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Name of Chapter 01. 02. 03. 04. 05. 06. 07. 08. 09. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. Highlights of Important Activities Organisational Structure & Functions Industrial Relations Central Industrial Relations Machinery (CIRM) Productivity Wages Social Security Labour Welfare Unorganised Worker Bonded Labour Contract Labour Women & Work Children & Work Occupational Safety & Health Workers Education Plan & Non-plan Programmes Welfare of Scheduled Castes & Scheduled Tribes Labour Statistics Labour Research & Training Information Technology Initiatives / e-governance Vigilance & Redressal of Public Grievances International Cooperation Directorate General of Employment & Training Upgradation of 500 ITIs National Employment Service Employment Assistance To Special Categories Research & Training In Employment Service Craftsmen Training Scheme (CTS) Apprenticeship Training Scheme Advanced Training for Women, Instructors, Industrial Manpower, Foremen, Supervisors and Development of Instructional Media Packages Through Central Institutes Information Technology Initiatives in National Employment Service & National Vocational Training System Plan Programmes of DGE&T Internal Work Study Unit (IWSU) of DGE&T Gender Budgeting New Initiatives Page No. 1-22 23-28 29-38 39-43 45-51 53-62 63-66 67-70 71-73 75-76 77-81 83-92 93-117 119-130 131-134 135-137 139-155 157-163 165-165 167-172 173-186 187-196 197-222 223-227 229-233 235-236 237-251 253-269 271-278 279-279 281-281 283-285 287-288 289-289

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Current Rate 5% 10%

Previous Rate 17% 22%

15%

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Year 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11

Applications Received 37 399 606 733 832 803 (as on 30.12.2010)

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Box 1.1 LIST OF CENTRAL ACTS Sl.No. 01. 02. 03. 04. 05. 06. 07. 08. 09. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. Name of the Act The Employees State Insurance Act, 1948 The Employees Provident Fund and Miscellaneous Provisions Act, 1952 The Dock Workers (Safety, Health and Welfare) Act, 1986 The Mines Act, 1952 The Iron Ore Mines, Manganese Ore Mines and Chrome Ore Mines Labour Welfare (Cess) Act, 1976 The Iron Ore Mines, Manganese Ore Mines and Chrome Ore Mines Labor Welfare Fund Act, 1976 The Mica Mines Labour Welfare Fund Act, 1946 The Beedi Workers Welfare Cess Act, 1976 The Limestone and Dolomite Mines Labour Welfare Fund Act, 1972 The Cine Workers Welfare (Cess) Act, 1981 The Beedi Workers Welfare Fund Act, 1976 The Cine Workers Welfare Fund Act, 1981 The Child Labour (Prohibition and Regulation) Act, 1986. The Building and Other Constructions Workers (Regulation of Employment and Conditions of Service) Act, 1996. The Contract Labour (Regulation and Abolition) Act, 1970. The Equal Remuneration Act, 1976. The Industrial Disputes Act, 1947. The Industrial Employment (Standing Orders) Act, 1946. The Inter-State Migrant Workmen (Regulation of Employment and Conditions of Service) Act, 1979. The Labour Laws (Exemption from Furnishing Returns and Maintaining Registers by Certain Establishments) Act, 1988 The Maternity Benefit Act, 1961 The Minimum Wages Act, 1948 The Payment of Bonus Act, 1965 The Payment of Gratuity Act, 1972 The Payment of Wages Act, 1936 The Cine Workers and Cinema Theatre Workers (Regulation of Employment) Act, 1981 The Building and Other Construction Workers Cess Act, 1996 The Apprentices Act, 1961 The Factories Act, 1948 The Motor Transport Act, 1961 The Personal Injuries (Compensation Insurance) Act, 1963 The Personal Injuries (Emergency Provisions) Act, 1962 The Plantation Labour Act, 1951 The Sales Promotion Employees (Conditions of Service) Act, 1976 The Trade Unions Act, 1926 The Weekly Holidays Act, 1942 The Working Journalists and Other Newspapers Employees (Conditions of Service) and Miscellaneous Provisions Act, 1955 The Childrens (Pledging of Labour) Act, 1938 The Workmens Compensation Act, 1923 The Employment Exchange (Compulsory Notification of Vacancies) Act, 1959 The Bonded Labour System (Abolition) Act, 1976 The Beedi and Cigar Workers (Conditions of Employment) Act, 1966 The Employees Liability Act, 1938 The Unorganized Workers Social Security Act, 2008

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Box 2.1 LABOUR JURISDICTION: CONSTITUTIONAL STATUS Union List Entry No.55 Regulation of labour and safety in mines and oil fields. Entry No.61 Industrial disputes concerning Union employees. Entry No.65 Union agencies and institutions for vocational training Concurrent List Entry No.22 Trade Unions; industrial and labour disputes.

Organisational Structure & Functions

Entry No.23 Social security and social insurance; employment and unemployment.

Entry No.24 Welfare of labour including conditions of work, provident funds, employers' liability, workmen's compensation, invalidity and old age pensions and maternity benefit

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Industrial Relations Central Industrial Relations Machinery (CIRM)

FUNCTIONS OF CIRM

Details of the Industrial Disputes handled by CIRM


No. of Disputes received by CIRM* No. of Disputes which were considered unfit for intervention by CIRM No. of Disputes which were settled without holding formal Conciliation Proceedings (CP) No. of Disputes in which formal CP were held No. of Disputes in which CP led to the settlement of Disputes No. of Disputes in which CP ended in failure No. of Disputes Pending with the CIRM on the close of the year

8620

1807

3322

1429

1893

3491

* including brought forward from the previous year

STATEMENT SHOWING NUMBER OF INSPECTIONS ETC. UNDER VARIOUS LABOUR LAWS FOR THE YEAR 2009-10

Number of Inspections
50979*

Number of Irregularities Detected* 771735 Rectified

Number of Prosecutions launched

Number of Convictions

419732

13283

7496

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Nature of Quasi Judicial Work

Cases/ Cases/ Applications Applications/ / Claims Claims B/F from received previous year during the year
7823 3744

Total

Cases/ Applications/ Claims disposed off


5174

Amount Awarded (in Rupees)

Gratuity Applications under the Payment of Gratuity Act, 1972 (2009-10) 2010-11 (upto 30.09.2010) Gratuity Appeals by RLCs under the Payment of Gratuity Act, 1972 (2009-10) 2010-11 (upto 30.09.2010) Claim applications by RLCs(C) under the Minimum Wages Act, 1948(2009-10)

11567

288770325

3977 608

1607 1307

5684 295

2387 1352

155467351 19057612

418 2556

486 2468

931 5024

497 2205

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2010-11 (upto 30.09.2010) Applications for certification/modification of Standing Orders by RLCs(C) (2009-10)

2589 39

1569 23

4158 62

1345 21

111712308 --

2010-11 (upto 30.09.2010) Cases under BOCW Act (2009-10) 2010-11 (upto 30.09.2010)

40 1396

18 533

58 1929

18 453

-992000

1476

703

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316

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Closures and workers affected during 2005-2010(P) (both in Central and State spheres)

Year
2005 2006 2007 2008(P) 2009(P) 2010(P)

Closures
86 168 91 58 64 32

Workers affected
4895 7189 3894 4552 2088 1195

source : Labour Bureau, Shimla

Mandays lost due to Strikes and Lockouts during 2005-2010(P)


Year 2005 2006 2007 2008(P) 2009(P) 2010(P) Mandays 29664999 20324378 27166752 17432965 9169037 1699826 Layoffs and workers affected during 2005-2010(P) (both in Central and State spheres)
YEAR 2005 2006 2007 2008(P) 2009(P) 2010(P) LAY-OFFS 104 50 43 52 48 13 WORKERS AFFECTED 12255 8299 6992 14515 14357 723

source : Labour Bureau, Shimla

source : Labour Bureau, Shimla

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Retrenchment and workers affected during 2005-2010(P) (both in Central and State spheres) YEAR 2005 2006 2007 2008(P) 2009(P) 2010(P) RETRENCHMENT 35 24 23 19 17 7 WORKERS AFFECTED 2184 884 264 1748 2231 347

source : Labour Bureau, Shimla

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Name of Awards Shram Ratna Shram Bhushan Shram Vir/Shram Veerangana Shram Shree/Shram Devi Total

Amount of Cash Prize ( in Rupees) 2,00,000 1,00,000 60,000 40,000

Number of Awards 1 4 12 16 33

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Table 4.1 Labour Productivity Growth (%) for the year 1998-2007 [ Growth in real GDP per person Employed {GDP at a constant prices (Billions US Dollars using the 2005 PPPs) /Total Employment (Thousands)}] S.No. Countries /Year
01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 Bangladesh/Year ROC Fiji India Indonesia Iran Japan Korea Malaysia Mongolia Nepal Pakistan Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Vietnam

1998
4.00 3.26 1.04 3.67 -13.78 1.55 -0.74 -0.87 -7.66 1.10 0.43 -2.34 -1.74 -4.07 -2.81 -5.71 3.49

1999
3.65 4.68 8.56 4.30 -0.47 0.44 1.30 7.63 3.31 2.31 2.10 1.37 0.87 7.44 3.64 2.47 2.60

2000
4.66 4.72 -1.91 0.09 3.77 1.09 3.51 4.10 3.84 1.87 4.23 5.57 10.91 0.01 2.26 2.60 2.14

2001
0.96 -1.13 1.58 4.07 2.59 2.10 0.94 1.56 -0.40 0.23 -3.21 -0.18 -6.09 0.89 -0.22 -0.27 4.27

2002
0.05 3.60 2.79 1.14 3.58 2.35 1.98 4.11 3.34 -0.10 1.76 -0.69 3.97 6.20 -0.30 2.30 4.51

2003
0.97 2.09 0.23 5.48 3.47 4.48 1.75 2.88 2.32 0.58 2.28 2.74 0.75 4.42 4.64 4.69 4.55

2004
4.02 3.98 5.08 5.60 4.02 -0.72 2.49 2.93 5.67 7.99 -2.73 2.84 2.23 7.84 3.92 3.66 5.22

2005
3.71 2.60 0.24 6.53 5.47 1.60 1.58 2.63 4.68 5.24 4.81 5.21 4.05 -0.31 4.73 3.05 6.09

2006
4.39 3.09 3.07 6.63 3.87 3.19 1.53 3.88 3.51 4.03 0.84 -2.22 4.07 4.17 3.17 4.00 6.24

2007
4.25 3.86 -7.88 7.26 1.59 2.45 1.99 3.84 3.59 8.85 2.60 4.15 7.30 -2.93 7.80 3.35 6.42

Benchmark Countries 1 2 3 China US EU15 6.59 2.02 1.20 6.48 2.70 1.27 7.39 2.09 1.66 6.91 1.29 0.54 8.02 2.67 0.51 9.00 2.66 0.72 8.96 2.42 1.52 9.52 5.20 0.82 10.76 -2.27 1.43 11.04 1.22 1.15

Source: Estimated from APO Productivity Data Book 2010

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Table 4.2 Labour Productivity Asian countries, 2009 Sl. No. Name of Country the Gross Domestic Product (at Purchasing Power Parity) Per Person Employed Per Hour (in US$) 5.51 37.08 3.77 4.16 33.00 24.79 17.23 4.43 37.44 6.52 Benchmark Country 01. 02. 03. 04. USA Germany Australia United Kingdom 53.25 38.54 44.44 40.56 6.19 -4.43 2.02 2.86 Percentage Change of the real GDP per person employed pr hour, US$

01. 02. 03. 04. 05. 06. 07. 08. 09. 10

China-Mainland Hong Kong India Indonesia Japan Korea Malaysia Philippines Singapore Thailand

14.65 0.05 9.05 -0.24 -13.38 0.20 2.01 3.97 -0.45 -5.66

Source: World Competitive Yearbook 2010, Institute of Management & Development. Lausanne, Switzerland (National Productivity Council is the Partner from India)

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Wages

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Year of Amendment

1. 2. 3. 4.

1965 1985 1995 2007

Eligibility limit (Rupees Per Month) 1,600 2,500 3,500 10,000

Calculation ceiling (Rupees Per Month) 750 1,600 2,500 3,500

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Table 5.1 RANGE OF MINIMUM WAGES FOR UNSKILLED WORKERS IN DIFFERENT STATES / UNION TERRITORIES. States/Union Territories Range of Minimum Wage for Unskilled Workers (In Rupees per day) Central Sphere* State Sphere 146.00-234.00 69.00-249.00 80.00 58.50 - 100.00 109.12-119.00 100.00-134.15 150.00-157.00 100.00 - 162.80 167.23 110.00 110.00 111.00 72.94-168.42 100.00- 372.10 110.00-158.24 90.65-248.15 81.40 100.00 132.00 80.00 90.00 136.69 81.00 - 112.42 100.00 81.91-203.78 65.77-130.00 100.00 - 159.98 91.98-183.00 96.00-156.35 156.00 - 186.00 170.44 130.40 126.40 203.00 147.40 100 - 205.00

Andhra Pradesh* 1 Arunachal Pradesh 2 Assam* 3 Bihar* 4 Chhattisgarh* 5 Goa 6 Gujarat* 7 Haryana* 8 Himachal Pradesh 9 Jammu & Kashmir 10 Jharkhand* 11 Karnataka* 12 Kerala* 13 Madhya Pradesh* 14 Maharashtra* 15 Manipur* 16 Meghalaya* 17 Mizoram 18 Nagaland 19 Orissa* 20 Punjab* 21 Rajasthan* 22 Sikkim 23 Tamil Nadu* 24 Tripura* 25 Uttar Pradesh* 26 Uttarakhand* 27 West Bengal* 28 A & N Islands 29 Chandigarh* 30 Dadra & Nagar Haveli* 31 Daman & Diu* 32 Delhi* 33 Lakshadweep* 34 Puducherry 35 * The system of VDA is in vogue.

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Enforcement of Provisions of Wage Laws by Central Industrial Relations Machinery (CIRM) during 2009-10.
Sl.No Name of the Act Number of Inspections done Irregularities Rectified Prosecutions Launched Convictions Obtained Claims filed

The Payment of Wages Act,1936 i) Mines ii) iii) Railways Air Transport The Minimum Wages Act,1948

3477 1229 241 15951

39745 9217 1284 173225

921 4 24 5599

442 0 16 3340

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Irregularities Inspections Detected Rectified made 3 14720 4 147815 5 153373 Claims Prosecution cases Amount of Fine(Rs. 000) Amount of Filed Settled Pending Filed Decided Compensation Imposed Recovered Awarded (Rs.000) 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 2015 2236 199721 4382 3591 8017 127 Nil Nil 57 2 8843 Ni l 5 1068 7 3 Nil Nil Nil Nil 176 Nil 57 70911 35 15485 218923 5438 8750 2012 115295 2305 2310 1685 76497 13555 32146 6708 57994 985 275 Nil 25 22357 15063 9797 8445 79798 1746 3653 53581 13749 168 248 30 397 10894 13952 7 7207 46465 2127 5627 5866 90145 793 1363 560 8686 10027 67780 1224 62106 Nil Nil Nil Nil 16944 1160 325 520 37 1158 26805 5237 672 145 8 220 10234 Nil 5699 43267 770 5073 328 85003 793 867 53 8371 8523 23139 1579 43868 Nil Nil Nil Nil 10301 1031 93 324 37 585 1324 3941 672 7 8 195 18504 22337 2 Nil 92 66 19289 13080 93 125 248 52 6 10 26 2 329 286 21 101 1219 1437 1313 968 137 117 228 255 16 Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil 75 Nil 64 142 428 284 683 625 Nil Nil 112 93 5563 5143 Nil Nil 9 31 Nil Nil 827 Nil 24 1374 10107 1475 56 46092 1123 257 417 787 926 497 1960 4725 Nil Nil Nil Nil 10026 5196 828 4323 Nil 167 7809 716 Nil 724 2 451 Nil 44 136 1361 657 11 3765 282 210 213 16 1116 1191 290 375 Nil Nil Nil Nil 463 355 79 661 Nil 401 2147 253 Nil 2 418 Nil 33 14 337 267 25 3597 188 Nil 82 39 415 998 273 303 Nil Nil Nil Nil 111 411 69 286 Nil 281 4579 40 Nil 25 2 61004 Nil 128 11447 2087 497 17780 Nil 7387 10829 5045 8514 Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil 384 12238 20663 Nil 2038 1398000 Nil Nil 136 Nil Nil 2979 8964 158 21 8843 1366 135 0.182 6 1372 1068 179 267 Nil Nil Nil Nil 23 195 30 223 Nil 57 509 28 Nil Nil

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2 Central Sphere State Sphere Andhra Pradesh Arunachal Pradesh* Assam Bihar Chhattisgarh* Delhi Goa* Gujarat Haryana Himachal Pradesh Jammu & Kashmir Jharkhand* Karnataka Kerala Madhya Pradesh Maharashtra Manipur Meghalaya Mizoram Nagaland Orissa Punjab Rajasthan Sikkim Tamil Nadu Tripura Uttarakhand Uttar Pradesh West Bengal Andaman & Nicobar Islands* Chandigarh Dadra & Nagar Haveli Daman & Diu Lakshadweep Puducherry

Nil Nil

* Relates to the Calendar Year i.e. 2008

Table 5.3 (b)


Irregularities Inspections Detected Rectified made Amount of Fine(Rs. 000) Claims Prosecution cases Amount of Filed Settled Pending Filed Decided Compensation Imposed Recovered Awarded (Rs.000) 6 2724 7 2046 8 51512 9 5599 10 3415 11 9801 12 2342 13 10 Nil Nil 371 165 5792 1481 52 38 Nil Nil Nil Nil 42 Nil 57

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2 Central Sphere# State Sphere Andhra Pradesh Arunachal Pradesh* Assam Bihar Chhattisgarh* Delhi Goa* Gujarat Haryana Himachal Pradesh Jammu & Kashmir Jharkhand Karnataka Kerala Madhya Pradesh Maharashtra Manipur Meghalaya Mizoram Nagaland Orissa Punjab Rajasthan Sikkim Tamil Nadu Tripura Uttarakhand Uttar Pradesh West Bengal Andaman & Nicobar Islands Chandigarh Dadra & Nagar Haveli Daman & Diu* Lakshadweep Puducherry # Provisional 65115 29 8683 241509 6522 5522 971 19462 1612 3043 1981 39162 21168 32786 6681 50537 1284 238 Nil 30 20751 14624 8577 8250 152084 19444 3398 38683 8695 48 375 21 395 7010 7368 Nil 5589 49925 1076 5359 7003 81374 316 3043 120 13206 21168 68861 2307 55774 8 Nil Nil Nil 16786 2818 146 3597 Nil 1007 13247 2980 240 77 4 185 4461 Nil 3659 48258 633 4365 98 54209 316 2947 4788 2186 24274 2724 41074 8 Nil Nil Nil 9999 2209 88 2 Nil 328 1081 1896 240 56 4 185 8504 7723 Nil Nil 80 71 25596 14361 156 231 263 132 2 9 0 0 231 175 11 10 2 1 18252 728 1480 1855 307 109 233 205 5 1 Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil 97 1 250 142 348 193 950 737 Nil Nil 153 133 4573 5361 Nil Nil 26 21 1 1 Nil Nil 356 Nil 18 1296 11721 N.A 17 46383 1126 9 548 669 2028 690 3218 1808 Nil Nil Nil Nil 10700 4996 838 2557 88 286 5377 1026 Nil 2 1 720 Nil 8 275 1094 876 9 3514 217 6 269 26 1443 1567 1049 230 Nil Nil Nil Nil 681 335 45 163 Nil 342 1224 275 Nil 21 1 Nil 186 Nil 3 4 375 87 3 4987 214 131 168 1 944 1384 501 172 Nil Nil Nil Nil 7 211 43 107 Nil 210 1300 83 Nil 27 1 3571 Nil 1018 10704 25 7385 Nil 13566 6602 168 2327 13994 2412 524 8459 Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil 130 7339 19518 Nil 913 1864000 Nil 29 9 Nil 67 Nil Nil 2218 120 165 12 5792 79 86 0.624 1 1270 1481 227 148 Nil Nil Nil Nil 2 143 23 92 230 57 304 43 Nil 11 0.5

Nil 0.5

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State Andhra Pradesh Assam Jharkhand Jharkhand Karnataka Kerala Kerala Kerala Kerala Orissa Punjab Rajasthan Uttar Pradesh Bihar Gujarat Gujarat Jammu NCT Delhi NCT Delhi NCT Delhi NCT Delhi West Bengal Tamil Nadu Madhya Pradesh Chandigarh UT Mumbai Jharkhand

Place Nacharam, Hyderabad Beltola Ranchi Adityapur Rajajinagar, Bangalore Asramam, Kollam Ezhukone Peripally Udyogmandal Rourkela Ludhiana Jaipur Noida Phulwarisharif Bapu Nagar, Ahmedabad Naroda Bari Brahmna Basaidarapur (ODC cum Model Hospital) Rohini Jhilmil Okhla Joka, Kolkata (ODC cum Model Hospital) KK Nagar, Chennai (ODC cum Model Hospital) Nanda Nagar, Indore (ODC cum Model Hospital) Chandigarh Andheri (ODC cum Model Hospital) Adityapur

ESI Medical Infrastructure (As on 31.03.2010) ESI Hospitals (Numbers) 144 ESI Annexes (Numbers) 42 Beds available in ESI Hospitals 22,030 (Numbers) Reserve Beds in State 2,803 Government Hospitals Insurance Medical Officers 7,301 ESI Dispensaries/ISM Units 1402+84 Panel Clinics 1540

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Monthly Benefits

Pension

4.20 lakh 31.13 lakh

Life Assurance Benefit Retirement-cumwithdrawal benefit Refunds TOTAL

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Financial

2008-09 2009-10 2010-11

Number of Houses sanctioned for which subsidy released 23,398 30,009 12,711

Expenditure (Rupees in Crore)

71.00 59.3426 25.43(upto August,10)

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Table 7.1 WELFARE COMMISSIONERS AND THEIR JURISDICTION Sl. No. 01 Name of Region States Covered

Welfare Commissioner, Allahabad

Uttar Pradesh, Himachal Pradesh, Punjab, Jammu & Kashmir and Uttaranchal Karnataka & Kerala Gujarat, Rajasthan & Haryana Orissa West Bengal, Meghalaya Assam, Tripura &

02 03 04 05

Welfare Commissioner, Bangalore Welfare Commissioner, Ajmer Welfare Commissioner, Bhubaneswar Welfare Commissioner, Kolkata

06 07 08 09

Welfare Commissioner, Hyderabad Welfare Commissioner, Jabalpur Welfare Commissioner, Karma Welfare Commissioner, Nagpur

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Table 7.2 WELFARE FUNDS COLLECTION AND EXPENDITURE (Rupees in thousands) 2009-10 2010-11 (Upto Sept., 2010)

Beedi Workers Welfare Fund Utilization of Welfare Fund Cess Collection Expenditure Health Housing Education Recreation 2610900 1682300 619604 595391 1311750 2143 661203 680000 (P) 347040 111390 162286 656

Limestone & Dolomite Mines Labour Welfare Fund Utilization of Welfare Fund Cess Collection Expenditure Health Housing Education Recreation 126200 61900 67809 7927 15238 7310 39504 29800 (P) 30167 2173 219 2981

Iron Ore, Manganese Ore & Chrome Ore Mines Labour Welfare Fund Utilization of Welfare Fund Cess Collection Expenditure Health Housing Education Recreation 133700 107800 74935 3588 32308 1315 57020 38976 (P) 32239 5789 4128 821

Mica Mines Labour Welfare Fund Utilization of Welfare Fund Cess Collection Expenditure Health Education Recreation 20100 35000 10247 4749 611 Cine Workers Welfare Fund Utilization of Welfare Fund Cess Collection Expenditure Health Education (P): Provisional. 18200 12900 13711 4173 6397 6329 (P) 5601 660 10426 13624 (P) 5396 2643 302

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Table 9.1 Number of bonded labourers identified , released and rehabilitated under the Centrally Sponsor Plan Scheme upto 31.03.2010 Name of the Number of Bonded Labourers State Identified and Rehabilitated Central assistance Governments Released provided (Rupees in Lakh)
Andhra Pradesh 37,988 31,534 850.00 Arunachal Pradesh 3,526 2,992 568.48 Bihar 14,615 13,797 476.48 Chhattisgarh 124 124 12.40 Gujarat 64 64 1.01 Haryana 591 89 4.93 Jharkhand 196 196 19.60 Karnataka 63,437 57,185 1578.18 Kerala 823 710 15.56 Madhya Pradesh 13,317 12.392 164.49 Maharashtra 1,404 1.325 15.52 Orissa 50,029 46,9001 903.34 Punjab 69 69 6.90 Rajasthan 7,488 6,331 72.42 Tamil Nadu 65,573 65,573 1661.94 Uttar Pradesh 28,946 28,946 643.30 Uttrakhand 5 5 0.50 West Bengal 267 267 20.41 Total 2,88,462* 2,68,500 7,015.46 Note: 19962 Bonded Labourers are not available for rehab ilitation . Either they have died or left the place without leaving their addresses.
Rehabilitation grants equal to Rs.7015.46 lakh has also been provided by the State Governments as States Share for rehabilitation of bonded labour. In the case of Arunachal Pradesh, 100% central assistance amounting to Rs.568.48 lakh has been provided by the Ministry of Labour & Employment. In the case of North-East regions and Sikkim, 100% Central Grants (without m atching States share) are provided for rehabilitation of bonded labour.

Year 1997-1998 1998-1999 1999-2000 2000-2001 2001-2002 2002-2003 2003-2004 2004-2005 2005-2006 2006-2007 2007-2008 2008-2009 2009-2010 2010-11(upto 30.09.2010)

Incidence reported

of

Bonded

Table 9.2 Labour 6000 5960 8195 5256 3929 2198 2465 866 397 197 716 543 364 763

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Table 10.1

ENFORCEMENT OF CONTRACT LABOUR (REGULATION AND ABOLITION) ACT, 1970


Sl. No. 1. Item 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 (P) Number of Registration issued to 819 930 796

Certificates

principal employers. 2. Number of Licenses issued to contractors 3. Number conducted. 4. Number detected. 5. Number launched. 6. Number of convictions. 1228 733 2318 of prosecutions 3675 3573 5181 of Irregularities 104401 94162 94832 of
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9587

10389

10962

Inspections

6843

6925

9428

7.

Number labourers licenses.

of

contract 1313742 by

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Number

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revoked / cancelled. 9. Number of registration 14 35 23

certificates revoked.

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Women & Work

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Box 11.1
EMPLOYMENT OF WOMEN PROTECTIVE LEGAL PROVISIONS Name of the Enactment The Beedi & Cigar Workers(Conditions of Employment) Act,1966 Protective Provisions Provision of crches for the benefit of women workers in the industrial premises wherein more than fifty female employees are ordinarily employed.

The Plantation Act,1951 Labour

Provision of crches in every plantation wherein fifty or more women workers (including women workers employed by any contractor) are employed or where the number of children of women workers (including women workers employed by any contractor) is twenty or more. Women workers are provided time off for feeding children. Provision of crches where twenty or more women are ordinarily employed as contract labour. Female contract labour to be employed by any contractor between 6.00 AM to & 7.00 PM with the exception of mid-wives and nurses in hospitals and dispensaries.
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The Inter State Migrant establishments Workmen (Regulation of Employment & Conditions of Service) Act,1979 The Factories Act,1948

Provision of crches for the benefit of women workers in wherein twenty or more women are ordinarily employed as migrant workers and in which employment of migrant workers is likely to continue for three months or more. Provision of crches in every factory wherein more than thirty women workers are ordinarily employed. Employment of women in factory is prohibited except between the hours of 6.00 A.M. to 7.00 P.M. However, in exceptional circumstances, employment of women is permitted upto 10.00 P.M. Employment of women is also prohibited in certain factories involving dangerous manufacturing process or operations Employment in mines below ground prohibited and in any mine above ground except between the hours of 6 am and 7 pm however no employment of women between 10 pm and 5 am is permitted. Further, women employed aboveground shall have rest period not less then eleven hours. Provision of separate toilets and washing facilities for women workers. Maternity benefits to be provided on completion of 80 days working. Not required to work during six weeks immediately following the day of delivery or miscarriage. No work arduous nature, long hours of standing likely to interfere with pregnancy/normal development of fetus or which may cause miscarriage or is likely to affect health to be given for a period of six months immediately preceding the period of one week before delivery. On medical certificate, advan ce maternity benefit to be allowed. Rs.250/- as Medical bonus to be given when no prenatal confinement and post natal care is provided free of charge. Payment of equal remuneration to men and women workers for same or similar nature of work protected under the Act. No discrimination is permissible in recruitment and service conditions except where employment of women is prohibited or restricted by or under any law.

