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Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Joint Consultative Machinery (JCM) – Dopt explain the importance of JCM as FAQ

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Department of Personnel and Training has given detailed procedures of Joint Consultative Machinery and Arbitration as Frequently Asked Questions…

The JCM Scheme provides for setting up of Joint Councils at the National, Departmental and Regional/Office levels. This mechanism is available for resolving issues pertaining to Group ‘C’ & ‘D’ employees. The National Council is the apex body. The Council deals with matters affecting Central Govt. employees generally. The Chairman of this Council is Cabinet Secretary. The ordinary meeting of the Council shall be held as often as necessary, and not less than once in four months.

Share of Women in Employment in the Country

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Ministry of Labour & Employment

Share of Women in Employment in the Country
        
          The reliable estimates of employment and unemployment are obtained from the surveys conducted by National Sample Survey Office.  According to the survey conducted in 2009- 2010, the share of females employed on usual status basis was 26.1% in rural area and 13.8%   in urban area. This share was 29.9% in rural area and 13.9% in urban area during 1999-2000. State-wise and urban/rural wise details of share of female employment are at annex.
 
                 In rural areas, 79.4% women are mainly working as cultivators and agriculture labourers.  In urban areas, 34.6% of women are working in Other Services such as Public Administration, Education & Community Services, etc.

 

Covering All the Labourers under Medical and ESI Scheme

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Ministry of Labour & Employment

Covering All the Labourers under Medical and ESI Scheme

The Employees’ State Insurance Act, 1948 applies to employees of factories employing 10 or more persons and certain specified establishments such as shops, hotels and restaurants, cine and preview theatres, road-motor transport undertakings, newspaper establishments, educational and private medical institutions employing 20 or more persons located in areas where the scheme is in force. 14 States have also extended coverage to shops and establishments employing 10 or more persons. Employees of factories and establishments covered under the scheme drawing monthly wages upto Rs. 15,000/- are covered under the scheme. As on 31.03.2011, the scheme is in force in 790 industrial centres in the country covering 1.55 crore insured persons. The total number of beneficiaries including family members of insured persons who are entitled to medical care under the scheme is 6.02 crore.

Govt. Job vacancies in Employment News for this week

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Government Job vacancies in Employment News for this week

Employment News published one more list of Government Jobs/Vacancies in various Govt. Departments for this week from 10.12.2011 to 16.12.2011. This is certainly very useful for job seekers and to know more details of Educational Qualification, Application Form, Last date for application and How many posts etc., please read Employment News Weekly News Paper/Rojgar Samachar.

This week fantastic opportunities in different types of Govt. Departments like UPSC, Navodya Vidyalaya Samiti, Rifles Factory, Air India, Air Force, IOC, NMDC, ITPF etc.,



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