E-Shram Card: If you also work in the unorganized sector then there is good news for you. The government is running many schemes for you. Not only this, the government has started the E-Shram Portal to help the workers working in the unorganized sector. For the benefit of these schemes, so far more than 18 crore laborers have got themselves registered on this portal (E-Shram Portal Registration). It is worth noting that this portal was started on 26 August 2021.
If you also work in the unorganized sector and have not yet registered on this portal, then do it as soon as possible.
How to Apply for E-Shramik Card
The method of applying for e-Shramik card is very simple. You can also apply online. For this, you can visit the website of the labor portal. eshram.gov.in Click on After that you fill the form. After that you submit it. The application process will be completed. The government has also kept 14434 toll free number for registration. You can get more information on this.
– Official website of e-Shram Portal (eshram.gov.in) go to Click on Register on e-Shram option on the home page.
When the new page opens, enter the requested information. After this, OPT will come on the mobile number linked with your Aadhar card. Enter it.
– This will open the registration page. The application form has to be filled completely. The required documents have to be uploaded. Finally submit the form.
After this, after the completion of the registration process, 10 digits e-shram card will be issued.
Workers who do not have Aadhar link mobile number, then they can register by visiting the nearest CSC.
Such people can register on the e-shram portal
To register on this portal (eshram.gov.in), a person must work in the unorganized sector. The government has given information about eligibility to apply on the portal. Giving information on this matter, it has been told that construction workers, migrant laborers, agricultural workers, domestic workers, rezas, porters, rickshaw drivers, beauty parlor workers, sweepers, guards, barbers, cobblers, electricians, plumbers etc. are all unorganized sectors. Workers can register on this portal. Let us tell you that you do not have to be an EPFO member to register. You should also not be a government pensioner.
Who can get e-Shramik Card
Tutor, housekeeper-maid (maiden maid), cook maid (cook), sweeper, guard, beauty parlor worker, barber, cobbler, tailor, carpenter, plumber, electrician, grandson ( Painter), Tiler, Welder, Agricultural labourer, NREGA worker, Brick kiln worker, Stone breaker, Mine worker, False ceiling worker, Sculptor, Fisherman, Reza, Coolie, Rickshaw puller, Handcart in any type Vendor, Chaat Handler, Bhel Wala, Chai Wala, Hotel Servant/Waiter, Receptionist, Inquiry Clerk, Operator, Every Shop Servant/Salesman/Helper, Auto Driver, Driver, Puncture Maker, Shepherd, Dairy Wale, All Animal Husbandry, Paper Hawker, Zomato Swiggy Delivery Boy, Amazon Flipkart Delivery Boy (Courier Wale), Nurse, Wardboy, Aaya, Temple Priest, Daily Wage earners of various government offices i.e. really around you This card can be made for every worker visible.
Benefits of e-shram card
If you have an e-shram card, then you get an insurance cover of up to Rs 2 lakh under PM Suraksha Bima Yojana. If a worker dies in an accident, his family gets Rs 2 lakh. At the same time, if the person has a disability, an amount of Rs 1 lakh is available.
You also get the benefit of all the schemes of the Labor Department such as free cycles, free sewing machines, scholarships for children, free tools for your work, etc.
In future, this ration card will be linked to it, so that you will be able to get ration from any ration shop in the country.
Apart from this, 500 to one thousand rupees are being sent by the government to the people every month in their bank account.
If you have an e-shram card, then you will also be provided money under this scheme as assistance in building a house.
The e-shram cardholder will also get the direct benefits of the schemes of the central government and state governments.
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