The Mines Act,1952

The Maternity Act,1961

Benefit

The Equal Act,1976

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The Employees State Insurance (General) Regulation,1950

Claim for maternity benefit becomes due on the date medical certificate is issued for miscarriage, sickness arising out of pregnancy, confinement or premature birth of child.

The Beedi Workers Welfare Fund Act,1976 The Iron Or Mines, Manganese Or Mines and Chrome Or Mines Labour Welfare Fund Act,1976 The Lime Stone and Dolomite Mines Labour Welfare Fund Act,1972 The Mica Mines Labour Welfare Fund Act,1946 The Building and Other Construction Workers (Regulation of Employment and Conditions of Service) Act,1996 The Industrial Employment (Standing Orders) Act,1946

Claim for maternity benefit becomes due on (General Regulation 1950) the date medical certificate issued for miscarriage, sickness arising out of pregnancy, confinement or premature birth of child. Appointment of women member in the Advisory and Central Advisory Committee is mandatory under these Acts.

Representation of a women member on Building and other Construction Worker Welfare Boards. Provisions for maternity benefit to female beneficiaries of the Welfare Fund. Provision for crches where more than 50 female construction workers are ordinarily employed. Provision regarding safeguards against sexual harassment of women workers at their work places.

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Table 12.1
CONSOLIDATED LIST OF DISTRICTS IN WHICH SPECIAL SCH OOLS ARE IN OPERATION UNDER THE NCLP SCHEME S.No. Name of States 1. Andhra Pradesh Number of Districts 23 Name of the Districts Ananatapur, Chittor, Cuddapah, East Godavari, Guntur, Hyderabad, Karimnagar, Kurnool, Medak, Nalgonda, Khammam, Nellore, Nizamabad, Prakasam, Rangareddy, Srikakulam, Vizianagaram, Vishakhapatnam, Warangal, West Godavari, Mehbubnagar, Adilabad and Krishna Nagaon, Kamrup and Lakhimpur Nalanda, Saharsa, Jamui, Katihar, Araria, Gaya, East Champaran, West Champaran, Madhepura, Patna, Supaul, Samastipur, Madhubani, Darbhanga, Muzaffarpur, Nawada, Khagaria, Sitamarhi, Kishanganj, Begusarai, Banka, Saran, Purnia and Bhagalpur Durg, Bilaspur, Rajnandgaon, Surguja, Raigarh, Dantewada, Raipur and Korba Surat, Panchmahals, Bhuj, Banas Kantha, Dahod, Vadodara, Bhavnagar, Ahmedabad and Rajkot Gurgaon, Faridabad and Panipat Jammu, Srinagar and Udhampur Garwah, Sahibganj, Dumka, Pakur, West Singhbhum (Chaibasa), Gumla, Palamu, Ranchi and Hazaribagh Bijapur, Raichur, Dharwad, Bangalore Rural, Bangalore Urban, Belgaum, Koppal, Tumkur, Devangere, Haveri, Mysore, Bagalkot, Chitradurga, Gulbarga, Bellary, Kolar and Mandya. Mandsaur, Gwalior, Ujjain, Barwani, Rewa, Dhar, East Nimar(Khandwa), Rajgarh, Chhindwara, Shivpuri, Sidhi, Guna, Betul, Shajapur, Ratlam, West Nimar(khargon), Jhabua, Damoh, Sagar, Jabalpur, Satna and Katni

2. 3.

Assam Bihar

3 24

4. 5.

Chhattisgarh Gujarat

8 9

6. 7. 8.

Haryana Jammu & Kashmir Jharkhand

3 3 9

9.

Karnataka

17

10.

Madhya Pradesh

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Solapur, Thane, Pune, Ahmadnagar, Sangli, Kolhapur, Jalgaon, Nandurbar, Nanded, Nasik, Yavatmal, Dhule, Beed, Amravati, Jalna, Aurangabad, Gondia and Mumbai Suburban.

12. 13 14.

Mizoram Nagaland Orissa

1 1 18

15. 16.

Punjab Rajasthan

3 23

17.

Tamil Nadu

18

Lawngtalai Dimapur Angul, Balasore, Bargarh, Bolangir, Cuttack, Deogarh, Gajapati (Udayagiri), Ganjam, Jharsuguda, Kalahandi, Koraput, Malkangiri, Mayurbhanj, Nabarangpur, Nuapada, Rayagada, Sambalpur and Sonepur Jalandhar, Ludhiana and Amritsar Jaipur, Udaipur, Tonk, Jodhpur, Ajmer, Alwar, Jalor, Churu, Nagaur, Chittaurgarh, Banswara, Dhaulpur, Sikar, Dungarpur, Bharatpur, Bikaner, Jhunjhunu, Bundi, Jhalawar, Pali, Bhilwara, Ganganagar and Barmer. Chidambaranar (Tuticorin), Coimbatore, Dharmapuri, Vellore, Pudukkottai, Salem, Tiruchirapallli, Tirunelveli, Krishnagiri, Chennai, Erode, Dindigul, Theni. Kanchipuram, Thiruvannamallai, Tiruvallur, Nammakkal and Virudhunagar Varanasi, Mirzapur, Bhadohi, Bulandshahar, Saharanpur, Azamgarh, Bijnour, Gonda, Kheri, Bahraich, Balrampur, Hardoi, Barabanki, Sitapur, Faizabad, Badaun, Gorakhpur, Kushinagar, Kannuaj, Shajahanpur, Rae Bareli, Unnao, Sultanpur, Fatehpur, Shravasti, Pratapgarh, Basti, Sonebhadra, Mau, Kaushambi, Banda, Ghaziabad, Jaunpur, Rampur, Bareilly, Lucknow, Meerut, Etawah, Agra, Ghazipur, Mathura, Etah, Moradabad, Allahabad, Kanpur Nagar, Aligarh and Ferozabad. Dehradun Burdwan, North Dinajpur, South Dinajpur, North 24-Parganas, South 24-Parganas, Kolkata, Murshidabad, West Midnapur, Malda, Bankura, Purulia, Birbhum, Nadia, Hugli, Howrah, Jalpaiguri, Cooch Bihar, East Midnapur & Darjeeling. NCT of Delhi

18.

Uttar Pradesh

47

19. 20.

Uttarakhand West Bengal

1 18

21.

Delhi Total

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Box 13.1 CONSTITUTIONAL PROVISIONS OF OCCUPATIONAL, SAFETY AND HEALTH Article Constitutional Provision 24 No child below the age of fourteen years shall be employed to work in any factory or mine or engaged in any other hazardous employment. 39(e&f) The State shall, in particular, direct its policy towards securing: (e) that the health and strength of workers, men and women, and the tender age of children are not abused and that citizens are not forced by economic necessity to enter avocations unsuited to their age or strength; (f) that children are given opportunities and facilities to develop in a healthy manner and in conditions of freedom and dignity and that childhood and youth are protected against exploitation and against moral and material abandonment. The State shall make provision for securing just and humane conditions of work and for maternity relief.

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Box 13.2 Technical Administrative Total Sanctioned Working Sanctioned Working Sanctioned Working Headquarters 13 9 48 43 61 52 CLI.Mumbai 60 52 74 69 134 121 4 RLIs* 52 43 66 57 118 100 Dock-Safety 22 14 28 26 50 40 Inspectorates Total: 147 118 216 195 363 313 * The posts at RLI, Faridabad are yet to be created Units

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Achievements and Forecast Activities Sl.No. Major Component of Activities Achievements (April - Sept., 2010) 17 Posts created Completed 3 Forecast Activities (October, 2010 March, 2011) 3 1

1. 2. 3. 4.

Creation of various Posts Setting up of laboratories Short duration training programme Training programme for Target Groups i.e. Factory Inspectors/Safety Officers etc. 5. One year Post Diploma Course in Industrial Safety for Safety Officers 6. Training programme for small and medium enterprises 7. Conduction of studies/ surveys/ audits 8. National Seminar/Workshops 9. Publication of Pocket Book 10. Production of video film 11. Procurement of equipment & software for production of video films, poster etc.

1 1 1 1 1 Audio Visual Installed 1 2 -

Achievements and Forecast Activities: Sl. Major Component and Activities Achievemen No. ts (April September, 2010) 1. Upgradation of various laboratories at CLI & 19* RLIs 2. a) Development of National Inventory on OSH information and follow up 3. b) Upgradation and development of data 4 bases

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4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

12.

c) Development of Application Programmes d) Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) on request e) Industry-wise safety and health information f) INDOSHNEWS Publication g) Publication of Manuals, brochures Conduction of specialized training programmes, seminars, workshops Conduction of studies/surveys/audits Enforcement activities in major ports(inspection of ships, container ship, loose gears, docks, container yards, hazardous installations, etc.) Testing of Respiratory & Non Respiratory PPE
*1) Data Logging Personal Heat Stress Monitors 16 No.s

3 2 25 2 5 19 8 709

3 2 15 2 2 7 17 791

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2) Sound Level Meter 1No. 3) UV-VIS Spectrophotometer 1 No. 4) Syringe pump for RTL 1 No. ** Proposed to be purchased the following equipments for CLI & RLI Laboratories 1) Multifunctional Ventilation Meters 3 Nos. 2) Accubalance Capture Hood 1 No. 3) Heat Spy Meter 2 Nos. 4) Kata Thermometer, Globe thermometer & Psychrometer, etc.

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Category

GROUP-A GROUP-B GROUP-C GROUP-D TOTAL


*

Number of Sanctioned Posts as per SIU 279 224 222 07 732

Number of Employees in position 126 184 215 (169+46*) 142 (7+135*) 667

Incumbents present on the post abolished / earmarked for outsourcing.

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Equipment, appliances, materials & machinery approved during the year, 2010 Sl. Equipment / Number of approvals No. appliances / granted / renewed / materials / extended during the machinery year Breathing 03 1. Apparatus Self 01 2. Rescuers Resuscitator 00 3. /Reviving Apparatus Total 04

Sl. No. 1.

Type of approval

No. of field trial/ extension 2. Regular approval/ extension Total No. of approval granted

Number of approval granted 67 262 329

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During the year 2010-11, the following activities were undertaken by S&T Wing
Action Plan Achievement from April, to September, 2010 08 Nil 05 Nil 10 08 Remarks

(A) S&T Cell 1. Mine Environment surveys 2. Occupational Health Review, Survey & Medical Exam. 3. Ground Control 4. Mine Mechanisation (Testing of Machinery Parts) 5.Additional Job: (a) FRHF Testing (Fire Resistant Hydraulic Fluid) (b) Gas analysis (B) Mines Rescue Services cell 1. Testing of filter self Rescuer 2. Testing of self contained self Rescuer 3. Rescue competition 4. Field visits 5. Organization of conference on Rescue/Recovery experience 6. Monitoring of first aid competition 7. Creation of rescue database on Rescue facilities 8. Creation of rescue database on actual Rescue/Recoveries 9. Issue of technical circulars (C) Human resource Development Cell 1. Conduct of Training Programs (a) DGMS officers (b) Key personnel from mining industry (c) Workmens Inspectors Nil 53 Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Targets in some of the project activities could not be achieved due to shortage of manpower.

Sl. No. 1. 2.

Type of approval

Number of field trial/extension Regular approval extension

Number of approvals granted 02 21

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Box 13.3 Sl. No. 1 Subject Venue Duration Number of officers attended 04

Seminar on Meeting Rock Mechanics Challenge of Deep Underground Mining Attend the meeting regarding press report Celebrate the World Environment Day in order to encourage peoples awareness about Environment issues. International Symposium on Emerging Trends in Environment, Health and Safety Management in Mining and Mineral Based Industries National Seminar on Raw material Security for the Steel Industry-Challenges Ahead (RMSSI-2010) National Conference on Underground Coal Mining-Challenges and opportunities at Kolkata

2 3

CIMFR, Barwa Road, Dhanbad New Delhi Vigyan Bhawan, New Delhi N.I.T.K., Surathkal, Karnataka Kolkata

22.04.2010 to 24.04.2010 26.05.2010 05.06.2010

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21.08.2010 & 22.08.2010

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04 18.09.2010

Kolkata

24.09.2010 & 26.09.2010

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MoU being signed by Shri V.B. Sant (Third from Left) Director General, National Safety Council and Ms. Elizabeth L.Pullen, President-Elect, CIH, AIHA,USA.

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Table 13.1 Growth of Mining Activities in India


Year Number of reporting mines Coal 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 580 594 598 595 568 567 562 560 569 568 567 Metal 1834 1864 1957 2022 1907 1870 1761 1764 1835 1720 1770 Oil 34 37 44 45 43 42 49 47 50 44 49 Value of minerals ( in Million Rupees) Coal 193877 205307 219101 234531 261082 286390 299954 322425 371391 374671 419279 Metal 43758 45286 46415 53111 54032 64965 77605 104283 133417 162160 235351 Oil 40813 53136 83982 92954 106747 123326 131897 166083 230586 370657 256944 Aggregate H.P. ( in 000s) Coal 5314 5399 5660 5561 5586 5432 5677 5728 5415 5954 5842 Metal 2016 2020 2147 2371 2190 1997 1950 2336 2495 2496 2646 Oil 570 602 744 757 778 757 747 685 701 468 457 Explosives used ( in 000 tonnes) Coal Metal 232.7 247.0 267.6 290.5 292.6 315.3 309.8 334.0 297.1 345.3 353.0 43.4 47.1 49.8 55.4 55.8 55.6 63.7 70.5 80.7 95.1 97.8

Table 13.2 Trend of Accidents in Mines Year Number of Accidents in Coal Mines Fatal 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008* 2009* 2010
*

Number of Accidents in Non-Coal Mines Fatal 61 51 71 52 52 57 48 58 56 62 44 45 Serious 230 187 199 205 168 188 108 78 79 83 94 34 Total 291 238 270 257 220 245 156 136 135 146 138 76

Serious 595 661 667 629 563 962 1106 861 923 687 625 334

Total 722 778 772 710 646 1049 1202 939 999 770 708 406

127 117 105 81 83 87 96 78 76 83 83 72

* Data for the year 2008 to 2010 are provisional and data for 2010 are up to 30.09.2010.

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Table 13.3
Causes Trend of Accidents in Coal Mines Cause-wise Number of Fatal Accidents Number of Serious Accidents 2005 2006 2007 2008* 2009* 2010* 2005 2006 2007 2008* 2009* 2010* 14 17 11 30 26 10 18 13 13 38 27 32 6 9 5 39 26 23 7 4 4 45 28 38 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 3 9 11 5 0 4 24 1 1 4 22 2 0 5 22 4 0 3 27 1 2 168 34 16 5 178 41 48 2 131 32 35 0 91 20 16 3 71 24 7 0 22 16 9

Fall of Roof Fall of Sides Other Ground Movements Winding in 0 Shafts Rope Haulage 12 Dumpers, 18 Trucks, etc. Other 4 Transportation Machinery Non15 Transportation Machinery Explosives 2 Electricity 4 Gas, Dust, 0 Fire, etc. Fall of Persons 7 Fall of Objects 6 Other Causes 3 Total 96 Data for the year

12

10

14

46

54

79

40

35

20

0 3 4

1 4 2

1 5 2

0 2 2

1 5 1

5 5 0

1 5 1

4 3 1

1 0 0

2 2 1

2 2 0 92 62 76 334

8 2 4 202 192 4 3 284 221 268 5 2 2 146 108 8 4 264 153 185 2 3 7 102 128 5 4 198 98 113 83 83 72 687 625 78 76 1106 861 923 2008 to 2010 are provisional and data for 2010 are up to 30.09.2010.

Causes

Table 13.4 Trend of Accidents in Non-coal Mines Cause wise Number of Fatal Accidents Number of Serious Accidents
2009* 1 0 0 3 0 6 5 2010* 1 1 0 2 0 1 1

2005 2006 2007 2008* 2009* 2010* 2005 2006 2007 2008* 1 2 4 0 1 1 Fall of Roof 1 0 2 0 8 12 11 11 3 0 Fall of Sides 5 9 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 Other Ground 0 0 0 0 Movements 0 0 0 0 2 2 Winding in 0 0 0 1 Shafts 0 0 0 0 2 1 Rope Haulage 0 0 1 0 19 13 10 5 3 5 Dumpers, 12 17 10 6 Trucks, etc. 6 3 1 3 5 3 Other 1 2 3 6 Transportation Machinery 7 5 5 6 17 10 Non9 5 15 9 Transportation Machinery 2 2 2 2 1 1 Explosives 4 3 1 0 0 2 0 0 1 1 Electricity 0 0 0 1 0 2 1 0 1 1 Gas, Dust, Fire, 0 0 3 0 etc. 8 10 3 4 14 17 Fall of Persons 13 15 22 20 3 2 5 10 9 20 Fall of Objects 2 7 20 17 2 9 2 4 20 21 Other Causes 1 0 31 16 56 62 44 45 79 83 Total 48 58 108 78 * Data for the year 2008 to 2010 are provisional and data for 2010 are up to 30.09.2010.

13

1 3 0 13 26 23 94

0 2 2 5 7 6 34

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Table 13.5A Accidents and resultant casualties in mines Coal Non-Coal Serious Serious Fatal Accident Fatal Accident Year Accident Accident Acc Killed Inj Acc Inj Acc Killed Inj Acc Inj 2000 117 144 28 661 679 51 55 2 187 192 2001 105 141 14 667 706 71 81 8 199 200 2002 81 97 15 629 650 52 64 3 205 206 2003 83 113 12 563 578 52 62 16 168 169 2004 87 96 14 962 977 57 64 9 188 194 2005 96 117 19 1106 1119 48 52 4 108 109 2006 78 137 15 861 876 58 71 9 78 79 2007 76 78 77 923 940 56 64 13 79 92 2008* 83 96 16 687 694 62 83 35 83 85 2009* 83 93 14 625 633 44 54 10 94 101 2010* 72 88 45 334 339 45 81 2 34 35 *Data for the year 2008 to 2010 are provisional and data for 2010 are up to 30.09.2010.

Table No. 13.5B Trend in Fatal Accidents and Fatality Rates per 100 0 Persons Employed (Ten Yearly Average) Coal Mines Year 1951-60 1961-70 1971-80 1981-90 1991-2000 Avg. Acc 222 202 187 162 140 88 Acc. Rate 0.61 0.48 0.40 0.30 0.27 0.21 Avg. Killed 295 260 264 185 170 108 Death Rate 0.82 0.62 0.55 0.34 0.33 0.27 Avg. Acc 64 72 66 65 65 56 Non coal Mines Acc. Rate 0.27 0.28 0.27 0.27 0.31 0.34 Avg. Killed 81 85 74 73 77 66 Death Rate 0.34 0.33 0.30 0.31 0.36 0.40

2001-2010* *Data for the year 2008 to 2010 are provisional and data for 2010 are up to 30.09.2010.

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Table 13.6 Number of Inspections and Enquiries Year 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010* Number of Inspections Coal 4563 4752 6106 5642 5410 5667 5574 5214 5247 4192 4330 4614 4404 Metal 2404 2539 3061 3614 2908 2856 3247 2983 3107 2630 2309 2838 3325 Oil 189 166 198 245 229 269 246 228 295 219 183 216 250 Total 7156 7457 9365 9501 8547 8792 9067 8425 8649 7041 6822 7668 7979 Number of Enquiries Coal 1157 1127 1319 1163 1148 1022 966 834 933 951 796 840 899 Metal 406 398 483 325 418 402 427 436 372 338 380 417 372 Oil 34 29 26 26 51 30 13 08 30 27 24 24 52 Total 1597 1554 1828 1514 1617 1454 1406 1278 1335 1316 1200 1281 1323 Grand Total 8753 9011 11193 11015 10164 10246 10473 9703 9984 8357 8022 8949 9302 4599

1967 1712 80 3759 505 275 20 800 *Data are provisional and figures for 2010 are up to August, 2010

Table 13.7 Applications received & Certificates of Competency issued during April to September, 2010 Category of certificates of competency Manager Surveyor Overman / Foreman Sirdar / Mate Shotfirer/Blaster Winding Engine Driver Gas-testing Coal Mines Regulation, 1957 Applications received 1717 33 861 824 Nil 78 2398 Certificates issued 244 14 326 208 Nil 33 587 Metalliferous Mines Regulations, 1961 Applications received 2518 142 698 371 213 69 Nil Certificates issued 82 13 221 129 61 13 Nil

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Table 13.8 Training of DGMS Officers from 01.04.2010 to 30.09.2010 Sl.No. Course Venue Period Number of Officers attended 02

1.

MDP on System

Management

Information

NITIE, Mumbai SIRD, Rajasthan

2.

Comprehensive Management

Disaster

Risk

21.06.2010 to 23.06.2010 09.08.2010 to 13.08.2010

02

Table 13.9 Training of DGMS Officers(Abroad) from 01.04.2010 to 30.09.2010 Sl.No. Course Venue Period Number of Officers attended 06

1.

Testing of Longwall Face Machine

Germany

2.

Training of Trainers Building modern & effective Labour Inspection System ILO/ITC

Italy

07.05.2010 to 22.05.2010 30.08.2010 to 10.09.2010

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National Seminar on Empowering Indian Workers to Face the Global Challenges in progress.
Title of the programme Training programme for Group C and D employees of Board. Refresher Course for Education Officers of CBWE. Quality Improvement Programme Number of programme Number of participants

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Table 14.1 COURSES ORGANISED UNDER WORKERS EDUCATION SCHEME Sl. No. 01 02 National Level Education Officers Training and Retraining Course Dynamic Leadership Sl. No 1 Regional Level Training of Trainers Personality Development Programmes Sl. No 1 Unit Level Unit Level Classes Need Based Special Programmes Joint Education Programmes (2-days) Plant Level Programme for Trained Workers (1 day) Sl. No 1 Specific Categories Functional Adult Literacy Classes Empowerment Programme for Unorganised Workers (4- days) Empowerment Programme for Weaker Section (4-days) Empowerment Programme for Rural Workers (4days)

03

Women Empowerment 3

Joint Education Programmes (1 day) Programmes under Self Generation of Funds (1/2/3days) CTP

04

Special Drive Quality Improvement Programme (QIP) 4

05

Conference of DDs, ZDs & RDs (CBWE)

Need Based Seminars (2days) Quality of Life for Workers and their Spouses (4/2 days) Seminar for Wage Board (Journalist) (1 day) Training for Facilitators in Informal Sector (5 days)

06

Computer Awareness to Trade Unionist 6

Retraining programme for Unorganised Workers (1 day) Rural Awarness Camps (2 days)

07

Leadership Development for Trade Union Activists

08

CTP-G Improvement (QIP)

Quality Programme 8

Retraining programme for Rural Workers (1 day) 2 days programme for :

09

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12

13

14 15

16

Management of Trade Unions Issues related to Customer Satisfaction & regulation related to safety Training programme for Gr. C & D Officials of CBWE CTP-G Total Quality Management in Production & Service Workers Participation in Management Strengthen Role of Women Activists in the Trade Union Field Contract Labour & Role of Trade Union

b c

Women Workers SC/ST Workers

e f g

Parents of Child Labour/ Child Labour. Labour Welfare and Development Retrenched Employees VRS Optees

17 18

19 20 21

22 23 24

Challenging before Transport Industries Function of Industry & Role of Employees in Customer Satisfaction Social Securities & Unorganised Workers Capacity Building of Rural Trade Union Leaders Organizing the Unorganized Contract Workers Seminar for National Level Trade Union Leader Trade Unionism & Industrial Relations Performance Appraisal

Unorganised / Rural Long Term Oriented Programme ( 1 / 2 days) Bread Earners HIV / AIDS Programme

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Table 14.2 Activities of Central Board for Workers Education for the period 2010-11 Target 2010-11 Achievement from 01.04.2010 to 30.09.2010
Programmes Participants

Activity REGIONAL LEVEL Training of Trainers (1 month) Personality Development Programme (21- days) Refresher Course for Trainers (1 week) Joint Education Programme on Participative Management (1 day) Programmes under Self Generation of Funds / CTPG (3/2 days) Need Based Seminars (2 days) Programmes on Quality of Life for Workers and their spouses (4 days) Programmes on Quality of Life for Workers and their spouses (2 days) Seminar at Plant Level (1 day) Special Programme for VRS Opted Employees (2 days) UNIT LEVEL Part/Full Time Unit Level Classes (3-months/3-weeks/1 month) Joint Education Programmes for New Members of Joint Councils at Enterprise Level (2 days) UNORGANISED SECTOR Empowerment Programme for Unorganized Workers / Weaker Section (4 days) Programme for Unorganized Sector/Stone Quary Workers (2 days) Programme for Women Workers (2 days) Programme for Parents of Child Labour/Child Labour (2 days) Programme for SC/ST (2 days) Labour Welfare & Development Programme (2 days) Programmes for Panchayati Raj (2 days) Programme on Quality of Life for Workers and their spouses (4 days) Programme on Quality of Life for Workers and their spouses (2 days) Retraining Programme for Unorganized (1 day) Long Term Oriented Programme (1 day) Programmes for Construction Workers of Commonwealth Game RURAL SECTOR Rural Awareness Camps (2 days) Empowerment Programme for Rural Workers (4-days) Retraining Programme for Rural Workers (1 day) Rural Long Term Oriented Programme (1 day)

11 59 11 370 735 200 5 50 370 229 370

3 25 1 246 491 6 14 70 1 48 150

58 561 19 6022 9740 159 462 2259 25 1179 3923

370 560 500 200 500 500 150 100 200 185 2000 195 200 -

63 333 342 40 185 318 4 11 47 19 60 16 617 7 10 5

2510 13217 13418 1559 7205 12547 135 438 1872 1030 2159 607 24093 260 533 216

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Table 15.1 PLAN PROVISIONS AND EXPENDITURE (Rs. in crore)


11th Plan (2007-12) Approved Outlay Annual Plan (2007-08) Approved Outlay 4 108.33 5.80 6.65 175.05 0.51 5.59 5.00 0.25 9.30 2.00 2.00
5.00

Sl. Division(s)/Schemes No Actual Exp. 5 1086.32 5.93 5.40 155.91 0.38 8.41 5.00 0.15 9.30 1.09 1.57
0.76

Annual Plan (2008-09) Approved outlay 6 314.04 15.90 7.45 156.06 -7.80 5.00 0.75 9.50 2.00 2.00
1.00

Annual Plan (2009-10) Approved Outlay 8 1134.17 15.09 6.50 100.00 -9.00 5.00 0.50 9.50 1.20 1.50
0.00

Annual Plan (2010-11)

Actual Exp. 7 1083.83 12.47 7.14 157.81 -8.00 5.00 0.29

Actual Exp. 9. 1118.96 13.68 7.47 95.28 -9.22 3.92 0.33 10. 1159.11 22.36 11.91 135.00 0.00 20.28 4.50 0.75

1 1 2 41.38 579.16 2.39 38.02 22.10 1.33 44.21 13.26 8.84


574.70

3 828.18 56.45

DGE&T Occupational Health & Safety (DGMS & DGFASLI) 3 Industrial Relations 4 Child Labour 5 Women Labour 6 Labour Statistics 7 National Labour Institute (NLI) 8 Grants-in-aid Scheme for Research Studies 9 Workers Education 10 Rehabilitation of Bonded Labour 11 Information Technology

9.00 1.00 0.50


0.00

9.00 0.88 0.50


0.00

9.50 1.00 0.75


0.00

12 Social Security for unorganized Sector Workers and Health Insurance for unorganized Sector Workers

13 Rashtriya Swasthya Bima Yojana


TOTAL 2210.02 325.48* 1280.22

250.00 771.50**

101.65

350.00 1388.391 1630.76***

264.51 1523.75

350.00 1715.16@

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(Rs. in Crore)

2007-08
Scheme BE Actual Exp BE Actual Exp BE Actual * Exp.

2008-09

2009-10

2010-11
BE

Sl. No.

