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Insecticide Act


The

Insecticides

Act, 1968

along with

THE INSECTICIDES RULES, 1971

as amended in 1999

with SHORT NOTES

THE INSECTICIDES ACT, 1968 

CONTENTS

  1. Short title, extent and commencement 

  2. Application of other laws not barred 

  3. Definitions 

  4. The Central Insecticides board 

  5. Registration Committee 

  6. Other Committees 

  7. Procedure for Board 

  8. Secretary and other officers

  9. Registration of Insecticides 

  10. Appeal against non-registration or cancellation 

  11. Power of revision of Central Government 

  12. Licensing Officers 

  13. Grant of license 

  14. Revocation, suspension and amendment of licenses 

  15. Appeal against the decision of a licensing officer 

  16. Central Insecticides Laboratory 

  17. Prohibition of import and manufacture of certain insecticides 

  18. Prohibition of sale, etc. of certain insecticides 

  19. Insecticide analysts 

  20. Insecticide Inspectors 

  21. Powers of insecticide inspectors 

  22. Procedure to be followed by Insecticide Inspectors

  23. Persons bound to disclose place where Insecticides are manufactured  or kept 

  24. Report of insecticide analyst 

  25. Confiscation 

  26. Notification of poisoning 

  27. Prohibition of sale, etc. of insecticide for reasons of public safety 

  28. Notification of cancellation of registration etc.

  29. Offences and punishment 

  30. Defense which may or may not be allowed in prosecutions under this  act 

  31. Cognizance and trial of offences 

  32. Magistrate’s power to impose enhanced penalties 

  33. Offences by companies 

  34. Power of the Central government to give directions 

  35. Protection of action taken in good faith 

  36. Power of the Central Government to make rules 

  37. Power of the State government to make rules 

  38. Exemption 





    INSECTICIDES ACT, 1968
    (46 of 1968)

    An Act to regulate the import, manufacture, sale, transport, distribution and use of insecticides with a view to prevent risk to human beings or animals, and for attars connected therewith

    Be it enacted by Parliament in the Nineteenth Year of the Republic of India as follows: 

    1. Short title, extent and commencement
    (1) This Act may be called the Insecticides Act, 1968. 
    (2) It extends to the whole of India.

    (3) It shall come into force on such date as the Central Government may, by notification in the Official Gazette, appoint and different dates may be appointed for different states and for different provisions of this Act. 

    2. Application of other laws not barred

    The provisions of this Act shall be in addition to, and not in derogation of, any other law for the time being in force. 

    3. Definitions

    In this Act, unless the context otherwise requires, - 

    (a) “animals” means animals useful to human beings and include fish and fowl, and such kinds of wild life as the Central Government may, by notification in the Official Gazette, specify, being kinds which in its opinion, it is desirable to protect or preserve; 

    (b) “Board” means the Central Insecticides Board constituted under section 4; 

    (c) “ Central Insecticides Laboratory” means the central Insecticides Laboratory established, or as the case may be, the institution specified under section 16; 

    (d) “import” means bringing into any place within the territories to which this Act extends from a place outside those territories; 

    (e) “insecticide” means- 

    (i) any substance specified in the schedule; or 


    \(ii) such other substance (including fungicides and insecticides) as the Central Government may, after consultation with the Board, by notification in the Official Gazette, include in the schedule from time to time; or 

    (iii) any preparation containing any one or more of such substances; 



    (f) “Insecticide Analyst” means an insecticide analyst appointed under section 19; 

    (g) “Insecticide Inspector” means an insecticide inspector appointed under section 20; 

    (h) “label” means any written, printed or graphic matter on the immediate package and on every other covering in which the package is placed or packed and includes any written, printed or graphic matter accompanying the insecticide; 

    (i) “licensing officer” means a licensing officer appointed under section 12; 

    (j) “manufacture”, in relation to any insecticide, includes- 



    (i) any process or part of a process for making, altering, finishing, packing, labeling, breaking up or otherwise treating or adopting any insecticide with a view to its sale, distribution or use but does not include the packing or breaking up of any insecticide in the ordinary course of retail business; and 

    (ii) any process by which preparation containing an insecticide is formulated; 

    (k) “misbranded” – an insecticide shall be deemed to be misbranded- 



    (i) if its label contains any statement, design or graphic representation relating thereto which is false or misleading in any material particular, or if its package is otherwise deceptive in respect of its contents; or 

    (ii) if it is an imitation of, or is also under the name of, another insecticide; or 

    (iii) if its label does not contain a warning or caution which may be necessary and sufficient, if compiled with to prevent risk to human beings or animals; or 

    (iv) if any word, statement or other information required by or under this Act to appear on the label is not displayed thereon in such conspicuous manner as the other words, statements, designs or graphic matter have been displayed on the label and in such terms as to render it likely to be read and understood by any ordinary individual under customary conditions of purchase and use; or 

    (v) if it is not packed or labeled as required by or under this Act; or 

    (vi) if it is not registered in the manner required by or under this Act; or 

    (vii) if the label contains any reference to registration other than the registration number; or 

    (viii) if the insecticide has a toxicity which is higher than the level prescribed or is mixed or packed with any substance so as to alter its nature or quality or contains any substance which is not included in the registration; 

    (l) “package” means a box, bottle, casket, tin, barrel, case, receptacle, sack, bag, wrapper, or other thing in which an insecticide is placed or packed; 

    (m) “premises” means any land, shop, stall or place, where any
    insecticide is sold or manufactured or stored or used, and
    includes any vehicle carrying insecticides; 

    (n) “prescribed” means prescribed by rules made under this Act; 

    (o) “registered”, with its grammatical variations and cognate
    expressions, means registered under this Act; 

    (p) “sale”, with it grammatical variations and cognate expressions,
    means the sale of any insecticide whether for cash or on credit
    and whether by wholesale or retail, and includes an agreement
    for sale, an offer for sale, the exposing for sale or having in
    possession for sale of any insecticide and includes also an
    attempt to sell any such insecticide; 

    (q) “State Government”, in relation to a Union territory, means the
    administrator thereof; 

    (r) “worker” means a person employed under a contract of service
    or apprenticeship. 

    4. The Central Insecticides Board 

    (1) The Central government shall, as soon as may be, constitute a
    Board to be called the Central Insecticides Board to advise the
    Central Government and State Governments on technical
    matters arising out of administration of this Act and to carry out
    the other functions assigned to the Board by or under this Act. 

    (2) The matters on which the Board may advise under sub-section
    (1) shall include matter relating to- 

    (a) the risk to human beings or animals involved in the use
    of insecticides and the safety measures necessary to
    prevent such risk; 

    (b) the manufacture, sale, storage, transport and distribution
    of insecticides with a view to ensure safety to human
    beings or animals. 

    (3) The Board shall consist of the following members, namely: 

    (i) the Director-General of Health Services, ex-officio,
    who shall be Chairman; 

    (ii) the Drugs Controller, India, ex-officio; 

    (iii) the Plant Protection Adviser to the Government of
    India, ex officio; 

    (iv) the Director of Storage and Inspection, Ministry of
    Food, Agriculture, Community Development and
    Co-operation (Department of food) ex officio 

    (v) the Chief Adviser of Factories, ex officio; 

    (vi) the Director-General, National Institute of
    Communicable Diseases, ex officio; 

    (vii) the Director-General, Indian Council of Agricultural
    Research, ex officio; 

    (viii) the Director-General, Indian Council of Medical
    Research, ex officio; 

    (ix) the Director, Zoological Survey of India, ex officio; 

    (x) the Director-General, Indian Standards Institution, ex
    officio; 

    (xi) the Director-General of Shipping, Ministry of Transport
    and Shipping, ex officio; 

    (xii) the Joint Director, Traffic (General), Ministry of
    Railways (Railway board), ex officio; 

    (xiii) the Secretary, Central Committee for Food Standards,
    ex officio; 

    (xiii-a) the Animal Husbandry Commissioner, Department of
    Agriculture, ex officio; 

    (xiii-b) the Joint Commissioner (Fisheries), Department of
    Agriculture, ex officio; 

    (xiii-c) the Deputy Inspector-General of Forests (Wild Life),
    Department of Agriculture ex officio; ] 

    (xiv) one person to represent the Ministry of Petroleum and
    Chemicals, to be nominated by the Central Government

    (xv) one pharmacology's to be nominated by the Central
    Government; 

    (xvi) one medical toxicologist to be nominated by the Central
    Government; 

    (xvii) one person who shall be in charge in industrial health and
    occupational hazards, to be nominated by the Central
    Government; 

    (xviii) two persons who shall in charge of Agriculture in States,
    to be nominated by the Central Government; 

    (xix) four persons, one of who shall be an expert in industrial
    health and occupational hazards, to be nominated by
    the Central Government; 

    (xx) one person to represent the Council of Scientific and
    Industrial Research, to be nominated by the Central
    Government; 

    [xxi) one Ecologist to be nominated by the Central
    Government] 

    (4) The persons nominated under clauses (xiv) to [xxi)] inclusive, of
    sub-section (3) shall, unless their seats become vacant earlier by
    registration, death or otherwise, hold office for three years from
    the date of their nomination but shall be eligible for
    re-nomination; 

    Provided that the persons nominated under clauses
    (xvii) and (xviii) shall hold office only for so long as they hold
    the appointments by virtue of which their nominations were
    made. 

    (5) No act or proceeding of the Board, the Registration Committee
    or any committee appointed under section 6; shall be called in
    question on the ground merely of the existence of any vacancy
    in, or any defect in the constitution of the Board, the
    Registration Committee or such committee, as the case may be]

    5. Registration Committee

    (1) The Central Government shall constitute a Registration
    Committee consisting of a Chairman, and not more than five
    persons who shall be members of the Board (including the
    Drugs Controller, India and the Plant Protection Adviser to the
    Government of India)- 

    (i) to register insecticides after scrutinizing their formulae and verifying claims made by the importer or the manufacturer, as the case may be, as regards their efficacy and safety to human beings and animals; and 

    (ii) to perform such other functions as are assigned to it by
    or under this Act. 

    (2) Where the Chairman is not a member of the Board, his term of
    office and other conditions of service shall be such as May be
    determined by the Central Government. 

    (3) Subject to the provisions of sub-section (2), a member of the
    Registration Committee shall hold office for so long as he is a
    member of the Board. 

    (4) The Committee may also co-opt such number of experts and
    for such purpose or period as it may deem fit, by any expert so
    co-opted shall have no right to vote. 

    (5) Registration Committee shall regulate its own procedure and the
    conduct of the business to be transacted by it. 

    6. Other Committees:

    The Board may appoint such committees as it deems fit and may
    appoint to them, persons who are not members of the Board to exercise such
    powers and perform such duties as may, subject to such conditions, if any, as
    the Board may impose, be delegated to them by the Board.


    7. Procedure for Board

    The Board may, subject to the previous approval of the Central
    government, make bye-laws for the purpose of regulating its own procedure
    and the procedure of any committee thereof and the conduct of all business to
    be transacted by it or such committee.

    8. Secretary and other officers

    The Central Government shall –

    (i) appoint a person to be the Secretary of the Board who shall
    also function as Secretary to the Registration Committee; and

    (ii) provide the Board and the Registration Committee with such
    technical and other staff as the Central Government considers
    necessary.


    9. Registration of insecticides 

    (1) Any person desiring to import or manufacture any insecticide may
    apply to the Registration Committee for the registration of such insecticide and
    there shall be separate application for each such insecticide.

    Provided that any person engaged in the business of import or
    manufacture of any insecticide immediately before the commencement of this
    section shall make an application to the Registration Committee within a period
    of [seventeen months] from the date of such commencement for the registration
    of any insecticide which he has been importing or manufacturing before the date:

    [Provided further that where any person referred to in the preceding
    provision fails to make an application under that proviso within the period
    specified therein, he may make such application at any time thereafter on
    payment of a penalty of one hundred rupees for every month or part thereof
    after expiry of such period for the registration of each such insecticide].

    (2) Every application under sub-section (1) shall be made in such form
    and contain such particulars as may be prescribed.

    (3) On receipt of any such application for the registration of an
    insecticide, the Committee may, after such enquiry as it deems fit and after
    satisfying itself that the insecticide to which the application relates conforms to
    the claims made by the importer or by the manufacturer, as the case may be, as
    regards the efficacy of the insecticide and its safety to human beings and
    animals, register [on such conditions as may be specified by it] and on payment
    of such fee as may be prescribed, the insecticide, allot a registration number
    thereto and issue a certificate of registration on token thereof within a period of
    twelve months from the date of receipt of the application 

    Provided that the Committee may, if it is unable within the said
    period to arrive at a decision on the basis of the materials placed before it,
    extend the period by a further period not exceeding six months:
    Provided further that if the Committee is of opinion that the
    precautions claimed by the applicant as being sufficient to ensure safety to
    human beings or animals are not such as can be easily observed or that
    notwithstanding the observance of such precautions the use of the insecticide
    involves serious risk to human beings or animals, it may refuse to register the
    insecticide.

    2 [(3A) In the case of applications received by it prior to the 31st March, 1975,
    notwithstanding the expiry of the period specified in sub-section (3) for disposal
    of such applications, it shall be lawful and shall be deemed always to have been
    lawful for the Registration Committee to dispose of such applications at any time
    after such expiry but within a period of one year from the commencement of the
    Insecticides (Amendment Act, 1977 (24 of 1977): 
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    Provided that nothing contained in this sub-section shall be deemed
    to make any contravention before the commencement of the Insecticides
    (Amendment) Act, 1977 (24 of 1977), of a condition of a certificate of
    registration granted before such commencement, an offence punishable under
    this Act.

    (3B) Where the Registration Committee is of opinion that the insecticide
    is being introduced for the first time in India, it may pending any enquiry register
    it provisionally for a period of two years on such conditions as may be specified
    by it.

    (3C) The Registration Committee may, having regard to the efficacy of
    the insecticide and its safety to human beings and animals, vary of conditions
    subject to which a certificate of registration has been granted and may for that
    purpose require the certificate-holder by notice in writing to deliver up the
    certificate to it within such time as may be specified in the notice.]

    (4) Notwithstanding anything contained in the section, where an
    insecticide has been registered on the application of any person, any other
    person desiring to import or manufacture the insecticide or engaged in the
    business of, import of manufacture thereof, shall on application and on payment
    of prescribed fee be allotted a registration number and granted a certificate of
    registration in respect thereof on the same conditions on which the insecticide
    was originally registered.
    1. Subs by Act 46 of 1972 sec.2 for Six month" (w.e.f. 01-8-1971)
    2. Ins by Act 46 of 1972 , sec. 2 (w.e.f. 01-08- 1971). 

    10. Appeal against non-registration or cancellation

    Any person aggrieved by a decision of the Registration Committee under Section 9 may, within a period of thirty days from the date on which the decision is
    communicated to him, appeal in the prescribed manner and on payment of the
    prescribed fee to the Central Government whose decision thereon shall be final:



    Provided that the Central Government may entertain an appeal after
    the expiry of the said period, if it is satisfied that the appellant was prevented by
    sufficient cause from filing the appeal in time. 



    11. Power of revision of Central Government

    The Central Government may, at any time, call for the record relating to
    any case in which the Registration Committee has given a decision under section
    9 for the purpose of satisfying itself as to the legality or propriety of any such
    decision and may pass any such order in relation thereto as it thinks fit:

    Provided that no such order shall be passed after the expiry of one
    year from the date of decision:

    Provided further that the Central Government shall not pass an
    order prejudicial to any person unless that person has had a reasonable
    opportunity of showing cause against the proposed order.

    12. Licensing Officers: 

    The State Government may, by notification in the Official Gazette,
    appoint such persons as it thinks fit to be licensing officers for the purposes of
    this Act and define the areas in respect of which they shall exercise jurisdiction.

    13. Grant of license:

    (1) Any person desiring to manufacture or to sell, stock or exhibit for sale or
    distribute any insecticide (or to undertake commercial Pest Control operations
    with the use of any insecticide) may make an application to the licensing officer
    for the grant of a license.

    Provided that any person engaged in the business of manufacturing or
    selling, stocking or exhibiting for sale or distributing any insecticide immediately
    before the commencement of this section shall make an application to the
    licensing officer for the grant of a license within a period of [Seventeen months]
    from the date of such commencement:

    Provided further that any person engaged in the commercial pest
    control operations immediately before the commencement of the Insecticides
    (Amendment) Act, 1977 (24 of 1977), shall make an application to the
    licensing officer for the grant of a license within a period of six months from the
    commencement of the said Act]

    (2) Every application under sub-section (1) shall be made in such form
    and shall contain such particulars as may be prescribed. 

    (3) On receipt of any such application for the grant of a license, the licensing
    officer may grant a license in such form, on such conditions and on payment of
    such fee as may be prescribed

    (4) A license granted under the Section shall be valid for the period specified
    therein and may be renewed from time to time for such period and on payment
    of such fee as may be prescribed

    1. Subs by Act 24 of 1977 section 4.
    2. Subs by Act. 46 of 1972, section 3 , for "three months " (w.e.f. 01-08-1971)
    3. Ins. by Act 24 of 1977 , Sec. 4

    Provided that where a license has been granted to any person who has
    made an application under [the first provision or , as the case may be the second
    prose] to sub-section (1), that license shall be deemed to be cancelled in
    relation to any insecticide, the application for registration whereof has been
    refused or the registration whereof has been cancelled, under this Act, with
    effect from the date on which such refusal or cancellation is notified in the
    Official Gazette.
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    2(5) In prescribing fees the grant of renewal of licenses under this Section,
    different fees may be prescribed for the sale or distribution of insecticides for
    purposes of domestic use and for other purposes.


