Shri Sachin Chandra elected as President of Builders' Association of India for 2019-20 (Details) and BAI Trustees for 2019-22 (Details)
 
Mumbai Centre of BAI
Mumbai Centre is a leading Centre of BAI. Founded in 1976 and having a direct membership of 800 and indirect membership of 1000, through affiliated associations, it was and is in the forefront of tackling issues confronting the Construction Industry, particularly in the State of Maharashtra. Some of the issues in which Mumbai Centre was and is actively involved are:
  • In the matter of Sales Tax on Works Contract, during the relentless battle for the last 12 years, Mumbai Centre brought about an amendment by virtue of which double taxation was avoided from 1-1-1992 till 30-4-1998. For the period 1-10-1986 to 31-12-1991 and also for the subsequent period, Mumbai Centre was successful in persuading the State Government to announce Amnesty Scheme in November 1998, which is in force till 30-9-1999.
  • In the matter of implementation of Para 26 of the Provident Fund Scheme (made effective from the date of joining) in respect of casual, temporary and migratory workers, Mumbai Centre assisted the Nagpur Centre in filing the Writ Petition in the Nagpur Bench of Mumbai High Court and obtained a stay against its applicability.
  • In the matter of implementation of Para 26 of the Provident Fund Scheme (made effective from the date of joining) in respect of casual, temporary and migratory workers, Mumbai Centre assisted the Nagpur Centre in filing the Writ Petition in the Nagpur Bench of Mumbai High Court and obtained a stay against its applicability.
  • To meet the shortage of trained supervisory personnel on construction works, Mumbai Centre jointly with Shri Bhagubhai Mafatlal Polytechnic started the Continuing Education Programme for Construction Foreman. The same benefited many site supervisors.
  • Looking at the requirement and importance given to Management, Mumbai Centre in association with Jamnalal Bajaj Institute of Management Studies, started the Management Development Programme in Construction Management. The same has been recognised by the Mumbai University.
  • Mumbai Centre enthusiastically supported Government of Maharashtra’s slum rehabilitation programme. The Centre was signatory to the ‘Joint Declaration of Intention’ in support of ‘Shivshahi Punarvasan Prakalp Marayadit’, a corporation formed for construction of 8 lakh tenements for 40 lakh slum dwellers, free of cost.
  • Organising of Seminars, Conferences, Lectures & Symposia is a regular feature. Wide ranging issues like Arbitration, Taxation, BOT, Latest construction methods, etc. are taken up.
  • Representatives of Mumbai Centre are on committees of various departments of State Government, its undertakings and Semi Government bodies like Municipal Corporation. They put across the industry’s viewpoint and facts in various matters, like formation of District Schedule of Rates, formation of guidelines/steps to avoid building collapse, etc.
  • For financial assistance to its members and their staff, Mumbai Centre has promoted a financial institution, namely, ‘Aditya Co-operative Credit Society Ltd.’. The said credit society has a vast area of operation covering the entire city of Mumbai and the Ratnagiri District. It is progressing well and soon will be converted into a co-operative bank.
  • In the matter of giving service to its members, Mumbai Centre took innovative steps and has Publications to its credit, which has been widely appreciated.
 
Publications by BAI Mumbai Centre
  • Mumbai Construction (monthly news bulletin of BAI Mumbai Centre):
    It is a trailblazer. Highly informative and useful for first-hand information on various legislations passed by the government, it carries Circulars, Notifications and Orders by Taxation Authorities; Judgements in the matter of Taxation and Arbitration; Laws regarding Taxation and Labour; useful Statistical information like Price Index Numbers and rates of key building materials in metro cities in India; latest news; etc. for the benefit of members. Advertising in 'Mumbai Construction' - Rates. Price per copy: Rs.30; Annual subscription: Rs.300. [Form given below]
  • Sales Tax on Works Contract Circulars’ booklet:
    Covers important circulars issued by the Commissioner of Sales Tax on the Maharashtra Sales Tax on the Transfer of Property in Goods involved in the Execution of Works Contracts (Re-enacted) Act, 1989. Price: Rs.50.
  • Writ Petition No. 1514 of 1998 in the matter of Sales Tax:
    Mumbai Centre had filed the above Writ Petition, challenging the provisions of Section 6A of the Maharashtra Sales Tax on the Transfer of Property in Goods involved in the Execution of Works Contracts (Re-enacted) Act, 1989 as amended w.e.f. 1-5-1998 by Maharashtra Ordinance No. VI of 1998, thereby enhancing the rate of Sales Tax and more particularly double taxation and sought Interim Order (Stay Order) directing Commissioner of Sales Tax, not to implement the new provisions. The said Writ Petition has been printed in this booklet. The booklet is virtually an encyclopaedia on this Sales Tax matter. This booklet is given free along with the booklet above, on Sales Tax Circulars.
  • Writ Petition No. 2593 of 1998 in the matter of Provident Fund:
    Mumbai Centre has published in a booklet form, the above Writ Petition filed in the Nagpur Bench of Mumbai High Court against the applicability of the Employees’ Provident Fund and Misc. Provisions Act to casual and temporary workers engaged in construction sector. All orders, applications, affidavits and other relevant matters (like chronology of events) connected with the subject, have also been included. This Booklet is an encyclopaedia on the provident fund matter. The booklet is priced at Rs.50.
  • Employees’ State Insurance Act, 1948 — Its applicability to the construction industry — An insight through judicial pronouncements:
    With the picture not clear as to the applicability of the Employees’ State Insurance Act, 1948, which lays down the rules for the implementation of the Employees’ State Insurance Scheme to the construction industry, an effort has been made by compiling important judicial pronouncements in the above matter to enable readers to draw their own conclusion and reap advantage as laid down by various Courts. The booklet is priced at Rs.100.
  • Sales Tax on Works Contracts — Landmark judgements:
    Judgements, which have changed the concept of levying, tax on the entire contracts, including labour and services.

