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At present there are 4 Vocational Guidance units in the state, one under the State Vocational Guidance Officer at the Directorate and the other 3 under Regional Employment Officers at Shimla, Mandi and Dharamsala. In other Districts/Sub Office Employment Exchanges Vocational Guidance is given by the Officers/Officials Incharge.


Employment Market Information Programme

Under this Programme information is regularly being collected from the Govt. and Pvt. Sector Establishments (only such Pvt. Sector Establishment which are employing 10 or more persons not engaged in agriculture).

QUARTER ENDING

NO. OF ESTABLISHMENT

ESTIMATED EMPLOYMENT

Month, Year

Government

Private.

Government

Private

March,2013

4181

1661

270955

139834

March,2014

4195

1724

272141

145921

 

QUARTER ENDING

PRIVATE SECTOR ACT ESTABLISHMENT 
(25 OR MORE)

PRIVATE SECTOR NON-ACT ESTABLISHMENT (10-24 EMPLOYEES)

Month, Year

Employees

Estimated Employment

Employees

Estimated Employment

March,2013

1073

130795

588

9039

March,2014

1112

136555

612

9366


Labour Wing - Activities

Maintenance of cordial Industrial Relations between the workers and management is a sine qua non for achieving optimum industrial production. The conciliation mechanism has proved very effective in stopping and sorting out Industrial Disputes. There are 10 Labour Officers at Distt. H.Q and 1 each at Rampur & Baddi who are functioning as Conciliation Officers. Elsewhere the District Employment Officers and Labour Inspectors (Where the number of workers is less than 200) are doing this work. Where these officers/officials are unable to achieve conciliation, the respective Labour Officers, Dy. Labour Commissioner, Joint Labour Commissioner or the Labour Commissioner-cum-Director of Employment intervenes in order to sort out the Industrial Dispute. In such Industrial Establishments where 100 or more workers are working. Workers Committees have been set up as per the provision of Section3 of Industrial Disputes Act, 1947.


Employment Wing - Activities

This wing mainly provides registration facility to the interested youth (who may be unemployed, self-employed, employed on Part-Time, casual, contract, adhoc, tenure basis or who are desirous of being registered for higher post). It also sponsors the eligible registrants against vacancies notified by Govt. and Private Sector Establishments in accordance with the sponsoring norm, seniority of registration and as per "Single Chance Rotation" norm.

The minimum age for registration is 14 years. A person has to get name registered in that Employment Exchange in whose jurisdiction he normally resides. Each person can get his name registered in upto 3 trades/occupations depending on his qualifications and work experience. The maximum age for Government jobs has been increased to 45 years, along with relaxation for SC, ST, Physically Handicapped & Ex. Service Men.

The District wise work done by Employment Exchanges w.e.f 1/4/2014 to 31/3/2015) is as under:

District

Registration

Vacancies

Placement

Live Register

Notified

Submission

Govt.

Pvt

Total

Bilaspur

9444

42

3864

17

128

145

52193

Chamba

10434

20

2353

9

649

658

60928

Hamirpur

13485

102

3668

57

305

362

81389

Kangra

36634

231

9245

172

917

1089

168130

Kinnaur

2158

0

36

3

0

3

8742

Kullu

9047

46

1486

4

357

361

67485

Lahaul Spiti

877

18

405

0

0

0

4078

Mandi

41684

156

7370

74

253

327

199691

Shimla

17646

288

709

46

0

46

76750

Sirmour

11601

215

3627

3

23

26

61128

Solan

12066

2153

13651

19

552

571

56652

Una

12233

825

5515

156

1007

1163

55822

TOTAL

177309

4096

51929

560

4191

4751

892988


LIVE REGISTER AS PER EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATION ( AS ON 31.3.2015)

POST GRADUATES

67816

GRADUATES

117795

MATRICULATES TO UNDER GRADUATES

644407

UNDER MATRIC

61871

ILLITERATE

1099

TOTAL

892988


LIVE REGISTER AS PER CASTE (as on 31.3.2015)

SCHEDULE-CASTE

203030

SCHEDULE-TRIBE

43120

O.B.C

82875

OTHERS

563963

TOTAL

892988

 