    14. Revocation, suspension and amendment of licenses

    (1) If the licensing officer is satisfied, either on a reference made to him in this behalf
    or otherwise, that 

    a) the license granted under Section 13 has been granted because
    of misrepresentation as to an essential fact; or

    b) the holder of a license has failed to comply with the conditions
    subject to which the license was granted or has contravened
    any of the provisions of this Act or the Rules made there under,

    then, without prejudice to any other penalty to which the holder of the license
    may be liable under this Act, the licensing officer may, after giving the holder of
    the license an opportunity of showing cause, revoke or suspend the license.

    (2) Subject to any rules that may be made in this behalf, the licensing officer may also vary or amend a license granted under Section 13.






    COMMENTS

    If the volume noted on label of container is found lesser then material cannot be said to be substandard and order suspending the manufacturing license is improper, Bharat Pulversing Mills Ltd. 
    v. Joint Director of Agriculture, AIR 1993 Mad 74.


    15. Appeal against the decision of a licensing officer

    (1) Any person aggrieved by a decision of a licensing officer under Section 13
    (except under the proviso of sub-section (4)) or Section 14 may, within a
    period of thirty days from the date on which the decision is communicated to
    him, appeal to such authority in such manner and on payment of such fees as
    may be prescribed;

    Provided that the appellate authority may entertain an appeal after the expiry of the said period if it is satisfied that the appellant was prevented by sufficient cause from filing the appeal in time.

    (2) On receipt of an appeal under sub-section (1), the appellate authority shall, after giving the appellant an opportunity of showing cause, dispose of the appeal ordinarily within a period of six months and the decision of the appellate authority shall be final.

    16. Central Insecticides Laboratory

    The Central Government may, by notification in the Official Gazette,
    establish a Central Insecticide Laboratory under the control of Director to be
    appointed by the Central Government to carry out the functions entrusted to it
    by or under this Act:
    1. Subs by Act 24 of 1977 , sec. 4
    2. Ins. by Act. 24 of 1977 , Sec. 4

    Provided that if the Central Government so directs by a notification
    in the Official Gazette, the functions of the Central Insecticides Laboratory shall,
    to such extent as may be specified in the notification, be carried out at any such
    institution as may be specified therein and thereupon the functions of the
    Director of the Central Insecticides Laboratory shall to the extent so specified,
    be exercised by the head of the Institution.





    17. Prohibition of import and manufacture of certain
    insecticides

    (1) No person shall, himself or by any person on his behalf, import
    or manufacture-

    (a) any misbranded insecticides;

    (b) any insecticide the sale, distribution or use of which is
    for the time being prohibited under section 27;

    (c) any insecticide except in accordance with the condition
    on which it was registered;

    (d) any insecticide in contravention of any other provision
    of this Act or of any rule made there under

    Provided that any person who has applied for registration on an
    insecticide [under any of the provisos] to sub-section (1) of section 9 may
    continue to import of manufacture any such insecticide and such insecticide shall
    not be deemed to be a misbranded insecticide within the meaning of sub-clause
    (vi) or sub-clause (vii) or sub-clause (viii) of clause (k) of section 3, until he has
    been informed by the Registration Committee of its decision to refuse to register
    the said insecticide

    (2) No person shall, himself or by any person on his behalf, manufacture
    any insecticides except under, and in accordance with the conditions of a license
    issued for such purpose under this Act


    COMMENTS

    Liability for prosecution of company shall go to in charge or otherwise person responsible to company ;M/s National Farm Chemicals v. State of Haryana, (1994) 2 CC cases 218 : (1994) Recent CR 480 (P & 11).

    18. Prohibition of sale, etc. of certain insecticides:

    (1) No person shall, himself or by any person on his behalf, sell, stock or exhibit for sale, distribute, (transport, use, or cause to be used) by any worker 

    a) any insecticide which is not registered under this Act;

    b) any insecticide, the sale, distribution or use of which is for the
    time being prohibited under Section 27;

    c) any insecticide in contravention of any other provision of this
    Act or of any rule made hereunder.

    (2) No person shall, himself or by any person on his behalf, sell, stock or exhibit for sale or distribute [or use for commercial pest control operations] any insecticide
    except under, and in accordance with the conditions of, a license issued for
    such purpose under this Act.
    1. Subs by Act 46 of 1972 sec. for " under the proviso " (w.e.f. 01-08-1971)
    2. Subs by Act 24 of 1977 , Sec. 5.
    3. Ins. by Act 24 of 1977 , sec. 5.

    Explanation: For the purpose of this section an insecticide in respect of which
    any person has applied for a certificates of registration [under any of the
    provisos] to sub-section (1) of section 9, shall be deemed to be registered till
    the date on which the refusal to register such insecticides is notified in the
    Official Gazette.

    19. Insecticide Analysts:

    The Central Government or a State Government may, by notification in
    the Official Gazette, appoint persons in such number as it thinks fit and
    possessing such technical and other qualifications as may be prescribed to be
    Insecticide Analysts for such areas and in respect of such insecticides or class of
    insecticides as may be specified in the notification:- 

    Provided that no person who has any financial interest in the
    manufacture, import or sale of any insecticide, shall be so appointed.

    20.Insecticide Inspectors:

    (1) The Central Government or a State Government may, by notification in the
    Official Gazette, appoint persons in such number as it thinks fit and possessing
    such technical and other qualifications as may be prescribed to be Insecticide
    Inspectors for such areas as may be specified in the notification:

    Provided that any person who does not posses the required
    qualifications may be so appointed only for the purposes of clause (a) and
    clause (d) of sub-section (1) of Section 21:

    Provided further that no person who has any financial interest
    in the manufacture, import or sale of any insecticide shall be so appointed.

    (2) Every Insecticide Inspector shall be deemed to be a public servant within the
    meaning of section 21 of the Indian Penal Code and shall be officially
    subordinate to such authority as the Government appointing him may specify in
    this behalf.

    21. Powers of Insecticide Inspectors:

    (1) An Insecticide Inspector shall have power-

    (a) to enter and search, at all reasonable times and with such
    assistance, if any, as he considers necessary, any premises in
    which he has reason to believe that an offence under this Act or
    the rules made there under has been or is being or is about to be
    committed, or for the purpose of satisfying himself that the
    provisions of this Act or the rules made there under or the
    conditions of any certificate of registration or license issued
    there under are being complied with;

    (b) to require the production of, and to inspect, examine and make
    copies of, or take extracts from registers, records or any other
    documents kept by a manufacturer, distributor, carrier, dealer
    or any other person in pursuance of the provisions of this Act or
    the Rules made there under and seize the same, if he has reason
    to believe that all or any of them, may furnish evidence of the
    commission of an offence punishable under this Act or the rules
    made there under;

    (c) to make such examination and inquiry as he thinks fit in order to
    ascertain whether the provisions of this Act or the rules made
    there under are being complied with and for that purpose stop
    any vehicle;

    (d) to stop the distribution, sale or use of an insecticide which he
    has reason to believe is being distributed, sold or used in
    contravention of the provisions of this Act or the rules made
    there under, for a specified period not exceeding twenty days, or
    unless the alleged contravention is such that the defect may be
    removed by the possessor of the insecticide, seize the stock of
    such insecticide;
    -------------------------
    1. Subs by Act 46 of 1972, Sec. 5 for "under the provision" (w.e.f. 01-08-1971) 

    (e) to take samples of any insecticide and send such samples for
    analysis to the Insecticide Analyst for test in the prescribed
    manner; and

    (f) to exercise such other powers as may be necessary for carrying
    out the purposes of this Act or the rules made there under.

    (2) The provisions of the Code of Criminal Procedure, (1973) (2 of 1974), shall,
    so far as may be, apply to any search or seizure under this Act as they apply to
    any search or seizure made under the authority of a warrant issued under
    Section 94 of the said Code.

    (3) An Insecticide Inspector may exercise the powers of a police officer under
    Section 42 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 (2 of 1974), for the
    purpose of ascertaining the true name and residence of the person from whom a
    sample is taken or an insecticide is seized. 


    COMMENTS

    While analyzing samples of insecticides, the Insecticide Analyst is not empowered to go into the question whether the Volume contained in the container is as noted on the label,: Bharat Pulverizing Mills Ltd.v.Joint Director of Agriculture, AIR 1993 Mad 74.

    22. Procedure to be followed by Insecticide Inspectors:

    (1) Where an Insecticide Inspector seizes any record, register or document under
    clause (b) of sub-section (1) of Section 21, he shall, as soon as may be, inform
    a Magistrate and take his orders as to the custody thereof.

    (2) Where an Insecticide Inspector takes any action under Clause (d) of
    sub-section (1) of Section 21 –

    (a) he shall use all dispatch in ascertaining whether or not the
    insecticide or its sale, distribution or use contravenes any of the
    provisions of Section 18 and if it is ascertained that the
    insecticide or its sale, distribution or use does not so
    contravene, forthwith revoke the order passed under the said
    clause or, as the case may be, take such action as may be
    necessary for the return of the stock seized;

    (b) if he seizes the stock of the insecticide he shall, as soon as may
    be, inform a Magistrate and take his orders as to the custody
    thereof;

    (c) without prejudice to the institution of any prosecution, if the
    alleged contravention be such that the defect may be remedied,
    by the possessor of the insecticide, he shall, on being satisfied
    that the defect has been so remedied, forthwith revoke his order
    and in case where the Insecticide Inspector has seized the stock
    of insecticide, he shall, as soon as may be, inform a Magistrate
    and obtain his orders as to the release thereof.

    (3) Where an Insecticide Inspector takes any sample of an insecticide, he shall
    tender the fair price thereof and may require a written acknowledgement
    therefore.

    (4) Where the price tendered under sub-section (3) is refused, or where the
    Insecticide Inspector seizes the stock of any insecticide under clause (d) of
    sub-section (1) of section 21, he shall tender a receipt therefore in the prescribed
    form.

    (5) Where an Insecticide Inspector takes a sample of an insecticide for the purpose of test or analysis, he shall intimate such purpose in writing in the prescribed
    form to the person from whom he takes it and, in the presence of such person
    unless he willfully absents himself, shall divide the sample into three portions and
    effectively seal and suitably mark the same and permit such person to add his
    own seal and mark to all or any of the portions so sealed and marked:

    1. Subs by Act 24 of 1977 Sec. 6.

    Provided that where the insecticide is made up in containers of small
    volume, instead of dividing a sample as aforesaid, the Insecticide Inspector may,
    and if the insecticide be such that it is likely to deteriorate or be otherwise
    damaged by exposure shall take three of the said containers after suitably
    marking the same and, where necessary, sealing them.

    (6) The Insecticide Inspector shall restore one portion of a sample so divided or
    one container, as the case may be, to the person from whom he takes it and
    shall retain the remainder and dispose of the same as follows:-

    i) one portion or container, he shall forthwith send to the
    Insecticide Analyst for test or analysis; and

    ii) the second, he shall produce to the court before which
    proceedings, if any, are instituted in respect of the insecticide.

    23. Persons bound to disclose place where Insecticides are
    manufactured or kept.

    Every person for the time being in charge of any premises where any
    insecticide is being manufactured or is kept for sale or distribution shall, on
    being required by an Insecticide Inspector so to do, be legally bound to disclose
    to the Insecticide Inspector the place where the insecticide is being
    manufactured or is kept, as the case may be.



    24. Report of Insecticide Analyst:

    (1) The Insecticide Analyst to whom a sample of any insecticide has been submitted for test or analysis under sub-section (6) of section 22, shall, within a period of
    sixty days, deliver to the Insecticide Inspector submitting it a signed report in
    duplicate in the prescribed form.

    (2) The Insecticide Inspector on receipt thereof shall deliver one copy of the report to the person from whom the sample was taken and shall retain the other copy
    for use in any prosecution in respect of the sample

    (3) Any document purporting to be a report signed by an Insecticide Analyst shall be evidence of the facts stated therein, and such evidence shall be conclusive
    unless the person from whom the sample was taken has within twenty eight days
    of the receipt of a copy of the report notified in writing the Insecticide Inspector
    or the court before which any proceedings in respect of the samples are pending
    that he intends to adduce evidence in controversial of the report.

    (4) Unless the sample has already been tested or analyzed in the Central
    Insecticides Laboratory, where a person has under sub-section (3) notified his
    intention of adducing evidence in controversial of the Insecticide Analyst’s
    report, the Court may, of its own motion or in its discretion at the request, either
    of the complainant or of the accused, cause the sample of the insecticide
    produced before the magistrate under sub-section (6) of section 22 to be sent
    for test or analysis to the said laboratory, which shows writhing a period of thoroughly does make the test or Analysis and report in writing signed by, or under the authority of, the Director of the Central Insecticides Laboratory the result thereof, and such report shall be conclusive evidence of the facts stated therein.

    (5) The cost of a test or analysis made by the Central Insecticides Laboratory
    under sub-section (4) shall be paid by the complainant or the accused, as the
    court shall direct.

    COMMENTS

    (I) Where the accused was not supplied with copy of the report of Insecticides Analyst, he was deprived of his right to rebut the report ; M/s Solar Syndicate Dungri v. State of Punjab, 1994 Gr.LI. NOC 213 (P & H).

    (ii) The sample of Aldrex taken was found to be misbranded. The complaint was filed in court after expiry of self-life chemicals. It was held that since accused lost the right under section 24(4) to get the sample re-analyzed from Central Insecticides Laboratory, proceedings are not maintainable'; National Organic Chemicals Industry Ltd. v. State of Punjab, (1994) 1 Recent CR 334 (P & H).

    (iii) Court may order for re-examination of sample found misbranded suo-moto or on the application of accused by Central Insecticides Laboratory; Mewa Sing v. Prithipal Singh, Inspector (1994) 1 Recent CR 94 (P & H).

    25. Confiscation:-

    (1) Where any person has been convicted under this Act for contravening any of
    the provisions of this Act or of the rules made thereunder, the stock of the
    insecticide in respect of which the contravention has been made shall be liable to
    confiscation.

    (2) Without prejudice to the provisions contained in sub-section (1), where the
    Court is satisfied on the application of an Insecticide Inspector or otherwise and
    after such inquiry as may be necessary, that the insecticide is misbranded
    insecticide, such insecticide shall be liable to confiscation.

    26. Notification of poisoning

    The State Government, may, by notification in the Official Gazette,
    require any person or class of persons specified therein to report all
    occurrences of poisoning (through the use or handling of any insecticide) coming
    within his or their cognizance to such officer as may be specified in the said
    notification.

    27. Prohibition of sale etc. of insecticides for reasons of public
    safety:

    (1) If, on receipt of a report under Section 26 or otherwise, the Central
    Government or the State Government is of opinion, for reasons to be recorded
    in writing, that the use of any insecticide specified in sub-clause (iii) of clause (e)
    of section (3) or any specific batch thereof is likely to involve such risk to human
    beings or animals as to render it expedient or necessary to take immediate
    action then that Government may, by notification in the Official Gazette, prohibit
    the sale, distribution or use of the insecticide or batch in such area, to such
    extent and for such period (not exceeding sixty days) as may be specified in the
    notification pending investigation into the matter:

    Provided that where the investigation is not completed within the
    said period, the Central Government or the State Government, as the case may
    be, may extend it by such further period or periods not exceeding thirty days in
    the aggregate as it may specify in a like manner.

    (2) If, as a result of its own investigation or on receipt of the report from the State Government, and after consultation with the Registration Committee, the Central
    Government, is satisfied that the use of the said insecticide or batch is likely to
    cause any such risk, it may pass such order (including an order refusing to
    register the insecticide or canceling the certificate of registration, if any, granted
    in respect thereof), as it deems fit, depending on the circumstances of the case.

    28. Notification of cancellation of registration, etc.

    A refusal to register any insecticide or a cancellation of a certificate of
    registration of any insecticides shall be notified in Official Gazette and in such
    other manner as may be prescribed.

    29. Offences and punishment:

    (1) Whoever –

    (a) imports, manufactures, sells, stocks or exhibits for sale or
    distributes any insecticide deemed to be misbranded under
    sub-clause (i) or sub-clause (iii) or sub-clause (viii) of clause (k)
    of section 3; or

    (b) imports or manufactures any insecticide without a certificate of
    registration; or

    (c) manufactures, sells, stocks or exhibits for sale or distributes an
    insecticide without a license; or

    (d) sells or distributes an insecticide, in contravention of section 27;
    or

    (e) causes an insecticide, the use of which has been prohibited
    under section 27, to be used by any worker; or

    (f) obstructs an Insecticide Inspector in the exercise of his powers
    or discharge of his duties under this Act or the rules made
    there under-

    shall be punishable –

    (i) for the first offence, with imprisonment for a term which may
    extend to two years, or with fine which may extend to two
    thousand rupees or with both;

    (ii) for the second and a subsequent offence, with imprisonment for
    a term which may extend to three years, or with fine, or with both.

    (2) Whoever uses an insecticide in contravention of any provision of this Act or any rule made there under shall be punishable with fine which may extend to five
    hundred rupees.

    (3) Whoever contravenes any of the other provisions of this Act or any rule made there under or any condition of a certificate of registration or license granted
    there under, shall be punishable –

    (i) for the first offence, with imprisonment for a term which may
    extend to six months, or with fine, or with both;

    (ii) for the second and a subsequent offence, with imprisonment for
    a term which may extend to one year, or with fine, or with both.