28.10 19.80 6.38 28.50 32.17 27.06 263.79 273.05 854.80 8.06 0.78 2.50 22.40 32.50 1571.79 19.4 29.39 1647.75 26.00 37.00 1726.53 231.69 1005.79 6.14 0.21 2.19 279.50 982.63 8.56 0.86 3.52 253.68 1183.57 8.17 0.61 3.24 28.46 37.69 1903.76 29.55 27.06 252.37 35.00 27.00 268.53 40.43 29.85 255.52 51.75 29.70 269.91 270.00 1010.90 9.40 0.86 5.06 39.47 52.00 1832.13 16.44 5.81 21.71 22.50 6.68 28.75 23.05 8.11 31.38 35.00 10.93 47.15 9.54 40.33 50.54 39.54 292.72 187.82 1010.36 8.50 0.26 4.06 34.04 46.73 1752.54

32.50 8.82 42.11 53.65 32.60 330.09 294.70 1317.14 9.50 0.90 4.36 36.19 50.62 2213.18

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Secretariat Social Services Research & Statistics Industrial Relations Working Conditions & Safety Labour Education Labour Welfare Schemes Transfer to Reserve Funds Social Security International Cooperation Other Items Welfare of SC/ST and Other Backward Classes Employment Training

01. 02. 03.

04. 05. 06.

07. 08. 09. 10. 11.

13. 14. Total

Provisional Figures

16

Welfare of Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes

Activity

Registration Guidance Pre-Submission Guidance* Confidence Programme Training in Shorthand Building Typing and

Number of candidates covered 260170 1532 9752 7150 1800

Pre-Recruitment Training(PRT)

* Guidance given to candidates before submission to the respective employer for selection / intervie w.

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Table 16.1 REPRESENTATION OF SCs / STs IN THE MINISTRY OF LABOUR & EMPLOYMENT INCLUDING ITS ATTACHED AND SUBORDINATE OFFICES Category of Total number of Due as per In position Surplus(+) Employees Employees reservation Shortfall(-) (as on 01.01.2010) SC ST SC ST SC ST Group Group Group Group A B C D Total 1107 1196 3411 1871 7585 166 179 512 281 1138 83 90 256 140 569 230 218 674 712 1834 81 90 245 160 576 64(+) 39 (+) 162 (+) 431 (+) 696 (+) 02(-) 00 (+) 11 (-) 20 (+) 07 (+)

Table 16.2 REPRESENTATION OF PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES (PHYSICALLY HANDICAPPED PERSONS) IN THE MINISTRY OF LABOUR AND EMPLOYMENT INCLUDING ITS ATTACHED AND SUBORDINATE OFFICES Categories of Employees Total number of employees (as on 01.01.2010) 1107 1196 3411 1871 Number of posts held by disabled persons 01 12 65 36
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A B C D

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Sector

Number of Industries

Manufacturing Plantation Mining

14 3 4

Box 17.2 Percentage of Workers covered to total employment in the sector 67 100 95

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Box 17.1 WEIGHTS FOR BROAD GROUPS UNDER CPI-IW 2001=100 Group Food Pan, Supari, Tobacco & Intoxicants Fuel & Light Housing Clothing, Bedding & Footwear Miscellaneous Total Weight 46.20 2.27 6.43 15.27 6.57 23.26 100.00

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Box 17.2 Sector-wise Changes in Estimated Employment based on Eight Quarterly Surveys conducted by Labour Bureau Industry/ Changes in Employment during the Quarter (in lakh) Group 2008-09
October to December January to March * April to June *

2009-10
July to September * October to December * January to March *

2010-11
April to June * July to September *

Mining Textiles including apparels Leather Metals Automobil es Gems & Jewellery Transport IT/BPO Handloom/ Powerloom Overall All the above Sectors

(-)0.11

(-)1.72 * (-)1.06 (-)0.83 (-)0.99 (-)0.96 0.76 *

2.08 (-)0.33 (-)0.29 0.02 0.33 (-)0.04 0.92 0.07

(-)1.54 0.07 (-)0.01 0.23 (-)0.20 (-)0.01 (-)0.34 0.49

3.18 (-)0.08 0.65 0.24 0.58 0.00 0.26 0.15

0.16 0.09 0.23 0.06 0.07 (-)0.02 5.70 0.09

(-)1.19 0.00 0.04 0.29 0.24 (-)0.02 1.29 (-)0.05

(-)0.63) 0.21 0.45 0.51 0.04 (-)0.21 1.29 (-)0.04

2.45 0.04 0.27 0.29 0.04 0.13 1.08 0.06

(-)4.91

2.76

(-)1.31

4.97

6.38

0.61

1.62

4.35

*Not Covered
Box 17.3 % Increase in 2006-07 over 2005-06 6 - 1.36 10.36 (-)25.75 13.74 (-2.57) 2.28

Sl. No. 1 1. 2.

Parameters 2004-05 2 Absenteeism Rate (%) Labour Turnover Rates (%) a. Accession b. Separation Employment a. All Employees (No.) b. All Workers (%) c. Contract Workers (%) Wages/Salaries per Manday Worked (Rs.) a. All Employees b. All Workers c. Contract Workers Labour Cost per Manday worked of Employees (Rs.) 3 8.96 18.45 16.94 8453624 78.06 20.68

Years 2005-06 4 8.10 18.25 22.37 9081024 78.31 22.38 2006-07 5 7.99 20.14 16.61 10328434 76.30 22.89

3.

4.

5.

239.91 168.58 109.71 307.76

255.94 174.73 116.40 323.64

277.43 185.81 130.07 351.26

8.40 6.34 11.74 8.53

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Table 17.1 Comparative Statement of variations in Consumer Price Indices (CPI) for Industrial Workers (IW)

Year II. Base 1982=100 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 III. Base 2001=100 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 Note :

CPI (IW) 173 193 219 240 258 284 313 342 366 414 428 444 463 482 500 520 542 125 133 145 163

Percentage variation (annual) 6.36 11.56 13.47 9.59 7.50 10.08 10.21 9.27 7.02 13.11 3.38 3.74 4.28 4.10 3.73 4.00 4.23 6.83 6.40 9.02 12.41

Index values are annual average of the respective financial year. The percentage variation for 1989-90 has been derived by converting the figures of 1982=100 by using linking factor i.e. 4.93. The converted figure for 1989-90 was 853. Similarly the percentage variation for 2006-07 has been derived by converting the figures of 2001=100 by using linking factor i.e. 4.63. The converted figure for 2006-07 was 579. Value for the year 2005-06 w.e.f. January 2006 have been derived from the figures of 2001=100 by using convertion factor (4.63). 148

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Table 17.2 Monthly variation in CPI (IW) (Bas e : 2001=100) 2006-07 Percentage variation over previous month Index Percentage Index variation over previous month 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 Percentage variation over previous month

2005-06

Month

Index Percentage Index Percentage Index Percentage Index variation variation variation over over over previous previous previous month month month

April 121 123 124 124 125 127 127 127 +0.18@ +0.00 +0.00 127 -0.78 137 128 +0.79 135 127 0.00 134 0.00 +0.75 +1.48 0.00 134 0.00 +0.00 134 0.00 148 147 148 148 148 +1.60 134 +0.75 148 +0.81 133 0.00 146 +0.69 +1.37 0.00 -0.68 +0.68 0.00 0.00 +0.00 133 +0.76 145 +1.40 +0.88 132 +1.54 143 +2.14 +1.61 130 +0.78 140 +0.72 153 160 162 163 165 168 169 172 170 170 +0.72 129 +0.78 139 +0.72 151

120

+0.91

128

+0.79

138

+0.73

150

+1.35 +0.67 +1.32 +4.58 +1.25 +0.62 +1.23 +1.82 +0.60 +1.78 +01.16 0.00

170 172 174 178 178 179 181

0.00 +1.18 +1.16 +2.30 0.00 0.56 1.12

May

June

July

August

September

October

November

December

January

119

February

119

March

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@ The Percentage variation for January, 2006 has been derived by converting the figures on base 2001=100 to the previous base: 1982=100 by using linking factor of 4.63.

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150
Table 17.3
( 1982=100) UPTO DECEMBER, 2005 AND (2001=100) ONWARDS

ANNUAL RATE OF INFLATION BASED ON ALL INDIA CONSUM ER PRICE INDEX NUMBERS FOR INDUSTRIAL WORKERS

Month

Index

2005 Rate of Inflation @ Index Index 4.37 4.17 4.17 4.96 3.74 3.32 4.06 3.45 3.63 4.18 5.33 5.57 127 6.91 134 127 6.33 134 127 7.30 134 5.51 5.51 5.51 125 6.83 133 6.40 124 6.30 133 7.26 124 6.69 132 6.45 143 145 146 148 148 147 123 7.56 130 5.69 140 121 6.26 129 6.61 139 7.75 7.69 8.33 9.02 9.77 10.45 10.45 9.70 120 5.10 128 6.67 138 7.81 119 4.95 127 6.72 137 7.87 119 4.95 128 7.56 135 5.47 148 148 150 151 153 160 162 163 165 168 169 134 5.51 148 10.45 9.63 8.03 8.70 8.63 9.29 11.89 11.72 11.64 11.49 13.51 14.97

2008 Rate of Inflation @

2009 Rate of Index Inflation @ 172 170 170 170 172 174 178 178 179 181

2010 Rate of Inflation @ 16.22 14.86 14.86 13.33 13.91 13.73 11.25 9.88 9.82 9.70

January

526

2006# Index Rate of Inflation @ 119 4.75

2007 Index Rate of Inflation @ 127 6.72

February

525

March

525

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April

529

May

527

June

529

July

538

August

540

September

542

October

548

November

553

December

550

N.B. @ Percentage increase over the figure of the corresponding month of the previous year.

# The inflation rate from January, 2006 to December, 2006 has been derived by converting the figures on base 2001=100 to the previous base: 1982=100 by using the linking factor of 4.63.

Table 17.4

Annual Rate of Inflation based on all-India Consumer Price Index for Agricultural Labourers (Base: 1986-87=100)

Month

2004-05 Index Rate of inflation @ 1.53 1.83 1.82 2.11 3.02 3.31 3.60 3.30 3.01 2.71 2.41 2.41 358 5.29 392 357 5.00 392 357 4.69 391 9.52 9.80 9.50 358 4.68 390 8.94 360 4.65 390 8.33 414 413 413 417 423 356 3.19 386 8.43 413 354 3.21 380 7.34 410 352 3.23 375 6.53 408 8.80 7.89 6.99 6.15 5.90 5.63 6.38 7.91 350 3.55 372 6.29 404 8.60 345 2.68 370 7.25 399 7.84 434 442 450 455 459 460 459 461 462 463 343 3.00 365 6.41 395 8.22 431 341 3.02 360 5.57 394 9.44 429 8.88 9.11 8.77 9.41 10.29 10.98 11.14 11.11 11.14 11.62 10.79 9.46 468 475 484 499 508 515 522 532 538 542 538 536

2005-06 Index Rate of inflation @

2006-07 Index Rate of inflation @

2007-08 Index Rate of inflation @

2008-09 Index Rate of inflation @

2009-10 Index Rate of inflation @ 9.09 10.21 11.52 12.90 12.89 13.19 13.73 15.65 17.21 17.57 16.45 15.77

2010-11 Index Rate of inflation @ 538 540 547 554 557 562 566 14.96 13.68 13.02 11.02 9.65 9.13 8.43

April

331

May

333

June

336

July

338

August

341

September

343

October

345

November

344

December

342

January

341

February

340

March

340

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@Percentage increase over the figures of the corresponding month of the previous year. Source: Labour Bureau, Shimla

151

152
Table 17.5 2005-06 Index Rate of inflation @ 344 345 347 353 354 356 358 362 361 359 359 360 5.26 393 4.66 393 4.66 391 4.94 391 8.31 8.91 9.47 9.17 4.62 391 8.01 3.17 387 8.10 413 414 413 414 417 423 3.19 381 7.02 410 3.21 376 6.21 408 8.51 7.61 6.72 5.88 5.63 5.88 6.11 7.63 3.82 374 5.95 404 8.02 2.66 372 7.20 400 7.53 435 442 450 455 459 460 459 461 462 464 2.99 367 6.38 396 7.90 431 2.99 362 5.23 395 9.12 429 8.61 8.84 8.75 9.41 10.29 10.98 11.14 11.11 11.14 11.35 10.79 9.69 468 475 484 498 507 514 521 532 537 541 538 536 2006-07 Index Rate of inflation @ 2007-08 Index Rate of inflation @ 2008-09 Index Rate of inflation @ 2009-10 Index Rate of inflation @ 9.09 10.21 11.26 12.67 12.67 12.97 13.51 15.65 16.99 17.35 16.45 15.52 2010-11 Index Rate of inflation @ 538 540 547 554 556 562 565 14.96 13.68 13.02 11.24 9.66 9.34 8.45 1.83 1.82 1.81 1.80 3.00 3.29 3.58 3.28 2.99 2.69 2.39 2.40

Annual Rate of Inflation based on all-India Consumer Price Index for Rural Labourers (Base: 1986-87=100)

Month

2004-05 Index Rate of inflation @

April

334

May

335

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June

338

July

340

August

343

September

345

October

347

November

346

December

344

January

343

February

343

March

342

@Percentage increase over the figures of the corresponding month of the previous year. Source: Labour Bureau, Shimla.

Table 17.6 Wage Rate Index, Absolute Wage Rates and Real Wage Rates for the year 2002-2005 (As in January)

Sl. No. 2005 4138.7 204.40 184.09 265.56 255.57 198.73 194.94 246.37 126.49 194.40 331.81 205.69 269.93 195.15 154.44 142.61 265.48 289.94 159.51 125.20 79.96 6709.4 6825.1 5554.6 7369.7 3930.6 2969.2 5254.3 6113.9 2634.8 57.20 68.99 95.34 54.90 2773.7 4634.7 5873.4 2487.3 58.19 72.52 94.68 55.66 272.56 296.80 162.80 140.22 83.23 61.38 72.71 106.38 58.96 281.94 306.39 170.02 150.84 87.53 62.53 82.43 110.73 62.49 196.00 277.98 280.80 206.93 207.06 274.56 131.09 202.60 384.12 214.90 281.77 211.90 169.67 154.67 221.41 3305.6 5496.3 4594.0 3782.1 5024.5 4584.7 3319.7 4927.4 5784.3 3582.2 5082.3 5538.6 3237.0 2775.7 6286.5 6458.8 5210.3 6115.8 3590.5 6474.7 6611.6 5321.1 6849.6 3737.3 2638.5 4622.8 5227.7 2351.7 253.98 278.14 152.05 110.00 78.27 3371.3 5896.6 5211.2 3889.2 5294.3 4857.2 3691.3 5228.0 6035.6 3980.8 5262.8 5822.8 3387.3 2848.4 3613.9 6172.4 5808.6 4049.6 5624.4 5412.7 3818.7 5448.7 6987.0 4158.9 5493.7 6320.2 3732.9 3085.7 172.35 236.11 218.29 187.28 179.43 225.26 108.95 173.43 302.93 177.05 248.61 174.44 142.02 134.98 179.99 247.53 225.30 193.26 185.00 232.54 113.76 183.22 318.00 185.10 260.67 185.53 147.77 138.91 4318.1 4682.2 187.85 196.04 7.11 6.52 8.94 8.26 7.09 6.79 8.53 4.12 6.56 11.47 6.70 9.41 6.60 5.38 5.11 9.61 10.53 5.76 4.16 2.96 2.17 2.61 3.61 2.08 2008 2005

Industry

Wage Rate Index (1963-65=100) 2006 2007 6.98

Absolute Wage Rate (At Current Prices) 2005 2006 2007 2008

Real Wage Rate (At 1960 Prices) 2006 2007 6.84 6.41 8.82 8.02 6.88 6.59 8.28 4.05 6.52 11.32 6.59 9.28 6.61 5.26 4.95 9.45 10.33 5.68 4.46 2.85 2.07 2.58 3.37 1.98 6.16 8.88 8.55 6.65 6.52 8.24 4.23 6.50 11.10 6.88 9.03 6.53 5.17 4.77 9.12 9.93 5.44 4.69 2.78 2.05 2.43 3.56 1.97

2008 6.83 6.05 8.58 8.66 6.38 6.39 8.47 4.04 6.25 11.85 6.63 8.69 6.54 5.24 4.77 8.70 9.45 5.25 4.65 2.70 2.02 2.54 3.42 1.93

A.

B.

C.

Manufacturing Industries 3967.0 .(1-14) 3169.2 1. Cotton Textiles 5242.7 2. Cement 4451.0 3. CigaretteFactories 3665.0 4. Hydrogenated Oils 4873.1 5. Jute Textiles 4441.1 6. Electrical Machinery 3179.4 7. Match Factories 4664.1 8. Paper/Paper Products 5510.2 9. Railway Workshops 3426.5 10. Smelting & Refining 4847.2 11. Soap Factories 5206.7 12. Sugar 3109.3 13. Silk Textiles 2693.1 14. Woollen Textiles 5997.6 Mining Industries 6195.9 15. Coal Mines 4969.3 16. Iron Ore Mines 5373.4 17. Manganese Mines 3514.6 18. Mica Mines 2586.2 Plantation Industries 4397.3 19. Coffee Plantations 5264.2 20. Rubber Plantations 2316.3 21. Tea Plantations 3840.1 3990.9 4156.7 444.1 154.41 160.70 167.07 178.39 5.84

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5.72

5.59

5.50

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Table 17.7 Statement Showing Statutory / Voluntary Returns

Sl. No. 1 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 1. 2.

Statutory Returns 2 The Factories Act, 1948 The Payment of Wages Act, 1936 The Plantations Labour Act, 1951 The Motor Transport Workers Act, 1961 The Shops and Commercial Establishments Act The Industrial Employment (Standing Orders) Act, 1946 The Workmens Compensation Act, 1923 The Maternity Benefits Act, 1961 The Trade Unions Act, 1926 The Minimum Wages Act, 1948

Latest Year for which Review released/data published 3 2006 2008 2007 2007 2007 2007 20 07 2007 2006 2008 Reports for the year 2007 released.

Voluntary Returns
Statistics relating to (a) Closures, (b) Retrenchme nts and (c) Lay-offs Industrial Disputes in India.

Note: Reviews for the succeeding years are at diffe rent stages of completion.

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TABLE 17.8 LIST OF PUBLICATIONS RELEASED/FINALIS ED DURING 2010 Sl.No. 1. 2. 3. Indian Labour Journal (Monthly) Pocket Book of Labour Statistics 2009 (Hindi and English version) Annual Report on Consumer Price Index Numbers for Agricultural and Rural labourers 2008-09. 4. Annual Survey of Industries - Report of Statistics on Employment & Labour Cost 200607 Vol.(I) 5. Annual Survey of Industries, Report on Absenteeism, Labour Turnover, Employment & Labour Cost 2006-07 Vol.(II) 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Occupational Wage Survey 6th Round Report on Nine Engineering Industries. Indian Labour Year Book 2008. Indian Labour Statistics 2007 and 2008 (Combined). Reports on the Working of the Minimum Wages Act, 1948 for the year 2007 and 2008. Annual Report on Consumer Price Index Numbers for Industrial Workers on base 2001=100 for the year 2008. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. Wage Rates in Rural India for the year 2008-09. RLE (2004-05) report on Wages & Earnings of Rural Labour Households. The Annual Review on the Plantation Labour Act, 1951 for the year 2007. The Review on the Maternity Benefits Act, 1961 for the year 2007. The Review on the Industrial Employment (Standing Orders), 1946 for the year 2007. The Review on the Shops & Commercial Establishment Act for the year 2007. The Review on the Motor Transport Workers' Act, 1961. The Review on the Workmen's Compensation Act, 1923. The Report on the Working Conditions of Workers in the Leather Industry. The Annual Report on Statistics of Factories under the Factories Act, 1948 for the year 2005. Publications

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18

Labour Research & Training

Non Plan Plan

- Rs.360 Lakh - Rs. 450 Lakh (Including 45 Lakh For North East)

Shri Ravi Mathur, Additional Secretary (L&E) delivering the inaugural address of the National Seminar on Protectionist Trade Practices and Child Labour: A Policy Response on 29.09.2010.

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V.V. Giri Memorial Award, 2009 function in progress.

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Groups

Total number of Employees (indicates sanctioned strength)

SCs

STs

OBCs

A B C D Total*

21 06 31 19 77

1 2 12 15

1 1 2

1 3 4

*Total : Indicates the sanctioned strength

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Inaugural Session of the Colloquium on Skill Development in progress.

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Information Technology Initiatives/e-governance

20

Vigilance and Redressal of Public Grievances

1.

Number of Disciplinary cases 254 pending as on 30.09.2009

2.

Vigilance cases registered from 01.10.2009 to 30.09.2010

122

3. 4. 5.

Total (1+2) Number of cases decided Cases pending as on 30.09.2010

376 113 263

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Sl. No. 1.

Grievances Balance of unsettled grievances as on 01.10.2009. Grievances received from 01.01.2010 to 30.09.2010. Total Grievances settled during the period from 01.01.2010 to 30.09.2010. Unsettled grievances as on 30.09.2010. 572

2. 3. 4.

2047 2619 2189

5.

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Table 20.1 Details of grievances received and redressed by Employees Provident Fund Organization during the last five years 2005-2006 Grievances pending at the beginning of the year. Received during the year. Total Disposed off during the year. Balance at the end of the year. Percentage of disposal. 5,171 2006-2007 2,964 2007-2008 2,712 2008-2009 1,470 2009-2010 1305

38,982

44,685

27,234

19,912

17551

44,153 41,189

47,649 44,937

29,946 28,476

21,382 20,077

18856 17809

2,964

2,712

1,470

1,305

1047

93.29%

94.31%

95.00%

93.90%

94.45%

(Figures include PGHS cases of ROs & HQ office ) Table 20.2 The number of complaints filed before the Bhavishya Nidhi Adalats and cases decided 2005-2006
Number of Bhavishya Nidhi Adalats organized Number of grievances registered before Bhavishya Nidhi Adalats. Number of grievances disposed of by Bhavishya Nidhi Adalats Performance/Disposal Percentage 1,259

2006-2007
1,306

2007-2008
1,343

2008-2009
1,181

2009-2010
1495

2,145

2,110

1,565

2,764

7436

2,105

2,087

1,543

2,654

7257

98.14%

98.91%

98.59%

96.02%

97.59%

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International Cooperation

174

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176

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178

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180
Statement 21.1 MINISTRY OF LABOUR & EMPLOYMENT AND INTERNATIONAL L ABOUR ORGANISATION CURRENT TECHNICAL COOPERATION PROJECTS BRIEF DESCRIPTION DURATION March 2009 March 2013 GEOGRAPHICAL AREA STATES DISTRICTS Bihar, Jharkhand, Sithamari, Gujarat, Madhya Katihar Pradesh, Orissa Sahibganj, Ranchi Vadodara, Surat Jabalpur, Ujjain Cuttack, Kalahandi Thiruvallur, Kanchipuram The development objective is the reduction of poverty in India (Tamil Nadu), through promotion of decent work and the elimination of labour exploitation, including bonded labour Tamil Nadu, Orissa, Andhra Pradesh, Haryana July 2008 April 2010 May 2010 Dec. 2010 2008-2010 2002 2010 Phase I Phase II

PROGRAMME TITLE

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Converging Against The project aims at supporting constituents to Child Labour: Support strengthen an enabling environment and for Indias Model establish convergence-based models for the prevention and elimination of child labour. The project action is mainly at the district level, with work on policy, knowledge enhancement and dissemination, and replication at the state and national levels.

Reducing vulnerability to bondage in India through promotion of decent work ILO/MoLE Skills Development Initiative for Clusters (India): Brassware; Glassware; Domestic Work and Textiles.

The main objectives of the projects are: to Uttar Pradesh Moradabad, contribute to improving productivity and Firozabad competitiveness of the cluster by overcoming Delhi skills gaps and skills mismatch; improve the Delhi mobility, career prospects and employability of workers through skills acquisition, upgrading and/or certification; contribute to the prevention and elimination of child labour; and contribute to the operationalization of GOIs Skills Development Initiative on a national scale. HIV/AIDS Prevention The three-phase programme, supported by USin the World of Work : DOL and USAID, works closely with the national Policy and Field Levels A Tripartite Response government (Ministry of Labour and Employment and Ministry of Health, through NACO), employers and workers organizations, selected enterprises, State AIDS Control Societies, UNAIDS and People Living with HIV/AIDS to better equip the ILOs tripartite constituents to adopt and implement effective workplace policies and programmes, including in the informal economy.

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GEOGRAPHICAL AREA STATES DISTRICTS To strengthen trade unions in the fight to Tamil Nadu Coimbatore eliminate child labour, and enable the unions to Tirupur address youth employment issues through social dialogue. Selected Districts of Tamil Nadu and April December 2010 Madhya Pradesh

BRIEF DESCRIPTION

DURATION

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Bangalore

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Tamil Nadu

Coimbatore Tirupur

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Working with trade unions on Social Dialogue Programme: Youth Employment and Child Labour Workers Activities Promoting freedom of association and the right Project to collective bargaining; trade union action against child labour; and gender equality and gender mainstreaming. ILO/INTUC Pilot A demonstration programme for imiproving the Programme on working and living conditions of domestic Decent Work for workers on a sustainable basis, as well as Domestic Workers: enhancing capacity in project areas through Organizing, Skills organizing, skill upgradation and training and Upgradation and advocacy; and to strengthen the capacity of Advocacy implementing partner union by organizing unorganized domestic workers as well as networking with various stakeholders. Working with To strengthen employers organizations in the employers fight to eliminate child labour, and to address organizations on youth employment issues through social Social Dialogue dialogue. Programme: Youth Employment and Child Labour Sustaining To contribute to sustainable (economic, social Competitive and and environmental) development through Responsible supporting the application of decent and Enterprises (SCORE) productive workplace practices that positively contribute to micro, small and medium Sustaining enterprises competitiveness and employment. Competitive and Responsible Enterprises (SCORE II) To be decided

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BRIEF DESCRIPTION GEOGRAPHICAL AREA STATES DISTRICTS India, Angola, China (Guang Zhou), Brazil, South Africa (India component areas to be decided) DURATION AND BUDGET Jan December 2010 The project aims to achieve, amongst other means: strengthening systems for providing sexdisaggregated data in areas related to discrimination, labour market participation rates, childcare and dependant care provision, mapping policy options to help promote formalization of women workers in the informal economy, supporting efforts for more effective policy development for specific vulnerable groups of women, e.g. indigenous women, and sharing tools and lessons from the five target countries through ILOs Global Gender Network. The programme will contribute to the long-term socio-economic development of participating countries by strengthening enforcement and implementation capacities in the field of labour, improving compliance with labour legislation, and thus, rendering labour inspection more responsive towards the objective to promote social justice and Decent Work, empowering it to address current challenges, Bihar and Maharashtra for intensive programme. Selected other States for training of Labour Administrative officials and training institutions. 1 January December 2010 31

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Strengthening labour inspection services

SUB-REGIONAL BRIEF DESCRIPTION DURATION AND BUDGET 2006 June 2011

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GEOGRAPHICAL AREA STATES DISTRICTS Labour-Related Laws Dialogue amongst ILO constituents and India (Tamil Nadu) and and the MSE Growth other stakeholders on required Orissa), Nepal, Sri Trap in India and improvements and simplification of labour- Lanka and Bangladesh Nepal related laws and their implementation leading towards greater job creation potentialities. 3 studies in India on: - Macro-level analysis of the impact (direct and indirect) of labour laws on MSEs - Micro-level assessment of costs and benefits of doing business (labour and non labour laws) on MSEs - Ways of enhancing compliance of labour laws (sanctions and incentives) by MSEs Indian component: Technical Advisory Group guiding preparation of India studies.

