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Employees’ State Insurance (General) Regulations, 1950

3. The manner in which the Corporation may exercise its powers

(1) Where a regulation empowers the Corporation to specify, prescribe, provide, decide or determine anything or to do any other act, such powers may be exercised by a resolution of the Corporation or subject to the provisions of section 18 of the Act by a resolution of the Standing Committee:

PROVIDED that the Corporation or the Standing Committee may delegate any of the powers under these regulations to a sub-committee or to such officers of the Corporation as it may specify in that behalf:

PROVIDED FURTHER that no power shall be delegated under this regulation which under the Act is required to be exercised by the Corporation only.

(2) Any appointment to be made by the Corporation under these regulations shall be made by the Director General or by such other officers as may be authorized in this behalf by the Standing Committee.

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