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Evaluation of centrally sponsored scheme for rehabilitation of bonded labour

Evaluation of centrally sponsored scheme for rehabilitation of bonded labour

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Published by Programme Evaluation Organisation, Planning Commission, Govt. of India in New Delhi .
Written in English


Classifications
LC ClassificationsMicrofiche 85/60418 (H)
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Paginationvi, 106 p.
Number of Pages106
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2697105M
LC Control Number85908562

In May , the Indian Government revised the rehabilitation scheme for released bonded labourers to provide adequate financial assistance. Gaping holes in the scheme’s framework ensure that it is little more than a paper tiger to an estimated 18 million Indians trapped in bonded labour. Bonded labour is the pledging of one’s labour for the repayment of debts, for an undefined period of. The Centrally Sponsored Scheme for Rehabilitation. NGOs can and ideally will be partners in the rehabilitation of former bonded labourers. States should create and implement plans for the rehabilitation of former bonded labourers. States should criminally prosecute those who exploit bonded labourers and perpetuate bonded labour systems.

  The government had launched a centrally-sponsored scheme for rehabilitation of bonded labourers in Under the scheme, an assistance of up to Rs 4, per bonded labour was provided initially. This was raised to Rs 6, in and to Rs 10, in . Ministry of Employment and Labor actually introduced the scheme in for the overall rehabilitation of the bonded laborers across the country. Currently, every freed laborer in the country is entitled to get for the rehabilitation.

  A senior government official told ET that the ministry is finalising the changes to the centrally-sponsored scheme for rehabilitation of bonded labourers and a proposal to this effect could go to the Cabinet shortly. The rehabilitation cost per labour under the scheme is equally borne between the Centre and state. It was last revised in   The BLS(A) Act, for the last 40 years has not been able to eradicate Bonded Labour System completely. Even the Rehabilitation Scheme of have been able to free lakh Bonded Labourers in 18 States across districts in the country during the past 38 years.


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Evaluation of centrally sponsored scheme for rehabilitation of bonded labour Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Centrally Sponsored Scheme for Rehabilitation of Bonded Labourers was revised in May In an evaluation of the performance of the scheme and consultation with stakeholders, it was realised that the scheme was not effective in the elimination of Bonded Labour System and a revamp was necessary.

Evaluation of Centrally Sponsored Scheme [Bonded Labour | Brick Kiln Workers - Governmental Resources] Evaluation of Centrally Sponsored Scheme for rehabilitation of bonded labour - Interim report of the Programme Evaluation organization by the Planning Commission on evaluation of Centrally Sponsored.

centrally sponsored plan scheme for rehabilitation of bonded labour In order to assist the State Governments in their task of rehabilitation of released bonded labourers, the Ministry of Labour launched a Centrally Sponsored Scheme since May, for rehabilitation of bonded labourers.

The centrally sponsored scheme now under implementation estimates an outlay of Rs 4, as adequate for such rehabilitation and the Indian Institute of Public Administration survey indicates that a total expenditure of Rs 14, to Rs 21, over a five-year period is necessary for total rehabilitation of each bonded labourer.

Under the Bonded Labour System (Abolition) Act, identification, release and rehabilitation of freed bonded labour is the direct responsibility of the concerned State Government/Union Territory.

In order to assist the States/UTs in the task of rehabilitation of identified and released bonded labourers, a Centrally Sponsored Plan Scheme for Rehabilitation of Bonded Labour.

Rehabilitation of Bonded Labours Scheme This RBLS has launched in According to the scheme, people who have released from the bonded labours system will be given financial help for rehabilitation. Then PM of India, Shree Manmohan Singh had started this scheme where each labour will be paid Rs.

20, /- for their betterment. Release and rehabilitation of bonded labour The National Campaign Committee for the Eradication of Bonded Labour (NCCEBL), in collaboration with Human Rights Law Network, is an umbrella organisation comprised of activists, human rights groups, trade union leaders, students and several voluntary organisations who all share the same goal.

