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Department of Registrations & Stamps: CITIZEN’S CHARTER

August 18, 2012 Leave a comment

CITIZEN’S CHARTER

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i) The Aim / Purpose of this charter:

The Government is committed to translate the concept of giving to the people of Andhra Pradesh a Simple, Moral, Accountable, Reliable & Transparent (SMART) Administration. This charter is a step in this direction. Every year, the Charter will be reviewed in the month of January , keeping in view the practical experience gained during the previous year.

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ii) Easy availability of Forms & Information

The following types of forms relating to the services of Registration and Stamps department may be obtained free of cost.

Form Whom to contact

a) Market Value Requisition form Sub-Registrar Concerned

b) Registration Input form (for Urban –do–

Property)

c) Registration Input form (for Rural –do–

Property)

d) Check-slip on presentation –do—

of Document.


Our Standards

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We are committed to provide speedy, transparent and quality services to the registering public. We assure that our services will be accurate, reliable and timely.

We shall provide the following services within the time standards mentioned below:

Service

Office Responsible

Time limit for delivery of

Service.

a) Sale of Stamp Paper

upto 20 sheets

20 – 50 sheets

Sub-Registrars & Ex-Officio Stamp Vendors.

20 minutes to 30 minutes.

b) Registration of document

Sub-Registrar.

1 hour *

* The time frame fixed is not applicable for group registrations and on any auspicious day when there is heavy rush of work.

Note:-

Return of registered documents will be done only after satisfying about the remittance of Stamp Duty and Registration Fee etc., in the designated Bank branches.

c) Issue of Market Value

Check slip.

Sub-Registrar.

10 minutes.

d) Issue of certified

copies(Through CARD

process)

Manual system for the

documents registered

manually.

Sub-Registrar

30 minutes.

3 working days.

e) Reference Under

Sec.47-A of I.S.Act

Disposal of documents

under Sec.47-A.

Disposal of Pending

documents.

Sub-Registrar

District Registrar

Sub-Registrar/

District Registrar/

Deputy Inspector General.

5 working days

3 months

7 working days

f) Issue of E.C.,

Sub-Registrar’s Office

20 minutes.

g) Rectification of anomalies

in Market Value

guidelines.

District Registrar Convenor of the Committee on rectifications of anomalies.

3 months.

h) Deposit, Opening or

withdrawal of sealed

covers containing wills:

(i) Redressal of public

grievances.

District Registrar

Sub-Registrar / District Registrar / Vigilance Officer /

Deputy Inspector General.

3 hours.

One month.

MARRIAGES:

Under Special Marriage Act

Hindu Marriage Act,

Condonation of delay

Sub-Registrar

Sub-Registrar

District Registrar

2 hours on the day of appearance before Sub-Registrar after expiry of 30 days from the date of issue of Notice of intended marriage.

2 hours on the day of appearance before Sub-Registrar (after receipt of delay condonation orders, in case of requirement).

3 working days including the day of Filing of application for condonation of delay in registration of marriage.

SOCIETIES, FIRMS

& CHIT FUNDS

Registration of Society/Firm/Chit Bye law

Filing of amendments/changes/

annual list/Balance sheet etc.,

Release of FDRs to Chit Fund Firms

Enquiry against Chit fund firms on receipt of public complaints.

District Registrar/

Chit Registrar

3 working days.

3 working days after expiry of the stipulated time for exhibition in the Notice Board.

15 days.

Note: 1. The time shall be counted from the time the Citizen reaches the concerned service counter.

2. The Charter is applicable only in respect of normal documents conforming to the Statute completely, under normal /

general conditions.

3. In case the Sub-Registrar could not complete the job within the specified time limit fixed in the Charter; the party(ies) should

be intimated about the expected date of completion of job and reasons for non-adherence to the time limit fixed in the Citizen

Charter.

iv)

 

OUR AIM IS TO OFFER COURTEOUS AND HELPFUL SERVICES TO YOU

We guarantee that the registering public will be treated courteously. If you need guidance or help in filling the forms or information about rules and regulations, please approach the “May I help you” counter set up in all the Sub-Registrar Offices for clarifications on matters relating to registration and other allied services.

Our Website:

 

v) IN CASE OF DEVIATIONS FROM CITIZEN’S CHARTER

If there is any delay in the delivery of our services as committed through this charter, we want to know about it contact, or the following officers. Please help by contacting.

Name

Designation

Phone/Fax

Address

a) Sri S.K, Sinha , I.A.S.

Commissioner and Inspector General of Registration and Stamps ,

040- 23449157

H.No:1-7- 10, N.B.K. Estate, Golconda “X” Road, Musheerabad, Hyderabad-500 020.

b) Sri C.Tirumala Rajan

Joint Inspector General(R&S) FAC

040-23449156

H.No:1-7- 10, N.B.K. Estate, Golconda “X” Road, Musheerabad, Hyderabad-500 020.

c) Sri V. Ravi Kumar,

I/c. Deputy Inspector General(R&S) , Visakhapatnam.

0891- 2569329

H.No: 50-50-35/10, Seethammadhara, Visakhapatnam.–530 016.

Sri A. Subramanyam Naidu

Vigilance Officer, Zone-I. Visakhapatnam.

0891- 2569329

H.No: 50-50-35/10, Seethammadhara, Visakhapatnam.–530 016.

d) Sri K.Jayarami Reddy,

I/c.Deputy Inspector General(R&S), Eluru.

08812 252968

H.No: 24-A-15-7,

Ashoknagar,

Eluru-2.

Sri K. Samba Murthy,

Vigilance Officer, Zone-II, Eluru.

08812 252968

H.No: 24-A-15-7,

Ashoknagar,

Eluru-2.

e) Sri J.Lokanadha Reddy,

I/c. Deputy Inspector General(R&S), Guntur.

0863 2232591

D.No.3-27-13, Ravindranagar, Guntur-6

Sri C. Sundaraiah,

Vigilance Officer Zone-III, Guntur.

0863 2232591

D.No.3-27-13, Ravindranagar, Guntur-6

f) Sri B. Narasimha Murthy,

I/C Deputy Inspector General(R&S) Kurnool

08518- 230723

10/101, Sri Krishna Nagar, Kurnool – 518 001.

