to human beings, animals or environment, he may after recording reasons and referring the Insecticide to the Insecticide Analyst, prohibit temporarily its sale for a period of thirty days or till he obtains the report of the Analyst, whichever is earlier.] [(4-A)[(i) Every person shall along with his application for grant [* * *]of a license to undertake operation or sell, stock or exhibit for sale or distribute insecticides, file a certificate from the principal whom he represents or desires to represent in [Form IX].] [(ii) The certificate to be issued by the principal shall be addressed to the licensing officer of the concerned area and shall contain full particulars of the principal including their registration and manufacturing license numbers, full name and address of the person proposed to be authorised and also the type of formulations to be used in commercial pest control operations, sold, stocked or exhibited for sale or distribution.

(iii) In order to verify the genuineness or otherwise of the certificate, the principal shall send to the licensing officer of the State where he intends to sell his products an adequate number of copies of the specimen signature or the specimen signatures of the persons authorised in writing to issue the principal’s certificate.

(iv) In case of suspension, revocation or cancellation of the certificate, the principal shall forthwith intimate the licensing officer having jurisdiction.] [(5)A licensing officer may, after giving a reasonable opportunity of being heard to the applicant, refuse to grant any license.] [(6)A fee of rupees one hundred shall be payable for a duplicate copy of license issued under this rule if the original is defaced, damaged or lost.] [(7) A certificate shall be submitted by all licencees under rule 9 and rule 10 in Form X to the licensing authority every year. The licensing officer shall conduct inspection of infrastructure, premises, stocks and records at least once every two years.]

[10A. Segregation and disposal of date-expired pesticides. – (a) Immediately after the date of expiry all such stocks after being segregated and stamped “not for sale” or “not for use” or “not for manufacture”, as the case may be, shall be kept by the licensee in a separate place specially demarcated for the purpose with a declaration “date-expired insecticides” to be exhibited on the conspicuous part of the place. [A record of all such stocks shall be maintained in Form XI.]] [(b) All such stocks then shall be disposed of in an environment friendly manner as may be specified from time to time by the Central Government in consultation with the Central Insecticides Board and shall not be used for remanufacture.]

[10-B. Special provision with regard to sulphur. – In regard to insecticide and its formulations, all licensees shall:

(a) observe all precautions to prevent its theft;

(b) report any such theft to the nearest police authorities promptly; and

(c) maintain a separate register showing names and addresses of all the persons to whom it has been sold or distributed and the quantities to be sold or distributed.]

[10C. Prohibition against sale or storage of insecticides in certain places. – No person shall manufacture, store or expose for sale or permit the sale or storage of any insecticide in the same building where any articles consumable by human beings or animals are manufactured, stored or exposed for sale.

Explanation. – Nothing contained in this rule will apply to the retail sales of household insecticides from the building wherefrom other article consumable by human beings or animals are usually sold provided such household insecticides have been registered as such and are packed and labelled in accordance with these rules.]

[10D. Manufacturer and dealer to display stock and price list of insecticides. – Every manufacturer and every dealer who makes or offers to make a retail sale of any insecticide shall prominently display at his place of business, –

(a) the quantities of stock of different insecticides held by him on daily basis; and

(b) a list of prices or rates of such insecticides for the time being available in such place of business.]

  1. Duration of licenses.– [[(a) A licence to manufacture insecticides, if any, issued on the basis of provisional registration granted under subsection (3B) of section 9, shall expire on the date of expiry of the provisional registration. A licence granted by endorsement on the main licence shall expire along with the main licence].

Provided that the license to manufacture insecticides, if any, issued on the basis of provisional registration granted under sub-section (3-B) of section 9, shall expire on the date of expiry of the provisional registration:

Provided further that the license granted by endorsement on the main license under clause (iii) of sub-rule (8) or rule 9 or under clause (iii) of sub-rule (4) of rule 10 under sub-rule (3) of rule 10-A shall expire or be renewable along with the main license.

[Provided also that a licence for retail selling of household insecticides shall be issued for a period of ten calendar years.]

(b) An application for the renewal of a license [in case of pest control operators] shall be made before its expiry and if such an application is made after the date of expiry but within three months from such date, a late fee of -] [(i) rupees five hundred for the first month or part thereof, rupees one thousand for the second month or part thereof and rupees one thousand and five hundred for the third month or part thereof, in case of license [* * *] to carry pest control operations;

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Provided that where the main pest control operation unit or the place of sale is located in the rural areas, the late fee shall be one-fifth of the said late fee:

Provided further that in case of death or disability or the licensee, the Licensing Officer may after recording reasons in writing, exempt the applicant from payment of the late fee.] [Explanation. – (1) Where an application for renewal is made before the expiry of the license and the order regarding refusal or renewal is passed after the expiry of the license, the applicant shall be deemed to have been carrying on his business in accordance with the expired license till the date of

communication of the final order on that application.

(2)Where an application for renewal is made after the expiry of the license with late fee, the applicant shall be deemed to have been carrying on his business in accordance with the expired license (from the date of expiry) till the date of communication of the final order on that application.] [(c) The license shall continue to be in force until it is renewed or revoked. Where an appeal is preferred under section 15, the license shall continue to be revoked until disposal of appeal or as ordered by the appellate authority pending disposal of the appeal.]

(d) A license officer may, after giving an opportunity of being heard, refuse to renew the license [for reasons to be recorded in writing].

  1. Conditions of license.– [(a)]Subject to conditions laid down in sub-rule (3) of rule 9 and sub-rule (4) of rule 10, a license shall not be granted to any person under this Chapter unless the licensing officer is satisfied that the premises in respect of which license is to be granted are adequate and equipped with proper storage accommodation for avoiding any hazards for preserving the properties of insecticides in respect of which the license is granted.

(b) In granting a license, the licensing officer shall have regard, among other things, to:

(i) The number of licenses granted in the locality during any year; and

(ii) the occupation, trade or business carried on by the applicant.

  1. Varying or amending a license.– The licensing officer may either on an application made by the licensee or if he is satisfied that the conditions under which a license has been granted under this Chapter have been changed that it is necessary so to do, vary or amend a license, [after satisfying himself that the Registration Committee has amended the registration certificate and ]after giving an opportunity of being heard to the person holding the license.
  2. Transfer of license.– (1)The holder of a license may, at any time, before the expiry of the license, apply for permission to transfer the license to any other person.
[(2)The application under sub-rule (1) shall be accompanied by a fee of rupees one hundred.]

(3) The licensing officer may, after such inquiry as he thinks fit, accord permission to transfer the license and on such permission being given, an endorsement to that effect shall be made in the license.

(4) If the permission to transfer a license is refused, the fee paid therefore shall be refunded to the applicant.

[15. Issuing cash or credit memo and maintenance of register, books of accounts and records. – (1) All sales of insecticides shall be made by a bill or cash memo or credit memo in the form prescribed under any law.

(2) All sales of insecticides made to a licensed manufacturer (formulator or packer), stockist, distributor, dealer, retailer or to a bulk consumer shall be entered insecticide wise, in a register in [Form XII]and a State wise monthly return of all sales to actual consumers shall be sent to the licensing officer, in Form XIV within 15 days from the close of the relevant month.

(3) Every importer or manufacturer of insecticide shall maintain a stock register in Form XV for technical grade insecticides and in [Form XV] for formulated insecticides.

(4) Every manufacturer or importer shall maintain a book of accounts and register of such sale, manufacture or import of technical Grade Insecticide and formulated Insecticide and submit the monthly statement or return to the licensing officer, in [Form XV and XVI]respectively within 15 days from the closing of the month.

(5) Without prejudice to the provisions of sub-rules (1) and (4), the Central Government or the State Government or any other person authorised by the Central Government or the State Government,as the case may be, may, by notice in writing require any importer or manufacturer or any other person dealing in insecticides to furnish within the time specified in the notice, such registers, books of accounts, records, documents or other such information with respect to any insecticides or any batch thereof, including the particulars of all persons to whom it has been sold or distributed, as it may consider necessary.]

CHAPTER V

Packing And Labelling

  1. Prohibition of sale or distribution unless packed and labelled.– No person shall stock or exhibit for sale or distribute [or cause to be transported]any insecticide unless it is packed and labelled in accordance with the provisions of these rules.

[17. Packing of insecticides. – (1) Every package containing the insecticides shall be of a type approved by the Registration Committee.

(2)Before putting any insecticide into the primary package, every batch thereof shall be analysed as per the relevant specifications of the manufacture thereof, in accordance with the approved methods of analysis and the result of such an analysis shall be recorded in the register maintained for the purpose. If any insecticide is put in the package it shall be presumed that it is fit and ready for sale, distribution or use for which it is intended, notwithstanding the fact any further steps are still required to be taken to make it marketable.]

