The state has alone surpassed the 6.66 crore goal set by the Centre on the time of the launch of the portal on August 26 final yr, mentioned state authorities officers on Saturday.

The Uttar Pradesh authorities has acquired registered the utmost variety of its unorganised sector employees, a whopping 8.22 crore, far surpassing the quantity from all labour-intensive states, on the Centre’s e-Shram portal.

The state has alone surpassed the 6.66 crore goal set by the Centre on the time of the launch of the portal on August 26 final yr, mentioned state authorities officers on Saturday.

With the registration of 8.22 crore of its employees on the e-Shram portal, Uttar Pradesh has emerged because the state with the utmost variety of registered employees additionally far surpassing even Bihar which has been capable of register solely 2.8 crore of its employees on the portal.

The nationwide database of unorganized employees registered on the portal until March 5 exhibits that after Bihar, West Bengal has acquired registered 2.5 crore employees, Madhya Pradesh 1.5 crore and Odisha 1.3 crore.

“For the welfare of the unorganized employees, the Centre had set a goal of registering 6.66 crore employees within the month of August 2021 for registration on the e-Shram portal, which was accomplished by Uttar Pradesh on February 2 this yr,” UP Labour Commissioner Raj Shekhar mentioned.

“At current, Uttar Pradesh is on the first place in the entire nation by registering 8.22 crore employees,” mentioned the senior IAS officer, who can also be the Divisional Commissioner of the Kanpur zone.

He mentioned in view of this “historic achievement” and within the curiosity of unorganized employees, Union Labour Minister Bhupendra Yadav could be honouring the UP authorities for its efforts on March 7 in Delhi’s Vigyan Bhawan throughout the ‘e-Shram Award’ operate.

“It’s a matter of nice satisfaction for the Labour Division and full Uttar Pradesh,” Raj Shekhar mentioned, as he congratulated all regional officers of the division and known as on them to proceed the efforts in future additionally for the unorganized employees.

Inside UP, the district of Prayagraj registered the utmost 22 lakh unorganized employees adopted by Jaunpur (21 lakh), Sitapur (20 lakh), Bareilly and Azamgarh (each 19 lakh), in line with the nationwide database.

Gorakhpur registered 18 lakh unorganized employees, whereas Lucknow and Kanpur Nagar each had 15 lakh, Varanasi and Aligarh each had 14 lakh, Moradabad 12 lakh, Meerut 11 lakh, Ghaziabad 9 lakh and Gautam Buddh Nagar 5.61 lakh, amongst different districts, it confirmed.

The Ministry of Labour and Employment has developed e-Shram portal for making a nationwide database of unorganized employees (NDUW), which is to be seeded with Aadhaar.

It is going to have particulars of title, occupation, handle, occupation sort, academic qualification, ability varieties and household particulars and so on for the optimum realization of their employability and lengthen the advantages of the social safety schemes to them.

It’s the first-ever nationwide database of unorganised employees together with migrant employees, building employees, gig and platform employees, and so on, in line with the ministry.

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