Sri D.Prashantha Kumar,

Vigilance Officer-Zone-IV, Kurnool

08518- 230723

10/101, Sri Krishna Nagar, Kurnool – 518 001.

g) Kum. Sk. Ashrafunnisa Begum,

I/C Deputy Inspector General(R&S),Zone –V, Warangal

0870-23449155

H.No.2/725/1-3, Sridhar Complex, Circuit House Road, K.L.N.Reddy Colony, Hanamkonda, Warangal – 506 001

Sri A. Giri Kumar ,

Vigilance Officer Zone-V, Warangal

0870-23449155

H.No.2/725/1-3, Sridhar Complex, Circuit House Road, K.L.N.Reddy Colony, Hanamkonda, Warangal – 506 001

h) Sri G.Subba Raidu

I/c Deputy Inspector General(R&S) , zone VI, Hyderabad

040-23449166

6th Floor, Chandra Vihar, M.J.Road, Hyderabad-1.

Sri M.Udayabhaskara Rao,

Vigilance Officer – Zone-VI, Hyderabad.

040- 23449155

H.No:1-7- 10, N.B.K. Estate, Golconda “X” Road, Musheerabad, Hyderabad-500 020.

i) Web-site Addresses:

http://igrs.ap.gov.in

www.ap.gov.in/card

vi)

 

HOW YOU CAN HELP US

You can help to improve the quality of registration services by

1. interacting with Presiding Officers directly and giving feed back after Registration of document avoiding intermediaries.

1. Insisting on the Presiding Officers to give the reasons in writing when the document is not accepted or admitted / kept pending

or when the job is not completed within the time frame fixed in the Citizen Charter.

2. promoting transparency with true, correct declaration of facts in transactions through voluntary disclosure of the real

consideration and description of the property.

3. Personally presenting yourself as Buyer at the time of registration. (The maxim “Buyer beware!” should be borne in mind while satisfying yourself about the “marketable title” over the property intended to be purchased.)

4. addressing the grievances forum i.e. Vigilance wing set up in each Zone to find out solution to any problems concerning Registration/EC/CCs or by way of suggestion to improve the quality of service. Sd/- Commissioner & Inspector General of

Regn. & Stamps, A.P., Hyderabad.

For Commissioner & I.G (R&S).

A.P. Hyderabad.

 

 

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Department of Registrations & Stamps: CARD

August 18, 2012 Leave a comment

CARD is a catchy name given to the comprehensive project of computerizing one of the oldest wings of the Government "The Registration & Stamps Department". The project was originally conceived in August 1996 and implemented at two test sites in August / September, 1997. Judging the project by its initial success and the immense potential it has in transforming the concept of public service, the Government decided to replicate it all over the state.Thus began an intensive and dedicated effort which is now the watchword of the Department…CARD.

 

Source: Department of Registrations & Stamps

Categories: Legal

STATE BANK OF INDIA :: INDIA’s LARGEST BANK: COMPLAINT FORM

August 15, 2012 Leave a comment

We, at SBI, know that it is you – our customers – who have made us India’s most successful commercial bank.
Our success depends on what you think of us. So, if you have any questions, suggestions or comments, do please write in, and we will get back to you.

Online Complaints

· CLICK HERE TO FILL THE ONLINE COMPLAINT FORM

Offline Complaints (PDFs)

· DOWNLOAD CUSTOMER COMPLAINT FORM

· DOWNLOAD FORM FOR ATM RELATED COMPLAINTS

NOTE: The first point of redressal of complaints is the bank itself. The customer may write to us at CUSTOMER HELPLINE CONTACTS.

However, complainant may approach the Banking Ombudsman only if the complaint is not resolved at the bank level within a month.

 

Source: STATE BANK OF INDIA :: INDIA’s LARGEST BANK

Categories: Financial

ONLINE SBI REGISTRATION FORM

August 15, 2012 Leave a comment

 

To

The Branch Manager

State Bank of India

…………………..

I wish to register as a user of ‘OnlineSBI’, SBI’s Internet Banking Service.

Name of Customer (25 Characters)

                                                 

+91

                   

Mobile Number:

E-Mail:

Date of Birth: DD MM YY


My Account Numbers

Single/ Joint* Accounts

(Branch Use) Transaction Rights (Y/N)

(Branch Use) ** Limited Transaction Rights (Y/N)

* Rights on the OnLineSBI Service will be same as that in your account at the branch.

** Transaction rights to transfer funds within own CIF, e-TDR/e-STDR and new a/c opening request through branch intervention

I have read the provisions contained in the “Terms of Service (Terms & Conditions) document” of “OnlineSBI” and accept them. I agree that the transactions executed over OnlineSBI under my Username and Password will be binding on me.

Customer’s Signature Date:

Terms of Service (Terms & Conditions): OnlineSBI

General Information:

1. You should register for ‘OnlineSBI’ with the branch where you maintain the account.

2. If you maintain accounts at more than one branch, you need to register at each branch separately.

3. Normally OnlineSBI services will be open to the customer only after he/she acknowledges the receipt of password.

4. We invite you to visit your account on the site frequently for transacting business or viewing account balances. If you believe that any information relating to your account has a discrepancy, please bring it to the notice of the branch by e-mail or letter.

5. In a joint account, all account holders are entitled to register, as users of ‘OnlineSBI’, but transactions would be permitted based on the account operation rights recorded at the branch. (To begin with the services will be extended only to single or Joint “E or S” accounts only).

6. All accounts at the branch whether or not listed in the registration form, will be available on the ‘OnlineSBI’. However the applicant has the option to selectively view the accounts on the ‘OnlineSBI’.

Security:

1. The Branch where the customer maintains his/her account will assign:

a) User-id &

b) Password

2. The User-id and Password given by the branch must be replaced by UserName and Password of customer’s choice at the time of first log-on. This is mandatory.

3. Bank will make reasonable use of available technology to ensure security and to prevent unauthorised access to any of these services.  The ‘OnlineSBI service is VERISIGN certified which guarantees, that it is a secure site. It means that

· You are dealing with SBI at that moment.

· The two-way communication is secured with 128-bit SSL encryption technology, which ensures the confidentiality of the data during transmission.

4. You are welcome to access ‘OnlineSBI’ from anywhere anytime. However, as a matter of precaution, customers may avoid using PCs with public access.

5. There is no way to retrieve a password from the system. Therefore if a customer forgets his/her password, he/she must approach the branch for re-registration.

Bank’s terms:

1. All requests received from customers are logged for backend fulfilment and are effective from the time they are recorded at the branch.

2. Rules and regulations applicable to normal banking transactions in India will be applicable mutatis mutandis for the transactions executed through this site.

3. The OnlineSBI service cannot be claimed as a right. The bank may also convert this into a discretionary service anytime.

4. Dispute between the customer and the Bank in this service is subject to the jurisdiction of the courts in the Republic of India and governed by the laws prevailing in India.

