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GRAM : REGAPP PHONE 0512-2296088
Government of India
Ministry of Labour & Employment
Regional Directorate of Apprenticeship Training
Udyog Nagar, Kanpur – 208022

JOINT INSPECTION REPORT
(Under Section 27 & 29)
(Apprenticeship Training under the Apprentices Act, 1961)

Section – A 1. | Name & Address of the establishment Inspected/visited | Usha Martin Ltd 12/16 Nawal Ganj Agra. | 2. | Name & Designation of the Inspecting Officer of RDAT/DGET/SAA | 1.Sh.A.k Tyagi,ADT RDAT Kanpur.2.Sh.Phool Chandra,ACAAR(Jr.) RDAT Kanpur.3. Sh.Mukesh Kr. Yadav,Pricipal I.T.I Agra.4. Sh.Chandrabhan, Jr.AA Govt.I..T.I Agra. | 3. | Name & Designation of the Officers of the Estt. Who were associated with the Inspection | Ashwani Saxena (Personnel officer). | 4. | Name & Designation of the Head of the Estt. And Tel. No. | Mr.S.Bhowmick (Personnel Manager)Tel.No.:9319968880 | 5. | Name & Designation of the Officer Incharge of the Apprenticeship Training & Tel. No. | Mr.Kishor Singh,Diagnostic expert & Trainer.Tel.No.:8445445761. | 6. | Date of the last Inspection/Visit carried out and name of the concerned officers. | First Inspection | 7. | Working hours and days/week | 6 days/week 8 hours per day | 8. | Date of inspection | 17.01.2013 |

Section:B
1. Recruitment of apprentices S. No. | Designated Trade | Seat located | Seat utilized | Fresher | Ex-ITIs | Short falls | Excess | Remarks | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 2. | FITTER | 06 | 3 | 00 | 3 | 3 | 00 | | 3. | ELECTRICIAN | 03 | 03 | 00 | 03 | 00 | 0 | | 4. | WELDER (G&E) | 02 | 0 | 00 | 0 | 2 | 00 | | 5. | Turner | 2 | 0 | 00 | 0 | 2 | 00 | | TOTAL | 13 | 06 | 00 | 06 | 07 | 00 | |
(A) Total seat located and year of survey = 27, (11.07.2012)
(i) Total seat located (item No. 1 column No. 3) = 13
(ii) Total seat utilized…...

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