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Statement 21.2 Title of Meeting 23.03.2010 to 03.04.2010, Turin Turin Training Workshops in 2010* List of Participants from India Date Participants Mr. Suraj Bhan, Economic Advisor, Ministry of Labour and Employment, New Delhi 31.05.2010 to 01.06.2010, Turin 21.06.2010 to 02.07.2010, Turin 02.08.2010 to 06.08.2010, Singapore 09.08.2010 to 13.08.2010, Bangkok 30.08.2010 to 03.09.2010, Turin Mr. S.K. Verma, Director, Ministry of Labour & Employment, New Delhi Mr. Borkar, Deputy Director, DGFASLI, MoLE, Mumbai (could not travel due to lack of political clearance). Mr. Raj Kumar Chilana, Escords Ltd. Council of Indian Employers, Faridabad, India and Ms. Anjudevi Singh, INTUC, Mumbai, India Mr. J. Rao Malla, BMS, New Delhi Ms. Veena Saney, HMS, Jaipur - Rajasthan Ms. Milan Raghunath Vaingankar, INTUC, Goa Ms. Roja Rani CHAKRAVARTULA, CITU, New Delhi Ms. K. Madhavi LATHA [INTUC] I, New Delhi, Mr. Surinder Singh, BMS, Himachal Pradesh, India Mr. Sasi Kumar, Sr. Fellow, V.V. Giri National Labour Institute, MoLE, New Delhi Mr. S.N. Borkar, Dy. Director, DGFASLI, MoLE, New Delhi Mr. Vikas, Director, MoLE, New Delhi Ms. Sameera Saurabh, Dy. Director, MoLE, New Delhi 13.09.2010 to 24.09.2010, Turin 13.09.2010 to 24.09.2010, Turin 20.09.2010 to 24.09.2010, Turin 27.09.2010 to 08.10.2010, Turin 04.10.2010 to 15.10.2010, Turin Mr. A.S. Khan, Joint Director of Employment Exchange, DGE&T, MoLE, New Delhi Ms. Neeta Dubey, MoRD, New Delhi Mr. Rama Krishan Raju Addala, Bapuji Rural Enlightment and Development Society (BREDS) Visakhapatnam, India Mr. Gautam Roy, Director, MOLE, New Delhi 11.10.2010 to 15.10.2010, Turin 15.10.2010 to 29.10.2010, Turin Ms. Kalpana Karunakaran, Technology, Chennai Indian Institute of

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International Labour Migration: a post-crisis perspective-Sharing good practices ITC-ILOs training course "Sustainable Enterprise Promotion through Good Workplace Practises and HRD,

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ITC ILO Training on trade union training on social security policies, focus on pension schemes A352746 Trade union training on employment relationships, contractualization and labour law from 09.08.2010 to 13.08.2010 A902580 "Implementing Labour Standards through Corporate Social Responsibility : Tools and strategies A902511 "Occupational Safety and Health Management in the Construction Sector A902518 "HIV/AIDS and the world of work, a social protection perspective A901433 "Education for all and child labour elimination A902481 "Labour Market inclusion of people with disabilities" A902451 "Mainstreaming gender equality: concepts and instruments"

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A902464 "The Labour market dimension and trafficking in children" A903002 "Social and solidarity economy academy"

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A972978 "Mitigating a job crisis: Innovations 15-19 November in Public Employment Programmes 2010, Turin 25.10.2010 to 29.10.2010, Turin 13.12.2010 to 15.12.2010, Turin

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Ms. Madhuri Sharma, National Informatics Centre, Ministry of Communication & Information Technology, New Delhi Mr. M.R. Sindhwani, Dy. Director of Employment Exchanges, DGE&T, MoLE, New Delhi

Mr. H.K. Jethi, Director, MoLE, New Delhi Ms. Nisha Sharma, SCOPE, New Delhi Ms. S. Kiran Desai, INTUC, Gujarat, * Source of funding : ILO New Delhi, Turin, Regional Office and Headquarters

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A972597 "Green Jobs linking the environment, climate change and the world of work" ILOs knowledge sharing workshop on gender equality in the place of work

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International Meetings for the year 2010* List of Participants from India Title of Meeting Date and Venue Participants ILO/Skills-AP/Japan Regional Technical Chiba, Japan, 1-5 Mr. Ashok Seheblal Kesai, DDG, DGE&T Workshop and Study Programme on Skills February 2010 Ministry of Labour & Employment, New Delhi Trining in the Workplace Mr. Rajeev Bharadwaj, Council of Indian Employers, New Delhi Mr. C. Pillai, INTUC, New Delhi (cancelled due to ill health) Occupational Safety and Health Inspection Singapore, 22-26 Mr. H. K. Mathur, Under Secretary, Ministry of Course, February, 2010 Labour & Employment, New Delhi Mr. S. Bharathi, Director, DGFASLI, Mumbai. Inter-Agency Awareness-raising workshop on Thailand, 18 - 20 May Dr. S.K. Haider, Dy. Director, Regional the sound management of industrial chemicals, 2010 Labour Institute, Ministry of Labour and with special emphasis on Asbestos for the Employment, West Bangal Asia-Pacific region, International Training Programmes to Promote INcheon, Republic of Mr. Hariharan Vishvanathan, Director (Safety) National Policy Framework on Occupational Korea, 21 June - DGFASLI, Ministry of Labour & Employment. Safety and Health at Korea Occupational 30 June 2010 Safety and Health Agency (KOSHA) South & West Asia Regional Meeting on the Bangkok, Thailand, Ms. Indrani Gupta, Under Secretary, Ministry Global Fund to fight AIDs, Tubercloses and 27-30 June, 2010 of Labour & Employment Malaria (GFATM) Ms. Ruma Ghosh, Faculty and coordinator from V.V. G. N.L.I XVIII International AIDS Conference Vienna, Austria 18-23 Mr. S. K. Srivastava, Additional Secretary, July 2010 Ministry of Labour and Employment, New Delhi (Regretted) ILO/ACTRAV/Solidarity Centre Workshop on Kuwait, 30 June -1 July Mr. Raja Sridhar, HMS, Chennai (couldnot go Migrant Workers Right 2010 due to NOC) Mr. Qamar, INTUC, Calcutta

48th Annual Meeting of the CIS and 5th China Beijing, 30 Aug - 2 Sept Mr. G. M.E. K. Raj, Dy. Director General & International Forum of Work Safety 2010 Head of Deptt., DGFASLI, Mumbai 9 ILO - IMF High - Level Conference Oslo, 13 Sept. 2010 Prof. Kannan, CDS, Trivandrum * Source of funding : ILO (SRO - New Delhi, Turin, Regional Office and Headquarters)

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Field Institutes / Offices under DGE&T (Total 78) S.No 1 State Andhra Pradesh Training Directorate Advanced Training Institute, Hyderabad Advanced Training Institute for Electronics and Process Instrumentation, Hyderabad Regional Directorate of Apprenticeship Training, Hyderabad. Employment Directorate Vocational Rehabilitation Centre for Physically Handicapped, Hyderabad. Coaching-cum-Guidance Centre for SC / ST, Hyderabad

2.

Assam

3.

Bihar

Vocational Rehabilitation Centre for Physically Handicapped, Guwahati Coaching-cum-Guidance Centre for SC / ST , Guwahati Vocational Rehabilitation Centre for Physically Handicapped, Patna
Regional Vocational Training Institute for Women, Vadodara Vocational Rehabilitation Centre for Physically Handicapped, Ahemdabad Vocational Rehabilitation Centre for Physically Handicapped, Vadodra Coaching-cum-Guidance Centre for SC / ST , Surat

4.

Gujarat

5.

Haryana

Regional Directorate of Apprenticeship Training, Faridabad Regional Vocational Training Institute for Women, Panipat

Coaching-cum-Guidance Centre for SC / ST, Hissar

6.

Himachal Pradesh

7.

Jammu & Kashmir

8.

Jharkhand

Foremen Training Jamshedpur

Institute,

Coaching-cum-Guidance Centre SC / ST, Mandi Vocational Rehabilitation Centre Physically Handicapped, Una. Coaching-cum-Guidance Centre SC / ST, Jammu Vocational Rehabilitation Centre Physically Handicapped, Srinagar Coaching-cum-Guidance Centre SC / ST, Ranchi.

for for for for for

9.

Karnataka

10.

Kerala

Foremen Training Institute, Bangalore Apex Hi-Tech Institute, Bangalore Regional Vocational Training Institute for Women, Bangalore Regional Vocational Training Institute for Women, Thiruvananthapuram Model Industrial Training Institute, Calicut

Vocational Rehabilitation Centre for Physically Handicapped, Bangalore Coaching-cum-Guidance Centre for SC / ST, Bangalore Vocational Rehabilitation Centre for Physically Handicapped, Thiruvananthapuram Coaching-cum-Guidance Centre for SC / ST, Thiruvananthapuram

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State Madhya Pradesh

Training Directorate Regional Vocational Training Institute for Women, Indore

Employment Directorate Vocational Rehabilitation Centre Physically Handicapped Jabalpur Coaching-cum-Guidance Centre SC / ST, Jabalpur Vocational Rehabilitation Centre Physically Handicapped, Mumbai Coaching-cum-Guidance Centre SC / ST, Nagpur . for for for for

12.

Maharashtra

Advanced Training Institute, Mumbai Regional Directorate of Apprenticeship Training, Mumbai Regional Vocational Training Institute for Women, Mumbai

13. 14. 15. 16. 17.

Manipur Meghalaya Mizoram Nagaland Orissa Model Industrial Training Institute, Choudwar Regional Vocational Training Institute for Women, Tura

18.

Punjab

Advanced Ludhiana

Training

Institute,

19.

Rajasthan

20.

Tamil Nadu

Regional Vocational Training Institute for Women, Jaipur Model Industrial Training Institute, Jodhpur Advanced Training Institute, Chennai Regional Directorate of Apprenticeship Training, Chennai Central Training Institute for Instructors, Chennai National Instructional Media Institute, Chennai

Coaching-cum-Guidance Centre for SC / ST, Imphal Coaching-cum-Guidance Centre for SC / ST, Jowai Coaching-cum-Guidance Centre for SC / ST, Aizwal Coaching-cum-Guidance Centre for SC / ST, Kohima Vocational Rehabilitation Centre for Physically Handicapped, Bhubneshwar Coaching-cum-Guidance Centre for SC / ST, Bhubneshwar Vocational Rehabilitation Centre for Physically Handicapped, Ludhiana Coaching-cum-Guidance Centre for SC / ST, Jallandhar Vocational Rehabilitation Centre for Physically Handicapped, Jaipur Coaching-cum-Guidance Centre for SC / ST, Jaipur Vocational Rehabilitation Centre for Physically Handicapped, Chennai Coaching-cum-Guidance Centre for SC / ST, Chennai

21. 22.

Tripura Uttar Pradesh Advanced Training Institute, Kanpur Regional Directorate of Apprenticeship Training, Kanpur National Vocational Training Institute for Women, NOIDA Regional Vocational Training Institute for Women, Allahabad Model Industrial Training Institute, Haldwani Advanced Training Institute for Electronics and Process Instrumentation, Dehradun

Vocational Rehabilitation Centre for Physically Handicapped, Agartala Vocational Rehabilitation Centre for Physically Handicapped, Kanpur Coaching-cum-Guidance Centre for SC / ST, Kanpur

23.

Uttaranchal

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State West Bengal

Training Directorate Advanced Training Institute, Kolkata Central Staff Training and Research Institute, Kolkata Regional Directorate of Apprenticeship Training, Kolkata Regional Vocational Training Institute for Women, Kolkata

Employment Directorate Vocational Rehabilitation Centre for Physically Handicapped, Kolkata Coaching-cum-Guidance Centre for SC / ST, Kolkata.

25.

Delhi

26

Pondicherry

Central Institute for Research and training in Employment Service, New Delhi Vocational Rehabilitation Centre for Physically Handicapped, Delhi Coaching-cum-Guidance Centre for SC / ST, Delhi Vocational Rehabilitation Centre for Physically Handicapped, Pondichery.

Total

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Progress made (as on November, 2010)
Course curricula VTPs registered Assessing Bodies Persons trained & Tested Apex Committee Implementation Manual At DGET HQ At RDATs Website Partner forselected clusters Consultant Area of operation Target Year 1212 modules in 57 sectors 6381 40 numbers have been empanelled for conducting assessment/ testing for MES courses 11,33,931 For guiding and advising the scheme implementation Contains guidelines for implementation of the Scheme has been prepared and circulated to State Governments/ UTs National Project Management Cell (NPMC) for monitoring the implementation of the scheme 06 Regional Cells have been formed for monitoring at regional level www.dget.gov.in/mes International Labour Organization HP India to develop web-based software for effective implementation of the scheme Through out the country Achievement & Fund allocations

Target Achievement Numbers to be Fund Allocated Actual Numbers Expenditure Trained (in crores) Trained/tested 2007 - 08 10,000 16 22,528 15.38 2008 - 09 50,000 39 1,15,306 44.35 2009 - 10 1,20,000 71 5,75,489 100.68 2010 - 11 3,00,000 147.9 4,20,608 5(upto September) Total 4,80,000 273.9 11,33,931 165.41

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TRAINING OF 8000 YOUTH OF J&K 23.21 The Scheme is to develop the skills of youth of the State of Jammu and Kashmir under Modular Employable Skills for the gainful employment. 8000 youth are proposed to be trained in the year 2010-11 and further 8000 in 2011-12. Out of the 8000 target of trainees per year, 2000 youth are proposed to be trained within the state of J&K and the rest 6000 at different parts of the country through various.

23.22 Vocational Training providers (VTPs) registered under the Skill Development Initiative Scheme of DGE&T. In addition to the cost of training, the trainees under the scheme will be provided with stipendary support by the Central Government. Status: - Training of J& K youth started at various VTPs registered under the SDI Scheme in different parts of the country. Training with in the State of J&K started at VTPs registered in the State.
Table 23.1

List of ITIs along with Industry Partner for the Sc heme Upgradation of 1396 Government ITIs through Public Private Partnership (PPP) for 2007-08
Sl. No 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 Name of the IMC/ITI Name of the Industry Partner Andhra Pradesh (ITI-20) ITI Medchal M/s. Meera & Ceiko Pumps Pvt. Ltd. Azanbad Industrial Area, Hyderabad. ITI, Ongole ITI, Tada ITI, Bhadrachalam ITI, DLTC, GUNTUR ITI, Sanathnagar ITI, Visakhapat-num ITI, Bhongir ITI(W) Etcherla Srikakulam ITI, Alwal ITI,Srisailam ITI, Karvetinagaram ITI, Dhone ITI, DLTC Gudur ITI, Venkatagiri ITI, Anantapur ITI,/DLTC, Mallepally, Hyderabad ITI, ,/DLTC Mahabubnagar ITI, ,/DLTC Srikakulam ITI, Shadnagar Kerala ITI, Attingal ITI, Chengannur ITI, Kozhikode ITI, Kannur ITI, Kasaragode M/s. Glaxy Granites No. 11 Industrial Estate, Ongole . M/s. Shri City SEZ Pvt. Ltd. Tada, P&M, Nallore District. M/s. ITC Ltd., Paper Boards & Specialty, Paper Boards Division. M/s. ITC Ltd., I.L.T.D. Division, Guntur. M/s.Poloman Instrumentation Pvt. Ltd. Sanathnagar, Hyderabd. M/s. Brandix India Aooarel City (Pvt.) Ltd. Visakhapatnam. M/s. KLR Service Ltd., Hyderabad M/s. Suresh Rubber Industries, Srikakulam. M/s. Vem Technologies (Pvt.) Ltd., Bachupally. M/s. Venkateshwara Mechanical and Engineering, Hyderabad. M/s. Amar Raja Power System Pvt. Ltd., Triupati M/s. Sreeniwasa Minerals, Dhone M/s. Samanth Engineering Pvt. Ltd., Nallore. M/s. Lanco Industries Srikalahasthi Chittoor District. M/s. MG Metallic Springs Pvt. Ltd., Ananthapur M/s. B2B Software Technologies Ltd., Hyderabad M/s. GSB Forge Pvt. Ltd., Hyderabad M/s Sri Mhadeo Jute Twine Mills, Rajam M/s. GM HBL Power Systems Ltd., Nandigaon (ITI-05) M/s. Elasto Tapes Ltd. Kochi, Kerala M/s.Samudra Shipyard Pvt. Ltd. M/s. Pee Key Steel Casting Pvt. Ltd. Nallalam, Kozhikode

26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36

ITI , (W) Indore ITI, Khandwa ITI, Dhamnod ITI, Ujjain ITI, (W) Ratlam ITI, Neemuch ITI, Jawad ITI, (W) Rewa ITI, Sagar ITI, (W) Gwalior ITI, Bhind

M/s. Mascot Industries Azhikode, Kanur M/s. J.R. Steel Industries, Near L.V. Temple Kanhangad Madhya Pradesh (ITI-21) M/s. Hertz Electronics, M/s. Erawat Engineering, Pithampur M/s. Satyam Cotton Processor Pvt.Ltd., Dhamnod. M/s. Singh Cold Storage Pvt. Ltd., Ujjain. M/s. D.P. Industries, Ratlam M/s. Filterco Company, Neemuch M/s. Vikram Cement, Jawad M/s. Ashok Plastic Industries, Rewa. M/s. M.P. Small Scale Industries Orgainzation M/s. Noortech & Feb Pvt. Ltd., Gwalior M/s. K. S. Oil Mills Ltd. Morena

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37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87

ITI, Bhopal ITI, Vidisha ITI, Raisen ITI, (W) Sehore ITI. Itarsi ITI, (W) Jabalpur ITI, Katni ITI, Chindwara ITI , Tonkkhurd ITI, Vijayraghav, Gharh ITI, Shahapur ITI, Belapur ITI,(Girls) Nashik ITI, Sinner ITI, Niphad ITI, Yeola ITI, Akkalkuwa ITI, Jamner ITI, Shrigonda ITI, Newase ITI, Pathardi ITI, Shirpur ITI, Daund (Varvand) ITI, Purander (Saswad) ITI, Khed ITI, Pandharpur ITI, Mangalwedha ITI, Vita ITI, Wai ITI, Dahiwadi (Man) ITI, Aurangabad (W) ITI, Badnapur ITI, Bhokardan ITI, Ashti ITI, Basmatnagar ITI, Dharmabad ITI, Bhokar ITI, Kalamb ITI, Latur (W) ITI, Ahmadpur ITI, Morshi ITI, Mozari ITI, Pusad ITI, Umerkhed ITI, Manglurpeer ITI,Devari ITI, Saleksa ITI, Tiroda ITI, Bhandara (W) ITI, Tumsar ITI, Sakoli

M/s. Bhargava Industries, Bhopal M/s. M.P. Small Scale Industrial Organiztation, Bhopal M/s. Indrapuri Trading & Manufacturing Co. Pvt. Ltd. M/s Shailendra Engineering, Sehore M/s. M.P. Small Scale Industries Orgainzation M/s. M.K. Industries, Adhartal M/s. Katni Tiles Works Pvt. Ltd, Katni M/s. J.R. Chemicals, Chhindwara M/s. Tata International Dewas M/s. ACC Cement Factor, Kymore Maharashtra (ITI-62) M/s. JSW Steel Ltd., Shahapur, Thane M/s. ASAPP Media Pvt. Ltd., Mumbai M/s. Gogate Electro Systems Pvt. Ltd., Nashik M/s. SMP Autotech Pvt. Ltd, Nashik M/s. Sushil Grapes Exports Co. Nifad M/s. Akruti City Gold Institute., Mumbai M/s. Techno Fab Engg. Dhule M/s. Jain Irrigation Systems Ltd, Jalgaon M/s. Microtech Industries, Ahmednagar M/s. GKN Sinter Metals Ltd., Ahamadnagar M/s. Jifcon Tools Ltd., Ahamadnagar M/s. Priyadarshini Sahakari Sutgirni, Shirpur M/s. Vishay Componanats Pvt. Ltd., Pune M/s. Electronica Machine Tools Pvt. Ltd., Saswad M/s. Bharat Forge India Ltd., Pune M/s. Laxmi Hydraulics Ltd., Solapur M/s. Precision Camshafts Ltd., Solapr M/s. Kirloskar Brothers Ltd., Kirloskarwadi, Sangli M/s. Garware Wall Ropes Ltd., Wai M/s. Kay Bouvet Engg. Pvt. Ltd., Satara M/s. Wakhardt Industries Ltd., Aurangabad M/s. Akruti City Gold Institue., Mumbai M/s. Hindustan Composite Pvt. Ltd., M/s. Endurance Systems (1) Pvt.K-226/2 M/s. Siemens Ltd., Aurangabad M/s. JDT Diamond Tools Pvt. Ltd., Aurangabad M/s. Nirlep Appliances Pvt. Ltd., Aurangabd M/s. Videocon Industries Ltd., Aurangabad M/s. Videocon Industries Lt., Aurangabad M/s. Jain Diamond Tools, Aurangabad M/s. Ispat Industries Ltd., Nagpur M/s. Jadhav Gears, Amravati M/s. Raymond Uco Denim Pvt. Ltd., Yeotmal M/s. Raymond Uco Denim Pvt. Ltd., Yeotmal M/s. J.S. Corporation, Akola M/s. Ashok Leyland Ltd., Bhandara M/s. Gayatri Agro Indl. Power Ltd., Gondia M/s. Adani Power Maharashtra Pvt. Ltd., M/s. Sunflag Iron & Steel Co., Bhandaara M/s. Sunflag Iron & Steel Co., Bhandaara M/s. Ashok Leyland Ltd., Bhandara

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88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 134 135 136 137

M/s. Oberoi Hotel & Resorts M/s. Maharashtra Electrosmelt, Mul, Chandrapur M/s. Sandeep Metals Pvt. Ltd., Nagpur M/s. Jejani Pulp & Paper Mill Desaiganj Pvt. Ltd M/s. Butkhardt Compression (India) Pvt. Ltd M/s. Prithipal Singh & Co. Pvt. Ltd. M/s. Videocon Industries Ltd., Aurangabad M/s. Raymond Uco Denim Pvt. Ltd. Kiran Machine Tools, Jalgaon ITI, Parola M/s. Kiran Machine Tools, Jalgaon ITI, Ambad M/s. NRB Bearings Ltd., Jalana ITI, Nandgaon Dist. Amravati M/s. Deegee Cotsyn Pvt Ltd.,Nandgaon Khan eshwar ITI, Satana Dist. Nashik M/s. Shalaka Shafts Pvt. Ltd.,Ambad, Nashik ITI, Parali & vaijnath Dist Beed M/s. Rucha Engineers Pvt. Ltd. ITI, Chandwad Dist. Nashik M/s. Kailash Treatments, Panchvati, Nashik ITI, Dharni Dist. Amravati M/s. Aspa-bandsons Ltd. ITI, Girls Dist. Amravati M/s. Hotel Shripad Continental ITI, Women Dist. Akola M/s J.S. Corporation, Akola ITI,Phondaghat Dist. Sindhudurg M/s. Sapale Auto Service Pvt. Ltd., Phondaghat ITI.women, Dist.aundh, pune M/s. Videocon Industries Ltd., ITI , Bhoom Dist.Osmanabad M/s. Videocon Industries Ltd., Aurangabad. ITI, Warora M/s. Pee. Vee. Textiles Jam, Samudrapur. Karnataka (ITI-26) ITI, Wilson garden, Vivek Nagar, M/s. Awake Industry Association Bangalore ITI, Vittalapur, Bangalore M/s. JSW Steel Ltd., Hospet ITI, (W) Urwastore, Mangalore M/s. Manipal Group of Industry ITI, Jawahar Road, Bangalore M/s. Bhoruka Welfare, Bangalore ITI (W),Kolar, M/s. Lakshmi Embroidery Pvt. Ltd ITI, Zewargi M/s. Patil Group of Industry ITI, Jamkhandi M/s. Artistic Pvt .Ltd. ITI, Hunsur M/s. TVS Motor Company Ltd., Mysore ITI, Humnabad M/s. Geodesik Techniques Ltd., Bangalore ITI, (W) Hosur Road M/s. NTTF Electronics Centre, Bangalore ITI, Hospet T.B. DAM M/s. JSW Steel Ltd., Hospet ITI, H D Kote M/s. Madhura Garments Exports ITI,Gundlupet (W) M/s. Supreme Pharmaseutical Pvt. Ltd., Mysore ITI, Gulbarga(W) M/s. Patil Group of Industries, Gulbarga. ITI, Gadag M/s. Trident Powercraft Pvt. Ltd. ITI, Dharwad M/s. NTTF Technical Training Center, Dharwad ITI,Taluk Office Road, Devanahalli M/s. Kirloskar Toyoda Textile Machinery Ltd., ITI, Ambewadi M/s. The West Coast Paper Mills Ltd. ITI, Vijya pura, Chickmagalur M/s. Amps Electrical Facility Services ITI,(W), Udyambag M/s. Bhoruka Welfare, Bangalore ITI, Bagepalli M/s. Life style Services ITI, Hadavanalli (Ammasandra) M/s. Precision Industrial Component, Bangalore ITI, (W) Channarayapattana M/s. Taj Group of Hotels ITI, Sira M/s. Sumaya HMX Systems Ltd. ITI, Wadi M/s. ACC Ltd. ITI, Tumkur M/s. Sumaya HMX Systems Ltd. Gujarat (ITI-19) ITI, Rapar M/s. Suzlon Energy Ltd. ITI, Panandhro M/s. Sanghi Cement Ltd. ITI, Dhrangadhra M/s. DCW Ltd.
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138 139 140 141 142 143 144 145 146 147 148 149 150 151 152 153 154 155 156 157 158 159 160 161 162 163 164 165 166 167 168 169 170 171 172 173 174 175 176 177 178 179 180 181 182 183 184 185 186

ITI, Valiya ITI, Mandvi (Kutchh) ITI, Keshod ITI, Khedbrahma ITI, Savli ITI, Bardoli ITI, Balisana ITI, Lunawada ITI, Dhandhuka ITI, Waghodiya ITI, Dwarka ITI, Rajula ITI, Ukai ITI, Talala ITI, Mahuva (Bhavnagar) ITI, Naswadi

M/s. Cadila Pharma Ltd., M/s. Ashapura Minechem Ltd. M/s. Hindustan Uniliver Ltd. M/s. Asian Granito Ltd. M/s. Jewel Consumer Care Pvt. Ltd. M/s. Batliboi Ltd. M/s. Apollo Industrial Product Ltd. M/s. Inox India Ltd. M/s. Cadila Pharma Ltd. M/s. Jord Engg. India Ltd. M/s. Tata Chemicals M/s. Pipavav Shipyard Ltd. M/s. J.K Paper Mills M/s. Max Precision Bearing Pvt. Ltd. M/s. Pipavav Shipyard Ltd. M/s. Danke Electricals. Uttar Pradesh (ITI-25) ITI, Mainpuri M/s. Maharaja Agro Ltd., Mainpuri ITI, Azamgarh M/s. Laghu Udyog Samiti, Partner- Bharat Engg. Industries, P3, Industrial Estate, Azamgarh ITI, Gonda M/s. The Balrampur Chini Mills Ltd., Distt. Balrampur (U.P) ITI, Etah M/s. Educomp Solutions Ltd., Gurgaon ITI, Shahjahanpur M/s. DSCL, Shahjahanpur ITI, Faizabad M/s. Yash Papers Ltd., Faizabad ITI, Fatehpur M/s. Shri Lakshmi Cotsyn Ltd. Fatehpur ITI, Unnao M/s. Superhouse Accessories Ltd. Kanpur ITI, Hardoi M/s. DSCL, Hardoi ITI, Sitapur M/s. Educomp Solutions Ltd.,Gurgaon ITI, Charbagh, Lucknow M/s. PTC Industries,Lucknow ITI, Chaukaghat, Varanasi M/s. Hindalco Industries Ltd.,Renukoot ITI, Mau M/s. Mahabir Industrial Enterprises, Mau. ITI, Chandausi M/s. Educomp Solutions Ltd., Gurgaon ITI, Budaun M/s. Param Engineers (P)Ltd., Bareilly. ITI, Farrukhabad M/s. Vidya Ply Board Pvt. Ltd.,Gandhiganj, Shahjahanpur ITI, Orai M/s Ram Shree Foods Pvt.Ltd., Orai ITI, Deoria M/s. J.P Chemicals, Deoria. ITI, Banda M/s. Ram Shree Foods Pvt.Ltd., Orai ITI, Mathura M/s. Giriraj Foils (P) Ltd., Mathura ITI, Pilibhit M/s. LH Sugar Factory,Pilibhit ITI Rampur M/s. Xerox India Ltd. ITI, Jaunpur M/s. Kapoor Engineering Works ITI,Mahova M/s. K.V Industries Mahova ITI Partapgarh M/s. Maya Industries Ltd. West Bengal (ITI-04) ITI, Suri M/s. Bakreswar Thermal Poweer Ltd. ITI, Malda M/s. Sukhjit Starch Industries ITI, Raiganj M/s. Kalyani Solvex (P) Ltd. ITI, Kolkata M/s. Credai Bengal Orissa (ITI-04) ITI , Puri M/s. Swosti Group ITI, Cuttak M/s. RSB Transmission(I) Ltd. ITI, Umerkote M/s. Manglam Timber Pvt. Ltd. ITI,(W) Chatrapur M/s. Shakti Electronics Pvt. Ltd.