5. The Bank reserves the right to modify the services offered or the Terms of Service (Terms & Conditions) of ‘OnlineSBI’. The changes will be notified to the customers through a notification on the Site.

Customer’s obligations:

1. The customer has an obligation to maintain secrecy in regard to Username & Password registered with the Bank. The bank presupposes that login using valid Username and Password is a valid session initiated by none other than the customer.

2. Transaction executed through a valid session will be construed by SBI to have emanated from the registered customer and will be binding on him/her.

3. The customer will not attempt or permit others to attempt accessing the ‘OnlineSBI’ through any unlawful means.

Do’s & Don’ts:

1. The customer should keep his/her User ID and password strictly confidential and should not divulge the same to any other person. Any loss sustained by the customer due to non-compliance of this condition will be at his/her own risk and responsibility and the Bank will not be liable for the same in any manner.

2. The customer is free to choose a password of his/her own for OnlineSBI services. As a precaution a password that is generic in nature, guessable or inferable personal data such as name, address, telephone member, driving license, date of birth etc. is best avoided. Similarly it is a good practice to commit the password to memory rather than writing it down somewhere.

3. It may not be safe to leave the computer unattended during a valid session. This might give access to your account information to others.

 

 

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Property Rates in Hyderabad | Property Prices/Trends in Hyderabad | MagicBricks

August 9, 2012 Leave a comment

Property Rates & Property Trends in Hyderabad

ResidentialCommercial

     

· Multistorey Apartment

· Builder Floor Apartment

· Residential Plot

· Residential House

APR-JUN 2012

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·Jan-Mar 2010

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·AS Rao Nagar

·Alwal

·Ameerpet

·Attapur

·Bandalguda

·Banjara Hills

·Beearamguda

·Begumpet

·Bibi nagar

·Bowangiri

·Bowenpally

·Chanda Nagar

·Dammaiguda

·ECIL

·Gachibowli

·Ghatkesar

·Hitech City

·Jubilee Hills

·KPHB Colony

·Komapally

·Kompalli

·Kondapur

·Kothur

·Kukatpally

·Madhapur

·Madinaguda

·Maheshwaram

·Malkajgiri

·Mallapur

·Manikonda

·Masab Tank

·Mehedipatnam

·Miyapur

·Nallagandla

·Nizampet

·Padamrao Nagar

·S R Nagar

·Sainikpuri

·Saket

·Secunderabad

·Shad Nagar

·Shaikpet

·Shamshabad

·Shankarpalli

·Somajiguda

·Srinagar Colony

·Tarnaka

·Uppal

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Residential Property Rates & Trends of Multistorey Apartment for Apr-Jun 2012

Locality

 

AS Rao Nagar

Alwal

Ameerpet

Attapur

Bandalguda

Banjara Hills

Begumpet

Bowenpally

Chanda Nagar

ECIL

Gachibowli

Hitech City

Jubilee Hills

KPHB Colony

Komapally

Kompalli

Kondapur

Kukatpally

Madhapur

Madinaguda

Locality Name

Sale

Price Range (Rs./Sq-ft) is the average price range associated with the property being viewed in Apr-Jun 2012
Average Price(Rs./Sq-ft) is the average price (mean) for the property type being viewed in Apr-Jun 2012
Q-o-Q is the Quarter on Quarter change in price. This shows the % change in price from last quarter

Price Range
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Average Price
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Q-o-Q

2,069-2,481

2,275

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1,774-2,089

1,932

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3,401-3,777

3,589

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2,296-2,569

2,432

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2,066

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4,733-5,526

5,130

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3,229-6,002

4,615

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2,216-2,402

2,309

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2,037-2,379

2,208

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2,034-2,254

2,144

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3,537-3,991

3,764

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3,966-4,335

4,150

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4,350-5,306

4,828

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2,989-3,493

3,241

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2,156-2,392

2,274

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2,054-2,245

2,149

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3,092-3,369

3,230

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2,891-3,130

3,010

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3,415-3,978

3,696

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2,461-2,663

2,562

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Sale

Price Range (Rs./Sq-ft) is the average price range associated with the property being viewed in Apr-Jun 2012
Average Price(Rs./Sq-ft) is the average price (mean) for the property type being viewed in Apr-Jun 2012
Q-o-Q is the Quarter on Quarter change in price. This shows the % change in price from last quarter

Price Range
(Rs./Sq-ft)

Average Price
(Rs./Sq-ft)

Q-o-Q

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2,275

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1,774-2,089

1,932

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3,401-3,777

3,589

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2,296-2,569

2,432

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1,953-2,179

2,066

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4,733-5,526

5,130

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3,229-6,002

4,615

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2,216-2,402

2,309

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2,037-2,379

2,208

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2,034-2,254

2,144

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3,537-3,991

3,764

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3,966-4,335

4,150

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4,350-5,306

4,828

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2,989-3,493

3,241

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2,156-2,392

2,274

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2,054-2,245

2,149

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3,092-3,369

3,230

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2,891-3,130

3,010

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3,415-3,978

3,696

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2,461-2,663

2,562

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Price Range (Rs./Sq-ft) is the average price range associated with the property being viewed in Apr-Jun 2012
Average Price(Rs./Sq-ft) is the average price (mean) for the property type being viewed in Apr-Jun 2012
Q-o-Q is the Quarter on Quarter change in price. This shows the % change in price from last quarter

Price Range
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Average Price
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16

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12

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14

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13-15

14

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15

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9-11

10

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9-10

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Rent

Price Range (Rs./Sq-ft) is the average price range associated with the property being viewed in Apr-Jun 2012
Average Price(Rs./Sq-ft) is the average price (mean) for the property type being viewed in Apr-Jun 2012
Q-o-Q is the Quarter on Quarter change in price. This shows the % change in price from last quarter

Price Range
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Average Price
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Categories: Constructions

ICICI Demat Fee Schedule

August 9, 2012 Leave a comment

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Bank Fee Schedule:

Minimum balance requirement

An average minimum balance of Rs. 5000 is to be maintained during each quarter, failing which Rs. 750 will be levied / debited from the customer’s bank account.
In case of an insufficient balance to debit Rs. 750, ICICI Bank will have right to close the account of the customer.

Demat Account Fee Schedule for Resident Non-Corporates (With effect from June 01, 2005 ):

 

Fee Head

DP Charges

1

A/c opening Charges

NIL

2

Annual Services Charges

Rs.500/-payable

1.In the month of April each year, for the accounts opened on or before March 31,2002.
2. For the Accounts opened on or after April 1, 2002 , annual service charges are payable one year from account opening date & continued thereof
(That is if the account is opened on August 14, 2006 then it is charged for August 14, 2006 to August 13, 2007.)