    (4) If any person convicted of an offence under this Act commits a like offence
    afterwards it shall be lawful for the Court before which the second or
    subsequent conviction takes place to cause the offender’s name and place of
    residence, the offence and the penalty imposed to be published in such
    newspapers or in such other manner as the Court may direct.

    COMMENTS

    There was a complaint under section 29(1)(a) read with section 17(1)(a) of the Act and a petition under section 482 Cr.PC for quashing. It was held that the Senior Analyst has reported that tolerance in variation in its content has been noticed as 4.7%. Since the permissible limit of tolerance in variation on either side was 5% the proceedings are quashed; Vikas Pesticides v. State of Haryana. (1994) XXI Cr. L.T. 292 (P & H ).

    30 Defense which may or may not be allowed in prosecutions
    under this Act:

    (1) Save as hereinafter provided in this section, it shall be no defense in a
    prosecution under this Act to prove merely that the accused was ignorant of the
    nature of quality of the insecticide in respect of which the offence was
    committed or of the risk involved in the manufacture, sale or use of such
    insecticide or of the circumstances of its manufacture or import.

    (2) For the purposes of section 17, an insecticide shall not be deemed to be
    misbranded only by reason of the fact that –

    (a) there has been added thereto some innocuous substance or
    ingredient because the same is required for the manufacture or
    the preparation of the insecticide as an article of commerce in a
    state fit for carriage or consumption, and not to increase the
    bulk, weight or measure of the insecticide or to conceal its
    inferior quality or other defect; or

    (b) in the process of manufacture, preparation or conveyance some
    extraneous substance has unavoidably become intermixed with
    it.

    (3) A person not being an importer or a manufacturer of an insecticide or his agent for the distribution thereof, shall not be liable for a contravention of any
    provision of this Act, if he proves –

    (a) that he acquired the insecticide from an importer or a duly
    licensed manufacturer, distributor or dealer thereof;

    (b) that he did not know and could not, with reasonable diligence,
    have ascertained that the insecticide in any way contravened
    any provision of this Act; and

    (c) that the insecticide, while in his possession, was properly stored
    and remained in the same sate as when he acquired it

    COMMENT

    Sample of fertilizer found to be misbranded. Accused taking the defense of section 30(3). All the grounds mentioned in section 30(3) are questions of fact and must be proved like any other fact by leading evidence in trial court. Care averment in the petition cannot be deemed to be evidence Ashwani Kumar Bhakoo v.State of Punjab, 1994 (1) Recent CR 349(P&H).

    31. Cognizance and trial of offences:

    (1) No prosecution for an offence under this Act shall be instituted except by, or
    with the written consent of the State Government or a person authorized in this
    behalf by the State Government.

    (2) No Court inferior to that of a (metropolitan magistrate or a judicial magistrate of
    the first class) shall try any offence under this Act.










    COMMENT

    Provisions of section 31 are mandatory in nature; Madan Dangi v.State of Punjab, 1986 cc cases 287


    [1[32. Magistrate’s power to impose enhanced penalties

    2 { ***}

    33.Offences by companies

    (1) Whenever an offence under this Act has been committee by a company, every
    person who at the time the offence was committed was in charge of, or was
    responsible to the company for the conduct of the business of the company, as
    well ss the company, shall be deemed to be guilty of the offence and shall be
    liable to be proceeded against and punished accordingly:

    PROVIDED that nothing contained in this bus-section shall render any such
    person liable to any punishment under this Act if he proves that the offence was
    committee without his knowledge or that he exercised all due diligence to
    prevent the commission of such offence.

    1. Subs by Act 24 of 1977. sec. 7
    2. Section 32 omitted by Act 24 of 1977 .sec. 8.

    (2) Notwithstanding anything contained in sub-section (1), where an offence under
    this Act has been committee by a company and it is proved that the offence has
    been committed with the consent or connivance of, or is attributable to any
    neglect, on the part, of, any director, manager, secretary or other officer of the
    company, such director, manager, secretary or other officer shall also be
    deemed to be guilty of that offence and shall be liable to be proceeded against
    and punished accordingly.

    Explanation: For the purpose of this section:

    (a) “company” means any body corporate and includes a
    firm or other association of individuals; and

    (b) “director”, in relation to a firm, means a partner in the
    firm.

    [1] Substituted by Act 24 of 1977, w.e.f. 2-10-1977

    34. Power of the Central Government to give directions:

    The Central Government may give such directions to any State
    Government as may appear to the Central Government to be necessary for
    carrying into execution in the State any of the provisions of this Act or of any
    rule or order made there under.

    35. Protection of action taken in good faith

    No prosecution, suit or other proceeding shall lie against the Government, or
    any officer of the Government, or the Board, the Registration Committee or any
    Committee of the Board, for anything in good faith done or intended to be done
    under this Act.

    36. Power of the Central Government to make rules:

    1. The Central Government may, after consultation with the Board and subject to
    the condition of previous publication, by notification in the Official Gazette,
    make rules for the purpose of giving effect to the provisions of this Act:

    PROVIDED that consultation with the Board may be dispensed with if
    the Central government is of opinion that circumstances have arisen which
    render it necessary to make rules without such consultation, but in such a case
    the Board shall be consulted within six months of the making of the rules and the
    central Government shall take into consideration any suggestions which the
    Board may make in relation to the amendment of the said rules.

    2. In particular and without prejudice to the generality of the foregoing
    power, such rules may prescribe-

    a) the method of packing and labeling;

    b) the manner of registration of an insecticide;

    c) the functions of the Board and of the Registration
    Committee and the traveling and other allowances
    payable to members of the board, the Registration
    Committee and any Committee of the Board;

    d) the places at which insecticides may be imported and
    prohibit their import at any other place;

    e) the form of application for registration of an insecticide
    and the particulars relating thereto;

    f) the fee payable in respect of registration;

    g) the manner of appeal to the Central Government under
    section 10 and the fee payable therefore;
    ----------------------------
    1. Certain words omitted by Act 24 of 1977 sec. 9.

    h) the form of application for the grant of license and the
    particulars relating thereto;

    i) the form of license, the conditions attached thereto and
    the fee payable therefore;

    j) the period for which a license may be renewed and the
    fee for such renewal;

    k) the circumstances in which a license may be varied or
    amended under sub-section (2) of section 14;

    l) the functions of the Central Insecticides Laboratory;

    m) the qualifications, powers and duties of an Insecticide
    Analyst and an Insecticide Inspector;

    n) the manner of testing or analyzing the samples of any
    insecticide and the fee payable therefore;

    o) the form in which intimation shall be given by an
    Insecticide Inspector under sub-section (5) of section
    22 to a person from whom a sample of an insecticide is
    taken for test or analysis.

    p) the form in which an Insecticide Analyst shall submit a
    report of his test or analysis to the Insecticide Inspector
    under sub-section (1) of section 24;

    q) the protection clothing and equipment to be used by
    workers during the manufacture, formulation, transport,
    distribution and application of insecticides and other
    facilities to be provided to keep themselves and things
    supplied to them free from any contamination;

    r) the use by the workers of any such protection clothing,
    equipment and other facilities;

    s) the precautions to be taken against poisoning through
    the use or handling of insecticides;

    t) the measures for detecting and investigating cases in
    which poisoning has occurred;

    u) the facilities to be provided regarding the use of things
    supplied to the workers for ensuring their safety;

    v) the instruction and training to be provided regarding the
    use of things supplied to the workers for ensuring their
    safety;

    w) the facility for medical examination of workers engaged
    in the manufacture of handling of insecticides;

    1.{***}

    y) the equipment for, and method of, application of, an
    insecticide and the disposal of surplus material,
    washings and containers, following application;

    z) the maintenance and inspection of records and returns;

    za) the restrictions on storage of insecticide during transport or
    otherwise along with articles of food;

    zb) the maximum proportion of any insecticide which may be
    added to, or contained in, any preparation for domestic
    use and the restrictions thereon;

    zc) the manner in which refusal to registration of an insecticide
    or cancellation of certificate of registration thereof may
    be notified.
    -------------------------------
    1. Clause (X) omitted by Act 24 of 1977, sec. 9

    Zd) the officer or authority to whom the Central Government
    may delegate any of the powers and functions conferred
    on it by this Act;

    ze) any other matter which has to be, or may be, prescribed.

    3) Every rule made by the Central Government under this
    Act shall be laid, as soon as may be after it is made,
    before each House of Parliament while it is in session
    for a total period of thirty days which may be
    comprised in one session or in two or more successive
    sessions and if, before the expiry of the session
    immediately following the session of the successive
    sessions aforesaid both Houses agree in making any
    modification in the rule or both Houses agree that the
    rule should not be made, the rule shall thereafter have
    effect only in such modified form or be of no effect, as
    the case may be; so however, that any such
    modification or annulment shall be without prejudice to
    the validity of anything previously done under that rule.

    37. Power of the State Government to make rules:

    1) The State Government may, after consultation with the Board
    and subject to the condition of previous publication, by
    notification in the Official Gazette, make rules for the purpose of
    giving effect to the provisions of this Act and not inconsistent
    with the rules, if any, made by the Central Government.

    2) In particular and without prejudice to the generality of the
    foregoing power, such rules may provide for -

    (a) the authority to which, the manner in which, and the fee on
    payment of which, an appeal may be filed under section 15 and
    the procedure to be followed by the appellate authority in
    disposing of the appeal;

    (b) the delegation of any of the powers and functions conferred by
    this Act on the State Government to any officer or authority
    specified by that Government.

    38. Exemption

    (1) Nothing in this Act shall apply to-
    (a) the use of any insecticide by any person for his own household
    purposes or for garden or in respect of any land under his
    cultivation;

    (b) any substance specified or included in the Schedule or any
    preparation containing any one or more such substances, if such
    substance or preparation is intended for purposes other than
    preventing, destroying repelling or mitigating any insects, rodents,
    fungi, weeds and other forms of plant or animal life not useful to
    human beings.

    (2) The Central Government may, by notification in the Official Gazette,
    and subject to such conditions, if any, as it may specify therein, exempt from all
    or any of the provisions of this Act or the rules made there under, any
    educational, scientific or research organization engaged in carrying out
    experiments, with insecticides.
    1. Subs. by Act 24 of 1977.sec.9


    THE SCHEDULE
    [Sec. 3(c)]

    LIST OF INSECTICIDES


    Acrylonitrile

    Aldrin
    (1:2:3:4:10:10=hexachloro-1:4:4a;5:8;8a-hexahydro-1:4:5:8-dimethanonaphthalene)

    Allethrin (ally 1 homologue of Cindering I)

    Aluminium phosphide

    Amiton

    Antu (alpha-naphthyl thiourea)

    Aramite [2(p-tert-butylphenoxy) is propyl 1-2 chloroethuyyl sulphite]

    Barium Carbonate

    Barium Flurosilicate

    BHC (benzene hexachloride) 1,2,3,4,5,6-hexachlorohexane)

    Bis-dimethylamino flourophosphine oxide

    Calcium arsenate

    Calcium Cyanide

    Captan (N-trichloromethylmercapto-4 cyclohexane), 1,2-discarboximide

    Carbaryl (1-naphthyul-N-methyl carbamate)

    Carbon disulphide

    Carbon Tetrachloride

    Chlorbenside (p-chlorobenzyl-p-chlorophenyl sulphide)

    Chlorobis ethyl amino triazine

    Chlordane (1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8, 1-octachloro-2-3,3a,
    4,7,7a-hexahydro-4,7-methanoindane)

    Chlorobenzilate (ethyl 4,4-dichlorobenzilate)

    Chlorothion (o,o-dimethyl-o-3chloro,4-nitrophenyl thiono phosphate)

    Chloro-I.P.C.

    Chloropicrin

    Chlorofension (p-chlorophenyl-p-chlorobenzene sulphonate)

    S-(p-chlorophenylthio) methyl-o-odiethyl phosphorodithioate (Trithion)

    CIPC ({isopropy1-N(3-chlorophenyl) carbamate]

    CMU (Manuron)

    Coper Aracnate

    CopperCyanide

    Coper Napthanate

    Copper sulphate

    Coumachlor (3-(a-acetony)-4-chalorobenzy1-4-hydroxy hydroxy coumarin) }

    Coper oxychloride

    Cuprous oxide
    1. Subs by G.S.R. 576 (E) , dated 26th August , 1993.






    Dalapon (sodium 2,2, dichloropropionate)

    D-D mixture

    DDD (Dichloro Diphenyl Dichloroethane)

    DDT (a mixture of 1,1-trichloro-2-bis (p-chlorophenyl) ethane and 1-1,
    1-trichloro-2 (o-chlorophenyl)-2 (p-chlorophenyl)ethane]

    DDVP (2,2-dichlorovinyl dimethyl phosphate)

    Demeton-O(O,o-diethyl-S[(9-ethylthio)-ethyl] phosphorothioate)

    Diazinon (O, O-d athly -O{2-isoprophy 1-6-methy 1-4-pyrimidiny 1)phosphorothioate)

    ethy-O[e-isopropyl-6-methyl-4-pyrimidinyl]phosphorothioate)

    Dibrom (1,2-dibromo, 1,2 2-dichloroethyl dimethyl phosphate)

    Dichlorophenoxy acetic acid (2,4-D)

    Dieldrin (1:2:3:4:10; 10-hexachloro-6, 6-epoxy-1; 4a:5:6:7:8:8a
    Octahydro-1:4:5:8-dimethanonaphthalene)

    Dimethoate (O, O-dimethyl-S (N-methylcarbamoyl methyl)phosphorodithioate)

    Dipterex (O,O-dimethyl-2,2, 2-trichloro hydroxy ethyl phosphonate)

    DNOC (dinitro-ortho-compound) (3:5-dinitro-o-cresol)

    EDCT mixture (ethylene dichloride chloride carbon tetrachloride mixture)

    Ekatin

    Endrin (1,2,3,4,10-10-hexachloro-6, 7-epoxy-1,4, 4a, 5, 6, 7, 8, 8a
    Octahydro-1, 4-endo-endo 5-8-dimethanonophthalene)

    E.P.N.(O-ethyl-O-p nitriphynul benzene thiophosphonate)

    Ethoroxy ethyl mercusry chloride

    Ethyl di-n—prophylthiolcarbamate(Eptam)

    Ethyl mercury phosphate

    Ethyl mercury chloride

    Ethylene dibromide

    Ethylene Dichloride

    Fenson (Parachlorophenyl benzene sulphonate)

    Fenthion (3-methyl-4methyl thiophenyl phosphorothionate)

    Ferbam (ferric dimethyl dithiocarbamate)

    Gusathion (O, O-dimethyl
    S(4-oxo-1,2)3-benzotriazinyl-3-methyl(phosphorothioate)

    Heptachlor(1,4,5,6,7,8
    8-heptachloro-4-7-methano-3a,4,7,7a-tetrahydroindene)

    HETP(Hexaethyl tetraphosphate)

    Hexachlorobenzene

    Hydrogen cyanide

    Hydrogen phosphide

    Lead arsenate

    Lime sulphur (calcium polysulphide,water-free sulphur, calcium thiosulphate
    mixture(

    Lindane )gamma, B.H.C.)

    Malahtion S-(1,2-Bis(ethoxycarbonyl ethyl)
    O,O-dimethyl-phosphorordithioate)

    Maleic hydrazide(1,2-dihydropyroridazine 3,6-dione)

    Maneb manganese ethylene bisdithiocarbamate)

    MCPA-(4-chloro 2 methyl phenoxy acetic acid)

    Mercuric chloride

    Metaldehyde

    Metasystox

    Methoxychlor(1,1,1-trichloro-2,2-di-p-methoxyphenylethane)

    Methoxy ethyl mercury chloride

    Methyl bromide

    Methyl demeton (Dimeton-methyl and Dimeton-Methyl)

    Mehtyl Mercury Chloride

    Methyl Parathion (O,O-dimethyl-O-nitrophenolthiophosphate)M
    etox(Chlorsulphicide)

    Metox (Chlorsulphade)

    Nabam disodium ethylene-1, 1 bisdithiocarbamate)

    Nicotine sulphate

    Octa methyl pyrophoramide

    Para-dichloro benzene

    Parathion (O,O-diethyl-O-p-nitrophynylthiophosphate)

    Paris Green (Copper Aceto arsenite)

    Pentachloronitrobenzene(P.C.N.B.)

    Pentachlorophenol

    Phenyl mercury acetate

    Phenyl mercury chloride

    Phenyl mercury urea

    Phosdrine

    Phtalimidomethyl-O-O-dimethyl phosphorodithioate (Imidan)

    Piperonyl butoxide (butyl carbityl) (6-propyl piperonyl) ether O
    Prival (2-Pivaly1-indance 1-3-dione)

    Potassium cyanide

    Pival 2 –3.dione

    n-propyl ethyl-n-butyl thiocarbamate )(Tillam)

    Phyrethrins (insectically active principles of chrysanthemum cinerariae folium)

    Rotenone

    Ryania

    Sodium fluoroacetate

    Sodium cyanide

    Sodium flurosilicate

    Sulphur(wettable or colloidal sulphur)

    Stryechinine

    Sulphoxide (1,2-methylene-dioxy-4(1-octylsulphinyl) propyl benzene)

    TCA (Tichlor acetic acid sodium and ammonium salts)

    Tedion (tetrachlor diphenyl sulphone)

    TEPP (tetraethyl Pyrophosphate)

    Tetrachloro-p-benzoquinone

    Thanite

    Thiram[bis(dimethyl thiocarbamyl) disulphide]

    Tolyl mercury acetate

    Trichlorphon

    Trorthocresyl phosphate

    Thallium sulphate

    Thiometon

    Taxaphene (chlorinated camphene containing 67-69% chlorine)

    Trichlorophenoxy acetic acid (2,4,5-T)

    Warfarin (3-a-acetonyl benzyl-4 hydroxy-coumarin)

    Zinc phosphide

    Zimet

    Zineb (Zinc ethylene bis-dithiocarbamate)

    Ziram (Zinc dimethyl dithiocargbamnate)

    Zulate

    1(Acrinathrin (s)-oc cyno-3-phenoxy benzy1(z)0IR,3S)-2,2dimethy1-3-(2-(2,2,2,-trifluoro-1-trifluromethy1 ethozycarbony) viny1)cycloprop;ane carboxylate.)

