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UT level, District level monitoring committee for registration of unorganised workers on NDUW-e-SHRAM portal

SRINAGARJammu and Kashmir government has constituted a Union Territory (UT) level monitoring committee and District level implementation committee for implementation and monitoring of registration of unorganized workers on the portal of the National Database for Unorganized Workers (NDUW) e-SHRAM portal.

As the order issued by Manoj Kumar Dwivedi, Commissioner Secretary to the Government, General Administration Department it states that the UT level monitoring committee shall be headed by the Chief Secretary and will have 14 other members, whereas District level monitoring committee shall be headed by District Magistrates and will have 17 other members.

The official order reads as, “Sanction is hereby accorded to the constitution of UT Level Monitoring Committee (UTMLC) and District Level Implementation Committee (DLIC) for implementation and monitoring of registration of unorganized workers on the portal of National Database for Unorganized Workers (NDUW) e-SHRAM portal in Jammu and Kashmir.”

The UTMLC will review and monitor the progress of registration of unorganized workers with Deputy Commissioners. It will also monitor the working of field level Common Service Centres (CSCs) District wise in terms of defined targets.

Further, the UTMLC will monitor mobilization of target sub-groups of unorganized workers such as MGNREGA workers, SHG members under NRLM/NULM, Street vendors, rickshaw-pullers, construction (BOCW) Workers, Mid-day meal workers, Domestic workers, ASHA workers, Anganwadi workers, Agricultural Labourers, fishermen and brick-kiln workers through respective line departments (district wise) for registration under e-SHRAM.

Also, the committee will monitor the progress of bulk registrations of BOCW/ASHA/ Anganwadi/ MGNERGA/ Domestic Workers, Mid-day meal workers and Fishermen to register under e-SHRAM.

“It will also channelize labour union/workers associations/Federations/ Civil society organizations working for the welfare of unorganized workers and to convince and mobilize their respective members to register under the e-SHRAM portal,” it reads.

The committee will ensure the holding of regular registration Camps at the District and CSC level for the unorganized Workers. And to strategize to disseminate Information, Education and Communication (IEC) amongst the prospective beneficiaries of e-SHRAM and their implementation through the Labour and Employment Department and other official machinery.

While on the other hand, the District Level Monitoring Committee will review the progress of registrations of unorganized workers against the defined targets in the District. The committee will review and monitor the working of field level individual Common Service Centers (CSCs) in the District and achieve targets under e-SHRAM—(KNO)

 

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