Prime Minister launches Shramev Jayte Scheme

Prime Minister launches Shramev Jayte Scheme
Wednesday, October 22, 2014
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Dear Fellow Members,

We would like to inform you that, on 16th October 2014 Hon'ble Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi launched Pandit Deendayal Upadhyay Shramev Jayete Scheme, uner which he dedicated a Shramev Jayte Scheme portal, Labour Inspection Scheme and Portability through Universal Account Number (UAN) for Employees Provident Fund (EPF) to the nation.

From his key note address at Vigyan Bhawan, we have marked  the following points, which are very heart touching and will change the attitude of the people of our nation towards the Shramik who worked hard in producing various products for the people of India.

Here are 10 key points from his address at Vigyan Bhawan:

1. Shramev Jayate should have the same power for the development of our nation as that of Satyamev Jayate

2. We have to see labour issues from the eyes of a Shramik. We cannot see it from the eyes of the industrialists.

3. When you use various products, think about the people who worked hard in getting it to you. It is faith of Honl. Prime Minister that,at present the person who labours or the Shram Yogi will become a Rashtra Yogi and a Rashtra Nirmata (Maker of the Nation).

4. If we want to Make in India a success, the most important part is to provide ease of business. For the same, we have to redefine e-governance as easy governance, effective governance and transparent governance.

5. Shramev Jayate will enable portability through Universal Account Number for EPF subscribers from the organised sector.

6. We have heard about Inspector Raj since our childhood and we thought it was for policemen only, till we realised its meaning, which is a lot more than that. We need to encourage self attestation, which will reflect how our country trusts its citizens.

7. We have enough manpower, but it doesn't mean anything if they are not skilled manpower. India must be a key player in providing skilled workforce to the world.

8. These initiatives taken for enhancing ease of compliance, increasing productivity and employability in the country are commendable and I congratulate the (Labour) Ministry and the team for this.

9. We need to change the way we look at the job market. We should not look down upon those who do not have white collar jobs. White collar jobs are considered good. But if a person wearing a coat and pant rings a bell we welcome that person, but what happens when that person is a poor person?

10. We have looked down upon ITIs and its students. We have taken a steps today to change this as they have great potential, and should not be ashamed to declare that they have been trained to work hard.

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Thanking you,
With regards, 

For Silvassa Industries & Manufacturers Association    

Narendra Trivedi 

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