Street Vendors Act, 2014: Matrix of State Schemes

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Rule headings
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States Time Period Authority Manner Required Documents Frequency of survey Miscellaneous
Andhra Pradesh no mention TVC survey of area/ULB under its jurisdiction; conducted through Community Resource Persons (CRPs); can also be conducted by web/mobile applications; preparation of GIS based Plan Ration Card (compulsory) Voter ID or Aadhaar card for address proof Signature/thumb impression of vendor at least once in 5 years no mention
Arunachal Pradesh within 6 months from date of publication in local newspapers TVC or suitable agency approved by the government i. publicise on the website, in 2 local newspapers, notice boards of ward offices, in local markets ii. outcome shall be available in digital format iii. capture geo-coordinates of vendors iv. survey form in the scheme with vendor details, ID proof details, area details of vending spot, nature of business, past licenses, mode of vending/ vehicle used, etc. no mention no mention no mention
Chandigarh within 6 months from date of commencement of scheme TVC i. spot verification ii. survey shall be approved by TVC iii. publicise thru local newspapers and notices ar prominent places iv. photo-biometric census with GIS mapping v. survey form shall have unique barcode ID which would be Aadhaar linked vi. survey shall be videographed Proof of active street vending and resident of Delhi: Voter ID/ aadhaar card no mention no mention
Chhattisgarh no mention team under the instruction of TVC, can take help of survey agency conduct survey as in Annexure I of Scheme: details of vendor, unique ID of vendor, type of business, family members, income voter ID/ Aadhaar/ driving license once every 5 years no mention
Dadra and Nagar Haveli within 6 months from date of commencement of scheme TVC i. spot verification ii. survey shall be approved by TVC iii. publicise thru local newspapers and notices ar prominent places iv. photo-biometric census with GIS mapping v. survey form shall have unique barcode ID vi. survey shall be videographed and photos of vendor will be taken no mention no mention no mention
Daman and Diu within 6 months from date of commencement of scheme TVC i. spot verification and collect details in Form ii. survey shall be approved by TVC iii. publicise thru local newspapers and notices ar prominent places iv. photo-biometric census with GIS mapping v. survey form shall have unique barcode ID vi. survey shall be videographed and photos of vendor will be taken no mention no mention no mention
Delhi within 3 months from date of order by TVC TVC with help of govt/local bodies i. comprehensive digitised photo-biometric survey ii. GIS mapping of vendors iii. 40% of elected TVC reps need to be present at time of survey iv. Form will have Unique Record ID Number (URI) v. Govt must verify validity of survey data vi. give an acknowledgement to all surveyed vendors vii. TVC shall designate a Facilitator to help vendors fill survey form viii. TVC with LA compiles list of surveyed persons who will receive CoV ix. Denied person will be given reason for denial no mention every 3 years The denied vendors can file objections with the TVC within 15 days of publication of list and the TVC shall decide on the matter within 30 days
Goa within 3 months from commencement of Scheme TVC in situ survey of all existing vendors, enumerate those vendors who are found to be actually carrying on business in a vending zone no mention no mention no mention
Gujarat within 6 months TVC TVS shall conduct or get it done by a suitable agency: i. publicity on website, local newspapers, notice boards of ward offices, in local markets ii. survey available in digital format survey shall capture geo-coordinates of vending site, details of vendor, area details, nature of business, residential proof no mention no mention no mention
Himachal Pradesh within 1 year TVC spot verification, GIS mapping, photo census. ULB shall notify in local dailies of the survey no mention every 5 years no mention
Kerala within 6 months from notification of scheme TVC in-situ survey, enumeration of vendors who are carrying on business in streets no mention no mention no mention
Meghalaya 60 days from commencement of scheme TVC with help of Local bodies, professional organisations, NGOs 1. Adequate publicity of the survey 2. spot/camp/door to door verification, enlist and record identity of vendor, verify by spot or community verification and thru police verification regarding antecedent, conduct, eligibility 3. survey can be through camp approach/self declaration/undertaken using mobile/tablets which can identify vendors in the field 4. The methods which should be used for survey are: i. Field/Spot/Camp based followed by spot/locality survey and can be through mobile based application. ii. Digitalized photo census. iii. Bio-metric Photo Identity Cards iv. Registration camps followed by visits no mention every 2 years no mention
Nagaland within 6 months TVC or suitable agency approved by the government i. publicise on the website, in 2 local newspapers, notice boards of ward offices, in local markets ii. outcome shall be available in digital format iii. capture geo-coordinates of vendors iv. survey form in the scheme with vendor details, ID proof details, area details of vending spot, nature of business, past licenses, mode of vending/ vehicle used, etc. no mention no mention no mention
Odisha 3 months from commencement of Scheme TVC spot verification, GIS mapping, digitized photo census, biometric sensor no mention no mention no mention
Punjab 6 months from implementation of Scheme TVC (i) Survey of street vending by mobile based application; (ii) GIS (Geographic Information System) mapping; (iii) Digitalized photo census; (iv) Bio-metric Photo Identity Cards; (v) Manual survey by using forms as specified by TVC Any one: (a) Driving Licence (b) Below Poverty Line (BPL) Card (c) Voters ID Card (d) Ration Card (e) Aadhar Card (f) Permanent Account Number Card( PAN Card) no mention no mention
Rajasthan no mention TVC i. mobile based app ii. GIS iii. digitised photo census iv. bio metric photo ID v. record mode of vending no mention 5 years no mention
Tamil Nadu 6 months from scheme notification TVC in-situsurvey of existing vendors, enumeration of vendors and recording details, only those vendors who are actually carryong on business shall be enumerated no mention no mention no mention
Telangana no mention ULB must develop strategy and TVC must conduct use Community Resource Persons (CRPs) under MEPMA, verification of data for ascertaining quality ration card voter ID/Aadhaar as additional residence proof at least once in 5 years no mention
Tripura 6 months from date of notification of Scheme TVC with help of LA map all existing vendors, notify in local dailies and specify details of survey, Nodal Officer, registration conduct GIS mapping, digitised photo-biometric census survey by forming area wise teams of police and LA officials and member of TVC collect data on vendors as in Form survey generates unique barcode for every vendor application fee of Rs 100 LA shall publish information on website within 30 days of application and those who are denied shall be given an opportunity ot object Authenticity of vending thru documents like receipt of fines or fees, challans, certificates of local RWAs, market associations or any other evidence no mention eligibility: i. citizen of India ii. minimum 14 years iii. registered voter iv. registration should not have been cancelled in the past v. no pending arrears vi. him or his family should not have another CoV
Uttar Pradesh no mention no mention Methods for survey: i. GIS mapping ii. digitised photo census iii. biometric photo ID cards iv. registration camp by constituted teams no mention no mention no mention
Sub-headings
States Issuing Authority Period of issue CoV in intervening period Terms & Conditions (Click here) Form Manner Categories Criteria Initial Validity Period Renewal Suspension and Cancellation Other Penalties
Andhra Pradesh TVC headed by MC of ULB 15 days from date of application to ULB shall be given CoV subject to eligibility and T&C in Scheme no mention (click on heading) E-certificate; approval of applicant in a software generates certificate; CoV shall have seal and sign of MC no mention i. Ration/Aadhaar is mandatory for new applicants ii. Voter ID as additional address proff iii. Dependent children involved in vending should be 14+ iv. Preference to SC, ST, PwD, BC, women from deprived and vulnerable sections, minorities, transgender persons 3 years (click on heading) no mention no mention
Arunachal Pradesh no mention within 1 year from date of commencement of survey shall apply through LA and they allot (click on heading) (click on heading) no mention LA shall report to State government is there is category other than stationary and mobile i. person shall not be engaged in any other activity ii. should not have parallel vending site iii. should be 14+ iv. CoV cannot be rented or leased or sold v. transfer of CoV after death to legal heir who does not have a CoV of any other zone vi. preference to senior citizens, PwD, single mothers, widows 5 years (click on heading) i. If vendor fails to renew his certificate as per renewal guidelines ii. street vendor who has employed child below 14 yrs may have his CoV cancelled after one warning iii. guilty of misbehavior with women vendor may have his CoV cancelled after one warning TVC may fine and give warning in cases of: i. vending outside spot in CoV ii. misrepresentation of age iii. unauthoritsed occupation of area iv. renting, leasing or selling CoV v. construction of permanent structure vi. failure to pay vending fee with 6 months penalty thereof
Chandigarh TVC within 3 months from date of completion of survey shall apply to TVC; he will be granted CoV subject to Plan and holding capacity shall issue waiting list number if new applicants exceed holding capacity if application is rejected, the same shall be communicated along with reasons to the vendor (click on heading) no mention (form not attached) Issue certificate zone wise/ward wise/ area wise use draw of lots if excess vendors apply, accommodate remaining in adjoining zone TVC may decide i. name should be in the survey ii. no other means of livelihood iii. 14+ pn date of issue of COV iv. in case of death, disability or illness, the nominee of the vendor shall inform TVC 3 years (click on heading) i. can suspend or cancel on grounds u/s 10 of SVA ii. can suspend for less than 30 days pending cancellation iii. vendor shall surrender CoV and ID card to TVC after cancellation no mention
Chhattisgarh no mention 3 months from completion of survey application to designated authority of ULB (click on heading) (click on heading) no mention permanent, seasonal and mobile/ market based classification (natural, weekly, heritage) i. priority to CG natives ii. seasonal vendors shall be issued temporary CoVs iii. preference to PwD, senior citizens, divorced or widow, third gender, women 5 years (click on heading) i. vending outside vending zone ii. illegal occupation iii. littering despite warning iv. violated Rules of ULB v. ignores traffic rules vi. fails to pay vending fee vii. frequently uses plastic bags viii. employs children under 14 ix. misbehaviour/ eve teasing x. vends drugs, alcohol, explosives no mention
