DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENT
NOTIFICATION
New Delhi, the 18 November, 1982

G.S.R. 712(E):-In exercise of the powers conferred by section 53 of Air Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act, 1981 (14 of 1981) the Central Government in consultation with the Central Board for the Prevention and Control of Water Pollution hereby makes the following rules, namely .-

CHAPTER 1
PRELIMINARY


1. Short title and commencement.

(1) These rules may be called the Air (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Rules, 1982.

(2) They shall come into force on the date of their publication in the Official Gazette.

2. Definitions.

In these rules unless the context otherwise requires.-

    (a) "Act" means the Air (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act, 1981;

    (b) "Chairman" means the Chairman of the Central Board;

    (c) "form" means a form set out in the Schedules;

    (d) "meeting" means a meeting of the Central Board or a meeting of Committee constituted by the Central Board;

    (e) "member Secretary" means the member secretary of the Central Board;

    (f) "Schedule" means a Schedule appended to these rules;

    (g) "section" means a section of the Act;

    (h) "year" means the financial year commencing on the 1st day of April;

    (i) words and expressions not defined in these rules but defined in the Act shall have the meaning assigned to them in the Act.



CHAPTER 2
PROCEDURE FOR TRANSACTION OF BUSINESS OF THE BOARD AND ITS COMMITTEES

3. Notice of meetings.

(1) Meeting of the Central Board shall be held on such dates as may be fixed by the Chairman.

(2) The Chairman shall, upon a written request of not less than five members of the Central Board or upon a direction of the Central Government, call a special meeting of the Central Board.

(3) Fifteen clear days' notice of an ordinary meeting and three days' notice of a special meeting specifying the time and the place at which such meeting is to be held and an agenda of business to be transacted thereat, shall be given by the member-secretary or Chairman to the members or any other officers of the Board.

(4) Notice of the meeting may be given to the members by delivering the same by messenger or sending it by registered post to his last known place of S residence or business or in such other manner as-the Chairman may, in the circumstances of the case, think fit.

(5) No member shall be entitled to bring forward for the consideration of a meeting any matter of which he has not given ten clear-day's notice to the member Secretary unless the Chairman, in his discretion, permits him to do so.

(6) If the Chairman or presiding officer adjourns a meeting from day to day or any particular day he shall give reason thereof and no fresh notice shall be required for such an adjourned meeting;

4. Presiding Officer.

Every meeting shall be presided over by the Chairman and in his absence, by a presiding officer to be of elected by the members present from amongst themselves.

5. All questions to be decided by majority.

(1) All questions at a meeting shall be decided by-a majority of votes of members present and voting shall be by raising of hands in favour of the proposal.

(2) In case of an equality of votes, the Chairman or presiding officer shall have a second or casting vote.

6. Quorum.

(1) Five members shall form the quorum for any meeting.

(2) If at any time fixed for any meeting or during the course of any meeting a quorum is not present, the Chairman or presiding member shall adjoin the meeting and if a quorum is not present after the expiration of fifteen minutes from such adjournment, the presiding officer shall adjourn the meeting to such time on the following or on such other future date as he may fix.

(3) If the meeting is adjourned to some future date due to lack of quorum, fresh notice will be given to the absentee members as to the date and time on which the next meeting will be held.

(4) No matter which had not been on the agenda of the original meeting shall be discussed at such adjourned meeting.

7. Minutes.

(1) Record of the proceedings of every meeting along with the names of members who attended the meeting shall be kept by the member-secretary in a book maintained by him exclusively for the purpose.

(2) The minutes of the previous meeting shall be read at the beginning of every succeeding meeting and shall be confirmed and signed by the Chairman or presiding officer at such meeting,

(3) The proceedings shall be open to inspection by any member at the once of the Central Board during office hours.

8. Maintaining order at meetings.

The Chairman or presiding officer shall preserve order at a meeting.

9. Business to be transacted at a meeting.

(1) No business shall be transacted in the meeting without quorum.

