(4) The Commissioner shall deposit the bank draft or cheque received from the employers in the State Bank of India or in any bank specified in the First Schedule of the Banking Companies (Acquisition and Transfer of Undertaking) Act, 1970 (5 of 1970).

8. Employer's Contribution not be Deducted from the Wages of Employees :

Notwithstanding any contract to the contrary, the employer shall not be entitled to deduct the employer's contribution payable by him under this Scheme from the wages of the employees or to recover it from them in any other manner.

9. Duties of Employers :

  1. Every employer shall send to the Commissioner returns in such form and in such manner as may be specified by the Commissioner for the purposes of this Scheme.
  2. Every employer shall maintain such accounts in relation to the amounts contributed to the Insurance Fund by him as the Board may, from time to time, direct, and it shall be the duty of every employer to assist the Board in making such payment from the Insurance Fund to his employees as are sanctioned by or under the authority of the Board.
  3. Every employer shall maintain a contribution register in such form as the Commissioner may specify in respect of every employee in his employment who is a member of the Coal Mines Provident Fund. The contribution made by the employer in respect of each such employee shall be entered therein by the employer every month.
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10. Inspection of Records and Regist ers by the Commissioner or Inspector :

Every employer shall, whenever the Commissioner or any other officer authorised by him in this behalf or an inspector so requires, produce before him the records and other registers then in his possession, for inspection.

11. Supply of Forms to Employers :

The Commissioner shall supply to employers free of charge on demand, Forms referred to in this Scheme to the extent absolutely necessary.

12. Administration Account :

The contributions received from the employers and the Central Government under sub-section (4) of section 3G of the Act shall be credited to a separate account called "the Insurance Fund Central Administration Account" and all expenses in connection with the administration of this Scheme, other than cost of benefits provided by or under this Scheme, shall be met out of this.account.
Sub-paragraph (4) omitted by G.S.R. 647 dated 21.5.77.