किटकनाशके अधिनियम -१९७१

 

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) "expiry date" means the date that is mentioned on the container, label or wrapper against the column 'date of expiry';
  • (c) "form" means a form set out in the First Schedule
  • (d) "Laboratory" means the Central Insecticides Laboratory
  • (e) "Schedule" means a schedule annexed to these rules
  • (f) "Pests" means any insects, rodents, fungi, weeds and other forms of plant or animal life not useful to human beings;
  • (g) "Primary package" means the immediate package containing the insecticides;
  • (h) "Principal" means the importer or manufacturer of insecticides, as the case may be;
  • (i) "Registration" includes provisional registration
  • (j) "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;
  • (k) "Schedule" means a Schedule annexed to these rules;
  • (l) "Secondary package" means a package which is neither a primary package nor a transportation package;
  • (m) "Section" means a section of the Act;
  • (n) "Testing facility" means an operational until 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 an residues or on stability in shortage of the insecticides for which an application for registration is made;
  • (o) "Transportation package" means the outer most packages used for transportation of insecticides"

Chapter II: Functions of the Board, Registration Committee & 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 the 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 an 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 colorization, 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 analyze such samples of insecticides sent to it under the Act by any officer or authority authorized by the Central or State Governments and submission of certificates of analysis to the concerned authority;
  • b. To analyze samples of materials for insecticides 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

6. 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 authorized by him; in case of Hindu Undivided Family, by the Karta or any person duly authorized by him; in case of partnership firm by the managing partner; in case of a company, by any person duly authorized in that behalf by the Board of Directors; and in any other case by the person in charge of 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 inspection of the ";testing facility" for establishing the authenticity of the data.

       

  • 2. An application form duly filled together with a treasury challan evidencing the payment of registration fees for rupees one hundred shall be sent to the Registration Committee, Insecticides Act, Department of Agriculture, Government of India, New Delhi.
  • 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.
  • 4. The certificate of registration shall be in Form II or Form II-A, as the case may be and shall be subject to such conditions as specified therein.

6-A. Issue of duplicate certificate of registration: A fee of rupees five shall be paid for a duplicate copy of a certificate of registration if the original is defaced, damaged or lost.

7. Appeal:

  • An appeal against any decision of the Registration Committee under Sec.9 shall be preferred in writing (in Form II-B in duplicate) to the Central Government in the Department of Agriculture.
  • The appeal shall be in writing and shall set out concisely and under distinct heads the grounds on which the appeal is preferred.
  • Every appeal shall be accompanied by a treasury challan evidencing the payment of a fee of rupees ten and a copy of the decision appealed against.
  • [The fees payable for preferring an appeal 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].

8. 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

9. Licenses to manufacture insecticides:

  • 1. Application for the grant of renewal of a license to manufacture any insecticide shall be made in Form III or Form IV, as the case may be to the licensing officer and shall be accompanied by a fee of rupees fifty for every insecticide for which the license is applied, subject to a maximum of rupees five hundred.
  • 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 V and shall be subject to the following conditions namely;
    • i. The license and any certificate of renewal 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 authorized 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 of 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.
    • iv. An application for the renewal of a license shall be made as laid down in Rule 11.
    • v. The licensee shall comply with the provisions of the Act and the rules made there under 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. ]

  • 5. A fee of rupees five shall be paid for a duplicate copy of a license issued under this rule, if the original is defaced, damaged or lost.

10. License for sale, etc. of insecticides:

  • (1) Applications for the grant or renewal of a license to sell, stock or exhibit for sale or distribute insecticides shall be made in Form VI or Form VII, as the case may be, to the licensing officer and shall be accompanied by the fees specified in sub-rule (2).
  • (2) The fee payable under sub-rule (1) for the grant or renewal of the license shall be rupees twenty for every insecticide for which the license is applied, subject to a maximum of rupees three hundred. There shall be a separate fee for each place, if any insecticide is proposed to be 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 in such shall be rupees ten for every place:
  • A 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 sub-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].
  • (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 license shall comply with the provisions of the Act and the rule made there under 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 fees specified in sub-rule(2) ].
  • 4-A

    • (i) Every person shall along with his application for grant or renewal of a license to undertake, operations or shall, stock or exhibit for sale or distribute insecticides, file a certificate from the principal whom he represents or desires to represent.
    • (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 authorized and also the type of formulations to be used in commercial pets 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 authorized in writing to issue the principal' 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 five shall be payable for a duplicate copy of a license issued under this rule if the original is defaced, damaged or lost.

10-A. 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 insecticide, to be exhibited on the conspicuous part of the place.
  • b. All such stocks then shall be disposed off in such a manner as may be specified from time to time by the Central Government in consultation with the Central Insecticide Board.

10-B. Special provision with regard to sulphur:

In regard to insecticides sulphur 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.

10-C. 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 articles consumable by human beings or animals are usually sold provided such household insecticides have been registered as such and are packed and labeled in accordance with these rules. ]

11. Duration of licenses;

  • (a) Any license issued or renewed under this chapter shall, unless sooner suspended or cancelled, be in force for a period of two calendar years.

    Provided that the license to manufacture insecticides, if any, issued on the basis of provisional registration granted under sub-section (3-B) of Sec. 9 of rule 10 or under sub-rule (3) of rule 10-A shall expire or be renewable along with the main license.

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

  • (b) An application for the renewal of a license 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 fifty for the first month or part thereof, rupees one hundred for the second month or part thereof and rupees one hundred and fifty for the third month or part thereof in the case of license to manufacture insecticides or to carry pest control operations:
    • ii. Rupees ten for the first month or part thereof, rupees twenty for the second month or part thereof and rupees thirty for the third month or part thereof, in case of any other license shall be paid along with the application for renewal.

      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 of the license the licensing officer may, after recording reason 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 or where an appeal is preferred under Sec. 15, until the disposal of appeal.
    • (d) A licensing officer may, after giving an opportunity of being heard, refuse to renew the license [for reasons to be recorded in writing].

12. Conditions of license-

Subject to conditions laid down in sub-rule (3) of rule 10 under 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 in respect of which the license is granted.

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.

13. Varying or amending a license -

  • (1) 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.

14. 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 five.
  • (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 there for shall be refunded to the applicant.

15. Issuing cash memo and maintenance of records -

  • (1) All sales of insecticides shall be made by a bill or cash memo in the form prescribed under any law.
  • (2) All sales of insecticides made to a licensed manufacturer (formulator or packer), stockiest, distributor, dealer, retailer or to a bulk consumer shall be entered insecticide-wise, in a register in Form XIII 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 month.
  • (3) Every importer of manufacturer of insecticide shall maintain in a stock register in Form XV for technical grade insecticides and in Form XVI for formulated insecticides.
  • (4) Without prejudice to the foregoing, the Central Government or the State Government or any other person authorized by it 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 information with respect of 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 Labeling

16. Prohibition of sale or distribution unless packed and labeled. -

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

17. Packaging 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 analyzed 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 that any further steps are still required to be taken to make it marketable.

18. 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 beings, 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 that effect.
  • g.Common name of the insecticide as adopted by the International Standards Organization and where such a name has not yet been adopted such other name as may be approved by the Registration Committee.
  • (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 to the State-licensing officer]

19. Manner of labeling

  • 1) The following particulars shall be either printed or written in indelible ink on the label of the innermost container of any insecticide and on the outer most covering in which the container is packed.

