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Monday, December 7, 2015

Changes under Bonus Act - PIBNews

Shri Bandaru Dattatreya, the Minister of State (IC) for Ministry Labour and Employment in reply to a question in Lok Sabha today stated that there is a proposal to increase the eligibility limit and calculation ceiling under the Payment of Bonus Act, 1965. 
          The minimum wage in the country may not be comparable to those of developed countries owing to differences in exchange rates, purchasing power parity of local currencies, etc.  Also under the provisions of the Minimum Wages Act, 1948, both Central and State Governments are appropriate Governments to fix, review and revise the minimum wages of the workers employed in the scheduled employment under their respective jurisdictions.  As regards minimum wages in States, there is disparity due to variations in socio-economic and agro-climatic conditions, income, prices of essential commodities, paying capacity, productivity and local conditions.  However, as per the available information, a statement showing the range of rates of minimum wages in all the States/Union Territories is enlisted here.
            Category wise Range of Minimum Rates of Wages in All States as on 01.12.2015
S.No.
State/UT
Categories
Unskilled
Semi Skilled
Skilled
Highly Skilled
Min.
Max.
Min.
Max.
Min.
Max.
Min.
Max.
1
Andhra Pradesh
69.27
-
-
-
-
-
-
858.83
2
Arunachal Pradesh
150.00
170.00
160.00
180.00
170.00
190.00
-
-
3
Assam
177.84
177.84
205.20
205.20
284.55
284.55
-
-
4
Bihar
181.00
197.00
188.00
206.00
232.00
251.00
282.00
308.00
5
Chhattisgarh
157.00
242.00
201.00
247.00
210.00
256.00
236.00
266.00
6
Goa
215.00
216.00
223.00
229.00
227.00
232.00
235.00
292.00
7
Gujarat
150.00
276.00
276.00
284.00
284.00
293.00
-
-
8
Haryana
226.40
226.40
231.40
236.40
241.40
246.40
251.40
251.40
9
Himachal Pradesh
170.00
185.55
180.17
187.00
206.52
214.00
227.12
274.50
10
Jammu & Kashmir*
150.00
150.00
175.00
175.00
225.00
225.00
-
-
11
Jharkhand
210.00
225.00
220.00
240.00
290.00
335.00
259.31
360.00
12
Karnataka
198.23
-
-
-
-
-
-
343.58
13
Kerala *
150.00
532.50
-
-
-
-
-
-
14
Madhya Pradesh
187.00
253.00
248.00
339.00
294.00
387.00
337.00
389.00
15
Maharashtra
180.00
315.49




-
-
16
Meghalaya
170.00
170.00
181.00
181.00
191.00
191.00
212.00
212.00
17
Manipur
122.10
122.10
129.97
129.97
132.60
132.60
-
-
18
Mizoram
220.00
220.00
250.00
250.00
310.00
380.00
-
-
19
Nagaland
115.00
115.00
125.00
125.00
135.00
135.00
145.00
145.00
20
Odisha
200.00
200.00
220.00
220.00
240.00
240.00
260.00
260.00
21
Punjab
267.13
277.13
297.13
297.13
331.63
331.63
371.33
371.33
22
Rajasthan
166.00
166.00
176.00
176.00
186.00
186.00
236.00
236.00
23
Sikkim
220.00
220.00
242.00
242.00
275.00
275.00
319.00
319.00
24
 Tamil Nadu
146.00
431.86
-
-
-
-
-
-
25
Tripura
142.46
346.15
162.81
375.00
184.96
403.85
280.00
405.42
26
Uttarakhand
200.00
272.12
231.54
291.54
235.31
310.96
249.23
356.35
27
Uttar Pradesh
161.00
262.11
240.24
288.32
282.07
322.96
299.19
299.19
28
West Bengal
171.00
268.00
172.00
295.00
175.00
324.50
181.00
357.00
29
A.& N. Islands
274.00
285.00
286.00
294.00
338.00
363.00
363.00
384.00
30
Chandigarh
306.19
306.19
311.96
316.00
323.15
332.15
348.00
348.00
31
D & N Haveli
220.80
220.80
227.30
227.30
233.80
233.80
-
-
32
Daman & Diu
268.20
268.20
276.20
276.20
284.20
284.20
-
-
33
Delhi
316.00
353.00
349.00
390.00
384.00
429.00
-
-
34
Lakshadweep
255.20
255.20
280.50
280.20
305.20
305.20
335.20
335.20
35
Puducherry
55.00
255.00
-
-
-
-
-
-
36
Telangana
69.27
363.26







* Data is yet to be received. Figures indicate rates of wages as on 31.12.2013
The minimum wages shown for unskilled category for the state of Assam and West Bengal do  not include the rates for Tea plantation. However, the rate of Tea Plantation in Tamil Nadu and Kerala are higher than the minimum for unskilled category.
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