STATE TIMES NEWS RAMBAN: Labour Department Ramban organized awareness Programme at Batote to make the people aware about the labour laws and various welfare schemes of Jammu and Kashmir Building and Other Construction Workers Welfare Board (JKBOCWWB). While interacting with the construction workers Assistant Labour Commissioner (ALC) Ramban, Rakesh Arora stressed upon them to avail maximum benefits from various government schemes meant for the welfare of their families. He also highlighted other schemes being executed by the Department. He said that the Labour Department and JKBOCWWB are working in tandem for the development and welfare of the labour class. He further said that the labour class is the backbone for development and government is prioritizing their welfare. He said that every unorganized worker in between the age of 18 to 40 years should registered himself / herself in the centre Government scheme Pradhan mantri Shram Yogi Maan-dhan (PM-SYM) at employment office Ramban and also advised the workers to get them registered to avail the maximum benefits of the schemes being launched by the board. He also informed that for the education of wards of workers an assistance of Rs 2500 to Rs 10000 is being provided for lower education, Rs 15000 for post graduation, Rs 30000 for diploma courses and Rs 50000 for professional courses.The Department also provides assistance of Rs 1 lakh for chronic diseases to the registered construction workers, he added.
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