    • i. 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 manufacturers, packs or distributed or sells shall be stated).
    • ii. Name of insecticide (brand name or trade mark under which the insecticide is sold).
    • iii. Registration number of the insecticide.
    • iv. Kind and name of active and other ingredients and percentage of each. (Common name accepted by the International Standards Organization or the Indian Standards Institutions of each of the ingredients shall be given and if no common name exists, the correct chemical name which conforms most closely with the generally accepted rule of chemical nomenclature shall be given).
    • v. Net content of volume (The net content 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).
    • vi. Batch number.
    • vii. Expiry date, i.e. up to the date the insecticide shall retain its efficiency and safety.
    • viii. Antidote statement.
  • 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 total area of the face of the label, a square, set at an angle of 45o (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 (3) 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) will contain the word "POISON" printed in red and the statement "KEEP OUT OF THE REACH OF CHILDREN"; shall also appear on the label at appropriate place, outside the triangle.
    • iii. Insecticides in Category III (moderately toxic) shall bear the word "DANGER" and the statement "KEEP OUT OF THE 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 (4) 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.
  • Table
    Classification of the Insecticides Medium Lethal dose by the oral route (acute toxicity) LD 50mg/kg. body weight of test animals Medium lethal dose by the dermal route (derma toxicity) LD 50 mg/kg. body weight of test animals Colour of identification band on the label.
    1 2 3 4
    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 the affixed in the packages containing insecticides which are highly inflammable shall indicate that it is inflammable or that the insecticides should be kept away from the heat or open flame and the like.
  • 7) The label and the 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) Labeling of insecticides must not bear any unwarranted claims for the safety of the producer 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".

20. Prohibition against altering inscriptions, etc. on containers, labels or wrappers of insecticides

No person shall alter, obliterate or deface any inscription or mark 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 Analysis and Insecticide Inspectors

21. Qualifications of Insecticide Analyst

A person shall be eligible for appointment as an insecticide analyst under the Act only if he possesses the following qualifications, namely:

  • a. A graduate in Agriculture or a graduate in Science with Chemistry as special subject and
  • b. Adequate training in analyzing insecticides in a recognized laboratory.

22. Powers of Insecticides Analyst

The Insecticides Analyst shall have the power to call for such information of 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.

23. Duties of Insecticide Analyst

  • (1) The Insecticide Analyst shall analyze or cause to be analyzed 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 report or results of such tests 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.

24. 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 on 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 the specifications and the method 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 Insecticides Analyst shall forthwith supply to the Insecticide Inspector a report in triplicate in Form IX of the result of test or analysis.

25. Fees payable for testing or analysis

  • (1) [The fees payable for testing or analyzing insecticides under sub-section (5) of Sec. 24 of the Act shall be as specified in the Second Schedule. ]
  • (2) [The fee payable for testing or analyzing 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 from the payment of the fee for such period as it may consider reasonable.

26. Qualifications of Insecticide Inspector

A person shall be eligible for appointment as an Insecticide Inspector under the Act only if he posses the following qualifications, namely:

  • a. Graduate in Agriculture, or graduate in Science with Chemistry as one of the subjects.
  • b. Adequate field experience

27. 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 establishment selling insecticides within the area 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 there under;
  • 4. to investigate any complaint in writing which may be made to him;
  • 5. to institute prosecution in respect of breaches of the Act and the rules made there under
  • 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 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.

28. Duties of Inspectors specially authorized to inspect manufacture of insecticides

It shall be the duty of any Inspector authorized 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 rules made there under 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 there under 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.

29. 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.

30. 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 X.

31. 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.

32. Form of Receipt for seized insecticides:

A receipt by an Insecticide Inspector for the stock of any insecticide seized shall be in Form XI.

33. Form of intimation of purposes 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 XII to the person from whom he takes it.

34. Dispatch 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 XII 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 XIII 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

35. Manner of packing, storage while in transit by rail

  • (1) Packages containing insecticides, offered for transport by rail, shall be packed in accordance with the conditions specified in the Rail 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 insecticides 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 measure urgently to prevent poisoning and pollution of soil or water, if any.

36. Conditions to be specified for storage of insecticides

  • (1) The package containing insecticides shall be stored in separate rooms or premises away from the rooms or premises used for storing articles or shall be kept in separate almaries under lock and key 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 and yearly in any 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 XVII. Where the insecticide in question is an organophosphorous compound or a carbamate compound, the blood cholinesterase 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 sprayingpeople workingwith the pest-control operators, the estimation of cholonesterage level(ifworking with organo phosphorous or carbamate compounds) and blood residue (if working with organochlorine 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.

38. First aid measures

In all cases of poisoning first-aid treatment shall always be given before the physician is called. The Indian Standard Guide for handling cases of insecticide poisoning -; Part I First-Aid Measures (IS: 4015 (Part I) -; 1967) and Part II Symptoms, diagnosis and treatment (IS: 4015 (Part II) -; 1967) shall be consulted for such first-aid treatment in addition to any other books on the subject. The workers also should be educated regarding the effects of poisoning and the first aid treatment to be given.

39. 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 insecticides 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 up to the fore-arm, made of materials impermeable to liquids;
    • (c) Dust-proof goggles
    • (d) Boots

40. 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.

41. Manufacturers, etc. to keep sufficient quantities of antidotes and first-aid medicines:

The manufacturers and distributors of insecticides and persons who undertakes to spray insecticide on a commercial basis (hereafter in these rules referred to as operators) shall keep sufficient stocks of such first-aid tools, equipments, antidotes, injections and medicines as may be required to treat poisoning cases arising from inhalation, skin, contamination, eye contamination and swallowing.

42. 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.

43. Aerial spraying operations:

The aerial application of insecticides shall be subject to the following provisions, namely;

  • a. Marking of the area shall be the 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 specific period and
  • f. The pilots shall undergo specialization training including clinical effects of the insecticides.

44. Disposal of used packages, surplus materials & washings of insecticides:

  • (1) It shall be the duty of manufacturers, formulators of insecticides and operators to dispose packages or surplus materials and washing 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 buried 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:

Ferozepure Cantonment and Amritsar Railway stations in respect of insecticides imported by rail across the frontier with West Pakistan

Ranaghat, Bongaon and Mahiassan railway stations in respect of insecticides imported by rail across the frontier with the East Pakistan.

[Madras, Calcutta, Bombay, Cochin and Kandla] in respect of insecticides imported by sea into India.

Madras, Calcutta, Bombay, Delhi and Ahmedabad -; in respect of insecticides imported by air into India.

46. Traveling 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 traveling and other allowances for attending meetings of the Boards, 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
(See Rule 6)

47. Application for registration of Insecticides

  • 1.
    • (a) Name, address and status of the applicant.
    • (b) Category of the industry -; SSI/DGTD/MRTP/FERA/others
  • 2. Address of the premises where the manufacture will be done.
  • 3. The common name and trade name of the Insecticides which the applicant proposes to import or manufacture.
  • 4. Whether the application is for import or for manufacture:
    • i) In the case of import please state:
      • a.Name and address of the manufacturer.
      • b. Name and address f he supplier if he is duly authorized by the manufacturer.
    • c.Is the insecticide registered in the country: -
    • ii)In the case of manufacture please state:-

    Whether this 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 its status of registration.
    • 2. Chemical composition:
      • i. Kind and name of active and other ingredients and percentages of each
      • ii. Stability in storage (as per details specified by the Registration Committee).
      • iii. Self life claim
  • 5. Toxicity of the products to human beings, wild life, aquatic animals, toxicological data to be enclosed (as per details specified by the Registration Committee).
  • 6. The plant diseases, insects and other noxious animals and weeds against which it is intended to be used. (Published / authentic reports on bio efficacy of the insecticide to be enclosed as per details specified by the Registration Committee.
  • 7. Instructions for storage and use including first aid and precautionary measures, which are proposed for labeling.
  • 8.
    • (i) Ten copies of specification for product quality and methods of analysis for Technical/Formulated compound (as applicable) and its residues.
    • (ii) Analytical test report for the product quality (as may be specified by the Registration Committee).
  • 9. Seven copies of the proposed labels and leaflets (including all printed orgraphic matter which will accompany the package containing the insecticide) as per the Insecticides Rules, 1971.
  • 10. Manner of packing.
  • 11. Particulars of fee deposited.

 

Signature of the applicant
With seal

 

VERIFICATION

I_________________________ s/o_____________ does 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 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: The application Form including the verification portion must be signed in case of an individual, by the individual himself or a person duly authorized 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 authorized in that behalf by the Board of Directors, and in any other case by a person in charge of or responsible for the conduct of the business.

