Manthan Topic: Protecting the Vulnerable
Team Details
1
Shubham Barsaiyan – Team Coordinator (8680879373)
Ritesh Shrivasta...
India churn
these gradu
A. What is unorganised sector :
• It refers to people engaged in activities and income that are
pa...
Appendix
3
Problems to address in surveying :
• It is most obvious that due to its very nature the informal sector does no...
Building sk
centrally is
Snapshot of solution proposed
Integration
of
Aadhar
cards
Forming
Nodal
agencies
Calling in NGO’s...
Appendix
5
INTEGRATION OF AADHAR
• AADHAR Registration for unorganized sectors :
 AADHAR card should be made available to...
Appendix
6
CREATION OF NODAL AGENCY
 Intermediate agency between unorganized sector
workers and organizations(Includes go...
Appendix
7
WORKINGS OF NODAL AGENCIES
BASIC STRUCTURE :
 Chain of commands in the following way :
 Each agency will have...
Appendix
8
 Unorganized sector workers in respective areas are supposed to get registered with
UID nos. and it will updat...
Appendix
9
CALLING IN NGOs AND TRADE UNIONS
AND INTERACTION WITH AADHAR,NODAL AGENCIES
 Recruiting trade unions and priva...
Appendix
10
BENEFITS
For Govt.:
 Unorganized sector workers secure more than 60% of the national GDP.
For Unorganized sec...
Appendix
10
Sources :
• www.indiancag.org/manthan/research-documents/social-welfare-to-informal-
sector-workers.pdf
• http...
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  1. 1. Manthan Topic: Protecting the Vulnerable Team Details 1 Shubham Barsaiyan – Team Coordinator (8680879373) Ritesh Shrivastava, Aditya Malpani, Remil Mushtaq, Nagabhushan Bhat
  2. 2. India churn these gradu A. What is unorganised sector : • It refers to people engaged in activities and income that are partially or fully outside government regulation, taxation, and observation. • Hypothesis: It includes people from daily wage workers to social healthy people not meeting the taxation demands. Our emphasis is on the socially backward, below poverty line and daily wage people : • As per the National Sample Survey Organization (NSSO), 30 million workers in India are constantly on the move (migrant labour) and 25.94 million women workforce has been added in the labour market from the year 2000 onwards. • While the sector contributes around half of the GDP of the county, its dominance in the employment front is such that more than 90% of the total workforce has been engaged in the informal economy. B. 2 Unorganised Sector has more than 93% of workforce in India, as such there is a definite need for their upliftment. Disconcerting characteristics of the unorganized sector.
  3. 3. Appendix 3 Problems to address in surveying : • It is most obvious that due to its very nature the informal sector does not easily lend itself to statistical measurement. • There are various methods for surveying the informal sector rather than one single method only. The most appropriate method always depends upon the measurement objectives pursued, which are determined by the data requirements of each country. A combination of survey methods can be useful for development of a comprehensive programme of informal sector data collection. Household surveys • If the objective is to monitor the evolution of informal sector employment in terms of the number and characteristics of the persons involved and the conditions of their employment and work, it suffices to include periodically in existing labour force or similar household surveys a few additional questions pertaining to the informal sector definition and the characteristics of informal sector employment. National practices • Informal sector surveys, Establishment surveys. • Mixed household and enterprise surveys Independent informal sector surveys using the mixed household and enterprise survey approach are based on a multi-stage design involving the following steps: (1) selection of sample areas as primary sampling units (PSUs); (2) household listing or interviewing; (3) selection of sample households with owners of (potential) informal sector businesses as ultimate sampling units (USUs); and (4) main interviewing of sample households and business owners.
  4. 4. Building sk centrally is Snapshot of solution proposed Integration of Aadhar cards Forming Nodal agencies Calling in NGO’s and trade unions 4 • Volunteers drawn from various professions, imminent personalities, college graduates and NGO’s. • Bringing in trade unions and encouraging the formation of new ones will help in removing the discrepancies of the system. • Our solution relies heavily on aadhar and digitisation to achieve its aims. • the solution aims at creating a database of all the people in India with a specific section for occupation. • Their whole lifeline should be uploaded in this database by concerned authorities with UID as his identification. As such, there is a immediate need to draft realistic and implementable policies for their upliftment and as such bring prosperity to nation. • Also a nodal agency creation is the solution which works as an intermediate between unorganised sector workers and the departments or organisations providing benefits to them. • Also the agency’s work would be to monitor the person like if the child is born, then keeping tab of its admission as well as keeping tab of past health records of the individual.
  5. 5. Appendix 5 INTEGRATION OF AADHAR • AADHAR Registration for unorganized sectors :  AADHAR card should be made available to everybody.  Creating database – Hence to maintain the keep record of • Previous work experience and current occupation of the unorganized workers. • Family Records : Education qualification of individual workers and their family members , new born records ,health records , etc. • AADHAR card will be compulsory , unique & reliable identification for the citizens. And contains all personal information.
  6. 6. Appendix 6 CREATION OF NODAL AGENCY  Intermediate agency between unorganized sector workers and organizations(Includes government as well as private recruiting agencies).  Should have constitutional status like election commission , CAG etc.  It’s similar to the ‘Workers facilitation center’ created in 2008. But this will be govt. run and also will be fully digitized.
  7. 7. Appendix 7 WORKINGS OF NODAL AGENCIES BASIC STRUCTURE :  Chain of commands in the following way :  Each agency will have direct access via internet or any other live network to personal information of workers through AADHAR card.  The center will have direct connection with all the recruiting organisations and facilities providing agency to the unorganized workers and center can access personal information of workers through UID no. or biometric identification. NATIONAL STATE DISTRICT VILLAGE TEHSIL
  8. 8. Appendix 8  Unorganized sector workers in respective areas are supposed to get registered with UID nos. and it will update personal information on the national database.  Incentives for registration: Government will channel the vaccancies in work unit to registered workers according to their skills.  Nodal agencies will have coordination with NGOs to create awareness of health factor ,importance of education and many other issues.  Database will be providing age information of each and every one which will help in sending the NGOs.
  9. 9. Appendix 9 CALLING IN NGOs AND TRADE UNIONS AND INTERACTION WITH AADHAR,NODAL AGENCIES  Recruiting trade unions and private sectors and public sector units form alliance with the nodal agencies in their respective local areas for recruiting workforce.  They will have to deposit prescribed amount of money per worker in nodal agencies apart from daily wage which will be called as registration fee.  Registration fee will be used as insurance in case of emergencies and to avail loan with nominal interest rates to the workers.
  10. 10. Appendix 10 BENEFITS For Govt.:  Unorganized sector workers secure more than 60% of the national GDP. For Unorganized sectors :  Ensuring social upliftment, security, welfare.  Job opportunities will get organized and will increase.  Child education will be provided.  For Trade unions :  Availability of skill ful workers.
  11. 11. Appendix 10 Sources : • www.indiancag.org/manthan/research-documents/social-welfare-to-informal- sector-workers.pdf • http://planningcommission.nic.in/reports/sereport/ser/restruc/stdy_rsturc_ch1.pdf • http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=1837193 • http://elibrary.worldbank.org/content/workingpaper/10.1596/1813-9450-6454 • http://www.in.boell.org/downloads/briefing_note_5.pdf • http://www.epw.in/system/files/pdf/2009_44/11/A_Critique_of_the_Unorganised_ Workers_Social_Security_Act.pdf

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