Registration Of Unorganized Workers Picks Pace Across The Country, Plus 1 crore registered on e-shram portal. CSC playing important role in facilitating registrations, nearly 68 percent registration done via Common Service Centers (States of Bihar, Odisha, Uttar Pradesh and West Bengal at the fore front).
Labour Minister,Minister of State and senior officials visit various states interacting with the unorganised workers and leaders of trade union and media, sensitizing them about the features and benefits of e-shram portal. The drive to facilitate registration of unorganized workers on E-Shram portal has received huge attention since its launch on August 26th. In almost 24 days, more than 1 crore (or 10 million) workers have registered at the portal.
As of today, 1,03,12,095 workers have registered in the portal. Of these around 43% of the beneficiaries are female and 57% are male. In a first ever concentrate step towards generating a comprehensive database of the unorganized workers from different sectors like construction, apparel manufacturing, fishing, gig and platform work, street vending, domestic work, agriculture and allied, transport sector and so on, the e-shram portal was launched by Union Minister of Labour & Employment, Shri Bhupender Yadav and Minister of State, Shri Rameshwar Teli on 26th of August.