(2) Except with the permission of the chairman or presiding officer, no business which is not entered in the agenda or of which notice has not been given by a member under sub-rule (5) of the rule 3, shall be transacted at any meeting.

10. Order of business.

(1) At any meeting business shall be transacted in the order in which it is entered in the agenda circulated to the members under sub-rule (3) of rule 3.

(2) Either at the beginning of the meeting or after the conclusion of the debate on a motion during the meting, the Chairman or presiding officer or a member may suggest a change in the order of business as entered in the agenda and if the majority of the members present agree, the Chairman or presiding officer shall agree to such a change.

11. Procedure for transaction of business of committees constituted by the Board under sub-section (1) of Section 11.

(1) The time and place of the meting of a committee constituted by the Central Board under sub-section (I) of section 11 shall be as specified by the Chairman of the committee.

(2) Provision of Chapter-2 of these rules shall as far as practicable, apply to the meeting of the committee constituted under section 11.

CHAPTER 3

12. A member of a committee other than a member of the Board shall be paid an allowance of rupees fifty if he is a resident of Delhi and rupees seventy-five (inclusive of daily allowance3 and also travelling allowance at such rate as is admissible to a grade I officer of the Central Government in the case of non resident, for each day of the actual meeting of the committee which he attends.

Provided that in case of a member of Parliament who is also a member of the Central Board, the said daily and travelling allowances will be admissible when the Parliament is not in session and on production of a certificate by the member that he has not drawn any such allowance for the same journey and halts from any other Government source.

CHAPTER 4
TEMPORARY ASSOCIATION OF PERSONS WITH THE CENTRAL BOARD

13. Manner and purpose of Association of persons with the Central Board under sub-section (1) of section 12.

The Central Board may invite any person whose assistance or advise is considered useful in performing any of its functions, to participate in the deliberations of any of its meetings or the meetings of a committee formed by it

14. Fees and allowances to be paid to such temporary association of persons under sub-section (3) of section 12.

(1) If the person associated with the Board under rule 13 happens to be a non-official resident in Delhi, he shall be entitled to get an allowance of rupees fifty per day for each day of actual meeting of the Central Board in which he is so associated.

(2) If such person is non-resident of Delhi, he shall be entitled to get an allowance of rupees seventy five per day (inclusive of daily allowance) for each day of actual meeting of the Central Board when he is so associated and also to travelling allowance at such rates as is admissible to a grade I officer of the Central Government.

(3) Notwithstanding anything in sub-rules (I) and (2) if such person is a

Government servant or an employee in a Government undertaking, he shall be entitled to travelling and daily allowances only at the rates admissible under the relevant rules applicable to him:

Provided that in case of a member of Parliament who is also a member of the Central Board, the said daily and travelling allowances will be admissible when the Parliament is not in session and on production of a certificate by the member that he has not drawn any such allowance for the same journey and halts from any other Government source.

CHAPTER 5
BUDGET OFTHE CENTRAL BOARD

15. Form of budget estimates under section 34.

(1) The form in which and time within which the budget may be prepared and provided and forwarded to the government shall be as provided in forms I, II, III and IV of Schedule 1.

(2) The estimated receipts and expenditure shall be accompanied by the revised budget estimates for the current year.

(3) The budget shall, as far as may be, based on the account heads specified in Schedule 11.

CHAPTER 6
ANNUAL REPORT OFTHE CENTRAL BOARD

16. Form of Annual Report under section 35.

The annual report in respect of the year last ended giving a true and full account of the activities of the Central Board during the previous financial year shall contain the particulars specified in Schedule 111 and shall be submitted to the Central Government by 15th of May each year.

CHAPTER 7
ACCOUNT OF THE CENTRALBOARD

17. Form of annual statement of accounts of the Central Board under section 36.

The annual statement of accounts of the Central Board shall be in forms V to IX.