  1. Leaflet to be contained in a package.– [(1)]The packing of every insecticide shall include a leaflet containing the following details, namely:-

(a) the plant disease, insects and noxious animals or weeds for which the insecticide is to be applied, the adequate direction concerning the manner in which the insecticide is to be used at the time of application;

(b) particulars regarding chemicals harmful to human being, animals and wild life, warning and cautionary statements including the symptoms of poisoning, suitable and adequate safety measures and emergency first-aid treatment where necessary;

(c) cautions regarding storage and application of insecticides with suitable warning relating to inflammable, explosive or other substance harmful to the skin;

(d) instructions concerning the decontamination or safe disposal of used containers;

(e) a statement showing the antidote for the poison shall be included in the leaflet and the label;

(f) if the insecticide is irritating to the skin, nose, throat or eyes, a statement shall be included to the effect;

[(g) common name of the insecticide as adopted by the International Standards Organisation and where such a name has not yet been adopted such other name as may be approved by the Registration Committee;] [(h) the information furnished on the label in English and Hindi shall be translated and published on the leaflet in Hindi, English and in the regional language of the region where the product is proposed for sale;

(i) the leaflet shall be printed legibly and font size of the text shall be not less than eight points (8) or 2 mm;

(j) safety pictogram’s provided on the label and others, if any, shall also be printed on the leaflet;

(k) leaflet shall contain detailed advice to physicians for treatment in cases of poisoning;

(l) details of label claims and directions for use with reference to target organism and crop shall be printed on the leaflet;

(m) good practices relating to pesticide application techniques covering the following shall be provided for each crop, namely:-

(i) weather conditions;

(ii) soil;

(iii) crops stage for application;

(iv) application techniques;

(v) equipment type;

(vi) nozzle type;

(vii) dosage;

(viii) instructions for mixing;

(ix) re entry period ;

(x) pre-harvest interval;

(xi) application timings ;

(xii) frequency including maximum number of sprays ;

(n) stages during which pesticides should not be applied on any crop shall be furnished;

(o) precautions to be taken to avoid harm to the beneficial insects like honey bees and natural enemies of pests shall be furnished;

(p) the leaflet shall also contain the practices to be followed for usage of pesticides in confined areas, such as glasshouses, poly houses, nursery beds, storage structures, fumigation chambers and public dwellings;

(q) the warning directing the users not to re-use the containers – “Dangerous to re-use empty containers” shall be printed in bold letters;

(r) directions for safe disposal of used containers shall be provided;

(s) instructions on leaflets shall be appropriately coloured or printed in bold to draw attention of all users;

(t) company shall furnish all information about the label and leaflet on their website and the address of the website shall be printed on the leaflet;

(u) the leaflet for the pesticide formulations shall be inserted or kept in between primary and secondary packing or pouch as per clause 1.(i) of rule 19.] [(2)Two copies of the leaflets duly approved by the Registration Committee and signed by the Secretary, Registration Committee, shall be returned to the manufacturer and one copy thereof the State licensing officer.]

  1. Manner of labelling.– [(1) (i) The label shall have minimum of two panels in respect of rectangular containers and three panels in respect of bottles. The minimum size of the two panel label to be affixed on the face of the container shall be not less than 130 square centimetres. The minimum size of the three panel label shall not be less than 210 square centimetres.

The following information shall be printed on the label:-

(I) Two panel label for square/rectangular containers or pouches):

  1. Face of the label:

The panel on the left side shall be six centimetres X ten centimetres and shall contain the following information in English:

(a) name of insecticide (brand name or trade mark under which the insecticide is sold);

(b) common name; accepted by the International Standards Organisation or the Indian Standards Institutions and if no common name exists, the correct chemical name which conforms most closely with the generally accepted rules of chemical nomenclature shall be given;

(c) instructions to “Read Leaflet Before Use”;

(d) directions for Use, manner and time of application and the list of crops on which it is registered to apply;

(e) dosage;

(f) optimal re-entry period after each application of pesticide and the optimum pre-harvest interval;

(g) safety precautions : Wash contaminated clothes and parts of the body after application. Wear full protective clothing during application. Avoid inhalation, do not smoke, drink, eat and chew anything during application;

(h) composition of the formulation;

(i) first aid;

(j) antidote statement;

(k) name of the manufacturer (if the manufacturer is not the person in whose name the insecticide is registered under the Act, the relationship between the person in whose name the insecticide has been registered and the person who manufactures, packs or distributes or sells shall be stated);

(l) imported and re-packed by;

(m) marketed by;

(n) registration number of the insecticide;

(o) manufacturing license number;

(p) batch number;

(q) date of manufacture;

(r) expiry date, i.e. up to the date the insecticide shall retain its efficacy and safety;

(s) Maximum Retail Price (M.R.P.) Inclusive of taxes;

(t) net content of volume. (The net contents shall be exclusive of wrapper or other material. The correct statement of the net content in terms of weight, measure, number of units of activity, as the case may be, shall be given. The weight and volume shall be expressed in the metric system);

(u) cautionary symbol as per the toxicity classification and cautionary words;

(v) Warning 1. Not to be used on crops and pests other than those mentioned on label and leaflets

  1. Not to be used for Post-Harvest Applications.
  2. Destroy the container after use as directed on leaflet.
  3. Directions and dosage for poly houses and confined area – Refer the leaflet.
  4. Company’s name, bar code, hologram, e-mail id and customer care numbers.
  5. Right side of the label: The panel on the right side shall be seven centimetres X ten centimetres and shall contain the same information as above, in Hindi.

(C) The rear side of the Label: There shall be a label on the rear side of the container, on which matter printed on right panel of the face of the label in Hindi shall be translated and printed in the regional language(s) of the area where it is proposed for sale.

All relevant safety pictogram’s (refer picture I in the THIRD SCHEDULE) of size not less than one square centimetre at the bottom of the label in respect of labels of minimum size. Pictogram’s shall be proportionately bigger in respect of labels of bigger size at the bottom of the right side panel. They shall be printed only once on the label.

(II) II. Three Panel Label (for bottles):

(Minimum size of the three panel label shall be 210 square centimetres)

(A) The panel on the left side shall contain the following information in at least one regional language:-

(a) name of insecticide (brand name or trade mark under which the insecticide is sold);

(b) common name accepted by the International Standards Organisation or the Indian Standards Institutions and if no common name exists, the correct chemical name which conforms most closely with the generally accepted rules of chemical nomenclature shall be given;

(c) instructions to “Read leaflet before use”;

(d) directions for use: manner and time of application and the list of crops on which it is registered to apply ;

(e) dosage;

(f) optimal re-entry period after each application of pesticide and the optimum Pre-Harvest Interval;

(g) safety Precautions : wash contaminated clothes and parts of the body after application. Wear full protective clothing during application. Avoid inhalation, do not smoke, drink, eat and chew anything during application. Wear full protective clothing during application.

(h) composition of the formulation;

(i) First-aid;

(j) antidote statement;

(k) name of the manufacturer (if the manufacturer is not the person in whose name the insecticide is registered under the Act, the relationship between the person in whose name the insecticide has been registered and the person who manufactures, packs or distributes or sells shall be stated);

(l) imported and re-packed by;

(m) marketed by;

(n) registration number of the insecticide;

(o) manufacturing license number;

(p) batch number;

(q) date of manufacture;

(r) expiry date, i.e. up to the date the insecticide shall retain its efficiency and safety;

(s) maximum Retail Price (M.R.P.) Inclusive of taxes;

(t) net content of volume. (The net contents shall be exclusive of wrapper or other material. The correct statement of the net content in terms of weight, measure, number of units of activity, as the case may be, shall be given. The weight and volume shall be expressed in the metric system);

(u) cautionary symbol as per the toxicity classification and cautionary words;

(v) Warning 1. Not to be used on crops and pests other than those mentioned on label and leaflets

  1. Not to be used for Post-Harvest Application.
  2. Destroy the container after use as directed on leaflet;
  3. Directions and dosage for poly houses and confined area – Refer the leaflet.

(w) Company’s name, barcode, hologram – mail id and customer care numbers.

(B) The central panel shall contain the same information as above, in English.

(C) The right side of the panel shall contain the same information as above, in Hindi.

All relevant safety pictogram’s (refer picture I in the THIRD SCHEDULE) of size not less than one square centimetre at the bottom of the label in respect of labels of minimum size. Pictogram’s shall be proportionately bigger in respect of labels of bigger size at the bottom of the right side panel. They may be used only once on the label.

(ii) The label shall be printed legibly using font size of not less than seven points (7) in English and five and half points (5.5) in Hindi and regional languages.

(iii) If the container or packet or sachet is small, the product should be packed in an outer cover on which label of prescribed size as per contents of clause (i) of sub rule (1) of rule 19 shall be printed.

(iv) In case where small sachets, packets or containers that contains the product are packed in a larger packet, the following details shall be printed with indelible ink on the outer surface in English and Hindi and in font size of not less than five points (5) :-

(a) brand name;

(b) common name;

(c) manufacturer’s name and address;

(d) imported and re-packed by (if applicable);

(e) registration number;

(f) manufacturer’s license number;

(g) batch number;

(h) manufacturing date;

(i) expiry date;

(j) maximum retail price (MRP);

(k) net content ;

(l) customer care details; and

(m) cautionary symbol as per the toxicity classification and cautionary words.

(v) The model labels (two panel and three panel) shall be as per the pictures II, III, IV & V given in the Third Schedule.]

Substituted by Notification No. G.S.R. 797 (E) dated 13.11.2014 (w.e.f. 30.10.1971)

OLD LAW 6

(2)The label shall be so affixed to the container that it cannot be ordinarily removed.

