ESIC Employees State Insurance Corporation Released Exam Call Letter 2019 Download Now

ESIC Employees State Insurance Corporation Released Exam Call Letter 2019 Download Now: ESIC Employees State Insurance Corporation India Released Call Letter for the examination of Jr. Engineer Post interested and qualified candidates download there Call Letter before the examination. Employees State Insurance Corporation (ESIC), New Delhi has recently released call letter for attending Computer Based Exam (CBE) for the posts of “Jr. Engineer (Civil/Electrical)”.

ESIC Employees State Insurance Corporation Released Exam Call Letter 2019 Download Now:

Name of the Post:  Jr. Engineer (Civil or Electrical)

Organization: ESIC Employees State Insurance Corporation – India

Examination Date: The exam will be held on 24 January 2019

Candidates who have applied for these posts can download their call letter at below link…

Download Exam Call Letter for Jr. Engineer (Civil or Electrical) ESIC: CLICK HERE

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About Employees State Insurance Corporation (ESIC)

The promulgation of Employees’ State Insurance Act, 1948(ESI Act), by the Parliament was the first major legislation on social Security for workers in independent India. It was a time when the industry was still in a nascent stage and the country was heavily dependent on an assortment of imported goods from the developed or fast developing countries.

The deployment of manpower in manufacturing processes was limited to a few select industries such as jute, textile, chemicals etc.

The legislation on creation and development of a foolproof multi-dimensional Social Security system, when the country’s economy was in a very fledgling state was obviously a remarkable gesture towards the socio-economic amelioration of a workforce though limited in number and geographic distribution. India, notwithstanding, thus, took the lead in providing organized social protection to the working class through statutory provisions.

The ESI Act 1948, encompasses certain health-related eventualities that the workers are generally exposed to; such as sickness, maternity, temporary or permanent disablement, Occupational disease or death due to employment injury, resulting in loss of wages or earning capacity-total or partial. Social security provision made in the Act to counterbalance or negate the resulting physical or financial distress in such contingencies is thus, aimed at upholding human dignity in times of crises through protection from deprivation, destitution, and social degradation while enabling the society the retention and continuity of socially useful and productive manpower.

History of Employees State Insurance Corporation (ESIC)

The scheme was inaugurated in Kanpur on 24th February 1952 (ESIC Day) by then Prime Minister Pandit Jawahar Lal Nehru. The venue was the Brijender Swarup Park, Kanpur and Panditji addressed a 70,000 strong gathering in Hindi in the presence of Pt.Gobind Ballabh Pant, Chief Minister Uttar Pradesh; Babu Jagjivan Ram, Union Labour Minister; Raj Kumari Amrit Kaur, Union Health Minister; Sh. Chandrabhan Gupt, Union Food Minister and Dr.C.L.Katial, the first Director-General of ESIC.

The scheme was simultaneously launched at Delhi as well and the initial coverage for both the centers was 1,20,000 employees. Our first Prime Minister was the first honorary insured person of the Scheme and the declaration form bearing his signature is a prized possession of the Corporation.

It is important to mention here that it blossomed as the first social security scheme in 1944 when the Govt. of the day was still British. The first document on social insurance was “Report on Health Insurance” submitted to the Tripartite Labour Conference, headed by Prof. B.P.Adarkar, an eminent scholar and visionary.

The Report was acclaimed as a worthy document and forerunner of the social security scheme in India and Prof. Adarkar was acknowledged as “Chhota Beveridge” by none other than Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel. Sir, William Beveridge, as all know, was one of the high priests of social insurance.

The report was accepted and Prof. Adarkar continued to be actively associated with it until 1946. On his disassociation, he strongly advocated management of the Scheme by an expert from ILO. In 1948 Dr. C.L.Katial, an eminent Indian doctor from London took over as the 1st Director General of ESIC and he steered the affairs of the fledgling Scheme till 1953.

Since the red letter day of 24th February in the annals of social security in India, there has been no looking back. A lighted lamp which is the logo of ESIC truly symbolizes the spirit of the Scheme, lighting up lives of innumerable families of workers by replacing despair with hope and providing help in times of distress, both physical and financial.

During the 66 years of its existence, ESIC has grown from strength to strength and the Corporation owes it, most of all, to the commitment, dedication, and perseverance of persons like Prof. Adarkar and Dr. Katial.

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