Dadra and Nagar Haveli TVC within 3 months from date of completion of survey shall apply to TVC; he will be granted CoV subject to Plan and holding capacity shall issue waiting list number if new applicants exceed holding capacity if application is rejected, the same shall be communicated along with reasons to the vendor (click on heading) (click on heading) Issue certificate zone wise/ward wise/ area wise use draw of lots if excess vendors apply, accommodate remaining in adjoining zone TVC may decide i. name should be in the survey ii. no other means of livelihood iii. 14+ pn date of issue of COV iv. in case of death, disability or illness, the nominee of the vendor shall inform TVC 3 years (click on heading) i. can suspend or cancel on grounds u/s 10 of SVA ii. can suspend for less than 30 days pending cancellation iii. vendor shall surrender CoV and ID card to TVC after cancellation no mention
Daman and Diu TVC 3 months from date of completion of survey shall apply to TVC; he will be granted CoV subject to Plan and holding capacity shall issue waiting list number if new applicants exceed holding capacity if application is rejected, the same shall be communicated along with reasons to the vendor (click on heading) no mention (form not attached) Issue certificate zone wise/ward wise/ area wise use draw of lots if excess vendors apply, accommodate remaining in adjoining zone TVC may decide i. name should be in the survey ii. no other means of livelihood iii. 14+ pn date of issue of COV iv. in case of death, disability or illness, the nominee of the vendor shall inform TVC 3 years (click on heading) i. can suspend or cancel on grounds u/s 10 of SVA ii. can suspend for less than 30 days pending cancellation iii. vendor shall surrender CoV and ID card to TVC after cancellation no mention
Delhi TVC 5 months from initial declaration of survey by TVC (click on heading) (click on heading) Allotment of COV shall be announced by the LA on notice boards of TVC and published on their website. The CoV will be posted to vendor, electronic copy will always be available static, mobile, others ((Daily/weekly/festival /fair market/ temporary etc. as may be categorized by LA) TVC may also recognize new forms of vendors and markets i. vendor must be registered ii. allotment will be made by seniority and draw of lots of vendors exceed holding capacity iii. allotment of vending space shall be subject to demarcation of vending zones iv. Preference to PwD and women v. LA shall maintain an updated waiting list for oversubscribed vending zones for consideration in case of future availability vi. preference to PwD, women and BPL 5 years (click on heading) by TVC on: i. Unauthorized change of vending site; ii. Non - payment of dues; iii. vendor has infectious disease E iv. extension of vending site more than the permitted space; v. Misrepresentation vi. On conviction for an offence including moral turpitude and violation of other terms and conditions Must conduct prelim enquiry and give opp to be heard TVC: i. may impose fine upto Rs 1500 in case of minor violations and issue warning ii. must constitute women led committee for offences under DV Act, IPC and POSH Act
Goa TVC 2 months from survey completion by TVC (click on heading) (click on heading) issued to vendors identified in survey stationary/mobile/mobile vendors using motor vehicles/ others i. name in the survey ii. vendor shall be directly involved in business iii. preference to SC, ST, OBC, women, PwD, minority and Transgender 1 year (click on heading) TVC may cancel/suspend: i. obtained CoV by fraud ii. fails to pay fee iii. breach of T&C needs to be given 15 day notice but no notice needed for suspension for less than 7 days no mention
Gujarat TVC 1 year from survey commencement shall apply thru LA (click on heading) (click on heading) no mention LA shall report to State government is there is category other than stationary and mobile i. name of person must appear in survey ii. shall not be engaged in another occupation iii. should not have a parallel vending site iv. can employee helper but the holder of CoV needs to be present v. transfer of CoV after death shall be to legal heir w/o CoV vi. priority to senior citizens, single mothers and widows 5 years (click on heading) cancellation: i. street vendor who has employed child below 14 yrs may have his CoV cancelled after one warning ii. guilty of misbehavior with women vendor may have his CoV cancelled after one warning Manner: i. prelim enquiry by Member Secretary of TVC ii. notice to vendor for presenting his case within 7 days iii. prelim enquiry can be summary proceedings if there is a prima facie violation, Member Secretary shall submit report to TVC iv. Chairman can temporarily suspend or cancel if he is found guilty v. TVC must consider report and take decision within 15 days TVC may fine and give warning in cases of: i. vending outside spot in CoV ii. misrepresentation of age iii. unauthoritsed occupation of area iv. renting, leasing or selling CoV v. non-renewal of CoV vi. failure to pay vending fee for 3 months
Himachal Pradesh TVC 3 months from date of survey apply through municipal corporation (click on heading) (click on heading) issued to vendors identified in survey natural, weekly, heritage, festival, night, food courts and time sharing markets preference to SC, ST, OBC, unemployed/educated youth, handicapped persons/senior citizens, single women/women led households, SHGs, minorities 5 years (click on heading) TVC can cancel after giving opp to be heard: i. vends outside alloted area ii. misrepresents age iii. violates norms of vending space iv. unauthorised extension of vending space v. constructs permanent structure vi. leases/ rents vending site vii. fails to renew CoV viii. employees child less than 14 years ix. misbehaviour with women no mention
Kerala TVC 60 days from completion of survey TVC (click on heading) (click on heading) no mention stationary/mobile/mobile vendors using motor vehicles/ others i. vendor shall be enumerated in survey ii. vendor shall be directly involved in vending iii. preference to SC, ST, OBC, women, PwD, minorities and transgender 3 years (click on heading) i. fraud or misrepresentation if ii. the vendor fails to pay any of the fees iii. breach of the conditions TVC needs to give 15 day notice to vendor to submit his reply, no notice needed for suspension of less than 7 days no mention
Meghalaya TVC within 4 months of commencement of survey shall apply through LA (click on heading) (click on heading) no mention Stationary/mobile/others decided by LA and reported to state govt i. prior existing vendors shall get preference over new applicants ii. preference to localites, SC, ST, OBC, women, PwD, minorities iii. first time registration fee between 100 and 1500, decided by TVC 1 year (click on heading) cancellation for: i. street vendor who has employed child below 14 yrs may have his CoV cancelled after one warning ii. guilty of misbehavior with women vendor may have his CoV cancelled after one warning suspension for: action against vendor for causing public hazard or failure to pay tax need to give vendor a 15 day notice to submit reply TVC may fine and give warning in cases of: i. vending outside spot in CoV ii. misrepresentation of age iii. unauthoritsed occupation of area iv. breach of T&C of CoV v. no registration under FSSAI in case of food vendors vi. vendor adulterates food vii. construction of permanent structure viii. leasing or selling CoV ix. non-renewal of CoV
Nagaland no mention within 1 year from date of commencement of survey shall apply through LA and they allot (click on heading) (click on heading) no mention LA shall report to State government is there is category other than stationary and mobile i. person shall not be engaged in any other activity ii. should not have parallel vending site but his spouse or child can have another vending site iii. should be 14+ iv. CoV cannot be rented or leased or sold v. transfer of CoV after death to legal heir who does not have a CoV of any other zone vi. validity is 5 years vii. vendor shall appear in survey viii. vendor can vend by himself or through his family ix. preference to PwD, single mothers, widows 5 years (click on heading) i. If vendor fails to renew his certificate as per renewal guidelines ii. street vendor who has employed child below 14 yrs may have his CoV cancelled after one warning iii. guilty of misbehavior with women vendor may have his CoV cancelled after one warning TVC may fine and give warning in cases of: i. vending outside spot in CoV ii. misrepresentation of age iii. unauthoritsed occupation of area iv. renting, leasing or selling CoV v. construction of permanent structure vi. failure to pay vending fee for 3 months vii. renewal of CoV after prescribed period is over
Odisha TVC within a month from completion of survey no mention (click on heading) (click on heading) no mention no mention i. citizen of India ii. sound mind iii. no other lvelihood iv. 14+ v. name in survey vi. no parallel vending site vii. preference to existing vendors, SC, ST, PwD, single mother, OBC, senior citizens and minorities 5 years (click on heading) i. breach of conditions ii. misrepresentation to obtain CoV iii. false document or photo used iv. fails to pay fees and dues v. employed child less than 14 need to give opp to be heard no mention
Punjab no mention 15 days of application shall apply thru LA which will transfer application to TVC (click on heading) (click on heading) apply and pay fee of Rs 500 natural/weekly/heritage/festival/night bazaar/ seasonal markets i. applicant for vending of tobacco products shall apply after r fulfilling the conditions as specified by the Department of Excise and Taxation and Department of Health of the Government of Punjab ii. preference to people who worked in manual scavenging , SC, ST, OBC, widoes, single mothers, PwD, senior citizens, ESM and minorities 5 years (click on heading) in case of violation of T&C, rules, scheme or act, vendor will be given 30 days notice to reply; give opportunity of hearing if TVC is satisfied that vendor is violating any of them suspension if TVC deems fit, cancellation on continuing violation no mention
Rajasthan TVC 100 days from receipt of survey data apply to TVC thru LA (click on heading) (click on heading) TVC shall consider all those identified in survey for CoV stationary/mobile can also be categorised based on market: natural/weekly/heritage/festival/seasonal markets i. name of vendor shall be in surveyx ii. shall not have another vending site iii. not engaged in any other occupation iv. paid fee and maintenance charges v. preference to senior citizens, PwD, single mothers, widows 5 years (click on heading) suspension and Cancellation in case: i. vending outside site ii. misrepresented age iii. unauthorised increase of site iv. selling food w/o FSSAI license v. constructed permanent structre vi. lease or sell the area vii. fails to renew CoV viii. employed child less than 14 years no mention
Tamil Nadu TVC 6 months from completion of survey application to TVC, disposed in 60 days (click on heading) (click on heading) no mention stationary/mobile/others i. name of vendor shall be in survey ii. vendor shall be directly involved in business iii. preference to SC, ST, OBC, women, PwD and minorities 5 years or next enumeration, whichever is earlier (click on heading) TVC may cancel or suspend: i. CoV has been obtained thru fraud or misrepresentation ii. vendor fails to pay dues iii. breach of T&C on CoV need to give vendor a 15 day notice for him to reply, suspension allowed for fixed time pending cancellation, no notice needed for suspension of less than 7 days suspension also allowed if vendor violates law or causes public hazard or fails to pay tax no mention