(3)The label shall contain in a prominent place and occupying not less than [one-sixteenth of the area of the panel or four square centimetres whichever is greater], a square, set at an angle of 450 (diamond shape). The dimension of the said square shall depend on the size of the package on which the label is to be affixed. The said square shall be divided into two equal triangles, the upper portion shall contain the symbol and signal word specified in sub-rule (4) and the lower portion shall contain the colour specified in sub-rule (5).

(4)The upper portion of the square, referred to in sub-rule (93) shall contain the following symbols and warning statements: –

(i) insecticides belonging to Category I (extremely toxic) shall contain the symbol of a skull and cross-bones and the word “POISON” printed in red; the following warning statements shall also appear on the label at appropriate place, outside the triangle: –

(a) “KEEP OUT OF THE REACH OF CHILDREN”,

(b) “IF SWALLOWED OR IF SYMPTOMS OF POISONING OCCUR, CALL PHYSICIAN IMMEDIATELY”;

(ii) insecticides in Category II (highly toxic) shall bear the word “POISON” printed in red and the statement “KEEP OUT OF THE REACH OF CHILDREN”, shall also appear on the label at suitable place outside the triangle;

(iii) insecticides in Category III (moderately toxic) shall bear the word “DANGER” and the statement “KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN”; shall also appear on the label at suitable place outside the triangle;

(iv) insecticides in Category IV (Slightly toxic) shall bear the word “CAUTION”.

(5) The lower portion of the square referred to in sub-rule (94) shall contain the colour specified in column (4) of the Table below, depending on the classification of the insecticides specified in the corresponding entry in column (1) of the said Table.

Classification of the insecticides Medium lethal dose by the oral route acute toxicity LD 50 mg/kg body weight of test animals Medium lethal dose by the dermal route dermal toxicity LD 50 mg/kg. Body weight of test animals Colour of identification band on the label
1. Extremely toxic 1-50 1-200 Bright red
2. Highly toxic 51-500 201-2000 Bright yellow
3. Moderately toxic 501-5000 2001-20000 Bright blue
4. Slightly toxic More than 5000 More than 20000 Bright green

(6) In addition to the precautions to be undertaken under sub-rules (3), (4) and (5), the label to be affixed in the package containing insecticides which are highly inflammable shall indicate that it is inflammable or that the insecticides should be kept away from heat or open flame and the like.

(7) The label and leaflets to be affixed or attached to the package containing insecticides shall be printed in Hindi, English and in one or two regional languages in use in the areas where the said packages are likely to be stocked, sold or distributed.

(8) Labelling of insecticides must not bear any unwarranted claims for the safety of the product or its ingredients. This includes statements such as “SAFE”, “NON-POISONOUS”, “NON-INJURIOUS” or “HARMLESS” with or without such qualified phrase as “when used as directed”.

  1. Prohibition against altering inscription, etc., on containers, labels or wrappers of insecticides.– No person shall alter, obliterate or deface any inscription or make made or recorded by the manufacturer on the container, label or wrapper of any insecticide:

Provided that nothing in this rule shall apply to any alteration of any inscription or mark made on the container, label or wrapper of any insecticide at the instance, direction or permission of the Registration Committee.

CHAPTER VI

Insecticide Analysts And Insecticide Inspectors

  1. Qualifications of Insecticide Analyst.– A person shall be eligible for appointment as an Insecticide Analyst under the Act only if he possesses the following qualification, namely: –

(a) a graduate in Agriculture or a graduate in Science with Chemistry as a special subject; and

(b) adequate training in analysing insecticides in a recognised Laboratory.

  1. Powers of Insecticide Analyst.– The Insecticide Analyst shall have the power to call for such information or particulars or do anything as may be necessary for the proper examination of the samples sent to him either from the insecticide Inspector or the person from whom the sample was obtained.
  2. Duties of Insecticide Analyst.– (1) The Insecticide Analyst shall analyse or cause to be analysed or test or cause to be tested such samples of Insecticides as may be sent to him by the Insecticide Inspector under the provisions of the Act and shall furnish reports or results of such test or analysis.

(2)An Insecticide Analyst shall, from time to time, forward to the State Government reports giving the result of analytical work and investigation with a view to their publication at the discretion of the Government.

  1. Procedure on receipt of sample.– (1) On receipt of a package from an Insecticide Inspector containing a sample for test or analysis, the Insecticide Analyst shall compare the seals of the packet with the specimen impression received separately and shall note the condition of the seals on the packet.
[(2) In making the test or analysis of insecticides, it shall be sufficient if the Insecticides Analyst follows that specifications and the months of examination of samples as approved by the Registration committee.]

(3) After the test or analysis has been carried out under sub-rule (2), the Insecticide Analyst shall forthwith supply to the Insecticide Inspector a report in triplicate in [Form XVII] of the result of test of analysis.

  1. Fees payable for testing or analysis.– [(1) The fees payable for testing or analyzing insecticides under sub-section (5) of section 24 of the Act shall be as specified in the Second Schedule.]
[(2)The fee payable for testing or analysing samples received from the Insecticides Inspector shall also be as specified in the Second Schedule:

Provided that the Central Government may, after taking into consideration the genuine difficulties of any particular State Government, exempt the payment of the fee for such period as it may consider reasonable.]

  1. Qualifications of Insecticide Inspector.– A person shall be eligible for appointment as an Insecticide Inspector under the Act only if he possesses the following qualifications, namely: –

(a) graduate in Agriculture, or graduate in Science with Chemistry as one of the subjects;

(b) adequate field experience.

  1. Duties of Insecticide Inspector.– The Insecticide Inspector shall have the following duties,namely: –

(1)to inspect not less than three times in a year all establishments selling insecticides within the areas of his jurisdiction;

(2)to satisfy himself that the conditions of license are being complied with;

(3)to procure and send for test and analysis, samples of insecticide which he has reason to suspect are being sold, stocked or accepted for sale in contravention of the provisions of the Act or rules made thereunder;

(4)to investigate any complaint in writing which may be made to him;

(5)to institute prosecutions in respect of breaches of the Act and the rules made thereunder;

(6)to maintain a record of all inspections made and action taken by him in the performance of his duties including the taking of samples and the seizure of stocks and to submit copies of such record to the licensing officer;

(7)to make such inquiries and inspections as may be necessary to detect the sale and use of insecticides in contravention of the Act.

  1. Duties of Inspectors specially authorised to inspect manufacture of insecticides.– It shall be the duty of an Inspector authorised to inspect the manufacture of insecticides –

(1)to inspect not less than twice a year all premises licensed for the manufacture of insecticides within the area of his jurisdiction and to satisfy himself that the conditions of the license and the provisions of the Act or the rule made thereunder are being observed;

(2)to send forthwith to the licensing officer after each inspection, a detailed report indicating the conditions of the license and the provisions of the Act or rules made thereunder which are being observed and the conditions and provisions, if any, which are not being observed;

(3)to draw samples of insecticides manufactured on the premises and send them for test or analysis in accordance with these rules;

(4)to report to the Government all occurrences of poisoning.

  1. Prohibition of disclosure of information.– Except for the purpose of official business or when required by a Court of law, an Insecticide Inspector shall not disclose to any person any information acquired by him in the performance of his official duties.
  2. Form of order not to dispose of stock.– An order by the Insecticide Inspector requiring a person not to dispose of any stock in his possession shall be in [Form XVIII].
  3. Prohibition of sale.– No person in possession of an insecticide in respect of which an Insecticide Inspector has made an order under rule 30 shall, in contravention of that order, sell or otherwise dispose of any stock of such insecticide.
  4. Form of receipt for seized insecticide.– A receipt by an Insecticide Inspector for the stock of any insecticide seized shall be in[Form XIX].
  5. Form of intimation for purpose of taking samples.– Where an Inspector takes a sample of an insecticide for the purpose of test or analysis, he shall intimate such purpose in writing in [Form XX]to the person from whom he takes it.
  6. Despatch of samples for test or analysis.– (1) Samples for test or analysis under the Act shall be sent by registered post or by hand in a sealed packet together with a memorandum in [Form XX]in an outer cover addressed to the Insecticide Analyst.

(2) The packet as well as the outer cover shall be marked with a distinct mark.

(3) A copy of the memorandum in [Form XXI] together with a specimen, impression of the seals of the Inspector and of the seals, if any, of the person from whom he takes such samples, shall be sent separately by registered post or by hand to the Insecticide Analyst.

CHAPTER VII

Transport And Storage Of Insecticides In Transit by Rail, Road Or Water

  1. [Manner of packing, storage while transporting].– (1) Packages containing insecticides offered for transport by rail, shall be packed in accordance with the conditions specified in the Red Tariff, issued by the Ministry of Railways.

(2)No insecticide shall be transported or stored in such a way as to come into direct contact with foodstuffs or animal feeds.

(3)No foodstuffs or animal feeds which got mixed up with insecticide as a result of any damage to the packages containing insecticides during transport or storage shall be released to the consignees unless it has been examined for possible contamination by competent authorities, as may be notified by the State Government.

(4)If any insecticide is found to have leaked out in transport or storage, it shall be the responsibility of the transport agency or the storage owner to take such measures urgently to prevent poisoning and pollution of soil or water, if any.

  1. Conditions to be specified for storage of insecticides.– (1) The packages containing insecticides shall be stored in separate rooms or premises, away from the rooms or premises used for storing other articles or shall be kept in separate almirah under lock and keys depending upon the quantity and nature of the insecticides.

