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Here is the text version of the said Order.
[align=center]Government of West Bengal
Higher Education Department[/align]
No. 260-Edn (CS)/10M-6/78 Dated, Calcutta, the 18th February, 1981
From : Shri S. Ghosh, Deputy Secretary to the Govt. of West Bengal.
To : The Director of Public Instruction, West Bengal.
Sub : Opening of General Provident Fund in Non-Govt. Colleges.
In furtherance of Para 4 of the Government Order No. 1097-Edn (CS) dated the 31st May, 1978 the undersigned is directed by order of the governor to say that the Governor is pleased to decide that authorities of Non-Government colleges may introduce General provident Fund for their employees who have opted or will opt for pension (including family Pension)-cum-Gratuity and as such are not eligible to contribute to the contributory Provident Fund. The Colleges affiliated to a University established 3y statute having been included in the Schedule under Section 8 of the Provident Fund Act, 1925 (Act No. XIX of 1925) the provision of the Act shall apply to all General Provident Funds to be introduced in such Colleges.
A set of model rules for administration of the General Provident Fund in non-Govt. affiliated Colleges including Sponsored Colleges) has been drawn up and approved by the Governor. A copy of the ‘Model Rules’ is enclosed.
The Director of Public Instruction, West Bengal is now requested to circulate the ‘Model Rules’ amongst the Non-Government affiliated Colleges (including Sponsored Colleges) and advise them to introduce General Provident Fund for the employees who have opted or will opt for the Pension (including Family Pension) Cum-Gratuity, and to adopt the Model Rules for the administration of the Fund with a view to maintaining uniformity in all Colleges.
The Governor is also pleased to order that in Sponsored Colleges subscription to the General Provident Fund shall be compulsory for employees opting for Pension (including family pension)-cum-Gratuity. The -Non-Government affiliated Colleges may likewise make subscription compulsory in respect of such employees in their Colleges.
All the Non-Government affiliated Colleges including Sponsored Colleges may also be requested
to furnish copies of-the Governing Body’s Resolutions introducing the General Provident Fund and adopting the ‘Model Rules’ for the purpose of administration of the Fund to the Director of Public Instruction, West Bengal for record.
This order issues with the concurrence of the Finance Department vide their U.O. No. 147/Group-I dt. 10.2.81.
Sd/- S. Ghosh