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Establishment Exempted from Karnataka Shops

Establishment Exempted from Karnataka Shops

The Karnataka Shops and Establishment Act does not apply for the following types of establishments:

  1. Offices of or under the Central or State Governments or Local Authorities, except commercial undertakings;
  2. Any railway service, water transport service, postal, telegraph or telephone service, any system of public conservancy or sanitation or any industry, business or undertaking which supplies power, light or water to the public;
  3. Railway dining cars;
  4. Establishments for the treatment or care of the sick, infirm, or the mentally unfit;
  5. Establishments of the Food Corporate of India;
  6. Offices of legal practitioners and medical practitioners in which not more than three persons are employed;
  7. Offices of a banking company;
  8. Any person employed in any business from point 1 – 7 above;
  9. Persons occupying positions of management in any establishment;
  10. Persons whose work is inherently intermittent such as drivers, care-takers, watch and ward staff, or canvassers;
  11. Persons directly engaged in preparatory or complementary work, such as, clearing and forwarding clerks responsible for the despatch of goods.

Further, sections relating to opening and closing hours, and weekly holidays in the Karnataka Shops and Establishment Act does not apply to:

  1. Shops dealing mainly in medicines or medical or surgical requisites or appliances;
  2. Clubs, residential hotels, boarding houses, hostels attached to schools or colleges, and establishments maintained in boarding schools in connection with the boarding and lodging of pupils and resident-masters;
  3. Stalls and refreshment rooms at railway stations, bus stands, ports or aerodromes;
  4. Shops of barbers and hairdressers;
  5. Shops dealing mainly in meat, fish, poultry, eggs, dairy produce, bread, confectionery, sweets, chocolates, ice, ice-cream, cooked food, fruits, flowers, vegetables or green fodder;
  6. Shops dealing in articles required for funerals, burials or cremations;
  7. Shops dealing in pan, pan with beedies or cigarettes, or liquid refreshments sold retail for consumption on the premises;
  8. Shops dealing in newspapers or periodicals, editing sections of newspaper offices and offices of news agencies;
  9. Cinemas, theaters and other places of public entertainment and stalls and refreshment rooms attached to such cinemas, theaters and places of public entertainment;
  10. Establishments for the retail sale of petrol’
  11. Shops in regimental institutes, garrison shops and troop canteens in cantonments;
  12. Tanneries;
  13. Retail trade carried on at an exhibition or show, if such retail trade is subsidiary or ancillary only to the main purpose of the exhibition or show;
  14. Oil-mills and flour-mils not registered under the Factories Act, 1948;
  15. Brick and lime kilns;
  16. Commercial establishments engaged in the manufacture of bronze and brass utensils so far as it is confined to the process of melting in furnaces;
  17. Information technology establishments;
  18. Bio-technology and research centers or establishments of epidemic and other diseases;

Establishment Exempted from Karnataka Shops

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