(2)The rooms or premises meant for storing insecticides shall be well-built, dry, well lit and ventilated and of sufficient dimension.

CHAPTER VIII

Provisions Regarding Protective Clothing, Equipment And Other Facilities For Workers During Manufacture, Etc., Of Insecticides

[37. Medical examination. – (1)All persons, who are engaged in the work of handling, dealing or otherwise coming in contact with the insecticides during manufacture/formulation of insecticides or being engaged in spraying during operation shall be examined medically before their employment, and at least quarterly in the case of those engaged in manufacturing/formulation units, yearly in other cases including operators while in service by a qualified doctor who is aware of risks to which such persons are exposed. Particulars of all such persons, including the particulars of their medical examination, shall be entered in a register in [Form XXII]. Where the insecticide in question is an organophosphorus compound or a carbamate compound, the blood cholinester age level shall be measured at least once a month of all persons working in the manufacturing units. The blood residue estimation shall be done once in a year in the case of persons working with organo chlorine group of insecticides in a manufacturing/ formulation unit. In the case of spraying people working with the pest control operators, the estimation of cholinesterage level (if working with organo phosphorous or carbamate compounds) and blood residue (if working with organo chlorine group) shall be conducted as and when advised by the doctor as part of the general medical test.

(2)Any person showing symptoms of poisoning shall be immediately examined and given proper treatment.]

  1. First-aid measures.– In all cases of poisoning, first-aid treatment shall always be given before the physician is called. The Indian Standards Guide for handling cases of pesticide poisoning-Part I, First Aid Measures [I.Section 4015 (Part I)-1967 and Part II symptoms, diagnosis and treatment [I.S.4015 (Part II) -1967 shall be consulted for such first-aid treatment in addition to any other book on the subject. The workers also should be educated regarding the effects of poisoning and the first-aid treatment to be given.
  2. Protective clothing.– (1)Persons handling insecticides during its manufacture, formulation, transport, distribution or application shall be adequately protected with appropriate clothing.

(2)The protective clothing shall be used wherever necessary, in conjunction with respiratory devices as laid down in rule 40.

(3)The protective clothing shall be made of materials which prevent or resist the penetration of any form of insecticide formulations. The materials shall also be washable so that the toxic elements may be removed after each use.

(4)A complete suit of protective clothing shall consist of the following dresses, namely:-

(a) protective outer garment/overalls/hood/hat;

(b) rubber gloves or such other protective gloves extending half-way upto the forearm, made of materials impermeable to liquids;

(c) dust-proof goggles;

(d) boots.

  1. Respiratory devices.– For preventing inhalation of toxic dusts, vapours or gases, the workers shall use any of the following types of respirators or gas masks suitable for the purpose, namely: –

(a) Chemical-Cartridge respirator;

(b) Supplied-Air respirator;

(c) Demand flow type respirator;

(d) Full-face or half-face gas masks with canister.

In no case shall the concentrates of insecticides in the air where the insecticides are mixed exceed the maximum permissible values.

  1. Manufacturers, etc., to keep sufficient quantities of antidotes and first-aid medicines.– The manufacturers and distributors of insecticides and persons who undertake to spray insecticide on a commercial basis (hereafter in these rules referred to as operators) shall keep sufficient stocks of such first-aid tools, equipment, antidotes, injections and medicines as operators shall keep sufficient stocks of such first-aid tools, equipment, antidotes, injections and medicines as may be required to treat poisoning cases arising from inhalation, skin contamination, eye contamination and swallowing.
  2. Training of workers.– The manufacturers and distributors of insecticides and operators shall arrange for suitable training in observing safety precautions and handling safety equipment provided to them.
  3. Aerial spraying operations.– The aerial application of insecticides shall be subject to the following provisions, namely: –

(a) marking of the area shall be responsibility of the operators;

(b) the operators shall use only approved insecticides and their formulations at approved concentration and height;

(c) washing, decontamination and first-aid facilities shall be provided by the operators;

(d) all aerial operations shall be notified to the public not less than twenty four hours in advance through competent authorities;

(e) animals and persons not connected with the operations shall be prevented from entering such areas for a specified period; and

(f) the pilots shall undergo specialised training including clinical effects of the insecticides.

  1. Disposal of used packages, surplus materials and washings of insecticides.– (1) It shall be the duty of the manufacturers, formulators of insecticides and operators to dispose packages or surplus material and washings in a safe manner so as to prevent environmental or water pollution.

(2)The used packages shall not be left outside to prevent their re-use.

(3)The packages shall be broken and hurried away from habitation.

CHAPTER IX

Miscellaneous

[45. Places at which the insecticides may be imported. – No insecticides shall be imported into India except through one of the following places, namely-

(i) Ferozepore Cantonment and Amritsar railway stations in respect of insecticides imported by rail across the frontier with Pakistan,

(ii) Ranaghat, Bongaon and Mahiassan railway stations in respect of insecticides imported by rail across the frontier with Bangladesh,

(iii) Chennai Port, Kandla Port, Cochin Port (Kochi), Kolkata Port, Mormugao Port, Jawaharlal Nehru Port and Mumbai Port (Mumbai), V.O. Chidambaranar Port (Tuticorin), Kamarajar Port Limited (Ennore), Paradip Port, Visakhapatanam Port and New Mangalore Port, in respect of insecticides imported by sea into India,

(iv) Chennai International Airport (Chennai), Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose International Airport (Kolkata), Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport (Mumbai), Indira Gandhi International Airport (Delhi) and Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International Airport (Ahmedabad), in respect of insecticides imported by air into India.]

  1. Travelling and other allowances payable to the members of the Board, etc.– The members of the Board, Registration Committee and any other committee appointed by the Board shall be entitled to such travelling and other allowances for attending meetings of the Board, Registration Committee or other committee, as the case may be, as are for the time being admissible to Grade I officers of the Central Government.

[The First Schedule]

Form I

Application for Registration of Insecticides

[See rule 6]
  1. (a) Name and address of the applicant:

(b) e-mail address:

(c) Permanent Account Number (PAN).:

(d) Category of Application:

  1. The common name of the Insecticides which the applicant proposes to import or manufacture:
  2. Nature of application:

(a) import or manufacture:

(b) registration under section 9(3)/9(3B)/9(4) of the Insecticides Act, 1968:

(c) name of registered insecticide and registrant, if equivalence is claimed:

(d) specify applicable guidelines:

  1. Address of the premises –

(a) of manufacture:

(b) where imported insecticide shall be converted into preparation or repacked:

  1. In the case of import, please state: –

(a) Name and address of the manufacturer:

(b) Name, address and e-mail id of the authority which authorised manufacturing in the country of export:

(c) Name and address of the supplier if he is duly authorised by the manufacturer:

(d) Is the insecticide registered in the country

(i) of manufacture:

(ii) from which supplies are expected to be made:

(e) Registration number, manufacturing licence number, period of validity of certificate of registration and manufacturing licence in the country of manufacture:

  1. In the case of manufacture, please state –

(a) whether the insecticide is proposed to be manufactured or repacked:

(b) whether the insecticide is meant for domestic consumption or for export or for both:

  1. In the case of formulation, the sources of supply of technical grade material and status of registration
  2. Chemical Composition (on per cent basis):

(a) Name of active ingredient(s):

(b) Impurities (in case of technical grade insecticide)

(c) adjuvant (other ingredients, case of formulation):

(d) Total:

  1. (a) Stability in storage:

(provide scientifically generated data as per the protocol approved by the Board)

(b) Shelf life claim:

(provide shelf-life undertaking)

  1. Toxicity of the insecticide to mammals, wild life, aquatic animal:

(provide toxicological data generated at a testing facility as per the guidelines of the Registration Committee)

  1. Bio-effectiveness on plant diseases, insects, weeds and other noxious animals against which it is intended to be used:

(provide data generated at a testing facility as per the guidelines of the Registration Committee)

  1. Specific instructions for storage and use including first-aid and precautionary measures, which are proposed for labelling:
  2. (a) Two copies of proposed specification (including method of analysis) for the quality of the insecticide in Bureau of Indian Standard format and its residues along with one soft copy:

(b) Analytical test report(s) of a sample of insecticide (applied for registration) from a testing facility:

(provide complete details, graphs, calculations, etc)

(c) Characterisation of active ingredient in case of technical grade insecticide (using Ultra Violet, Infra Red, Mass and Nuclear Magnetic Resonance spectra)

  1. Seven copies of the proposed labels and leaflets (including all printed or graphic matter which will accompany the package containing the insecticide) as per the Insecticide Rules, 1971.
  2. Manner of packing:
  3. Particulars of fee deposited:

Signature of the applicant

with seal

Verification

I ____________________s/d/o ______________________do hereby solemnly verify that to the best of my knowledge and belief the information given in the application and the annexure and statements/accompanying it, is correct and complete. I clearly understand that the certificate of registration is liable to be cancelled if any information or data, submitted with the application is found incorrect or false at any stage or any condition of registration granted against this application is violated.

I further declare that I am making this application in my capacity as ___________ and that I am competent to make this application and verify it by virtue of __________ a photo/ attested copy of which is enclosed herewith.