FORM II
[(See rule 6 (4)]

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE

(Department of Agriculture)
Certificate of Registration of Insecticides.

Certified that the insecticide has been registered in the name of the person/under taking whose particulars are specified below:

  • Names of the person/undertaking.
  • Address
  • Registration No.
  • Name of the insecticide.

    (Brand name or trade name or chemical name of the insecticide, details thereof its composition.etc.0

  • Conditions, if any.

New Delhi, the; .19.

Signature

Seal of the Department

 

Conditions

FORM II-A
(See rule 6)

Government of India
MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE

[Department of Agriculture and Cooperation)
Certificate of Provisional Registration of Insecticides

Certified that the insecticide_________________________________ has been registered in the name of the person/undertaking whose particulars are specified below provisionally for a period of two years effective from the date of issue: -

  • Names of the person/undertaking.
  • Address
  • Registration No.
  • Name of the insecticide.

    (Brand name or trade name or chemical name of the insecticide, details thereof its composition. etc.

  • Conditions, if any.
    • (i)
    • (ii)
    • (iii)

Faridabad, the ________19________

Signature

 

Seal of the Department

 

FORM II-B
(See rule 7)

Appeal under Sec. 10 of the Insecticides Act, 1968, to the Central Government

To,
The Secretary,
Ministry of Agriculture,
(Department of Agriculture and Co-operation),
New Delhi

Appeal No._____________________ of 19 _____

  • 1. Name and address of the applicant.
  • 2. Address of the manufacturing Unit:
  • 3. Name of the insecticides:
  • 4. Date of order appealed against:
  • 5. Date of communication of the order:
  • 6. Whether the appeal is within limitation period:
  • 7. Particulars of the fee deposited:
  • 8. Relief claimed in appeal:
  • 9. Address to which notice may be sent to the applicant:
    • a. Statement of Facts
    • b. Grounds of Appeal
  • (Please give each ground in a separate paragraph and number it).

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:

Signature (Appellant)

 

Place:

Note:

  • 1. The appeal must be preferred in duplicate and must be accompanied by a copy of the order appealed against.
  • 2. The form of appeal, grounds of appeal and the form of verification must be signed in case of an individual himself or a person duly authorized by him: in case of Hindu undivided family by the Karta, in case of a partnership company, by the Managing partner; in the case of a company by a person duly authorized by the Board of Directors and in any other case, by the person in-charge or responsible for the conduct of the business.

FORM III
(See Rule 9)

Application for the grant of license of manufacture of Insecticides

Name, address and status of the applicant.

Address of the premises where the manufacturing activity will be done:

Name of the insecticides with Name of the Registration No. Date their registration number and Insecticides date for which manufacturing license is applied (enclose copies of certificate of registration duly signed by the applicant).

  • 1.
  • 2.
  • 3.

Whether any registration is Provisional, if so give particulars.

Details of full time expert staff connected with the manufacture and testing of he insecticides in The above unit.

Name Qualification Experience
1.    
2.    
3.    

Whether all the facilities required under Chapter VIII of the Rules have been provided. Give full details in a separate sheet.

Particulars of the fee deposited.

 

Signature of the applicant

VERIFICATION

I _________________________________ s/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 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.

Date:

Place:

Signature with seal

 

FORM IV
[See Rule 9 (1)]

Application for renewal of license to manufacture insecticides

I/We ___________________________ of___________________________ hereby apply for the renewal of the license to manufacture insecticides on the premises situated ________________________________(License No. and date to be given).

The other details regarding the manufacture of the insecticide continue to remain the same.

Particulars of the fee deposited.

The license is enclosed herewith.

Date: _____________

Signature

 

VERIFICATION

I ________________________________ S/o_____________________________; do hereby solemnly verify that what is stated above is true and correct to the best of my knowledge and belief.

I further declare that I am making this application in my capacity as (designation) and that I am competent to make this application and verify it, by virtue of _______________________; A photo / attested copy of which is enclosed.

Date:

Signature with Seal

 

 

Place:

Note:-If there is any change in details of manufacture or conditions of license subject to which the license is required to be renewed, the same may be indicated here.

FORM V
[See rule 9 (3)]

  • a. Number of license and date of issue ---------------
  • b. ----------------.of ---------------- granted a license to manufacture the following insecticides on the premises situated at ---------------------------under the direction and supervision of the following expert staff.

    • a.Expert staff (names) ------------
    • b. Name of insecticides---------------
    • c.The license authorities the sale by way of wholesale dealing by the license and storage for sale by the licensee of insecticides manufactured under the license.
    • (Provided such sales are made from or storage is done in the factory premises)
    • d. The license shall be in force for a period of _______ years from the date of issue.
    • e.The license is subject to the conditions stated below and to such conditions as may be specified in the rules for the time being in force under the Insecticides Act, 1968.

Date: -------------

Signature

Designation
 

Seal of the Licensing Officer

 

Conditions

  • a. This license and any certificate of renewal shall be kept on the approved premises and shall be produced for inspection at the request of an Insecticide Inspector appointed under the Insecticides Act, 1968, or any other officer or authority authorized by the licensing officer.
  • b. Any change in the expert staff named in the license shall forthwith be reported to the licensing officer.
  • c. If the license wants to undertake during the currency of the license to manufacture for sale of additional insecticides, he should apply to the licensing officer for the necessary endorsement in the license on payment of fee of rupees; for every category of insecticides.
  • d. An application for the renewal of a license shall be made as laid down in rule-11.
  • e. The licensee shall comply with the provisions of the Insecticides Act, 1968, and the rules made there under for the time being in force.

FORM VI
[See rule 10 (1)]

Application for the grant of license to sell, or exhibit for sale or distribute insecticides

To,
The Licensing Authority,
State of ______________________,

  • a. Full name and address of the applicant.
  • b. Is the applicant a new comer? (Say "Yes" or "No.")
  • c. If yes, the names of the principals, if any, whom he represents.
  • d. 5) I enclose a certificate from the principles whom I represent or whom I intend to represent and the source/sources from which insecticides will be obtained.
  • e. 7) Situation of the dealer's premises where the insecticide will be (a) stored, and (b) sold.
  • f. 8) The names of insecticides in which the applicant desires to carry on business.
  • g. 9) Full particulars of licenses issued in his name by other State Governments, if any, in their area.
  • h. 10) I have deposited the license fee.
    • Treasury Challan No: ______________________________
    • Sub-Treasure: ____________________________________
1. Declaration:
  • I/We declare that the information given above is true to my/our knowledge and belief and no part thereof is false.
  • I/We carefully have read the terms and conditions of the license and agree to abide by them.

Name and address of the applicant (s) in block letters.

Date: _____________

Place____________________

Signature of the applicant

 

Remarks by the Licensing Authority

FORM VII
[See rule 10 (1)]

Application for renewal of the license to sell stock or exhibit for sale or distribute insecticides

To,

 

The Licensing Authority,

State of __________________

I/We hereby apply for renewal of the license to sell stock or exhibit for sale or distribute insecticides under the name and style of ____________________.The license desired to be renewed was granted by the licensing authority for the State of __________________; and allotted License No______________ on the day of _____________19____.

  • 14. The situation of the applicant's premises where the insecticides are/will be -
    • a. Stored and (b) Sold

      • i. I/We hereby declare that the situation of my/our premises where the insecticides are stored, and (b) sold as stated below.

        (a) (b)
        Premises where Insecticides are stored Premises where Insecticides are sold
      • ii. The insecticides in which I/we am/are carrying on business and the name of the principals whom I/we represent are as stated below:

        Full name and address of the applicant in block letters.

Date:______________

Place: _____________

Signature of the applicant(s)

 

FORM VIII
[See rule 10 (4)]

License to sell stock or exhibit for sale or distribution of insecticides.

