Online registration facility for labourers of unorganised sector
lakhs of labourers of the unorganised sector, work under house construction
activities, will now get online registration facility for availing benefits of
different schemes. The labourer need not to go to the office of the district
labour officer, but can register his name online from any cyber cafe.
Amar Agrawal has launched this facility here at the Naveen Vishram Grih, on the
International Labour Day (May Day). Addressing the function Agrawal has
appealed to the labourers to take benefits of this facility. He also gave away
certificates to the labourers who have been imparted training under the
Mukhyamantri Kaushal Vikas Yojana.
instructed the officers to give wide publicity to the online registration
facility, so that more labourers could get its benefits. He also extended May
Day wishes to the labourers.
that labourers have important contribution in the construction and development
activities of any country or state. Many rules and Acts have been made at the
Central and State level for the protection of the interests and rights of the
labourers. Strict action would be taken against the violators of the rules and
Acts related to the interests of the labourers, the minister added.
said that sewing machines have been distributed to a large number of woman workers,
after imparting stitching training to them. He said, the government has been
making efforts to create permanent employment resources to these trained women
workers through establishing self-help groups. It has also been decided to give
the school uniform stitching work to these SHGs, he added.
Secretary Labour MK Raut said that with the online registration, transparency
could be maintained in giving benefits of various schemes launched for the
welfare of the labourers. He said that the labourers go out of state would also
get the benefits of the online registration through registered contractors.
of Bhawan Evam Sannirman Karmakar Kalyan Mandal Mohan Anty, former chairman of
Labour Welfare Board AN Tiwari, former vice-president Pramod Bhatt, Labour
secretary Dr Jiten Kumar and large number of labourers were present on the