Place:

Date:

Signature

with seal

Note : (1) The application form, including the verification portion and Supplementary Information Form, must be signed in case of an individual, by the individual himself or a person duly authorised by him; in case of Hindu Undivided Family, by the karta; in case of a partnership firm, by the managing partner; in case of a company, by a person duly authorised in the behalf by the Board of Directors; and in any other case, by a person incharge of or responsible for the conduct of the business.

(2) One self-addressed stamped envelope and adequate number of stamped envelopes, depending on the states where manufacturing premises is/are located must be enclosed along with the application.

Form II

Government of India

Ministry of Agriculture and Farmers Welfare

(Department of Agriculture, Co-Operation and Farmers Welfare)

Directorate of Plant Protection, Quarantine and Storage

Central Insecticides Board & Registration Committee

NH-Faridabad-121 001

Certificate Of Provisional Registration Of Insecticides

[See sub-rule (4) of rule 6]
  1. No. _________________

Certified that the insecticide _____________________has been registered provisionally under sub-section (3B) of section 9 of the Insecticides Act, 1968 in the name of the person/undertaking, whose particulars are specified below, for period of two years from the date of issue:

  1. Name and address of the person/ undertaking:
  2. Certificate of registration No.:
  3. Import or manufacture:
  4. Domestic use or export or both:
  5. Name of the insecticide with complete details:

(Common name and trade name of the insecticide, nominal content and type of formulation, details of composition)

  1. Address of the manufacturing premises/place of conversion into preparation or repacking:
  2. Source of import –

Name and address of the foreign manufacturer with:

(a) Registration number:

(b) Manufacturing licence number., date and period of validity, if any:

(c) Name and address of the supplier

  1. Source of Technical (In case of formulation import / Domestic manufacture):
  2. Condition(s) of registration:

Place: Faridabad

Date of issue: The _________, 20

Secretary, Registration Committee

Seal

Form III

Government of India

Ministry of Agriculture and Farmers Welfare

(Department of Agriculture, Co-Operation and Farmers Welfare)

Directorate of Plant Protection, Quarantine and Storage

Central Insecticides Board & Registration Committee

NH-Faridabad-121 001

Certificate Of Registration Of Insecticides

[See sub-rule (4) of rule 6]
  1. No. _________________

Certified that the insecticide _____________________has been registered under section 9 ____ of the Insecticides Act, 1968 in the name of the person/undertaking, whose particulars are specified below:

  1. Name and address of the person/ undertaking:
  2. Certificate of registration No.:
  3. Import or manufacture:
  4. Domestic use or export or both:
  5. Name of the insecticide with complete details:

(Common name of the insecticide, nominal content and type of formulation, details of composition)

  1. Address of the manufacturing premises/place of conversion into preparation or repacking:
  2. Source of import:

Name and address of the foreign manufacturer with:

(a) Registration number:

(b) Manufacturing licence number, date and period of validity, if any:

(c) Name and address of the supplier:

  1. Source of Technical (In case of formulation import / Domestic manufacture):
  2. Condition(s) of registration:

Place: Faridabad

Date of issue: The _________, 20

Secretary, Registration Committee

Seal

Form IV

Form of Appeal

[See rule 7]

To

The Secretary,

Ministry of Agriculture,

(Department of Agriculture and Cooperation),

Krishi Bhawan, New Delhi-110 001.

Appeal No. _______of 20_____ (to be filled by the receiving office)

  1. Name and address of the applicant:
  2. Name of the insecticide to which this appeal pertains:
  3. Date of order appealed against:
  4. Date of hosting of minutes of the meeting of Registration Committee (RC) on official website or communication of the decision of Registration Committee :
  5. In view of 3 above, whether the appeal is within the limitation period:

(If not, enclose justification for filing the appeal after the limitation period)

  1. Relief claimed in the appeal:
[Enclose complete statement of facts (with supporting documents]

and grounds for appeal, duly signed by the appellant)

  1. Address to which notice may be sent to the applicant:

(Also give e-mail id, FAX number and mobile number of the concerned person)

  1. Particulars of the fee deposited:

Signature (Appellant)

Verification

I_____________S/o__________________the appellant, do hereby verify that what is stated above is true to the best of my knowledge and belief:

Date: ______________________

Place:________________________

Signature (Appellant)_________

Note : The appeal must be preferred in duplicate and must be accompanied by a copy of the order appealed against.

The form of appeal, ground of appeal and the form of verification must be signed in case of an individual by the individual himself or a person duly authorised by him; in case of Hindu Undivided Family by the karta, in case of a partnership company, by the managing partner; in case of a company, by a person duly authorised by the Board of Directors and in any other case, by the person incharge or responsible for the conduct of the business.

Form V

Application for the Grant of License to Manufacture Insecticides

[See rule 9]
  1. Name, address and e-mail address of the applicant:
  2. Address of the manufacturing premises:
  3. Particulars of the fee deposited:
  4. (a) Name of the insecticide and its registration number:

(enclose copy of certificate of registration of the insecticide duly certified by the applicant)

(b) Whether the registration is provisional or regular:

(indicate date of validity in case of provisional registration)

(c) Details of full time expert staff engaged in the manufacture and testing of the insecticide in the above unit:

Sl. No. Name and designation Qualification Experience

(d) Whether details of facilities for manufacture of the insecticide, including infrastructure and those mentioned in Chapter VIII of the Insecticides Rules, 1971, have been provided:

(Enclose complete details in a separate sheet duly signed by the applicant)

Signature of the applicant

Verification

I ________________s/d/o___________________do hereby solemnly verify that the information given in the application and the annexures and statements accompanying it is correct and complete to the best of my knowledge and belief and that nothing has been concealed. I clearly understand that this license is liable to be cancelled, if any information, or part thereof, is found to be wrong, fake or false at any stage or any condition of license is violated.

I declare that we have adequate space and facilities to stock insecticides, manufactured by us so as to maintain their quality on shelf and shall not supply to any distributor or dealer or person who does not have adequate space and facilities to stock them so as to maintain their quality on shelf under every circumstances.

I further declare that I am making this application in my capacity as ___________ and that I am competent to make this application and verify it by virtue of ______________ a photo/ attested copy of which is enclosed herewith.

Place:

Date:

Signature with seal

Form VI

(Letterhead of the Licensing Officer)

Licence To Manufacture Insecticides

[See sub-rule (3) of rule 9]
  1. License Number _________________ License to manufacture the following insecticide(s) on the premises situated at ____________________________________ (Complete address along with PIN Code) is granted to M/s _________________________________ as specified hereunder:-
Sl. No. Particulars of the insecticide Registration Number Date of grant of licence Validity of licence
  1. The insecticide(s) shall be manufactured under the direction and supervision of the following expert staff:

Name of insecticides and name(s) and designation of the expert staff :

  1. The licence is subject to such conditions as may be specified in the rules for the time being in force under the Insecticide Act, 1968 as well as the conditions stated below.

Signature of the Licensing Officer

Seal

Conditions

  1. This licence shall be kept in the premises for which the licence is being issued and shall be produced for inspection as and when required by an Insecticide Inspector, licensing officer or any other officer authorised by the Government in this regard.
  2. Any change in the name of the expert staff, named in the licence, shall forthwith be reported to the licensing officer.
  3. The licensee shall scrupulously comply with each and every condition of registration of the insecticide, failing which the licence of the insecticide is liable to be cancelled.
  4. The licensee shall comply with the provisions of the Insecticides Act, 1968, and the rules made thereunder for the time being in force.
  5. The licence also authorises the storage and stocking of insecticide(s) manufactured at the licensed premises, in the factory premises for sale by way of wholesale dealing by the licensee.
[* * *]
  1. Any other condition(s) may be specified by the licensing officer.

Signature of the licensing officer

Seal

Form-VII

Application for the Grant/Renewal of Licence to Sell, Stock or Exhibit for Sale or Distribute Insecticides,

Application for Grant/ Renewal of Licence to Stock and use of Insecticides for Commercial Pest Control Operations

[See sub-rules (1) and (3A) of rule 10] Photo of applicant
To
The Licencing Authority,

___________________

___________________

  1. Name, address and e-mail address of the applicant:
  2. Whether the application is for

(a) Grant of licence to sell/stock/exhibit for sale/distribution of insecticides:

(b) Grant/renewal of licence for commercial pest control operations

(c) or both:

  1. Qualification of the applicant/ the technical personnel under employment of the applicant: (minimum qualification shall be a graduate with degree in Agriculture or Science with Chemistry/Zoology/Botany/Biotechnology/Life Sciences.:
  2. Training

(a) Name of the training/course:

(b) Duration of training course:

(c) Certificate awarded, if any:

(Enclose supporting documents)

  1. In case of application for commercial pest control operations,

(a) address of registered, zonal and branch offices:

(b) address of the premises for which the license is applied for:

(c) whether approval of technical expertise obtained:

(d) if yes, state reference number of approval, its date and validity:

(e) name of restricted insecticides for which approved:

(f) name of the responsible technical person:

(g) whether any quantity of restricted insecticide in possession as on date of application:

(h) if yes, particulars and respective quantity of each in possession:

(i) details of safety equipment, antidotes and all other essential facilities:

(Enclose supporting documents)

  1. Name of the insecticide(s) and its/their manufacturer/importer which the applicant intends to deal in and status of the principal(s) certificate:
Sl.No. Particulars in insecticide Name of the manufacturer Registration number Detailed principal certificate number./ date of issue/ validity
  1. Complete address (including name of the lane, PIN Code, etc.) of the premises, where the insecticide(s) shall be

(a) stored/stocked:

(b) sold or exhibited for sale or issued for use in case of commercial pest control operations:

(c) whether any of the above premises is situated in residential area:

(d) whether food articles are also stored in any of the above premises:

  1. Full particulars of licence(s), if issued in the name of the applicant by any other state in the area of their jurisdiction:
  2. In case of renewal, please state licence number and date of grant:
  3. Particulars of the application fee paid by the applicant:

(a) Treasury challan/Demand Draft or Pay Order number, date and amount:

(b) Sub-Treasury, in case of treasury challan:

Any other relevant information:

Signature of the applicant

Declaration

I/ we declare that the information given above is correct and true to my/our knowledge and belief, and nothing therein is false or withheld. I clearly understand that if any information is found to be wrong, false or fake or if any information is found to be withheld or any condition of the licence is violated, the licence issued to me is liable to be cancelled.

