Best Practices

Best Practices (till 31st December 2015                              

  • Till date a total of 33293 migrant workers have been registered with the Shramik Sahayata Kendra (labour Help Center) and photo identity cards have been issued to them.
  • Till date a total of 1720 agreements have been signed between the migrant workers and contractors/owners.
  • Till now a total of 2189 banks account have been opened with different banks. Till now a total of 1430 workers have been linked with BOCW Welfare Board and 198 renewals have been facilitated. 2696 migrants and their family members have benefited from different social security and  welfare schemes.
  • Till now a total of 535 cases have been registered and 280 cases have been resolve. a total of RS.31,22,116=00 unpaid wage has been  released to labours.
  • Till date a total of 3243 youth have been counselled through employment consultation camps
  • Till date a total of 1246 youth of migrant workers families have completed training in different trades.
  • 876 trained youths are engaged in income generation activities
  • SVS (Swajeevika Vikas Samuh) is a new initiative and is of considerable significance in financial inclusion, women empowerment and social change.
  • Till date 27 SVS have been formed. They are constituted by 358 women of migrant community. Total savings of the SVS is Rs.99500.
  • 2 labours help centers running to provide work security and wage security of the workers.
  • A labours help line number (09450265964) issued to labors that is active from 10am to 5pm. Till date a total of 1963 calls have been registered by the labour help line.
  • Adolescent Education Centers running to provide soft skills along with entrepreneurship skills to adolescent boys and girls.
  • Health Awareness to brick kiln workers, like HIV / AIDS, diseases related to skin and eyes, asthma, TB, etc. Till date 28 health’s camp organised in which total beneficiaries are 3953

  • 31446 identity cards issued to migrant workers
  • 1201 youth provided skill development training
  • 600 (approximately) trained youths are engaged in income generation activities
  • Total compensation facilitated Rs. 2233851=00
  • 1442 written agreements done between labours, contractors and owners
  • 180 self help groups comprising of 2500 women formed who are engaged in saving and credit activities along with income generation activities
  • 2 labours help centers running to provide work security and wage security of the workers. A labours help line number issued to labors that is active from 10am to 5pm.
  • 5 Adolescent Education Centers running to provide soft skills along with entrepreneurship skills to adolescent boys and girls.
  • Health Awareness to brick kiln workers, like HIV / AIDS, diseases related to skin and eyes, asthma, TB, etc.
  • Gender issues