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Concluding Session of 46th ILC

Concluding Session of 46th ILC


Press Information Bureau
Government Of India
Ministry of Labour & Employment

22-July, 2015

Concluding Session of 46th ILC

The 46th session of India Labour Conference concluded Yesterday at Vigyan Bhawan, New Delhi where the recommendations and conclusions were adopted on 5 chosen agenda items after the at length tripartite deliberations which lasted 2 days.

In his concluding remarks, the chairman of the ILC and Labour and Employment Minister of state (Independent Charge) , Shri Bandaru Dattatreya reiterated his Governments commitment to reform process with tripartite consensus to promote the employment generation at a massive scale particularly for the aspiring youth population of this country.

The consensus conclusions/recommendations on each of the agenda items are reproduced here:

Implementation of the conclusions/ recommendations of the 43rd, 44th and 45th Indian labour conference, particularly on contract labour, Minimum wages and scheme workers and tripartite mechanism Conclusions of the committee are as follows:-

The committee debated the recommendations of the 43rd, 44th and 45th Indian labour conference at length and expressed its concern over non-implementation of the conclusions, particularly on contract labour, Minimum wages, scheme workers and tripartism. It was therefore unanimously recommended that concrete measures should be undertaken to expeditiously implement the recommendations in letter and spirit. Periodic reviews should be undertaken by the stakeholders.

Child Care Leave (CCL) for west bengal school teachers/employees (Women) of educational institute

Child Care Leave (CCL) for west bengal school teachers/employees (Women) of educational institute


GOVERNMENT OF WEST BENGAL
Finance (Audit) Department
‘Nabanna’,
Howrah-711 102

No.5560-F(P)

Dated, the 17th July, 2015

MEMORANDUM

The matter regarding extension of benefit of the Child Care Leave for a maximum period of 2 (two) years i.e. 730 days to the regular female teaching and non-teaching employees of Government sponsored/Non-Govt. aided Schools, Boards, District Primary School Councils, School Service Commission as well as to the regular female employees of Panchayat Raj and other Local Bodies, Undertakings, Corporations, Statutory Bodies was under active consideration of the State Government.

Now after careful consideration, the Governor is hereby pleased to decide to extend the said benefit to the regular female employees of the educational institutions, establishments, organizations, entities etc. as mentioned above subject to the following conditions –

Demand of One Rank One Pension by paramilitary forces

Demand of One Rank One Pension by paramilitary forces


Press Information Bureau
Government Of India
Ministry of Home Affairs

22-July-2015

Demand of One Rank One Pension by paramilitary forces

There have been some requests demanding One Rank One Pension on the line of demand in Defence Forces. There is no proposal under consideration of the Ministry on the issue.

Proposals regarding granting of Para Military Service pay and enhancement of casual leave at par with Army have been received in this Ministry. The same have been referred to the 7th Central Pay Commission for consideration.

This was stated by the Minister of State for Home Affairs, Shri Kiren Rijiju in a written reply to a question by Smt. Rajani Patil and Shri A.K. Selvaraj in the Rajya Sabha today.

Source: PIB