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West Bengal Labour Welfare Board

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Statistical

  • No of online registered employer

    5049

  • No of online registered employer (approved)

    5049

  • No of online registered employer contributed

    3652

  • Gender Count of Online Registered Company

    3857    281    1

  • Total no. of employee of DECEMBER 2021

    1048329

  • No. of business category

    6

  • Total no. of employer of DECEMBER 2021

    3214

Statutory Provision

Under the provision of Section 9 of the West Bengal Labour Welfare Fund Act, 1974 every employer of factory or commercial establishment or other establishments as defined u/s 2(5) of the Act shall pay by online mode through. lwf.wblabour.gov.in .at the following rate half-yearly basis ending on 30th June and 31st December every year:

Each employee's contribution : Rs. 3.00
Employer's contribution in respect of each employee : Rs. 15.00

Employers shall pay the half-yearly contributions of the employees and employers ending on 30th June within 15th July and ending on 31st December within 15th January every year. Each employer shall pay the contributions along with the Form D as per provision of West Bengal Labour Welfare Fund Rules, 1976. After payment each employer shall invariably obtain system generated money receipt. The employer shall also submit the particulars of his establishment in Form A under the said Rules. Both form A & D should be sent through mail to wblwb.commissioner@gmail.com Again, under Rule 4 of the West Bengal Labour Welfare Fund Rules, 1976 every employer of a factory or commercial establishment etc. shall send the Welfare Commissioner, West Bengal Labour Welfare Board unpaid accumulation i.e. the sum of money due to the employees on account of wages, bonus, gratuity etc., but actually not paid to them within a period of 3 yrs. from the date on which they become due and all fines realized from the employees of its establishment during the quarters ending 31st March, 30th June, 30th September and 31st December within 15 days from the closing of each quarter. The payment of unpaid accumulations and fines shall be accompanied by a statement giving full particulars of the amounts paid.

Any unpaid accumulation amount payable by an employer to the Welfare Commissioner, West Bengal Labour Welfare Board may be paid by bank cheque or by bank draft.

FAQ

1. If you don’t get Receipt Copy after payment but debited from your account then what to do?

Answer : If the Contribution has been deducted from your bank, we will generate your Receipt Copy within Three (3) working days then Download the receipt copy under the ' Previous Revenue Deposit’ section by clicking the following link ' https://lwf.wblabour.gov.in/wblabour/Admin/contributn '.

2. If show 10% less than Previous year then what to do?

Answer : Employees’ information in previous and current period must be sent via email (wblwb.commissioner@gmail.com) with attach supporting documents.

3. After Final submission if you want to change or update your company details then what to do?

Answer : You need to email (wblwb.commissioner@gmail.com) us the information/details attaches with supporting documents.

4. If you paid for less number of employees wrongly and want to equal then what to do?

Answer : The information needs to be emailed (wblwb.commissioner@gmail.com) to us and we will arrange for you.

5. What is the Refund Procedure?

Answer : The amount of additional payment must be emailed (wblwb.commissioner@gmail.com) with the correct bank statement.

Activities & Achievements

The West Bengal Labour Welfare Board is a statutory and autonomous body under Department of Labour, Government of West Bengal.
The key activities and schemes carried out by the Board are as follows:

Cultural Functions. Sports and Games

Labour Welfare activities are carried out round the year through the Labour Welfare Centres. Various cultural functions and competitions, quiz contests, sit and draw competitions, annual sports and games, volley ball tournament, football tournament, carom tournament, badminton tournament etc. at Labour Welfare Centre level and at zonal level for recreation and entertainment of the workers and their family members.
The Board provides different recreational and sports materials to the Labour Welfare Centres, such as daily newspapers, magazines, TV, carom board, football, volley ball, table tennis, physical fitness equipment etc. for the workers and their dependents.

Financial Assistance to participants in state, national & international level sports and games

The wards of the contributions, who participate in sports and games at state, national or international level, will get Rs. 5,000.00; Rs. 10,000.00; and Rs. 25,000.00 respectively.

Special Programmes

Zonal level cultural functions, games and sports of the workers and their family members are held at South Bengal and North Bengal zones.

Scholarship and Stipend

Scholarship and stipend are given to the wards of contributing workers every year as an economic support to pursue their studies from H.S. onwards. The eligibility for the scholarship and stipend is as follows:

(a) For scholarship: (i) Guardian's annual income shall not exceed Rs. 1,20,000/- per year. (ii) Marks obtained 65% in Madhyamik and 55% in H.S. and above. (The percentage of marks reduced by 5% for candidates of North Bengal zone.)