    2 (Acrollen 2-Propenal or Acrylaldehyde


    Actellic (Primiphosemethyl) 2-diethylamino-6-methylphyimidin-4-yl
    dimethyl phosphorothionate

    Afugon Diethyl methyl ethoxycarbonyl
    pyrazolopyrimidine-ly-phosphorothionate

    Alachlor 2—chloro-2,6-diethyle-n (methoxymethyl)-acetanilide

    Aldicarb 2-methyl-2-(methylthio)propional-dehydro-(methylcarbamoyl)
    oxime

    Amidithion S(N-2-methoxyethyl-Carlomoyl-methyl) dimethyl
    phosphorothiolothionate

    (Amidosulfuron 3-(4,6 dimethoxyprimiolin 2-yl)-1-(N-methyi-N-methyl-Sulphonyl-amino-sulphonyl)urea)

    Amitrole 3-amino-1,2,4-triazole

    Ammonium sulphamate Ammonium sulphamate

    Asulam Methyl-N(4-aminobenzenesulphonyl)carbamate

    Atrazine 2-Chloro-4-ethylamino-6-isopropylamino-1,3,5-triazine

    Aureofungin Aureofungin

    Azinyhos-ethyl S-3,4-dihydro-4 oxobenzo-(d)-(1,2,3)-triazine-3-yl
    methyl)duiethyl phosphorothiolothionate

    Barban 4-chloro-2-ynyl-3-chloriphenyl carbamate

    Barium polysuulphide Barium polysulphide

    Bassa BCPE O-Secondary-butylphenylmethyl carbamate

    (Chlorphenithal) A-1-bis-(4Chlorophenyl ethanol)

    Benomy I Methyl-N-benzimidazol-2-yl-N(butylcarbamoyl carbamate)
    1. Ins. by G.S.R. 538(E), dated 21st November, 1996.
    2 Ins. by G.S.R. 9(E), dated 9th January, 1974.
    3. Ins. by GSR 730(E), dated 30th October, 1995.

    Bensulide S(O,O-di-isopropyl phosphorodithionate) ester with
    N-(2mercaptoethyl) benzene
    sulphonamide

    Binapacryl 2-1(-methyl-n-propyl)-4, 6-dinitrophenyl-2- methylcrofonate

    Bromacil 5-bromo-6-methyl-3(I-methylpropyl)uracil

    Brompyrazen 5-amino-4-bromo-2-phenylpyridazin-3 one

    Bromoxynil 3, 5-dibromo-4-hydroxybenzonitrile

    1(Bromuconazde [ (4-bromo 2-, 4-dichloropheny1) tetrahydro-2-furnay1)
    methy1] –1 H-1, 2, 4-triazole ]

    Brozone Methyl bromide and chloropicrin in petroleum solvent

    Buturon 3-(4-chlorophenyl)-1-methyl-1 (1-methyl prop-2ynyl) urea

    Butylate S-ethyl-N, N-disobutylthiocarbamate

    Bux Mixture of m-(10methyl butyl) phenylmethyl carbamate and
    m-(1-ethyl propyl phynyl methyl
    carbamate

    Cadmium based compounds (Cadmium chloride, cadmium sulphate, cadmium
    succinate)

    Captafel N-O(1, 1,2,2-tetrachloretheylthio) eyelohex-4-ene-1,
    2-diocarboxymide

    [2] Inserted by GSR 9(E) of Gazette of India,Extra . Part II, s. 3(ii) dt.
    6.1.1975.

    [3] Inserted by GSR 9(E) of Gazette of India, Extra. Part II, s.3(ii), dt.
    6.1.1975.

    Carbefuran 2,3-dihydro-2,2-dimethyl-7-benzofuranlyl methylcarbamate

    Carbophenothion S-[(p-chlorophenylthio)]-methyl-o,o-diethyl
    phosphorodithiotate

    Carboxin (DCMO) 5,6-dihydro-2-methyl-1, 4-oxathiin-3 carboxanilide

    Chinomethionate 6-methyl-2-oxo-1, 3-dithio (4, 5-b quinoxaline)

    Chloramben 3-amine-2, 4-dichlorobenzoic acid

    Chlorfenyinphos 2-chloro-1(2,4-dichlorophyl)-vinyl diethylphosphate

    Chloromequat chloride (2-chloroethyl)trimethylammonium chloride

    Chloroneb 1,4-dichloro-2, 5-dimethexybenzine

    Chloropropane Chloropropane

    Chloroxur-n N’-4-(-4 Chlorophenoxy) phenyl-N
    N-dimethyl-urea

    Citicide Chlorinated turpene

    Citowell Alkylarylpolyglykelether
    [Clofentezine 3.6 bis (2 chlorophengl) –1, 2, 4, 5 tetrazine]
    Clonitralid 5, dichloro-4-‘nitro-salicylic-anilide-ethanolamine

    Copper Hydroxide Copper hydroxide

    Coumafuryl
    3-(a-acetonylfurfuryl)-4-hydrocycoumarin

    Coumaphos 3-chloro-4-methyl-7-coumarinyl diethyl phosphorothionate

    Coumatetralyl 4-hydroxy-3(1,2,3,5-tetraphydrol-naphthyl) coumarin

    Coyden 3,5-dichloro, 6-dimethyl-morpholinacetate
    Ciganophos 0-4-cyclodecy l 0.0 dimethyl-morpholinacetate-4 (dimethyoxphosphino thioyloxy) benozolint ride)
    CPAS 4-chlorophenyl,2,4,5-trichlorophynylazosulphide

    Cyclomoph N-cyclodecyl-2,6-dimethyl-morpholinacetate

    Cycluren (OMU) N’-cyclo-octyl-N-dimethyl-morpholinacetate

    Cytrolane 2-(diethoxy phosphraylimino) 4-methyl-1, 3-dithiolane

    1. Ins. by G.S.R. 730(E), dated 30th October, 1995.
    2. Ins. by G.S.R. 538(E(, dated 21st November , 1996.


    Decarbofuran 2,3-dihydro-2-methulobenzofuren-7-yl-methyl carbamate

    Decazolin 1-(alpha, alpha-dimethyyl-beta-acetoxypropionyl-3-isopropyl-2,
    4 –dioxodeoa-hydroquinzaoline

    DEET N, N-diethyl-m-toluamide

    Dibromochloropropane 1,2-dibromo-3-chloropropane

    Dicamba 3,6-dichloro-2-methyoxybenzoic acid

    Dichlorbenil 2,6-diclorobabza nitrile

    Dichlofenthion 0-(2,4 dichlorophenyl) o, o-diethyl phosphorothioate

    Dichlone 2,3-dichloro-1,4-naphthoquinanone

    Dicoloropropane 1,3-dichloropropane

    Dicloran 2,6- dichlorobanza nitrile

    Dicofol 2,2,2-trichloro-1, 1-di-(4 chlorophenyl) ethanol

    Dichlorfenthion 0-(2,4 dichlorophenyl)O,O-diethyl phosphorothioate

    Dichlone 2,3-dichloro-1,4-napththoquinanone

    Dicoloropropane 1,3-dichloropropane

    Dicloran 2,6-dichloro-4-nitroaniline

    Dictophos Dimethyl phosphate ester with (E)-3-Hydroxy-N,

    N-dimethyl-cis-crotonamide dimethyl phosphate

    2,4-DB 4-2, 4-Dichlorophenoxy) butyric acid

    Difenphos (Abate) O,O,O’,O’-Tetramethyl O, O’-thiodi-p-phenylene
    phosphorothioate

    1[Difenzoquat Mythy] 1,2-dimethyle 3,5-dipheny1-pyrazolium-methy1 sulphate]

    Dikar A blend of Ditghane M-45 and Tech. Karathane

    Dimas (Alar) N-dimethylamino succinic acid

    Dinocap Mixture of 4 and 5 parts of 2,4-dinitro-6-octrophyany

    Crotonates to 2 parts of the isomer of 2, 6 dinitro-4-octyl
    phenyl crotonates.

    Dinoseb 2, 4-dinitro-6-S-butylphenol

    Dinoseb acetate 2,4-dinitro-6-5-butyl phenol acetate

    Dioxathion S-S-1, 4-dioxane-2, 3-ylidene (bis, (oo-diethyl)phos
    phosphorothiolo-thionate

    Diphacinene 2-diphenylacetyll 1,3 indanediene

    Diphenamid N N-dimethyl-2,2-diphenylacetamide

    Disulfoton diethyl s-(2-ethylthio) ethyl) phosphorothiolothionate

    Diuron N’-3,4-dichlorophenyl) NN-dimethyl urea

    DMPA O-(2, 4-dichlorophenyl) O’ methyl N-isopropyl)-
    phosphoroamidithicate

    Dodine Didecylguanidine-monoacetate

    Dodomorph 4-Cyclododeeyl-2,6-dimethyl-morpholine

    Drat (Chlorophacinone) 2-(a-Chlorphenyl-a-pheylacetyl) indane-1,3-dione

    DSMA Disodium methancarsonatc.

    Dursban O,O-diethyl O-(3,5, 6-trichloro-2 pyridyl) phosphoro-thioate

    Dusting Sulphur

    Ediphenphos O-ethyl-s,s-diphenyl-dithiophosphate

    1. Ins. by G.S.R. 730 (E) ] dated 30th October 1995.

    Endosulfan 6,7,8,9,10, 10-hexachloro-1,5,5a, 6,9 6a hexahydro-6;

    9-methano-2-4,3-benzo (e)-oxabicylo (2,2-1) heptane-2
    3-dicarboxylate

    EPTC S-ethyl-dipropylthiocarbamate

    Erbon 2-(2-4,5-trichlorophenoxy) methyl 2,2-dichloropionate

    Ethion Tetraethyl SS’ methylene bis phosphorothioate

    1[Ethoxysulfuron IUPAC :3-(4,6-dimethoxypgrimidin-2-y1)-1-(2-ethoxyphen-
    oxysulfony1) Urca.]

    Ethrel 2-chloroethane phosphonic acid

    Fenac sodium 2,3,6-tricholorophenylacetate

    Fenazeflor phenyl 5.6-dichloro-2-triflouromethyl benz-I
    midazole-1-carboxylate

    Fenitrothion dimethyl 3-methyl-4-nitrophenyl phosphorothioate

    Fensulfothion diethyl 4-(methyl sulphinyl)phenyl phosphoro-thionate

    Fentinacetate triphenyltin acetate

    Fentin Chloride triphenyltin chloride

    Fentin Hydroxide triphenyltin hydroxide

    Folex SSS-tributyl phosphorotrithioate


    Formethion S-(N-formethylcarbamoyl methyl) OO-dimethyl
    phosphorodithioate

    Fonofos (Dyfonate) O-ethol-s-phenyl ethyl phosphorodithioate

    Fujithion O,O-dimethyl-s-Parachchlorophenyl
    phosphorothis

    Gibberellins Gilberellic acid

    Herban 3-(5, 3a, 4,5,6,7,8,8-a-hexahydro-4,7-methanoindanyl)-1,
    1-dimethul urea.

    Indole acetic and butyric acids Indole acetic acid, indole butric acid

    Loxynil (Pantrol) 3,5-di-iodo-4-hydrixy benzethitrile

    Isobenzan 1,3,4,5,6,7,7,7-octachloro 1,3,3a, 4,7’ 7a-hexahydro-4 7,
    methanois olbensofuran

    Isononuron N’(hexahydro-4,7, methanoindan-lyl-)NN dimethyl urea

    Kitazin O,O-di-isopropyl-s-benzyl thiophosphate

    1 [ Lenacil 3-cyclothexyl-5, 6-trimethylenuracil

    Linuron N(3,4-dichlorophenyl)-N-methroxy-N-methyl urea

    Lucel 5,6,7, 8-tetrachloroquinoxaline

    Machete (Butachlor) (2-chloro-2’.6’,-diethyl-N-(Butoxmethyl)-acetainilide)

    M.C.P.B. 4(4-chro-2 methyl-phenoxy) butyric acid

    Menazon S-4-6-diamino-,3,5-triazin-2-yl methyl)
    dimethyl-phosphorothiolotionate

    Methamidophos O-S-dimethylester amide of thiophosphoric acid

    Metam Sodium N-methyldithiocarbamic acid

    Methomyl S-methyul N-(methylolcarbamyl)oxy thioacetimidate




    Methylmetiram Ammonium complex with Zn-(N’N1),
    2-propylene-bis-(dithiocarbamate
    and N’,N-1,2 ethylenebis,
    (dithiocarbamate) and N’-N
    poly-1, 2-propylene-bi (thiocarbamoyl)-di- sulphide
    1. Ins. by G.S.R. 730(E), dated 30th October 1995
    2. Ins. by G.S.R. 538(E), dated 21st November 1996.


    Metiram ammonium complex with Zn-(N’N-1’2-ethylenebis,
    (dithiocarbamate) and
    N’-N’-poly-1,2-propylene-bi(thiocarbamoyl)-disulphide

    Metoxuron N’(3-chloro-4-methoxyphenyl)-N,N-dimethyl urea

    Mevinphos 2-methoxy carbonyl-1-methyl vinyl diethyl phosphate

    MIPCIN 2-incorpylphenyl-N-methyl carbamate

    Menap O-ethyl S,S-dipropyl phosphordithioate

    Molinate S-ethyl-N-hexaphydro-I Hazepinuthiol-carbamate

    Monocrotophos 3-hydroxy-N-methyl-crotonamide dimethyl phsosphat

    Monolinuron N-(4-chlorophenyl N-methoxy-N-methyl urea

    MSMA Monosodium methaearsonate

    Neled 1, 2, dibromo-2,2-dichloroethyl dimethyl phosphate

    Naphthylacetic acid Naphthylacetic acid and its derivations

    Naburon 1~Butyl-3-(3,4-dichlorophenyl)-1-methyl urea

    Nemafos( Thinozim) 0, 0-diethyl C-2 pyrazinyl phosphorothioate

    Neopynamin 3,4,5,6-tetrahydro-phthal.imidomethyl
    chrysanthamate

    Nickel chloride Nickel chloride

    Nitrofen 2. 4-dichlorophenyl 4-nitrophenyl ether

    Omethotae dimethyl 8-(n-methyl-carbamoyle methyl)
    phosphorpthioate

    Orthane 0, S-dimethyl N-acetyl phosphoramidothioate

    Oxapyrazon
    (5-bromo-1,6-dihydro-6-oxo-l-phenyl-4-pyridazinyl
    oxamicacid-compound with 2
    dimethyl arninoethanol (1 & 1 'j

    Oxycarboxin (DCMCD 5, 6, dihydro-2-methyl-l, 4-oxathin-3-carbo
    xanilide 4, 4-dioxide

    Paraquat 1, 1-pimethyal-4,4-bipyridyliumion

    Pebulate 1, propyl-butyl-ethlocarbamate

    Phenthoate S-aethoxycarbonylbenzyl-O,
    0-phospho-rodithioate

    Phorate diethyl S-(ethylthizmethyl) phosphorothioli-thicate

    Phosalone S (6-echtoro-2-oxabenzoxolin-3yl) methyl-O,
    0-dietyl-phosphorothioate

    Phosphamidon 2-chloro-2-diethylcarbamoyl-I-methyl
    vinyl.ditnethyl phosphate

    Phosphorus Phosphorus paste

    Phosmet (Imidan) 0, 0-dimethyl-S-phtballlimide-niethyphos-phorodithioate

    Phosvel (Leptophos) pheynlglyoxylonitrite oxime 0-0 diethyl phosphorothioat

    Phoxin Phenylglyoxylonitrilic Oxime O-O-diethyl phosphonrothioate

    Picloram 0(2),5,dichlori - 4-bromopheny1)O-methy 1 pheny lthio
    phosphorate

    1(Pipronil ) (1)-5-amino –1-(2,6 dichloro-a..a.a. troflu-p-tolyl)-4-(trifluoromethyl sulfinyl pyraorezole-3-carvonitrile tetrazine]

    Plictran tricyclohexyl tinhydroxide derivatives


    Pronarnide (Kerb) 3, 5-dichloro-N (1,-dimethyl-2 propynyl) benexamide

    1. Ins. by G.S.R. 730(E), dated 30th October , 1995.


    Propanil 3. 4,-dichloropropionanilide

    Propargite (Omite) Prop-2-ynyl-(4-butyl phenoxyl) -eycohexyl sulphite

    Propineb Zinc propylenebdithiocarbanate(polymeric

    1[Propoomocarb Hydrochloride Propy1 3-(dimethlyamine)-Propylcarbomate hydrochloride]

    Prynachlor 0-N-butyn-(l)y; chloroactanilide

    Pyracarbolid 2-methyl-5, 6-dihydro-4-H-pyran-3-carboxylic
    anilide

    Pyrazan (PCA) 5-amino-4-chloro-2-phenyl-3-pyridazone

    Quinalphos 0, 0-diethyl quinoxalin-2-yl phosphorothioate

    Rabicide 4, 5, 6, 7,-tetrachlorophalide

    Ro-Neet S-ethyl N-ethyl-N-cyclothexyl-thiocarbamate

    Ronnel 0, 0-dimethyl (0-2,4,5-trichlorophenyl)
    phosphorothionate

    S-421 Octachlorodipropyl ether

    Sclex 3,-(3, 5-dichlorophenyl)-5, 5-dimethyl
    oxazo-lidinedione 2,4.

