An Invitation to Discover & Prosper with Modern Madhya Pradesh

LifeStyle Business & Corporate Politics
Shopping Plus M.P. Tourism Travel
Career & Success Sports Mirror Appointments
Classifieds
METROPLUS Matrimonial
HOME ABOUT US JOIN US ADVERTISE WITH US CONTACT US YOUR SUGGESTIONS LOGOUT

rester
REGISTER HERE FOR EXCLUSIVE OFFERS & INVITATIONS TO OUR READERS

REGISTER YOURSELF
Register to participate in monthly draw of lucky Readers & Win exciting prizes.

EXCLUSIVE SUBSCRIPTION OFFER
Free 12 Print MAGAZINES with ONLINE+PRINT SUBSCRIPTION Rs. 300/- PerYear FREE EXCLUSIVE DESK ORGANISER for the first 1000 SUBSCRIBERS.

  Reader Relations
  Public Grievances
  Tourist guidance cell
  Student guidance cell
  Aashiyana
  Achievers
  Advertisers Index
  Advertising &Marketing
  Agriculture & Farmer
  ANNA'S PAGE
  Art & Culture
  Art Power
  Astroscope
  Automobiles Mirror
  Bhopal Map
  BHEL Mirror
  Beti Bachaoo Abhiyan
  Book Club
  Brainpower Club
  Brand Power
  Business Offers
  Bureaucracy Digest
  Calendar
  Campus Mirror
  City Guide
  City Scan
  Clubs/Associations
  Consumer Forum
  Consult Our Experts
  Contests/Quiz
  CELEBRITY CIRCLE
  Cover Story
  Delicacies
  Eating-out
  Editorial
  Entrepreneur
  Environment
  Executive Digest
  Fashion & Beauty
  Film & TV Mirror
  Financial Mirror
  For Employer's Only
  Government Affairs
  Handicrafts
  Health/Nutrition
  Human Rights
  India Digest
  Interview
  Investigation
  KNOWLEDGE FOR YOU
  Know Your Rights
  Landmark
  Legal Digest
  Law And Order
  Letters to the Editor
  List Of Web-sites
  Management
  Market Watch
  Media
  MediaCentre
  Meeting-point
  Metroscope
  Model Watch
  MP & CG Digest
  Newsmakers
  Our Guest
  Our Well-Wishers
  Partyevent
  Personalities
  Philosophy
  Photo Gallary
  Politics & Politicians
  Property Mirror
  Public Grievances
  Public Notices
  Public Opinion
  Public Relations
  Public Sector Digest
  Public Relation Council    of India
  Railways Digest
  Rajdhani
  Reader Relations    Initiatives
  Reviews
  Right To Information
  Sainik News
  School Mirror
  Shopping Guide
  SME Clinic
  Social Revolution
  Technology
  Tenders
  Tourist guidence cell
  Think Madhya Pradesh    Forum
  Walk In Interviews
  Women & Home
  World Digest
  Your letters
  Yellow Pages
  Vidhan Sabha
 
“Protection of the Rights of Workers in Unorganized Sector is the Need of the Hour”- Dr. P.J. Sudhakar, Addl. DG, PIB Bhopal
*********
Empowerment of Workers through Workers Education

Our Correspondent : 17 Sep 2014, Bhopal

Protection of the Rights of Workers in Unorganized Sector is the Need of the Hour. While addressing the National Workers Educational Day Celebrations at Regional Railway Welding Institute in Bhopal today, Dr. P.J. Sudhakar, Additional Director General, Press Information Bureau said that workers education will enable the empowerment of workers and workers participation in management. After inaugurating the seminar on “The Role of Workers Education in the Backdrop of Changing Economic Scenario”, Dr. Sudhakar said that workers safety and health is the top priority of the Government which was enshrined in the Indian Constitution in the Directive Principles of State Policy under Article 36 to 51. Workers are pillars of Indian Industry and contributing their best for enhancing productivity and economic development of the nation. The Indian Parliament has made several social security legislations like Workmen’s Compensation Act, 1923, Employees State Insurance Act 1930, The Maternity Benefit Act, 1961 and Payment of Gratuity Act 1972 etc for welfare of workers.
Speaking on the occasion Mr. Aseem Banerjee, Regional Director of Central Board for Workers Education, Bhopal said that out of targeted 304 workers educational programmes, the board has conducted 130 programmes mostly in the rural unorganized sector. He also said that 43 crores of labour force in India is working in the unorganized sector. He explained the initiatives taken by CBWE for promoting workers education. Participating in the seminar Bhartiya Majdoor Sangh Leader Mr. Gyan Prakash Tiwari said that large number of workers is working in the unorganized sector like implementation of MGNREGA. The Labour in the rural sector are facing several problems which are to be addressed on priority basis.
Speaking on the occasion, Mr. Viswalal. N, Deputy CME Coach Rehabilitation Workshop of West Central Railway said that Indian Railways are working for the welfare of workers.
Speaking on the concept of media and workers education, News Analyst Mr. Virendra said that media plays a vital role in spreading awareness about the workers’ rights and their protection. Dr. G.B. Bhalerao Educational Officer of CBWE of Bhopal explained the objectives of the seminar and Workers Educational Day Celebrations. Several Sarpanchs of Villages, representative of NGOs and Management of Central Public Sector Undertakings have participated in the seminar.




Dr. P.J. Sudhakar, Additional Director General, Press Information Bureau addressing a seminar on Role of Workers Education in the Backdrop of Changing Economic Scenario. Mr. Aseem Banerjee, Regional Director of Central Board for Workers Education, Bhopal, Bhartiya Majdoor Sangh Leader Mr. Gyan Prakash Tiwari, Mr. Viswalal. N, Deputy CME Coach Rehabilitation Workshop of West Central Railway were also seen.





 
Copyright © 2014, BrainPower Media India Pvt. Ltd.
All Rights Reserved
DISCLAIMER | TERMS OF USE