[Q. 16013/2/81-FPC]
N.D. JAYAL, Joint Secretary
Department of Environment




SCHEDULE I


FORM I
CENTRAL POLLUTION CONTROL BOARD

Detailed Budget Estimates for the Year 19
(See rule 15)
ADMINISTRATION
(Expenditure)

Heads of Accounts

Actuals of the past three years

Sanctioned estimate for the current year 19.....

Actuals of last six months i.e., 19.... 19.

Actuals of six months current year 19..

Revised estimate for the current year 19.....

Budget Estimate for the next year 19.

Variations between columns 5&8

Variations between columns 8&9

Explanation for columns 10&11

19

19

19

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12



FORM II
CENTRAL POLLUTION CONTROL BOARD
ESTABLISHMENT

Statement details of provision for pay of officers/Establishment for the year 19...-19.
(See rule 15)

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

Name and designation

Reference to page of estimate form

Sanctioned pay of the Post

Amount of provisions for the year at the rate in column

Increment falling due within the year

Total provision for the year i.e. total columns 4 & 5

Remarks

Minimum/Maximum Actual pay of the person concerned due on 1st April next year

Date of increment

Rate of increment

Amount of increment for the year

(a)

(b)

(c)

3(c)

(a)

(b)

(c)



FORM III
CENTRAL POLLUTION CONTROL BOARD
NOMINAL ROLLS

(See rule 15)

Name and designation

Pay

Dearness allowance

City compensatory allowance

House rent allowance

Over-time allowance

Children educational allowance

Leave travel concession

Other allowances

Total

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

Total



FORM IV
CENTRAL POLLUTION CONTROL BOARD

(Abstract of Nominal Rolls)
(See rule 15)

Actual sanctioned strength as on 1st March, 19

Particulars of posts

Sanctioned budget grant 19... - 19...

Revised Estimates 19... - 19...

Budget estimates 19 - 19

Explanation for the difference between sanctioned budget grant revised estimates and budget estimates.

No. of posts included

Pay and allowances

No. of posts included

Pay and allowances

No. of posts included

Pay and allowances

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

I. Officers

(a) Posts filled

(b) Posts vacant

Total I Officers

II. Establishment

(a) Posts filled

(b) Posts vacant

Total II Establishment

III. Class IX

(a) Posts filled

(b) Posts vacant

Total III-Class IV

GRAND TOTAL - I, II and III



SCHEDULE II

BUDGET AND ACCOUNT HEADS

[See rule 15(3)]
ADMINISTRATION

Heads of Accounts (Expenditure)

1. Salaries.
2. Wages.
3. Travel expenses.
4. Office expenses.

    (a) Furniture.
    (b) Postage.
    (c) Office machines/equipment
    (d) Liveries.
    (e) Hot and cold weather charges.
    (f) Telephones.
    (g) Electricity and water charges
    (h) Stationery.
    (i) Printing.
    (j) Staff car and other vehicles.
    (k) Other items.
5. Fee and honoraria.
6. Payment for professional and special services.
7. Rents, rates and taxes/royalty.
8. Publications.
9. Advertising sales and publicity expenses.
10. Grants in aid/contributions/subsidies.
11. Hospitality expenses sumptuary allowances etc.
12. Pensions/gratuities.
13. Write off/losses.
14. Suspenses.
15. Expenses in connection with the setting up and maintenance of the Board laboratory.
16. Other charges (a residuary head, this will al ,o include rewards and prizes).

Heads of Account (Receipts).
1. Payments by Central Government.
2. Fees.
3. Fines and other receipts.


1[SCHEDULE III]
(See Rule 16)

CENTRAL POLLUTION CONTROL BOARD

ANNUAL REPORT FOR THE FINANCIAL YEAR
APRIL 1, 19... TO MARCH 31, 19...