Internship Scheme. OM Dated 14th March ; Details of the Scheme; Application Form; No. Objection Certificate; Grant in Aid on Child and Women Labour; National Child Labour Project; Plan Schemes of DGFASLI; Plan Schemes for DGMS; Labour Tribunals, Courts of Adjudication and Conciliation Boards; Rehabilitation of Bonded Labourer; Revised Integrated Housing Scheme.

Modifications in the Central sector Scheme for the rehabiitation of bonded labour, pdf Start Date to End Date: Monday, J - to Friday, J - A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text.

The Centrally Sponsored Scheme for Rehabilitation of Bonded Labourers was last revised in May In an evaluation of the performance of the scheme and consultation with stakeholders, it was realised that the scheme was not effective in.

A Guide for Evaluation and Impact Assessment WORK IN FREEDOM Bonded Labour Projects: A Guide for Evaluation and Impact Assessment By Smita Premchander M. Chidambaranathan V. Prameela L. Jeyaseelan. The revamped scheme is known as the ‘Central Sector Scheme for Rehabilitation of Bonded Labourers, ’.

The scheme is a Central Sector Scheme and the State Government is not required to pay any contribution for the purpose of cash rehabilitation assistance. In May, the Ministry of Labour and Employment released the operational guidelines for the new Central Sector Scheme for Rehabilitation of Bonded Labourers, This story outlines the issue of bonded labour, highlights the important features of the scheme and compares it with earlier central sector schemes for rehabilitation of bonded labourers to understand [ ].

Welfare and Rehabilitation of Bonded Labourers Posted On: 13 FEB PM by PIB Delhi In order to assist the State Governments in the task of rehabilitation of identified and released bonded labourers, a Centrally Sponsored Plan Scheme for Rehabilitation of Bonded Labour has been in operation since May, The financial assistance for rehabilitation is % funded by the Central Government.

The Scheme also provides for financial assistance of Rs. lakh per district to the States for conducting survey of bonded labourers, Rs. Lakh for evaluatory studies and Rs. 10 Lakhs per State per annum for awareness generation. Draft of Revised Centrally Sponsored Plan Scheme for Rehabilitation of Bonded Labour released It seeks to address anomalies associated with the.

Central Governmental Schemes on Rehabilitation of Bonded Labourers. After the enactment of the Act, To assist State governments in their duty to rehabilitee such releases bonded labourers, the Labour Ministry has launched a centrally sponsored scheme in May in Bonded Labour: Concept, Causes and Other Details.

A man keeping another man in perpetual bondage for his selfish and per­sonal designs is a kind of man’s cruelty to man which is not confined to a particular country or a particular region but is found as a global phe­nomenon for thousands of years, right from the Biblical days to the present era.

Film: EqualiTea, Documentary film on Child labour in the brick kilns December 15 International Tea Day. Rehabilitation of Bonded Labourers [Bonded Labour | Brick Kiln Workers - Governmental Resources] Evaluation of Centrally Sponsored Scheme for rehabilitation of bonded labour - Interim report of the Programme Evaluation organization by.

After the enactment of Bonded Labour System (Abolition) Act,the prevalence of bonded labour was made illegal and it was intended to be abolished throughout the country with effect from Octo Union government initiated the Centrally Sponsored Scheme for Rehabilitation of Bonded Labour in and revised it in May   I n May, the Ministry of Labour and Employment released the operational guidelines for the new Central Sector Scheme for Rehabilitation of Bonded Labourers, This story outlines the issue of bonded labour, highlights the important features of the scheme, and compares it with earlier central sector schemes for rehabilitation of bonded.Source: Press Information Bureau The Government of India has implemented a Central Sector Scheme for Rehabilitation of Bonded Labourer, for providing rehabilitation assistance to the released bonded labour.

Financial assistance As per the scheme, financial assistance to the tune of Rs. 1,00, Rs. 2,00,/- Rs. 3,00,/- are provided to released bonded labourers based.