  • 1) __________________________, is hereby licensed to sell, stock or exhibit for sale or distribute by retail insecticides on the premises situated at ______________________ subject to the conditions specified below and to the provisions of the Insecticides Act, 1968, and the rules there under:
  • 2) License shall be in force from _________________to_____________________

Date: _____________

License No

Licensing Authority seal

 

CONDITIONS

  • 1) The license shall be displayed in a prominent place in a part of the premises open to the public.
  • 2) The licensee shall comply with the provisions of the Insecticides Act, 1968, and the rules there under for the time being in force.
  • 3) B. If 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 issuance of separate licenses for each insecticide on payment of the prescribed fee.

Renewal

[An application for the renewal of a license shall be made as laid down in rule 11].

FORM IX
[See rule 24 (3)]

Report of Insecticide Analyst

  • 1) Name of the Insecticide Inspector from whom received __________________
  • 2) Serial No. and date of Insecticide Inspector's Memorandum_______________
  • 3) Number of sample_____________________
  • 4) Date of receipt _______________________
  • 5) Name of the insecticide purporting to be contained in the sample___________
  • 6) Condition of the seal on the package_____________
  • 7) Result of test or an analysis with protocols of test applied_________________

Date_________ Insecticide Analyst.

FORM X
[See rule 30]

Order under Sec. 21(1) (d) of the Insecticides Act, 1968, requiring a person not to dispose of any stock in his possession.

Where I have reason to believe that the stock of _________.in your possession, detailed below, is being distributed, sold or used in contravention of the provisions of section ________of the Insecticides Act, 1968 or ______of the Insecticides Rules 1971.

I hereby require you under Sec. 21 (1) (d) of the said Act, to stop the distribution, sale or use of the said stock for a period of _______days from this date.

Date:

Details of stock of insecticides formulations.

  • 1.
  • 2.
  • 3.

Date________ Insecticide Inspector

 

Seal

FORM XI
[See rule 32]

Form of receipt for the seized insecticides

Receipt for stock of insecticide seized under Sec. 21 (1) (d) of the Insecticides Act, 1968

The stock of the insecticides detailed below has this day been seized by me under the provisions of Sec. 21 (1) (d) of the Insecticides Act, 1968, from the premises. _________ situated at ______________.

Details of the insecticide seized are:

  • a)
  • b)
  • c)
  • d)

Date____ Insecticide Inspector

 

Official stamp

FORM XII
[See rule 33]

Intimation to person/licensee from whom sample is taken.

To,

________________

________________

I have this day taken from the premises of ___________situated at____________ samples of the insecticide specified below for the purpose of test or analysis.

Date________. Insecticide Inspector.

Details of sample taken.

Date________. Insecticide Inspector

FORM XIII
(See rule 15)

Register of sales made to the bulk consumers, insecticides- wise.

Sr. No. Date Name of the insecticide with its strength and brand name Name of the manufac- turer Batch No. Date of expiry Name of the purcha-ser with full address License No. of purcha-ser Quantity sold, Size No. of the packs and quantity of packs sold Remarks
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
                   

FORM XIV
(See rule 15)

Monthly return of sales of insecticides made to the bulk consumers of the State of ____ for the period from ______ to _______

Sr. No. Name of the insecticide with its Brand name strength and the type of formation Manufactured by Batch N0. Date of expiry Name of the purchaser with full address License No. of purchaser Size of pack no. of packets sold Quantity
                   

Signature

 

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. Further declare that I am competent to and verify this statement in my capacity as ____.

(Designation)

Signature________

Name__________

Seal____________

In the case of bulk consumer give number and the date of the order.

FORM XV
(See rule 15)

Stock Register of Technical Grade Insecticide______

Date Opening balance Quanti-ty import-ed Quantity manufa-ctured Total quantity (2+3+4) Quantity Sold Quantity utilized for formulation Total Quanti-ty (6 + 7) Closing balan-ce
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

Date1

(Quantity in metric ton)

 

FORM XVI
(See rule 15)

Stock Register for Formulated Insecticide_____

Sr. No. Opening balance of technical grade insecti-cide Technical grade Insecti-cide Imported/ Purcha-sed � diverted Total Techni-cal grade Col. (2+3) Total Techni-cal grade used for formul-ations Balance of techni-cal grade insecti-cides (4 +5) Opening balance of formul-ated /imported Quantity Formul-ated/ imported Total formul-ated qty. (7+8) Qty. sold Closing balance
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

No.1

"Triplicate"

FORM XVII
(See rule 24)

Report of Insecticides Analyst

S. No.___

  • 1) Name of the Insecticides Inspector, from whom samples have been received.
  • 2) Serial No. and date of Insecticides Inspector's Memorandum.
  • 3) Number of the sample.
  • 4) Date of receipt.
  • 5) Name of the Insecticides purporting to be contained in the sample.
  • 6) Conditions o the seals on the package: state whether: -
    • a. The sample was properly sealed and fastened.
    • b. The seal was intact and unbroken.
    • c. The seal fixed on the container and the outer cover of the sample tallied with the specimen impression of the seal separately sent by the insecticides Inspector; and
    • d. The sample was in a condition fit for analysis.
  • 7) Date of the test or analysis
  • 8) Result of test or analysis with protocols of test applied.

VERIFICATION

I certify that I have analyzed/caused to be analyzed the afore mentioned sample, and declare the result of analysis to be as above.

Signed this ______ day of _____..19____..

 

[Signature with Seal]

Insecticide Analyst.

FORM XVIII
(See rule 30)

Order under Sec. 21 (1) (d) of the Insecticides Act, 1968, requiring a person not to dispose of any stock in his possession.

Whereas I have reason to believe that the stock of ______in your possession detailed below, is being distributed, sold or used in contravention of the provisions of section __ of Insecticides Act, 1968, or ____of the Insecticides Rules, 1971.

I hereby require you under Sec. 21 (1) (d) of the said Act to stop the distribution, sales or use of the said stock for a period of ____.days from this date___.

Details of stock of Insecticides/Formulation,

Date:

  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
  • 6

Date: Insecticides Inspector

Seal

FORM XIX
(See rule 32)

Form of receipt of the seized Insecticides

Receipt for stock of insecticides seized under Sec. 21 (1) (d) of the Insecticides Act, 1968.

The stock of the insecticides detailed below has this day been seized by me under the provisions of Sec. 21 (1) (d) of the insecticides Act, 1968, from the premises of ______________.situated at ____________.

Details of the insecticides seized are:

  • a)
  • b)
  • c)
  • d)
  • e)

Date:
Insecticides Inspector
(Office Stamp)

FORM XX
(See rule 33)

Intimation to Person / Licensee from whom samples is taken.

To,

_________________

_________________

I have this day taken from the premises of _____situated ______samples of the insecticide specified below for the purpose of test or analysis.

Date________. Insecticide Inspector.

Details of sample taken.

Date________. Insecticide Inspector

FORM XXI
(See rule 34)

Memorandum of Government Analyst

From

_________________.

_________________.

_________________.

To,

The Government Analyst,

The portion of samples/container described below is sent herewith for test or analysis under rule 34 of the Insecticides Rules, 1971. The portion of samples /container has been marked by me with the following mark:

Details of portion of sample or container with name of insecticide which it purports to contain.

Date:________. Insecticides Inspector

Seal

FORM XXII
(See rule 37)

Register of persons engaged in connection with insecticides and their periodical medical examination for the year 19___.

