The Labour Bureau is all set to launch its five major surveys, including on migrant and domestic workers, across the country by April 1 as two out of three mandated pre-testings of the studies yielded “encouraging and positive results”.
The third pre-testing of the five surveys would be conducted in next ten days and then the studies would begin across the country by the Labour Bureau, which is a wing of the Ministry of Labour & Employment.
Talking to PTI, Director General Labour Bureau D P S Negi said, “There are very encouraging and positive results of two pre-testings of these five surveys. The third testing in certain pocket would be done in next ten days. We are hopeful to launch all five surveys across the country by April 1 and work on ground to release results in seven to eight month.”
Source: Business Standard