National database for unorganized workers(NDUW) an Appraisal
Author(s):
Pothina Bhawani Sankar
Keywords:
Computer database, Migrant Labour, Organized, Smart Cards, Social Security, Unorganised, Welfare Schemes and Workforce.
Abstract
In 2018 for the first time Supreme Court directed the ministry of Labour to come out with a portal for registration of migrant workers, which will help to extending various benefits under Social security measures to migrant workers. Very soon a response came from railway minister who announced during a briefing on budget day, that Indian Railway will soon introduce a system which will make contractors divulge details of their employees and ensure a more transparent system in which will have a database of workers engaged by contractors in non- operational areas such as housekeeping, cleaning, consultancy, training and other such services and will be mandatory in labour intensive service contracts.
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Unique Paper ID: 152569

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 8, Issue 3

Page(s): 854 - 859
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