Haryana State Industrial and Infrastructure Development Corporation Ltd.(HSIIDC) has decided to allot 539 industrial plots of various sizes at IMT Faridabad.
Chandigarh, February 3-Haryana State Industrial and Infrastructure Development Corporation Ltd.(HSIIDC) has decided to allot 539 industrial plots of various sizes at IMT Faridabad.
While stating this here today, a spokesman of HSIIDC said that out of the total plots, 36 plots would be allotted under prestigious project category and the remaining 503 plots under general project category. Therefore, the HSIIDC has invited applications from the entrepreneurs for the allotment of these plots.
He said that entrepreneurs planning to set up industrial projects having fixed capital investment of Rs 30 crore and above could apply under prestigious project category. The entrepreneurs should apply on prescribed application form alongwith a copy of the project report and supporting documents. Allotment of plots would be made keeping in view the technical feasibility and economic viability of the project and background of the applicant, his qualification or experience, marketing detail, working results of existing operations or group concerns, resource position, financial details, entrepreneurship and performance during the interview.
He said that under general project category, 50 per cent of the plots would be reserved for the existing working or operational industrial units situated within the municipal limits of Faridabad, operating for a period of five years or more subject to submission of copies of their electricity bills and sale tax returns from the year of claiming the eligibility and other documents as specified in the application form. Such existing units as are operating from non conforming areas would be accorded first priority and would be required to furnish an undertaking to close down their existing operations from the non conforming areas within a period of two or three years of allotment, while the second priority would be accorded to the existing industrial units in operation for a period of five years or more which need developed industrial space for their expansion and requirement.
He said that the application form could be obtained from corporation’s offices or downloaded from the website www.hsiidc.org. Applications complete in all respects with supporting documents accompanied by earnest money and processing fee should reach the office of HSIIDC by March 15,2012.
Chandigarh, February 3-All food business operators in Haryana are required to be registered or licensed in accordance with the procedures laid down under the Food Safety and Standards Act (FSSA) 2006, which has come into operation in the state with effect from August 8,2011.
While stating this here today, a spokesman of the Food and Drugs Administration Department said that any person undertaking food business whether for profit or not, whether public or private, carrying out any of the activities related to any stage of manufacture, processing, packaging, storage, transportation, distribution of food, food services, catering services, sale of food or food ingredients were required to obtain requisite license or get registered under the Act.
Registration under the Act was mandatory for ‘Petty Food Manufacturer ‘ who manufactures or sells any article of food for himself or a petty retailer, hawker, itinerant vendor or temporary stall holder; or distributes food including in any religious or social gathering except a caterer and small scale or cottage or such other industries relating to food business or tiny businessman with an annual turnover not exceeding Rs. 12 lakhs, he added.
He said that the State government had notified Food Safety Officers as ‘Registering Authority’ under Regulation 22.214.171.124 of Food Safety and Standard (Licensing and Registration of Food Business) Regulations 2011 for purpose of registration of Petty Food business operators or manufacturers. ‘Designated officer’ of each district had been notified as ‘Licensing Authority’ for food business operators under Regulations 126.96.36.199 of FSS (Licensing and Registration of Food Business) Regulations 2011.
He said that Rs 100 would be charged as registration fee from food business operators and Rs 5000 would be charged as licence fee from three star and above hotels and the manufacturers or millers having above one metric tonne per day production or 10,001 to 50,000 litres per day of milk or 501 to 2500 metric tonnes of milk solids per annum. Rs 2000 would be charged as licence fee from all food services providers including restaurants or boarding houses, clubs, etc., serving foods, canteens of schools, colleges, offices and institutions, caters, banquet halls with food catering, food vendors like dhaba wallas and from any other food business operator.
He said that application forms for purposes of registration or licensing could be obtained from office of Designated Officer-cum-Civil Surgeon or FSO of the District or downloaded from website www.fssai.gov.in. The persons engaged in the business of food articles should submit their application for licensing or registration (as per the requirement) to the designated officer-cum-civil surgeon or FSO of the district by March 31,2012.
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