Telangana TVC represented by MC within 15 days of payment of registration fee and application to ULB shall be given CoV after he fulfills t&C, scheme, plan, holding capacity (click on heading) (click on heading) as per details of survey and will be issued thru a software directly MC approves the status of the vendor in the software after verification of payment of registraton fee, nature of vending and allotment of vending zone if MC rejects, data is reverted to TVC for remarks mobile/static/peripatetic i. Ration and Aadhaar cards will be used as residence and age proof ii. voter card can be used as additional residence proof iii. family photo of vendor with only those family members (above 14) involved in vending iv. declaration of street vendors v. payment of registration fee vi. preference to SC, ST, PWD, BC, Women of deprived & vulnerable categories, Minorities and Destitute persons 3 years (click on heading) As per S 10 and 11 of the SVA no mention
Tripura TVC within 3 months of survey completion no mention (click on heading) (click on heading) no mention static/mobile or peripatetic/temporary vendors preference to PwD and women and widows 3 years (click on heading) suspend or cancel on: i. unauthorised change of vending site ii. non-payment of dues iii. vendor has infectious disease iv. violations of T&C v. extension of vending site vi. unruly behaviour and nuisance vii. misrepresentation viii. conviction of offence suspension or cancellation by Nodal Officer by LA, shall give opp to be heard
Uttar Pradesh no mention 60 days from registration of vendors no mention (click on heading) (click on heading) no mention stationary/mobile/thella/headload/weekly markets/ festical melas/ seasonal markets preference to SC. ST, OBC, women, PwD, minorities, BPL persons, poor widows, persons with Antodaya card 3 years (click on heading) suspension or cancellation on violations of Act or Rules shall sisue show cause notice, examine reply, TVC may give hearing opportunity Appeal to the Mayor or chairperson of the Municipality within 30 days no mention
Sub-headings
States Age No other family member can have CoV Vendor should not have other means of livelihood Not renting or leasing CoV Shall carry on business through himself or family Details of spouse and children Shall only vend through vending site Shall not construct permanent structure Misc
Andhra Pradesh no mention
Arunachal Pradesh 14+ no mention Yes Yes Yes Photograph shall be there on CoV Yes no mention no mention
Chandigarh 14+ no mention no mention Yes Yes no mention Yes Yes i. conditions may be specified by TVC in CoV ii. shall carry on business on specified days and times iii. remove goods at end of time-sharing period
Chhattisgarh 14+ Yes no mention Yes no mention Photograph shall be there on CoV no mention no mention i. vendors have to produce Rs 50 stamp paper ii. CoV does not confer ownership but only use of land iii. vendor should not be involved in illegal or immoral activity or in any occupation prohibited by the state govt or ULB iv. the vendor shall not use polythene bags
Dadra and Nagar Haveli 14+ no mention no mention Yes Yes no mention Yes Yes i. conditions may be specified by TVC in CoV ii. shall carry on business only on specified days and times iii. remove goods at end of time-sharing period
Daman and Diu 14+ no mention no mention Yes Yes no mention Yes Yes i. conditions may be specified by TVC in CoV ii. shall carry on business only on specified days and times iii. remove goods at end of time-sharing period
Delhi 14+ no mention Yes Yes no mention no mention Yes yes i. citizen of India ii. shall comply with timings and zones iii. shall not have any other CoV iv. shall give proof of identification that he is n active vendor and resident of Delhi v. should not have communicable disease vi. shall pay all fees vii. display a copy of CoV at vending site viii. shall maintain cleanliness ix. shall not encroach x. shall not obstruct traffic xi. shall not sell obnoxious/ polluting items xii. shall not carry out illegal activity xiii. mobile vendor shall remain at one spot for 45 minutes only
Goa 18+ Yes Yes Yes Yes no mention Yes no mention i. not been prosecuted or penalised earlier for any offence connected with vending ii. carries on vending thru family/ himself iii. no parallel vending site
Gujarat 18+ no mention Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes no mention no mention
Himachal Pradesh 14+ no mention Yes Yes Yes no mention Yes no mention no mention
Kerala 14+ Parent cannot have CoV Yes Yes Yes No mention Yes no mention not been prosecuted and convicted/penalised for any vending related offence
Meghalaya 18+ Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes i. citizen of India ii. sound mind iii. shall not obstruct free movement of pedestrians and traffic iv. shall keep site clean v. not take intoxication on vending site shall pay rent vi. shall not put up stalls or stands or tables, shall not use handcarts
Nagaland 14+ no mention Yes Yes Yes Photograph shall be there on CoV Yes no mention no mention
Odisha 14+ no mention no mention yes only by himself no mention yes yes not take intoxicants in vending zone, keep site clean, comply with days and times, shall pay the fee
Punjab 18+ spouse/child above 18 can have another CoV yes yes yes yes yes no mention i. can only sell those articles for which CoV has been issued ii. responsibility of vendor to get CoV renewed iii. shall maintain cleanliness and public hygiene iv. can vend only as per mentioned category v. no temporary, permanent or perpetual right of carrying out vending in alloted zone
Rajasthan 18+ family members above 18 can have CoV Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes no mention no mention
Tamil Nadu 14+ Parent cannot have CoV Yes Yes Yes no mention Yes no mention i.shall not have been prosecuted and convicted/penalised for offence connected to vending ii. keep premises clean iii. vendor shall abide by trade related laws and rules iv. shall pay fees v. shall display original CoV at vending site and carry ID card vi. ensure free movement of traffic and pedestrians
Telangana 18+ no mention
Tripura no mention Yes Yes Yes Yes no mention no mention Yes i. non-transferable CoV except in cases of insanity, incapacity, demise ii. timing fixed by TVC or LA iii not suffering from infectious disease iv. shall not leave goods after vending hours v. shall maintain cleanliness vi. pay periodic charges vii. display CoV at vending site viii. shall not encroach on public land or hinder free movement ix. not sell obnoxious or hazardous items x. not involved in illegal activity xi. not cause harm oto publci property xii. cooking not allowed, light and water shall not be provided
Uttar Pradesh no mention no mention no mention no mention no mention no mention Yes Yes i. pay fee determined by TVC; ii. use a waste basket for disposal; iii. maintain cleanliness; iv. ensure smooth flow of traffic; v. ensure maintenance of civic amenities; vi. not sell prohibited or illegal items
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States Name Age Sex Photograph Details of family Address Category of Vending Vending Site Name of ULB/LA Date of Issue Period of Validity Date of Expiry Aadhaar Details Miscellaneous
Andhra Pradesh Yes Yes (main applicant should be 18+) M/F/TG Of vendor, spouse and child (if involved in vending) Yes Yes Mobile/stationary/natural market/weekly market Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes no mention
Arunachal Pradesh Yes Yes (main applicant should be 18+) Yes Of vendor, spouse and child (if involved in vending) Yes Yes Mobile/stationary/any other Yes Yes Yes Yes no mention no mention Unique Registration number
Chandigarh Given in Form III which has not been attached to the Scheme
Chhattisgarh Yes DoB no mention Yes Name of father/husband Yes No mention Work address given Yes no mention no mention no mention no mention Type of business; contact number; education
Dadra and Nagar Haveli Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes no mention no mention Time of vending
Daman and Diu Given in Form III which has not been attached to the Scheme
Delhi Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No mention Yes Vendor ID; mobile number; license fee per month
Goa Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No mention no mention Reference number, time of vending, T&C
Gujarat Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes no mention Unique Registration Number, vending time
Himachal Pradesh Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes no mention Unique Registration Number
Kerala Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes no mention yes yes yes yes No mention no mention T&C
Meghalaya Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No mention no mention unique registration number
Nagaland Yes Yes Yes Of vendor, spouse and child (if involved in vending) Yes Yes Mobile/stationary/any other Yes Yes Yes Yes no mention no mention Unique Registration number
Odisha Yes no mention no mention no no yes yes no no yes yes yes no mention T&C
Punjab Yes Yes no mention Yes no Yes Yes Yes no Yes Yes Yes no mention T&C
Rajasthan Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes no mention no mention no mention unique registration number
Tamil Nadu Yes Yes no mention Yes no Yes No mention Yes Yes Yes Yes no mention no mention T&C
Telangana Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes no mention no mention Unique registration number
Tripura Yes Yes Yes Yes no mention Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes no mention Yes vendor ID/barcode, mobile number
Uttar Pradesh Yes no no yes no yes Yes Yes yes yes no mention Yes no mention timing of vending
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States Period of renewal Manner Renewal Fee Renewing Authority Miscellaneous
Andhra Pradesh every 3 years collect required fee same as vending fee no mention stationary vendors will not be allowed to vend in that spot after 20 years
Arunachal Pradesh every 5 years payment of fee, LA shall put up list of vendors whose renewal dates falls within a period of 2 months, TVC shall prepare list of defaulters, allow 1 month grace without penalty after which a penalty of Rs 25 a day for 6 months shall not be less than Rs. 500 per year no mention no mention
Chandigarh every 3 years apply for renewal 2 months before expiry; TVC shall publish defaulter list; 1 month grace period w/o renewal fee after which daily penalty determined by LA. If not renewd within 3 months of lapse, TVC may cancel determined by LA no mention no mention
Chhattisgarh every 5 years approval of TVC determined on basis of commercial viability of place and goods sold TVC no mention
Dadra and Nagar Haveli every 3 years apply for renewal 2 months before expiry; TVC shall publish defaulter list; 1 month grace period w/o renewal fee after which daily penalty determined by LA. If not renewd within 3 months of lapse, TVC may cancel determined by LA no mention no mention
Daman and Diu every 3 years apply for renewal 2 months before expiry; TVC shall publish defaulter list; 1 month grace period w/o renewal fee after which daily penalty determined by LA. If not renewd within 3 months of lapse, TVC may cancel determined by LA no mention no mention
Delhi every 5 years apply 3 months prior, endorsement made on CoV, can file objection or claim with TVC within 30 days if not renewed 20% of one month's vending fee TVC/LA no mention
Goa every year apply 2 months before expiry same as vending fee TVC no mention
Gujarat every 5 years payment of fee, LA shall put up list of vendors whose renewal dates falls within a period of 2 months, TVC shall prepare list of defaulters, allow 1 month grace without penalty after which a penalty of Rs 25 a day for 6 months not less than 2500 in Municipal Corp and 500 in Municipality TVC if vendor fails to renew in the said period, TVC shall serve notice for reasons within 15 days and if vendor fails to give a reason, CoV shall be deemed to be cancelled