CHAPTER-l : Introduction
CHAPTER-2 : Constitution of the Board including changes therein.
CHAPTER-3 : Meeting of the Board with major decisions taken therein.
CHAPTER-4 : Committees constituted by the Board and their activities.
CHAPTER-5 : Monitoring Network for air, water and soil quality.
CHAPTER-6 : Present state of environment environmental problems and counter measures.
CHAPTER-7 : Environmental Research.
CHAPTER-8 : Environmental Training.
CHAPTER-9 : Environmental Awareness and Public Participation.
CHAPTER-10 : Environmental Standards including time schedule for their enforcement
CHAPTER-11.1 : Prosecutions launched and convictions secured for environmental pollution control.
CHAPTER-11.2 : Directions given for closure of polluting industrial units.
CHAPTER-12 : Finance and accounts of the Board.
CHAPTER-13 : Annual Plan of the following year.
CHAPTER-14 : Any other important matter dealt with by the Central Board.

ANNEXURES

1. Members of the Board.
2. Organisation Chart.
3. Staff Strength including recruitment.
4. Publications.
5. Training Courses/Seminars/Workshops organised or attended.
6. Consents to establish industries, operations & processes-issued/refused.
7. Consents to operate industries operations & process-issued/refused.

[F.No. Z-20013/4/91-CPW]
MUKUL SANWAL, Jt. Secy.




FORM V
CENTRAL POLLUTION CONTROL BOARD
Receipts and payments for the year ended
(See rule 17)

Previous year

Receipts

Previous year

Payments

1

2

3

4

Opening Balance ________________

I. Grants received ________________

(a) from Government _____________

(b) from other agencies ___________

II. Fees ________________________

1. Capital Expenditure

(i) Works

(ii) Fixed Assets

(iii) Other Assets

(a) Laboratory Equipment

(b) Vehicles

(c) Furnitures and Fixtures

(d) Scientific Instruments and office appliances

(e) Tools and Plant

III. Fines and Forfeitures.

IV. Interest of investments.

V. Miscellaneous Receipts.

VI. Miscellaneous Advances.

VII. Deposits

2. Revenue Expenditure

(A) Administrative

(i) Pay of Officers

(ii) Pay of Establishment

(iii) Allowances and Honoraria

(iv) Leave Salary and Pension Contributions

(v) Contingent Expenditure

Deduct Recoveries

TOTAL _________

(B) (i) Board Laboratory.

(ii) Charges to be paid to the

Central Water Laboratory.

(C) Running and Maintenance of vehicles

(D) Maintenance and Repairs

(i) Building and land Drainage including rents, if any

(ii) Works

(iii) Furniture and Fixtures

(iv ) Scientific Instruments and Office Appliances

(v) Tools and Plants

(vi) Temporary works (including maintenance and repairs)

(E) Fees to Consultants and Specialists

(F) Law charges

(G) Miscellaneous

(H) Fees for Audit

3. Purchases _______________________

4. Miscellaneous __________________

5. Advances ____________________

6. Deposits _____________________

Closing Balance ___________________

Total ___________________________

Accounts Officer

Member Secretary

Chairman



FORM VI
CENTRAL POLLUTION CONTROL BOARD
ANNUAL STATEMENT OF ACCOUNTS
Income and Expenditure Account for the year ended 31st March, 19__
(See rule 17)

Expenditure

Income

Previous year

Details

Total of sub-head

Total of major head

Previous year

Details

Total of sub-head

Total of major head

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

To

REVENUE EXPENDITURE

(A) Administrative:

(i) Pay of Officers

(ii) Pay of establishment

(iii) Allowances & Honoraria

(iv) Leave salary and Pension Contributions

(v) Board's Contributions to the staff Provident Fund

(vi) Contigent expenditure Deduct Recoveries

(B) Running Expenses of Laboratories:

(i) Main Laboratory

(ii) Payments to be made to Central Water Laboratory

(C) Running Water and Maintenance of Vehicles

(D) Maintenance and Repairs:

(i) Building and Land Drainage

(ii) Works

(iii) Furnitures & Fixtures

(iv) Scientific instruments and office appliances.

(v) Tools and Plants

By

(I) GRANTS RECEIVED

(a) From Government

(b) From other agencies.

