From "Pankaj Hirani" : Dear Members, Please let me know about the rite and exact defination of Unskilled, semi-skilled and skilled employees as per Minimum Wages Act -1948. Thank you. Regards- Pankaj
5th March 2008 From United States

Hi pankaj,

As per Minimum wages act, the definitions of skills are defined as below:

Classification of skills Category.-

(A) Highly skilled.- Highly skilled work employee is one who does the work which involves skill or competence of extra-ordinary degree and possesses supervisory ability.

(B) Skilled.- Skilled employee is one who is capable of working independently and efficiently and turning out accurate working. He must be capable of reading and working on simple drawing circuits and process, if necessary.

(C ) Semi-skilled.- Semi-skilled employee is one who has sufficient knowledge of the particular trade or above to do respective work and simple job with the help of simple tools and machines.

(D) Un-skilled.- Un-skilled employee is one who possesses no special training and whose work involves the performance of the simple duties which require the exercise of little or no independent judgement or previous experience although a familiarity with the occupational environment is necessary.

katyana
5th March 2008 From India, Gurgaon
Hi,
Thank your for ur valuable and instant respond.
I would appreciate if u can tell me about the academic knowledge also. Is there is anything like 'X' person should have minimum 'Y' degree to come under Highly-Skilled, Skilled, Semi-Skilled or unskilled category?
Or this the only definition mentioned in Minimum Wages Act 1948.
Please examine and suggest.
Regards-
Pankaj
6th March 2008 From United States
Hi Pankaj,
The skill categorization of Minimum wages, depends , on the kind of work a person is performing. For example:
In the employment of all shops and establishement, Delhi, the skills are defined as :
UNSKILLED: PEON, CHOWKIDAR,DURBAN, WATCHMAN, CLEANER, SWEEPER, LOADER, HELPER, MALI comes in unskilled category.
SEMI SKILLED:---GATEKEEPER(CINEMA),ASST. OPERATOR, ASST ELECTRICIAN, BOOKBINDER,WAITER OR BEARER, MALI WITH TECHNICAL EXPERIENCE comes in unskilled category
SKILLED:--ELECTRICIN, MECHANIC, TAILORS, COOKS Comes in skilled category.
CLERICAL AND SUPERVISIORY STAFF: BOOK CLERK, TYPIST, RECEPTIONIST, TELEPHONE OPERATOR, TRAVELLING SALESMAN, comes in this category.
KATYANA
6th March 2008 From India, Gurgaon
Hiiii........
Driver cums under Public & Private Motor Transport Act......
There is different types like Light vehicle, Medium & Heavy vehicle, regarding that driver covered under those categories mentioned in the above.
Regards,
Nalini.
18th December 2009 From India, Hyderabad
dear All, Drivers come under the minmum wage act. They have to be paid as semi skilled or Skilled. Can somebody tell us this secret? PPMTA does not define min wages act or implement it. Thanks.
16th March 2010 From India, Chandigarh
hi,
can anyone help me in categorising the employees of telecom ?
like sales ppl , infra employees, network operations etc should be put in which category -semiskilled or skilled and if they are outsourced then wats the scenario?
22nd March 2010 From India, Jammu
Can a helper asked to do skilled work in absence of skilled employee - like refractory work, scaffolding work and fitter job like dismantling & assembling work ?
17th June 2014 From India, Mumbai
NO HR personnel to answer the question "Can a helper asked to do skilled work in absence of skilled employee - like refractory work, scaffolding work and fitter job like dismantling & assembling work ?"
13th July 2014 From India, Mumbai
How to categories Unskilled Semi-Skilled & Skilled when the workers are performing same duties. How long we can keep a worker in a same category - performing same duties since for long time.
9th February 2015 From India, Mumbai


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