Serial No____

Name: ___________________________ Age_______________________________

Father/Husband's Name_______________ Full address_________________________

______________________________________________________________________

Sex________ Identification mark___________________

Date of appointment _________________ Occupation: (Please specify the nature of duty)______________________________

1. Past 2. Present

PAST HISTORY
Illness Poisoning Allergy Exposure to Pesticides (Compound) No. of years Remarks, if any
1 2 3 4 5 6
           
FAMILY HISTORY
Allergy Pschological disorders Haemorrhagic disorder
1 2 3
     
PERSONAL HISTORY
Smoking Alcohol Other addiction
1 2 3
     
OBSERVATIONS
Medial Examination Pre-employment examination End of Ist 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
I) General Examination
General body limit            
Weight            
Pulse            
Blood pressure            
Respiration            
Anaemia            
Dadema            
Jaundice            
Skin condition            
Temperature            
Fatigability            
Sweating            
Sleep            
Urination            
II) Gastro- Intestinal
Nausea            
Vomiting            
Appetite            
Taste            
Pain in abdomen            
Bowel movement            
Liver            
Spleen            
III) CardioRespiratory
Nasal discharge            
Wheeze            
Cough            
Expectoration            
Tightness ofchest            
Dysponea            
Pulpit ration            
Heart            
Cyanosis            
Tachycardia            
IV) Neuro Muscular
Headache            
Dizziness            
Irritability            
Pulse            
Twitching            
Tremors            
Convulsion            
Parasthesia            
Hallucination            
Unconsciousness            
Deep reflexes            
Superficial reflexes            
Coordination.            
V) Eye
Pupil            
Lachrymation            
Double vision            
Clumped vision            
VI) Psychological
Temperament            
Judgement            
Nervousness            
VII) Kidney
Kidney condition            
VIII) Investigation
Blood Hb %            
Blood D.C.            
Serum cholinesterase.            
Serum Bilirubin.*            
Urine routine examination.            
Urine microscopic            
X-ray of chest-            

* Serum cholinesterase level should be measure in monthly intervals in case of organo-phosphorus / carbamatic group of insect ides. General remarks of the Doctor in the right of the above examination:

 

Advice given

 

1) The Patient:

2) The Employer

 

Steps taken by the Employer as per Doctor's advice:

Signature / Thumb impression of:

  • 1) Doctor:
  • 2) Employee:
  • 3) Employer / manufacturer.
  • 4) Licensing Officer at the time of inspection.

N. B. In organochlorine group of insecticides the blood residue estimation should be done once a year.

THE SECOND SCHEDULE
[See rule 25]

Fees for testing or analyzing the samples of Insecticides

2.

Sr. No. Name of Insecticide Type of formulation Testing as per bureau of Indian Standards specifications and amendments thereof Testing Charges (in Rs.)
1 2 3 4 5
1 Insecticides: Technical 1306-1974 200
2 Aldrin Dusting Powder 1308-1984 195
3 Aldrin Emulsifiable cone 1307-1982 240
4 Aldicarb Encapsulated Granules 9371-1980 320
5 BHC(HCH) Technical and Refined 560-1980 210
6 BHC(HCH) Dusting powder 561-1978 195
7 BHC (HCH) Wettable powder 561-1978 220
8 BHXC(Gamma Isomer) Emulsiflable Cone 632-1978 240
9 Carbaryl Technical 7539-1975 236
10 Carbaryl Dusting powder 7122-1984 195
11 Carbaryl Wettable Powder 7121-1984 230
12 Carbaryul Granule 9368-1980 270
13 Carboturan Encapsulated Granules 9360-1980 220
14 Chlordane Technical 2863-1961 95
15 Chlordane Dusting Powder 2864-1973 95
16 Chlordane Emulsifiable cone 2682-1984 165
17 DDT Technical 563-1973 130
18 DDT Dusting powder 564-1984 95
19 DDT Wettable powder 565-1984 120
20 DDT Emulsiflable conc 633-1985 140
21 Diazinon Technical 1833-1980 110
22 Diazinon Wettable powder 2862-1984 120
23 Diazinon Emulsifiable powder 2861-1980 140
24 Diazinon Granules 9362-1980 170
25 Dichlorvos Technial 4929-1978 210
26 Dichlorvos Emulsifiable conc 5277-1978 205
27 Dimethoate Technical 3902-1975 210
28 Dimethoate Emulsifiable conc 3903-1984 240
29 Endosulfan Technical 4344-1978 110
30 Endosulfan Emulsifiable conc 4323-1980 140
31 Endosulfan Dusting powder 4322-1967 95
32 Endosulfan Wettable powder 4324-1967 120
33 Fenitrothion Technical 5280-1969 120
34 Fenitrothion Dusting powder 7126-1973 95
35 Fenitrothion Emulsifiable conc 5281-1979 105
36 Fenitrothion Granules 9365-1980 170
37 Fenthion Technical 7950-1976 210
38 Fenthion Emulsifiable conc 7948-1976 240
39 Fenthion Granules 9353-1980 270
40 Formothion Emulsifiable conc 8926-1976 140
41 Heptachlor Technical 6432-1972 115
42 Heptachlor Dusting powder 6429-1981 95
43 Heptachlor Emulsifiable conc 6439-1978 140
44 Lindane Technical 1592-1986 220
45 Lindane Granules 9370-1980 270
46 Malathion Technical 1832-1978 220
47 Malathion Dusting powder 2568-1978 230
48 Malathion Wettable powder 2569-1978 265
49 Malathion Emulsifiable conc 2567-1978 205
50 Methyl Parathion Technical 2570-1980 220
51 Methyl Parathion Dusting powder 8960-1978 95
52 Methyl Parathion Emulsifiable conc 2865-1978 240
53 Methyl Parathion Technical 9372-1980 120
54 Monocrotophos Technical 8025-1983 175
55 Monocrotophos Soluble liquid 8074-1983 185
56 Nicotine Sulphate Solution 1055-1984 60
57 Oxy-demeton-methyl Technical 8258-1976 100
58 Oxy-demeton-methyl Emulsifiable conc 8259-1976 140
59 Phenthoate Technical 8293-1976 120
60 Phenthoate Emulsifiable conc 8291-1976 140
61 Phorate Technical 7976-1976 120
62 Phorate Emulsifiable conc 9359-1980 220
63 Phosalone Technical 8488-1977 210
64 Phosalone Emulsifiable conc 8487-1977 240
65 Phosphamidon Technical 4598-1968 100
66 Phosphamidon Soluble liquid 6177-1981 85
67 Propoxur Technical 8496-1977 120
68 Pyrethrum Emulsifiable conc 4808-1982 115
69 Pyrethrum Extract 1051-1988 85
70 Pyrethrum Larvicidal Oil 6014-1978 115
71 Quinalphos Technical 6072-1983 220
72 Quinalphos Dusting Powder 8029-1984 195
73 Quinalphos Emulsifiable conc 8028-1976 250
73a Quinalphos Granules 9366-1980 270
74 Thiometon Emulsifiable conc 3905-1966 140
75 Thiometon Concentrate 3904-1966 120
76 Tempehos Technical 8701-1978 210
77 Temephos Emulsifiable conc 8498-1977 240
78 Trichlorphon Technical 7945-1976 120
79 Trichlorphon Dusting Powder 7943-1976 95
80 Trichlorphon Granules 9364-1976 17
B ACARICIDES:      
81 Dicofol Technical 5278-1969 100
82 Dicofol Emulsifiable conc 5279-1969 105
C FUNGICIDES      
83 Carbendazim (MBC) Technical 8445-1977 200
84 Carbendazim (bavistin) Wettable powder 8446-1977 220
85 Copper Oxychloride Technical 1486-1978 185
86 Copper Oxychloride Dusting Powder 1506-1977 95
87 Copper Oxychloride Wettable Powder 1507-1982 110
88 Curprous Oxide Technical 1682-1973 125
89 Ediphenphos Technical 8954-1978 220
90 Ediphenphos Emulsifiable conc 8955-1978 240
91 Ethyl Mercury Chloride Technical 2354-1983 110
92 Lime Sulphur Solution 1050-1984 135
93 Mancozeb Technical 8707-1978 100
94 Mancozeb Wettable Powder 8709-1978 155
95 Methoxy ethyl mercury Chloride (MEMC) Seed dressing 2358-1984 70
96 Penta chloro nitro benzene (PCNB) Technical 7985-1976 210
97 Penta chloro nitro benzene (PCNB) Dusting powder 7944-1976 195
98 Penta chloro nitro benzene (PCNB) Wettable powder 7948-1976 220
99 Phenylmercury acetate Technical 2126-1973 95
100 Sulphur Dusting powder 6444-1979 70
101 Sulphur Wettable powder 3383-1983 130
102 Thiram Technical 4328-1982 95
103 Thiram Wettable powder 4766-1982 105
104 Zineb Technical 3998-1981 75
105 Zineb Wettable powder 3899-1981 130
106 Ziram Technical 3900-1975 75
107 Ziram Wettable powder 3901-1975 105
H HERBICIDES      
108 Alachlor Emulsifiable conc 9354-1980 240
109 Alachlor Granules 9361-1980 170
110 Butachlor Technical 9355-1980 210
111 Butachlor Emulsifiable conc 9356-1980 240
112 Butachlor Granules 9962-1980 170
113 Dalapon Technical 8267-1976 180
114 Dalanon Wettable powder 8286-1976 170
115 2,4-D Sodium Salt Technical 4321-1978 130
116 Diuron Technical 8702-1978 110
117 Diuron Wettable powder 8703-1978 120
118 Fluchloralin Technical 8958-1978 200
119 Fluchloralin Emulsifiable conc 8959-1978 240
120 MCPA Technical 8494-1977 135
121 Nitrofen Technical 8956-1978 210
122 Nitrofen Emulsifiable conc 8957-1978 240
123 Paraquate Dichloride Soluble liquid 8397-1977 200
124 Propanil Technical 8701-1976 200
125 Propanil Emulsifiable conc 8027-1977 205
126 Triallate Technical 9557-1980 210
127 Triallate Emulsifiable conc 9858-1980 240
F PLANT GROWTH REGULATORS      
128 Chlormequat chloride Technical 8961-1978 135
G FUMIGANTS      
129 Aluminium Phosphide Tablet 6438-1980 60
130 Ethylene dibromide Technical 1311-1966 95
131 Ethylene dichloride: Carbon Tetrachloride mixture (3:1 v/v/) Technical 634-1965 130
132 Methyl Bromide Technical 1312-1980 85
133 Warfarin Technical 5558-1970 185
134 Warfarin Bait conc 5540-1970 160
135 Warfarin (Sodium Salt) Technical 5551-1970 185
136 Warfarin (Sodium Salt) Soluble liquid 7168-1973 260
137 Zinc Phosphide Technical 1251-1984 60