I also declare that I shall not take possession of any stock without satisfying myself with the quality thereof.

I undertake that we shall forthwith inform any change in the responsible technical person (in case of applications for commercial pest control operations) to the licensing officer.

I further declare that I shall abide by the conditions laid down in the license and failure to do so shall render the license liable to cancellation.

Place:

Date:

Signature of the applicant

Form VIII

Licence to Sell, Stock or Exhibit for Sale or Distribute Insecticides, Including Stock and use of Insecticides for Commercial Pest Control Operations

[See sub-rules (3A) and (4) of rule 10]

License number _________________

License to sell, stock or exhibit for sale or distribute by retail the following insecticide(s) or carrying out commercial pest control operations on the premises situated at _____________________________ (Complete address along with PIN Code) is granted to M/s_____________________________________ as specified hereunder:-

Sl. No. Particulars of the insecticide Registration number Date of grant of license
  1. The license is subject to the provisions of the Insecticides Act, 1968 and the rules made thereunder for the time being in force as well as the conditions specified below.

Place:

Date:

Signature of the licensing officer

Seal

Conditions

Conditions:

  1. The licence shall be displayed in a conspicuous place in the premises.
  2. No insecticide shall be sold or exhibited for sale or distributed or issued for use in commercial pest control operations except in packages approved by the Registration Committee from time to time.
  3. If the licensee wants to sell, stock or exhibit for sale or distribute or use for commercial pest control operations any additional insecticide during the validity of the licence, he may apply to the licensing officer for issuance of licence for each such insecticide on payment of the prescribed fee.
  4. An application for the renewal of the licence for pest control operation shall be made as laid down in sub-rule (3A) of rule 10 of the Insecticides Rules, 1971.
  5. Any other condition(s) – may be specified by the Licensing Officer.

Signature of the licensing officer

Seal

Form IX

Letterhead of the Manufacturer

Principal Certificate

[See clause (i) of sub-rule (4A) of rule 10]

No.__________________

Date:

We manufacture the following insecticide(s) as per the details given below:

Sl. No. Name of the insecticide (Mention trade name, if any, in parenthesis) Address of the manufacturing premises Licence number Date of issue Valid upto Name and address of the licensing authority
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7)
  1. We hereby authorise M/s ____________________________ to sell, stock or exhibit for sale or distribute following insecticides, manufactured by us, in wholesale or retail in the Taluka/ District/ State as detailed below:
Sl. No. Common name of insecticide (Mention trade name, if any, in parenthesis) Registration number and date of issue Manufacturing License number and date of issue Name of Taluka and District
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5)
  1. The above mentioned dealer shall obtain the above-detailed insecticides

(a) directly from us:

(b) from the following distributor(s):

Sl. No. Name of distributor(s) Complete address of the distributor (s) License number and date for distribution of above insecticides Date of validity of the licence Complete address of the premises, where the distributor(s) is/ are stocking insecticides
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6)
  1. The Dealer to whom this principal certificate has been issued shall procure above-detailed insecticides from the above mentioned distributor. In the event of procuring these insecticides from any other distributor, this certificate shall become null and void.
  2. Before issuing this certificate, we certify that we have inspected and ensured that the above mentioned distributors and dealers have adequate space and facilities to stock above-detailed insecticides so as to maintain their quality on shelf and have obtained an undertaking to the effect that the insecticide(s) shall be stocked accordingly to maintain their quality on shelf under every circumstances.
  3. This certificate has been issued to enable the distributor/dealer obtain licence to sell, stock or exhibit for sale or distribute the above-detailed insecticides, including those for stocking and use for commercial pest control operations, and is valid upto ____________.

(Date of validity)

Date:

Place:

Signature

with company’s seal

To,

Name and address of distributor/dealer.

Copy for information to:

(i) the licensing officer, ______________________________________________.

(ii) M/s (the distributor and his address), if the insecticides are to be supplied through distributors)

Signature with company’s seal

Form X

Self Certification by the Manufacturers/Dealers/retailers regarding stocks of insecticides

[See sub-rule (7) of rule 10]

I, ____________________________, son/daughter of ________________________________ licensed to have a manufacturing/ distribution/ retailing unit at __________________________________________ hereby certify that I have maintained all the registers in the format prescribed in the Insecticides Rules, 1971 under my signatures.

  1. The registers are kept under my secured custody and are open to scrutiny anytime by the Insecticide Inspector, licensing officer or any other officer authorised by the Central or the State Government in this behalf.

Place:

Date:

Signature of the In-charge with seal

Form XI

Register Of Date Expired Pesticides

[See sub-rules (a) and (b) of rule 10A]
Sl. No. Name of insecticide (if formulation, details thereof) Batch number Date of manufacture Date of expiry Name of manufacturer Stocks received from and the quantity received (give unit details) Invoice number and date vide which received Quantity sold

(give unit details)

Quantity balance

(Give unit details)

How was the balance quantity disposed of?
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11)

Signature of the dealer

with date and seal

Verified with the record and found that the above information is correct.

Place:

Date

Signature of the Insecticide Inspector

(seal)

Form XII

Register For Sale/distribution Of Insecticides (Technical And Formulation) (Including Insecticides Used In Commercial Pest Control Operations)

(Record To Be Maintained Insecticide-Wise)

[See rule 15]

Particulars of the insecticide:

Registration number:

Month and year:

Sl. No. Date of receipt of the insecticide Name of the manufacturer from whom received Name of supplier/ distributor, if any, through whom received Batch number Date of manufacture Date of expiry Invoice details, number, date and quantity (metric tonnes) vide which supply received Quantity (metric tonnes) Bill number (name and address to whom sold/distributed) date and quantity of the quantity sold/ distributed Remarks
BF, if any Received Sold/ Distributed Balance

Date:

Signature

Company’s seal

Verified with the record and found that the above information is correct.

Signature with date and seal of the Insecticide Inspector

Form XIII

Stock Register of Technical Grade Insecticide

[See rule 15]
Date Opening balance Quantity imported Quantity manufactured Total quantity (2+3+4) Quantity sold Quantity utilised for formulation Total quantity (6+7) Closing balance
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9)

(Quantity in metric tonnes)

Form XIV

Stock Register Of Formulated Insecticide

[See rule 15]

(Quantity in metric tonnes)

Sl. No. Opening balance of technical grade in pesticide Technical grade insecticide imported/ purchased diverted Total technical grade column (2+3) Total technical grade used for formulations Balance of technical grade insecticides (4+5) Opening balance of formulations Quantity formulated/ imported Total formulate d quantity (7+8) Quantity sold Closing balance
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11)

Form XV

[See rule 15]

Monthly Return/ Statement Of Technical Grade Insecticides Imported/ Manufactured For The Period …………… To ……………

Serial Number Name of the insecticide Batch number Date of expiry Details of total [quantity]imported/ manufactured [Quantity]utilised for formulations [Quantity]sold Name, address and licence number of purchaser
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7)

Verification

I ……………………….. do hereby verify that what is stated above is true to the best of my knowledge and belief based on information derived from the records. I further declare that I am competent to verify this statement in my capacity as ……………………….. (Designation)

Signature ………………………..

Name ………………………..

Seal ………………………..

Form XVI

[See rule 15]

Monthly/ Return/ Statement For Formulated Insecticides For The Period ………………… To ………………….

