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Labour policies are devised to maintain economic development, social justice, industrial harmony and welfare of labour in the

country. To promote these activities, various reforms and initiatives have been brought upon by the government. This section covers employment oriented programmes, activities, schemes, recruitment, notifications, labour welfare acts, rules, laws, online services, grievance cells, etc. Details of organised and unorganised sector workers are also available.

Details related to policies, schemes and initiatives by Ministry of Textiles are given. Users can access information about policies such as National Textile Policy, National Jute Policy, Textile Export Quota Policy, etc. Details on various schemes like Technology Mission on Technical Textiles (TMTT), Integrated skill development scheme for the textiles and apparel sector including jute and handicrafts, Technology Upgradation Fund Scheme (TUFS), Jute Manufactures Development Council, Textile Workers Rehabilitation Fund Scheme (TWRFS), etc. are also provided. Information about initiatives like Textile Resurgence and Textile Ministry Agenda is available.

The impact of any training programme largely depends upon the impact it creates and this impact unless otherwise transforms into written form remains unnoticed. Since training and education are the vehicles of social and economic change such unnoticed impact would not motivate others to act alive. In the light of this, the Regional Directorates are invariably assessing the impact of training programmes conducted by them for various sections of the working class. The impacts given in this page is an attempt of the CBWE to highlight the positive outcome of its various training programmes in several important areas. The impact of any training programme largely depends upon the impact it creates and this impact unless otherwise transforms into written form remains unnoticed. Since training and education are the vehicles of social and economic change such unnoticed impact would not motivate others to act alive. In the light of this, the Regional Directorates are invariably assessing the impact of training programmes conducted by them for various sections of the working class. The impacts given in this page is an attempt of the CBWE to highlight the positive outcome of its various training programmes in several important areas.

List of Impacts:

Quality of Life Programme Held Participants Form SHG Trade Union Formed Self Help Group Formed Conscientization Camp Motivates Participants to Stop Child Labour Practice RACs Bring Perceptible Impact Self Help Groups Formed CBWE Programmes Help Improve Work Culture

Providing Educational Opportunities in the Workplace


Worker Education Program (WEP), is a non-profit workplace education program. The mission of WEP is to provide worker-centered educational and training opportunities to entry-level unionized workers. WEP partners with employers and unions to offer classes that help workers communicate better in English, increase their literacy skills, improve their math, acquire high school diplomas, explore career advancement, or prepare for college. Since 1991, WEP has served over 4,000 Massachusetts workers. WEP currently offers 12 classes at five sites. WEP classes are funded by grants from the Massachusetts Department of Secondary and Elementary Education, English for New Bostonians, and First Literacy. WEP is a provider for the 1199SEIU Training and Upgrading Fund Massachusetts Division.