(Vice President)

(General Secretary)

(Joint Gen. Secretary)



Mr.C.Dhandapani @ Raja

Mr.G.Mohamed Siraj




Mr.V.M.S. Ravi





1. On the ship brokers tribunals of Commerce, conciliation boards; commercial or Industrial, loan-societies, general godowns and public sale rooms for new goods both retail and wholesale etc.

2. On the regulations concerning commercial practices.

3. On various taxes intended to be levied or imposed by the municipalities, local administration/government departments etc.

4. Independently of the opinions, the Government has always got the right to ask for, the Chamber can in its own initiative give opinions on the change of scheme in this commercial, customs and economic legislations, on the tariffs and rules of the transport services allowed by the public-authority out or its jurisdictions but interesting the French India, on the tariffs and rules of the establishments for the use of Commerce by virtue of government authorisation.

5. The Chambre-de-commerce is vested with legal status, it can be authorized to start and manage establishments for the use of commerce such as general godowns; public sale rooms; ware houses; permanent exhibitions and commercial museums, school of Commerce professional schools; Courses for propagating commercial and Industrial knowledge.

6. The Chambre-de-commerce can acquire or construct buildings for its own accommodation or for accommodation of establishments for commercial use.

7. The Chambre-de-commerce can be declared grantee of public works or entrusted with public services, chiefly with services interesting the sea-ports.

8. The Chambre-de-commerce can undertake such other activities as may be expedient for accomplishing or incidental or conducive to the attainment of all or any of the above objects of the Chamber and to promote the economic interest/development of the members of the Chambre-de commerce.



On 15-03-2000 this Chamber was registered under the Societies Registration Act, 1860 with the Registrar of Companies, Puducherry.