Serial Number Name of the insecticide formulation Batch number Date of expiry Details of total [quantity]of technical grade insecticide used for formulation Total formulated quantity
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6)

Verification

I ………………… do hereby verify that what is stated above is true to the best of my knowledge and belief based on information derived from the records. I further declare that I am competent to verify this statement in my capacity as ………………… (Designation)

Signature …………………

Name …………………

Seal …………………

Form XVII

Report Of Insecticide Analyst

[See rule 24]

Sl. No.__________

Part-A [Coding Portion]

  1. Name of the Insecticides Inspector from whom the sample has been received:
  2. Serial number and date of Insecticides Inspector’s Memorandum:
  3. Particulars of the sample:

(a) Name of technical grade insecticide(s) purported to be contained in the sample along with nominal content and type of preparation:

(b) Batch number:

(c) Date of manufacture:

(d) Date of expiry:

  1. Number or mark of identification of the sample assigned by the insecticide inspector:
  2. Packaging of the sample:

(a) whether securely packed, fastened: and sealed:

(b) whether the seal was on outer cover alone:

(c) whether the seal was on the sample alone:

(d) whether the seal was on both, outer cover and the sample:

(e) whether the seal was intact and unbroken:

(f) whether the seal on sample and outer cover (as the case may be) tallied with the specimen seal:

(g) describe in general the packaging of the sample in the parcel:

(h) whether the sample was found fit for analysis:

  1. The above detailed sample was given Laboratory Code Number:

Signature of the Coding Officer

with seal

Part-B Analysis Portion

  1. Laboratory Code Number for sample:
Sl. No. Test Requirement Result
(a) Active ingredient(s):
(enclose graphs, if applicable)
(b) Other tests:
(i)
(ii)
(iii)
(iv)
  1. Protocol(s) of the test(s) applied:

(a) For active ingredient(s):

(a) if published, Bureau of Indian Standards Number:

(b) if not, method approved by the Registration Committee:

(b) For other tests:

  1. Tests/analysis of the sample completed on:

Remarks: 1. In view of the results of the test/analysis of the sample with respect to protocols thereof, the sample is declared as __________________________________.

  1. Photocopies of chromatogram’s/spectra (as applicable as per protocols of test applied) for standard and the sample are attached hereto.

Signature of the Insecticide Analyst

Seal

Verification

I certify that I have analysed /caused to be analysed the aforementioned sample and declare the result of analysis to be as above.

Signed this ________________ day of ________________, 20____.

Signature of the Insecticide Analyst

Seal

Form XVIII

Order Requiring a Person not to Dispose of any Stock in his Possession

[See rule 30]

Whereas, I have reason(s) to believe that the stock of following insecticides, which is in your possession, is being stocked, distributed, sold or exhibited for sale and used in contravention of the provisions of section _____________ of Insecticides Act, 1968 and/or ____________of the Insecticides Rules, 1971:-

Sl. No. Name of the insecticide with complete details Manufactured by Batch Number Date of manufacture and date of expiry Stock quantity as on date (indicate units also) Remarks
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7)

I hereby require you under clause (d) of sub-section (1) of section 21 of the Insecticides Act, 1968 to stop the distribution, sales or exhibiting for sale and use of the said stock for a period of ____________ days from this ______________ day of ____________month of the year 20_____.

Insecticide Inspector

Seal

Form XIX

Form Of Receipt For The Seized Insecticides

[See rule 32]

The stock of the insecticide(s) detailed below has this day _______ of the month ______________ of year 20____ been seized by me under the provisions of clause (d) of sub-section (1) of section 21 of the Insecticides Act, 1968, from the premises of M/s________________________________________________________ situated at ________________________________________________________________________:

Sl. No. Name of the insecticide with complete details, like purity, type of formulation, etc. Manufactured by Batch Number Date of manufacture and date of expiry Stock quantity as on date (indicate units also) Remarks

(Mention page/folio number of the stock register)

(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7)

I have appended my signatures with date and seal on the page/folio number _________ of the stock register of insecticides and taken a copy thereof for record.

Date:

Insecticide Inspector

Seal

Form XX

Intimation To Person/licensee From Whom Sample Is Taken

[See rule 33]

To

M/s. ____________________________

________________________________

________________________________.

PIN:

I have this ________day of month __________ year 20____ taken from the premises of _____________________ (License number.________________ dated _____________) situated at ______________ samples of the insecticide(s) specified below for the purposes of test or analysis:

  1. Common name of the insecticide:

(mention complete details, like type of formulation)

  1. Trade name, if any:
  2. Manufactured by:
  3. Registration number:
  4. Marketed by:
  5. Distribution Licence Number:
  6. Batch number:
  7. Date of manufacture:
  8. Date of expiry:
  9. Stock before sampling:

(Mention units)

  1. Quantity of the sample taken:

(Mention units)

  1. Stock after sampling:

(Mention units)

  1. Folio/page number of stock register:
  2. Any other relevant information:

Date:

Insecticide Inspector

Seal

  1. Signature of witness: ___________________________

(Date, name and address)

  1. Signature of witness: ___________________________

(Date, name and address)

Received one sealed portion of sample along with a copy of this Form.

Signature of the person from whom the sample is taken

With date and seal

Form XXI

Memorandum To Insecticide Analyst

[See rule 34]

From

____________________________

(Name, complete address and e-mail id of the Insecticide Inspector)

To

The Insecticide Analyst,

______________________________,

______________________________.

PIN:

The portion of sample/container described below is sent herewith for test or analysis under rule 34 of the Insecticides Rules, 1971:

(a) Common name of the insecticide:

(Mention complete details like nominal content, type of formulation, etc.)

(b) Batch number:

(c) Date of manufacture:

(d) Date of expiry:

(e) State of packing of the sample:

  1. The portion of sample/container has been assigned the number or marked by me with the following mark:

(Give number or the mark here)

  1. A copy of this Memorandum along with a copy of Form XX, has been separately dispatched to you by registered post.

Place:

Date:

Insecticide Inspector

Seal

Form XXII

Register Of Persons Engaged In Connection With Insecticides

Record Of Periodical Medical Examination

For The Calendar Year 20_______, Quarter Ending________, 20____

[See rule 37]

Serial number:

  1. General Information

Name:                                                       Age:

Father’s/ Husband’s name:

Complete address:

Sex:                       Identification mark:

Date of appointment:

Occupation:————————— (Please specify the nature of duty of the past and of the present)

Details of use Personnel Protective Equipments:                                            1. Past 2. Present

(a) Protective clothing/overalls:

(b) Helmet/hood/hat:

(c) Dust-proof goggles:

(d) Rubber gloves impermeable to liquids:

(e) Respiratory device(s):

(f) Boots:

  1. Medical Examination:

Past History

Illness Poisoning Allergy Exposure to pesticides (Compound) No. of years/ seasons and days of exposure per year Remarks, if any
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6)

Family History:

Allergy Psychological disorders Hemorrhagic disorders
(1) (2) (3)
Infertility/ Sterility Birth defects Cancer
(4) (5) (6)

Personal History :

Smoking Alcohol Other addiction
(1) (2) (3)
Marital Status Nos. of Children – Health status of children & any birth defect, if any Any other health related complaint
(4) (5) (6)

Observations :

Medical examination Pre-employment examination End of 1st quarter i.e. after 3 months After 2nd quarter after 6 months After 3rd quarter after 9 months End of year Remarks
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
  1. General Examination :

(a) Height

(b) Weight

(c) Pulse rate

(d) Blood pressure

(e) Respiration: rate , rhythm , type

(f) Anaemia/Pallor

(g) Oedema

(h) Jaundice

(i) Skin condition

(j) Temperature

(k) Fatigability

(l) Sweating

(m) Sleep

(n) Urination

  1. Gastro Intestinal

(a) Nausea

(b) Vomiting

(c) Appetite

(d) Taste

(e) Pain in abdomen

(f) Bowel movement

(g) Liver

(h) Spleen

  1. Cardio-respiratory

(a) Nasal discharge

(b) Wheeze

(c) Cough

(d) Expectoration

(e) Tightness of chest

(f) Dyspnoea

(g) Palpitation

(h) Heart

(i) Cyanosis

(j) Tachycardia/Bradycardia

  1. Neuro-muscular

(a) Headache

(b) Dizziness

(c) Irritability

(d) Twitching

(e) Tremors

(f) Convulsions

(g) Paranesthesia

(h) Hallucinations

(i)Unconsciousness

(j) Superficial reflexes

(k) Deep reflexes

(l) Coordination

  1. Eye

(a) Pupil

(b) Lachrymator

(c) Double vision

(d) Blurred vision

  1. Psychological

(a) Temperament

(b) Judgment

(c) Nervousness

  1. Kidney

Kidney Condition

  1. Investigation

(a) Complete Haemogram : (Hb, TRBC, TLC, DLC, Platelet, Reticulacytes count, ESR)

(b) Liver Function Tests: (Serum Bilirubin, SAP, SGOT, SGPT, Cholesterol, Total Protein and serum albumin)

(c) Kidney Function Tests: (Blood urea, Serum creatinine)

(d) Blood Sugar, HbA1C

(e) [Serum cholinesterase]

(f) [Blood residue estimation (In case of Organochlorine once in a year)]

(g) Urine – routine & microscopic

(h) X-ray chest (PA View): Once every year

(i) Ultrasound whole abdomen: Once every year

III. Diagnosis

  1. Advice Given To
  2. The employee
  3. The employer:

Signature of the Doctor

with date and seal

  1. Acknowledgement to be given by
  2. The employee
  3. The employer:
  4. The Licensing Officer:
  5. Action taken by the employer on Doctor’s advice:

VII. Certificate by the Doctor:

Certified that M/s _____________________________________________ have completed the action as per my/doctor’s advice as given above and consequently the patient has shown improvement/recovered from the ailment.

