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Being formed as one of the important national bodies to work and evaluate the developmental initiatives in the country, National Commission for Enterprises in the Unorganized Sector (NCEUS) paved the way for a completely new idea generation in the unorganized sector.
Establishment of NCEUS in the year 2004 was a great leap by Indian Government which had literally created a history by giving new voice to the unorganized sector. This Commission paved the way for a national level recognition of all unorganized sector enterprises which needed timely attention for the best possible progress.
Formation of this Commission was therefore considered timely and most suitable one which could suggest and recommend the guidelines which were considered a pivotal one for the overall progress of this country through unorganized sector’s contribution in the national economy.
NCEUS was given a proper mandate while it was formed by the Government of India so that it could explore the niche areas to work and suggest for the solutions which could bring drastic improvement in the unorganized sector. The scope of the research areas and exploration cum evaluation of the multiple factors associated with all sorts of unorganized sectors were the prime focus on which NCEUS was suggested to act and initiate its research.
It therefore took the timely advises and kept doing the researches for a new growth prospect which could yield positive outcome for the incessant progress of this sector no matter at what level it used to operates and in a certain region focal areas were.
As NCEUS was setup as an advisory board for idea generation and to suggest the Indian government new mechanisms to apply for an unorganized sector its key reports for recommendation were exclusively in line with that only. This national policy making body did several efforts to offer worthwhile reports that could be best implemented for constant growth.
The Indian Government expected from NCEUS to suggest the recommendations which addressed various issues and concerns thoroughly for the easy solution it expected. The recommendation reports which NCEUS submitted to the government were solely on those grounds only and therefore brought a big respite for unorganized sector. Some important recommendations included:-
- Giving proper voice to the unorganized sector through recognizing their contribution in the Indian economy
- Timely support to the unorganized sector with best of reform procedures
- Ensuring that the benefits gained from the unorganized sectors are organized through minute assessment
- Prompt action for the solutions of problems faced by the unorganized sector
Implementation of Recommendations
All the enterprises which used to face various types of issues which were in relation to the employment in the informal sector found an entirely new voice in the form of NCEUS. This Commission brought several new factors into limelight. This is what attracted more from the recommendation reports of this Commission that were indeed found suitable for the implementation purpose. The Indian Government has taken the keen steps to implement those reports having been submitted by this important Commission. Reports were discussed thoroughly for implementation. The mechanisms applied and the measures used to implement them all gave a new and effective direction to the government to approach the unorganized sector.
Governments in both central and state levels made it a point that the reports which they received from NCEUS should be evaluated carefully for the bets valuation so that no hurdles could arrive while they are implemented. This Commission also entrusted for the unique mechanism to apply for maximum output form all the recommendations submitted. Keeping in view the importance and effectiveness of such recommendations the government took them seriously and considered an advisory role of this Commission while implementing such recommendations.
NCEUS had also shed light on the status of the unorganized sector of the country which is also denoted the informal sector whose 93% workforce representation in the Indian economy required thorough assessment for growth. Implementation of NCEUS report therefore brought a drastic change.