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Study on Labour Productivity

As per MOU signed by FCI with the Ministry of CA,F&PD for the year 2010-2011 , a study on labour productivity was given to National Productivity Council to frame the incentive wages scheme in respect of departmental workers for handling 50 kg bags and also to suggest working norms in respect of DPS and Departmental Category workers for fluctuating sporadic workload in FCI depots. NPC submitted its final report to substantiate our claim for increasing the datum which stands submitted to CGIT, New Delhi.

As per MOU signed by FCI with the Ministry of CA,F&PD for the year 2012-13, it was decided to conduct a study on labour issues viz manpower planning, induction policy & others issues. Delloite Touche Tohmatsu India Private Limited was awarded a study on “MANPOWER PLANNING AND INDUCTION POLICY”. The report submitted by M/s Deloitte on Manpower Planning & Induction Policy was further deliberated by a Board level subcommittee and has submitted its recommendations/observations to the Board.

Status of action taken with regard to recommendation of Board level subcommittee was also placed before the BOD in the 372th meeting held on 14/10/2015. The Board after discussions resolved as under:

“The issues flagged in the Board Note relating to labour were deliberated and the Board observed that it is important that FCI should come out of the current quagmire and continue the dialogue with the Labour Bodies to resolve the impasse on various policy issues on which major difference of opinion exists. The Board further advised that a pragmatic and practical approach needs to be adopted to reach at mutually acceptable solutions. In case such proposals stipulate going beyond the mandate given by the Ministry so far, specific proposals alongwith full justification and reasoning should be put up to the Board for consideration and sending it to Department of Food for approval.”


Last updated on 06.07.2017