OLD LAW 6

[The Second Schedule]

(See rule 25)

Fees for testing or Analysing the samples of Insecticides

Sl. No. Name of Insecticide Type of formulation Testing as per Bureau of Indian Standards specification and amendments thereof Testing charges (in Rs.)
1 2 3 4 5
(A) INSECTICIDES:
1. Aldrin Technical 1306-1974 500.00
2. Aldrin Dusting powder 1308-1984 500.00
3. Aldrin Emulsifiable cone 1307-1982 500.00
4. Aldicarb Encapsulated Granules 9371-1980 500.00
5. BHC(HCH) Technical and Refined 560-1980 500.00
6. BHC(HCH) Dusting powder 561-1978 500.00
7. BHC(HCH) Wettable powder 569-1978 500.00
8. BHC (Gamma Isomer) Emulsifiable cone 632-1978 500.00
9. Carbaryl Technical 7539-1975 500.00
10. Carbaryl Dusting powder 7122-1984 500.00
11. Carbaryl Wettable powder 7121-1984 500.00
12. Carbaryl Granules 9368-1980 500.00
13. Carbofuran Encapsulated Granules 9360-1980 500.00
14. Chlordane Technical 2863-1961 250.00
15. Chlordane Dusting powder 2864-1973 250.00 1
16. Chlordane Emulsifiable cone 2682-1984 350.00 1
17. DDT Technical 563-1973 350.001
18. DDT Dusting powder 564-1984 250.001
19. DDT Wettable powder 565-1984 250.001
20. DDT Emulsifiable cone 633-1985 350.001
21. Diazinon Technical 1833-1980 250.00
22. Diazinon Wettable powder 2862-1984 250.00
23. Diazinon Emulsifiable cone 2861-1980 350.00
24. Diazinon Granules 9362-1980 350.00
25. Dichorvos Technical 4523-1978 350.00
26. Dichlorvos Emulsifiable cone 5277-1978 500.00
27. Dimethoate Technical 3902-1975 500.00
28. Dimethoate Emulsifiable cone 3903-1984 500.00
29. Endosulfan Technical 4344-1978 250.00
30. Endosulfan Emulsifiable cone 4323-1980 350.00
31. Endosulfan Dusting powder 4322-1967 250.00
32. Endosulfan Wettable powder 4324-1967 250.00
33. Fentirothion Technical 5280-1969 250.00
34. Fentirothion Dusting powder 7126-1973 250.00
35. Fentirothion Emulsifiable cone 5281-1979 250.00
36. Fentirothion Granules 9365-1980 350.00
37. Fenthion Technical 7950-1976 500.00
38. Fenthion Emulsifiable cone 7948-1976 500.00
39. Fenthion Granules 9353-1980 500.00
40. Formothion Emulsifiable cone 8926-1976 350.00
41. Heptachlor Technical 6432-1972 250.00
42. Heptachlor Dusting powder 6429-1981 250.00
43. Heptachlor Emulsifiable cone 6439-1978 350.00
44. Lindane Technical 1592-1986 500.00
45. Lindane Granules 9370-1980 500.00
46. Malathion Technical 1832-1978 500.00
47. Malathion Dusting powder 2568-1978 500.00
48. Malathion Wettable powder 2569-1978 500.00
49. Malathion Emulsifiable cone 2567-1978 500.00
50. Methyl Parathion Technical 2570-1980 500.00
51. Methyl Parathion Dusting powder 8960-1978 250.00
52. Methyl Parathion Emulsifiable cone 2865-1978 500.00
53. Methyl Parathion Technical 9372-1980 250.00
54. Monocrotophos Technical 8025-1983 350.00
55. Monocrotophos Soluble liquid 8074-1983 500.00
56. Nicotine Sulphate Solution 1055-1984 250.00
57. Oxy-demeton-methyl Technical 8258-1976 250.00
58. Oxy-demeton-methyl Emulsifiable cone 8259-1976 350.00
59. Phenthoate Technical 8293-1976 250.00
60. Phenthoate Emulsifiable cone 8291-1976 350.00
61. Phorate Technical 7976-1976 250.00
62. Phorate Encapsulated Granules 9359-1980 500.00
63. Phosalone Technical 8488-1977 500.00
64. Phosalone Emulsifiable cone 8487-1977 500.00
65. Phosphamidon Technical 4598-1968 250.00
66. Phosphamidon Soluble Liquid 6177-1981 250.00
67. Propoxur Technical 8496-1977 250.00
68. Pyrethrum Emulsifiable cone 4808-1982 200.00
69. Pyrethrum Extract 1051-1988 250.00
70. Pyrethrum Larvicidal Oil 6014-1978 250.00
71. Ouinalphos Technical 6072-1983 500.00
72. Ouinalphos Dusting powder 8029-1984 500.00
73. Ouinalphos Emulsifiable cone 8028-1976 500.00
74. Ouinalphos Granules 9366-1980 500.00
75. Thiometon Emulsifiable cone 3905-1966 350.00
76. Thiometon Concentrate 3904-1966 250.00
77. Temephos Technical 8701-1978 500.00
78. Temephos Emulsifiable cone 8498-1977 500.00
79. Trichlorphon Technical 7945-1976 250.00
80. Trichlorphon Dusting powder 7943-1976 250.00
81. Trichlorphon Granules 9364-1976 350.00
(B) ACARICIDES:
82. Dicofol Technical 5278-1969 250.00
83. Dicofol Emulsifiable cone 5279-1969 250.00
(C) FUNGICIDES
84. Carbendazim (MBC) Technical 8445-1987 500.00
85. Carbendazim Wettable powder 8446-1987 500.00
86. Copper Oxychloride Technical 1486-1978 500.00
87. Copper Oxychloride Dusting powder 1506-1577 250.00
88. Copper Oxychloride Wettable powder 1507-1982 250.00 |
89. Cuprous Oxide Technical 1682-1973 250.00
90. Ediphenphos Technical 8954-1978 500.00
91. Ediphenphos Emulsifiable cone 8955-1978 500.00
92. Ethyl Mercury Chloride Technical 2354-1983 250.00
93. Lime Sulphur Solution 1050-1984 350.00
94. Mancozed Technical 8707-1978 250.00
95. Mancozed Wettable powder 8708-1978 350.00
96. Methoxy ethyl mercury Chloride (MEMC) Seed Dressing 2358-1984 250.00
97. Pentachloronitr-obenzene (PCNB) Technical 7985-1976 500.00
98. Pentachloronitr-obenzene (PCMB) Dusting powder 7944-1976 500.00
99. Pentachloronitro-benzene (PCNB) Wettable powder 7948-1976 500.00
100. Phenylmercury acetate Technical 2126-1976 250.00
101. Sulphur Dusting powder 6444-1979 250.00
102. Sulphur Wettable powder 3383-1983 350.00
103. Thiram Technical 3998-1981 250.00
104. Thiram Wettable powder 4766-1982 250.00
105. Zineb Technical 3998-1981 250.00
106. Zineb Wettable powder 3899-1981 350.00
107. Ziram Technical 3900-1975 250.00
108. Ziram Wettable powder 3901-1975 250.00
(D) HERBICIDES
109. Alachlor Emulsificable conc 9354-1980 500.00
110. Alachlor Granules 9361-1980 350.00
111. Butachlor Technical 9355-1980 500.00
112. Butachlor Emulsificable conc 9356-1980 500.00
113. Butachlor Graules 9962-1980 500.00
114. Dalapon Technical 8267-1976 500.00
115. Dalapon Wettable powder 8286-1976 350.00
116. 2,4-D Sodium Salt Technical 4321-1978 350.00
117. Diuron Technical 8702-1978 250.00
118. Diuron Wettable powder 8703-1978 250.00
119. Fluchloralin Technical 8958-1978 500.00
120. Fluchloralin Emulsifiable conc 8959-1978 500.00
121. MCPA Technical 8494-1977 350.00
122. Nitrofen Technical 8956-1978 500.00
123. Nitrofen Emulsifiable conc 8957-1978 500.00
124. Paraquate Dichloride Soluble liquid 8397-1977 500.00
125. Propanil Technical 8071-1976 500.00
126. Propanil Emulsifiable cone 8027-1977 500.00
127. Triallate Technical 9557-1980 500.00
128. Triallate Emulsifiable cone 9858-1980 500.00
(E) PLANT GROWTH REGULATORS
129. Chlormequat Chloride Technical 8961-1978 350.00
(F) FUMIGANTS
130. Aluminium Phosphide Tablet 6438-1980 250.00
131. Ethylene dibromide Technical 1311-1966 250.00
132. Ethylene dichloride Technical Carbon Tetrachloridemixture (3:1 v/v) Technical 634-1965 350.00
133. Methyl Bromide Technical 1312-1980 250.00
134. Warfarin Technical 5558-1970 500.00
135. Warfarin Bait Cone 5540-1970 350.00
136. Warfarin (Sodium salt) Technical 5551-1970 500.00
137. Warfarin (Sodium salt) Soluble liquid 7168-1973 500.00
138. Zinc Phosphide Technical 1251-1984 250.00

(G) The fees for test or analysis in respect of insecticides or their various formulations other than the ones specified in this Schedule shall be as follows unless otherwise specified by the Central Government or by any other officer authorised in this behalf from time to time:

Testing charges
(in Rs.)
1. Technical Grade 350.00
2. Dusting Powder 250.00
3. Wettable Powder 350.00
4. Emulsifiable Cone 500.00
5. Granules 500.00
6. Other formulations 500.00
7. New formulations/tech. 500.00

 

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