Himachal Pradesh 5 years deposit fee, TVC shall publish list of defaulters and fine them Rs 20 a day determined by LA no mention no mention
Kerala 3 years apply to TVC 60 days before expiry Rs 100 no mention no mention
Meghalaya 1 year pay fees for renewal, LA may put up list of vendors whose CoV needs to be renewed in the next 2 months, TVC shall publish defaulter list and give one month grace period after which Rs 25 penalty a day. issuance of 15 day notice asking for reasons for non-renewal and cancellation if no reason given shall not be less than Rs. 500 no mention no mention
Nagaland every year payment of fee, LA shall put up list of vendors whose renewal dates falls within a period of 2 months, TVC shall prepare list of defaulters, allow 1 month grace without penalty after which a penalty of Rs 25 a day for 6 months shall not be less than Rs. 500 no mention no mention
Odisha every 5 years apply for renewal 3 months before expiry, fulfilment of T&C, TVC can refuse to renew but must give vendor an opp to be heard 100 TVC no mention
Punjab evey 5 years apply for renewal with fee, renewal within 15 days 500 TVC no mention
Rajasthan every 5 years apply 3 months prior, one motnh grace period, defaulters list on TVC notice board, pay Rs 25 a day for 30 days after which it may be cancelled or suspended deterimined by TVC TVC no mention
Tamil Nadu every 5 years application to TVC at least 2 months before expiry Rs 500 TVC no mention
Telangana every 3 years no mention between Rs 100 and 200 no mention no mention
Tripura every 3 years apply for renewal 3 months before expiry, renewal thru endorsement on CoV one month's vending fee TVC/LA if renewal is rejected, can claim/object
Uttar Pradesh every 3 years payment of fee determined by TVC, renewal for 5 years decided by TVC no mention no mention
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States Issuing Authority Form and Manner
Andhra Pradesh TVC headed by MC Electronically generated; shall have seal and sign of MC
Arunachal Pradesh no mention ID shall have details of vendor as well as vending site, period of validity (as mentioned in Form IV of the Scheme)
Chandigarh TVC As per Form VII (not attached) In case of loss or damage to ID card, vendot may apply for duplicate along with copy of FIR and fee
Chhattisgarh issued under sign of MC or Chied Municipal Officer of LA give info on date of issue, validity, zone number, vending place, vending period, category of vending, address, sign, 12 digit nomination code (last four digits are vendor number)
Dadra and Nagar Haveli TVC As per Form VII (details of vendor, address of vending site, contact infor, category of vending, validity period ) In case of loss or damage to ID card, vendot may apply for duplicate along with copy of FIR and fee
Daman and Diu TVC As per Form VII (not attached) In case of loss or damage to ID card, vendot may apply for duplicate along with copy of FIR and fee
Delhi no mention As per Annexure C (details of vendor, URI, details of vendor, family details, site of vending, item sold, days and timing of vending)
Goa TVC Form IV: vendor details, ID Card number
Gujarat no mention Form IV: vendor details, vending site, validity of ID card
Himachal Pradesh LA Form 3 (vendor details, category of vending, issuing date, unique registration number, contact details)
Kerala TVC enabled to carry biometric of vendors, details of vendor, nature of business, Aadhaar no.
Meghalaya TVC shall have biometrics of vendor, details of vendor, vending site and category, validity period, contact details, photo (Form IV)
Nagaland no mention ID shall have details of vendor as well as vending site, period of validity (as mentioned in Form IV of the Scheme)
Odisha no mention Form IV: vendor details, vending area and category, contact, validity In case of loss or damage to ID card, vendot may apply for duplicate along with copy of FIR and fee
Punjab TVC Annexure III: vendor details, unique registration number, family details, category of vending, vending site, photo
Rajasthan no mention Form B: details of vendor, address, vending site, category, validity
Tamil Nadu TVC Form IV: vendor details, category of vending, nature and time of business
Telangana TVC represented by MC Manner of issue is same as that of CoV, ID card shall have vendor details, vending site, contact it shall act as sufficient documentation for vendors for opening a bank account, getting a loan, accessing social security benefits
Tripura no mention Annexure C: details of vendor, unique ID number, site if vending, details of dependent children
Uttar Pradesh no mention Form 4: code of street vendor, vendor details, nature of business and category, validity, nominee name
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States Definition of Public Purpose Manner of relocation/ eviction Manner of notice Physical eviction Principles of relocation
Andhra Pradesh no mention - Plan to be developed in such manner to minimize relocation or eviction - Relocation must be based on consultation with affected parties
Arunachal Pradesh no mention TVC shall discuss eviction 2 months prior to issuance of 30 day notice notice shall be issued personally, displayed in public place or sent by registered post; paste notice in vending area any street vendor who fails to evict shall be pay a default amount of upto Rs 250 per day for upto 15 days after which he shall be physically removed i. avoid relocation ii. consult vendors iii. TVC shall engage with market representatives iv. mutually agreed place for relocation v. improve vendor livelihood through relocation (income potential vi. infrastructure development for relocated vendors vii. avoid loss of assets viii. no relocation from heritage markets
Chandigarh no mention Relocation shall be in the same area or a nearby vending zone shall be served personally or by registered post; paste notice near vending site if post is undelivered i. physical eviction if he does not leave after 30 day notice with police assisstance if necessary ii. vending w/o CoV or cancelled CoV: eviction with 24 hour notice iii. vendor shall be liable to daily penalty if he does not comply with notice period As under Entry (zb) of the Second Schedule of SVA
Chhattisgarh traffic is not convenient; overcrowding; road widening; violation og plan; safety PoV; govt land may be evicted by ULB after approval of TVC; one month notice to be given eviction notice and list of all vendors affected by eviction shall be fixed on notice board of ULB, final notice 48hrs before by LA with police assisstance, help of female police personnel for eviction of female vendors, legal proceedings if vendors resist i. avoid relocation ii. consult vendors iii. improve vendor livelihood through relocation (income potential iv. vendors shall not be affected by transfers or land related issues v. regulation of forcible eviction
Dadra and Nagar Haveli no mention Relocation shall be in the same area or a nearby vending zone shall be served personally or by registered post; paste notice near vending site if post is undelivered i. physical eviction if he does not leave after 30 day notice with police assisstance if necessary ii. vending w/o CoV or cancelled CoV: eviction with 24 hour notice iii. vendor shall be liable to daily penalty if he does not comply with notice period As under Entry (zb) of the Second Schedule of SVA
Daman and Diu no mention Relocation shall be in the same area or a nearby vending zone shall be served personally or by registered post; paste notice near vending site if post is undelivered i. physical eviction if he does not leave after 30 day notice with police assisstance if necessary ii. vending w/o CoV or cancelled CoV: eviction with 24 hour notice iii. vendor shall be liable to daily penalty if he does not comply with notice period As under Entry (zb) of the Second Schedule of SVA
Delhi public purposes like development project in public interest, security concerns, traffic congestion, spread of epidemic and natural calamity/ other health reasons, cleanliness of area or any other valid reason (list given) TVC shall issue written notice and give vendor 3 alternative options; if he fails to relocate then he gets 3 warnings and the case is then directed to Grievance Redressal Cell which may fine the vendor upto Rs 250 a day Rehabilitation to the nearest available site In principle, no street vendor must be evicted from the site of vending without prior notice, completion of registration process and formulation of rehabilitation plan 30 day notice to be given 30 day notice (additionally, reminder notice on 15th day) to vacate the site and not to vend. In case no response has been received after the two notices, the notice will be pasted conspicuously in the vendor(s) place of vending. The notice for eviction must contain the justification for eviction as also the procedure to appeal against the eviction notice must be given in local language and informed verbally TVC may determine this matter Phtotos and videos of spot after removal shall be submitted along with a report to TVC need directions from TVC to evict and TVC needs to be present for eviction i. avoid relocation ii. consult vendors iii. improve vendor livelihood through relocation (income potential iv. vendors shall not be affected by transfers or land related issues v. regulation of forcible eviction
Goa creation of road infrastructure, under or over bridges, expansion of roads, pathways, pedestrian plazas, provision for bus stops, parking places for motor vehicles, and such other similar activities relocation with concurrence of TVC, relocation to adjoining area or same locality immediate eviction in cases of no COV or vending outside designated site no mention no mention no mention
Gujarat no mention relocation to a nearby place, temporarily or permanently TVC shall discuss eviction one month before notice is issued notice shall be issued personally or sent by post, pasted in vending area if undelivered payment of Rs 350 penalty if not evicted after notice period, physical eviction by LA and police after 15 days i. avoid relocation ii. affected vendors or their representatives shall be involved in rehabilitation iii. relocation to improve livelihood or restore them to pre-evicted levels
Himachal Pradesh no mention For relocation: TVC consent is mandatory, vendor should be adjusted in same or nearby locality, after completion of work then vendor shall be restored in the original place For eviction: needs to be discussed by TVC at least 6 months prior one month notice shall be given to the street vendor or occupier of place and if he is unknown or not traceable, the notice shall either be placed on the notice board of the TVC and at the vending site local authority or officer authorized in this behalf by the local authority, may take police assistance for evicting physically the street vendor i. avoid relocation ii. consult vendors iii. TVC shall engage with market representatives iv. mutually agreed place for relocation v. improve vendor livelihood through relocation (income potential vi. infrastructure development for relocated vendors vii. avoid loss of assets viii. no relocation from heritage markets ix. vendors shall not be affected by transfers or land related issues x. regulation of forcible eviction xi. vendors from heritage markets shall not be relocated
Kerala creation of road infrastructure, under or over bridges, expansion of roads, pathways, pedestrian plazas, provision for bus stops, parking places for motor vehicles, and such other similar activities relocation with concurrence of TVC, relocation to adjoining area or same locality immediate eviction in cases of no COV or vending outside in a no-vending zone no mention no mention no mention
