Ministry of Labour and Employment (India)

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Republic of India
Ministry of Labour and Employment
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Agency overview
Jurisdiction Government of India
Headquarters Rafi Marg, New Delhi
Agency executives , Labour Minister of India
Bandaru Dattatreya, Minister of State for Labour
Website labour.nic.in

The Ministry of Labour and Employment (Hindi: श्रम और रोजगार मंत्रालय, Shram aur Rozgaar Mantralay) is India's federal ministry which is responsible to protect and safeguard the interest of workers in general and the poor, deprived and disadvantaged sections of the society.[1] The Ministry aims to create a healthy work environment for higher production and productivity and to develop and coordinate vocational skill training and employment.[1]

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Role and Working[edit]

Functions[edit]

The thrust areas of the ministry are:[2]

  • Labour Policy and legislation
  • Safety, health and welfare of labour
  • Social security of labour
  • Policy relating to special target groups such as women and child labour
  • Industrial relations and enforcement of labour laws in the Central sphere
  • Adjudication of industrial disputes through Central Government Industrial Tribunals cum Labour Courts and National Industrial Tribunals
  • Workers' Education
  • Labour and Employment Statistics

The results of recession [3] on employment in the eight selected sectors textiles including apparels, leather, metals, automobiles, gems & jewellery, transport, IT/BPO and handloom / powerloom were monitored starting from Oct-Dec 2008. The overall employment in the eight selected sectors covered in the quarterly surveys has increased by 10.66 lakh (0.16%). In IT/BPO sector the increase in the employment is maximum (6.9 lakh) during the year 2009-10.

  • Emigration of Labour for employment abroad
  • Employment services and vocational training
  • Administration of Central Labour & Employment Services
  • International co-operation in labour and employment matters

Organisation[edit]

The attached and subordinate offices, autonomous organisations, adjudicating bodies and arbitration bodies are:[1]

Attached offices[edit]

  • Directorate General of Employment and Training
  • Office of Chief Labour Commissioner has the power to resticate any labour in charge of the country
  • Commissioner
  • Directorate General of Factory Advice Service Labour Institutes
  • Labour Bureau

Subordinate offices[edit]

  • Directorate General of Mines Safety
  • Welfare Commissioners

Autonomous organisations[edit]

  • Employees State Insurance Corporation
  • Employees Provident Fund Organisation
  • V.V. Giri National Labour Institute
  • Central Board for Workers Education

Adjudicating body[edit]

  • Central Government Industrial Tribunals and Labour Courts

Arbitration Body[edit]

  • Central Labour Service

Labour Ministers of India[edit]

Cabinet Ministers[edit]

Ministers of State (Independent Charge)[edit]

Ministers of State[edit]

References[edit]

External links[edit]