2. 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 authorized in this behalf from time to time:

Sr. No.   Testing Charges (in Rs.)
1 Technical Grade 160
2 Dusting Powder 125
3 Wettable powder 160
4 Emulsifiable Conc 205
5 Granules 225
6 Other formulations 210

SUPLEMENTARY AMENDMENT
THE INSECTICIDES ACT, 1968

NOTIFICATION

  • 1. S. O. 15 (E), dated 1st January, 1996, - In exercise of the powers conferred by sub-section (22) of Sec. 27 of the Insecticides Act, 1968 (46 of 1968), the Central Government hereby passes the following orders, namely: -
  • 2. "(i) The manufacture and use of Benzene Hexachloride shall be phased out progressively and the production of its technical grade material/formulations by the existing manufactures reduced to the extent of 50 per cent. By 31st March, 1996 and totally banned by 31st March 1997; and the certificate of Registration in respect of Benzene Hexachloride issued to various firms/persons shall be deemed to have been cancelled w. e. f. 1st April, 1997.Meanwhile, ban on grant of new registration/manufacturing licenses for production/formulation of Benzene Hexachloride shall continue.
  • 3. (ii) The manufacturing licenses issued to various registrants of Benzene Hexachloride for setting up of Benzene Hexachloride manufacturing units (both technical and formulation) shall be cancelled in respect of those firms / persons which are yet to create facilities for manufacture of Benzene Hexachloride formulations.
  • 4. (iii) The Certificate of registration in respect of Benzene Hexachloride shall be deemed to have lapsed in respect of those registrants who are yet to obtain manufacturing licenses.
  • 5. (iv) The State Governments shall take such steps as it may deem fit for carrying into execution of these orders in that State."

SUPPLEMENTARY AMENDMENTS
THE INSECTICIDES (AMENDMENT) RULES, 1999

G.S.R. 371 (e) , dated 20th may, 1999- In exercise of the powers conferred by Sec. 36 of the Insecticides Act, 1968 (46 of 1968), the Central Government, after consultation with the Central Insecticides Board hereby makes the following rules, further to amend the Insecticides Rules, 1971, namely : -

  • 1. SHORT TITLE AND COMMENCEMENT

    • a. These rules may be called the Insecticides (Amendment) rules, 1999.
    • b. They shall come into force on the date of their publication in the Official Gazette
  • 2. In the Insecticides Rules, 1971 (hereinafter referred to as the said rules), in rule 2, after Cl. (q), the following clauses shall be inserted, namely :

    • (r) 'Commercial Pest Control Operation'means any application or dispersion of Insecticide(s) including fumigants in household or public or private premises or land and includes pest control operations in the field including aerial applications for commercial purposes but excludes private use;
    • s) "Pest Control Operators" 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(s) is operating".
  • 3. In rule 6 of the said rules -

    • a. for sub-rule (2), the following sub-rule shall be substituted, namely :-

      "(2) An application form duly filled together with a bank draft, drawn in favour of the Accounts Officer, Directorate of Plant Protection, Quarantine, & Storage, payable at Faridabad towards registration fee 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 Secs. 9(3) and 9(3-B) of the Insecticides Act, 1968;
      • ii. rupees two thousand five hundred in case of application for registration under Sec. 9 (4) of the Insecticides Act, 1968".
    • b. for sub-rule 6(A), the following sub-rule shall be substituted, namely -

      "(6) (A) 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."

    • c. after sub-rule 6(A), so amended, the following rule shall be inserted, namely ?

      "(6) (B) 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".

  • 4. In rule 7 of the said rules -;

    • a. for sub-rule (3), the following sub-rule shall be substituted, namely : -

      "(3) Every appeal shall be accompanied by a demand draft of rupees one thousand towards fee and a copy of the decision appealed against".

    • b. for sub-rule (4), the following sub-rule shall be substituted, namely :-

      "(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."

  • 5. In rule 9 of the said rules -

    • a. for sub-rule (1), the following sub-rule shall be substituted, namely -

      "(1) Application for the grant or renewal of a license to manufacture any insecticide shall be made in Form III or Form IV, as the case may be, 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."

    • b. for sub-rule (5), the following sub-rule shall be substituted, namely :-

      "(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".

  • 6. In rule 10 of the said rules -

    • a. for sub-rule (2), the following sub-rule shall be substituted, namely:-

      • "(2) The fee payable under sub-rule (1) for grant or renewal 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."
    • b. after sub-rule (3), the following sub-rule 3 (A) shall be inserted, namely :-

      • "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 VI-A 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 VI-B 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 VI-C.
      • (iii) Any person who applies 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 Food Technological Research Institute. Mysore, Indian Grain Storage Institute, Hapur and National Plant Protection Training Institute, Hyderabad.
      • (iv) For understanding 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."
    • c. for sub-rule (6) the following sub-rule shall be substituted namely:

      • "(6) a fee of rupees one hundred shall be payable for a duplicate copy of a license issued under this rule if the original is defaced, damaged or lost."
  • 7. In rule 11 of the said rules, -

    • 1. for sub-clauses (b) (i) and (b) (ii), the following sub-clauses be substituted, namely :-

      • "b (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 manufacture insecticides or to carry pest control operations;
      • (ii) rupees one hundred for the first month or part thereof, rupees two hundred for the second month or part thereof and rupees three hundred for the third month or part thereof, in case of any other license shall be paid along with the application for renewal.
      • 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 off the said late fee:
      • Provided further that in case of death or disability of the licensee, the licensing Officer may after recording reasons in writing, exempt the applicant from payment of the late fee."
    • 2. for Cl. (c) the following clause shall be substituted, namely :-

      • " (c) The license shall continue to be in force until it is renewed or revoked. Where an appeal is preferred under Sec. 15, the license shall continue to be revoked until disposal of appeal or as ordered by the appellate authority pending disposal of the appeal."
  • 8. In rule 14 of the said rules, for sub-rule (2), the following sub-rule shall be substituted, namely: -

    "2. The application under sub-rule (1) shall be accompanied by a fee of rupees one hundred. "

  • 9. In the First Schedule to the said rules, after Form VI, the following from shall be inserted, namely:-

FORM VI-A
[See rule 10 (3-A0]

Application for the grant of license to stock and use restricted insecticide(s) for commercial pest control operation (s).

