How to get the registration under Motor Transport Workers Act from Labour Department in Karnataka?


Name of the Department LABOUR DEPARTMENT
Name of the Service Registration under Motor Transport Workers Act,1961
Whom to approach for this service (Designated Officer)? Asst.Labour Commissioner
Procedure involved to get this service Application receiving through Online and case worker will verify the documents and forwarded to concern officer for approval. Finally Registering authority will approve or reject the application through online
Who are eligible to get this service Proprietor / Partners / Directors
Documents to be enclosed with the request

1 . Authentic identity card of the applicant/pan.aadhar

2 . Certified copy of agreement / contract between principal employer and the contractors

3 . Copy of the registration ESI/PF/ST/registration certificate either under factories act or shop act, GST

4 . Copy of memorandum of association (moa) / roc /list of directors in case of private / public companies

5 . RC book

6 . Insurance copy

Fee/Charges to be paid to get the service Ranging from Rs.100/- to Rs.5000/-
Maximum number of days to wait to get this service delivered 30 Working Days
Whom to approach as a appeal (Competent Officer), if the service is not delivered in time or rejected by officer Deputy Labour Commissioner
Maximum number of days to wait to get the decision of the Competent Officer 30 Working Days
Whom to approach as 2nd appeal (Appellate Authority), if the decision of the Competent officer is not acceptable or not implemented? Additional Labour Commissioner (IR)
Maximum no. of days to wait to get the decision of Appellate Authority 45 Working Days
Website (if online)

labouronline.kar.nic.in


Work Flow

Step

Description

No. of Days

Designation

1

Application receiving through online and case worker will verify the documents and forwarded to concern officer for approval

10.00

Case Worker

2

Finally registering authority will approve/reject the application through online

20.00

Assistant Labour Commissioner