Meghalaya (i) widening of roads, streets, lanes; (ii) shifting the alignment of roads, streets, lanes; (iii) erecting flyovers with or without clover leaves and slip down roads; (iv) erecting underpasses; (v) development of land owned by public authorities for some public projects; (vi) laying of water, storm water or sewer lines; (vii)erecting intermediate pumping stations for the services; (viii) any project related with public transport like BRTS, Metro, etc., (ix)erection of Economically Weaker Section (EWS) Housing; (x) Creation of Parks, Gardens, and Recreational Area;(xi) Conservation of any eco system resource in that area and (xii) Any other developmental work taken by the local authority, the beneficiary of which will be the community at large for relocation: give 7 day notice and give choice of 2-3 alternative nearby vending sites, vendor shall give LA his choice after period is expired, Rs 250 daily fine on overstay or failure to vacate if relocation is not possible, put vendor on waiting list and in priority eviction shall be discussed 2 months prior to 7 day notice 48 hour notice for cancelled CoV, no CoV, or failure to relocate no notice in case of causing traffic congestion, law and order problems, nuisance and unhygeinic conditions serving it in person/ pasting at designated place or thru registered post at address of residence no mention no mention
Nagaland no mention TVC shall discuss eviction 2 months prior to issuance of 30 day notice notice shall be issued personally, displayed in public place or sent by registered post; paste notice in vending area any street vendor who fails to evict shall be pay a default amount of upto Rs 250 per day for upto 15 days after which he shall be physically removed i. avoid relocation ii. consult vendors iii. TVC shall engage with market representatives iv. mutually agreed place for relocation v. improve vendor livelihood through relocation (income potential vi. infrastructure development for relocated vendors vii. avoid loss of assets viii. no relocation from heritage markets ix. transfer of title or rights in light shall not affect vendors x. no relocation from heritage markets
Odisha no mention 30 days notice given delivered bt hand/ registered post if the vendor does not evict, Municipality may physically evict no mention
Punjab (i) widening of roads, streets, lanes; (ii) shifting the alignment of roads, streets, lanes; (iii) construction of flyovers with or without clover leaves and slip down roads; (iv) construction of underpasses; (v) development of land owned by public authorities for some public projects; (vi) laying of water, storm water or sewer lines; (vii) erecting intermediate pumping stations for the services; (viii) any project related with public transport like Bus Rapid Transit System, Metro; (ix) construction of Economically Weaker Section (EWS) Housing; (x) development and maintenance of Parks, Gardens and Recreational Area; (xi) Conservation of any eco System Resource in vending zone; and (xii) any other development work taken up by the local authority, the beneficiary of which will be the community at large TVC shall discuss relocation 2 months before issuing notice 30 days notice for relocation and eviction, reason for eviction needs to be given registered post or in person, if undelivered then paste in vending site physical eviction if not renewed CoV, expired CoV, cancelled CoV i. avoid relocation ii. consult vendors iii. TVC shall engage with market representatives iv. mutually agreed place for relocation v. improve vendor livelihood through relocation (income potential vi. infrastructure development for relocated vendors vii. avoid loss of assets viii. no relocation from heritage markets ix. transfer of title or rights in light shall not affect vendors
Rajasthan (i) widening of roads, streets, lanes; (ii) shifting the alignment of roads, streets, lanes; (iii) erecting flyovers with or without clover leaves and slip down roads; (iv) erecting underpasses; (v) development of land owned by public authorities for some public projects; (vi) laying of water, storm water or sewer lines; (vii)erecting intermediate pumping stations for the services; (viii) any project related with public transport like BRTS, Metro, etc., (ix)erection of Economically Weaker Section (EWS) Housing; (x) Creation of Parks, Gardens, and Recreational Area;(xi) Conservation of any eco system resource in that area and (xii) Any other developmental work taken by the local authority, the beneficiary of which will be the community at large Relocation: relocate to a nearby place temporarily or permanently, shift back to original spot if possible give notice in case of eviction and relocation notice of 30 days LA shall evict with help of police i. in exceptional circumstances ii. relocate to areas with infrastructural development iii. loss of assets must be minimal
Tamil Nadu creation of road infrastructure, under or over bridges, expansion of roads, pathways, pedestrian plazas, provision for bus stops, parking places for motor vehicles, and such other similar activities determined by TVC (weigh public benefits and importance of project) relocation with concurrence of TVC to an adjoining or similar area, same locality immediate eviction in cases of CoV cancelled, not renewed, vending in a no-vending zone no mention no mention no mention
Telangana no mention
Tripura development project in public interest, security concerns, traffic congestion, spread of epidemic, natural calamity, health reasons, cleanliness 30 day notice and choice to choose alternative vending site in case of relocation 15 day notice in case of no COV, or relocation notice period has expired immediate eviction whntraffic congestion, law and order problem, nusiance and hygiene problems notice shall be issued personally, displayed in public place or sent by registered post; paste notice in vending area notice in Benagli or English in case of non-compliance with eviction notice As under Entry (zb) of the Second Schedule of SVA
Uttar Pradesh i. construction and maintenance of development works ii. hindrance in smooth flow of traffic and transport iii. law and order problems iv. emergent situation v. declaration as no-vending zone vi. vendors more than absorption capacity vii. view of TVC in prevalant situation one month notice for relocation, eviction in case of non-compliance eviction also in case of cancelled CoV one month notice for eviction by TVC or officer authorised by TVC in case of non-compliance with eviction notice As under Entry (zb) of the Second Schedule of SVA
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States Fee Structure/ Determining Authority (if not provided) Frequency of Payment Manner of payment
Andhra Pradesh From Rs 100-200 based on type of city no mention TVC shall collect through banks, Mee-sevas and ULB Collection centres
Arunachal Pradesh TVC shall fix between 150-1500 per month, based on footfall of area. 10% increase every year monthly TVC bank account
Chandigarh TVC shall fix based on category of vendor, status of market, footfall of area no mention LA bank account
Chhattisgarh deternined by ULB no mention TVC bank account
Dadra and Nagar Haveli TVC shall fix based on category of vendor, status of market, footfall of area no mention LA bank account
Daman and Diu TVC shall fix based on category of vendor, status of market, footfall of area no mention LA bank account
Delhi Rs 50-1500 pm (table given in S 4.1.3 [women vendors and PwD have to pay only 75% of fee and get 50% rebate] monthly LA bank account
Goa fixed by LA, revised at least once in 3 years annual no mention
Gujarat fixed by LA on recommendations of TVC, not less than Rs 150 a month monthly/annually TVC bank account
Himachal Pradesh Fee ranges given for stationary, mobile and other categories of vendors from general and reserved categories monthly TVC and LA bank accounts
Kerala fixed by LA, revised at least once in 3 years annual no mention
Meghalaya TVC shall fix between 150-1500 per month, based on footfall of area. 10% increase every year monthly TVC Bank account
Nagaland TVC shall fix between 150-1500 per month, based on footfall of area. 10% increase every year monthly TVC bank account
Odisha no mention no mention TVC bank account
Punjab Rs 400-1000, 5% increase every year monthly LA bank account
Rajasthan TVC shall fix between 150-1500 per month, based on footfall of area. 10% increase every year monthly TVC/LA bank account
Tamil Nadu given in Scheme as per category of vending, revised at least once in 3 years annual no mention
Telangana no mention no mention TVC shall collect through banks and Mee-sevas and ULB collection centres
Tripura vending fee given from RS 30-500 Quarterly basis LA bank account
Uttar Pradesh no mention no mention Municipality or TVC bank account
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States Manner of seizure Preparation of list Manner of reclaiming Fee for reclaiming
Andhra Pradesh no mention
Arunachal Pradesh conducted by LA list shall be signed by authority and receipt must be given to vendor LA shall release perishable goods on the same day and non-perishables within 2 working days i. less than value of seized goods ii. less than 500 for vending w/o certifiate
Chandigarh only authorised officer from LA can seize list of goods shall be prepared by officer and co-signed by vendor; give receipt to vendor make claim within 2 working days and pay fee determined by LA
Chhattisgarh condcuted by ULB: prevent damage, contamination ULB shall not be responsible for deterioration of perishables shall be responsible for security given by ULB to vendor ULB shall return when vendor pays fine; is he fauls to reclaim, then the goods shall be disposed no mention
Dadra and Nagar Haveli only authorised officer from LA can seize list of goods shall be prepared by officer and co-signed by vendor; give receipt to vendor make claim within 2 working days and pay fee determined by LA
Daman and Diu only authorised officer from LA can seize list of goods shall be prepared by officer and co-signed by vendor; give receipt to vendor make claim within 2 working days and pay fee determined by LA
Delhi designated officer shall conduct and video of seizure to be taken shall be verified by vendor and authenticated by TVC member and a witness fixed time limits to reclaim after which LA can dispose/auction storage charges given (Rs 20-750)
Goa seized by LA and kept in its custody sign of vendor needed. If he does not sign, need attestation of Health officer and officer seizing goods LA can dispose/auction after a time if not reclaimed no mention
Gujarat only authorised officer from LA can seize list of goods shall be signed by authority and recepit given to vendor LA shall release perishable goods on the same day and non-perishables within 2 working days shall not exceed total value of seized goods, for vending w/o CoV, shall not exceed 500
Himachal Pradesh by LA signed by officer and 2 witnesses available at the site written request by vendor for release within a day for perishables and 2 days for non-perishables; issue of notice if claim not made; goods will be sold after end of notice period Rs 500 per day
Kerala seized by LA under proper inventory sign of vendor needed. If he does not sign, need attestation of Health officer and officer seizing goods LA can dispose/auction after a time if not reclaimed proceeds from auction shall be adjusted with fines and penalties and excess must be returned to vendor no mention
Meghalaya authorised person/designated official of LA list of goods shall be prepared by authority and signed by him, vendor needs to be given receipt LA shall release perishable goods on the same day and non-perishables within 2 working days not more than 500