(waived for all ICICIDirect.com customers for the first financial year in which they open the account)

(Rs.450/- for customers receiving statement by e-mail)

3

Agreement Stamp Paper

Rs. 100/-

4

Transaction Charges

 

Market and Off market BUY

Nil

 

Market and Off-Market SELL

Nil for trades through ICICIdirect.com

0.04% (minimum Rs. 10/-) for e-instructions through internet

0.04% (minimum Rs. 15/-) for e-instructions through call center

0.04% (minimum Rs. 30/-) for instructions submitted at branches

 

Extra charges for processing of TIFDs submitted late

Rs. 10/- per ISIN for instructions submitted at branches

5

Rejection/fails

Rs.30/-

6

Demat Charges

Rs.35/- per request and Rs. 2/- extra for each certificate

7

Remat Charges

Rs. 20/- for each request form

8

Closure of Account

Nil

9

Pledge Creation /Closure/Invocation/

Confirmation (% of value for each ISIN in each request)

0.02% (minimum Rs. 15/-), if ICICI Bank is counter party

0.04% (minimum Rs. 30/-), if ICICI Bank not a counter party

10

Additional Account Statements

Rs. 20/-

  • In addition to above , NSDL charges as applicable from time to time are recoverable.

Current NSDL charges:

Market and Off-Market SELL

Rs. 6/- per debit instruction & nil for commercial paper and short term debt instruments (included in the brokerage structure of ICICIDirect.com customers)

Remat

Rs.10/- per certificate.

Pledge Creation

Rs. 25/- per instruction

  • The value of shares and charges is calculated as per NSDL formula and rates.
  • There will be a charge of Rs. 100/- for dishonour of any cheque or unsuccessful attempt to recover payment through direct debit or ECS. The depository services are liable to discontinuation if ICICI Bank is unable to recover charges from the customer for any reason whatsoever. In such cases there will be a charge of Rs. 250/- for resumption of services and the services will be resumed after a minimum of three working days from the date of receipt of request at Central Processing Office, Mumbai.
  • Any service that is not indicated above will be charged separately as per the rates applicable from time to time.
  • ICICI Bank reserves the right to revise the tariff structure from time to time, with notice of 30 days. The notice may be given by ordinary post or by an advertisement in a national daily.
  • If the Demat Account is closed during the year, no pro-rata refund of Annual Service Charge will be made.

Two options for the recovery of Demat Service Charges:

Option I – Only customers who have a Depository relationship will be required to pay an advance fee for each Demat Account, which will be adjusted against service charges. The customer will also undertake to replenish the balance immediately when it falls below the threshold amount, as specified below:

 

STANDARD

Advance Amount

Rs. 2500/-

Threshold Amount

Rs. 1000/-

Option II – Customers who have a banking relationship with ICICI Bank will provide a debit authorization for the recovery of service charge.

Source: Fee Schedule

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How to Troubleshoot Basic TCP/IP Problems

August 8, 2012 Leave a comment

SUMMARY

This article describes how to troubleshoot some common network communication problems you may experience when you use TCP/IP as your network protocol. These problems usually fall into one of the following two categories:

· You are unable to connect to a specific IP address.

· You are unable to connect to a specific host or NetBIOS name.

If you are unable to connect to a specific IP address, the problem is related to basic connectivity. If you are able to connect to a specific IP address, but you are not able to connect using the host or NetBIOS name for that IP address, the problem is related to name resolution.
NOTE: All of the troubleshooting steps below will work on the NT and 2000 platforms, but may not work on the Win9x (except Win ME) platforms. However, the basic diagnostic and troubleshooting methods are the same for all of these Windows operating systems.

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To determine whether the problem is related to basic connectivity or name resolution, use the following procedure to determine whether you can connect to a specific IP address.

Connect to an IP Address

Try to connect to another computer on your network using its IP address and the TCP/IP program or utility of your choice. Web browsers, ftp, and Telnet are some programs and utilities commonly used to connect to other computers with TCP/IP.
NOTE: If you do not know the IP address for your Windows NT or 2000 computer that you are attempting to connect to, run the IPCONFIG /ALL command at a command prompt on the other computer.
If you cannot connect to the other computer using its IP address, there is a basic connectivity problem. Use the information in the "Unable to Connect to a Specific IP Address" section below to resolve your issue. If you can connect to the other computer using its IP address, but you are not able to connect using the host or NetBIOS name of the other computuer, there is probably a name resolution problem. Use the information in the "Unable to Connect to a Specific Host or NetBIOS Name" section below to resolve your issue.

UNABLE TO CONNECT TO A SPECIFIC IP ADDRESS

Follow the procedures in each of the following sections in order. After you finish each procedure, check to see if you can connect to the other computer using its IP address.

Check Your TCP/IP Configuration

When you use TCP/IP as your network protocol, an incorrect TCP/IP setting (such as an incorrect IP address or an incorrect subnet mask) can cause communication problems. To determine whether Windows NT or 2000 has recorded an error due to an incorrect TCP/IP setting, examine the Event Viewer system log and look for any entry with TCP/IP or DHCP as the source. To read an Event Viewer entry, double-click the entry.
NOTE: If Event Viewer records a DHCP error, you should report the error to your network administrator.
If you receive TCP/IP errors in the Event Viewer system log, resolve each error received as indicated by the error message. For example, if you receive an error stating that the IP address parameter is incorrect, you should verify that your IP address is valid.
If there are no errors in the Event Viewer system log, follow these steps to make sure that the correct TCP/IP configuration information is being used:

1. Use the IPCONFIG command to determine your computer’s basic TCP/IP settings. To do so, type ipconfig at a command prompt.

2. Verify that the IP address and subnet mask displayed by the IPCONFIG command are the correct values for your computer. If you are not sure what the correct values are, contact your network administrator.

Ping the Loopback Address

Use the PING command to verify that TCP/IP is working properly. To do so, ping the loopback address (127.0.0.1) by typing the following command at a command prompt:

ping 127.0.0.1

You should receive a response similar to the following:

Pinging 127.0.0.1 with 32 bytes of data:

Reply from 127.0.0.1: bytes=32 time=<10ms TTL=128

Reply from 127.0.0.1: bytes=32 time=<10ms TTL=128

Reply from 127.0.0.1: bytes=32 time=<10ms TTL=128

Reply from 127.0.0.1: bytes=32 time=<10ms TTL=128

If you receive an error message at this point, TCP/IP is not properly installed. To remove and reinstall TCP/IP, follow these steps:
NOTE: You must be logged on as a user with Administrator rights to complete these steps.

