The Central Government has given a new look to the E-Shram Portal prepared for Un-Organized Workers. Along with this, the facilities available on the e-Shram Portal have been expanded. The government has made this change to benefit the families of unorganized sector workers. The Union Labor Ministry gave this information in an official statement on Monday.
These benefits to unorganized workers
It was told in the statement that the Union Minister for Labour, Employment, Environment, Forest and Climate Change, Bhupendra Yadav launched new facilities in the e-Shram Portal in the presence of Aarti Ahuja, Secretary, Ministry of Labor and Employment and other senior officials of the Ministry. Did. The new features added to the e-Shram Portal will enhance the utility of the portal and ease the registration of unorganized workers. E-Shram registered workers can now connect with employment opportunities, skills, apprenticeships, pension schemes, digital skills (skilling) and schemes of states through this portal.
Now this facility started on the portal
The facility to enter the details of the family of migrant workers has also been added to this e-labour portal. This facility will help in providing child education and women centric schemes for migrant workers who have migrated with their families. Also new facility has been added regarding sharing of data of registration construction workers on e-Shram Portal with concerned Building and Other Construction Workers (BOCW) Welfare Board, so that e-Labour construction workers can be registered with concerned BOCW Board. Registration should be ensured and they can get access to schemes of their own means.
Launch of Data Sharing Portal
Minister Bhupendra Yadav also formally launched the Data Sharing Portal (DSP) for sharing e-labour data with the State/UT Governments. The Ministry has initiated data mapping for various schemes with e-Shram data to identify workers who have registered for e-Shram, who have not yet received the benefits of these schemes. The data is also being shared with the States/UTs. On the basis of this data, the States/UTs can identify those unorganized workers who have not yet received the benefits of various social welfare/security schemes and they can be given the benefits of these schemes on priority basis.
so many registrations on the portal
The Ministry of Labor and Employment is continuously working for the welfare of the workers in the country. As part of these efforts, the Ministry had launched the e-Labour Portal on 26 August 2021, to create a comprehensive national database of unorganized workers, linked to Aadhaar. As on 21 April 2023, more than 28.87 crore unorganized workers have registered on the e-labor portal.
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