To,

The Licencing Authority,

  • 1. Full name of the applicant (Block letters)
  • 2. Address:

    • i.Registered Office.
    • ii.Zonal Office
    • iii. Premises for which application is made.
  • 3. Is the applicant already in business or newcomer
  • 4. Qualifications of responsible technical person*

    • i. Educational Qualification.
    • ii. Training in pest control operation.
    • iii. Experience in using restricted insecticide(s) (Attach proof in respect of claims).
  • 5. If in the trade, give full particulars of the names of restricted insecticide(s) handled and categories of operations undertaken, the period and the place(s) at which the trade was carried on.
  • 6. Quantity(s) of each restricted insecticide in possession on the date of application [Give details of place(s) where it is stored].
  • 7. Details of persons engaged or proposed to be engaged (Attach separate sheet, duly authenticated).
  • 8. Details of safety applications available along with antidotes and all other facilities required under chapter will be stored for use.
  • 9. Situations of the branch offices and depots where the restricted insecticide(s) will be stored for use.
  • 10. Name(s) of restricted insecticide(s), which the applicant desires to use.
  • 11. Category (ies) applied for.
  • 12. Particulars of the fee(s) deposited.
  • 13. Whether permission obtained from Plant Protection Adviser to the Government of India for undertaking fumigation (Attach Proof & Validity).

 

_____________________

 

Signature of the applicant

VERIFICATION

Ido 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 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 or attested copy of which is enclosed herewith.

Signature with Seal
Date:

 

Place:

FORM VI-B
[See rule 10 (3-A)]

Application for renewal of license to stock and use of restricted insecticides for commercial pest control operation(s)

To,
The Licensing Authority,
State

I / We hereby apply for renewal of the license to stock and use of restricted insecticide for categories: I, II and III, under the name and style of ________. The license desired to be renewed was granted by the Licensing Authority and allotted a License No. On the day of ____________,19 __

  • 1. State the change, if any, in :-
    • . Category of operation
    • a. Expert Staff
    • b. Restricted insecticides used.
    • c. Premises of stocking.
    • d. Address including of branch offices.
    • e. Whether any new branch / unit has been opened after grant or renewal of license.
    • f. Any other change.
  • 2. Particulars of fee deposited.
  • 3. Give latest details of persons engaged (attach separate sheet, duly authenticated).

 

Signature of the Applicant

VERIFICATION

I __________________________________ s/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.

I further declare that I am making this application in my capacity as (Designation) and that I am competent to make this application and verify it, by virtue of photo / attested copy of which has already been submitted.

Signature with Seal

 

Date :

 

Place :

FORM VI-C
[See rule 10 (3A)]

License to stock and use restricted insecticide(s) for commercial pest control operations

I ___________________________am hereby licensed to stock restricted insecticides viz. _________________ on the premises situated at _______ and carry out commercial pest control operations subject to the conditions specified below and to the provisions of the Insecticides Act, 1968 and the Rules there under.

2. License shall be in force from ________________ To ________________

3. Conditions, if any

(i)

(ii)

(iii)

Date

License No.
Date Licensing Authority Seal

 

10. For the Second Schedule to the said rules, the following Schedule shall be substituted, namely: -

THE SECOND SCHEDULE
[See rule 25]

Fees for testing or analyzing the samples of Insecticides

Sr. No. Name of Insecticide Type of formulation Testing as per bureau of Indian Standards specifications and amendments thereof Testing Charges (in Rs.)
1 2 3 4 5
(A) INSECTICIDES:      
1 Aldrin Technical 1306-1974 500
2 Adrin Dusting Powder 1308-1984 500
3 Aldrin Emulsfiable cone 1307-1982 500
4 Aldicarb Encapsulated Granules 9371-1980 500
5 BHC(HCH) Technical and Refined 560-1980 500
6 BHC(HCH) Dusting powder 561-1978 500
7 BHC (HCH) Wettable powder 569-1978 500
8 BHXC(Gamma Isomer) Emulsiflable Cone 632-1978 500
9 Carbaryl Technical 7539-1975 500
10 Carbaryl Dusting powder 7122-1984 500
11 Carbaryl Wettable Powder 7121-1984 500
12 Carbaryul Granules 9368-1980 500
13 Carboturan Encapsulated Granules 9360-1980 500
14 Chlordane Technical 2863-1961 250
15 Chlordane Dusting Powder 2864-1973 250
16 Chlordane Emulsifiable cone 2682-1984 350
17 DDT Technical 563-1973 350
18 DDT Dusting powder 564-1984 250
19 DDT Wettable powder 565-1984 250
20 DDT Emulsiflable conc 633-1985 350
21 Diazinon Technical 1833-1980 250
22 Diazinon Wettable powder 2862-1984 250
23 Diazinon Emulsifiable powder 2861-1980 350
24 Diazinon Granules 9362-1980 350
25 Dichlorvos Technical 4923-1978 350
26 Dichlorvos Emulsifiable conc 5277-1978 500
27 Dimethoate Technical 3902-1975 500
28 Dimethoate Emulsifiable conc 3903-1984 500
29 Endosulfan Technical 4344-1978 250
30 Endosulfan Emulsifiable conc 4323-1980 350
31 Endosulfan Dusting powder 4322-1967 250
32 Endosulfan Wettable powder 4324-1967 250
33 Fenitrothion Technical 5280-1969 250
34 Fenitrothion Dusting powder 7126-1973 250
35 Fenitrothion Emulsifiable conc 5281-1979 250
36 Fenitrothion Granules 9365-1980 350
37 Fenthion Technical 7950-1976 500
38 Fenthion Emulsifiable conc 7948-1976 500
39 Fenthion Granules 9353-1980 500
40 Formothion Emulsifiable conc 8926-1976 350
41 Heptachlor Technical 6432-1972 250
42 Heptachlor Dusting powder 6429-1981 250
43 Heptachlor Emulsifiable conc 6439-1978 350
44 Lindane Technical 1592-1986 500
45 Lindane Granules 9370-1980 500
46 Malathion Technical 1832-1978 500
47 Malathion Dusting powder 2568-1978 500
48 Malathion Wettable powder 2569-1978 500
49 Malathion Emulsifiable conc 2567-1978 500
50 Methyl Parathion Technical 2570-1980 500
51 Methyl Parathion Dusting powder 8960-1978 250
52 Methyl Parathion Emulsifiable conc 2865-1978 500
53 Methyl Parathion Technical 9372-1980 250
54 Monocrotophos Technical 8025-1983 650
55 Monocrotophos Soluble liquid 8074-1983 500
56 Nicotine Sulphate Solution 1055-1984 250
57 Oxy-demeton-methyl Technical 8258-1976 250
58 Oxy-demeton-methyl Emulsifiable conc 8259-1976 350
59 Phenthoate Technical 8293-1976 250
60 Phenthoate Emulsifiable conc 8291-1976 350
61 Phorate Technical 7976-1976 250
62 Phorate Emulsifiable conc 9359-1980 500
63 Phosalone Technical 8488-1977 500
64 Phosalone Emulsifiable conc 8487-1977 500
65 Phosphamidon Technical 4598-1968 250
66 Phosphamidon Soluble liquid 6177-1981 250
67 Propoxur Technical 8496-1977 250
68 Pyrethrum Emulsifiable conc 4808-1982 200
69 Pyrethrum Extract 1051-1988 250
70 Pyrethrum Larvicidal Oil 6014-1978 250
71 Quinalphos Technical 6072-1983 500
72 Quinalphos Dusting Powder 8029-1984 500
73 Quinalphos Emulsifiable conc 8028-1976 500
74 Quinalphos Granules 9366-1980 500
75 Thiometon Emulsifiable conc 3905-1966 350
76 Thiometon Concentrate 3904-1966 250
77 Tempehos Technical 8701-1978 500
78 Temephos Emulsifiable conc 8498-1977 500
79 Trichlorphon Technical 7945-1976 250
80 Trichlorphon Dusting Powder 7943-1976 250
81 Trichlorphon Granules 9364-1976 350
B ACARICIDES:      
82 Dicofol Technical 5278-1969 250
83 Dicofol Emulsifiable conc 5279-1969 250
C FUNGICIDES      
84 Carbendazim (MBC) Technical 8445-1977 500
85 Carbendazim Wettable powder 8446-1977 500
86 Copper Oxychloride Technical 1486-1978 500
87 Copper Oxychloride Dusting Powder 1506-1977 250
88 Copper Oxychloride Wettable Powder 1507-1982 250
89 Curprous Oxide Technical 1682-1973 250
90 Ediphenphos Technical 8954-1978 500
91 Ediphenphos Emulsifiable conc 8955-1978 500
92 Ethyl Mercury Chloride Technical 2354-1983 250
93 Lime Sulphur Solution 1050-1984 350
94 Mancozeb Technical 8707-1978 250
95 Mancozeb Wettable Powder 8707-1978 350
96 Methoxy ethyl mercury Chloride (MEMC) Seed dressing 2358-1984 250
97 Pentachloronitrobenzene (PCNB) Technical 7985-1976 500
98 Pentachloronitrobenzene (PCNB) Dusting powder 7944-1976 500
99 Pentachloronitrobenzene (PCNB) Wettable powder 7948-1976 500
100 Phenylmercury acetate Technical 2126-1973 250
101 Sulphur Dusting powder 6444-1979 250
102 Sulphur Wettable powder 3383-1983 350
103 Thiram Technical 4328-1982 250
104 Thiram Wettable powder 4766-1982 250
105 Zineb Technical 3998-1981 250
106 Zineb Wettable powder 3899-1981 350
107 Ziram Technical 3900-1975 250
108 Ziram Wettable powder 3901-1975 250
D HERBICIDES      
109 Alachlor Emulsifiable conc 9354-1980 500
110 Alachlor Granules 9361-1980 350
111 Butachlor Technical 9355-1980 500
112 Butachlor Emulsifiable conc 9356-1980 500
113 Butachlor Granules 9962-1980 350
114 Dalapon Technical 8267-1976 500
115 Dalanon Wettable powder 8286-1976 350
116 2,4-D Sodium Salt Technical 4321-1978 350
117 Diuron Technical 8702-1978 250
118 Diuron Wettable powder 8703-1978 250
119 Fluchloralin Technical 8958-1978 500
120 Fluchloralin Emulsifiable conc 8959-1978 500
121 MCPA Technical 8494-1977 350
122 Nitrofen Technical 8956-1978 500
123 Nitrofen Emulsifiable conc 8957-1978 500
124 Paraquate Dichloride Soluble liquid 8397-1977 500
125 Propanil Technical 8701-1976 500
126 Propanil Emulsifiable conc 8027-1977 500
127 Triallate Technical 9557-1980 500
128 Triallate Emulsifiable conc 9858-1980 500
E PLANT GROWTH REGULATORS      
129 Chlormequat chloride Technical 8961-1978 350
F FUMIGANTS      
130 Aluminium Phosphide Tablet 6438-1980 250
131 Ethylene dibromide Technical 1311-1966 250
132 Ethylene dichloride: Carbon Tetrachloride mixture (3:1 v/v/) Technical 634-1965 350
133 Methyl Bromide Technical 1312-1980 250
134 Warfarin Technical 5558-1970 500
135 Warfarin Bait conc 5540-1970 350
136 Warfarin (Sodium Salt) Technical 5551-1970 500
137 Warfarin (Sodium Salt) Soluble liquid 7168-1973 500
138 Zinc Phosphide Technical 1251-1984 250