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187 188 189 190 191 192 193 194 195

ITI, Gannipur, Muzarffarpur ITI, Dheri On-Sone ITI, Hajipur ITI, Munger ITI, Sikar ITI,(W) Jaipur ITI, Abu Road ITI, Nagaur ITI, Bhilwara

Bihar (ITI-04) M/s. Uttam Technology M/s. Kalyanpur Cements Ltd., M/s. Amrapali Foods M/s. Indian Tabaco Company Ltd., Munger Rajasthan (ITI-17) M/s. Sekhawati Plantation Pvt. Ltd. M/s. Kamtech Associates P. Ltd.,307, Shrigopal Tower C-Scheme, Jaipur M/s. Raj Westpower Ltd. M/s. Rajsthan Industries, 13 Heavy Industrial Area, Jodhpur M/s. Kanchan Group of Industries, Achint Chemicals, Near St. Anslems School, PB No.47, Subhash Nagar, Bhilwara. M/s. Electro Mech Industries, G-12, Chambal Industrial Area, Kota M/s. Kushal Bagh Marble P. Ltd, G-76-79/85/88 Road No. 5,RIIOO Industrial Area, Dahod Road , Banswara. M/s. Educomp, 514, Udyog Vihar III, Gurgaon M/s. Havells India Ltd. M/s. Toshniwal Industries Pvt. Ltd. M/s. Lakheri Cement Works, ACC Cement Ltd, Lakheri Distt. Bundi M/s. Vidyut Telectronics Ltd.,H-108-109,Heerawala Industrial Area (Near Kamota), Jaipur M/s. Honda Siel Cars India, Ltd. M/s. Educomp, 514, Udyog Vihar III, Gurgaon M/s. Educomp, 514, Udyog Vihar III, Gurgaon M/s. Educomp, 514, Udyog Vihar III, Gurgaon M/s. Educomp, 514, Udyog Vihar III, Gurgaon Jharkhand (ITI-02)

196 197

ITI, Bundi ITI, Banswara

198 199 200 201 202 203 204 205 206 207

ITI, Paratapgarh ITI (W), Alwar ITI (W) Ajmer ITI, Lakheri ITI, Beawer ITI, Bhiwari ITI, Balotra ITI, Khetri ITI, Jhalawar ITI, Dungarpur

208 209 210 211 212 213 214 215 216 217 218 219

ITI , Chaibasa ITI, Daltonganj ITI , Sitarganj ITI, Mussoorie ITI, Almora ITI,Sald Mahadev ITI, Dineshpur ITI, Kalsi ITI,Chamba ITI, Doiwala ITI,Vikasnagar ITI, Rajur Road Dehradun

M/s. ACC Ltd. M/s. Bihar Caustic & Chemicals Ltd. Uttarakhand (ITI-10) M/s. Khatema Fibres Ltd. M/s. Hotel Madhuban M/s. College Of Engg. Roorkee M/s. Tata Motors Ltd. M/s. Tata Motors Ltd. M/s. Staya Industries Mohbewala M/s. Tehri Hydro Development Corp. Ltd. M/s. D.P.E. Premnagar Doiwala M/s. Janardhan Plywood Industries Ltd. M/s. Kanchi Nirman Pvt.Ltd. Assam (ITI-06) M/s. Kamrup Minerals & Chemicals (Pvt) Ltd M/s. Gold Star Holding M/s. Hotel Atithi M/s. Trans Virtual Pvt. Ltd,
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ITI , Tezpur ITI, Tinsukia(W) ITI, Guwahati ITI , Nalbari

205

224 225 226 227 228 229 230 231 232 233 234 235 236 237

ITI, Dhemaji ITI, Tinsukhia ITI ,Jagdalpur ITI, Parpodi ITI, Raipur (W) ITI, Kabirdham ITI, Kharsia ITI, Gharghoda ITI, Mahasmmund ITI, Berla ITI, Kasdol ITI, Rajpur ITI, Bemetra ITI, Konibilaspur

238 239 240 241 242 243 244 245 246 247 248 249 250 251 252 253 254 255 256 257 258 259 260 261 262 263 264 265 266 267 268 269 270 271 272.

ITI, Cuddalore ITI, Tiruppur ITI, Salem(W) ITI, Mettur Dam ITI, Nagercoil ITI, Theni ITI, Chekkanurani ITI, Dindigul (W) ITI, Needamangalam ITI, Virudhunagar ITI, Ulundurpettai ITI, Thiruchendur ITI,Kaithal ITI,Bhiwani ITI,Kurukhetra ITI, Bahdurgarh ITI, Nagina ITI, Ferojepur Jhirka ITI, Hasangarh ITI, Meham ITI, Mahendergarh ITI, Narnaul ITI, Sadhuara ITI, Ganaur ITI, Rewari(W) ITI, Bilaspur ITI, Poanta Sahib ITI, Nalagarh ITI, Nehranupkhar ITI(W) Palampur ITI(W), Dharamshala ITI(W), Hamirpur ITI, Bhoranj ITI (W), Kasauli ITI, Tabarijo

M/s. Sunrise Agro Export Pvt.Ltd. M/s. TI Motors Pvt Ltd. Chhatisgarh (ITI-12) M/s. Heliwal Cold Storage M/s. ACC Ltd. M/s. Kakkar Bhawan M/s. Mahamaya Ispat M/s. Jindal Steel & Power Ltd. M/s. Jindal Steel & Power Ltd. M/s. Goyal Foods M/s. Bhilai Steel plant M/s. Bhimsaria Doors Pvt. Ltd. M/s. Bhimsaria Doors Pvt. Ltd. M/s. Bhimsaria Doors Pvt. Ltd. M/s. Chhatisgarh Laghu and Sahayak Udyog Sangh Tamil Nadu (ITI-12) M/s. Foods Fats & Fertilisers Ltd. M/s. Gemini Communication Ltd. M/s. Sabandam Spinning Mills Ltd. M/s. Southern Iron And Steel Company Ltd. M/s. Joe Engg. Works M/s. M.M.Synthetics M/s. Fenner (India) Ltd. M/s. C.A.V.Cotton Mills Ltd. M/s. G.B. Engineering Enterprises Pvt. Ltd. M/s. Mafoi Management Consultant Ltd. M/s. Hyundai Motor India Ltd. M/s. The India Cements ltd. Haryana (ITI-13) M/s. India Can Education Pvt. Ltd., Noida M/s. IndiaCan Education Pvt. Ltd., Noida M/s. IndiaCan Education Pvt. Ltd., Noida M/s. Reliance Harayana SEZ Limited M/s. Sona Koyo Steering Systems LTD. M/s. Career Launcher India LTD. M/s. Carrer Launcher India LTD. M/s. Carrer Launcher India LTD. M/s. GRP. Industries LTD. M/s. GRP. Industries LTD. M/s. Yamuna Power And Infrastructure LTD. M/s. Osram India PVT. LTD. M/s. Rico Auto India LTD. Himachal Pradesh (ITI-9) M/s. Gagal Cement Works M/s. A Power Himalayas Ltd. M/s. BBN Industries Association M/s. Dateline Publication M/s. Tea Planter & Social Worker M/s. Kangra Herbs Pvt. Ltd. M/s. WeP Peripheral Ltd. M/s. Transcore Industries M/s. Horological Components (P) LTD. Arunachal Pradesh (ITI-1) M/s. National Hydro Power Corporation

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273 274 275 276 277 278 279 280 281 282 283 284 285 286 287 288 289 290 291 292 293 294 295 296 297 298 XXII 299 300

ITI, (SC) Fategarh, Churian ITI, Ropar (W) ITI, Phillaur (W) ITI, Phagwara (W) ITI, Morinda(W) ITI, Nabha (W) ITI, Baba Bakala ITI, Derababananak (W) ITI, Barnala (W) ITI, Barnala ITI, Pathanankot(W) ITI, Khanna(W) ITI, Ranike(Amritsar) ITI, Anandpur Sahib (W) ITI, Kharar(W) ITI, Soondh, Nawanshahr ITI, Manuke ITI, Neelpur, Rajpura(W) ITI, Patiala(W) ITI, Hoshiarpur(W)

ITI, Kathua ITI, Udhampur ITI, Pulwama ITI, Samba ITI, Budgam ITI, Ganderbal Tripura (ITI-01) ITI, Indranagar, Agartala (W) M/s. CII, Industry Building, Agartala Chandigarh (ITI-01) ITI,GCCI (W), Chandigarh M/s. IDS Infotech Ltd.

Punjab (ITI 20) M/s. Khosla Industries, Batala M/s. Carrer Maker M/s. Career Launchers India Ltd. M/s. Career Launchers India Ltd. M/s. Career Launchers India Ltd. M/s. Swaraj Automotives M/s. Srishti Constructions M/s. Delux Kutali Works M/s. Trident Group (Raikot) M/s. Trident Group (Raikot) M/s. VEE & VEE International Pathankot M/s. Malwa Industries Ltd. (Garment Division) M/s. Centre for Vocational Education & Training (C-PYTE) M/s. Ambuja Cements Ltd. M/s. Centre for Vocational Education & Training M/s. Rai Steel Industries M/s. Educomp Solutions Ltd. M/s. Educomp Solutions Ltd. M/s. Educomp Solutions Ltd. M/s. Educomp Solutions Ltd. J&K (ITI 06) M/s. Industrial Equipment Comp. M/s. Associations of Industries Udhampur M/s. Link Way Crushers Tengpura M/s. Vinayak Synthetics M/s. Eiffel Electronics M/s. M.D.Qadri Group of Industries

List of ITIs alongwith Industry Partner for the Scheme Upgradation of 1396 Government ITIs through PPP for 2008-09 Sl.No Name of the IMC/ITI Name of the Industry Partner Andhra Pradesh (ITI-36) M/s. Sukhjith Starch Mills. M/s. Sudhakar Polymers(P) Ltd. M/s. NTPC, Jyotinagar, Karimnagar. M/s. Suryalatha Spinning Mills. M/s.Galaxy Granites. M/s. Sumanth Engineering (P) Ltd. M/s. Sumanth Engineering(P) Ltd. M/s. Vinayak agro Industries. M/s. Warangal RICE Millers Welfare Association . M/s. V.S.R.M. Financieries Annakapally. M/s. Rayalaseema Green Energy Ltd. M/s. Sakambari Oil Mills Factory. M/s. Sakambari Oil Mills Factory. M/s. RITE SAIT Industries Autonagar.
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ITI(W), Shivaji Nagar ITI, Nalgonda ITI(W), Karimanagar ITI, Kalwakurthy ITI(W), Ongole ITI(W), Chittedu(V) ITI, Nellore (W) ITI (Minorities), Bodhan ITI, Warangal (W) ITI, Nalgonda (W) ITI, Thandrapadu ITI, Adilabad (W) ITI(Tribal), Utnoor ITI, Gudivada (W)

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Sl.No 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36.

Name of the IMC/ITI ITI, Khammam (W) ITI, Anantapur (W) ITI, Seethampeta ITI (Minorities), Kadapa ITI, Bhimavaram (W) ITI, Bhadragiri ITI, Vikarabad ITI, Mannanoor ITI, Dindi ITI, Quli Qutub Shah (W) ITI, Thumballapalle ITI, Punganur ITI, Rajahmundry-W ITI, Yellareddy ITI, Secundrabad ITI, Chinthalapudi ITI, Kammarpally ITI, Ethurunagaram ITI, Bheemgal ITI, Narsipatnam ITI, Araku Valley ITI, Kukunoorpally

Name of the Industry Partner M/s. Sri Vyshnavi Foods Pvt. Ltd. M/s MG Metallic Springs Pvt. Ltd. M/s Rajam Poly Pack Ltd, Mogilivalasa. M/s Diamond Micro Minerals Company. M/s. Reema Laxshmi Mining and Energy Ltd. M/s. NTPC Limited, Simhadri. M/s. CCI, Tandur. M/s. Sree Rama Engineering Company. M/s., Jayadev Mela, Sudhakar PVC Products . M/s. Federation of A P Chambers of Commerce. M/s. K D B sugars and Distillers. M/s. K D B sugars and Distillers. M/s. Andhra Pradesh Mills Ltd. M/s. Sukhjit Starch Mills. M/s. Auto Fin Ltd. M/s. Efftronics Systems Pvt. Ltd. M/s. Sukhjit Starch Mills. M/s. Bilt Graphic Paper Products. M/s. Sukhjit Starch Mills. M/s. Raviteja Industries. M/s. JSW Aluminum Ltd. M/s. Pennar Industries Ltd. Arunachal Pradesh (ITI-01) M/s. Neepco Ltd. Assam (ITI-05) M/s. Kailashpati Cement, Baksa. M/s. North East Chamber of Commerce & Industry. M/s. Kamrup Minerals Pvt. Ltd. M/s. Trans Virtual Pvt. Ltd. M/s. Nikita Marketing Services Pvt. Ltd. Bihar (ITI-04) M/s. NTPC, Barh, PO - Barh Distt. Patna. M/s. Power Grid Corporation of India Ltd. Patana. M/s. Power Grid Corporation of India Ltd. Patana. M/s. Birla Institute of Technology, Patana. Chhattisgarh (ITI-10) M/s. Grasim Cement,Unit of Grasim Industries Ltd. M/s. NTPC Ltd. Korba. M/s. Jindal Steel & Power Ltd. M/s. Carrier Launcher, New Delhi. M/s. Urla Industries Association. M/s. Sarda Energy Ltd. M/s. VICON Infrastructure Pvt. Ltd. M/s. S.E.C.L Chimri, Dist. Korea. M/s. Carrier Launcher, New Delhi. M/s Godavary Power & Ispat Ltd. Dadar & Nagar Haveli (ITI-01) M/s. Alok Industries Ltd.

37.

ITI, Dirang

38. 39. 40. 41. 42.

ITI, Barpeta ITI, Bongaigaon ITI, Dhansiri ITI, Gorgoan ITI, Morigaon

43. 44. 45. 46.

ITI, Begusarai ITI, Buxar ITI, Marhowrah ITI, Patana

47. 48. 49. 50. 51. 52. 53. 54. 55. 56.

ITI, Maro ITI, Pali ITI, Sarangarh ITI, Sakti ITI, Narayanpur (W) ITI, Saragaon ITI, Dhamtari ITI, Chimri ITI, Basna, ITI, Hathband

57.

ITI, Silavassa

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Name of the IMC/ITI

58. 59. 60. 61. 62. 63. 64. 65. 66. 67. 68. 69. 70. 71. 72. 73. 74. 75. 76. 77. 78. 79.

ITI, Palsana ITI, Sanand ITI, Bharuch ITI, Patdi ITI, Viramgam ITI, Jamkhambhaliya ITI, Porbandar ITI, Padra ITI, Bhanvad ITI, Anand (W) ITI, Dhoraji ITI, Dharampur ITI, Olpad ITI, Gorwa ITI, Zalod ITI, Matar ITI, Balashinor ITI, Sankheda ITI, Jabugam ITI, Dahegam ITI, Kalol ITI, Thaltej

80. 81. 82. 83. 84. 85. 86. 87. 88. 89. 90. 91. 92.

ITI, Bahdurgarh (W) ITI, Sohana ITI, Ambala Cantt. ITI, Kalka ITI, Barwala ITI, Hathin ITI, Faridabad (W) ITI, Kaithal (W) ITI(W), Bhiwani ITI, Nalwa ITI, Adampur ITI, Adampur (W ITI, Hansi (W)

Name of the Industry Partner Gujarat (ITI- 22) M/s. ABG Shipyard Ltd. M/s. Transformer & Rectifiers India Ltd. M/s. Jindal Shipyard Ltd. M/s. DCW Ltd. M/s. Meghmani Organics Ltd. M/s. Gujarat NRE Coke Ltd. M/s. Orient Abrasive Ltd. M/s. Transpek Industry. M/s. Geetha Machine Tools Pvt. Ltd., Jamnagar. M/s. Atlanta Electricals Pvt. Ltd. M/s. Atul Motors Pvt. Ltd. M/s. Twenty First Century. M/s. NTPC Ltd. M/s. Banco Products (India) Ltd. M/s. Setco Automotive Ltd. M/s. Alpha Nippon Innovatives Ltd. M/s. JSL Industries Ltd. M/s. Kusters Calico Machines. M/s. Kemroc Industries & Exports Ltd. M/s. Gelco Electronics Pvt. Ltd. M/s. Electrotherm India Ltd. M/s. Effective Teleservices Pvt Ltd. Haryana (ITI-13) M/s. Reliance Haryana, SEZ, Limited. M/s. Subros Limited. M/s. Premier Shield Private Limited. M/s. Premier Shield Private Limited. M/s. Career Launcher India Limited. M/s. Hi Tech Gear. M/s. Rai Foundations. M/s. Rai Foundations. M/s. IndiaCan Education Pvt. Ltd. Noida M/s. Jindal Stainless Ltd. M/s. Career Launcher India Limited. M/s. Career Launcher India Limited. M/s. Career Launcher India Limited. Himachal Pradesh (ITI- 11) M/s. Ambuja Cement factory, Darlaghat, Solan. M/s. Highway Retraders Pvt. Ltd. Mandi. M/s. NTPC Ltd., Barmana, Bilaspur. M/s. Highway Retraders Pvt. Ltd. Mandi. M/s. Highway Retraders Pvt. Mandi. M/s. Krishal Katoch tip top garments. M/s. Kufri Hotel Pvt. Ltd. M/s. NTPC, Koldam. M/s. Dateline Publication. M/s. Manali Roller Flour Mills Pvt. Ltd. M/s. Manali Roller Flour Mills Pvt. Ltd.

93. 94. 95. 96. 97. 98. 99. 100. 101. 102. 103.

ITI, Jubbal, Shimla ITI, Paplog, Mandi ITI, Berthin, Bilaspur ITI, Joginder Nagar ITI, Bagsaid ITI, Saliana ITI, Rajgarh ITI (PH),Sundernagar ITI, Bani ITI, Kullu-W ITI, Sainj

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106. 107. 108. 109. 110. 111. 112. 113. 114. 115. 116. 117. 118. 119. 120. 121. 122. 123. 124. 125. 126. 127. 128. 129. 130. 131. 132. 133. 134. 135. 136.

ITI, Sapore ITI, Char-I - sharief ITI, Kulgam ITI, Bandipora ITI, Reasi ITI, Mundargi ITI, Arkalguda ITI, Arsikere ITI, Channagiri ITI, K.M Doddi ITI, Kollegala ITI, Lingasagur ITI, Nippani ITI, Pavagada ITI, Vital ITI, Nesargi ITI, Sadalga ITI, Ponnampet (W) ITI, Ramanagara ITI, Beelagi ITI, Challakere ITI, Bharamasagara ITI, Kadur ITI, Kalaghatagi lITI, Savadatti ITI, Gokak ITI, Mysore ITI, Akkialur ITI, Belthangadi ITI, Guttal ITI, Mundagodu

Name of the Industry Partner Jharkhand (ITI-02) M/s. Tata Steel Ltd. M/s. Hyderabad Industries Ltd. J&K (ITI-05) M/s. Alpine Products Sopore. M/s. Diamond Grinding Media Industries. M/s. Kanwal Industries Pvt. Ltd. M/s. Sushil Industries. M/s. NHPC ltd. Karnataka (ITI-26) M/s. Ericsson & Richards (Karwar/Goa). M/s. Hamshine Electronics. M/s. KTwo Technology Solutions Pvt. Ltd. M/s. Career Launcher India Pvt. Ltd. M/s. BEHL Ltd. M/s. Career Launcher India Pvt. Ltd. M/s. Everonn Systems India Ltd. M/s. Career Launcher India Pvt. Ltd. M/s. Kennametal India Ltd. M/s. Shri Venkateshwara Processors. M/s. Career Launcher India Pvt. Ltd. M/s. Everonn system India Ltd. M/s. Karnataka Hybrid Micro System. M/s. Affordable Business Solutions Pvt. Ltd. M/s. Career Launcher India Ltd. M/s. Career Launcher India Ltd. M/s. Silicon Micro System. M/s. Metro Cash & Carry. M/s. KTwo Technology Solutions Pvt. Ltd. M/s. Everonn system India Ltd. M/s. Gokak Mills. M/s. Velankani Information System Pvt. Ltd. M/s. Gokak Textile Ltd. M/s. Affordable Business Solutions Pvt. Ltd. M/s. Gokak Textiles Ltd. M/s. Eriscson & Richards Kerala (ITI- 05) M/s. National Thermal Power Plant Limited. M/s. Kerla State Electricity Board. M/s. Wood House Limited. M/s. Kerla State financial Corporation. M/s. Sumesh Wood Industries, Small Scale Industries. Madhya Pradesh (ITI-16) M/s. Agarwal Mills, Aurangpura. M/s. Simplex Engineering Corporation. M/s. Maharaja Processor. M/s. Samridhi Construction Corporation. M/s. Vikash Concrete Industries. M/s. Kunal Industries. M/s. Jila Udyog Sangathan. M/s. Kabra Khandsari Sugar Mills Pvt. Ltd.

137. 138. 139. 140. 141.

ITI, Chenneerkara ITI, Kattappana ITI,Areacode,Malappuram ITI, Kozhikode (W) ITI, Kayyur, Kasaragode

142. 143. 144. 145. 146. 147. 148. 149.

ITI, Mandleshwar ITI, Niwas ITI, Nepangar ITI, Shahpura ITI, Gotegoan ITI, Pandhurna ITI, Bahoriband ITI, Narsingpur

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Name of the IMC/ITI ITI, Gadarwara ITI, Majholi ITI, Alot ITI, Panna ITI, Seoni ITI, Bargi ITI, Harda ITI, Nainpur

158. 159. 160. 161. 162. 163. 164. 165. 166. 167. 168. 169. 170. 171. 172. 173. 174. 175. 176. 177. 178. 179. 180. 181. 182. 183. 184. 185. 186. 187. 188. 189. 190. 191. 192. 193. 194. 195. 196. 197. 198. 199.

ITI, Andheri ITI, Alibag ITI, Solapur (W) ITI, Mandrup ITI, Kurduwadi ITI, Sangola ITI, Patan ITI, Koregaon ITI, Ambajogai ITI, Pen ITI, Ratanagiri(G) ITI, Uran ITI, Murbad ITI, Kumbharmath, Malvan ITI, Peth ITI, Malegaon ITI, Amalner ITI, Yawal ITI, Hingoli ITI, Omerga ITI, Chakur ITI, Renapur ITI, Chikhali ITI, Malkapur ITI, Shegaon ITI, Lakhandur ITI, Paoni ITI, Samudrapur ITI, Narkhed ITI, Bhivapur ITI, Parseoni ITI, Hinga ITI, Digras ITI, Ralegaon ITI, Ghantanji ITI, Mohadi ITI, Arjunimorgaon ITI, Bhatkuli ITI, Achalpur ITI,Mandangad ITI, Rajapur ITI, Gangapur

Name of the Industry Partner M/s. Kabra Khandsari Sugar Mills Pvt. Ltd. M/s. Simplex Tublar Structure Pvt. Ltd. M/s. Shriram Industries. M/s. Bricks Manufacturing Unit, Panna M/s. MP Small Scale Industries Organization M/s. Power Grid Corporation of India Ltd. M/s. MP Small Scale Industries Organization. M/s Vikrant Brothers, Jabalpur Maharashtra (ITI- 55) M/s. Keystone Realtors Pvt. Ltd. M/s. ISPAT Industries Ltd. M/s. B.R. Bakale & Sons. M/s. Lokmangal Udyog. M/s. Rudrali Hi Tech Tools Pvt. Ltd. M/s. Lokmangal Udyog. M/s. Datta Tools Pvt. Ltd. M/s. G.M. Bartakke Electrofab Pvt. Ltd. M/s. Natural Sugar & Allied Industries Ltd. Osmanabad. M/s. ISPAT Industries Ltd. M/s. Finolex Industries Ltd. M/s. JNPT, Uran. M/s. JSW Steel Ltd. M/s. Nirman Realtors & Developers Ltd. M/s. Reliance Electronics, Nasik. M/s. M.B. Sugar & Pharmaceuticals Ltd. M/s. Sumadhu Engg. Industries. M/s. Soyo Systems. M/s. Muncipal Council Shopping Complex. M/s. Pragati Motors. M/s. Shri Venkatesh Metal Works. M/s. Shri Venkatesh Metal Works. M/s. Genext Auto Industries. M/s. Birla Cotsyn India Ltd. M/s. Vikamshi Fabrics. M/s. Ashok Leyland Ltd. M/s. Ashok Leyland Ltd. M/s. ISPAT Industries Ltd. Geetapuram. M/s. ISPAT Industries Ltd. Geetapuram. M/s. ISPAT Industries Ltd. Geetapuram. M/s. ISPAT Industries Ltd. Geetapuram. M/s. ISPAT Industries Ltd. Geetapuram. M/s. Padsons Industries (P) Ltd. M/s. Raymond Uco Denim Ltd. M/s. Raymond Uco Denim Ltd. M/s. Sun Flag Iron & Steel Co. M/s. Delite Industries. M/s. Jadhao Gears, M.I.D.C. M/s. GUKSS Industries. M/s. ISPAT Industries Ltd. M/s. ISPAT Industries Ltd. M/s. NRB Bearing Ltd.
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Name of the IMC/ITI ITI, Karjat ITI, Murtijapur ITI, Shahdad ITI, Chalisgaon ITI, Welhe ITI, Murud ITI, Shriwardhan ITI, Shirala ITI, Atpadi ITI, Shirol ITI, Parner ITI, Rahuri ITI, Sangamner

213. 214.

ITI, Lunglei ITI, Saiha

215.

ITI (W), Dimapur

216. 217.

ITI, Malviya Nagar, N. Delhi. ITI, Mayur Vihar

218. 219. 220.

ITI, Barbil ITI, Takatpur ITI, Purana Chandra

221. 222. 223. 224. 225. 226. 227. 228. 229. 230. 231. 232. 233. 234. 235. 236. 237. 238. 239.

ITI, Ahmedgarh (W) ITI, Ajnala ITI, Banur ITI, Bhogpur (W) ITI, Ferozpur (W) ITI, Gujjarwal ITI, Kartarpur (W) ITI, Malerkotla ITI, Moonak (W) ITI, Moga (W) ITI, Muktsar (SC) ITI, Nakodar ITI, Nawanshahr (W) ITI, Samrala (W) ITI, Sarainaga ITI, Sirhind (W) ITI, Sultanpur Lodhi (W) ITI, Sunam (W) ITI, Tanda Urmur

240. 241.

ITI, Dausa ITI, Sirohi

Name of the Industry Partner M/s. Keystone Realtors Pvt. Ltd. M/s. Anup Engg. Industries, MIDC. M/s. Elemech Engineers. M/s. Essential Equipment. M/s. Prag Industry Ltd. M/s. Ispat Industry Ltd. M/s. Ispat Industry Ltd. M/s. High Speed Rubber Ltd. M/s. HRM&C Kirloskar Brothers Limited. M/s. Kulkarni Power Tools Ltd. M/s. Mayur Industries. M/s. Kohinoor Planet Construction Pvt. Ltd. M/s. Electronics Machine Tools Ltd. Mizoram (ITI-02) M/s. Mizoram Chamber of Industry. M/s. Mizoram Chamber of Industry. Nagaland (ITI-01) M/s. Window Media. New Delhi (ITI-02) M/s. NTPC, Badarpur. M/s. IP Generation Co. ltd. Orissa (ITI-03) M/s. Jindal Steel & Power Ltd. M/s. Balasore Chamber of Industries & Commerce. M/s. North Orissa Chamber of Commerce & Industry. Punjab (ITI-19) M/s. Sunder Amarsheel Cheritable Trust New Delhi. M/s. Dashmesh Drug Pharma. M/s. Jupiter Aqua Lines Ltd. Mohali. M/s. Kalbros Drugs & Chemical Mfgs. Pvt. Ltd. M/s. Dev Raj Hi Tech Machines Ltd. M/s. Jaimal Export Pvt. Ltd. M/s. International Surgical Industries. M/s. Sunder Amarsheel Charitable Trust New Delhi. M/s. Green Agro Industries. M/s. Moonak Fertilizers. M/s. Navrav Garments. M/s. Rajhans International. M/s. River Valley Clothing India Ltd. M/s. Jupiter Aqua Lines Ltd. Mohali. M/s. Gill Agriculture Implements Pvt. Ltd. M/s. Sunder Amarsheel Charitable Trust New Delhi. M/s. Bombay Motors Trading Company. M/s. Saggu Agro Industries, Sunam. M/s. Rajhans International. Rajasthan (ITI-15) M/s. Career Launcher India Limited. M/s. Lakshmi Udyog Oil Field Equipments Pvt. Ltd.

