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Providing social welfare to informal sector workersDUSHYANT KUMAR SINGH DUSHYANT KUMAR SINGH [email protected] (8057219497,8439842535) KM. DIVYANSHI KM. DIVYANSHI [email protected] (8923583038,9458545442) AJAY KUMAR SINGH AJAY KUMAR SINGH [email protected] (7376555196,8923864164) NEERAJ KUMAR PANDEY NEERAJ KUMAR PANDEY [email protected] (9807502997) HINA KHAN [email protected] (8923913281,8881650374)

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  • Providing social welfare to informal sector workers DUSHYANT KUMAR SINGH (8057219497,8439842535) DUSHYANT KUMAR SINGH [email protected] (8057219497,8439842535) KM. DIVYANSHI (8923583038,9458545442) KM. DIVYANSHI [email protected] (8923583038,9458545442) AJAY KUMAR SINGH (7376555196,8923864164) AJAY KUMAR SINGH [email protected] (7376555196,8923864164) NEERAJ KUMAR PANDEY (9807502997) NEERAJ KUMAR PANDEY [email protected] (9807502997) HINA KHAN [email protected] (8923913281,8881650374)
  • Unstable and less income. People are paid very less as compared to the work done by them. Income earned by the people in informal sector is unstable No job protection and lack of facilities. Informal sector do not guarantee job security . No jab allowances and remittances are provided. Informal sector also trap employees is menial job indefinably. Once people joining the informal sector , they are not allow to get into other jobs. No potential growth in informal sector No mental and economical growth of the employees Illiterate people remain as they are. Lets throw some light on the problems tackled by the People working in informal centre.. 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 2
  • workers in formal and informal sectors (in million) Category Agriculture Non- agriculture Total Formal 4.88 51.57 56.45 Informal 232.80 107.52 340.32 Total 237.67 159.09 396.76
  • Glimpse of proposed solution volunteer driven program Advantages over existing system Implementatio n in real life Extremely low cast and feasible training institute. The trainers will be retired executives. The employees will be totally government funded The concept of microloans will be made active for every informal job holder. initiatives by the government. The volunteers will impart training to the informal job holder everyday for two hours of their working time. They will be taught about their basic rights, technical knowledge about their job, techniques to improve the production, the legal facilities and the current income which they should get I their job. government will have to make policies such that the informal job holder do not get trapped. Proper utilization of retired human resource. Creation of job opportunities. Nationwide impact with low cost input. 4
  • 55 We will frame out a network of retired people Retired people Criteria for recruiting retired people Long and vast work experiences. prepared to work in voluntary environment. ample time to spare in the training activities. well-versed with industrial operations, fabrication, apparels. Should be proficient an English. Should have hands-on to the major computer applications such as MS-Word, Excel, PowerPoint etc. should qualify a small interwove conducted by a government body. Number of person to be recruited the number of person to be recruited for this project will be approximately 3045.
  • 6 working of the plan Practical working of the plan 1.Each and every industrial region f the country will be having a training institute which will be imparting people the knowledge about the job. A national committee and different state committees will be governing all the training centres. 4. The concept of verifiable credit history. 4. The concept of microloans : the extension of very small loan to impoverished borrowers who typically lack collateral, steady employment and a verifiable credit history. 5. The government should make such policies so that the informal job holders do not get trapped. they can resign from their job whenever they find a formal sector job. 3. Each training centre will be serviced by 10 lecturer, 6 computer expert ,6 lab technician(for workshop) and 10 other workers. 2. Each training centre will be equipped with 10 lector halls (each of capacity 200), 2 computer labs (with a collection of 200 computer each) and two industrial workshop.
  • 7 National committee 35-lecturers(one for each other) 35-computer experts (one for each state) 35-lab technicians a(one for each state) 35-managing workers(for committee) Network of executives in this plan State committee 5-lecturers 5-computer experts 5-lab technicians 10- managing workers To be continue
  • 90 training centres across the country 90 training centres across the country 900-lecturers(one for each centre) 540-computer expert (6 for each training centre) 540-lab technicians(6 for each training centre) 900-managing workers(10 for each training centre) TotaljobscreatedTotaljobscreated Lecturers Computers experts Lab technicians Managing workers The total jobs created through our plan are 3045 940 580 580 945
  • 9 The gross financial input is approximated to INR 52 cr TotalfundingTotalfunding required Payment to lecturers Payment to computer experts Payment to lab technicians Payment to managing workers Expenditure on centre maintenance INR 13 cr INR 13 cr INR 13 cr INR 5 cr INR 8 cr
  • 10 Appendix A report by national academy for training and research in social security New Delhi, India A presentation at centre for social development in Africa International symposium 24th and 25th may 2011