    2[silafluofen (4-Ethoxyphenyl)[3-(4-fluoro-3-phenoxy-phenyl)-propyl]
    (dimethyl)-silane.

    Simazine 2-chloro-4, 6-bis (ethylamin) s-trazine

    Sindone A 1, 1,-dimethyl-4, 6-di-isopropyl-indanyl ethyl
    ketone

    Sindone B 1, 1, 4-trimethyl 4,6-di-isopropyl-5-indanyl ethyl
    ketone.

    Sirmate 3, 4-and 2, 3-dichlorobenzyl N-methyl carbamate

    Swep methyl 3,4 dichlorocarbanilate

    Tar Acid Complex phenolic compounds or tar oil or
    creosotes

    Tavron G 2, 2, 2-trichlorethyl strayrene

    1[Tevufenozide N-tertobuty1-N-(4-ethy1 benzoy1)-3,5, dimethy1 benzohy- dtrazide.]

    Tecnazene 1, 2, 4, 5-tetrachloro-3-nitrobenzenes

    Terbacil 3-t-butyl-5 chloro-methyluracil

    Tetrachlorv.inphos (Gardona) 2-chloro-l-(2-,4,4-trichlorophenyl) vinyl
    dimethyl phosphate

    Tetram 0, 0-diethyl S-2-diethylamino ethyl
    phosphorothioate hydrogen oxalate

    2,4,5-TB 4-(2, 4, 5-trichlorocophnoxy)-butyric acid

    Thiadiazinthion (Terracur) 5-carboxymathyl-methyl-2 H-1, 3,5 thiadiazin
    2 thione

    Thiophanate-M 2-di~(3-methoxy-carbonyl-2
    thiouried) benzene

    Tranid exo-3-chloro-endo-6-cyano-2 norbornan
    O-Ene-l-methyl-carbamoyl)
    oxime

    1[Transfluthrin 2,3,5,6-Tetrafluorobenzyl(IR,3S)-3-(2,2-dichloro viny1)
    -2,2-dimethy1-cyclopropane carboxylate.]

    Triallate S-2, 2, 3-trichloroallyl dis-lopropylthic-carbamate

    Tridemorph 2,6-dimethyl"4.-tridecyl morpholone

    1[Triflumizzol (E)-4-Choloro-oc,oc,oc-Trifluoro-N-(1 imidezol-1-y1-2-
    propoxy ethylidine) o-toluidine).
    Tunic 2, (3, S-dichlorop henyl)-4-methyl lm
    2,4-oxadiazo-linine-3,5, dione



    Udonkor. N-(beta-cyanothyl) monochloroacetamide

    Vamidothion 0, 0-dimethyl-s-2-1, methyl-8-carbamoyl ethylthio ethyl) phosphorothioate

    Vegetta Ethylene thiuram monosulphide
    1. Ins. by G.S.R. 538(E), dated 21st November, 1996
    2. Ins. by G.S.R. 730(E), dated 30th October , 1995.

    Vornalate S-propyl NN-diprophyl thiolcarbamate

    Zectran 4-dimethylamino-3,5-xylel-N-methylcarbamate

    Basagram 3-isopropyl-IH-2,3-benxathiadixin 4-(3H)-one,
    2-2-dioxide

    Basalin N-2-chloressthyl) N-propyl-trifhcoro 2, 6,
    dinitro-p-touludine

    Bavistin. 2-(methoxy-carbamoyl)-benzimidazole

    Campogram M 2,5-dimethyl furan 3-carbanic acid anili'de and
    320gmsog (Zink)

    Trifluralin 2, 6-dinitro-NN-dipropyl-4-triflouromethyl aniline

    Flumeturon N-(3-trifluro-methylphenyl)-N'N'-dimethyl urea

    Metabromuron N-(P-bromophenyl)-N'-methyl-N-methexy
    urea

    Mancozeb zinc-manganese ethylene-bis-dithiocarbamate

    1[Methabenzthiazuron 1, 3-.fimethyl-3 (2, benzothiozoiyl)-ureal
    2 [Streptomycin

    Tetracyclines

    Terbuteryne 2-tert, butylarnino 4-ethylamino-6-methyliO,
    S-triazine)
    Glysophosate [N-1 (phosphonoinethyl) glycinel present as
    isoprophylarnine salt]

    [5] Bacillus thuringienisis

    [3] [Benthiocarb S-(4-chlor1obenzyl)-N, N-diethylthiol carbamate

    Cyperrnethrin x-cyano-3-phenoxybenzyl-2, 2-dimethyl-3-(2-d iclilorovinyl)
    cyclopropane carboxylate

    Decamethrin (S)-x-cyano-rn-phenoxybenzyl
    (IR-3R)-3-(2,2dibromovinyl)dimethyl
    cyclopropane carboxylate

    Fenvalerate x-cyano-rn-phenoxybenzyl –x-isopropyl-pchlorophynel acetate

    Perrnethrin 3 phenoxy benzyl (cis-trans-3 (2,2-dischlorovinyl)
    2,2dimethyl –cyclopropane
    caboxylate.

    Tetrachloroisophthalonitrile 1, 2, 4 Trichloro-3, 5-dinitrobenzene.]

    [Bromophos 0-(4 Brorno 2,5 dichlorophenyl) 00-dimethyl phosphorothioate

    Bromobhes ethyl 0-(4 bromo 2, 5 dichlorophenyl) OO-di-ethyl
    phosphorothioate

    Cartap 1, 3-di (carinolythio) 2-dimethyl phosphorothioate

    Dichloprophen (Antiphen) 5, 5-dichloro 2, 2, dihydroxy Phenyl
    methane
    1. Ins. by G.S.R. 823(E), dated 28th September, 1976
    2. Ins.by G.S.R. 201(E), dated 29th March 1978.
    3. Ins. by G.S.R. 574( E),Gazatte of India, 1xtra.Pt.II.Sec. 3(i),dated 6th November, 1979.
    4. Ins. by G.S.R. 32(E) Gazate of India.Extra.Pt.II.Sec.3(i) dated 12th February, 1980.
    5. Subs by G.S.R. 576(E) dated 26th August, 1993.

    Dinobuton Isopropyl-2(1-methyl-n-propyl) 4,6-dinitro phenyl carbonate.

    Dithianon 2,3-dicyano-1, 4-dithia-antharquin-one Thlylformate

    Ethyl formate Ethyl formate

    Fenfurarn 2-methyl-furan-3 carboxanilide

    Glyphosine N, N-bis (phosphonornethyl) glycine

    Guazatin 1, 17-diguanidino-9-azahepta decane

    Isofanphos O’-ethyl-O-(2-isoproposy-carbonyl)phenyl isopropyl
    phosphoramidothioate

    Isoproturon N-, n-dirnethyl-N-4-isopropyl phenyl urea

    Magnesium phosphide Magnesium phosphide

    Matribuzin 4-amino-6-tort, butyl-3 (rnethyl thio, 1, 2,4
    triazine-5 (4 H) one

    Triadimefon 1-(4-chlorophenoxy)-3, 3-dimethyl-l-)1-H-1, 2,
    4-tridzon-l-yl) -2 butanone

    Triforine 1, 4-di (2, 2, 2-trichloro-l-formami doethyl)
    piperazine

    Vacor N-3, pyridyl
    methyl-N-p-nitrophenyl urea]

    1[Amitraz 2-methy1-1, 3-di-(2-4-xyly-limino)2-azapropane

    Bendiocarb 2,2-dimethylbenzo-1,3-dioxo1 4-y1 methy1 carbamate.

    Benzoylpropethy1 ethy1 N-benzoyl-N-(3,4-dichloropheny1) DL alaninate

    Cyanazine 2-(4-chloro-6-ethylamino-1,3,5-triazin-2-ylamino)-2-methy1
    phorothioate.

    Etrimfos O-(6-ethoxy-2-ethy1-4-pyrimidiny1)O.O-dimethy1 phosphorothioate.

    Glyodin 2-heptadecy1-3, 4-dihydro-111-imidazoly1 acetate

    Oxadiazon 3-(2,4-dichloro-5-(1-methylethoxy) pheny1)-5(1, 1-demethylethy1)-1,3, 4-oxadiazol-2(311)-0ne.

    Oxyflurofen 2-Chloro-1-(3-ethoxy-4-nitrophinoxy1-4-trifluormethy1)benzene

    Propetamphos (E)-O02, isopropoxycarbony1-1-methy1 viny1-O-methy1 ethy1 phosphoramidothioate.

    Scilliroside 313,6B-6-acetyloxy-3(B-D-glucopyransoylozy)8,14-dihydroxy bufa-1-20,22,trienolide.

    Thiocyclam(hydrogenoxalate) N.N-dimethy1,1,2,3-trithian-5-amine hydrogenoxalate.

    Viclozolin 3-(3,5-dichloropheny1)-5-etheny1-5-methy1-2, 4-oxazolidinedione.

    Benodanil 2-lodo-N-pheny –lbezamide.

    Diclofopmethy1 2-(4-(2-methoxyacety1)phenolxy)-propanole acid

    Metalaxy1 methy1-(2-methoxyacety1)N-(2,6--xyly1)-D1-alaninate.

    Pendimethalin N-(1-ethy1 propy1)-3,4- dimethy1 2,6-dinitroben/cncamin

    Posethy1 aluminium Aluminium tris (ethy1-phosphonate)
    1. Ins. by G.S.R. 501(E), Gazette of india, Extra.Pt.II.Sec.3(i),dated 17th July 1982.

    Thiabendazole 2-(4-Thiazology1)-benzimidazole

    Butrizol 4-n-buty1-4H-1,24-triazole.

    TCMTB 2-(Thiocyanomethy1)benzothiazole.

    Bromadiolone 3,3, 4-bromol 1-bipheny1-4, Y-3 hydroxy-1-pheny1 propy1-4
    hydroxy-2 H-1-benzopyran-2 one.) ]

    1[Flucythrinate RS-Cyano-3-3Phenoxy Benzyle (s) 2-(4
    difluomethoxy
    phenyl)-methylbutyrate

    Triazophos 0, 0-diethyl 0-1-phenyl-l, 2,4
    triazol-3-zylphosphorothioate

    Diflbenzuron 1 (4-chlorophenyl)-3
    (2),6-difluorobenzoval) urea

    Bitertanol B-(1, 1-biphenyl)-4 yloxy)-1, (1, 1 dimethyl
    ethyl-I 1, 2,-triazole-l-ethrnol

    Sethooreydion .2, 1(ethoxyimine) butyl-5
    (2-ethylthopropy)-3-hydroxy
    2-cylohexen-l-one
    Brodifaccum 3-(3-(4-brornobiphenyl-4-Yl)-1, 2,3,4,
    tetrahydrol-naphtyl)
    4-hydroxyeouniarin .
    Methoprene Isopropyl (2E, 4E 11-methoxy-3,7-11
    trimethyl-2, 4-didecadienotate.]

    [Isoprothiolane Diesopropyl-l,
    3-dithiolan-2yl-idenemalenate

    Carbosulfan 2,3-dihydry2,2-dimethyl-7-benzofuranyl
    [(dibutylamine, thio] methyl
    carbamate

    Prochloraz N-propyl-N-[2-(2,4,6, trichlorophenoxy ethyl],
    imidaxole-l-carbozamide

    Methacrifos 0-2 methoxycarbonylprop 1-enyl-'0, 0,
    dimethyl-phosphorothioate

    Chloroluron 3-(3-chloro-p-tolyl-l, 1-dimethylurea

    Probenazole 3-allyloxy 1, 3-benzolsothiazol-1, 1-dioxide

    3[Tau)Fluvalinate] (RS)-d-cyano-3 phynqxybenzyl
    (R)-2(2)-Chloro-4-trifluoromethyl-aniline)-3-methylbutanoate

    DEPA N-diethyl-phenyl acetamide

    Fenpropathrin -d cyano-3 phenoxybenzyl-2, 2, 3, 3, 3-tetramethyl-
    1-cyclopropane-carboxylate

    Phenothrin 3 phenoxybenzyl
    (IRS)-cis-transchrysanthemate

    Kasugamycin -[5-amino-2-methyl-6-(2,3,4,5,6-pentahydroxy-
    Cyclo hexy), tetrahydropyran-3-yl)
    amino-a-iminoaccetic-acid.

    AmiditicHydrazone Tetrahydro-5, 5-d imethyl 2 (1-H)
    pyrimidinone-3 4- (trifluoromethyl)
    phenyl] (1-(2-4 trifluoromethyl) phenyl
    (ethenyl-2-propenylidene) hydrazone .
    Anilofos S [N(4-chloro-phenyl)
    (H-isopropyl-carbomoyl-methyl) 0,
    0-dimethyl dismophosphate
    1. Ins. by G.S.R. 500(E), Gazette of India, Extra.Pt Ii Sec.3(i), dated 18th June, 1985.
    2. Ins. by G.S.R. 839(E), Gazette of India, Extra. Pt.II.Sec.3(i), dated 14th Novemeber,
    1985.
    3. Subs by G.S.R. 576(E), dated 26th August, 1993.


    A herbal extract containing diallyl disulphide, alkyl propyl disulphide and
    Alkyl isothiocyanate, diallyl disulphide, alkyl propyl disulphide and allyl
    isothiocyanate.]

    1[Phenamiphos" Ethyl 4-methylthio-m-tolyl
    (Fenamiphos) isoprpylphosphoramidate

    Ametryne N-ethyl-N' 1-(methylethyl)-6-(rnethylthio)-1,'3,
    5-triazine-2,4-diarnine

    Prornetryne N, N-lbis (l-methylethyl (-6-(methylthio)-1,
    3-5-triazine2, 4-diamine

    Fluazifop RS: 2-[4(5 trifluoromethyl-2-pyridylo;xy phenoxy),
    propionic acid.]

    2[BORIC ACID ] Ortho boric acid
    BROMOPROPYLATE Isopropy1 4, 4' dibromobenzilate

    RESMETHRIN 5-benzy1-3-furylmethy1(IRS, 3RS, IRS, 3SR)-2-dimethy1-3-(2-methylprop-1-eny1)cyclopropanecarbnoxylate.

    AZAMETHIPHOS S-6 Chloro-2,3-dihydro-2, oxo-oxazole(4,5-b)pyridine-3-ylmethy1 C, O-dimethy1 ph-phorohioate.

    METACHLOR 2-Chloro-6-ethy1-N-)2-methoxy1-1-methylethy1)acet-0-toluidide.

    VALIDAMYCINA IL-(1,3,4/2,6)-2,3-diydroxy-6-hydrozymethy1-4-(is,4R, 5s, 63)-4, 5, 6-trihydroxy 3- hydroxymethylcyclohex-2-enylaminor)cyclohexy 1 –BD-glucopyroanoside.

    HALOXYFOP METHYL Methy1 2-(4)(3-chloro-5(trifluoro-methy1-2-pyridiny1)oxy]phenoxy)propanoate.

    PIMARICIN (8E,14E,16E,18E,20E,)-IS,3R,5S,7S,12R,24R,25S,26R-22-(3-amino-3-6-dideoxy-B-D-mannopyrano-syloxy-1,3,26-trihydroxy-12-methy1-10-oxo-6, 11,28-trioxatricyclo(22,3-1-05.7)octacosa-8,14,16,18,20-pentacne-25-carboxylic acid.

    CYHALOTHRIN (RS) 1-cyano-3-phenoxybenzyl(Z)-(1RS, 3RS)-(2-chloro-3,3, 3-trifluoropropenyl)-2,2-dometjhuylcyclopropane-carnboxylate.

    CHOLECALCIREROL 9,10(seocholesta-5, 7,10(10)trein-3 betaol:activate 7-dehydrocholestrol.

    TOLCLOFOS, METHYL O-(2, 6-dichloro-4-methy1-pheny1) O,O-dimethyl phosphorothioate.

    PIPEROPHOS S-2-methylpiperidinocarbonyl-methyl O,O-dipropylphos-phorodithioate.

    CHLORPYRIPHOS-METHYL O,O-dimethyl O-3,5,6-Trichloro-2-Pyridylphosphorothioate]

    3[Blssticidin 'S' 1-(4-amino 1, 2-dihydro-2-oxopyrimidin-1-yl)-4-(S)-3-amino-5-(1-methylguasnidino) Valermido)-1,2,3,4-tetradcoxy-D-erythro-hex-2-enopyranuronic acid.

    Difethialone (Bromo-4'-(biphenyl-l-1)-yl-4)3 tetrahydro-1,2,3,4-naphthyl-1)3-hydroxy-4, 2H-1 benzothiopyranone-2.

    Imazalil-MAGNATE Allyl 1-(2,4-dichlorophenyl)-2-imidazol-l-yletyl either.

    1. Ins. by G.S.R. 31(E), Gazette of India, Extra, Pt.II, Sec.3(i), dated 15th January, 1987.
    2. Ins. by G.S.R. 511(E), Gazette of India, Extra, Pt.II, Sec.3(i), dated 22nd May, 1987.
    3. Ins. by G.S.R. 677(E), dated 26th August, 1993.

    Naproanilide 2-(2-naphthyloxy)propinonanilide.