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Name of the IMC/ITI ITI, Jodhpur (W) ITI, Tonk ITI, Hanumangarh ITI, Jaitaran ITI, Jalore ITI, Kishangarh ITI, Udaipur (W) ITI, Dholpur ITI, Sagwara ITI, Rawabhata ITI, Bhawanimandi ITI, Karauli ITI, Anta

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ITI, Paramakudi ITI, Pudukkottai ITI, Coonoor ITI, Thiruvannamalai ITI, Aundipatti (W)

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ITI, Udaipur

261. 262. 263. 264. 265. 266. 267. 268. 269. 270.

ITI, Topvan ITI, Uttarkashi ITI, Karanprayag ITI, Barkot ITI, Gopeshwar ITI, Rudraprayag ITI, Dugadda ITI, Srinagar ITI, Haldwani-W ITI, Ramnagar

271. 272. 273. 274. 275. 276. 277. 278. 279. 280. 281. 282. 283. 284.

ITI, Ghatampur ITI, Bijnor ITI, Gulaoti ITI(W), Agra ITI, Civil Lines Bareilly ITI, Aonla Barielly ITI, Barielly (W) ITI, Katara ITI, Simbhaoli ITI, Atrauli ITI, WW, Katra Allahabad ITI, WB-W, Aliganj, Lucknow ITI, (WB-W), Kanpur ITI, (WB-W), Chaukaghat,

Name of the Industry Partner M/s. Conventry Metals Rajasthan Pvt. Ltd. M/s. Shree Industries. M/s. Srinath Health Education Society. M/s. Paras Kuhad & Associates. M/s. Amay Home Services Ltd. M/s. Career Launcher India Limited. M/s. Bharat Hotels Ltd. M/s. Ircon International Ltd. M/s. Edu Comp Solutions Ltd. M/s. Nuclear Power Cooperation of India Ltd. M/s. Electro- Mech Industries, Kota. M/s. Edu Comp Solutions Ltd. M/s. NTPC, Anta. Tamil Nadu (ITI-05) M/s. Shri Kannapiran Mills Ltd. M/s. Cethar Vessels Ltd. M/s. TVS Motors Ltd. M/s. Leo Prime Comp. Pvt. Ltd. M/s. V. I Micro Systems Pvt. Ltd. Tripura (ITI-01) M/s. Industrial Leasing & Financial Services. Uttarakhand (ITI-10) M/s. NTPC, Topvan. M/s. NTPC, Uttarkashi. M/s. Power Transmission Corp. of Uttarakhand Ltd. M/s. Hero Honda Motors Limited. M/s. Tehri Hydro Development Corporation Ltd. M/s. N.H.P.C. Limited. M/s. U.P.C.L. M/s. Doon Ghati College of Professional Education. M/s. Ashok Leyland Ltd. M/s. Bajaj Auto Ltd. Uttar Pradesh (ITI-18) M/s. Automobile Industries, Ghatampur, Kanpur Nagar M/s. Hindustan Coca Cola. M/s. Mohan Dairy& Industries, Bulandshar. M/s. Indian Industries Association Lucknow. M/s. Narayan Education Society. M/s. J K Sugar Mill. M/s. Himalaya Furnitures. M/s. Allahabad Dairy. M/s. Sri Ram Piston & Rings Ltd. M/s. Manish International. M/s. Allahabad Dairy, Allahabad. M/s. Kanjaria Associates Pvt. Ltd. M/s. Kripal Textiles Mills (P) Ltd. M/s. Hindalco Industries Ltd.

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Name of the IMC/ITI Varanasi ITI, (W), Raibareli ITI, (WB-W), Saket, Meerut ITI, Bachcha Park, Meerut ITI, Railway Colony, Gorakhpur

Name of the Industry Partner M/s. Saral Industries, Raebareli. M/s. Jain Engg Works, Meerut. M/s. Jain Engg Works, Meerut. M/s. Care Medical Devices Ltd. West Bengal (ITI-12) M/s. United Breweries Ltd. M/s. JSW Bengal Steel Ltd. M/s. Ramswarup Industries Limited. M/S, Gontermann Peiper(I) Ltd. M/s. Bengal Hospitality(P), Ltd. M/s. Associated Toolings (India). M/s. Inshield Bituminus Pvt. Ltd. M/s. Damodar Valley Corporation. M/s. Pecon Services Pvt. Ltd. M/s. Titagarh Wagon Limited. M/s. NTPC Limited. M/s. PS Group Reality Limited.

289. 290. 291. 292. 293. 294. 295. 296. 297. 298. 299. 300.

ITI, Fulia ITI, Jhagram ITI, Shibpur ITI, Amtala ITI, Balurghat ITI, Hooghly ITI, Burdwan (W) ITI, Chhatna ITI,Siliguri (W) ITI, Barrackpore ITI, Berhampore ITI(B&G), Kolkata

List of ITIs alongwith Industry Partners for the S cheme of "Upgradation of Government ITIs through PPP", 2009-10 SI. No Name of the IMC/ITI Name of the Industry Partner Andhra Pradesh (ITI-03) M/s. East India Commercial Co. Ltd. M/s. Vyjayanath Engineers & Profiles Pvt. Ltd. M/s. APNPDCL. Arunachal Pradesh (ITI-01) M/s. Geo Enpro Petroleum Ltd. Assam (ITI-07) M/s. Fabric Plus Pvt. Ltd. M/s. Brahmaputra Business P Ltd. M/s. North Eastern Electric power Corporation Ltd. M/s. Barak Valley Cements Ltd. M/s. Harimandir Path. Bihar (ITI-02) M/s. The Best Towers (P) Ltd. M/s. National Institute of Engineering & Technology Chhattisgarh (ITI-15) M/s. Monnet ISPAT & Energy Ltd. M/s. SECL Bishrampur. M/s. D B Power. M/s. Dainik Bhaskar Group. M/s. Maruti Clean Coal & power Ltd. M/s. Vicon Infrastructure Pvt. Ltd. M/s. R N Furnitures Manufactures M/s. Vishal Iron & Steel Corporation. M/s. Lakshmi Industries.

1. 2. 3.

ITI, Eluru ITI, Mallepally, RICC ITI, Warangal

4.

ITI, Balinong

5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

ITI, Bhergaon ITI, Goalpara ITI, Haflong ITI, Karimganj ITI, S. Salmara

10. 11.

ITI, Bettiah ITI, Hathwa

12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

ITI, Arang ITI, Ambikapur (W) ITI, Dabra ITI, Dharamjaigarh ITI, Korba ITI, Mainpur ITI, Malkharoda ITI, Mohla ITI, Pakhanjur

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Name of the IMC/ITI ITI, Patthalgaon ITI, Pussore ITI, Raigarh (W) ITI, Sanjari ITI, Sariya ITI, Suregoan

27.

ITI, Vasco

28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. 48. 49. 50. 51. 52.

ITI, Agasi ITI, Amirgadh ITI, Chandkheda ITI, Chhotaudeppur ITI, Chikali ITI, Chotila ITI, Deesa ITI, Devgadhbaria ITI, Didiyapada ITI, Harji ITI, Kapadvani ITI, Mandvi ITI, Nizar ITI, Siddhpur ITI, Uchchal ITI, Una ITI, Valod ITI, Vansda ITI, Vijapur ITI, Zankhav ITI, Kalvad ITI, Khambhat ITI, Kumbhariya ITI, Idar (W) ITI, Rajkot (W)

53. 54. 55. 56. 57. 58. 59. 60. 61. 62.

ITI, Ballah ITI, Baran ITI, Gurgoan (W) ITI, Kalka (W) ITI, Kund Menethi ITI, Hissar (W) ITI, Jind (W) ITI, Makroli Kalan ITI, Rohtak (W) ITI, Samalkha (W)

63. 64. 65.

ITI, Bangana ITI, Chamba (W) ITI, Chopal

Name of the Industry Partner M/s. Cement Concrete Castings. M/s. Talaipali Coal Mining Project, NTPC Ltd. M/s. D B Power. M/s. Vivek Castings. M/s. Golden Engg. Industries M/s. R. K Steel Industries. Goa (ITI -01) M/s. Society for Industries & Technical Education of Goa. Gujarat (ITI -25) M/s. Alok Industries Ltd. M/s. Gujarat Energy Transmission Co-operation Ltd. M/s. The Gateway Hotel. M/s. Madhya Gujarat Vij Company Ltd. M/s. Mafatlal Denim Ltd. M/s. New age Industries. M/s. Mundra Ports And SEZ Ltd. M/s. Zeus International Godhra. M/s. Gujarat Industries Power Company Ltd. M/s. Gujarat Energy Transmission Co-operation Ltd. M/s. CM Simth & Sons Ltd. M/s. Gujarat State Fertilizers and Chemical Ltd. M/s. Gujarat State Electricity Corporation Ltd. M/s. Apollo Constructions Eqp. (P) Ltd. M/s. Gujarat State Electricity Corporation Ltd. M/s. Gujarat Heavy Chemical Ltd. M/s. Sh. Rameshwar Textile Mills Ltd. M/s. Welspun India Ltd. M/s. Ratnamani Metals and Tubes Pvt. Ltd. M/s. Gujarat Industries Power Company Ltd. M/s. Shri Natraj Ceremic & Chemical Ind. Ltd. M/s. Oswal M/C. Ltd. M/s. Vimal Microns Ltd. M/s. Sonata Ceramica Pvt. Ltd. M/s. Amul Industries Pvt. Ltd. Haryana (ITI -10) M/s. Career Point Infosystems Ltd. M/s. FCS Solutions Ltd. M/s. Maruti Suzuki India Ltd. M/s. FCS Solutions Ltd. M/s. FCS Solutions Ltd. M/s. JSL Ltd. M/s. Rai Foundation. M/s. FCS Solutions Ltd. M/s. Rai Foundation M/s. Rai Foundation Himachal Pradesh (ITI-10) M/s. Satluj Jal Vidyut Limited. M/s. Svino Furnishers. M/s. Ambuja Cemnets Ltd.
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SI. No 66. 67. 68. 69. 70. 71. 72.

Name of the IMC/ITI ITI, Dhameta ITI, Deegal (W) ITI, Jawali (W) ITI, Nahan (W) ITI, Nurpur ITI, Reckong Peo (W) ITI, Udaipur

73. 74. 75. 76.

ITI, Leh ITI, Mendhar ITI, Poonch ITI, Sunderban

77. 78.

ITI, Jamshedpur ITI, Ranchi (W)

79. 80. 81. 82. 83. 84. 85. 86. 87. 88. 89. 90. 91. 92. 93. 94. 95. 96. 97. 98. 99. 100. 101.

ITI, Alurusiddapura ITI, Babaleshwaer ITI, Chincholi ITI, Gangavathi ITI, Guledagudda ITI, Hanamasagar ITI, K R Pete ITI, Kudligi ITI, Maddur ITI, Mangluru Grama ITI, Mudgal ITI, Naragund ITI, Paduvalahippe ITI, Pala ITI, Pandavapura ITI, Peradur ITI, Periyapatna ITI, Ramadurg ITI, Sudi ITI, Talakal Grama ITI, Tarikere ITI, Thuruvkere ITI, Udupi

102. 103. 104. 105. 106. 107. 108. 109. 110. 111.

ITI, Attappady ITI, Chathannoor ITI, Chalakudy (W) ITI, Chengannur (W) ITI, Kalamassery (W) ITI, Kannur (W) ITI, Kazhakuttom (W) ITI, Kuzhalmannam ITI, Mala Kuruvilassery ITI, Malampuzha (W)

Name of the Industry Partner M/s. Dateline Publication. M/s. BBN Industries Association. M/s. K. Kumar & Company Builders. M/s. Ruchira Papers. M/s. K. Kumar & Company Builders. M/s. Cafeteria Roof Hotel & restaurant M/s. Manali Roller Flour Mills. Jammu & Kashmir (ITI -04) M/s. NHPC Ltd. M/s. Mohd. Asgar M/s. Kumar Radios & electronics Works. M/s. School of Mathematics Sciences & Engg. Jharkhand (ITI -02) M/s. Tata Motors Ltd. M/s. Usha Martin Ltd. Karnataka (ITI-23) M/s. Askar Microns Pvt. Ltd. M/s. Teamlease Services Pvt. Ltd. M/s. Manipal K12 Education Pvt. Ltd. M/s. Manipal K12 Education Pvt. Ltd. M/s. Manipal k12 Education Pvt. Ltd. M/s. Silicon Micro Systems. M/s. HMT Ltd. M/s. Teamlease Services Pvt. Ltd. M/s. JK Tyres & Industries Ltd. M/s. Silicon Micro Systems. M/s. Patil Group of Industries. M/s. Shradha Tools and Die Making, Hubli M/s. Askar Microns Pvt. Ltd., Mysore. M/s. Teamlease Services Pvt. Ltd. M/s. Teamlease Services Pvt. Ltd. M/s. Udupi Chamber of Industry & Commerce. M/s. Silicon Micro Systems. M/s. Everonn Systems India Ltd. M/s. Sharaddha Tools & Dies. M/s. Anand Engg. Works. M/s. Anchor Hospitality & Property Services. M/s. Gowrishankar Chemicals Pvt. Ltd. M/s. Udupi Chamber of Industry & Commerce. Kerala (ITI-10) M/s. SEPR Refactories India Ltd. M/s. The Quilon M/s. Golden Vintage group of companies koratty. M/s. Prabhuram Mills, Kotta. M/s. O/E/N India Ltd. M/s. Mascot Industries. M/s. Sri J. Krishnakumar. M/s. K. Kottikrishnan. M/s. Skyline Foundation & Structures Ltd. M/s. Fluid Control Research Institute, Kanjikode.

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Name of the IMC/ITI

112. 113. 114. 115. 116. 117. 118. 119. 120. 121. 122. 123. 124. 125. 126. 127. 128. 129. 130.

ITI, Alirajpur ITI, Ater ITI, Benibari ITI, Budni ITI, Chhindwara (W) ITI, Ghansor ITI, Jaithari ITI, Jobat ITI, Kirnapur ITI, Kukshi ITI, Kotma ITI, Kurai ITI, Mandsaur ITI, Nasrullaganj ITI, New Ramnagar ITI, Rahatgaon ITI, Sabalgarh ITI, Sailana ITI, Manpur

131. 132. 133. 134. 135. 136. 137. 138. 139. 140. 141. 142. 143. 144. 145. 146. 147. 148. 149. 150. 151. 152. 153. 154. 155. 156. 157. 158. 159. 160.

ITI, Ajara ITI, Akrani ITI, Armori ITI, Arni ITI, Aundha (Nagnath) ITI, Ausa ITI, Babhulgaon ITI, Balapur ITI, Barshi ITI, Bhadrawati ITI, Bhiwandi ITI, Chamorshi ITI, Chimur ITI, Dapoli ITI, Devgad ITI, Dhanora ITI, Etapalli ITI, Gaganbawada ITI, Georai ITI, Ghansawangi ITI, Gondipipari ITI, Hatkanangle ITI, Jafrabad ITI, Jalgaon (w) ITI, Jath ITI, Jintur ITI, Kaij ITI, Kalamnuri ITI, Kalyan ITI, Karjat

Name of the Industry Partner Madhya Pradesh (ITI-19) M/s. Bajrang Tiels, Gram- Borkhad. M/s. Jai Maruti Gas Cylinder ltd. M/s. Chemical Industries M/s. Power Tracks PCC M/s. J R Chemicals M/s. C/o. Jaigovind Kundan Lal M/s. Shahdol Pipe Works M/s. Bhandari Blocks & Bricks, Jhabua. M/s. Baba ramdev Tiles Industries M/s. Dainik Bhaskar M/s. S K Cold Storage (P) Ltd. M/s. C/o. Jaigonind Kundan Lal M/s. Subham Industries M/s. Abhishek Industries Ltd. M/s. Rajesh Varma. M/s. K P Industries M/s. J K tyre and Industries Ltd. M/s. DGM DB Power. M/s. Rajratan Global Wires Pithampur. Maharashtra (ITI-60) M/s. Power Group of Industries. M/s. ELMECH Engineers. M/s. Ballapur Industries Ltd. M/s. Sainath Industries Pvt. Ltd. M/s. SR Metals. M/s. Shivanand Industries. M/s. Balaji Electro Smelters Ltd. M/s. Tulsi Polymers. M/s. Shiram Filaments Pvt. Ltd. M/s. Power Grid Corporation of India Ltd. M/s. Maharashtra State Electricity Transmission Co. Ltd. M/s. Ballarpur Industries Ltd. M/s. Sai Techniques. M/s. Bharti Shipyard Ltd. M/s. Ispat Industries. M/s. Sigma Electricals. M/s. Lloyds Metals & Engineers Ltd. M/s. Vishnusons Industries. M/s. Expert Global. M/s. Vinodrai Engg. Pvt. Ltd. M/s. The Time Engineers. M/s. Sadharam Tex com. M/s. Vishwa tooling Systems Pvt. Ltd. M/s. Raymonds Ltd. M/s. Magnewin Magnetics M/s. Vorfahrt Engg. Solutions Pvt. Ltd. M/s. IDEAS Engineers. M/s. Dhananjay Group of Companies. M/s. Maharashtra State Electricity Distribution Co. Ltd. M/s. Larsen & turbo Ltd.
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SI. No 161. 162. 163. 164. 165. 166. 167. 168. 169. 170. 171. 172. 173. 174. 175. 176. 177. 178. 179. 180. 181. 182. 183. 184. 185. 186. 187. 188. 189. 190.

Name of the IMC/ITI ITI, Khalapur ITI, Korchi ITI, Kuhi ITI, Mangaon ITI, Mantha ITI, Maregaon ITI, Medha ITI, Mohol ITI, Mokhada ITI, Mouda ITI, Mul ITI, Mulashi ITI, Murgud ITI, Nigbhid ITI, Pachora ITI, Palghar ITI, Partur ITI, Radhanagari ITI, Sangameshwar ITI, Selu ITI, Shahuwadi ITI, Shrirampur ITI, Sillod ITI, Surgana ITI, Talasari ITI, Taloda ITI, Tuljapur ITI, Turkewadi ITI, Uchande ITI, Vaijapur

191.

ITI, Mokokchung

192.

ITI, Siri Fort (W)

193. 194. 195. 196. 197.

ITI, Anandpur ITI, Bargarh ITI, Boudh ITI, Dhenkanal ITI, Malkangiri

198.

ITI, Pondicherry

199. 200. 201. 202.

ITI, Bathinda (W) ITI, Chuharchak (W) ITI, Dera Bassi (W) ITI, Dharmkot (W)

Name of the Industry Partner M/s. Mahindra Ugine Steel Co. Itd. M/s. Career Launcher India Ltd. M/s. Maharashtra State Electricity Transmission Co. Ltd. M/s. Nirman Realtors & Developers Ltd. M/s. Kirti Industries. M/s. Vinayak Kotex Pvt. Ltd. M/s. Abhijat Equipment Pvt. Ltd. M/s. Thirumala Precicasts Pvt. Ltd. M/s. MT Educare (P) Ltd. M/s. NTPC Mouda. M/s. Sandeep Metal Crafts Pvt. Ltd. M/s. Bajaj Auto Pvt. Ltd. M/s. Manugraph India Ltd. M/s. Sigma Electricals. M/s. Dwarka Industries. M/s. JSW Steel Ltd. M/s. Meta Roll & Commodities Pvt. Ltd. M/s. Vijay Engg. Works. M/s. ISPAT Industries Ltd. M/s. Indira Sahakari Soot Girani. M/s. D S Dudhane Group of Industries. M/s. G K N Sinter Metals Ltd. M/s. Maharashtra State Electricity Trans. Co. Ltd. M/s. Maharashtra State Electricity Co. Ltd. M/s. Batliboi Ltd. M/s. Shree Son Technology Pvt. Ltd. M/s. Shri Gurukirpa Engg. Works. M/s. Fair Field Atlas Pvt. Ltd. M/s. Supper Tools. M/s. Maharashtra State Electricity Distribution Company Ltd. Nagaland (ITI-01) M/s. Symbios Creations Pvt. Ltd. New Delhi (ITI-01) M/s. Sheela Foam Pvt. Ltd. Orissa (ITI-05) M/s. OMC Ltd. M/s. Director Plant ACC Ltd. M/s. CESC House M/s. National Thermal Power Corporation M/s. OHPC Ltd. Puducherry DT (ITI-01) M/s. Integra Software Services Pvt. Ltd. Punjab (ITI-22) M/s. KOSVA Industries. M/s. Onkar Automobiles M/s. Choice Resort M/s. Kriti Institute for Computer Education-93.

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Name of the IMC/ITI ITI, Dhuri (W) ITI, Fathegarh Churian (W) ITI, Faridkot (SC) ITI, Gidderbaha (W) ITI, Gurdaspur (W) ITI, Hariana ITI, Hoshiarpur ITI, Jaitu (W) ITI, Jandiala Guru (W) ITI, Jassowal-Kular ITI, Kotka Pura (W) ITI, Ludhiana (W) ITI, Mansa (SC) ITI, Otalan ITI, Sangrur (W) ITI, Tarn Taran (W) ITI, Talwandi Chudhrian ITI, Zira (W)

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ITI, Amer ITI, Anupgarh ITI, Bagidora ITI, Baran ITI, Bayana ITI, Bikaner (W) ITI, Chittorgarh ITI, Churu ITI, Dudu ITI, Kherabad ITI, Kotputli ITI, Luni ITI, Mandalgarh ITI, Merta City ITI, Nathdwara ITI, Phalodi ITI, Pipar City ITI, Pokaran ITI, Rajasamand ITI, Sawaimadhopur ITI, Sultanpur ITI, Suratgarh

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Name of the Industry Partner M/s. J S Mechanical Works M/s. Punjab Computers. M/s. Sonia Plastic Industry M/s. Pawaha Furniture House Manufacture and Supplier M/s. Sunsuck Technologies. M/s. Sharp Industries. M/s. JCB India Ltd. M/s. Moti Timber Trader M/s. Dashmesh Rice Mills. M/s. Sanhar Renewable Engineer. M/s. Kissan Agro Foods (P) Ltd. M/s. Jassi Kirpal Sons M/s. SK Steel Industries M/s. Public Engg. Works. M/s. GEE Seeds Company M/s. S.M.B Autos. M/s. JCB India Ltd. M/s. Kirti Institute for Computer Education. Rajasthan (ITI -22) M/s. NBT Ltd. M/s. Nagpal Enterprises (P), Ltd. M/s. Mahi Cement M/s. Dynamic Engineers. M/s. Titagarhwegon Ltd M/s. Tirupati Gems. M/s. Kanchan group Of Industries M/s. Gita Mittal Foundation M/s. R S Power Systems. M/s. Mangalam Cement Ltd. M/s. Kamtech KPO Park Ltd. M/s. Taj Hari Mahal. M/s. Achint Chemicals P Ltd. M/s. Bafna Electrical. M/s. Mewar Polytex Ltd. M/s. Bhandari Exports. M/s. Qualitech Metal Industries M/s. Bhandari Exports. M/s. J K Rehab Equipments M/s. A Unit of Taj Group Hotels. M/s. Bhaskar Exxoils Pvt. Ltd. M/s. Manoj Industries Tamil Nadu (ITI-10) M/s. Tespa Tools Pvt. Ltd. M/s. Valluvar Group of Companies M/s. Everonn Systems India Ltd. M/s. Laurus Edutech (P) Ltd. M/s. Sakthi Auto Components Ltd. M/s. S. Duraisamy & Sons. M/s. Updater Services (P) Ltd. M/s. Derik Monofil Pvt. Ltd. M/s. Thirumalai Chemicals Ltd.
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Name of the IMC/ITI ITI, Sankarapuram ITI, Tenkasi

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ITI, Dharmanagar

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ITI, Amethi ITI, Barabanki ITI, Campierganj ITI, Chandauli ITI, Charkari ITI, Faridpur, Bareilly ITI, Gauriganj ITI, Gorakhpur (W) ITI, Hathras ITI, Jagdishpur ITI, Javer ITI, Jhansi (W) ITI, Kadipur ITI, Khajni ITI, Lalganj Azamgarh ITI, Lalitpur ITI, Maharajganj ITI, Mankapur Gonda ITI, Modhonagar ITI, Mohamdabad Gohana ITI, Musafirkhana ITI, Naurangia ITI, Padrauna ITI, Patti ITI, Phoolpur, Azamgarh ITI, Rasra ITI, Saidpur ITI, Salon ITI, Sarsawa ITI, Seorahi ITI, Shahganj Jaunpur ITI, Sirathu

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ITI, Gadarpur ITI, Thandi ITI, Jayanti ITI, Thalisain Garhwal ITI, Chamiyala ITI, Kanda ITI, PJJ Britend Corner ITI, Jaspur ITI, Peeran Kaliyar

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ITI, Alipurduar ITI, Jalpaiguri

Name of the Industry Partner M/s. Aravind Group of Companies M/s. Plasweave Pvt. Ltd. Tripura (ITI-01) M/s. Solex Casting Uttar Pradesh (ITI -32) M/s. IVS Food Pvt. Ltd. M/s. Aditya Pharmaceutical Group Inc. M/s. Dr. Humayun (MD) Care Medical Device Ltd. M/s. Metal Craft Engineering. M/s. Ram Shree Foods Pvt. Ltd. M/s. Coral Motors Pvt. Ltd. M/s. IVS Food Pvt. Ltd. M/s. Care Medical Devices Ltd. M/s. RCS Roller Flour Mill M/s. IVS Food Pvt. Ltd. M/s. Moserbaer Ltd. M/s. Vikas Udhyog. M/s. IVS Food Pvt. Ltd. M/s. Dr. Humayun (MD) Care Medical Devices Ltd. M/s. ASSOCHAM. M/s. Rajesh Steel Factory. M/s. Purvanchal Industries. M/s. Bajaj Hindustan Sugar & Industry Ltd. M/s. Purvanchal Industries and Fabrication Sector. M/s. M/s. Ganga Flour & Oil Mills, Mau M/s. IVS Foods Pvt. Ltd. M/s. J P Tyre Retrading Company. M/s. J P Tyre Retrading Company. M/s. Maya Industries Ltd. M/s. Indian Industry Association M/s. Indian Industry Association. M/s. Bryplast P Ltd. M/s. IIA. M/s. Indian Industries Association. M/s. J P Tyre Retrading Company. M/s. Nitesh Engg. Works. M/s. Indian Industries Association. Uttrakhand (ITI -09) M/s. G B Pant University of Agriculture Technology M/s. Kumaon mandal Vikar Nigam Ltd. M/s. Rhydburg Pharmaceutics Ltd. M/s. GVK AHPC Ltd. M/s. ITC Ltd. M/s. Dhauliganga Power Station M/s. Ashok Leyland Ltd. M/s. Alps Industries Ltd. M/s. College Of Engg. Roorkee West Bengal (ITI -05) M/s. Dipa Castings Pvt. Ltd. M/s. Indus Integrated Information Managent Ltd.

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Name of the IMC/ITI ITI, Sabrakone ITI, Subhasnagar ITI, Toofanganj

Name of the Industry Partner M/s. Seacom Projects Ltd. M/s. Technocon Services M/s. Tufanganj Samabay Himghar Samity Ltd.

List of ITIs alongwith Industry Partners for the S cheme of "Upgradation of 1396 Govt. ITIs through PPP", 2010-11 SI. No Name of the Industry Partner Arunachal Pradesh (ITI- 01) ITI, (W) Yupia M/s. Satyam Group of Industries Bihar (ITI- 01) ITI, Supaul M/s. Kanishka Carbons Pvt. Ltd. Chhattisgarh (ITI- 01) ITI, Katghori M/s. SECL Area, Baikuthpur Delhi (ITI- 04) ITI, Jaffarpur M/s. V & S International Pvt. Ltd. ITI, Jahangirpuri M/s. Tata Motors Ltd. ITI, Nand Nagri M/s. Tata Motors Ltd. ITI, Narela M/s. Punj Lloyd Ltd. Himachal Pradesh (ITI- 02) ITI, (W) Nalagarh M/s. BBN Industries Association ITI, (W) Una M/s. Kaushal Flour Mill Tahkiwal, Una Jammu & Kashmir (ITI-02) ITI, Shopian M/s. Rahim group of Industries ITI, Tral M/s. Rahim group of Industries Kerala (ITI-02) ITI, Kollam M/s. Western India Cashew Co. Pvt. Ltd., Kollam ITI, Nilambur M/s. Thodupuzha Engineers. Maharashtra (ITI-04) ITI, Anjangaon M/s. Breezy Fan & Furniture Company, Akola ITI, Karmala M/s. R R Electricals ITI, Lanja M/s. JSW Infrastructure Ltd. ITI, Motala M/s. D.S. Industries, Aurangabad ITI, Shindkehda M/s. Universal Strach- Chem Allied Ltd. Uttar Pradesh (ITI-04) ITI, Ibrahimbad (Ballia) M/s. R S Industries ITI, Kasganj M/s. Indian Industries Association ITI, Sambhal M/s. Narayan Educational Society, Bareilly ITI, Sultanpur (W) M/s. Mamta Steel India Pvt. Ltd. West Bengal (ITI-02) ITI, Chinsurah M/s. Seacom Projects Ltd. ITI, Satish Chandra, Kalanabagram M/s. Seacom Group. Name of the IMC/ITI

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10. 11.