Total :

Less:

Amount utilised for capital expenditure net grant available for Revenue expenditure

(II) Fees:-

(III) Service Rental Charges.

(IV) Fines and Forfeitures.

(V) Interest on investments.

(VI) Miscellaneous Receipts.

(VII) Excess of expenditure over incoem.

Total :



FORM VII
CENTRAL POLLUTION CONTROL BOARD
ANNUAL STATEMENT OF ACCOUNTS
Balance Sheet as at 31st March, 19.
(See rule 17)

Capital and Liabilities

Property and Assets

Previous year

Details

Total of sub-head

Total of major head

Previous year

Details

Total of sub-head

Total of major head

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

A. Capital Fund

(i) Grants received from Govt. for

Capital expenditure.

(a) Amount utilised upto 31st March 19__

(b) Unutilised balance on 31st March 19__

(ii) Grant from other agencies for

Capital expenditure

(a) Amount utilised upto 31st March 19__

(b) Unutilised balance on 31st March 19__

(iii) Value of land provided by Govt.

(per contra)

B. Capital Receipts-

C. (i) Deposits received for works from

Outside bodies-

(ii) Deposits-

Less Expenditure-

(iii) Other deposits-

D. Amounts due-

(i) Purchases

(ii) Others _

E. Excess of income over expenditure-

(i) upto 31st March 19.. .

(ii) Add for the year

1. Works-

(As per Form VIII)

2. Fixed Assets

(As per Form IX)

(a) Value of land provided by Govt.

(at cost).

(b) Buildings-

Balance as per last

Balance sheet

Additions during the year

Total

Less :

Depreciation during the year

Total:

3. Other Assets

(As per Form IX)

(a) Laboratory equipment as per last balance sheet-additions during the year

Total:

Less:

Depreciation during the year

Total:

(b) Vehicles as per last balance sheet.

Additions during the year.

Total :

(iii) Deduct-Excess of Expenditure over income

Less :

Depreciation during the year

Total:

(c) Furniture and Fixtures.

As per last Balance Sheet.

Additions during the year.

Total:

(d) Scientific Instruments and Office.

Appliances-

As per last Balance Sheet.

Additions during the year

Total:

(e) Tools and Plants

As per last Balance Sheet

Additions during the year

Total:

Less:

Depreciation during the year.

Total:

(i) Amounts due from outside bodies

for expenditure incurred-

Expenditure

Less amount received

(ii) Other Sundry Debtors

5. Advances

(a) Miscellaneous Advances.

(b) Cash at Bank

(c) Cash in hand

(d) Cash in transit

4. Sundry Debtors-

Total-:

Total

Accounts Officer

Member-Secretary

Chairman



FORM VIII
CENTRAL POLLUTION CONTROL BOARI)
ANNUAL STATEMENT OF ACCOUNT
Expenditure on works as on 3Ist March, 19
(Item l-Asset of the Balance Sheet)
(See Rule 17)

Sl. No.

Name of work

Upto 3lst March 19

During the year 19

Upto 31st March 19

Direct Expenditure

Overhead Charges

Total Expenditure

Direct Expenditure

Overhead Charges

Total Expenditure

Direct Expenditure

Overhead Charges

Total Expenditure

TOTAL

Accounts Officer

Member-Secretary

Chairman



FORM IX
CENTRAL POLLUTION CONTROL BOARD
ANNUAL STATEMENT OF ACCOUNTS
Fixed Assets as on 31st March, 19	(Item 2 Assets to the Balance Sheet).
Other Assets as on 31st March, 19	(Item 3 Assets to the Balance Sheet).
(See Rule 17)

Sl. No.

Particulars of Assets.

Balance as on 31stMarch 19

Additions during the years

Total

Depreciation during the year

Sales of write off during the year

Balance as on 31st March 19

Cumulative Depreciation as on 31st March 19

Accounts Officer

Member-Secretary

Chairman