Re: Functions Of Central Board For Workers Education
The Central Board for Workers Education (CBWE) is an autonomous body under the Ministry of Labour & Employment, Government of India.
It is registered under the Societies Registration Act, 1860.
The Workers Education Scheme in India has been playing a very significant role in our national development; creating an enlightened and disciplined work force and bringing about desirable behavioral changes in our workforce in the organized, unorganized and rural sectors.
The Scheme aims at achieving the objectives of creating and increasing awareness and educating the workforce for their effective participation in the socio-economic development of the country.
Workers Education covers a whole range of skills and knowledge, which contribute to the harmonious development of a workerís personality, his role in the society and the knowledge and attitudes required for such roles.
To equip all sections of workers, including rural workers and women workers, for their intelligent participation in social and economic development of the nation in accordance with its declared objectives
To strengthen among all sections of the working class, including rural workers, a sense of patriotism, national integrity, unity, amity, communal harmony, secularism and pride in being an Indian
To develop capacity of workers in all aspects to meet the challenges of the country from time to time
To develop amongst the workers a greater understanding of the problems of their social and economic environment, their responsibilities towards family members, and their rights and obligations as citizens, as workers in industry and as members and officials of trade union
To develop strong, united and more responsible trade unions and to strengthen democratic processes and traditions in the trade union movement through more enlightened members and better trained officials.
To empower the workers as employees of the organization and to develop sense of belongingness as effective instruments of amicable industrial relations and maintaining industrial peace.
Central Board for Workers Education,
7/10, Room No.21-22,
Jam Nagar House,
Answered By StudyChaCha Member
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