1. In Control Panel, double-click Network, and then click the Protocols tab.

2. Click TCP/IP Protocol to select it, click Remove, and then click Yes.

3. Click Close, and then click Yes to restart the computer.

4. Log on as a user with Administrator rights.

5. In Control Panel, double-click Network, and then click the Protocols tab.

6. Click Add, click TCP/IP Protocol to select it, and then click OK.

7. If you want to use DHCP, click Yes when prompted. If you do not want to use DHCP, click No.

8. When prompted, type the path for the Windows NT source files, click Continue, and then click Close.

9. If you are not using DHCP, you are prompted for your TCP/IP configuration information. Provide the appropriate values, and then click OK. If you are not sure what the appropriate values are, contact your network administrator.

10. Click No when you are prompted to restart your computer. If you have installed a Windows NT Service Pack, you need to reinstall the Service Pack before you restart your computer.

11. Restart your computer.

If you receive an error message while removing and reinstalling TCP/IP, you may need to manually remove TCP/IP from the Windows NT registry. For information about manually removing TCP/IP from the Windows NT registry, see the following article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:

151237

(http://support.microsoft.com/kb/151237/EN-US/ )

Error Message When Installing TCP/IP or Adding TCP/IP Service

Ping Your Computer’s IP Address

If you can ping the loopback address successfully, attempt to ping your own IP address by typing ping <IP address> at a command prompt, where <IP address> is your computer’s IP address.
NOTE: If you do not know your computer’s IP address, you can obtain that information by typing ipconfig at a command prompt.
You should receive a response similar to the following:

Pinging <###.###.###.###> with 32 bytes of data:

Reply from <###.###.###.###>: bytes=32 time=77ms TTL=28

Reply from <###.###.###.###>: bytes=32 time=80ms TTL=28

Reply from <###.###.###.###>: bytes=32 time=78ms TTL=28

Reply from <###.###.###.###>: bytes=32 time=79ms TTL=28

Where <###.###.###.###> is your computer’s IP address.
If you receive an error message at this point, there may be a communication problem between Windows NT and your network adapter. To correct this problem, remove and reinstall your network adapter driver. To do so, follow these steps:
NOTE: You must be logged on as a user with Administrator rights to complete these steps.

1. In Control Panel, double-click Network, and then click the Adapters tab.

2. Click your network adapter driver to select it, click Remove, and then click Yes.

3. Click Close, and then click Yes to restart your computer.

4. Log on as a user with Administrator rights.

5. In Control Panel, double-click Network, and then click the Adapters tab.

6. Click Add, click your network adapter driver to select it, and then click OK.

7. Use the dialog box(es) provided to configure your network adapter, and then click OK.

8. When prompted, type the path for the Windows NT source files, click Continue, and then click Close.

9. When you are prompted for your TCP/IP configuration information, provide the appropriate values, and then click OK. If you are not sure what the appropriate values are, contact your network administrator.

10. Click No when you are prompted to restart your computer. If you have installed a Windows NT Service Pack, you need to reinstall the Service Pack before you restart your computer.

11. Restart your computer.

If you are unable to ping your computer’s IP address after removing and reinstalling your network adapter driver, contact the manufacturer of your network adapter to verify that you are using the appropriate Windows NT driver for your network adapter.

Clear the Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) Cache

The address resolution protocol (ARP) cache is a list of recently resolved IP address to Media Access Control (MAC) address mappings. The MAC address is the unique physical address embedded in each network adapter.
If an entry in the ARP cache is incorrect, IP datagrams may be sent to the wrong computer. To display all mappings currently in the ARP cache, use the ARP command by typing arp -a at a command prompt. You should receive either a "No ARP Entries Found" message (if the ARP cache is empty) or a response similar to the following:

Interface: 10.1.1.3 on Interface 2

Internet Address Physical Address Type

10.1.1.7 08-00-02-06-ed-20 dynamic

10.1.1.254 08-00-02-0a-a3-10 dynamic

To remove any incorrect entries in the ARP cache, clear all entries using the following command:

arp -d <IP address>

Where <IP address> is an Internet address stored in the ARP cache. Use this command for each entry in the ARP cache until all entries have been deleted.
For more information on the syntax, options, and usage of the ARP command, type arp -? at a command prompt.

Verify the Default Gateway

Use the IPCONFIG command to determine the IP address that your computer uses to access your default gateway. To do so, type "ipconfig" (without quotation marks) at a command prompt. Verify that the IP address displayed for your default gateway is correct. If you do not know the correct IP address for your default gateway, contact your network administrator.
When you have verified that you have the correct IP address for your default gateway, use the PING command to verify that you can ping your default gateway’s IP address. You should receive a response similar to the following:

Pinging <###.###.###.###> with 32 bytes of data:

Reply from <###.###.###.###>: bytes=32 time=77ms TTL=28

Reply from <###.###.###.###>: bytes=32 time=80ms TTL=28

Reply from <###.###.###.###>: bytes=32 time=78ms TTL=28

Reply from <###.###.###.###>: bytes=32 time=79ms TTL=28

Where <###.###.###.###> is the IP address of your default gateway.
If your default gateway is not connected to the network or not functioning properly, you may receive a response similar to the following:

Pinging <###.###.###.###> with 32 bytes of data:

Request timed out.

Request timed out.

Request timed out.

Request timed out.

If you cannot successfully ping your default gateway’s IP address, contact your network administrator to verify that your default gateway is connected to the network and functioning properly.

Ping the IP Address of the Other Computer

Try to ping the IP address of the other computer. To do so, type ping <IP address> where <IP address> is the IP address of the other computer. You should receive a response similar to the following:

Pinging <###.###.###.###> with 32 bytes of data:

Reply from <###.###.###.###>: bytes=32 time=77ms TTL=28

Reply from <###.###.###.###>: bytes=32 time=80ms TTL=28

Reply from <###.###.###.###>: bytes=32 time=78ms TTL=28

Reply from <###.###.###.###>: bytes=32 time=79ms TTL=28

Where <###.###.###.###> is the IP address of the other computer.
If there is an improperly configured router between your computer and the other computer, or if there is a problem with the other computer, you may receive a response similar to the following:

Pinging <###.###.###.###> with 32 bytes of data:

Request timed out.

Request timed out.

Request timed out.

Request timed out.

If your computer is on a different subnet than the other computer, try to ping the other computer from a computer that is on the same subnet as the other computer. If you cannot ping the other computer from a computer on the same subnet, ensure that the other computer is connected to the network and that you have the correct IP address for the other computer. If you can ping the other computer from a computer on the same subnet, contact your network administrator to resolve any routing problems that may exist on your network.

