Presently there are 43 central labour laws (Annexure-A) out of which 14 provide for maintenance of more than 80 registers/records (Annexure-B) in specified formats. Ministry of Labour & Employment has proposed digitization of labour related records for ease of doing business and consolidate these registers into 9 electronic registers. Employee Register (Annexure-C), Wage Register (Annexure-D) and Attendance Register (Annexure-E) will be uniform under various Acts. Act specific registers will be provided separately.

Establishments will be required to maintain the same on Shram Suvidha Portal. It will avoid duplication of work and ensure accuracy. Data will be integrated with other social security schemes and output reports will be available in prescribed registers as per different Acts. Concept paper in this regard is circulated for comments within one month.

Annexure-A - List of 43 labour laws

Annexure-B - List of 80 registers/records presently required to be maintained under various Acts

Annexure-C - Uniform Employee Register

Annexure-D - Uniform Wage Register

Annexure-E - Uniform Attendance Register


From India, Malappuram

Attached Files
File Type: pdf Digitization of labour records & registers 17.8.2016.pdf (357.9 KB, 517 views)
File Type: pdf Annexure-A.pdf (142.4 KB, 321 views)
File Type: pdf Annexure-B.pdf (3.88 MB, 333 views)


Law Practice
Dear Agarwalji, You have done absolutely fantastic work by providing us lists of various acts and registers and that under the scheme of digitalization... Thanks.
From India, Kolhapur
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HR Consultant & Advocate, Ex-AGM-HR&Admin.
To Shri PC Agrawal,
Thanks for providing very useful infn. reg. Imp.Labour Legislations compliance & digitalisation by Central Labr.Dept.
This will be useful to most HR Profnls who are now maintaining most Regrs. under various Acts in electronic forms.

From India, Mumbai
Section 4 of The Information Technology Act, 2000 is about 'Legal recognition of electronic records'. If such records can be made available when required, they will be termed as legal entities.
From India, Mumbai
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