12. 13.

14. 15. 16. 17. 18.

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Capacity Building Programme for ITI Principals at Institute Design for Electrical Measuring Instrument (IDEMI), Mumbai

Upgradation through Public Private Partnership ITI, Khed, Maharashtra: Machinery and Equipments in new workshop provided by Industry Partner

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Table 24.1

Total number of Employment Exchanges (at the end of 31.12.2009, Includes the following : University Employment Information and Guidance Bure aux (UEIGBx) Professional and Executive Employment Exchanges Special Employment Exchanges for the Physically Han dicapped Special Employment Exchange for Plantation Labour

969

83 15 42 01

The work done in regard to registration and placeme nt during 2010 (upto July) is given in Table 24.2 Table 24.2 (In lakh) Number of Job seekers on the Live Register as on 31 .07.2010 Men 258.21 Women 128.33 Total 386.54 Number of Job-seekers placed during 2010 (January-July) Men Women Total 1.06 0.30 1.36

Number of Job-seekers registered during 2010 (January-July) Men Women Total 21.56 11.98 33.54

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Table 24.3 (In thousand)


Year Employment Registration Placement Vacancies Submissions Live made Exchanges notified Register

2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 (Upto July )

945 947 947 947 965 968 969 969

5462.9 5373.0 5437.1 7289.5 5434.2 5315.9 5693.7 3353.6

154.9 137.7 173.2 177.0 263.5 305.0 261.5 139.9

256.1 274.61 349.2 358.2 525.8 570.8 419.5 283.2

1917.3 1801.4 2402.0 3029.5 3666.1 3344.0 2589.3 1872.0

41388.7 40457.6 39347.8 41466.0 39974.0 39112.4 38152.2 38653.8

Number of Job-seekers on the Live Register as on 31.12.2009 >> Men >> Women >> Total Number of Job-seekers placed during 2009 >> Men >> Women >> Total Number of Job-seekers registered during 2009 >> Men >> Women >> Total

(in lakh) 257.47 124.05 381.52 2.09 0.53 2.62 37.04 19.90 56.94

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Box 24.1 Details of Publications Employment Exchange Statistics Quarterly Employment Review Annual Employment Review Educational, Occupational and Industrial profile of employees in India Trade Apprenticeship Training in India under Apprenticeship Training Scheme This is an annual publication of DGE&T. It gives complete Employment Exchange statistics along with their detailed analysis. It gives major industry-wise employment situation in the Organised sector of the economy on quarterly basis. This is an annual publication based on EMI data. It gives comprehensive data at three -digit level classification of industry & complete analysis of employment situation prevailing in the Organised sector. This is an annual publication giving the profile of employees in Public & Private Organised sectors. Public & Private sectors are covered in an alternate years. This is an annual publication brought out by the Survey and Study Division of DGE&T. The publication presents statistics on Establishments engaged in Apprenticeship Training, intake capacity, output and their employability in the labour market alongwith briefanalysis of present scenario. The Report as on 31.12.2007 is under finalization. This publication gives the profile of the Central Government Employees working across the country. The census is carriedout through the network of Employment Exchanges (EMI) units locatedin all over the country. The publication " Census of Central Government Employee as on 31.3.2008" is under process. In addition, the Census of Central Government Employees as on 31.03.2009 has been launched. This publication presents analysis of various vocations qualification-wise viz matriculates, ITIs, Diploma holders, Degree and postgraduate qualifications in various branches of engineering,technology, agriculture, medicine, natural sciences, social sciences and teaching etc. The report for the year 2007 is under finalization and the report for another year is under process.

Census of Central Government Employees

Bulletin on Job Opportunities in India

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Employment Assistance to Special Categories

Table-25.1
(in thousands)

Year

Registration

Placement Live Register Total of Women Live Register


24.5 32.4 31.3 46.5 51.8 53.4 29.8 10711.6 10605.6 11781.0 12001.5 12327.1 12404.7 12832.8 40457.6 39347.8 41466.0 39974.0 39112.4 38152.2 38653.8

% of Live Register of Women to Total Live Register


26.5 27.0 28.4 30.0 31.5 32.2 31.5

2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 (Jan-Jul)

1551.5 1606.9 2537.4 1835.5 1755.6 1989.9 1197.7

Category Scheduled Caste Scheduled Tribe Other Backward Class

Activity Registration Placement Live Register Registration Placement Live Register Registration Placement Live Register

Table 25.2 (In lakhs) Year 2007 2008 6.69 6.59 0.22 0.27 63.21 63.84 2.57 3.09 0.21 0.21 21.32 22.4 8.93 9.54 0.12 0.18 88.16 86.90

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(In thousands)

Year 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

Registration 59.5 55.2 52.4 57.2 58.8 57.7 54.9

Placements 3.4 3.9 3.4 3.2 3.4 3.4 3.7

Live Register 532.7 651.8 565.9 578.9 597.4 660.0 669.4

Registration Placement Live Register

12,100 1,062 1,12,362

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Table 25.3 PERFORMACNE DURING THE PERIOD JANUARY-DECEMBER, 2009 Sl. No Description Blind Deaf & Orthpaedically Dumb Handicapped Neg. Leprosy Persons 156 156 Mild Mentally Retarded Persons 7 1037 1034 4 Total

1. 2. 3. 4.

5.

6.

Number of Clients at beginning of 2009 Number of Clients Admitted during 2009 Number of Clients Evaluated during 2009 Number of Clients who left the Centre without Completing evaluation Number of Clients still under evaluation at the end of 2009 Number of Clients rehabilitated during 2009

10 2510 2946 13

41 4350 4323 38

58 20621 20442 157

116 28674 28451 212

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80

127

708

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7021

42

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Craftsmen Training Scheme (CTS)

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Winner State Kerala Maharashtra Tamil Nadu

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Table 27.1
STATEMENT FOR NUMBER OF GOVERNMENT & PRIVATE ITIs /ITCs WITH SEATING CAPACITIES IN VARIOUS STATES/ UNION TERITORRIES AS ON 30.11.2010 NORTHERN REGION Sl. Name of State/UTs Number of Seating Number Seating Total Total Seating No. Govt. ITIs Capacity of Pvt. Capacity ITIs/ITCs Capacity (Govt.) ITCs (Pvt.) 1 CHANDIGARH 2 968 0 0 2 968 2 DELHI 16 11132 57 4204 73 15336 3 HARYANA 82 21400 89 9880 171 31280 4 HIMACHAL 71 9524 103 8748 174 18272 PRADESH 5 JAMMU & KASHMIR 37 4087 1 110 38 4197 6 PUNJAB 95 19524 182 19920 277 39444 7 RAJASTHAN 114 13696 680 79647 794 93343 8 UTTAR PRADESH 301 31964 685 79182 986 111146 9 UTTRAKHAND 59 6523 31 2838 90 9361 SUB- TOTAL 777 118818 1828 204529 2605 323347 SOUTHERN REGION 10 ANDHRA PRADESH 134 24558 508 99636 642 124194 11 KARNATAKA 154 26034 1164 89006 1318 115040 12 KERALA 37 16236 484 53018 521 69254 13 LAKSHDWEEP 1 96 0 0 1 96 14 PODUCHERRY 8 1416 9 508 17 1924 15 TAMIL NADU 60 22120 637 63902 697 86022 SUB-TOTAL 394 90460 2802 306070 3196 396530 EASTERN REGION 16 ARUNACHAL 5 512 0 0 5 512 PRADESH 17 A & N ISLAND 1 273 0 0 1 273 18 ASSAM 30 5744 4 208 34 5952 19 BIHAR 34 11433 342 48777 376 60210 20 JHARKHAND 20 4672 112 27960 132 32632 21 MANIPUR 7 540 0 0 7 540 22 MEGHALAYA 5 622 2 320 7 942 23 MIZORAM 1 294 0 0 1 294 24 NAGALAND 8 944 0 0 8 944 25 ORISSA 26 9872 562 94580 588 104452 26 SIKKIM 4 580 0 0 4 580 27 TRIPURA 8 1040 0 0 8 1040 28 WEST BENGAL 51 12716 24 1800 75 14516 SUB-TOTAL 200 49242 1046 173645 1246 222887 WESTERN REGION 29 CHATTISHGARH 90 10992 46 5120 136 16112 30 D & N HAVELI 1 228 0 0 1 228 31 DAMAN & DIU 2 388 0 0 2 388 32 GOA 10 3264 4 380 14 3644 33 GUJARAT 153 56876 371 21992 524 78868 34 MADHAYA PRADESH 173 25454 85 10738 258 36192 35 MAHARASHTRA 389 97624 316 38228 705 135852 SUB-TOTAL 818 194826 822 76458 1640 271284 GRAND TOTAL 2189 453346 6498 760702 8687 1214048

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Growth of Seating Capacity

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Table 27.2 List of Engineering and Non- Engineering Trades und er Craftsmen Training Scheme as on 01.01.2010. Engineering Trades Sl.No. Name of the Trade Duration Entry Qualification 1 2 3 4 01. Architectural Assistant 1 year Passed 10th class examination with 40% marks in mathematics or Secondary Standard under 10+2 system of education or its equivalent. 02. Attendant Operator (a) 2 years Passed 10th class examination under 10+2 system (Chemical Plant) of education with Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics as one of the subjects or its (b) 6 months equivalent. Passed B.Sc. with Physics & Chemistry. 03. Building Maintenance 6 months Passed 10th class examination under 10+2 system of education or its equivalent. 04. Carpenter 1 year Passed 8th class examination under 10+2 system of education with science as one of the subjects or its equivalent. 05. Draughtsman (Civil) 2 years Passed 10th class examination under 10+2 system of education with Science and Mathematics or its equivalent. 06. Draughtsman (Mechanical) 2 years Passed 10th class examination under 10+2 system of education with Science and Mathematics or its equivalent. 07. Electrician 2 years Passed 10th class examination under 10+2 system of education with Science as one of the subject or its equivalent. 08. Electronic Mechanic 2 years Passed Matriculation examination under 10+2 system of education Science and Mathematics or its equivalent. Passed 10th class examination under 10+2 system of education or its equivalent. Passed 10th class examination under 10+2 system of education or its equivalent. Passed class 8th examination under 10+2 system of education or its equivalent. Passed in 10th class Examination under 10+2 system of education with science Desirable- 12th class with Maths and Physics. Passed 10th class examination under 10+2 system of education with Science as one of the subjects or its equivalent. Passed 10th class examination under 10+2 system of education with Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics as one of the subjects or its equivalent. Passed B.Sc. with Physics & Chemistry. Passed 10th Class Examination under 10+2 System of Education Passed 10th class examination under 10+2 system of education with Physics, Chemistry and

09. 10. 11. 12.

Electroplater Fitter Foundry man Information Technology & Electronics System Maintenance Instrument Mechanic

2 years 2 years 1 year 2 years

13.

2 years

14.

Instrument Mechanic (Chemical Plant)

(a) 2 years

(b) 6 months 15. 16. Decoration and Designing Laboratory (Chemical Plant) Assistant 01 year (a) 2 years

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(b) 6 months 17. 18. 19. 20. Lift Mechanic Machinist Machinist (Grinder) Maintenance Mechanic (Chemical Plant) Marine Fitter 2 years 2 years 2 years 2 years

21.

2 years

22. 23. 24.

25.

26.

27. 28.

Mason (Building Constructor) Mech.Communication Equipment Maintenance Mech. Repair & Maintenance of Heavy Vehicles Mech. Repair & Maintenance of Light Vehicles Mech. Repair & Maintenance of Two Wheelers Mechanic (Diesel) Mechanic (Motor Vehicle)

1 year 1 year 1 year

Mathematics as one of the subjects or its equivalent. Passed B.Sc. with Physics and Chemistry. Passed 10th class examination under 10+2 system of education with science or its equivalent. Passed 10th class examination under 10+2 system of education or its equivalent. Passed 10th class examination under 10+2 system of education or its equivalent. Passed 10th class examination with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics under 10+2 system of education or its equivalent. Passed 10th class examination under 10+2 system of education with 50% marks in Mathematics & Science or its equivalent Passed 8th class examination under 10+2 system of education or its equivalent. Passed Class 10th Exam under 10+2 system of Education or its equivalent Passed Class 10th Exam under 10+2 system of Education or its equivalent Passed Class 10th Exam under 10+2 system of Education or its equivalent Passed Class 10th Exam under 10+2 system of Education or its equivalent Passed 10th class examination under 10+2 system or its equivalent. Passed 10th class examination under 10+2 system of education with Science as one of the subject or its equivalent. Passed 10th class examination under 10+2 system of education with Science as one of the subject or its equivalent. Passed 10th class examination under 10+2 system of education with Science & Mathematics or its equivalent. 1) Essential should have passed 8th class examination under 10+2 system of education or its equivalent. 2) Desirable Passed 10th class examination under 10+2 system of education with science (Physics and Chemistry) as one of the subjects or its equivalent. I. Essential: - Should have passed 8th class examination under 10+2 System of education or its equivalent. II. Desirable: - Passed 10th class Examination under 10+2 system of education with Science (Physics and Chemistry) as one of the subjects. Passed 10th class examination under 10+2 system of education with Science and Mathematics or its equivalent.

1 year

6 months

1 year 2 years

29.

Mechanic (Radio & TV)

2 years

30.

Mechanic (Refrigeration and Air-Conditioner) Mechanic (Tractor)

2 years

31.

1 year

32.

Mechanic Agricultural Machinery

2 years

33.

Mechanic Auto Electrical and Electronics

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Mechanic Computer Hardware Mechanic Consumer Electronics Mechanic Industrial Electronics Mechanic Lens/Prism Grinding Mechanic Machine Tools Maintenance Mechanic Mechatronics Mechanic Medical Electronics Mechanic-cum-Operator Electronics Communication System Operator Advanced Machine Tools Painter General Physiotherapy Technician Plastic Processing Operator Plumber Pump Operator-cumMechanic Radiology Technician (Radio Diagnosis & Radiotherapy) Sanitary Hardware fitter Sheet Metal Worker Spinning Technician Surveyor

2 years 2 years

36 37. 38. 39. 40.

2 years 1 year 3 years 2 years 2 years

41.

2 years

42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. 48.

2 years 2 years 1 year 1 year 1 year 1 year 2 years

Passed 10+2 or Intermediate or Pre-university with Physics as one of the subject. Passed 10th class examination under 10+2 system of education with Mathematics & Science or its equivalent. Passed 12th Class Examination with Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics. Passed Class 10th Exam under 10+2 system of Education or its equivalent Matriculation with Science and Mathematics or its equivalent. Passed 10+2 Class Examination with Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics. Passed 10th class examination under 10+2 system of education with Mathematics & Science or its equivalent. Passed 10th class examination under 10+2 system of education with Science as one of the subject or its equivalent. Passed 12th Class Examination with Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics. Passed 8th class examination or its equivalent. Passed 12th class Exam. Under 10+2 system of education with Physics, Chemistry & Biology. Passed 10th class examination under 10+2 system of education or its equivalent. Passed 8th class examination under 10+2 system of education or its equivalent. Passed 10th class examination under 10+2 system of education with science or its equivalent. Passed 12th class Exam. Under 10+2 system of education with Physics, Chemistry & Biology. Passed 8th class examination under 10+2 system of education or its equivalent. Passed 8th class examination under 10+2 system of education or its equivalent. Passed 10th Class Examination Passed 10th class examination under 10+2 system of education with Science and Mathematics or its equivalent. Passed 10th Class Examination Passed 10th class examination under 10+2 system of education with Science or its equivalent.

49. 50. 51. 52.

06 months 1 year 2 years 2 years

53. 54.

Textile Mechatronics Tool & Die Maker (Dies & Moulds)

2 years 3 years

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55. 56. 57.

Tool & Die Maker (Press Tools, Jigs & Fixtures) Turner Vessel Navigator

3 years 2 years 2 years

58. 59

Welder (Gas and Electric) Weaving Technician

1 year 2 years

60. 61 62 63.

Wireman Marine Engine Fitter Gold Smith Textile Wet Processing Technician

2 years 1 year 1 year 2 year

Passed 10th class examination under 10+2 system of education with Science or its equivalent. Passed 10th class examination under 10+2 system of education or its equivalent. Passed 10th class examination under 10+2 system of education with 50% marks in Mathematics & Science or its equivalent Passed 8th class examination under 10+2 system of education or its equivalent. Passed 10th class examination under 10+2 system of education with Mathematics & Science or its equivalent Passed 8th class examination or its equivalent. 10th class pass with Math and Science or its equivalent 8th class pass Passed 10th class examination under 10+2 system of education with Science and Mathematics or its equivalent. Passed 10th class examination under 10 + 2 system of education or its equivalent. i) Passed 10th Class Examination under 10+2 System of Education. ii) Working knowledge of English & Hindi. Passed 8th class or its equivalent. Passed Class 10th Exam under 10+2 system of Education or its equivalent 12th class pass under 10+2 system or duly recognized Diploma in Engineering from any Polytechnic of 3 years duration after 10th class. Passed 10th Class Examination under 10+2 System of Education. Passed 10th Class exam under 10+2 system of education or its equivalent. Passed 10th Class exam under 10+2 system of education or its equivalent. Passed 10th Class Examination under 10+2 System of Education Passed 8th class or its equivalent. Passed 10th Class Examination under 10+2 System of Education Essential: (i) 10th Class Passed (ii) Typing speed of 30 w.p.m. in English Desirable: Typing speed of 30 w.p.m. in Hindi/ Any Local language. Passed 10th Class Examination under 10+2 System of Education. a) Passed 12th under 10+2 system or its equivalent. b) Typing speed of 30 wpm in English. Desirable: typing speed of 30 wpm in Regional Language.

Non-Engineering Trades 1. 2. Baker and Confectioner Cabin/Room Attendant 1 year 06 months

3. 4. 5.

Cane Willow and Bamboo 1 Year Work Computer Aided Embroidery & 6 months Needle Work Computer Operator and 1 year Programming Assistant Corporate House Keeping Craftsman Food Production (General) Craftsman Food Production (Vegetarian) Crche Management Cutting & Sewing Dairying Data Entry Operator 06 months 1 year 1 year 06 months 1 Year 01 year 06 months

6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

13. 14.

Dental Laboratory Technician 02 years Desk Top Publishing Operator 1 year

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15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

Digital Photographer Domestic House Keeping Dress Making

01 year 06 months 1 year

Driver Cum Mechanic 06 months (Light Motor Vehicle) Embroidery and Needle 1 Year Work Event Management Assistant 06 months

Passed 12th Class under 10+2 system of education or equivalent. Passed 10th Class Examination under 10+2 System of Education Passed Matriculation examination or its equivalent or 10th class under 10 + 2 system. Passed 10th Class Examination under 10+2 System of Education. Passed 8th class or its equivalent. Passed 10th Class Examination under 10+2 System of Education or its equivalent. (with English as subject) Passed 12th Class under 10+2 system of education or equivalent. Passed 12th Class Examination with Biology as major subject or Vocational Training in AgroHorticulture. Passed 10+2 Class Examination under 10+2 System of Education or its equivalent. (with English as subject) Passed Matriculation examination or equivalent. Passed 12th Class Examination under 10+2 System of Education with science in X class. Preference given to trainees with Physics, Chemistry & Biology in 12th Class. Passed 12th Class Examination with Biology as major subject or Vocational Training in AgroHorticulture. Passed 12th Class Examination under 10+2 System of Education with Physics, Chemistry & Biology. Passed 12th class Exam. Under 10+2 system of education with Physics, Chemistry & Biology. Passed 10th Class Examination under 10+2 System of Education. Passed 12th Class under 10+2 system of education or equivalent. Passed 8th class examination under 10+2 system of education or two classes below matriculation examination or its equivalent. Passed 12th Class under 10+2 system of education or equivalent. Passed 10th class exam under 10+2 system of education with science as one of the subjects or its equivalent. Passed 8th class examination under 10+2 system of education or its equivalent. Passed 12th Class Examination under 10+2 system of education with Biology/Physiology as major subject. Knowledge of English Language is essential. Passed 12th Class under 10+2 system of education or equivalent. Passed 8th Class under 10+2 system of Education. Passed 10th class examination with Physics and Chemistry under 10+2 system or its equivalent.

21. 22.

Fashion Technology Floriculture & Landscaping

01 year 06 months

23.

Front Office Assistant

06 months

24. 25.

Hair and Skin care Health Sanitary Inspector

1 year 01 year

26.

Horticulture

01 year

27. 28. 29. 30. 31.

Hospital House Keeping Hopital Waste Management Institution House Keeping Insurance Agent Leather Goods Maker

01 year 6 months 06 months 06 months 1 Year

32. 33.

Library & Information Science Litho Offset Machine Minder Manufacture of Footwear Medical Transcription

06 months 1 year

34. 35.

1 year 06 months

36. 37. 38.

Network Technician Old Age Care Photographer

06 months 06 months 1 year

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Plate Maker-cum-Impositer

1 year

40. 41 42.

Pre/Preparatory School Management (Assistant) Preservation of fruits and vegetables Process Cameraman

06 months 1 year 1 year

43. 44. 45. 46. 47. 48. 49. 50 51

Secretarial Practice Stenography (English) Stenography (Hindi) Steward Tourist Guide Weaving of Silk and Woolen Fabrics Weaving of Woolen Fabrics Travel & Tour Assistant Catering & Hospitality Assistant Multimedia, Animation & Special Effect Office Assistant and Computer Operator

1 year 1 year 1 year 1 year 06 months 1 year 1 year 1 year 1 year

Passed 10th class exam under 10+2 system of education with science as one of the subjects or its equivalent. Passed 10th Class Examination under 10+2 System of Education Passed 10th class examination under 10 + 2 system of education with Science or its equivalent. Passed 10th class exam under 10+2 system of Education with science as one of the subjects or its equivalent. 12th class Pass 12th class Pass 12th class Pass Passed 10th Class exam under 10+2 system of education or its equivalent. Passed 12th Class under 10+2 system of education or equivalent. Passed 8th class or its equivalent. Passed 8th class or its equivalent. 12th pass or its equivalent. 10th class Pass or its equivalent. 10th class pass or its equivalent. 12th class pass or its equivalent.

52 53

1 year 1 year

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Apprenticeship Training Scheme

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Statement 28.1 Trining Statistics of trade Apprentices Position as on 30.09.2010


Sl. No. 1 2 3 4 Central Sector State/Private Sector 38273 267748 33652 177566 88% 66% 5601 17% 1547 5% 1406 4% 277 1% 1331 5% 20772 12% 8067 5% 9085 5% 712 0.35% 8062 4% Total 306021 211218 69% 26373 12% 9614 5% 10491 5% 989 1% 9393 4%

Number of Seats located Number of Seats utilised % utilisastion of seats Minorities/Weaker Section (a) Scheduled Case(SC) (b) Scheduled Tribes(ST) (c) Minorities (d) Physically Handicapped (e) Women

Statement 28.1 (A)

Region 1 RDAT, Kolkata RDAT, Chennai RDAT, Faridabad RDAT, Hyderabad RDAT, Kanpur RDAT, Mumbai Total

Seats located 2 7248

Seats utilised 3 6377

% Utilisation 4 88%

S/C 5 633

S/T 6 377

Minorities 7 67

PH 8 12

Women 9 79

8249

6999

85%

1907

161

901

123

763

2827

2378

84%

405

54

19

10

27

8620

8312

96%

981

189

90

70

77

6777 4552 38273

5896 3690 33652

87% 81% 88%

1002 673 5601

438 328 1547

163 166 1406

31 31 277

175 210 1331

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Statement 28.1 (B)


Details of Seats Utilisation in respect of Trade Apprentices in State Sector State/UT 1 Andhra Pradesh Arunachal Pradesh Assam Bihar Chattisgarh Goa Gujarat Haryana Himachal Pradesh Jammu & Kashmir Jharkhand Karnataka Kerala Madhya Pradesh Maharashtra Manipur Meghalaya Mizoram Nagaland Orissa Punjab Rajasthan Tamil Nadu Tripura Uttar Pradesh Uttrankhand West Bengal A & N Islands Chandigarh D & N Haveli Daman & Diu Delhi Puducherry Total Seats located 2 17537 45 22 672 899 1396 36909 8138 1853 1655 2654 27356 8790 4598 65992 80 ----35 4064 6385 7533 43293 --19412 2153 3215 52 88 88 140 1362 1332 267748 Seats utilised 3 13884 5 19 334 479 746 29618 5225 1240 1174 2673 21642 6235 2416 39987 15 ----31 3350 2608 3447 22183 --14575 815 2817 12 16 85 140 216 579 177566 % Utilisation 4 79% 11% 86% 50% 53% 53% 80% 64% 67% 71% 101% 79% 82% 53% 61% 19% ----89% 82% 40% 46% 51% --75% 38% 88% 23% 18% 97% 100% 16% 43% 66% Position as on 30.09.2010 Number of Seats utilised out of Column 3 S/C 5 2027 --2 36 52 1 3035 863 125 184 168 1523 832 437 4441 1 ------501 377 325 3419 --2032 52 142 ----4 6 77 110 20772 S/T 6 744 1 3 3 29 3 3275 --46 47 325 545 121 127 1428 1 ----24 769 1 171 177 --103 16 17 ----58 30 3 --8067 72 1216 1814 49 1152 1 ------98 18 175 2327 --191 7 52 --2 1 3 8 34 9085 603 103 10 Minorities 7 1121 --2 26 "--PH 8 152 ----2 ----24 8 21 20 10 190 7 3 14 --------101 2 7 68 --69 4 9 ----------3 712 Women 9 144 ----3 2 7 874 143 16 157 81 1413 1096 80 1511 2 ------316 28 24 1250 --691 --96 --------2 126 8062

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Statement 28.2 Training Statistics of Graduate, Technician and Technician(Vocational) Apprentices Position as on 30.06.2010
Sl. No.