Verify Persistent Route Table Entries

Any computer using TCP/IP as a network protocol has a route table. The route a network packet takes from one computer using TCP/IP to another computer using TCP/IP is determined by the route table of the computer that sent the network packet.
Your computer’s route table is automatically rebuilt each time you restart your computer. You or your network administrator can add persistent (static) entries to your computer’s route table. Persistent entries are automatically reinserted in your route table each time your computer’s route table is rebuilt.
To view your computer’s route table, use the ROUTE command. To do so, typeroute print at a command prompt. You should receive a response similar to the following:

Active Routes:

Network Address Netmask Gateway Address Interface Metric

0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 10.1.1.254 10.1.1.3 1

10.1.0.0 255.255.0.0 10.1.1.3 10.1.1.3 1

10.1.1.3 255.255.255.255 127.0.0.1 127.0.0.1 1

10.255.255.255 255.255.255.255 10.1.1.3 10.1.1.3 1

127.0.0.1 255.0.0.0 127.0.0.1 127.0.0.1 1

224.0.0.0 224.0.0.0 10.1.1.3 10.1.1.3 1

255.255.255.255 255.255.255.255 10.1.1.3 10.1.1.3 1

Verify with your network administrator that all persistent entries in your computer’s route table are valid.
For more information on routing, route tables, and the ROUTE command, see the following article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:

140859

(http://support.microsoft.com/kb/140859/EN-US/ )

TCP/IP Routing Basics for Windows NT

Use the TRACERT Command

The TRACERT command reports each router or gateway crossed by a TCP/IP packet on its way to another host. To use the TRACERT command to trace the route between your computer and the other computer, type tracert <IP address> at a command prompt, where <IP address> is the IP address of the other computer. You should receive a response similar to the following:

Tracing route to <IP address> over a maximum of 30 hops:

1 <10 ms <10 ms <10 ms <###.###.###.###>

2 50 ms 50 ms 51 ms <###.###.###.###>

3 250 ms 80 ms 50 ms <###.###.###.###>

Trace complete.

Where each <###.###.###.###> is the IP address of a different router.
If there is a problem with one of the routers that the network packet tries to cross, you may receive a response similar to the following:

Tracing route to <IP address> over a maximum of 30 hops:

1 <10 ms <10 ms <10 ms <###.###.###.###>

2 * * * Request timed out.

3 * * * Request timed out.

4 * * * Request timed out.

If there is a configuration error on one of the routers between your computer and the other computer, you may receive a response similar to the following:

Tracing route to <IP address> over a maximum of 30 hops:

1 <10 ms <10 ms <10 ms <###.###.###.###>

2 50 ms 50 ms 51 ms <###.###.###.###>

3 <###.###.###.###> reports: Destination net unreachable.

You may also receive a response similar to the one above when there is a proxy or a firewall between your computer and the other computer.
If you are not able to obtain a successful response using the TRACERT command to trace the route between your computer and the other computer, contact your network administrator to determine if there is a routing problem between your computer and the other computer.
For more information on the TRACERT command, see the following article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:

162326

(http://support.microsoft.com/kb/162326/EN-US/ )

Using TRACERT to Troubleshoot TCP/IP Problems in Windows NT

Verify Server Services on the Other Computer

Verify that the appropriate server services are running on the other computer. For example, if you are attempting to use the Telnet tool to connect to the other computer, make sure that the other computer is configured as a Telnet server.
To verify that the appropriate server service is running on the other computer, attempt to connect to the other computer from another computer that is on the same subnet as the other computer. If you cannot connect to the other computer from a computer on the same subnet, contact the network administrator to verify that the server service is configured and functioning properly on the other computer. If you can connect to the other computer from a computer on the same subnet, contact your network administrator to resolve any routing problems that may exist on your network.

Check IP Security on the Server

Port settings for services on the other computer may be different than the port settings you are using to connect. The following chart lists some standard port settings for various protocols:

Port: Protocol:

—– ———

80 HTTP

21 FTP

23 Telnet

70 Gopher

Use the Telnet tool to verify that the other computer is configured to permit connections on the same port you are using to connect. To do so, type the following line at a command prompt:

telnet <IP address> <port>

Where <IP address> is the IP address of the other computer and <port> is the port you are attempting to make a connection on. For example, if you are attempting to make an ftp connection to the other computer on port 21, type telnet <IP address> 21.
If you do not receive an error message, the other computer is configured to permit connections on that port. You should be able to make a connection using the appropriate service on that port.
If you receive an error message, the other computer may not be configured to permit connections on that port. Contact the network administrator to obtain a valid port number for the service on the other computer.

Unable to Connect to a Specific Host or NETBios Name

If you are able to connect to the other computer using its IP address, but you are not able to connect to the other computer using its host or NetBIOS name, there may be a name resolution problem. There are many methods that can be used to accomplish name resolution on a network including the following:

· HOSTS files

· Domain Name Service (DNS)

· LMHOSTS files

· Windows Internet Name Service (WINS)

If you are uncertain which methods are used to accomplish name resolution on your network, contact your network administrator. Follow the procedures in each of the following sections in order. After you finish each procedure, check to see if you can connect to the other computer using its host name or NetBIOS name.

Check the HOSTS File

The HOSTS file is a text file that you can edit with any text editor (such as Notepad). If your network uses HOSTS files for host name resolution and you cannot connect to the other computer using its host name, there may be an invalid entry in your HOSTS file. Search your HOSTS file for the host name of the other computer, verify that there is only one entry per host name, and then verify that the entry for the host name of the other computer is valid.
For more information on the HOSTS file, see the sample HOSTS file in the %SystemRoot%\System32\Drivers\Etc folder.

Check Your Domain Name Service (DNS) Configuration

A Domain Name Service (DNS) server provides host name resolution. If your network uses DNS for host name resolution and you cannot connect to the other computer using its host name, there may be a problem with your computer’s DNS configuration or with the DNS server on your network.
To determine if there is a problem with your computer’s DNS configuration, follow these steps:

1. Type ipconfig /all at a command prompt to display the IP address of your DNS server. If the IP address for your DNS server is not displayed, contact your network administrator to obtain the IP address for your DNS server.

2. Verify that you can communicate with your DNS server by pinging your DNS server’s IP address. You should see a reply similar to the following:

3. Pinging <###.###.###.###> with 32 bytes of data:

4.

