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    Meeting into State Business Reforms Action Plan 2020-21 Held; Labour Department Expresses Satisfaction Over 'Implementation of 51 Regulation Points


    Srinagar/Jammu, Jan 8 (GNS): A meeting regarding State Business Reforms Action Plan 2020-21 was on Friday held at Jammu to see the implementation of various labour reforms in Jammu and Kashmir. 

    An official privy to the meeting told GNS that, the meeting being presided over by Saurabh Bhagat (IAS) Commissioner-cum-Secretary of Government Labour and Employment Department in the office chamber of Labour Commissioner, J&K at Jammu was also attended by Abdul Rashid War (KAS), Labour Commissioner, J&K, Kanta Devi (KAS), Deputy Labour Commissioner, Jammu, Abdul Sattar (KAS), Deputy Labour Commissioner, Central, Representative from SICOP and consultant (EoDB) for Labour and Employment Department. 

    The Commissioner-cum-Secretary Labour and Employment, as per the official, was informed that as per State Business Reforms Action Plain-2020-21, department of Labour was asked to implement 51 regulations points of various labour reforms.

    "Some of the points were from the previous years’ BRAP and some new enablers were also incorporated which includes publication of online Dash Board in public domain, elimination of requirement of renewal or auto renewal  of registration of establishments under various Acts", the official said.

    The Commissioner-cum-Secretary, Labour & Employment Department expressed his satisfaction over the fact that Labour Department has taken a prompt cognisance in implementing the 51 regulation points of SBRAP-2020-21 and has achieved about 95% of SBRAP points, the official said.

    The representative from SICOP and Consultant (EODB) for Labour and Employment, in the meantime, were asked to take immediate necessary action for developing the software for publishing an online dashboard to be available in public domain, institutionalization of Central Inspection System (CIS) and Joint Inspection System for scheduling of inspections as to achieve 100% target by the end of this month, the official added. (GNS)

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