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ILO signs MoU with department of Chemicals

ILO signs MoU with department of Chemicals

🕔16:33, 27.Jul 2022

New Delhi, July 27 (IANS) The Department of Chemicals and Petrochemicals (DCPC) on Wednesday signed an MoU with International Labour Organisation (ILO) to adopt the International Chemical Safety Cards (ICSCs) for information dissemination to the chemical industry. The International Chemical Safety

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Amid pandemic, renewable jobs globally reached 12 mn: IRENA

Amid pandemic, renewable jobs globally reached 12 mn: IRENA

🕔14:05, 22.Oct 2021

New Delhi, Oct 22  Amid Covid-19 pandemic, renewable energy employment worldwide reached 12 million last year, up from 11.5 million in 2019, according to the eighth edition of Renewable Energy and Jobs: Annual Review 2021. The report was released by

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4th Industrial Revolution requires re-examination of opportunities

4th Industrial Revolution requires re-examination of opportunities

🕔13:32, 12.Apr 2019

United Nations, April 12  In the era of the fourth Industrial Revolution when automation looms, people’s opportunities and well-being have to be re-examined, according to India’s Deputy Permanent Representative K. Nagaraj Naidu. “Anxiety about the impact of technology on the

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India needs to improve its wage policies for inclusive growth: ILO

India needs to improve its wage policies for inclusive growth: ILO

🕔10:08, 21.Aug 2018

New Delhi, Aug 21  The International Labour Organisation (ILO) on Monday said that India needs to improve its wage policies to promote “inclusive growth” even as low pay, gender wage gap and informality remain pervasive. “Low pay and wage inequality

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India’s green sectors to employ 300,000 workers by 2022: ILO

India’s green sectors to employ 300,000 workers by 2022: ILO

🕔10:49, 15.May 2018

United Nations, May 15 The International Labour Organisation (ILO) has estimated that 300,000 workers will be employed directly in the solar and wind energy sectors by 2022 to meet India’s goal of generating 175 gigawatts of electricity from renewable sources.

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