5. Reply from <###.###.###.###>: bytes=32 time=77ms TTL=28

6. Reply from <###.###.###.###>: bytes=32 time=80ms TTL=28

7. Reply from <###.###.###.###>: bytes=32 time=78ms TTL=28

8. Reply from <###.###.###.###>: bytes=32 time=79ms TTL=28

Where <###.###.###.###> is the IP address of the DNS server.

If you cannot ping the IP address of your DNS server successfully, contact your network administrator to verify that you have the correct IP address for your DNS server and that your DNS server is connected to the network and functioning properly.
If you can ping the IP address of your DNS server, but cannot resolve the host name of the other computer, your DNS server may not be resolving host names properly. If more than one DNS server is available on your network, configure your computer to use a different DNS server. If another DNS server resolves the host name of the other computer properly or if there is no other DNS server to use, contact your network administrator to correct the problem with the original DNS server.
When you have verified the correct IP address for your DNS server, update your computer’s TCP/IP settings. If you are using a dial-up connection to connect to your network, you need to change only the TCP/IP settings in your Dial-Up Networking phone book entry with the correct IP address for your DNS server.
To change or add a valid IP address for your DNS server in your computer’s TCP/IP settings, follow these steps:

1. In Control Panel, double-click Network, and then click the Protocols tab.

2. Click TCP/IP Protocol to select it, click Properties, and then click the DNS tab.

3. If you are adding a DNS server, click Add. If you are editing an existing server, click the IP address for the appropriate DNS server, and then click Edit.

4. Type the correct IP address for the DNS server, and then click OK.

5. Click OK, and then click OK again. You may need to restart your computer after this step.

To change or add a valid IP address for your DNS server for a Dial-Up Networking phonebook entry, follow these steps:

1. In Dial-Up Networking, click the appropriate entry in the Phonebook Entry To Dial box.

2. Click More, and then click Edit Entry And Modem Properties.

3. Click the Server tab, and then click the TCP/IP Settings button.

4. Click Specify Name Server Addresses, and then type the correct IP address in the Primary DNS box.

Check the LMHOSTS File

The LMHOSTS file is a text file that you can edit with any text editor (such as Notepad). If your network uses LMHOSTS files for NetBIOS name resolution and you cannot connect to the other computer using its NetBIOS name, there may be an invalid entry in your LMHOSTS file. Search your LMHOSTS file for the NetBIOS name of the other computer, verify that there is only one entry per NetBIOS name, and then verify that the entry for the NetBIOS name of the other computer is correct.
If there are any #INCLUDE entries or any #BEGIN_ALTERNATE to #END_ALTERNATE blocks of lines in your LMHOSTS file, temporarily disable all such lines or blocks of lines by placing the pound (#) character and one space at the beginning of each line to be disabled.
If disabling these lines or blocks of lines resolves the problem, re- enable the lines or blocks of lines one at a time until the problem reoccurs. When you have determined that a specific line or block of lines causes a problem, check the LMHOSTS files that the lines point to.
For more information on the LMHOSTS file, see the Lmhosts.sam sample file located in the %SystemRoot%\System32\Drivers\Etc folder.

Check Your Windows Internet Name Service (WINS) Configuration

A Windows Internet Name Service (WINS) server provides NetBIOS name resolution. If your network uses WINS for NetBIOS name resolution and you cannot connect to the other computer using its NetBIOS name, there may be a problem with your computer’s WINS configuration or with the WINS server on your network.
To determine if there is a problem with your computer’s WINS configuration, follow these steps:

1. Type ipconfig /all at a command prompt to display the IP address of your WINS server. If the IP address for your WINS server is not displayed, contact your network administrator to obtain the IP address for your WINS server.

2. Verify that you can communicate with your WINS server by pinging your WINS server’s IP address. You should see a reply similar to the following:

3. Pinging <###.###.###.###> with 32 bytes of data:

4.

5. Reply from <###.###.###.###>: bytes=32 time=77ms TTL=28

6. Reply from <###.###.###.###>: bytes=32 time=80ms TTL=28

7. Reply from <###.###.###.###>: bytes=32 time=78ms TTL=28

8. Reply from <###.###.###.###>: bytes=32 time=79ms TTL=28

Where <###.###.###.###> is the IP address of the WINS server.

If you cannot ping the IP address of your WINS server, contact your network administrator to verify that you have the correct IP address for your WINS server and that your WINS server is connected to the network and functioning properly.
If you can ping the IP address of your WINS server, but cannot resolve the NetBIOS name of the other computer, your WINS server may not be resolving NetBIOS names properly. If more than one WINS server is available on your network, configure your computer to use a different WINS server. If another WINS server resolves the NetBIOS name of the other computer properly or if there is no other WINS server to use, contact your network administrator to correct the problem with the original WINS server.
When you have verified the correct IP address for your WINS server, update your computer’s TCP/IP settings. If you are using a dial-up connection to connect to your network, you need to change only the TCP/IP settings in your Dial-Up Networking phone book entry with the correct IP address for your WINS server.
To change or add a valid IP address for your WINS server in your computer’s TCP/IP settings, follow these steps:

1. In Control Panel, double-click Network, and then click the Protocols tab.

2. Click TCP/IP Protocol to select it, click Properties, and then click the WINS Address tab.

3. Type the correct WINS server IP address in the Primary WINS Server box, and then click OK.

4. Click Close, and then click Yes to restart your computer.

To change or add a valid IP address for your WINS server for a Dial-Up Networking phonebook entry, follow these steps:

1. In Dial-Up Networking, click the appropriate entry in the Phonebook Entry To Dial box.

2. Click More, and then click Edit Entry And Modem Properties.

3. Click the Server tab, and then click the TCP/IP Settings button.

4. Click Specify Name Server Addresses, and then type the correct IP address in the Primary WINS box.

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EPF: Launch of Electronic Challan Cum Return

