J&K Frames Advisory Board Under The Minimum Wages Act 1948

Srinagar: The Jammu and Kashmir Government on Monday constituted an advisory board under the minimum wages act, 1948.

Advisor Bhatnagar has been appointed as Chairman of the advisory board and the board has been directed to submit recommendations by 10th September.

As per order, Administrative Secretary, Finance Department, Administrative Secretary, PW(R&B) Department, Administrative Secretary, Labour & Employment Department, Labour Commissioner, J&K, Representative of J&K Industries Limited, Representative of Chamber of Commerce & Industries, Kashmir, Representative of Chamber of Commerce & Industries, Jammu, Representative of Federation of Chamber of Commerce & Industries, Bari Brahmana, Jammu, Representative of Federation of Chamber of Commerce & Industries, Sanat Nagar, Srinagar, Representative of Bharatiya Mazdoor Sangh Labour Union, J&K , Representative of State Central Labour Union, J&K, Representative of All India Trade Union Congress, Srinagar, Representative of Center of Indian Trade Unions, J&K and Representative of Indian National Trade Union Congress, J&K, Jammu will be members of the board.

The terms of reference of the Advisory Board as per order shall to consider all the representations received in response to the notified proposal of the Government, up to 27″ August, 2022, shall advise the Government on revised minimum wage rates to be adopted and any other matter related with minimum wages placed before the Board and Board shall submit its advice/recommendations to the Government by or before 10 September, 2022.

“The Advisory Board shall be serviced by the Labour and Employment Department,” he said.

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