    It also contains tables giving details of rates of Sales Tax on Works Contracts, TDS provisions, local Sales Tax rates of various construction materials, etc. of various States. The booklet is priced at Rs.200/-.
BAI Mumbai Centre Team 2018-19
Chairman
Mr. Gyan Madhani
Vice-Chairman
Mr. Mohinder Rijhwani
Hon. Secretary
Mr. Harshad S. Shah
Hon. Treasurer
Mr. Jaiprakash Bhatia
Hon. Jt. Secretary
Mr. Aniruddha Nakhawa
Hon. Jt. Treasurer
Mr. Dinesh Panani
Executive Committee Members :

General Council Members :

  • Mr. A. L. Gadgeel
  • Mr. Dinesh Panani
  • Mr. Narendra Panani
  • Mr. Pukhraj H. Mehta
  • Mr. Shivshankar G. Lature
  • Mr. Sudhakar Sukhdeo Mody
  • Mr. Tejas Shah
  • Mr. Vilas G. Deochake
  • Mr C. H. Ramchandani
  • Mr. Lachhman Rijhwani
  • Mr. P. J. Bharvirkar
  • Mr. Ravi Harisingani
  • Mr. Shyam B. Seernani
  • Mr. Sunil G. Mathreja
  • Mr. Varma Paresh Jayantilal (Rajubhai)
  • Mr. Aniruddha Nakhawa
  • Mr. Jaiprakash Bhatia
  • Mr. Neerav Parmar
  • Dr. Anand J. Gupta
  • Mr. L.D. Kotwani
  • Mr. Pradeep Nagwekar
  • Dr. Taro. T. Manghnani
 
General Council Members representing Patron Members from Mumbai Centre :
Mr. C. G. Deochake Mr. Mahesh M. Mudda
 
Ex-officio General Council members
  • Chairman
    Mr. Gyan Madhani
  • Past President
    Mr. H. J. Shah
  • Past President
    Mr. S. A. Vichare
  • Trustee 2018-19
    Mr. Ram M. Bhatia
  • Past President
    Mr. Ajit Gulabchand
  • Past President
    Mr. Bhagwan J. Deokar
 
PAST CHAIRMEN OF BAI MUMBAI CENTRE (Permanent Invitees to the Executive Committee)
  • 1982-83
    Mr. B. E. Billimoria
  • 1983-85
    Mr. Gopal N. Harisingani
  • 1989-91
    Mr. S. K. Choudhury
  • 1991-92
    Mr. P. G. Bansi
  • 1978-79
    Mr. S. A. Vichare
  • 1985-87
    Mr. Rasiklal Shah
  • 1992-94
    Mr. Bhagwan J. Deokar
  • 1994-95
    Dr. Narendra D. Patel
  • 1995-97
    Mr. Ram M. Bhatia
  • 1997-98
    Mr. C. T. Sanghavi
  • 1998-2000
    Mr. D. L. Desai (Shankarbhai)
  • 2000-2003
    Mr. L. D. Kotwani
  • 2003-2004
    Mr. C. G. Deochake
  • 2004-2006
    Mr. Bhushan Mehta
  • 2006-2008
    Mr. Anand J. Gupta
  • 2008-2010
    Mr. Mahesh M. Mudda
  • 2010-2012
    Mr. Mahendra Shah
  • 2012-14
    C. G. Deochake
  • 2014-16
    Shri Neerav A. Parmar
  • 2016-18
    Shri Pradeep Nagawekar
 
MEMBERS CO-OPTED ON THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
  1. Shri Apurva Desai
  2. Shri Basawantray Hampanagouder
  3. Shri Chandubhai Patel
  4. Shri Chandulal Jain
  5. Shri Dipan Shah
  6. Shri Harshad Bhayani
  7. Shri Hemant R. Bhide
  8. Shri Jailesh Dalal
  9. Shri K. K.  Kenia
  10. Shri Ketan Shah
  11. Shri Nalin Gupta
  12. Shri Narayan H. Bhatia
  13. Shri Nitin Vichare
  1. Shri Omkar Desai
  2. Shri R. E. Merchant
  3. Shri Rajendra P. Pai
  4. Shri Ramlal Wadhwan
  5. Shri Ravindra Raingshia
  6. Shri Rupchand Madhani
  7. Dr. S. K. Manjrekar
  8. Shri S. R. Ambiye
  9. Shri Sanjay B. Ladhani
  10. Shri Sanjay Mehta
  11. Shri Satheesh Nair
  12. Shri Shantibhai Patel
  13. Shri Udaram Patil
 
 
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