(b) For stipend: (i) Guardian's annual income shall not exceed Rs. 72,000/- per year. (ii) Pass marks to be obtained in Madhyamik, H.S., and university examination.

Amount of scholarship and stipend has been enhanced w.e.f. 01.04.11 by the Board as follows:
Scholarship:-
Name of Class/course Previous Amount Present Enhanced Amount
For H.S. Rs. 1,500 per year Rs. 2,700 per year
For Degree courses Rs. 2,100 per year Rs. 3,700 per year
Post graduate degree Rs. 2,400 per year Rs. 4,200 per year
M.B.B.S./ B.D.S. Rs. 3,000 per year Rs. 5,300 per year
Engineering degree Rs. 3,000 per year Rs. 5,300 per year
Diploma Courses Rs. 1,800 per year Rs. 3,200 per year
Stipend :-
Name of Class/course Previous Amount Present Enhanced Amount
For H.S. Rs. 1,200 per year Rs. 2,100 per year
For Degree courses Rs. 1,800 per year Rs. 3,200 per year
Degree in medical and engineering Rs. 2,400 per year Rs. 4,200 per year
Post Graduate Rs. 1,800 per year Rs. 3,200 per year
Diploma Courses Rs. 1,500 per year Rs. 2,700 per year
Skill based Computer Training and Vocational Training

Training in sewing and cutting is imparted by the trained instructors in different Labour Welfare Centers.

Distribution at Test Papers and Student Exercise Books

The Board distributes Test Papers free of cost to the wards of the contributing workers appearing at the Madhyamik examination and H.S. examination every year.

Financial Assistance to the Workers for Critical Disease

In case of critical diseases like cancer, bypass surgery or kidney transplantation, the contributors and their families members will get Rs. 15,000/-from the Board as subsidy.

Holiday Home:-

The Board runs four Holiday Homes as a part of Labour Welfare Schemes at Darjeeling, Digha , Bakkhali , Gangtok.

Holiday Home Category of Room/Bed Category of Visitors Revised Rent (Rs)
Digha Holiday Home (Abasarika), New Digha (opposite Science Museum), P.O. - Digha, Dist- Purba Midnapur Per Bed Contributor Rs. 20/- per day
Other Rs. 150/- per day
A.C. Room Contributor Rs. 300/- per day
Other Rs. 900/- per day
Cottage (C-type) Contributor Rs. 200/- per day
Other Rs. 700/- per day
Cottage (D-type) Contributor Rs. 100/- per day
Other Rs. 600/- per day
Bakkhali Holiday Home (Abasarika), P.O. - Bakkhali, Dist- South 24 Parganas Per Bed Contributor Rs. 20/- per day
Other Rs. 150/- per day
AC Cottage Contributor Rs. 500/- Per Day
Other Rs. 1200/- Per Day
Other Rs. 800/- per day
Gangtok Holiday Home, At "Hotel Regent", Pani House (Opposite Shiv Mandir), 31 A, National Highway Gangtok, Sikkim Per room Contributor Rs. 200/- per day
Other Rs. 700/- per day
Darjeeling Holiday Home (Asantuly House), Acharya Jagadish Chandra Bose Road, Darjeeling Per Head Contributor Rs. 50/- Per Day
Per Head Other Rs. 700/- per day

Rest House at Regional Office, Siliguri and at the Head Quarter at Kolkata.
The rates for booking of the rest house are as follows:

Name For contributors For others
Regional office, Siliguri Rs. 25 per bed each day. Rs. 50 per bed each day
Head Office at Kolkata Rs. 25 per bed each day. Rs. 50 per bed each day
Auditoria

There is an auditorium with each model labour welfare centre. The largest auditorium with a sitting capacity of 350 persons is attached to the head quarter of the Board in Kolkata. The auditoria are basically meant for the workers or their representing trade union so that they may use it at a very nominal rate for holding social and cultural function in it. The auditoria can also be hired by Government or non-Government organizations for social, cultural or official function

Labour Welfare Centres

The Board conducts its welfare programmes and implements the welfare schemes through 51 labour welfare centres. Out of 51 labour welfare centres 23 are Model Labour Welfare Centres. The Model Labour Welfare Centres are set up on Board's own land. There is an auditorium attached to each Model Labour Welfare Centre. The Labour Welfare Centres are set up in different industrial areas of the state. Each Labour Welfare Centre has a set of TV. Magazines, daily newspapers, sports and game, gym materials are provided to the centres for the benefit of workers and their family members.