9 Hour Working Day News by Govt, Ab Apko 9 Ghanta Working Karna Hoga

9 Hour Working Day Rule in India, 9 Hours Work Day News Minimum Wage of Labor in 9 Hour work day. Floor Wage meaning Indian Govt going to implement 9 hour of working day according to payment rule. If this 9 hour Govt order passed than employee will bound to work at least 9 hours. But before passing central government 9 hours working days it may go to that panel where people sit take decision on whether we must apply it or not. However on pilot basis in new bharti, which means those fresher who recently joins Government office will be affected by this 9 hours working day. On 3rd November Sunday Times, one of Government spokesperson said on National Level 9 hours working scheme proposal sent and govt spokes person replied on some one question who said whether govt also increased minimum wage for people who will work 9 hours a day.

India 9 Hour Working Day In this 9 hours working day scheme of Govt of India hand over to specialist committee and in future they may also write letter to increase salary, minimum wage also. Proposal is now on public and people can now comment, discuss and debut the matter of 9 hours working day. Common people and employee can also share problem on 9 hours working a day.

When will 9 hours a day work: Final deadline to fully observe this 9 hours scheme is in December month. In Masuda (Proposal in English),” Normal working day is 9 hours. However govt accept 8 hour working day will always available on 26 days in a month. Some points on 9 Hour working days latest news.

1. On national level basis, India will be divided into 3 geographical categories.

Metro City (above 40 Lakh)
City (40 Lakh below)

2. Home allowance will be 10 percent of minimum wage. It will not affect Employee location on which they are living.

3. In 5 year a time, minimum wage will be decided on Floor wage. Meaning of floor wage is recruiters can’t give salary by their own.

4. Minimum Wage Rs 375 per day for all Mazdoor, Labor. This proposal given by labor department.