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Jiwanjot Singh Started The Discussion:

Dear All, Please find attached Minimum Wages Revision w.e.f. 1 April 2011 for the Establishments covered under Central Govt. Regards, Jiwanjot


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buzz.lightyear.nova - Contributing Member
What exactly is this A, B and C area ? Ours is a metal trading house in Mumbai..so which area does it come under ?

Thank you for this valuable information. Please let us know what are these A,B,C areas.And what is the general classification , how do we know which one falls into which area. Regards Naveli

rldhingra - Contributing Member
Hi all
The Area "A",and Area "B" shall respectively complrises of all the places as specified in the Annexure to the notification , include all places within 15 kilometer from the periphery of Municipal Corporation or Municipality or Cantonment Board or Notified Area Committee of a particular place . and Area "C" shall comprise all other places not mentioned in the Annexure to which the Minimum Wages Act 1948 extends

RLDhingra ,Advocate & Labour Law Consultant

hemamenon - Contributing Member
Dhingraji, The Area "A" is now revised. I am enclosing the notification. Pls go through it & explain which one is correct I am also very confused. Help me.


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nehanarang21 - Contributing Member
Thanks for this information. Can anyone explain how do we classify employees into unskilled, semi-skilled, skilled and highly skilled category. What is the criteria for this? Thanks Neha

Ashokmore - Contributing Member
Ms. Neha

Please find below classification of skills.

SKILLED :Wireman, turner, Engineer, fitter, Designer, Forman, Tester, Tele. operator, Winder, Electrician, Assembler, Carpenter, Accountant, Head Clerk, Store keeper etc. etc.

SEMI SKILLED : Assistant-Turner Fitter Winder wireman Clearicle staff etc. etc.

UN SKILLED : Sweeper, Guard, Helper, Peon, Gardenkeeper etc etc.

Rgd
Ashok More

Ashokmore - Contributing Member
Ms. Neha

Please find below classification of skills.

SKILLED :Wireman, turner, Engineer, fitter, Designer, Forman, Tester, Tele. operator, Winder, Electrician, Assembler, Carpenter, Accountant, Head Clerk, Store keeper etc. etc.

SEMI SKILLED : Assistant-Turner Fitter Winder wireman Clearicle staff etc. etc.

UN SKILLED : Sweeper, Guard, Helper, Peon, Gardenkeeper etc etc.

Classification as per Shop & Establishment Act is as below

CLASS-IA = Manager, Officer, Clerk etc
CLASS-IB = Jr. Clerk, Driver etc
CLASS-II = Assistant
CLASS-III = Peon, Watchman, Helper

Rgd
Ashok More

shalz_2011 - 
Thanks for the valuable information. Is it applicable for automobile industry? regards, Shalini

Ashokmore - Contributing Member
DEAR ALL

ALSO NOTE THAT THERE IS TWO LABOUR COMMISSIONER i.e. LABOUR COMMISSIONER (CENTRAL) AND LABOUR COMMISSIONER STATE.

THE LABOUR COMMISSIONER STATE = COVER ALL INDUSTRIES PRIVATE, PUBLIC SECTOR ETC.

THE LABOUR COMMISSIONER (CENTRAL) = COVER THOSE INDUSTRIES WHOSE CONTROL UNDER CENTRAL GOVT. LIKE IOCL, BPCL, REFINERIES, GAIL, ONGC, BSNL ETC. ETC.

ABOVE BOTH AUTHORITY CAN'T INTEREFER EACH OTHER INDUSTRIES.


Rgd
Ashok More



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