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क्मचारी भविष्य निधि संगठि
(श्र् एिं रोजगार ्ंत्राऱय, भारत सरकार)
EMPLOYEES’ PROVIDENT FUND ORGANISATION
(Ministry of Labour & Employment, Govt. of India)
्ख्ु य कायाऱम य /Head Office
BHAVISHYA NIDHI BHAWAN, 14, Bhikaiji Cama Place, New Delhi – 110 066.
Attention
All Establishments covered under EPF
EPFO is introducing Electronic Challan cum Return (ECR) from April, 2012 for
remittance of contributions by all employers with a view to provide:-
 Greater transparency.
 Better quality of service to Employees.
 Greater convenience and ease to Employers.
Advantages to all stakeholders:
 Automatic updation of accounts on receipt of contribution by EPFO.
 Employers can download Annual Accounts slips for their employees for the year
2010-2011 onwards from our website.
 No need to file returns in Form 5, 10, 12A, 3A, 6A by employer of un-exempted
establishment and 3PS, 4PS, 5PS, 6PS, 7PS, 8PS by the employees of PF
Exempted Establishment.
 No need for annual updation of accounts.
 Members can get the detailed account statements with all credit and debit on
request through our website  w.e.f. 1st May 2012 (after launching of Member eSewa)
Action by Employers:
 Employers/Authorized Signatory are required to register their establishment on
EPFO website http://www.epfindia.gov.in for their user ID and Password with effect
from 20
th
March, 2012 for filing the Electronic Challan cum Return (ECR) for
wage month of March 2012 (payable in April 2012) onward.
For further details and steps to be followed for depositing contributions through ECR,
please visit EPFO website http://www.epfindia.gov.in (Link –“ Employer e-Sewa”)

 

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Classification of Indian cities – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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The Classification of Indian cities comprises ranking system used by the Government of India to allocate House rent allowance to the public servants employed in different cities in the country. The cities has been classified as X, Y and Z, on the basis of their population, as recommended by the Sixth Central Pay Commission in 2008.[1]

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[edit] Earlier criteria

Before the Sixth Central Pay Commission, the classification of cities in India was based on two parameters — Compensatory City Allowance (CCA), further divided into categories A-1, A, B-1 and B-2, and House Rent Allowance (HRA), further divided into categories A-1, A, B-1, B-2 and C. This classification was initially based on the recommendations of the Fifth Central Pay Commission of India (1997). City statuses were later revised based on the results of the 2001 Census of India. [2]

[edit] Current criteria

Under the recommendation of the Sixth Central Pay Commission, the compensatory city allowance was abolished in 2008. The earlier classification of cities was changed from A-1 to X, A, B-1 and B-2 to Y and C and unclassified cities to Z.[1]

HRA classification

City

X

Bangalore

X

Chennai

X

Delhi

X

Hyderabad

X

Kolkata

X

Mumbai

Y

Ahmedabad

Y

Jaipur

Y

Kanpur

Y

Nagpur

Y

Lucknow

Y

Patna

Y

Pune

Y

Surat

Y

Visakhapatnam

Y

Vijayawada

Y

Kochi

Y

coimbatore

Y

Rajahmundry

Y

Thiruvananthapuram

Y

Bhopal

Y

Vadodara

Y

Ludhiana

Y

Agra

Y

Madurai

Y

Nashik

Y

Faridabad

Y

Varanasi

Y

Rajkot

Y

Jabalpur

Y

Jamshedpur

Y

Allahabad

Y

Amritsar

Y

Indore

Y

Gorakhpur

Y

Hubli-Dharwad

Y

Bhavnagar

Y

Raipur

Y

Mysore

Y

Mangalore

Y

Guntur

Y

Bhubaneshwar

Y

Amravati

Y

Aurangabad

Y

Srinagar

Y

Bhilai

Y

Warangal

Y

Kakinada

Y

Nellore

Y

Solapur

Y

Ranchi

Y

Guwahati

Y

Gwalior

Y

Chandigarh

Y

Patiala

Y

Jodhpur

Y

Tiruchirapalli

Y

Pondicherry

Y

Salem

Z

Other cities

[edit] Historical classification

The cities were classified as follows before the Sixth Central Pay Commission’s recommendations were followed in 2008:

CCA classification

HRA classification

City

A-1

A-1 [3]

Bangalore

A-1

A-1[4]

Chennai

A-1

A-1

Delhi

A-1

A-1[5]

Hyderabad

A-1

A-1[4]

Kolkata

A-1

A-1

Mumbai

A

A

Ahmedabad

A

A

Jaipur

A

A

Kanpur

A

A

Nagpur

A

A

Lucknow

A

A

Patna

A

A

Pune

A

A

Surat

B-1

B-1

Kochi

B-1

B-1

Coimbatore

B-1

B-1

Visakhapatnam

B-1

B-1

Vijayawada

B-1

B-1

Bhopal

B-1

B-1

Vadodara

B-1

B-1

Ludhiana

B-1

B-1

Agra

B-1

B-1

Madurai

B-1

B-1

Nashik

B-1

B-2

Faridabad

B-1

B-2

Varanasi

B-1

B-2

Rajkot

B-1

B-2

Jabalpur

B-1

B-2

Jamshedpur

B-1

B-2

Allahabad

B-1

B-2

Amritsar

B-1

B-2

Indore

B-1

C

Dhanbad

B-2

B-2

Gorakhpur

B-2

B-2

Hubli-Dharwad

B-2

B-2

Bhavnagar

B-2

B-2

Raipur

B-2

B-2

Mysore

B-2

B-2

Mangalore

B-2

B-2

Guntur

B-2

B-2

Bhubaneshwar

B-2

B-2

Amravati

B-2

B-2

Aurangabad

B-2

B-2

Srinagar

B-2

B-2

Bhilai

B-2

B-2

Warangal

B-2

B-2

Kakinada

B-2

B-2

Nellore

B-2

B-2

Rajahmundry

B-2

B-2

Solapur

B-2

B-2

Thiruvananthapuram

B-2

B-2

Ranchi

B-2

B-2

Guwahati

B-2

B-2

Gwalior

B-2

B-2

Chandigarh

B-2

B-2

Patiala

B-2

B-2

Jodhpur

B-2

B-2

Tiruchirapalli

B-2

B-2

Pondicherry

B-2

B-2

Salem

B-2

C

Dehradun

B-2

C

Sangli

B-2

C

Kozhikode

B-2

C

Jamnagar

B-2

C

Jammu

B-2

C

Kurnool

B-2

C

Roorkee

B-2

C

Etawah

B-2

C

Belgaum

[edit] See also

[edit] References

1. ^ a b "Recommendations of the Sixth Central Pay Commission". Government of India. http://india.gov.in/govt/studies/allowances.pdf. Retrieved 20 February 2012.

2. ^ http://finmin.nic.in/the_ministry/dept_expenditure/miscellaneous/hracca.pdf

3. ^ "Upgradation of Bangalore as A-1 class city for the purpose of House Rent Allowance/Compensatory ( City) Allowance". Department of Expenditure. Ministry of Finance. 21 September. 2007

4. ^ a b WAGE POLICY & RELATED MATTERS. Department of Public Expenditure.

5. ^ Upgradation of Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation as A-1 class city for the purpose of House Rent Allowance/Compensatory (City) Allowance". Department of Expenditure. Ministry of Finance. 10 October. 2007

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