Ministry of Labour and Employment achieves significant milestones on the conclusion of Special Campaign 3.0

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The Ministry of Labour and Employment has successfully completed various activities under Special Campaign for Disposal of Pending Matters (SCDPM) 3.0. The campaign, in which the Ministry’s Attached, Subordinate, and Autonomous Organizations spread over the country participated with overwhelming enthusiasm, has yielded remarkable results in key areas.

Notable Achievements:

i)  Effective Disposal of Pending Matters: Under the campaign, the Ministry along with its Attached, Subordinate, and Autonomous Organizations have significantly reduced the backlog of following pending matters

        1. 102 out 139 references from MPs have been disposed of
        2. 5 out 12 parliamentary Assurance have been cleared
        3. 64 against targeted 37 state Government references have been disposed (172.97 %)
        4. 63,364 against targeted 45,284 public grievances have been disposed (139.93 %)
        5. 466 against targeted 288 PMO references have been cleared (161.81 %)
        6. 3,818 against targeted 3092 Public Grievances Appeals have been disposed (123.48%)
        7. On the ground of easing of rules for smooth functioning of work 5 rules/process out of target 2 rules/process have been eased. (250%)


ii) Efficient Space Utilization: Around 3,00,000 square feet out of targeted 1,75,580 square feet of office and outdoor space has been reclaimed and beautified, contributing to a more pleasant and productive work environment. (172.30%)

iii) Files Management:  Ministry with its Attached, Subordinate, and Autonomous Organizations has successfully achieved the 100% target in reviewing files and 2,27,354 files are successfully weeded out. Further, 14,610 e-files were reviewed and out of these, 4,330 e-files were closed as part of the Special Campaign 3.0

iv) Revenue Generation: The disposal of scrap and unusable materials has generated Rs 51,68,091 in revenue.

v) Social Media Engagement: Ministry with its Attached, Subordinate, and Autonomous Organizations has been actively engaged on social media widely publicizing the efforts and progress of the ministry.

vi) Cleanliness: Cleanliness drive have been conducted on 2,254 sites against targeted 1,618 sites to provide better work environment and in this way to increase the efficiency and better the experience at work place for the employee as well as for the general public.


2. The Campaign activities and progress were reviewed and monitored regularly at the highest level in the ministry and directions were provided by the highest-level officers in the Ministry.

3.  Best Practices were also adopted during this Campaign. Glimpse of a few best practices are as follow:

            a)         Awareness generation / mass mobilization / pledge conducted at more than 50 centers under Dattopant Thengadi National Board for Workers Education & Development,

            b)         ESIC Hospital Peenya: Nutrition Education about types of millet and their use in daily diets is being provided to the outpatients visiting the OPD and inpatients referred for diet therapy. A millet-based breakfast is also provided regularly to the inpatients admitted to the hospital.

            c)         ESIC Hospital, Bibvewadi, Pune, Maharashtra: Biomedical Waste Temporary Storage: For Temporary storage of BMW, the segregated storage facility has been created as a part of the best practices.



Source PIB