    Phenothiol S-ethy1(4-chloro-o-tolyloxy) thicacetate.

    Terbufos S-(((1,1-dimethylethyl)thio)methyl)-O,o-dicthyl phosphorodithicate.
    or
    S-tert-bytyl thiomethyl-o,o-diethyl Phosphorodithioate.

    Batocarboxim 3-(methyl thio)-o-((methyl amino)carbonyl)oxime-2 butanone.

    Imidacloprid 1-(6-Chloro-3-pyridinyl)-methyl)-N-nitroimidazolidin-2-yildeneamine.

    Piroxofop Propinyl 2-Propynyl(R)-2-(4-(5-chloro-3-fluroro-2-pyridinyloxy)-phenoxy)-propinonate.]

    Abamectin (Vertimate) Mixure of Avermectins(abamectin;amixture containing a minimum of 80% avermectin B,a(5-0-demethyl avermeetin A, a and a maximum of 20% avermection B, b (5-0-demethyl-25-de-(1-Methylpropyl)-25-(1-mthylethyl)avermectin A, a).

    Ancymidol a(-Cycloproy1-4-methoxy-a-(pyrimidin-5-yl)benzyl alcohol.


    Bifenox Methyl-5-(2,4-dichlorophenoxy)-2-nitrobenzoate.

    Butralin N-Sec-butyl-4-tert-butyl-2,6-dinitiroaniline.

    Chlorphonium chloride Tributyl(2,4-dichloro-benzyl)phosphonium

    Daminozide N-dimethylaminosuccinameic acid.

    Demeton-S Methyl S-2-ethylthiocthyl O,O-dimethylphosphorothoate (IUPAC).

    Dichloroprop (1)-2-(2,4-dichlorophenoxy)Propionic acid (IUPAC)

    Fludiexonil 4-(2,2-difluoro benzo(1,3) dioxol-4-yl), 111-pyrrole-3-Carbonitrile.

    HP-ROPE ZZEZ-7,II-Hexadecadien-1-YL, Acetate, Z-II-Hexadecenal, Z-9-Hexadecenal.

    Z-II-HEXAECENAL Z-ll-16al+Z-II-16AC.

    Lufenuron (RS)-1-(2,5-dichloro-4-(1,1,2,3,3,3,hexefluoropropoxy)-phenyl)-3-(2,6-difluorobenzyl)-Urea.

    Metamitron 4-Amino-4-5, dihydro-3-Methyl-6-phenyl-1,2,3-triazin-5-one (IUPAC)

    Dodcmorph (Meltatox) 4-Cyclodedecyl-2,6-dimethyl-morpholine.

    Mopiquat chloride 1,1-dimethyl-piperidinium

    Naproamide (RS)-N.N.diethyl-2(A-Naphthyloxy)propionamide.

    Oxadiargyl 5-tert-buty 1-3-(2,4-dichloro-5-propargyloxypheny1)-1,3,4 oxadiazol-2(3H)-One(IUPAC).
    Phenmedipham methyl 3-(3-methyl carbaniloyloxy)carbanilate(IUPAC)

    Pymetrozine 6, methyl-4-[(pyridin-3-yl methuylenc)-amino]-4,5-dichloro-n-(1,1-dimethylprophyny1)benzamide(IUPAC)

    PB-RPEL ZZEZ-7, 11-Hexadecadicn-1YL-Acetate.

    Paclobutrazol (2RS, 3RS)-1-)4-Chlorophenyl-4, 4-dimethyl-2-(1h-1,2,4-triazol-l-yl) pentan-3-ol.

    1[Tebuconazole A1fa-tert-buty-alpha-(para-chiloropheathyl)-1H,-1,2,
    4-triazole-1 ethanol]

    Tracontanol l-triacontanol.

    Thioura(Thiocarbamide) Thiourea.

    1[Triflumizole (E)-4-Chloro-a,a,a-trifluoro-No[1h-imidazonl-1-yl)-2-propoxyethylidene-O-toluidine]

    Triticonazole (IRS)-(E)-5-[4-chlorophenyl)methylene]-,2-dimethyl-l(lh-l,2,4 trazole-l-yl-methyl)cyclopentan-l-ol.

    Uniconazole (E)-1-(RS)-1(4-chlorophenyl)-4, 4-dimethyl 1-2(IH-1.2.4-trazolly-yl)pentl-en-30l.]

    2{Alanycarb Ethyl(Z)-benzyl, N-methyl (1-methyl thioethyliden-eamno)oxycarbobly)amino thio-Balaninate.

    Beta-Cyfluthrin o(-cyano-4 fluoro-3phenoxy (Mixture of 2 benzyl 3-(2,2 dicholorovin-enantiomeric pairs)yl)2,2-dimethyl cyclopropane carboxylate. Pair-II(S)-o-(cyano-4fluoro-3-phenoxy-benzyl(IR)-cis-3-(2,2-dicholorovinyl)-2,2 dimethylcyclopropane car-boxylate and the corresponding (R)-(IS)-cis-isomer;

    Beta-Cyper-Methrin (s)-o(cyano-3-[henoxy benzyl(IR)-cis-3(2),2-dichlorovinyl)-2,2 dimethyl cyclo propane carboxylate and (R)-o-cyano-3phenoxy benzyl (IS)-cis-3-(2,2 dichlorovinyl) 2,2,-dimethyl cyclopropane with (S)-0-(-cyano-3 phenoxy benzyl(IR)-trans-3-(2,2-dichlorovinyl)-2,2 dimethyl cyclopropane Carboxylate and (R)-o-(cyano-3 phenoxy benzyl(IS)-trans-3-(2,2 dichlorovinyl)-2,2 dimethyl cyclopropane carboxylate.

    Bupirimate Chlorfenapyr 5-Butyl-2-ethylamino-6 methylpyrimidin-4-yl-dimethyl.



    Cyhalofop butyl sulfamate, 4-bromo-2-(4-choloro-phenyl)-1-ethoxy –methyl-5-trifluormethyl pyrrole-3-carbonitrile.
    butyl(R)-2-4-(4-cyano-2—fluorophenozy)phenoxy propionate.
    Desmedipham Ethyl 3-phenyl carbamoyl-oxyphenyl carbamate.

    Epoxiconazole (2-s-3SR)-1-3-(2-chloro-phenyl)-2,3-epoxy-2(4-fluorphenyl)-proply-III-1,2,4-triazole.

    Ethofume-state (+) 2-ethoxy-2,3 dihydro –3,3-dimethl benzo furan 5 yl methane sulfnate.

    Famoxa-Done 3-anilino-5-methyl-5(4-phenoxyphenyl)-2,4-oxazolidinedione.

    Fenazaquinn 4-tert-butylphenethyl quinazolin 4 –yl either.

    Flurtamon (RS)-5-methyl amino-2-phenyl-4(oc,oc,oc-trifluoro-m-tolyl)furan 32(H) one.

    Fluthiamide 4-fluoro-N-iso proply-2(5-trifluoro methyl-1,3,4, thiadozol-2-yloxy) acetanilide- 2-Fluoroacetamide.
    1. Ins. by G.S.R. 730(E), dated 30th October, 1995.
    2. Ins. by G.S.R. 621(E), dated 27th October, 1997

    .
    Fluthiamide Halosulfuron- Mehtyl 3-chloro-5-(4,6-dimethoxy-pyrimidin-2-ylcar-
    Methyl Heptenophos bamoyl sulfamoyl)-1-methylpyraxole4-carboxylate
    Hydrogen Cyanamide 7-Chlorobicyclo(3,2,0)hepta-2,6,-dien 6-yl dimethy yl
    Indoxacarb phosphate Carbamic acide nitrile; cyanamide; cyanoamine.

    (s)70-chloro-3-methoxy carbonyl-(4-trifluroro methoxy phenyl)-cabamoyl-2,5-dithydroindero(1,2,e)(1,3,4) oxadiazene-4a(34)-carboxylic and methylesir.

    Isopeopazol I methylethyl 5-4 bromo-I-methyl-5(trifluoromethyl)IH-
    pyrazone 3-yl-2-chloro-4-flurobenzoate.

    Isouron 3-(5-tert-butyl =iso xazole-3-)I, I-dimethyl urea.

    Karanjin Karanjin(isolated form Ponqamia glabra)

    Methoxyfe N'tert-butyl-N-(3,5-dimethylbenzoyl)-3-methoxy-2-methyl-
    enazide Propaquizafop benzohydrazide.
    Pyrithiobac-Sodium 2-isopropylident-amino-oxyethy(R)-2-4-(6 chlorqu-inoxalin-2-yloxy)phexoxy propionate.

    Pyrithiobac-Sodium Sodium 2-chloro-6-(4,6-dimethoxy pyrimidin-2-yl thio)
    Spinosad benzoate. spinosad 1, Spinosyn A.

    2,-(6-deoxy-2,3,4 trio-o-methyl-alpha-l-,mannopy ransoyl) oxy(-13-(5 dimethyl amino) 6-methyl-2, H-pyram-2hl)9-ethyl 1-2,3,3a,5A,5B,6,9,10,11,12,13,14,16a, 16b teradecahydro-14-menthl=yl-IH-as indaceno (3,2-d)-oxacyclodo decin-7,15-dione.2.Spinoxyn D 2-(6-deoxy-2,3,4-trio-o-methyl-alpha-L-mannopuyra-nosyl)(XY)13-[(5-dimethylaino) tetrahydro-6-methyl-2H-pyran-2yl]-9-ethyl-2,3,3a,5a,6,9,10,11,12,13,14,16a,16b,-tetradca-hydro 4,14,dimethyl-dimethyl-IH-as-indaceno(3,2-1_oxacyclodedecin-7,15-dione.

    Lithium Perflu-orooctane suflonate.

    Sulfonite n-)4,6-dimethoxy 2-pyrimidiryl)-2-ethyl sulfonyli-midazol
    Sulfosulfuron 1,2. a pyridine-3-sulfonamide.

    Triflumuron 1-(2-cholorbenzoy)-3-(4-trifluoro-methoxyphenyl urea).]

    1[Antagonistic fungi and Bacteria:

    (a) Bacillus subtilis
    (b) Gliocladium Species
    (c) Pseudomonas Fluorescens
    (d) Trichoderma species

    Entomogenous fungi:
    (a) Beauveria bassiana
    1. Added by G.S.R. 224(E) dated 26th march, 1999.

    (b) Metarrhizium anisopliae
    (c) Nomurea rileyi
    (d) Verticillium lecanii
    Grannulosis Viruses (GV)
    Nuclear Polyhedrosis Viruses (NPV)]












    THE INSECTICIDES RULES, 1971


    In exercise of the powers conferred by section 36 of the Insecticides Act. 1968(46 of 1968), the Central Government, after consultation with the Central Insecticides Board, hereby makes the following rules, namely :-

    CHAPTER -1

    PRELIMINARY

    1.Short title and Commencement
    These rules may be called the Insecticides Rules, 1971.
    [2]They shall come into force on the 30th day of October, 1971.
    2 .Definitions:- In these rules unless the context otherwise requires-

    a."Act" means the Insecticides Act, 1968(46 of 1968);
    (2) ***
    3. ( c) "expiry date" means the date that is mentioned on the container, lebel or
    wrapper against the column ' date of Expiry;]
    3. (d) 'form" means a form set out in the First Schedule;
    (e)"laboratory" means the Central Insecticides Laboratory;]
    (f) schedule" means a schedule annexed to these rules;
    (2)[ ***]
    4. (h) "pests" means any insects, rodents, fungi weeds and other forms of plant or
    animal life not useful to human beings;]
    3. (i) "primary package" means the immediate package containing the insecticides;
    ( j ). "principal" means the importer or manufacturer of insecticides, as the case may be,
    (k). "registration" includes provisional registration;
    ( l.) "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;
    (m) "Schedule' means a Schedule annexed to these rules;
    (n)"secondary package" means a package which is neither a primary package not a
    transportation package;
    (o) "section" means a section of the Act;
    ---------------------------
    1. Vide G.S.R. 1650 dated 19th October, 1971, published in the Gazette of India. Extra.Pt.II.Sec.3(i). dated 30th October. 1971.
    2. Omitted by G.S.R. 736(E), dated 9th December, 1977
    3. Ins. by G.S.R. 533 (E), dated 6th August 1993.
    4. Subs.by G.S.R. 533(E), dated 6th August 1993


    ( p)"testing facility" means an operational unit 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
    storage of the insecticides for which an application for registration is made;
    (q) "transportation package" means the outermost package used for transportation
    of insecticides.)

    (1) (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 organization under whose control such a person (s) is operating.]

    CHAPTER - II

    FUNCTIONS OF THE BOARD, REGISTRATION COMMITTEE AND 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 coloring 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.
    ------------------------------
    1. Ins. by G.S.R. 371 (E), dated 20th May ,1999(w.e.f.20-5-1999)


    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 insecticide 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.(1) (a) An application for registration of an insecticide under the Act shall be
    made in forms 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 karat 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 authoresses in that behalf by the board of directors and in any other case by the person in charge or 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. (2) An application form duly filled together with a bank draft, drawn in favor of the Accounts Officer Directorate or Plant Protection Quarantine & Storage, payable at. Faridabad towards registration fee shall be sent to the Secretary Registration Committee, Directorate of Plant Protection, Quarantine & 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 sections 9(3) and 9(3B) of the insecticides act, 1968;

    (ii) rupees two thousand five hundred incase of application for registration under
    section 9(4) of the insecticides act,1968.]
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    1. Subs by G.S.R. 533(E), dated 6th August 1993
    2. subs by G.S.R. 371(E), dated 20th May, 1999(w.e.f.20.-5-1999)

    1(3) the registration fee payable shall be paid by a demand draft drawn on the state bank of India Faridabad, in favor 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.]

    2[ 6A 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 favor of the Accounts Officer, Directorate of Plant Protection, Quarantine & Storage, Faridabad, Haryana for a duplicate copy of a Certificate of Registration if the original is defaced, damaged or lost.]

    3[6B. Addition, deletion or alteration on the certificate of Registration
    including labels and leaflets.

    A fee of rupees one hindered shall be paid in the form of demand draft drawn on the State Bank of India, faridabad, in favor 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.]

    7. Appeal :-

    (1) An appeal against any decision of the Registration Committee under section 9
    shall be preferred in writing 4[in Form II -B in duplicate) to the central
    Government in the Department of Agriculture.
    ( 2) The appeal shall be in writing and shall set out concisely and under distinct
    heads the grounds on which the appeal is preferred.
    4(3)Eevery appeal shall be accompanied by a demand draft of rupees one thousand towards fee and a copy of the decision appealed against.
    4.(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 favor of the pay and Accounts
    Officer Department of Agriculture & cooperation, New Delhi.]

    'Miscellaneous'-Fees, Fines, etc., realized under Insecticides Act. 1968."

    8. Manner of publication of refusal to register or cancellation of 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 byu the Department of Agriculture of the Government of India.



    CHAPTER IV
    GRANT OF LICENSES

    9. Licenses to manufacture insecticides

    4.(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.]
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    1.Subsituted by GSR 533(E)( dt. 6.8.1993.
    2. Ins. by G.S.R. 533(E) , dated 6th August, 1993 and subs. by G.S.R. 371(E), dated 20th May , 1999.(w.e.f.20-5-1999).
    3. Ins. by G.S.R. 371(E), dated 20th May, 1999(w.e.f.20-5-1999)
    4. Subs. by G.S.R. 371(E), dated 20th May, 1999 (w.e.f. 20-5-1999).

    ( 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.
    1(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 license 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.]

    (vi). (1) the licensee shall obtain ISI mark certificate from Bureau of Indian Standard within three months of the commencement of the manufacture.

    (vii) No insecticides shall be sold or distributed without ISI Mark Certification.]

    3(4) A licensing officer may after giving reasonable opportunity of being heard, to the applicant refuse to grant any license .

    (4A) 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.]

    4((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.]

    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 for Form VII, as the case
    may be to the licensing officer and shall be a accompanied by the fees specified
    in sub rule (2).
    (3) 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 subject a maximum of Rs. 7500. Thereare shall be a seprate 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 two hundred fifty for every place;
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    1. Subs by G.S.R. 47 (E), dated 24th July, 1976
    2. Ins. by G.S.R. 372(E) dated 20th May, 1999 (w.e.f. 20-5-1999)
    3. Subs. by G.S.R. 533(E), dated 6th August 1993
    4. Subs by G.S.R. 371 (E), dated 20th May, 1999 (w.e.f. 20-5-1999)
    5. Subs by G.S.R. 533(E) dated 6th august, 1993 and again subs by G.S.R. 371(E) dated 20th May 1999(w.e.f.20-5-1999).

    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.]

    ( 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 license s shall be issued
    in respect of every such place 4[and for every insecticides.]

    2[3A) Pest Control Operators-

    ( i.) Any person who desires to undertake pest control operations, with the use of Aluminium Phosphide, Methyl promide. 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 fo 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 Techonological Research Institute,
    Mysore; indian Grain storage Institute, Hapur and National Plant Protection
    Training Institute, Hyderabad.

    (iv)For undertaking fumigation, the pest control operators shall have to contain
    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 guide lines 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.]

    4.(1) 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 rules made
    thereunder of the time being in force.]
    ( iii)(2) Where the licensee wants to sell, stock or exhibit for sale or distribute any
    additional insecticides during the currency of the license  on payment of fees
    specified in sub-rule (2).]
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    1. Added by G.S.R. 533 (E), dated 6th, August 1993
    2. Ins. by G.S.R. 371(E), dated 20th May, 1999(w.e.f. 20-5-1999)
    3. Subs by G.S.R. 474(E),dated 24th July 1976
    4. Subs by G.S.r. 533(E) dated 6th August 1993.