Nagaland conducted by LA list shall be signed by authority and receipt must be given to vendor LA shall release perishable goods on the same day and non-perishables within 2 working days i. less than value of seized goods ii. less than 500 for vending w/o certifiate
Odisha Municipality with help of police sign of vendor needed claim within 2 working days Rs 250
Punjab LA by deputing official of not less than superintendent rank preared by official in duplicate, signed and given to vendor along with receipt application to Head of LA, list of goods, receipt of fee on same day for perishables and 2 wokring days for non-perishables 10% of price of seized goods
Rajasthan LA may seize LA shall prepare and give copy to vendor reclaim perishable goods on the same day and non-perishables within 2 working days not more than 500 in case of vending w/o CoV
Tamil Nadu seized and kept in custody by LA sign of vendor needed. in case he refuses, sign of sanitary supervisor or sanitary inspector of LA apply for reclaiming within 24 hours for perishables and 15 days for non-perishables, LA may dispose by auction and adjust proceeds against charges and return excess to vendor if he applies within 3 months no mention
Telangana no mention
Tripura LA can seize list prepared in duplicate and issues to vendor apply for reclaiming within 2 days for perishables and 15 days for non-perishables, LA may dispose by auction and adjust proceeds against charges and return excess to vendor if he applies within 3 months storage charges from Rs 20-300
Uttar Pradesh municipality may seize with physical eviction prepare list and give copy to vendor reclaim within 2 working days after paying prescribed fee anf giving undertaking that he shall not carry out vending again in the place of eviction, municipality may dispose goods if not reclaimed within 2 days determined by TVC
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States Conducting authority Frequency Manner
Andhra Pradesh TVC has to appoint NGO/ voluntary organisation/ institute well versed in social audit once in 6 months Audit to be conducted in vending areas; Audit team must verify manner of survey, collection and utilisation of fees, grievances in issue of CoV and ID cards, health and hygiene practices, waste disposal Objective: Protect vendor interests
Arunachal Pradesh TVC shall constitute 3 member unit (independent body) with academician, social activist and retired administrator once in 3 years (minimum) other staff to be provided by LA TVC shall provide relevant details to audit unit at least 2 weeks before the process unit shall conduct meetings and GDs on implementation of Act, Rules and Scheme Unit shall record in writing grievances of vendors Unit shall record in writing its own findings The TVC shall respond to the findings of the audit and take immediate corrective measures
Chandigarh TVC once in a year no mention
Chhattisgarh no mention no mention prepare list of vending zones and natural markets and vendors in them, collect social data from vendors and buyers, TVC prepares database of info
Dadra and Nagar Haveli TVC once in a year no mention
Daman and Diu TVC once in a year no mention
Delhi Govt shall constitute independent unit every 1-2 years TVC shall give unit relevant info 2 months prior to the process, unit shall have meetings and GDs with vendors on implementation of Act, unit shall prepare report and hold a public meeting with TVC and LA and vendors will also participate and give testify
Goa TVC after each survey Focus on: i. transactions with vendors ii. change in vending profiles of areas iii. financial health iv. changes in demand of goods from vendors v. relocation vi. issue of CoVs vii. restructuring the TVC and its functioning
Gujarat TVC shall constitue a unit with an academician, social activist and retired administrator at least once in 5 years TVC shall provide required details to the unit at least 2 weeks before the audit process. The unit shall conduct meetings and GDs on implementation, record vendor grievances in writing, record its findings in writing and hold a public meeting attended by LA and street vendors
Himachal Pradesh TVC shall constitue a unit with an academician, social activist and retired administrator once in 3 years TVC shall provide required details to the unit at least 2 weeks before the audit process. The unit shall conduct meetings and GDs on implementation, record vendor grievances in writing, record its findings in writing and hold a public meeting attended by LA and street vendors
Kerala TVC no mention Focus on: i. transactions with vendors ii. change in vending profiles of areas iii. financial health iv. changes in demand of goods from vendors v. relocation vi. issue of CoVs vii. restructuring the TVC and its functioning
Meghalaya no mention no mention no mention
Nagaland TVC shall constitute 3 member unit (independent body) with academician, social activist and retired administrator once in 3 years (minimum) other staff to be provided by LA TVC shall provide relevant details to audit unit at least 2 weeks before the process unit shall conduct meetings and GDs on implementation of Act, Rules and Scheme Unit shall record in writing grievances before grievance redressal committee, total evictions and relocations and previous social audit reports Unit shall record in writing grievances of vendors Unit shall record in writing its own findings The TVC shall respond to the findings of the audit and take immediate corrective measures
Odisha no mention no mention account of TVC shall be reviewed as per municipal laws
Punjab LA shall constitute audit unit of academician, social activist and Administrator/Advocate at least once a year TVC shall provide required details to the unit at least 2 weeks before the audit process. The unit shall conduct meetings and GDs on implementation, record vendor grievances in writing, record its findings in writing and hold a public meeting attended by LA and street vendors LA shall fix responsibility and take immediate corrective action to fix gaps, lapses and deviations
Rajasthan TVC shall appoint 3 member committee of academician, social activist and retired administrator once every 2 years TVC shall provide required details to the unit. The unit shall conduct meetings and GDs on implementation, record vendor grievances in writing, record its findings in writing and hold a public meeting attended by LA and TVC TVC and LA shall respond to gaps, lapses and deviations
Tamil Nadu TVC no mention Focus on: i. transactions with vendors ii. change in vending profiles of areas iii. financial health iv. changes in demand of goods from vendors v. relocation vi. issue of CoVs vii. restructuring the TVC and its functioning
Telangana TVC shall appoint institute or organisation well versed in social audit process once in 6 months in prime areas of street vending verify survey process, attitude of survey team and support officers, payment systems, issuing ID cards and CoV, process of maintaining health and hygiene, disposal of watse, devision of TVC
Tripura TVC shall constitute unit once a year TVC shall provide required details to the unit. The unit shall conduct meetings and GDs on implementation, record vendor grievances in writing, record its findings in writing and hold a public meeting attended by LA and TVC
Uttar Pradesh social audit team shall consist of one member from general, OBC, SC/ST, women and street vendor eligibility and educational qualifications shall be decided by MC along with the roles and responsibilities no mention i. provide information on implementation of scheme, programmes, target and actual benefits ii. examine records, conduct physical verification of vending related activities, their need, utility, achievements, impact on upgradation in living standards of beneficiaries, convenience of general public
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States Waste Disposal Public Toilets Electricity and Water Miscellaneous
Andhra Pradesh Vendor shall have waste bin Vendor associations can construct and run them on "pay and use" basis no mention no mention
Arunachal Pradesh LA shall provide proper place and vendors should have covered dustbins attempt to construct proper toilets with water and electricity supply LA shall provide street light and water facilities no mention
Chandigarh LA shall designate place; vendors shall use covered dustbins no mention no mention no mention
Chhattisgarh vendor shall follow procedure of LA; ensure provision of dustbin one urinal per 10 vendors, adequate water supply in toilets, separate toilets for men and women, monthly passes and fees for use LA shall ensure drinking water and lighting vendor shall ensure no loss to public property
Dadra and Nagar Haveli LA shall designate place; vendors shall use covered dustbins no mention no mention no mention
Daman and Diu LA shall designate place; vendors shall use covered dustbins no mention no mention no mention
Delhi shall keep vending site and 1m radius clean shall not dump in unauthorised place no mention no mention i. no projections or extensions allowed but he may use weather protection devices which are not permanently fastened ii. shall comply with food safety notifications of TVC
Goa maintain cleanliness, process waste as per LA instructions, compensate LA for providing disposal mechanisms no mention no mention pay the required fee
Gujarat LA shall provide place for waste disposal, vendors should use covered dustbins attempt to construct proper toilets with water and electricity supply LA shall ensure drinking water and lighting shall maintaincivic amenities in good condition, maintain public property and cleanliness
Himachal Pradesh LA shall provide proper place for disposal of waste, vendors shall use covered dustbins and pay sanitation charges for solid waste management LA shall provide LA shall provide TVC may inititate group insurance schemes for vendors
Kerala maintain cleanliness, process waste as per LA instructions, compensate LA for providing disposal mechanisms no mention no mention pay the required fee
Meghalaya LA shall provide proper place for disposal of waste, vendors shall use covered dustbins attempt to construct proper toilets with water and electricity supply LA shall provide cooking not allowed, preference to vendors who sell cooked food; vending time from 7am to 10pm;
Nagaland LA shall provide proper place and vendors should have covered dustbins attempt to construct proper toilets with water and electricity supply LA shall provide street light and water facilities no mention
Odisha no mention
Punjab LA shall provide proper place to dispose, vendors shall use dustbins LA shall construct proper toilets with water and electricity supply LA shall provide street light and water facilities no mention
Rajasthan LA shall give place to dispose, vendors shall use covered bins LA shallattempt to provide LA shall attempt to provide no mention
Tamil Nadu vendor shall be responsible for cleanliness in surrounding, collect and dispose waste as instructed by LA no mention no mention remit maintenance and vending fee
Telangana vendor shall keep dustbin, contribute to collective waste disposal Vendor associations can construct and run them on "pay and use" basis no mention government shall promote vendor organisations by giving financial assistance, take steps to cover vendors and their families with health care including reporducting and child health care facilities and health insurance
Tripura shall keep surrounding clean, vendor shall keep dustbin, contribute to collective waste disposal no mention not permitted shall not play any music to attract crowds no cooking allowed