LIVE REGISTER BIFURCATION AS PER SEX

MALE

523684

FEMALE

369304

TOTAL

892988


Industrial Relations & General Labour Situation

Maintenance of cordial Industrial Relations between the workers and management is a sine qua non for achieving optimum industrial production. The conciliation mechanism has proved very effective in stopping and sorting out Industrial Disputes. There are 10 Labour Officers at Distt. H.Q and 1 each at Rampur & Baddi who are functioning as Conciliation Officers. Elsewhere the District Employment Officers and Labour Inspectors (Where the number of workers is less than 200) are doing this work. Where these officers/officials are unable to achieve conciliation, the respective Labour Officers, Dy. Labour Commissioner, Joint Labour Commissioner or the Labour Commissioner-cum-Director of Employment intervenes in order to sort out the Industrial Dispute. In such Industrial Establishments where 100 or more workers are working. Workers Committees have been set up as per the provision of Section3 of Industrial Disputes Act, 1947.


Labour Court/ Industrial Tribunal

The Himachal Pradesh Government has setup two Labour Courts-cum-Industrial Tribunals under Industrial Disputes Act,1947 for adjudication of industrial disputes. One Court has been set up in District Shimla having jurisdiction of Shimla, Kinnaur, Solan Sirmour & Kaza of District Lahaul Spiti. Second Labour Court has been setup at Dharamsala having jurisdiction of District Kangra, Chamba, Una, Hamirpur, Bilaspur, Mandi, Kullu and Lahaul of Distirct Lahaul-Spiti. Presiding Officers of these Courts are officers of the rank of District & Session Judge.

The work done by the Labour Court w.e.f 1.4.2014-31.3.2015 is as under:

ITEM

REFERENCE

APPLICATION

TOTAL

Pending Cases as on 01/04/2015

819

701

1520

Cases received during 2014-15

493

203

696

Cases dealt with during 2014-15

205

204

409

Pending cases as on 31.3.2015

875

148

718


The inspections done by functionaries of the Labour Wing in the year 2014-2015 are detailed here under:

NAME OF THE ACT

INSPECTIONS w.e.f 1.4.2014-31.3.2015

CHALLANS LODGED IN COURTS

CASES DECIDED BY COURTS

FINES IMPOSED (RS).

Shops & Commercial Act,1969

8441

1803

1135

1556125

Payment of Wages Act,1936

3969

209

160

293500

Minimum Wages Act,1948

4055

323

221

152500

Factories Act,1948

1201

195

73

511500

Motor Transport Workers

78

6

0

0

Contractual Labour Act ,1979

1096

48

34

48500

Equal Remuneration Act,1976

555

6

2

4000

Payment of Bonus Act,1965

1038

11

3

1500

"Upadan" Payment Act,1972

1190

34

8

63000

Maternity Benefit Act,1961

572

4

0

0

HP Industrial Establishment (national, casual and sickness Holidays) Act,1969

1241

12

3

400

Tea Plantation Act,1951

12

-

-

-

Inter State Migrant workers Act,1979

170

17

1

3000

Child Labour (Prohibition) Act,1986

3605

12

12

103000

Industrial Employment(Standing Order) Act.

532

-

-

-

BOCW Act,1996

766

43

40

71550

TOTAL

28521

2723

1692

2808575


Registered Establishments

THE DETAILS OF REGISTERED ESTABLISHMENTS AND NUMBER OF WORKERS AS ON 31.3.2015 IS AS UNDER:


ACT

NO. OF REGISTERED
ESTABLISHMENT

NO. OF WORKERS

Factories Act,1948

4861

315922

Motor Transport workers Act,1961

126

7745

Trade Union Act,1926

1308

14100

Plantation Act,1951

17

225

Inter State migrant workers Act,1979

-

-

a. Principal Employer

104

15511

b. Contractor

144

4711

Labour Contract Act,1970

-

-

a. Principal Employer

1325

139126

b. Contractor

7854

148528

Manisana wage Board

-

-

Employees State Insurance Act,1971

6033

228380

Employees Provident Fund Act,1952

8877

1154726

 

 

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