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Labour Department's Web Portal for Online Application for Registration/License, payment & issuance of certificate. Labour Department Management System (Online Application)
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Official Website of Factory & Boiler Department. Factory & Boiler Department
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Factories & Boilers Department's Web Portal for Online Application for Registration/License, payment & issuance of certificate. RajFAB (Online Application)
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Labour Department is one of the oldest and important Departments of the Government of Rajasthan. The main responsibility of the Department is to protect and safeguard the interests of workers in general and those who constitute the poor, deprived and disadvantage sections of the society, in particular, with due regard to creating a healthy work environment for higher production and productivity. Government’s attention is also focused on promotion of welfare and providing social security to the labour force both in organized and unorganized sectors, in tandem with the process of liberalization. These objectives are sought to be achieved through implementation of various labour laws, which regulate the terms and conditions of service and employment of workers.

Harmonious industrial relations are a pre-requisite for economic growth and in today's world of technological innovations and market fluctuations; a re-alignment of the conventional objectives of the Labour Department has become necessary. Now, the Labour Department would not only have to ensure the implementation of labour laws but also create an enabling environment for enhancing productivity, competitiveness, labour welfare which would result in boosting economic development of the State, leading to greater opportunities for job creation. Towards this end, prevention of industrial strife would be one of the basic mandates of the Labour Department. It would also fulfill its role of perfecting and effectuating the techniques of mediation and conciliation of disputes, which might arise between labour and management and iron out any differences between them.

At present there are 44 labour related statutes enacted by the Central Government dealing with minimum wages, accidental and social security benefits, occupational safety and health, conditions of employment, disciplinary action, formation of trade unions, industrial relations etc.

WELFARE OF THE UNORGANISED SECTOR WORKERS

As per the survey carried out by the National Sample Survey Organization in the year 2009-10, the total employment, in both organized and unorganized sectors in the country was out of the order of 46.5 crore comprising around 2.8 crore in the organized sector and the balance 43.7 crore workers in the unorganized sector. Out of 43.7 crore workers in the unorganized sector, there are 24.6 crore workers employed in the agricultural sector, about 4.4 crore in construction work and remaining in manufacturing and service. In order to ensure welfare of workers in the organized sector which, inter-alia, include weavers, handloom workers, fishermen and fisherwomen, toddy tappers, leather workers, plantation labours, beedi workers, the “Unorganized Workers” Social Security Act, 2008 has been enacted. As per the provisions of the Act, a State Social Security Board has been constituted for recommending formulation of social security schemes viz., Life and Disability Cover, Health and Maternity Benefits, Old Age Protection and any other benefit as may be determined by the Government for unorganized workers.

The Activities of the DoL are carried out through the Head office at Jaipur and 34 Regional/ District offices located across the state. The state level activities are taken up by the Head Office, which also monitors the functioning of the Regional/ District offices. The District level activities are taken up at the respective Regional/ District offices In order to make the department more robust and effective, all the offices of the Labour Department is kept under 7 divisional offices. Divisional and District level officers are responsible to maintain effective functioning of the department.

Registration Procedure Inspection Third party/self certification Abolition of Bonded Labour System (Resource Material)
Registration/Renewal Procedure and Timeline Inspection Procedure Third party Certification
Approval Procedure Inspection Checklist Self Certification Schemes
Fees and Checklist Inspection Circular Third Party Agencies
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You are invited to use Labour Dept. Management System (LDMS)/Rajasthan Factory and Boiler Management System (RajFAB) .
Total Online Transactions on LDMS : 2,208,770
Total Online Payment on LDMS : Rs.- 172,616,090
Total Received Applications on LDMS : 359,605
Total Pending Applications at Department : 879
Total Applications Pending with Citizen on LDMS : 8,043
Total Disposed Applications on LDMS : 350,683
Total Inspection conducted under new framework on LDMS/RajFab : 3,245
Total Online approval of licenses/certificates on RajFab : 4,475
Total Number of customers e-Mail received : 15,217


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Nodal Officer: Shri Pradeep Jha, Deputy Labour Commissioner (Law)
Phone: +91-141-2450793 (109)   Fax: +91-141-2450782
Email: labour.support@rajasthan.gov.in
To get more information about services/schemes, please contact the Toll free number 1800-180-6127/1800-1800-999

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