Uttar Pradesh collect waste in dustbin, maintain cleanliness, food vendors should take care of public health and personal hygiene no mention no mention no mention
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States Conditions for private spaces as vending zones Principles for determining vending zones Principles for determining holding capacity
Andhra Pradesh TVC can demarcate with consent of owner; TVC can enter into agreement with owner State government with consultarion of Director of Town & Country Planning (DTCP) has to issue guidelines from time to time Space for vending shall be 2.5% of total area Formula: vending site/total vending area
Arunachal Pradesh LA can declare and consider offering compensation accommodation of vendors in the ground level only i. intensity of footfall, road width and density of vehicular and pedestrian movement are main factors ii. there shall be no restriction free zones iii. no vending zones within 50m of railway crossing, declared heritage structure iv. TVC may decide distance from imp institutions Based on: total area/ standard unit size decided by TVC
Chandigarh no mention Based on Entry 3 of First Schedule of SVA Determined by TVC
Chhattisgarh written agreement between ULB and land owner TVC shall determine based on functioning of roads, traffic, transportation TVC shall conduct survey and arrange vendors based on absorption capacity of vending zones and arrange remaining in nearby zones no mention
Dadra and Nagar Haveli no mention Based on Entry 3 of First Schedule of SVA Determined by TVC
Daman and Diu no mention Based on Entry 3 of First Schedule of SVA Determined by TVC
Delhi on recommendations of TVC all natural markets are vending zones; traditional weekly bazaars shall be allowed on some days and timings; proposal for demarcation of zones may be submitted to TVC by LA or vendors associations, police and land owning agency shall furnish comments to TVC; LA shall notify based on TVC decision 2.5% norm, LA shall demarcate and survey in consulation with TVC; adequate space shall be allowed for pedestrians and public utility
Goa TVC permission, only when absolutely necessary, consider vendor welfare i. intensity of footfall, road width and density of vehicular and pedestrian movement are main factors ii. there shall be no restriction free zones iii. TVC may decide distance from imp institutions iv. TVC shall determine special vending zones for fixed period no mention
Gujarat LA can declare and consider offering compensation accommodation of vendors in the ground level only i. intensity of footfall, road width, density of movement shall be factors to determine ii. LA shall consult planning authority and TVC to categorise areas into restriction free, restricted and no vending zones 2.5% norm Formula: total area/standard unit size
Himachal Pradesh TVC shall determine and take consent of owner TVC shall decide allotment of vending spaces , use fees and draw of lots in case of excess vendors formula: vending site/ total vending zone
Kerala TVC permission, only when absolutely necessary, consider vendor welfare TVC shall identify zones based on potentials of area, volume of traffic, pedestrians i. intensity of footfall, road width and density of vehicular and pedestrian movement are main factors ii. there shall be no restriction free zones iii. TVC may decide distance from imp institutions iv. TVC shall determine special vending zones for fixed period limited to 1% of population of ward/zone
Meghalaya LA can declare and consider offering compensation i. intensity of footfall, road width and density of vehicular and pedestrian movement are main factors ii. there shall be no restriction free zones iii. restricted vending zones shall be linked with road width iv. no vending zone within 200m of important insitutions, 100m from crossing of 2 or more roads and any declared heritage site, 100m from place of worship, hospitals and schools and 150 m from municipal or other markets or railway stations 1.5% of population
Nagaland LA can declare and consider offering compensation accommodation of vendors in the ground level only i. intensity of footfall, road width and density of vehicular and pedestrian movement are main factors ii. there shall be no restriction free zones iii. no vending zones within 50m of railway crossing, declared heritage structure iv. TVC may decide distance from imp institutions Based on: total area/ standard unit size decided by TVC
Odisha no mention no mention no mention
Punjab no mention i. footfall, status, road width and density of movement shall be deciding factors ii. no restriction free zones, no vending zones shall be minimum iii. no vending zones in area of 200m from Secretariat, District Panchayat, Municipal Corporation, municipality, Cantonment, ASI, State archeological monuments iii. no vending zone in area of 50 m from crossing of 2 or more roads, declared heritage structure by LA, junction, exit or entry of roads 2.5% norm Formula: vending site/total vending area
Rajasthan LA enters agreements with owners i. intensity of footfall, road width, traffic density ii. there shall be no restriction free zones iii. restricted vending zones based on road width iv. no vending zones within 20m of crossing of 2 or more streets, railwats crossing, heritage sites, important insititutions and monuments 2.5% of population Formula: vending site/total area
Tamil Nadu TVC permission, only when absolutely necessary, consider vendor welfare TVC shall identify vending and no-vending zones within 6 months of publication of Scheme based on width of the street, volume of traffic and the number of pedestrians passing through the street and such other factors identification of the vending zones shall be done in consultation with the Traffic Police identification shall be periodically reviewed by the TVC once in five years 2.5% of population
Telangana owners need to permit and be paid rent/lease, TVC shall enter into agreement State government on recommendation of Director of Town & Country Planning shall issue guidelines 2.5% of area population Formula: total area/vending site
Tripura NOC needed from owner natural markets shall first be allowed as vendign zones, traditional weekly bazaars ahll also be allowed , no vending in 100m of worship, education isnitute or hospital, railways, foot over bridges 2m space for pedestrian movement, public utility 2.5% norm of population in locality
Uttar Pradesh TVC shall determine when private places may be declared as vending zones according to local needs and circumstances determination shall be done by municipality on the recommendations of the TVC not more than 2.5% of the area population, holding capacity shall be determined by municipality
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States Appointer Designation Functions
Andhra Pradesh State government Mission Director of AP Mission for Eliminating Poverty in Municipal Areas Responsible for overall implementation of Scheme in the State
Arunachal Pradesh State government Officer not below the rank of Joint Sect to govt i. coordination of all matters relating to street vendors ii. meeting with LA to get acquantied with field level issues iii. collect feedback from vendors relating to issues and problems faced by them
Chandigarh no mention
Chhattisgarh no mention Officer not less than Joint Director of Directorate, Urban Administration and Development Department i. organise meetings to discuss regional issues and develop plan ii. provision of feedback form shall be developed for problems faced by vendors
Dadra and Nagar Haveli no mention
Daman and Diu no mention
Delhi State Government Minister of Urban Development i. social security initiatives ii. awareness, training and capacity building iii. infrastructure augmentation for street vendor
Goa State Government Member Secretary of the Goa State Urban Development Agency coordinate all matters relating to street vending
Gujarat LA not less than rank of Class I officer in Municipal Corporation, Class II in A Class Municipality, Member Sect of TVC in B/C/D Class Municipality i. shall call a meeting with venodrs at least once in 6 months ii. collect feedback from vendors in probelms and other issues
Himachal Pradesh no mention not less than rank of Add./Jt. Director of Urban Development shall have half yearly meetings with LA to get updates on vendors
Kerala no mention Executive Director of Kudumbashree coordinate all matters relating to street vending
Meghalaya State Government not less than rank of Jt Sect to government i. shall call a meeting with venodrs at least once in 6 months ii. collect feedback from vendors in probelms and other issues
Nagaland State government Officer not below the rank of Joint Sect to govt i. coordination of all matters relating to street vendors ii. meeting with LA to get acquantied with field level issues iii. collect feedback from vendors relating to issues and problems faced by them
Odisha State government not less than Jt Sect i. inspect TVC records ii. have half yearly meet with TVC and LA
Punjab no mention Director Local Govt coordinate all matters relating to street vending at state level
Rajasthan State government Additional Director of Local Self Govt Department i. shall call a meeting with LA once in 6 months ii. collect feedback from vendors in probelms and other issues
Tamil Nadu no mention Commissioner of Municipal Administration coordination of vendor related matters
Telangana State government Mission Director of Mission for Eliminating Poverty in Municipal Areas overall implementation
Tripura no mention Principal Sect to government coordination of vendor related matters
Uttar Pradesh no mention Director of ULBs coordination of street vendor matters in urban areas
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States Manner
Andhra Pradesh Vendor shall remove goods/wares on expiry of time period; time period will be determined to avoid congestion; rationing of space should be used when vendors exceed holding capacity; attempt shall be made to give parking space to mobile vendors; no discrimination of vendors of any group while alloting time-sharing vending activities
Arunachal Pradesh TVC shall determine vending activities on time-sharing
Chandigarh no mention
Chhattisgarh TVC shall determine vending activities on time-sharing based on: i. space available ii. safety of women vendors
Dadra and Nagar Haveli TVC shall determine vending activities on time-sharing basis
Daman and Diu TVC shall determine vending activities on time-sharing basis
Delhi TVC shall determine vending activities on time-sharing basis and formulate rules for street vendors in weekly and weekened bazaars on rotation/time sharing basis
Goa TVC shall determine vending activities on time-sharing basis
Gujarat TVC shall determine vending activities on time-sharing basis
Himachal Pradesh no mention
Kerala TVC shall determine vending activities on time-sharing basis
Meghalaya TVC shall determine vending activities on time-sharing basis
Nagaland TVC shall determine vending activities on time-sharing
Odisha no mention
Punjab TVC shall determine vending activities on time-sharing basis, women vendors shall be given preference
Rajasthan TVC decides with approval of LA
Tamil Nadu TVC shall decide
Telangana vendors remove their goods at the end of their alloted period, time period will be in accordance with ensuring non-congestion and publci hygiene
Tripura no mention
Uttar Pradesh not currently present, may be permitted in night or weekly markets, TVC may frame T&Cs
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States TVC Local authority Planning authority State Nodal Officer Miscellaneous
Andhra Pradesh i. number of vending zones ii. number of registered vendors iii. CIGs formed by vendors iv. revenue and expenditure v. welfare measures vi. complaints registered and redressed no mention no mention no mention no mention
