Degenerators

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Degenerators

  1. 1. PROTECTING THE VULNERABLE: PROVIDING SOCIAL WELLFARE TO INFORMAL SECTOR WORKER TEAM DETAILS: 1.UTKARSH 2.AMANDEEP SINGH 3.SHUBHENDU SHEKHAR 4.ANKUSH SINGH BHATI 5.NITISH KUMAR
  2. 2. •The latest report of the NSSO uploaded by the close of May 2011 about the casual workers in India between 2004-05 and 2009-10 compared to that of the period between 1999 – 2000 and 2004-05 very clearly shows that there is significant increase in the number of casual workers and decline in the number of regular workers. •More than 90% of the total workforce has been engaged in the informal economy. •. Among the unorganized sector workers, a considerable proportion (about 65%) is engaged in agricultural sector, which in turn indicates the prominence of rural segment in the informal economy.
  3. 3. Overview of plan 1. All the work done by informal 1. The Central union undertakes 1. Scrutiny and accountability labour is centralised & organised. further subdivisions. Of the labour. 2. A central labour union is formed. 2. All the informal workers in an area 2. All the monetary transaction are registered in respective division. with the labour is regulated by the union. 3. Central union’s work is divided 3. The union’s division work as a 3. Job security and availability into subdivisions. bridge between job seeker and of work throughout the year. the labour. Eg. Masons division Agriculture labour division. 4. There’s no direct transaction of 4. Higher Country GDP. money between job seeker and labour. 5. Union works for welfare, security 5. No child labour. and betterment of labour. Centralization of the labour at different levels. Implementation of plan Advantages of plan over current trend
  4. 4. STRUCTURE of system STATE GOVT.(MINISTRY OF LABOUR EMPLOYMENT) LABOUR UNION (DIST. LEVEL) MASON LABOUR DIVISION AGRICULTURA L LABOUR DIVISION VENDORS DIVISION OTHER UNSKILLED SECTORS DIVISION
  5. 5. Function of central union Central union head . Health and insurance Skill development Welfare schemes Undertakes sub- divisions of labour. Child welfare Wome n welfar e Labour hospitals Family insuranc e
  6. 6. Functions of sub-divisions Job seeker Registered labour 1. Acts as a bridge between job seeker and labour. 2. Undertakes all the monetary transaction between them. 3. Is responsible for security and welfare of labour. Examples of sub-divisions may be mason division, agricultural labour division etc. For example all the masons in a district are registered under mason division.
  7. 7. Advantages of the plan All the transactions involving money is through divisions. Monitoring of lives and welfare of labour. All time work availability Ease of the job seeker All government public distribution plans will be regularised by divisions. Limited working hours and all labour laws will be imposed. Transparency in system Centralized labour system
  8. 8. CURRENT CONDITION  highly proclaimed National Rural Employment Guarantee Act -2005 (NREGA), though it is a breakthrough, doesn’t have common wage in different states and limits itself only to hundred day’s work for those registered worker under the Act. What about the rest of the days in an year? As per this Act, the work guarantee applies in rural areas only, what about the urban poor?  Even the provisions and procedure of the Minimum Wages Act (1948) is so vague and futile that different states of India have fixed abysmally meagre wages and that too with so much of variations from state to state.
  9. 9. • All the workers with their respective identities must register themselves at their corresponding block or subdivision •The registration procedure would require aadhar card as their basic recognisation identities. •There would be an age restriction (above 16 years). •Registered workers must attend in skill development sessions. •All the necessary details regarding their family members must be submited.
  10. 10. DEMERITS OF OUR PLAN  THERE MAY BE CORRUPTION AT VARIOUS LEVELS.  OVER EXPLOITATION WOULD BE A SERIOUS CONCERN e.g..a labour working for 10 hours per day might work for 15 hours for extra wage and this will be an unregulated money  MALPRACTICES REGARDING THE RECRUITMENT CAN IMPOSE SERIOUS IRREGULARITIES IN FUNCTIONING OF THE BODY e.g.. They can recruit labours below 16 year that is illegal as per norms stated and they will pay them according their own desire.
  11. 11.  www.wikipedia.org  www.labour.nic.in  www.vishvabharti.ac.in  www.labourindia.com  www.goi.in

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