    ( iv.) If the licensing officer is satisfied that a particular insecticide is harmful to
    human beings animals or environment, he may after recording 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. ]

    2(4A) [(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 the Form VI-D.].

    (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 authorised
    and also the type of formulations to be used in commercial pest 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 authorised in writing to issued the principal's
    certificate.

    ( iv) In case of suspension, revocation or cancellation of the certificate, the principal shall forthwith intimate the licensing officer having jurisdiction.]

    1 [(5) A licensing officer may, after giving a reasonable opportunity of being heard to the applicant refuse to grant any license .]

    5.[(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.]

    2(10A.) 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.

    3( 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 remanufacture.]

    10B. 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;
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    1. Ins by G.S.R. 372(E), dated 20th May, 1999 (w.e.f. 20-5-1999)
    2.. Ins by G.S.R. 533(E), dated 6th August, 1993
    3.. Subs by G.S.R. 372(E), dated 20th May, 1999 (w.e.f. 20-5-1999)
    4. Subs by G.S.R. 533(E), dated 6th August 1993
    5. Subs by G.S.R. 371(E), dated 20th May 1999 (w.e.f. 20-5-1999

    (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.

    10C. 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 license s

    [(a) (1) Any license  issued or renewed under this chapter shall, unless
    sooner suspended or cancelled, be in force for a period of two cancelled,
    be inforce 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
    section 9 shall expire on the date of expiry of the provisional registration ;

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

    2(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 alongwith the
    application for renewal:

    Provided that where the amin 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 licensee the licensing officer may after recording reasons 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 till the date of communication of the final order on that application.
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    1. Subs by G.S.R. (E), dated 6th August, 1993
    2. Subs by G.S.R. 371(E), dated 20th may , 1999 (w.e.f.).

    (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 apllication.]

    1[( c ) The license  shall continue to be in force until it is renewed or revoked. Where an appleal is preferred under section 15, the license  shall continue to be revoked until disposal of appeal or as ordered by the appellate authority pending disposal of the appeal.]

    (d) A license  Officer may, after giving an opportunity of being heard, refuse to
    renew the license  (3)[for reasons to be recoreded in writing].

    12.Conditions of license 

    2[(a} Subject to conditions laid down in sub-rule 930 of rule 9, 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 and the premises in respect of which license  is to be granted are adequate and equipped with proper storage accommodation for avoiding any hazards for preserving the properties of insecticides in respect of which the license  is granted.

    (b) In granting a license , the licensing officer shall have regard, among other things to-

    ( i) The number of license s granted in the locality during any year; and

    (ii) The occupation, trade or business caried 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 licnce
    1[after satisfying himself that the Registration Committee has amended the 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 persmission to transfer the license  to any other person.

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

    ( 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 therefor shall be
    refunded to the applicant.


    2(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.
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    1. Subs by G.S.R. 371(E) dated 20th May, 1999 (w.e.f. 20-05-1999).
    2. Subs by G.S.R. 533(E) dated 6th August 1993.
    3. Subs by G.S.R. 533(E) dated 6th August, 1993.

    ( 2)All sales of insecticides made to licensed manufacturer (formulator or packer),
    stockist, distributor, dealer, retailer or to abulk consumer shall be entered
    insecticidewise, 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 or manufacturer of insecticide shall maintain a stock register in
    Form XV or technical grade insecticides and in Form XVI to formulate
    insecticides.
    ( 4)Without prejudice to the foregoing, the Central Government or the State
    Government or any other person authorised 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 to any insecticides or any batch thereof, including the particulars or all persons to whom it has been sold or distributed, as it may consider necessary.]

    CHAPTER V
    PACKING AND LABELLING

    16.Prohibition of sale or distribution unless packed and lebelled

    No person shall stock or exhibit for sale or distribute 1[or cause to be
    transported] any insecticide unless it is packed and labelled in
    accordance with the provisions of these rules.

    2(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 analysed 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 ny
    further steps are still required to be taken to make it marketable.]

    18.Leaflet to be contained in package

    3(1) The packing of every insecticides 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;
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    1. Ins. by G.S.R. 533(E), dated 6th August, 1993
    2. Subs by G.S.R. 533(E), dated 6th August 1993
    3. Remmbered by G.S.R. 533 (E) dated 6th August 1993
    ( c)Cautions regarding storage and application of insecticides with suitable warnings 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.
    1( g) Common name of the insecticide as adopted by the International standards
    orginisation and where such a name has not yet been adopted such other name
    as may be approved by the Registration Committee.]

    1(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 to the state licensing officer.]

    19.Manner of labelling

    1.The following particulars shall be either printned 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 manufactures, packs or distributes 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 Organisation 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 contents shall be exclusive of wrapper or other
    material. The correct statement of the net contents to 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
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    1. Ins. by G.S.R. 533(E), dated 6th August 1993.

    ( 2)The label shall be so affixed to the containers 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 450 (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 symbole 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 lable 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 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 50 mg/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 be affixed in the packages containing insecticdes 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)Labelling 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 insecticde at the instance, direction or permission of the Registration Committee.



    CHAPTER VI
    INSECTICIDE ANALYSIS AND INSECTICIDES INSPECTORS

    21.Qualification 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 ) graduate in Agriculture or a graduate in Science with chemistry as special
    subject; and
    ( b)adequate training in analysing insecticides in a recognized laboratory.

    22.Powers of Insecticides Analyst

    1.The Insecticides Analyst shall have the power to call for such information or
    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
    whom the sample was obtained.

    23.Duties of Insecticides Analyst

    1.The Insecticides Analyst shall analyst or cause to be analysed 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 insecticides 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 Insecticides analyst shall compare the sealson the packet with the specimen impression received separately and shall note the condition of the seals on the packet.

    1 (2) In making the test or analysis of insecticides, it shall be sufficient of the
    insecticides analyst follows that specifications and the months of examination of
    samples as approved by the registration committee.]

    ( 3)After the test or analysis has been carried out under sub-rul (2), the insecticides analyst shall forthwith supply to the Insecticides Inspector a report in triplicate inform IX of theresult of test of analysis.

    25.Fees payable for testing or analysis

    2.(1) the fees payable for testing or analysing insecticides under sub-section
    (5) of section 24 of the act shall be as specified in the second schedule.]

    (1)(2) The fee payable for testing or analysing 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 sate government, exempt from payment of the fee for such period as it may consider reasonable.]

    26.Qualifications of Insecticides inspector

    A person shall be eligible for appointment as an Insecticides Inspector
    under the Act only if he possesses 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 Insecticides Inspector

    The Insecticides Inspector shall have the following duties, namely:

    (1.)to inspect not less than three times in a year all establishments 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 insecticides 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 thereunder;
    ( 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
    Thereunder;
    ( 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.
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    1. Subs by G.S.R. 533(E) dated 6th August, 1993
    2. Subs by G.S.R. 736(E), dated 9th December 1977

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

    It shall be the duty of any inspector authorised 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 thereunder 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 insecticides 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 insecticides 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
    Insecticides 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 insecticides inspector for the stock of any insecticide
    seized shall be in form XI.

    33.Form of intimation for 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 anaslysis

    (1.)Sample for test or analysis under the Act shall be sent by registered post or by
    hand in sa 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 insecticides analyst.




    CHAPTER VII
    TRANSPORT AND STORAGE OF INSECTICIDES IN TRANSIT BY RAIL,
    ROAD OR WATER

    35.1 [Manner of packing, storage while transporting] –( 1) packages containing insecticides, offered for transport by rail, shall be packed in accordance with the conditions specified in the Red 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 other articles or
    shall be kept in separate almirahs under lock and key depending upon the
    quantity and nature of the insecticides.
    ( 2)The rooms or premises means 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,

    2 [ 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 during spraying operation shall be examined
    medically before their employment and at lest quartely in the case of those
    engaged in manufacturing/ formulation units and yearly in 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 organophos phorus compound or a carbamate compound, the blood cholinesterages 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 cvhlorine group of insecticides in a manufacturing / formulation unit. In the case of spraying people working with the pest control operators, the estimation of cholinesterase level (if working with organophosphorus 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.]
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    1. Subs. by G.S.R. 372(E), dated 20th May, 199 (w.e.f.20-5-1999
    2. Subs by G.S.R. 533(E), dated 6th August , 1993.

    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,
    districution or application, 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 u 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 of 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 be concentrates of insecticides in the air
    where the insecticides are mixed exceed the maximum
    permissible values.

    41. Manufactures, etc. to keep sufficient quantities fo antidotes
    and first-aid medicines

    The Manufacturers and distributors foinsecticides and persons who undertake to spray insecticide on a commercial basis ( hereafter in these rules referred to as operators) shall keep sufficient stocks of such first-aid tools, equipment's, antidotes, injections and medicines as may be required to \treat poisoning cases arising from inhalation, skin, contamination, eyes contamination and swallowing.

    42. Training of workers

    The manufactures and distributors of insecticdes 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 specialissation training including clinical effects of
    the insecticides.

    44. Disposal of used packages, surplus material and 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 habition.








    CHAPTER IX

    MESCELLANEOUS

    45. Places at which the insecticides may be imported

    No insecticides shall be imported into India except through one of the following places, namely;

    Ferozepore Cantonment and Aamritsar railway stations in respect of insecticides
    imported by rail across the frontier with theWest Pakistan. 1

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

    1 {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.
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    1. Subs. by G.S.R. 1064 (E), dt. 7-11-1988.

    46. Travelling 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 travelling and other allowances for
    attending meetings of the Board, 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

    1[FORM-I]

    (See rule 6)

    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 of the supplier if he is duly authorised by the manufacturer.
    ( c) Is the insecticide registered in the country:

    (1) Of manufacture.

    (2) From which supplies are expected to be made.

    (ii) In the case of manufacture please state;

    Whether the insecticide is meant for domestic consumption or for export or for both.

    5.In the case of formulation, the sources of supply of technical grade material and its status of registration.
    6 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) shelf life claim.

    7.Toxicity of the products to human beings, wild life, aquatic animals (toxicological data to be enclosed (as per details specified by the Registration Committee).


    8.The plant diseases, insects and other poisonous animals and weeds against which it is intended to be used.
    (published/authentic reports on bioefficacy of the insecticide to be enclosed as per details specified by the registration committee.
    9.Instructions for storage and use including first-aid and precautionary measures which are proposed for labelling.

    10.(I) ten copies of specifications 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.

    11.Seven copies of the proposed labels and leaflets (including all printed or graphic matter which will accompany the package containing the insecticide0 as per the insecticides rules, 1971.

    12.Manner of packing.

    13.Particulars of fee deposited.

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    1.substituted by GSR 533(E), dt. 6-8-1993.
    Signature of the applicant
    With seal

    VERIFICATION


    I ………………. S/o …………………. do hereby solemnly verify that to the best of

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    my knowledge and belief the information given in the application and the annexures 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…….. Signature

    Date…….. 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 authorised 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 authorised in that behalf by the Board of Directors, and in any other case, by a person incharge
    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/ undertaking whose particulars are specified below;

    1 Name of the Person/ undertaking.
    2.Address.
    3.Registration No.
    4.Name of the insecticide.

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

    5. Conditions, if any.

    New Delhi, the ……19.

    Conditions Signature……

    Seal of Department










    1[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:-

    1.Name of person / undertaking
    2.Address
    3.Registration number
    4.Name of insecticide

    (Brand name or trade name and chemical name or trade name and chemical name of the insecticide, details of composition).

    5.Conditions, if any:

    (i)

    (ii)

    (iii)

    Faridabad, the ................................20

    Signature

    Seal of Department











    FORM II-B

    [See rule 7]

    APPEAL UNDER SECTION 10 OF THE INSECTICIDES ACT, 1968,
    TO THE CENTRAL GOVERNMENT


    To,

    The Secretary
    Ministry of Agriculture,
    (Department of Agriculture and Cooperation),
    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 f 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

    *Statement of Facts

    *Grounds of Appeal

    Signature (appellant)

    *(Please give each ground in a separate paragraph and number it).

    Signature (appellant)
    1. Ins by G.S.R. 533 (E) dated 6th August 1993



    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:
    Place: Signature (Appellant).

    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 incase of an individual by the individual himself or a person duly authorised by him; in case of Hindu Undivided family by the karta; in case of partnership company, by the managing partner; in the case of company, by a person duly authorised
    by the Board of Directors and in any other case, by the person incharge or responsible for the conduct of the business.]

    1[FORM III

    See Rule 9]

    APPLICATION FOR THE GRANT OF license  TO
    MANUFACTURE INSECTICIDES

    1.Name, address and status of the applicant:
    2.Address of the premises where the manufacturing activity will be done:

    3.Name of the insecticides with Name of the insecticide Registration No. Date
    their registration number and
    date for which manufacturing 1
    license  is applied for (enclose 2
    copies of certificate of registr- 3
    ations duly signed by the applicant).

    4.Whether any registration is provisional, if so give particulars

    5.Details of full time expert staff Name Qualification Experience
    connected with the manufacture 1
    and testing of the Insecticides 2
    in the above unit
    6.Whether all the facilities required under.Chapter VIII of the rules have been
    provided Give full details in a separate sheet.
    7.Particulars of the fee deposited:
    1. Subs by G.S.R. (E) , dated 6th August 1993.

    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 annexures 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: Signature with seal.]
    Place:
    FORM IV

    See Rule 9(1)]

    APPLICATION FOR RENEWAL OF license 
    TO MANUFACTURE INSECTICIDES

    1.I / We…… of …. Hereby apply for the renewal of the license  to manufacture insecticides on the premises situated at… (license  No. and date to be given).
    2.The other details regarding the manufacture of the insecticide continue to remain the same.

    1(3) Particulars of the fee deposited.]
    4.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

    *If there is any change in the details of manufacture or conditions of license  subject to which the license  is required to be renewed, the same may be indicated here.
    1. Subs, by G.S.R. 533 (E), dated 6th August, 1993
    2. Ins. by G.S.R. 533 (E) dated 6th August 1993.


    FORM V
    See Rule 9(2)]

    license  TO MANUFACTURE INSECTICIDES

    1.Number of license  and date of issue…….
    2.….. of …….is hereby 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 (name)……
    b.Name of insecticides….
    3.The license  authorises the sale by way of wholesale dealing by the licensee and storage for sale by the licensee of insecticides manufactured under the license .

    1[Provided such sales are made from or storage is done in the factory premises.]

    4.The license  shall be in force for a period of ….years from the date of issue.
    5.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…..
    Seal of the Licensing Officer Designation

    Conditions
    1.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 Insecticides inspector appointed under the Insecticides act 1968 or any other officer or authority authorised by the licensing officer.
    2.Any `change in the expert staff named in license  shall forthwith be reported to the licensing officer.
    3.If the licensee wants to undertake during the currency of the license  to manufacture for sale of 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.
    2( 4) An application for the renewal of a license  shall be made as laid down in rul 11.]
    3(5) The licensee shall comply with the provisions of the insecticides act 1968, and the rules made thereunder for the time being in force.]
    4(6) The licensee shall obtain ISI mark certificate from Bureau of Indian Standard within three months of the commencement of the manufacture.
    7.No insecticides shall be sold or distributed without ISI Mark Certification.]
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    1. Subs by G.S.R. 474 (E) dated 24th July 1976
    2. Ins. by G.S.R. 474 (E) dated 24th July 1976
    3. Added by G.S.R. 533 (E) dated 6th August 1993
    4. Ins. by G.S.R. 372(E), dated 20th May 1999 (w.e.f. 20-5-1999)

    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……...................

    1.Full name and address of the applicant
    2.Is the applicant a newcomer? say "yes" or "no")
    3.If yes, the names of the principals, if any, whom he represents.

    1 [***].
    5.I enclose a certificate from the principals whom I represent or whom I intend to represent and the source/ sources from which insecticides will be obtained.
    1[***].
    7.Situation of the dealr's premises where the insecticide will be (a) stored; and (b) sold.
    8 The names of insecticides in which the applicant desires to carry on business.
    9.Full particulars of license s issued in his name by other state Government,
    if any, in their area.
    10. I have deposited the license  fee.

    Treasury Challan No……..
    Sub-Treasury……..
    11. Declaration:
    (a).I / We declare that the information given above is true to my / our knowledge and belief, and no part there of is false.
    ( b) 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 a applicant.
    1. Omitted by G.S.R. 533(E), dated 6th August, 1993
    2.Ins. by G.S.R. 371(E), dated 20th May , 1999 (w.e.f. 20-5-1999









    Remarks by the licensing authority.

    2[FROM VI-A

    See Rule 10(3A)

    APPLICATION FOR THE GRANT OF license  TO STOCK AND USE RESTRICTED INSECTICIDES(S) FOR COMMERCIAL PEST CONTROL OPERATIONS(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 operations
    (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 insecticides(s) handles 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 insecticides (s) which the applicant desires to use.
    11.Category (s) applied for.
    12.Particulars of the fee(s) deposited.
    1 3.Whether technical expertise approved by the plant protection adviser to the Government of India for undertaking pest control operations Attach Proof).
    14.Whether permission obtained from Plant Protection Adviser to the Government India for undertaking fumigation (attach Proof & validity).

    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 or attested copy of which is enclosed herewith.

    Date
    Place

    Signature with seal

    FROM VI B
    See Rule 10(3A)

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

    To,

    The Licensing Authority,

    State…………………..