Arunachal Pradesh i. details of meetings and agenda papers ii. survey procedure and final reports iii. details of allotment and relocation of sites iv. decisions of appellate committee and grievance redressal committee v. details of CoV and ID cards vi. papers for initiating 5 yearly survey i. records relating to disposal of appeals filed ii. seixure of goods, counter foil of receipt to vendor, compensation for seized goods and penalty recovered no mention no mention Records by Grievance Redressal Commitee on applications filed before it
Chandigarh "i. details of meetings and agenda papers ii. survey procedure and final reports iii. details of allotment and relocation of sites iv. decisions of appellate committee and grievance redressal committee v. details of CoV and ID cards vi. papers for initiating 5 yearly survey" vii. details of vendors who have been given CoV based on waiting list viii. details of vendors with CoV i. records relating to disposal of appeals filed ii. seixure of goods, counter foil of receipt to vendor, compensation for seized goods and penalty recovered no mention no mention Records by Grievance Redressal Commitee on applications filed before it
Chhattisgarh i. documents relating to vendors ii. ward wise and market wise data iii. COV and ID cards of vendors shall be available online i. survey data of vendors shall be available online ii. vendor data during period of software development documents relating to vendors documents relating to vendors State govt will develop online software for records; vendor related documents shall be maintained at State level
Dadra and Nagar Haveli "i. details of meetings and agenda papers ii. survey procedure and final reports iii. details of allotment and relocation of sites iv. decisions of appellate committee and grievance redressal committee v. details of CoV and ID cards vi. papers for initiating 5 yearly survey" vii. details of vendors who have been given CoV based on waiting list viii. details of vendors with CoV i. records relating to disposal of appeals filed ii. seixure of goods, counter foil of receipt to vendor, compensation for seized goods and penalty recovered no mention no mention Records by Grievance Redressal Commitee on applications filed before it
Daman and Diu "i. details of meetings and agenda papers ii. survey procedure and final reports iii. details of allotment and relocation of sites iv. decisions of appellate committee and grievance redressal committee v. details of CoV and ID cards vi. papers for initiating 5 yearly survey" vii. details of vendors who have been given CoV based on waiting list viii. details of vendors with CoV i. records relating to disposal of appeals filed ii. seixure of goods, counter foil of receipt to vendor, compensation for seized goods and penalty recovered no mention no mention Records by Grievance Redressal Commitee on applications filed before it
Delhi I. Street vendors register; II. COV issued (with details); III. Waiting list of Street Vendors- those have not been issued COV; IV. list of all the vending zones with holding capacity; V. Available site /space (Local Body /vending zone wise); VI. Records and minutes of the meeting; VII. Resolutions of the TVC; VIII. Attendance Register; IX. Remuneration Register; X. Accounts of Cash Book and General Ledger; XI. Records of cancellation of registration and COV; XII. Record of seizures carried out and goods returned XIII. Records of social audit, promotional measures and awareness Campaigns; XIV. Personal files of members of the TVC; XV. Social audit reports I. Street vendors register II. Applicants denied registration; III. Details of survey conducted; IV. COV issued; V. Waiting list of Street Vendors- those have not been issued COV; VI. Demand and Collection Register; VII. Individual files of each street vendor; VIII. Suspension/ cancellation of COV; IX. Rules, schemes, circular, resolutions, guidelines and instructions; X. List of restriction-free, restricted and no-vending zones; XI. List of time-sharing basis vending zones; XII. Holding capacity of vending zones; XIII. Records of members of grievances redressal committee; and XIV. Records of all expenditure of TVC/ other committees. no mention no mention no mention
Goa i. vendor details ii. CoVs issued iii. nature and time of business permitted no mention no mention no mention no mention
Gujarat i. details of meetings and agenda papers ii. survey procedure and final reports iii. details of allotment and relocation of sites iv. decisions of appellate committee and grievance redressal committee v. details of CoV and ID cards vi. papers for initiating 5 yearly survey i. records relating to disposal of appeals filed ii. seixure of goods, counter foil of receipt to vendor, compensation for seized goods and penalty recovered no mention no mention Records by Grievance Redressal Commitee on applications filed before it
Himachal Pradesh i. social audit unit reports i. vending zones and vendors on the website no mention no mention Urban Development Department must develop online softaware for keeping records
Kerala i. vendor details ii. CoVs issued iii. nature and time of business permitted no mention no mention no mention no mention
Meghalaya i. decisions of TVC on designated website ii. street or road plan shall be permanent record no mention no mention no mention records relating to the allotment of the space to the street vendors shall be kept for ten years. Other records may be preserved for a period of five years unless those are needed for any legal proceedings
Nagaland i. details of meetings and agenda papers ii. survey procedure and final reports iii. details of allotment and relocation of sites iv. decisions of appellate committee and grievance redressal committee v. details of CoV and ID cards vi. papers for initiating 5 yearly survey i. records relating to disposal of appeals filed ii. seixure of goods, counter foil of receipt to vendor, compensation for seized goods and penalty recovered no mention no mention Records by Grievance Redressal Commitee on applications filed before it
Odisha in electronic from: details related to vending no mention no mention no mention no mention
Punjab no mention enter details of vendors online no mention no mention State govt shall develop software
Rajasthan issuance and renewal of ID cards can be done online no mention can keep online data keep necessary data while convening half yearly meetings State govt shall develop software
Tamil Nadu particulars of vendors like name, location, nature of business, time of business, category no mention no mention no mention no mention
Telangana i. number of vending zones ii. number of registered vendors iii. CIGs formed by vendors iv. revenue and expenditure v. welfare measures vi. complaints registered and redressed records pertaining to demarcation of vending zones and reservation of spaces for vendor markets and vending zones at ULB level no mention secondary data collected from the periodical reports from ULBs and Planning Authority no mention
Tripura i. vendors register ii. CoV details iii. vendor waiting list iv. available spaces and sites v. minutes of meetings vi. TVC resolutions vii. renumeration register viii. accounts and cash book ix. registration and cancellation of CoV x. records of social audit unit xi. personal files of TVC members i. vendors register ii. denied applicants iii. details of survey iv. CoV issued v. vendor waiting list vi. demand and collection register vii. individual files of vendors viii. rules, schemes, circulars,etc ix. list of zones x. holding capacity xi. time sharing vending zones xii. members of grievance redressal committee no mention no mention no mention
Uttar Pradesh i. time for issue of CoV and timeline for other activities ii. register of details pertaining to street vendors iii. survey forms, registration forms, data, details of relocation, suspension, regualtions issued from time to time no mention no mention shall maintain vendor related documents no mention
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States Infrastructure Development Education and Skill Training Financial Support and Credit Facilities Other Welfare Measures
Andhra Pradesh Infrastructure improvement using financial support from NULM to ULBs. Includes toilet facilities, paving, water supply, waste disposal facilities, common storage space, specialsed carts and temporary sheds. This shall be done with vendor consultation only after the survey has been completed. i. provide vocational training and entrepreneurial development skills ii. training programmed for all vendors to orient them on their rights and responsibilities iii. training for special knowledge on food quality, provisions of FSSAI i. ID cards issued under the Scheme should help promote access to banking services ii. ensure that vendors have bank accounts and financial literacy iii. enable credit facilities to vendors through SHG-Bank linkage iv. issue credit cards for eligible vendors v. social security through insurance under various state specific insurance schemes i. formation of CIGs (Common Interest Groups) by vendors ii. preparation of city vending plan iii. rehabilitation of child street vendors iv. promoting vendor organisations v. capacity building of vendors
Arunachal Pradesh no mention
Chandigarh no mention
Chhattisgarh no mention organisation of vendor festivals
Dadra and Nagar Haveli no mention
Daman and Diu no mention
Delhi toilets, regular waste disposal, lighting, common storage, specialised carts, temporary sheds, parking facilities, solar energy, CCTV surveillance, women markets, night markets, food hub orientation of vendors of rights and responsibilities, laws and schemes, food safety, hygiene, waste disposal consider extending benefits of Employees' State Insurance Act and EPF to registered vendors; free education for children of reg vendors; social welfare schemes no mention
Goa no mention TVC may organize skill building training and entrepreneurship development training for the street vendors; vendors shall be given orientation on the rights, duties and obligations no mention no mention
Gujarat no mention
Himachal Pradesh no mention
Kerala no mention
Meghalaya no mention
Nagaland no mention
Odisha no mention
Punjab no mention
Rajasthan no mention Development Plans
Tamil Nadu no mention
Telangana Infrastructure improvement using financial support from NULM to ULBs. Includes toilet facilities, paving, water supply, waste disposal facilities, common storage space, specialsed carts and temporary sheds. This shall be done with vendor consultation only after the survey has been completed. i. provide vocational training and entrepreneurial development skills ii. training programmed for all vendors to orient them on their rights and responsibilities iii. training for special knowledge on food quality, provisions of FSSAI i. ID cards issued under the Scheme should help promote access to banking services ii. ensure that vendors have bank accounts and financial literacy iii. enable credit facilities to vendors through SHG-Bank linkage iv. issue credit cards for eligible vendors v. social security through insurance under various state specific insurance schemes i. formation of CIGs (Common Interest Groups) by vendors ii. preparation of city vending plan iii. rehabilitation of child street vendors iv. promoting vendor organisations v. capacity building of vendors
Tripura LA shall provide toilets, waste disposal, lighting, common storage, specialised carts, temporary sheds and parking facilities orientation of vendors of rights and responsibilities, laws and schemes, food safety, hygiene, waste disposal no mention no mention
Uttar Pradesh no mention