(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 authorized in this behalf from time to time:

Sr. No.   Testing Charges (in Rs.)
1 Technical Grade 350
2 Dusting Powder 250
3 Wettable powder 350
4 Emulsifiable Conc 500
5 Granules 500
6 Other formulations 500
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THE INSECTICIDES (SECOND AMENDMENT) RULES, 1999

G.S.R. 372 (E) DATED THE 20TH MAY 1999 -; In exercise of the powers conferred by Sec. 36 of the Insecticides Act, 1968 (46 of 1968), the Central Government, after consultation with the Central Insecticides Board hereby makes the following rules further to amend the Insecticides Rules, 1971, namely: -

1. SHORT TITLE AND COMMENCMENT: -

  • a.These rules may be called the Insecticides (Second Amendment) Rules, 1999.
  • b. They shall come into force on the date of their publication in the Official Gazette.
  • 1. In the Insecticides Rules, 1971 (hereinafter referred to as the said rules), in rule 9, both in sub-rule (3) and in Form V, after Cl. (v) and condition number 5, respectively the following shall be inserted in sequence, namely.

    "The Licensee shall obtain ISI Mark Certification from Bureau of Indian Standards within three months of the commencement of the manufacture.

    No Insecticides shall be sold or distributed without ISI Mark Certification."

    As (vi) and (vii) add (6) and (7) respectively.

  • In the said rules, in rule 10-

    • a. In sub-rule (4), after Cl. (iii) the following clauses shall be inserted, namely :-

      "(v) if the licensing officer is satisfied that a particular insecticide is harmful to human beings, animals or environment, he may after recoding 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."

    • b. in sub-rule (4-A) , for Cl. (i), the following clause shall be substituted, namely :-

      " (i) Every person shall along with his application for grant or renewal 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 VI-D."

  • In the said rules, in rule 10-A, for sub-rule (b), the following sub-rule shall be substituted, namely: -

    "(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 re-manufacture."

  • In the said rules, in rule 35, for the existing heading, the following heading shall be substituted, namely: -

    "Manner of Packing, Storage while transporting."

  • In the said rules, in SCHEDULE-1, after Form VI-C, the following Form VI-D shall be inserted, namely: -

"FORM VI-D;
PRINCIPAL CERTIFICATE
[rule 10 (4-A) (i)]

Name and address of the Principal Certificate No________

Manufacturer Date___________

We have Insecticides Manufacturing Licensing for our factories as given below:-

Sr. No. Name and address of the Manufacturing premises License No. Date Valid up to Name and address of the Licensing Authority
1 2 3 4 5 6

This is to certify that M/s ___________ have applied for grant of License (Form VI) renewal of License (Form VII) to sell stock or exhibit for sale or distribution of insecticides as per sub-rule (1) of rule 10 of the Insecticides Rules 1971. We authorize them to sell, stock or exhibit for sale or distribution of the following insecticides in Wholesale/Retail in _________.Taluka/District/ State.

Sr. No. Common Name of Insecticide Trade mark of the Insecticide Registration Date
         

As per Sr.No.5 of the Form VI the above dealer will obtain our insecticides from the following source/sources

Sr. No. Name of source (s) Detailed address of the source (s) License No & Date License valid up to Detailed address of the premises where source (s) are stocking insecticides
1 2 3 4 5 6

The Dealer to whom this Principal Certificate has been issued will purchase our insecticides from the source/sources stated above and if he purchases our insecticides from sources other than those stated above then it would be a contravention of the Insecticides Act, 1968 and rules made there under.

This Principal Certificate is valid up to __________

Date: _________

 

Place: ________

 

__________________________.

 

Signature (Authorized Signatory)
Company's Seal Detailed Address

I shall obtain the Insecticides shown in the principal Certificate from the source/sources, which are stated above. I am aware that if, I obtain these insecticides from source/sources other than those stated above, this would be contravention of the Insecticides Act, 1968 and Rules made there under.

Date: __________

 

Place: __________

Signature:

 

Dealer's Seal

Name:

 

 

Designation:

 

 

Address of the Dealer:
Dealer's License No. & Date

 

(If issued for Renewal of License)
Copy submitted to the concerned Licensing Authority