    I / We hereby apply for renewal of the license  to stock and use of restricted insecticides for categories; I, II and III under the name and style of .................. The license  desired to be renewed was granted by the licencing authority and allotted license  No. …… ...on the day of ….................19….......................
    2.State of Change, if any in:-
    ( a)category of operation
    (b)expert staff
    (c).restricted insecticides used
    (d.)premises of stocking
    (e.)address including of branch offices
    ( f.)whether any new branch / unit has been opened after grant or renewal of license 
    (g).any other change.
    3.Particulars of fee deposited
    4.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 annexures and statements accompanying it, it correct and complete.

    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 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

    1…………… is hereby license d 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 thereunder.

    2.license  shall be in force from ……. ............................to ………......................
    3.Conditions , if any

    (i)

    (ii)

    (iii)

    Date: license  No……..
    Licensing Authority seal]





    1[FORM VI-D
    PRINCIPAL CERTIFICATE
    See Rule 10(4-A)(I)]

    Name and address Principal certificate No.
    of the manufacturer Date

    We have insecticide manufacturing license s for our factories as given below:-
    Sl. No Name & Address of theManufacturing premises license No. Date Valid upto Name & 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 authorise them to sell, stock or exhibit for sale or distribution of the following......................... insecticides in wholesale/ Retail.................................in Taluka/District/State.

    Sl. No. Common Name ofInsecticide Trade markof the insecticide Registration No. Date
    1. 2 3 4 5

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

    Sl. No. Name ofSource(s) Detailed address of the source(s) license  No.& Date license  valid upto Detailed address ofthe 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 thereunder.
    1. Ins. by G.S.R. 372(E), dated 20th May, 1999(w.e.f. 20-05-1999)
    This principal certificate is valid upto…..
    Date Signature (Authorised Signatory)
    Place: Designation
    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 thereunder.

    Date
    Place
    Dealer's seal

    Signature
    Name:
    Designation
    Address of the Dealer

    Dealers license  No and Date
    (if issued for renewal of license )
    copy submitted to the concerned 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……...............

    2. 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)
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    Premises where insecticides Premises where insecticides
    are stored 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 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, insecticide….. on the premises situated at….. subject to the conditions specified below and to the provisions of the insecticides Act, 1968 and the rules thereunder.

    1.license  shall be in force from……… to…………..
    1[***]
    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 license  shall comply with the provisions of the insecticides act, 1968, and the rules made thereunder for the time being in force.

    2 (3) No insecticides shall be sold or distributed except in packages which are or may be approved by the Indian standards Institution from time to time.

    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 be apply to the licensing officer for issuance of separate license s for each insecticide on payment of the prescribed fee.]

    Renewal

    3[4. An application for the renewal of a license  shall be made as laid down in rule 11.]

    "Triplicate"

    1. Item No. 3 deleted by G.S.R. 533 (E), dated 6th August 1993
    2. Subs by G.S.R. 533(E), dated 6th August, 1993
    3. Ins. by G.S.R. 474(E) dated 24th July 1976.





    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.Conditon of the sales 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 SECTION 21 (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 the insecticides act, 1968 or …… of the insecticides rules, 1971.

    I hereby require you under section 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 / formulation.
    1.
    2
    3
    4
    5
    6
    Date: Insecticide Inspector
    Seal.









    FORM XI
    See Rule 32

    FROM OF RECEIPT FOR THE SEIZED INSECTICIDES

    Receipt for stock of insecticide seized under section 21(1) (d) of the insecticides act, 1968. The stock of the insecticide detailed below has this day been seized by me under the provisions of sections 21(1)(d) of the insecticides act, 1968 from the premises of ….. 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 purposes of test or analysis.

    Date........... Insecticide Inspector
    .
    Details of sample taken.

    Date............... Insecticide Inspector



    FORM XIII
    (See Rule 15
    REGISTER OF SALES MADE TO BULK CONSUMERS, INSECTICIDES WISE


    No Date Name of the insecticideswith its strength and brand name Name of the manu-facturer Batch no Dateof expiry Name of the purchaser with full address *license no. ofpurchaser Qty. size no. of qty. of packs the sold Remarks
    1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

    In case of bulk consumer give number and ate of the order.
    Details of portion of sample or container with name of insecticide which it purpors to contain .
    Date Insecticides Inspector
    Seal
    -----------------------------------
    1.substituted by GSR 533(E), dt. 6-8-1993.

    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…. ....19…......

    Sl. No Name of the insecticides with its brand nam strengthand type offormulation Manufactured by Batch no. Date of expiry Name of the purchaser with full address *license  no. of purchaser Size of pack No of packs sold Qty.
    1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10


    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. I 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.
    1. Subs. by G.S.R. 533(E) , dated 6th August 1993.


    FORM XV
    See Rule 15
    Stock Register of Technical Grade Insecticide .................................

    Date Openingbalance Quantityimported Quantitymanufactured Totalquantity(2+3+4) Quantitysold Quantityutilisedforformulation Totalquantity(6+7) Closingbalance
    1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

    (Quantity in metric ton)

    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------.

    FORM XVI
    See Rulees15]
    STOCK REGISTER OF FORMULATED INSECTICIDE…...........

    S.NO Opening balance of Tech-nical grade in pesticide Technicalgradeinsecticideimported/purchased/deiverted Totaltechn-icalgradecol.(2+3) Totaltechn-icalgradeused formu-lations Balance of technicalgradeinsecticides(4-5) Openingbalanceof formu-lation. Quan-tityformu-latedimpor-ted Totalformula-ted Qty.aold(7+8) Quan-titysold Closing balance
    1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11


    "Triplicate"
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    FORM XVII
    See Rule 24
    Report of insecticides analyst
    Sl. 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 continued in the sample.
    6.Condition of the seals on the package: state whether:-
    (i) The sample was properly sealed and fastened
    (ii) The seal was intact and unbroken:
    (iii) 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
    (iv) the sample was in 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 analysed / caused to be analysed the aforementioned 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 SECTION 21(1) (d) OF INSECTICIDES ACT, 1968 REQUIRING A PERSON NOT TO DISPOSE OF ANY STOCK IN HIS OSSESSION

    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 section 21(1)(d) of the said act to stop the districution, sales or use of the said stock for a period of …..................... Days from this date…..............
    Details of stock of Insecticides/Formulation..,
    Date
    1.
    2. Insecticides Inspector
    3. Seal
    Date

    FORM XIX
    See Rule 32
    FORM OF RECEIPT FOR THE SEIZED INSECTICIDES

    Receipt for stock of insecticides seized under section 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 section 21(1)(d) of the insecticides act, 1968 from the premises of…. ...........................Situated at.............................
    Details of the insecticides seized are:
    (a)
    (b)
    (c)
    (d)
    Date: Insecticides Inspector
    (Official Stamp)

    FORM XX
    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 insecticides specified below for the purposes of test or analysis.
    Date :

    Insecticides inspector

    Details of samples taken
    Date: Insecticides Inspector

    FORM XXI
    See Rule 34
    MEMORANDUM TO GOVERNMENT ANALYST

    From
    ………………………..
    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's/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 topesticidesCompound) No, of Years/reason Remarks, if any
    1 2 3 4 5 6



    ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Family History
    Allergy Psychological disorders Haemorrhagic
    1 2 3





    Personal History
    Smoking Alcohol Other addiction

    OBSERVATIONS
    Medical Examination Pre- employment examination End of 1st 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

    1.GENERAL EXAMINATION
    General body limit
    Weight
    Piles
    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. CARDIO RESPIRATORY
    Nasal discharge
    Wheeze
    Cough
    Expectoration
    Tightness of chest
    Dyspnoea
    Palpitaion
    Heart
    Cyanosis
    Tachycardia

    IV. NEURO-MUSCULAR

    Headache
    Dizziness
    Irritability
    Pulse
    Twitchings
    Tremors
    Convulsion
    Paranesthesia
    Hallucination
    Unconsciousness
    Deep reflexes
    Superficial reflexes
    Coordination

    V. EYE

    Pupil
    Lachrymation
    Double vision
    Clumped vision

    VI. PSYCHOLOGICAL

    Temperament
    Nervousness

    VII. KIDNEY

    Kidney condition

    VIII INVESTIGATION

    Blood Hb%
    Blood D.C.
    *serum Cholinesterage
    Serum Billirubin
    Urine routine examination
    Urine microscopic
    x-ray of chest-
    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    *serum cholinesterage level should be measured in monthly intervals in case of organ phosphorus/ carbamatic group of insecticides. General remarks of the doctor in the light of the above examination; advice given to;

    1. The patient:
    2. The Employer:
    Steps taken by the Employer as per Docto'rs advice:
    Signature/Thumb Impression of :

    1.Doctor
    2.Employees:
    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.
    -------------------------------------------
    1. Subs. by G.S.R. 533(E), dated 6th July, 1993 and again subs by G.S.R 371 (E) dated 20th may, 1999 (w.e.f. 20-5-1999)

    1[THE SECOND SCHEDULE
    (See Rule 25)

    FEES FOR TESTING OR ANALYZING SAMPLES OF INSECTICIDES

    S.NO. Name of Insecticide Type of formulation Testing as per Bureau of Indian standards specification and amendments there of Testingcharges(in Rs.)
    1 2 3 4 5
    (A) INSECTICIDES
    1. Carbaryl Technical 7539-1975 500.00
    2. Carbary1 Dusting powder 7122-1984 500.00
    l Subs by G.S.R. 533(E), dated 6th July, 1993 and again subs by G.S.R. 371(E) dated 20th May 1999 (w.e.f. 20-5-1999).
    3. Carbary1 Wettable power 7121-1984 500.00
    4. Carbary1 Granules 9368-1980 500.00
    5- Carbofuran Encapsulated Granules 9360-1980 500.00
    6. Chlordane Tecnhical 2863-1961 250.00
    7. Chlordane Dusting power 2684-1973 250.00
    8. Chlordane Dmulsifiable conc 2682-1984 350.00
    9. Diazinon Tecnhical 1833-1980 250.00
    10. Diazinon Wettable powder 2862-1984 250.00
    11. Diazinon Emulsifianle cone 2861-1980 350.00
    12 Diazinon Granules 9362-1980 350.00
    13. Dichlorvos Technical 4523-1978 350.00
    14. Dichlorvos Emulsifiabnle conc 5277-1978 500.00
    15. Dimethoate Technical 3902-2975 500.00
    16 Dimethoate Emulsifiabnle conc 3903-1984 500.00
    17. Endosulfan Tecnical 4344-1978 250.00
    18. Endosulfan Emulsifiable conc 4323-1980 350.00
    19. Endosulfan Dusting power 4322-1967 250.00
    20. Endosulfan wetable powder 4324-1967 250.00
    21. Fenitrothion Technical 5280-1969 250.00
    22. Fenitrothion Dusting powder 7126-1973 250.00
    23. Fenitrothion Emulsifiable conc 5281-1979 250.00
    24. Fenitrothion Granules 9365-1980 350.00
    25. Fenthion Technical 7950-1976 500.00
    26. Fenthion Emulsifiable conc 7948-1976 500.00
    27. Fenthion Granules 9353-1980 500.00
    28. Formothion Emulsifiable conc 8926-1976 350.00
    29. Lindane Technical 1592-1986 500.00
    30. Lindane Granules 9370-1980 500.00
    31. Malathion Technical 1832-1978 500.00
    32. Malathion Dusting powder 2568-1978 500.00
    33. Malathion Wettable powder 2569-1978 500.00
    34. Malathion Emulsifiable conc 2567-1978 500.00
    35. Methyl Parathion Technical 2570-1980 500.00
    36. Methyl Parathion Dusting powder 8960-1978 250.00
    37. Methyl Parathion Emulsifiable conc 2865-1978 500.00
    38. Methyl Parathion Technical 9372-1980 250.00
    39. Monocrotofos Technical 8025-1983 350.00
    40. Monocrotofos Soluble liquid 8074-1983 500.00
    41. Oxy-demeton methyl Technical 8258-1976 250.00
    42. Oxy-demeton methyl Emulsifiable conc 8259-1976 350.00
    43. Phenthoate Technical 8293-1976 250.00
    44. Phenthoate Emulsifiable conc 8291-1976 350.00
    45. Phorate Technical 7976-1976 250.00
    46. Phorate Encapsulated Gramules 9359-1980 500.00
    47. Phosalone Technical 8488-1977 500.00
    48. Phosalone Emulsifiable conc 8487-1977 500.00
    49. Phosphamidon Technical 4598-1968 250.00
    50. Phosphamidon Soluble Liquid 6177-1981 250.00
    51 Propoxur Technical 8496-1977 250.00
    52 Pyrethrum Emulsifiable conc 4808-1982 200.00
    53 Pyrethrum Extract 1051-1988 250.00
    54 Pyrethrum Larvicidal Oil 6014-1978 250.00
    55 Ouinalphos Technical 6072-1983 500.00
    56 Ouinalphos Dusting Powder 8029-1984 500.00
    57 Ouinalphos Emulsifiable conc 8028-1976 500.00
    58 Ouinalphos Granules 9366-1980 500.00
    59 Thiometon Emulsifiable conc 3905-1966 350.00
    60 Thiometon Concentrate 3904-1966 250.00
    61 Temephos Technical 8701-1978 500.00
    62 Temephos Emulsifiable conc 8498-1977 500.00
    63 Trichlophon Technical 7945-1976 250.00
    64 Trichlophon Dusting powder 7943-1976 250.00
    65 Trichlophon Granules 9364-1976 350.00
    (B) ACARICIDES:
    66 Dicofol Technical 5278-1969 250.00
    67 Dicofol Emulsifiable conc 5279-1969 250.00
    (C) FUNGICIDES:
    68 Carbendazim(MBC) Technical 8445-1987 500.00
    69 Carbendazim Wettable powder 8446-1987 500.00
    70 Copper Oxychloride Technical 1486-1978 500.00
    71 Copper Oxychloride Dusting powder 1506-1577 250.00
    72 Copper Oxychloride Wettable powder 1507-1982 250.00
    73 Cuprous Oxide Technical 1682-1973 250.00
    74 Ediphenphos Technical 8954-1978 500.00
    75 Ediphenphos Emulsifiable conc 8955-1978 500.00
    76 Lime Sulphur Solution 1050-1984 350.00
    77 Mancozeb Technical 8707-1978 250.00
    78 Mancozeb Wettable powder 8708-1978 350.00
    79 Methoxy ethyl mercuryChloride (MEMC) Seed Dressing 2358-1984 250.00
    80 Pemtachloronitrobenzenc(PCNB) Technical 7985-1976 500.00
    81 Pemtachloronitrobenzenc(PCNB) Dustin powder 7944-1976 500.00
    82 mthloronitrobenzenc(PCNB) Wettable powder 7948-1976 500.00
    83 enylmercury ace Technical 6444-1979 250.00
    84 Sulphur Wettable powder 3383-1983 350.00
    85 Thiram Tichnical 4328-1982 250.00
    86 Thiram Wettable powder 4766-1982 250.00
    87 Zineb Technical 3998-1981 250.00
    88 Zineb Wettable powder 3899-1981 350.00
    89 Ziram Technical 3900-1975 250.00
    100 Ziram Wettable powder 3901-1975 250.00
    (D) HERBICIDES
    110 Alachlor Emulsifiable conc 9354-1980 500.00
    111 Alachlor Granules 9361-1980 350.00
    112 Butachlor Technical 9355-1980 500.00
    113 Butachlor Emulsifiable conc 9356-1980 500.00
    114 Butachlor Granules 9962-1980 350.00
    115 dalapon Technical 8267-1976 500.00
    116 Dalapon Wettable powder 8286-1976 350.00
    117 2, 4-D Sodium Salt Technical 4321-1978 350.00
    118 Diuron Technical 8702-1978 250.00
    119 Diuron Wettable powder 8703-1978 250.00
    120 Fluchloralin Technical 8958-1978 500.00
    121 Fluchloralin Emulsifiable conc 8959-1978 500.00
    122 MCPA Technical 8494-1977 350.00
    123 Nitrofen Technical 8956-1978 500.00
    124 Nitrofen Emulsifiable conc 8957-1978 500.00
    125 Paraquate Dichloride Solunle liqid 8397-1977 500.00
    126 Propanil Technical 8071-1976 500.00
    127 Propanil Emulsifiable conc 8027-1977 500.00
    128 Triallate Technical 9557-1980 500.00
    129 Triallate Emulsifiable conc 9858-1980 500.00
    (E) PLANT GROWTH REGULATORS
    130. Chlormequat chloride Technical 8961-1978 350.00
    (F) FUMIGANTS
    131. Aluminimum Phosphide Tablet 6438-1980 250.00
    132. Ethylene dibromide Technical 1311-1966 250.00
    133. Ethylene dibromide Technical 634-1965 350.00
    Carbon Tetrachloride mixture (3:1v/v)
    134. Methy1 Bromide Technical 1312-1980 250.00
    135. Warfarin Technical 634-1965 350.00
    136 Warfarin Bait Cone 5540-1970 350.00
    137 Warfarin (Sodium Salt) Technical 5551-1970 500.00
    138 Warfarm(Sodium salt) Soluble liquid 7168-1973 500.00
    139 Zine Phosphide Technical 1251-1984 250.00
    (G) The fees for test of 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 authorized in this behalf from time to time.


    Testing charges(in Rs.)

    1. Technical Grade 350.00
    2. Dusting Powder 250.00
    3. Wettable Powder 350.00
    4. Emulsifiable Cone 500.00
    5. Granules 500.00
    6. Other formulations 500.00
    7. New formulations/tech. 500.00
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