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Ministry of Labour and Employment Dr Awdhesh Singh, IRS (Retd.) Director, Awdhesh Academy, Former Commissioner, Customs & Indirect Taxes (Central Excise/GST)
.B Tech from IIT-BHU Varanasi, M Tech from IIT- Delhi &PhD IIITM-Gwalior in 2008 Joined IRS (C&IT) in 1991. .Received WCO Certificate of Merit in 2011 Received Presidential Award from Government of India in 2016 .Took VRS in October 2016 in the rank of Commissioner Fifth Most Followed Writer on Quora in the world with around 2.5 lakhs followers and over 115 Million Answer views 2I Authored four bestselling books on the topic of Spiritual Intelligence Leadership, Myths, and GST. . Books on 'Ethics, Integrity and Aptitude' and '31 Director, Awdhesh Academy Ways to Happiness' is expected soon Follow Me @ unacademy.in/user/aksinghirs AwdheshSingh.com
Ministry of Labour and Employment THE Ministry of Labour and Employment is one of the important and oldest ministries of the Government of India Ministry implements various labour laws, which regulate the terms and conditions of service and employment of workers. At present, there are 44 labour related statutes enacted by the Central Government dealing with minimum wages, accidental and social security benefits, occupational safety and health, conditions of employment, disciplinary action, formation of trade unions, industrial relations, etc.
Labour Jurisdiction Under the Constitution of India, Labour is a subject in the Concurrent List where both the Central & State Governments are competent to enact legislation subject to certain matters being reserved for the Centre.
Items in the Concurent List Union List Concurrent List Entry No. 55 Regulation of labour and safety in mines and oil fields Entry No. 22 Trade Unions; industrisl and labour disputes. Entry No. 61 Industrial disputes concerning Union employees Entry No. 23 Social Security and insurance, employment and Entry No. 65 Union agencies and institutions for "Vocational ...training..." Entry No. 24 Welfare of abour including conditions of work, provident unemployment. funds, employers "invalidity and old age pension and maternity
Responsibilities to protect and safeguard the interests of workers in general and the poor, deprived and disadvantaged sections of the society, in particular. to create a healthy work environment for higher production and productivity and to develop and coordinate vocational skill training and employment services. promotion of welfare of labour and providing social security to the labour force both in organised and unorganised sectors.
Vision Decent working conditions and improved quality of life of workers, ensuring India without child labor in hazardous sectors and enhancing employability through employment services and skill development on a sustainable basis.
Mission Improving the working conditions and the quality of life of workers through laying down and implementing policies / programmes schemes / projects for providing social security and welfare measures, regulating conditions of work, occupational health and safety of workers, eliminating child labour from hazardous occupations and processes, strengthening enforcement of labour laws and promoting skill development and employment services.
Organizations of MOL&E Central Board for Workers Education (CBWE) . Chief Labour Commissioner (CLC) Directorate General of Employment (DGE) Directorate General Factory Advice Service and Labour Institutes (DGFASLI) Directorate General of Mines Safety (DGMS) Employees State Insurance Scheme (ESIC) Employees Provident Fund Organisation (EPFO) India Labour Archives (ILA) Labour Bureau National Academy For Training And Research In Social Security (NATRASS) V.V. Giri National Labour Institute (VVGNLI) .Central Government Industrial Tribunal (CGIT)-cum-Labour Courts
Welfare of the Unorganized Sector Workers .As per the survey carried out by the National Sample Survey Organization in the year 2009-10, the total employment, in both organized and unorganized sectors in the country was of the order of 46.5 crore comprising around 2.8 crore in the organized sector and the balance 43.7 crore workers in the unorganized sector. Out of 43.7 crore workers in the unorganized sector, there are 24.6 crore workers employed in agricultural sector, about 4.4 crore in construction work and remaining in manufacturing and service