Graduate

Technician

Technician (Vocational)

Total

1 2 3 4

Number of Seats located Number of Seats utilised % utilisation of seats

32636 25856 79%

41786 29866 71%

24578 9497 39%

99000 65219 66%

Minorities/Weaker Section Scheduled Caste(SC) 2136 8% Scheduled Tribes(ST) 300 1% Minorities 2329 9% Physically Handicapped 69 0.27% 8244 32% 3977 13% 359 1% 2238 7% 117 0.39% 4059 14% 1130 12% 161 1% 618 7% 33 0.35% 3864 41% 7243 11% 820 1% 5185 8% 219 0.34% 16167 25%

Women

Details are given in Statements 28.2(A), 28.2(B) & 28.2 (C) Source: Department of Higher Education, Ministry of HRD

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Statement 28.2 (A)

Details of Seats Utilisation in respect of Graduate Apprentices Position as on 30.06.2010


State/UT Seats located 1 Andhra Pradesh Arunachal Pradesh Assam Bihar Chattisgarh Goa Gujarat Haryana Himachal Pradesh J&K Jharkhand Karnataka Kerala Madhya Pradesh Maharashtra Manipur Meghalaya Nagaland Orissa Punjab Rajasthan Tamil Nadu Tripura U.P & Uttrakhand West Bengal A & N Islands Chandigarh Daman, D & N Haveli Delhi Sikkim Puducherry 2 2430 57 140 16 270 230 1755 483 25 63 152 2848 1416 750 9672 28 28 25 245 419 544 5040 123 2391 1904 41 100 98 1030 2 311 Seats utilised 3 2327 0 6 98 120 127 1006 323 8 0 94 2806 966 405 5416 3 0 0 90 39 398 7712 22 1421 1345 5 44 67 845 0 163 % Utilisation S/C 4 96% 0% 4% 613% 8% 55% 57% 67% 32% 0% 62% 99% 68% 54% 56% 11% 0% 0% 160% 9% 73% 153% 2% 59% 71% 12% 44% 68% 82% 0% 52% 5 437 --1 --10 10 47 8 ----11 192 25 37 181 ------14 --8 1021 5 82 20 ----6 4 --17 Number of Seats utilised out of Column 3 S/T 6 124 ------6 1 11 1 ----3 36 2 16 22 ------5 --27 37 --2 ------3 4 ----Minorities 7 294 --1 4 3 8 17 27 ----1 282 260 7 142 ------3 5 12 962 --159 24 --4 1 102 --11 PH 8 16 ------0 ------------10 1 1 1 ------------33 --7 ---------------Women 9 881 --1 12 8 22 86 13 ----13 1047 300 35 1103 3 ----14 4 13 4250 8 49 309 2 8 4 48 --11

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Statement 28.2 (B) Details of Seats Utilisation in respect of Technician Apprentices Position as on 30.06.2010 State/UT Seats located 2 4903 26 352 49 406 334 2137 872 72 106 285 1489 1625 1315 7938 99 81 189 112 996 735 750 8216 178 5037 1307 112 120 88 586 6 1265 41786 Seats utilised 3 1749 0 118 125 62 150 1217 431 12 1 204 1529 1177 243 2684 11 0 38 0 654 194 125 14843 26 2712 197 5 81 9 21 2 1246 29866 % Utilisation 4 36% 0% 34% 255% 15% 45% 57% 33% 17% 1% 72% 103% 72% 18% 34% 11% 0% 20% 0% 66% 26% 17% 181% 15% 54% 15% 4% 68% 10% 4% 33% 98% 71% Number of Seats utilised out of Column 3 S/C S/T Minorities PH Women 5 271 --18 12 12 4 120 11 ----18 166 64 36 362 1 --25 --136 15 6 2331 1 232 18 ------1 117 3977 6 54 --10 --5 5 42 ------38 35 --7 51 ----2 --47 --13 46 --1 --------2 --1 359 7 151 --7 ----14 35 21 1 --1 92 212 5 100 1 ------4 22 3 1301 --196 9 3 13 1 ----46 2238 8 9 ----1 --1 1 --------13 9 1 4 --------4 ----54 --15 ------------5 117 9 399 --18 14 6 9 70 87 2 --13 525 399 31 233 1 --35 --217 27 17 1516 11 226 19 1 31 --4 1 147 4059

1 Andhra Pradesh Arunachal Pradesh Assam Bihar Chattisgarh Goa Gujarat Haryana Himachal Pradesh J&K Jharkhand Karnataka Kerala Madhya Pradesh Maharashtra Manipur Meghalaya Mizoram Nagaland Orissa Punjab Rajasthan Tamil Nadu Tripura U.P. & Uttrakhand West Bengal A & N Islands Chandigarh Daman & Ngr. Haveli Delhi Sikkiim Puducherry Total

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Statement 28.2 (C) Details of Seats Utilisation in respect of Technician(Vocational) Apprentices Position as on 30.06.2010 State/UT Seats located 1 Andhra Pradesh Arunachal Pradesh Assam Bihar Chattisgarh Goa Gujarat Haryana Himachal Pradesh J&K Jharkhand Karnataka Kerala Madhya Pradesh Maharashtra Manipur Meghalaya Mizoram Nagaland Orissa Punjab Rajasthan Sikkim Tamil Nadu Tripura UP & Uttrakhand West Bengal A & N Islands Chandigarh Daman, Ngr. Haveli Delhi Lakshadweep Puducherry Total 2 1017 --11 1628 176 189 1121 968 ----123 1377 638 791 9688 --7 ----302 174 --222 3959 --949 589 4 82 60 289 --214 24578 Seats utilised 3 1860 --23 3065 1 22 27 106 ----136 318 500 36 1329 --0 ----189 13 --0 1198 --337 140 0 16 12 107 --62 9497 % Utilisation 4 183% --209% 188% 1% 12% 2% 11% ----111% 23% 78% 5% 14% --0% ----63% 7% --0% 30% --36% 24% 0% 20% 20% 37% --29% 39%

Number of Seats utilised out of Column 3


S/C 5 438 --4 124 ------------3 51 10 18 148 --------13 ------285 --11 16 ----1 1 --7 1130 S/T 6 116 --1 7 ----2 ------11 4 --1 9 --------5 ------4 ----------1 ------161 Minorities 7 274 --3 117 ----2 12 ----7 51 58 1 29 ----------2 ----35 --9 ----2 --12 --4 618 PH 8 16 ----1 --------------4 2 --4 ----------------2 --2 2 ------------33 Women 9 1022 --5 900 --14 10 19 ----49 116 122 14 542 --------44 4 ----925 --29 2 --2 --19 --26 3864

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Table 28.1

List of designated trades under the Apprentices Act, 1961


Trades having entry qualification Class VIIIth Pass
Name of the trade 1 3 5 7 9 11 13 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 32 33 35 37 39 41 43 45 Lineman Furniture & Cabinet Maker Mechanic (Marine Diesel) Pattern Maker Driver-cum-Fitter Welder (Gas & Electric) Sheet Metal Worker Mason (Building Constructor) Auto Mechanic Wheeler) Tailor (General) Footwear Maker Upholsterer Gas Cutter Ceramic Caster Ceramic Press Operator Cutting and Sewing Machine Operator Painter Marine Tailor (Men) Jewellery and Precious Metal Worker Gardener Weaver Tenter (Drawing Speed/ Fly Frames) Printing Textile Tyre Repairer 34 36 38 40 42 44 46 Tailor(Women) Glass Former and Processor 1 year Old Age Care Taker Doffer-cum-Piecer Winder (Textile) Barber/Hair Cutter/Dresser Pruner Tea Gardens 6 months 1 years (Two Wheeler/ Three 15 17 19 21 23 25 27 29 31 Sports Good Maker (Wood) Book Binder Leather Goods Maker Finished Leather Maker Rigger Ceramic Moulder Ceramic Kiln Operator Ceramic Decorator Moulder (Refractory) 2 years 2 4 6 8 10 12 Wireman Plumber Tractor Mechanic Painter General Foundryman Carpenter 3 years Period Training of

Trades having entry qualification Class Xth Pass 47 Electrician Aircraft 48 Tool & Die Maker (Die & Mould)

262

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49 51 53 55 57 59 61 63 65 67 69 71 73 75 77 79 81 83 85 87 89

Tool & Die Maker (Press Tools, Jigs & 50 Fixture) Mechanic (Instrument Aircraft) 52 Plastic Mould Maker 54 Operator Cum Mechanic (Power Plant) Fitter Machinist Offset Machine Minder Optical Worker Information Technology System Maintenance Shipwright (Steel) Mechanic Maintenance (Chemical Plant) Instrument Mechanic Mechanic Diesel Refrigeration Mechanic and Air & 56 58 60 62 64 Electronic 66 68 70 72 74 Conditioning 76 78 80 82 84 86 88 90

Mechanic (Earth Moving Machinery) Power Electrician Mechanic Radio and Radar Aircraft Mechanic Machine Tool Maintenance Turner Machinist (Grinder) Forger & Heat Treater Electrician Mechanic Maintenance (Textile Machinery) Mechanic (Dairy Maintenance) Material Handling EquipmentCum-Operator Mechanic Watch and Clock Mechanic (Motor Vehicle) Construction Machinery Mechanic-Cum-Operator Draughtsman(Mechanical) Fitter Structural Mechanic Mining Machinery Line Operator Process Cameraman Engraver Mate (Mines)

4 years

3 years

Draughtsman (Civil) Surveyor Boiler Attendant Switch Board Attendant Mono Keyboard Operator Retoucher Lithographic Sirdar (Colliery)

91 93 95 97 99 101 103 105 107 109

*Attendant Operator (Chemical Plant) *Laboratory Assistant (Chemical Plant) Maintenance Mechanic for Leather Machinery Pipe Fitter Electronics Mechanic Apprentices Food Production (General Winder (Armature) Electrician (Mines) Mechanic cum-Operator Communication System Attendant Operator (Dairy)

92 94 96 98 100 102 104 106 108 110

Electronics

*Instrument Mechanic (Chemical Plant) Mechanic (Agriculture Machinery) Insulator Maker/ Machine Operator (Ceramic) Shipwright (Wood) Brick Layer (Refractory) Steam Turbine Cum Auxiliary Plant Operator Cable Jointer Electroplater Mechanic Television (Video) Mechanic Radio and T.V.

3 years

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111 113 115 117 119 121 123 125 127 129 131 133 135 137 139 141

Mechanic Medical Electronics Shirts and Trousers Maker Auto Electrician Plate Maker (Lithographic) Steward Hotel Clerk/Receptionist/ Front Assistant

112 114 116 118 120 122 124 126 128 130 132 134 136 138 140 142

Office

Mechanic Consumer Electronics Motor Vehicle Body Builder Mono Castor Operator Short firer/Blaster (Mines) Baker and Confectionery Apprentice Food Production (Vegetarian) Plastic Process Operator Dress Maker Horticulture Assistant Pump Operator Cum Mechanic Photographer Steel Melting Hand Furnace Operator (Steel Industry) Health and Slimming Assistant Enamel Glazer Operator (Steel Plant) 2 years

Fiber Reinforced Plastic Processor Designer and Master Cutter Embroidery and Needle Worker Stockman (Dairy) Sports Goods Maker (Leather) Beautician Crane Operator (Overhead Steel Industry) Hair Dresser Hair and Skin Carer Fruit And Vegetable Processor

143 145 147 149 151 153 155 157 159 161

Mechanic Automobile (Advance Petrol Engine) Mechanic Auto Electronics TIG/MIG Welder Welder (Pipe and Pressure Vessels) Advance Mechanic (Instruments) Advance Welder Quality Assurance Assistant Operator PLC System Mechanic (HT, LT Equipments and Cable Jointing) Mechanic (Embedded Systems and PLC)

144 146 148 150 152 154 156 158 160 162

Mechanic Automobile (Advance Diesel Engine) Mechanic (Denting, Painting and Welding) Structural Welder Chemical Laboratory Assistant CAD-CAM Operator-cumProgrammer Jigs and Fixtures Maker CNC Programmer cum Operator Mechanic (Electrical Domestic Appliances) Mechanic (Electrical Power Drives) Mechanic Power Electronics (Inverters, UPS & Maintenance of Drives) Mechanic (Domestic, Commercial Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Machines) Mechanic (Cold storage, Ice plant and Ice candy plant) Fashion Designing Assistant Mechanic (Repair & Maintenance of Instruments used in Electrical Engineering) Injection Moulding Machine Operator House Keeper (Hotel)

163

Mechanic (DTH and other Communication System) Mechanic (Central Air conditioning Plant, Industrial cooling and Package Air conditioning) Computer Aided Pattern Maker Mechanic (Non-conventional Generation, Battery and Inverter) Power

164

2 Years

165

166

167 169

168 170

171 173

Extrusion Machine Operator (Plastic) Blow Moulding Machine Operator


MINISTRY OF LABOUR & EMPLOYMENT

172 174

264

175 177

Assistant Front Office Manager Apprentice Food and Beverage Service (Stewardship) Computer Networking Technician Process Plant Operator Maintenance Mechanic Instrument Controller Electrician (Steel Plant) Fitter (Steel Plant) Mechanic Communication Equipment Maintenance Mechanic Repair and Maintenance of Electronics Test Equipment Mechanic Mechanical Maintenance (Industrial Automation) PLC Operator House Keeper-cum Accommodation Assistant Digital Photographer Mechanic Sewing Machine Battery Repairer Wood Handicrafts Worker House Keeper (Institution) Cabin/Room Attendant Creel Boy-Cum-Warper Beautician Assistant ** Call Centre Assistant

176 178

179 181 183 185 187 189 191 193 195

180 182 184 186 188 190 192 194 196

Apprentice Food Production (Cookery) Computer and Peripherals Hardware Repair and Maintenance Mechanic Multimedia and Web Page Designer Utility Operator Electrical Mechanic Technician Fabricator Electronics Mechanic(Steel Plant) Instrument Mechanic(Steel Plant) Mechanic Radio, Audio, Video System and Appliances Mechanic Automobile Electronics Mechanic Electrical Maintenance (Industrial Automation) Knitter (Hosiery) 1 years

197 198

199

200 201 203 205 207 209 211 213 215

202 204 206 208 210 212 214 216

Senior Sales Person (Retail) Lacquering and Powder Coating Operator House Keeper (Domestic) House Keeper (Corporate) Computer Aided Embroidery and Needle Worker Screen Printing Cable Television Operator Sales Person (Retail)

1 year

6 months

217 219 221 223

Trades having entry qualification XIIth Pass Operator Advanced Machine Tool 218 Maintenance Mechanic Industrial Electronics 220 Data Preparation and Computer Software 222 Operator Cum Mechanic Pollution Control 224 Equipment Assistant Fashion Designer (Garment ) House Keeper (Hospital) Stenographer (English) Florist and Landscaper Medical Laboratory Technician (Pathology)

Mechanic Advanced Machine Tool Maintenance Mechanic Mechatronics Desk Top Publishing Operator Mechanic Medical Equipment for Hospitals and Occupational Health Centre Secretarial Assistant Tourist Guide Medical Laboratory Technician (Radiology)

3 years

2 years 1 years 1 Year 6 months

225 226 228 229 231

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233

Medical Laboratory Technician (Cardiology and Physiology) Trades having entry qualification B.Sc. Pass

234

Advanced Attendant Operator (Process) Trades having entry qualification National Trade Certificate in Computer Operator And Programming Assistant issued by National Council for Vocational Training Programming And Systems Administration Assistant

1 years

235

1 year

Persons possessing B.Sc. qualification can undergo Apprenticeship Training with duration of 1 year in these trades. ** Persons possessing National Trade Certificate issued by NCVT in the trades of Electronics Mechanic, Electrician, Mechanic cum Operator Electronics Communication system, Computer Operator and Programming Assistant, Information Technology and Electronics System Maintenance, Radio and Television, Instrument Mechanic can undergo Apprenticeship Training.

Table 28.2
Subject fields in Engineering and Technology design ated for Graduate/ Technician Apprentices 1. 3. 5. 7. 9. 11. 13. 15. 17. 19. 21. 23. 25. 27. 29. 31. 33. 35. 37. 39. 41. 43. 45. 47. 49. 51. 53. 55. Civil Engineering Structural Engineering Construction Technology Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Production Engineering Electrical Engineering Computer Engineering Industrial Electronics Nuclear Engineering Metallurgy Agricultural Engineering Sugar Technology Nautical Engineering Mining Textile Chemistry Architecture Textile Technology Ceramic Technology Pharmaceutical Science Pigment & paint Technology Printing Technology Leather Goods and Footwear Manufacture Food Technology Instrumentation-Technology Petroleum Technology Applied Geophysics Paper Technology Plastic Engineering 2. 4. 6. 8. 10. 12. 14. 16. 18. 20. 22. 24. 26. 28. 30. 32. 34. 36. 38. 40. 42. 44. 46. 48. 50. 52. 54. 56. Public Health Engineering Highway Engineering Mechanical Engineering Machine Tool Technology Automobile Engineering Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering Television Engineering Radio & Electronics Engg Avionics Textile Engineering Chemical Engineering Marine Engineering Aeronautical Engineering Plastic Technology Naval Architecture Regional & Town Planning Glass Technology Silicate Technology Oil & Soap Technology Dye Stuff Technology Leather Technology Rubber Technology Bio-Chemical Engineering Petroleum Engineering Applied Geology Jute Technology Catering Technology Foundry Technology

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57. 59. 61. 63. 65. 67. 69. 71. 73. 75. 77. 79. 81. 83. 85. 87. 89. 91.

Sound Engineering Drilling Engineering Fisheries and Navigation Industrial Engineering Secretarial Commercial Practice Library Science Fine Art Sculpture Commercial etc Polymer Technology Mining Machine Engineering Fabrication Technology Wood/Timber Technology Handloom Technology Ship Building Technology Tool Engineering Technology Energy Engineering Architectural Assistantship Environment Pollution and Control Engineering Computer Aided Design Computer Aided Manufacturing/ ROBOTICS Application Petro-Chemical Engineering / Technology Water Resource Engg. Industrial Electronics and Instrumentation Mechatronics Information Technology Packaging Technology

58. 60. 62. 64. 66. 68. 70. 72. 74. 76. 78. 80. 82. 84. 86. 88. 90. 92.

Ground Water Engineering Cinematography Medical Laboratory Technology Knitting Technology Interior Decoration Costumes Design & Dress making/ Garment Technology Computer Science/ Computer Applications Dairy Engineering Technology Mineral Engineering Transportation Engineering Safety Engineering Plant Engineering Technology Man-made Fibre Technology Bio-Medical Engineering Production Engineering and Industrial Management Electrical and Electronics Engg. Footwear Technology Bio-gas Technology

93. 95. 97. 99. 101. 103.

94. 96. 98.

Water Management Machine Tools and Maintenance Air Craft Maintenance Engineering

100. Cement Technology 102. Materials Management 104. Beauty Culture and Cosmetology 106. Bio-Technology 108. Electronics & Communication Engineering

105. Textile Designing 107. Electronics & Bio-Medical Engineering 109. 111. 113. 115. 117. Bio-Medical Instrumentation Engineering Garment and Fashion Technology Herbal technology Medical Electronics

110.

Fashion Technology

Instrumentation and Control Engineering 119. Geo Informatics 121. Food Process Engineering

112. Modern Office Practice Management 114. Travel and Tourism Management 116. Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering 118. Manufacturing Engineering 120. 122. Electronics Engineering Computer Science and Engineering

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Table 28.3
Subject fields designated for Technician (Vocationa l) Apprentices 1. 3. 5. 7. 9. 11. 13. 15. 17. 19. 21. 23. 25. 27. 29. 31. 33. 35. 37. 39. 41. 43. 45. 47. Accountancy & Auditing Marketing and Salesmanship Food Preservation Fisheries/Fish Processing Medical Laboratory/Technology Assistants Nursing Crop Cultivation/Production Agriculture Plant Protection Civil Construction/Maintenance Agricultural Chemicals Plantation Crops & Management Swine Production Medicinal & Aromatic Plant Industry Repair & Maintenance of Power Driven Farm Machinery Agro Based Food Industries (Animal based) Agro Based Industries (Feed based) Fish Seed Production Cooperation Insurance Taxation Practices/Taxation Laws/ Tax Assistant Maintenance Repair of Electrical Domestic Appliances Hospital Documentation Opthalmic Technician 2. 4. 6. 8. 10. 12. 14. 16. 18. 20. 22. 24. 26. 28. 30. 32. 34. 36. 38. 40. 42. 44. 46. 48. Banking Office Secretaryship/ Stenography Poultry Farming Dairying Health Worker Child Care & Nutrition Sericulture Floriculture Textile Designing Mechanical Servicing Inland Fisheries Seed Production Technology Vegetable Seed Production Sheep and Goat Husbandry Veterinary Pharmacist-cumArtificial Insemination Asstt. Agro Based Food Industries (Crop based) Post Harvest Technology Fishing Technology Export-Import Practices and Documentation Purchasing & Store Keeping Audio Visual Technician Health Sanitary Inspector Hospital House Keeping Physiotherapy & Occupational Therapy Multi Rehabilitation Worker Institutional House Keeping Commercial Garment Designing and Making Library and Information Science Instrumental Music (Percussion Table) Indian Music (Hindustani Vocal Music) Soil Conservation Receptionist Office Management Building Maintenance Computer Technology Material Management Technology Structure and Fabrication Technology

49. 51. 53. 55. 57. 59. 61. 63. 65. 67. 69. 71. 73.

X-Ray Technician Catering & Restaurant Management Pre School & Crche Management Interior Design Tourism and Travel Techniques Classical Dance (Kathak) Horticulture Industrial Management Basic Financial Services Building and Road Construction Ceramic Technology Rural Engineering Technology Rubber Technology

50. 52. 54. 56. 58. 60. 62. 64. 66. 68. 70. 72. 74.

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75. 77. 79. 81. 83. 85. 87. 89. 91. 93. 95. 97.

Sugar Technology Clothing for the family Bleaching, Dying and Fabric Painting Bio Medical Equipment & Technician Dental Technician Pharmacist Nutrition and Dietetics Primary Health Worker Commercial Art Bhartnattayam Printing Technology Printing & Book Binding

76. 78. 80. 82. 84. 86. 88. 90. 92. 94. 96. 98.

Tanneries Health Care and Beauty Culture Knitting Technology Dental Hygienist Multi Purpose Health Worker ECG and Audiometric Technician Auxiliary Nurse and Mid Wives Photography Physical Education Cotton Classifier Surveying Automobile Mechanic

99. Automobile Engineering Technology 101. Radio and Television Engineering 103. Computer Graphics Animation 105. Radio & TV Maintenance & Repairs 107. General Machinist 109. Maintenance & Servicing of Textile Machinery 111. Accountancy and Taxation 113. Office Assistantship 115. Food Preservation and Processing 117. Preservation & Processing of Fruits & Vegetables 119. Computer Assembly & Maintenance 121. Consumer & Industrial Electronics Mechanics

100. Information Technology 102 Electronics Technology 104. Electronics Engineering Technician 106. Domestic Electronic and Project Equipment 108. Electrical Motor Winding 110. Dress Designing and Making 112. Construction Technology, Water Supply & Sanitary Engg. 114. Automobile Engineering Technician 116. Mushroom Culture 118. Air Conditioners & Refrigerator Mechanics 120. Mining Geology 122. Business Math Statistics

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Advanced Training for Women, Instructors, Industrial Manpower, Foremen, Supervisors and Development of Instructional Media Packages Through Central Institutes

Chart-1
Trainees Trained since inception
90000 80748 80000 73048 70000 62684 60000 55460 49275 43336 40000 32927 30000 21179 20000 14480 10932 10000 3110 84 0 77-78 80-81 85-86 89-90 90-93 95-96 96-97 97-98 98-99 99-00 2 001- 200202 03 200304 200405 2005- 2006- 2007- 200806 07 08 09 200910 201011 329 5932 16265 17462 22500 26925 37376 67246

50000

272

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Table 29-1 Group No. I Trades included in the Group Carpenter , Foundryman , Pattern Maker, Sheet Metal Worker, Welder (Gas & Electric), Plumber Mechanic Motor Vehicle, Mech. Ref. & Air conditioning , Farm Mechanic and Mechanic Ag. Machineries Diesel Mechanic, Tractor Mechanic Draughtsman (Mechanical), Draughtsman (Civil), Reading of Drawing & Arithmetic (ROD&A) Fitter, Turner, Machinist, Machinist (Grinder),Tool and Die Maker and MTMM Electrician and Wireman Maintenance Mechanic (CP), Attendant Operator (CP), Instrument Mechanic (CP), Laboratory Assistant (CP) and Instrument Mechanic Electronics Mechanic, Mechanic Radio and TV and IT&ESM

II III IV V VI VII

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Table 29.2

List of DGE&T Institute where facilities have been developed so far for training of Instructors in Advanced Modules of various Sectors S. No. 1 Name of Institute Advanced Training Institute Vidyanagar, Hyderabad Advanced Training Institute, Mumbai Advanced Training Institute, Ludhiana Sectors for instructors Automobile Chemical Agriculture Machinery training of

2 3

4 5 6 7

Advanced Training Institute, Chennai Advanced Training Institute, Kanpur Advanced Training Institute, Howrah National Vocational Training Institute for Women NOIDA, Gautam Budha Nagar -201301 Advanced Training Institute for Electronics & Process Instrumentation, Hyderabad Advanced Training Institute for Electronics & Process Instrumentation, Dehradun Foremen Training Institute, Bangalore

Production Manufacturing Electrical Production & Manufacturing Apparel

Instrumentation

Information Technology Electrical

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. Training In Advanced Skill Areas At Six Advanced Training Institutes Sl. Name of the trades ADVANCED No. Chennai Howrah * 1 Advanced Tool & Die Making * * * 2 Advanced Welding & Air * 3 Advanced Ref. 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14
Conditioning Electrical Maintenance Electronics Maintenance Heat Engines Hydraulics & Pneumatic Induction to Engineering Technology Industrial Chemistry Machine Tool Maintenance Material Testing/Inspection Metrology & Inspection Micro Computer/Industrial Controls Process Control Instrumentation Production Technology Tool Design

Table 29.3

TRAINING Hyderabad Kanpur * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *

INSTITUTES Ludhiana Mumbai * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *

* * * * * * * * * *

* * * * * * * * *

* 15 * 16 * Indicates availability of course.

The duration of courses ranges from 1 to 6 weeks. Intake capacity for most of the courses is 10 to 12 trainees per batch 3.

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Number of training programmes conducted Number of participants trained Research Projects completed Production of models Curricula developed Drawing of mode Models

22 332 02 24 324 08 24

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Plan Programmes of DGE&T

Table 31.1
Sl. No. 1. 2. Plan Schemes under DGE&T Schemes /Programmes Training Schemes (other than Women Training) (i) Central Sector Schemes (ii) Centrally sponsored Schemes Women Training Programmes Central Sector Schemes Total of Training Directorate Employment Directorate Central Sector Schemes Total Employment Total DGE&T (3) +(6) Budget Estimates 2010-11 (Rupees in Crore)

35.22 1205.81

3. 4. 5. 6.

13.60 1254.63 10.48 10.48 1265.11

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Sl.No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

1. 2. 3. 4.

Name of the Subordinate offices inspected RVTI, Jaipur RVTI, Panipat MITI, Haldwani VRC, Bhubneshwar CGC, Bhubneshwar ATI-EPI, Dehradun Sections of the DGET(HQ) inspected MP (G) EE-III TT Cell Library

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Table 32.1 The number of employees, those having working knowledge of Hindi, proficiency in Hindi and those trained in the workshops during the year Particulars Gazetted Non-Gazetted (excluding MTS) Total Number of Employees/Officers 122 141 Having Working Knowledge of Hindi 12 11 Proficient in Hindi 110 129 Trained in workshops during the year 2 18 Table 32.2 Use of Hindi in Total Correspondence Total number of letters received in Hindi Replied in English Total number of letters issued Issued in Hindi/Bilingual Issued in English only % age of Hindi correspondence (information compiled upto 30.09.2010)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

3663 Nil 21517 19732 1785 91.7%

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Programme Expected Outcome/ Objective Gender Component of programme/ Total Expenditure Public Public Expenditure 2009- on Women/ girls (2009-10)
Plan Non-Plan Total

Gender Budgeting

Gender

(Rupees in crores) Disaggregated

Beneficiaries (extent of benefits to women) (2009-10) / Targets and Performance number of female beneficiaries / physical / financial others

10 (Plan&Non-Plan)

Sub-Programme Plan Non-Plan Total

Welfare of SC/ST & OBCs

To enhance the employability of SC/ ST job seekers through Coaching, Vocational guidance Training.

The programme comprises of both men and women unemployed educated job seekers. The programme comprises of both men and women.

3.02

4.04

7.06 1.21

1.62

2.83

57212 (Women beneficiaries)

Assistance to Physically Handicapped

To evaluate the residual capacities, providing adjustment training and render assistance in vocational rehabilitation.

3.14 14.98

18.12 0.96

3.91

4.87

19246 (Women beneficiaries)

Central Board for Workers Education (CBWE) The objective of the scheme is to create awareness among workers including in women about their rights and responsibilities, related provisions in labour laws,

Govt. Schemes, family budget, social evils etc. A Gender Based Analysis (GBA) statement of Public Expenditure and number of beneficiaries during 2009-10 are given as per Table below:(Rupees in crores) Remarks

Programme Expected Outcome/ Objective

Gender Total Public Component Expenditure 2009-10 of (Plan & Non-Plan) programme/ Sub Programme GOI State

Public Expenditure on Women / girls (2009-10)

GOI

State

Gender Disaggregated Beneficiaries (extent of benefits to women) (200910) Targets and Performance number of female beneficiaries/ physical / financial others 1,72,549

Central Board for Workers Education

To create awareness among women workers about their rights and responsibilities, related provisions in labour laws, Government schemes, family budget, social evils etc.

Beneficiaries Plan - 9.00 are 6,478 both men and women Non-Plan 36.40

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Plan - 4.08 45.33%

--

Workers Education is a Central Scheme fully funded by Government of India to conduct Awareness Generation Programmes for the workers of organised, Unorganised, rural sector.

Non-Plan - 0.04

Total 45.40

Total - 4.12 9.07%

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