Minimum Wage – Daman and Diu - Residential hotel, restaurant or eating house

  • Valid in August 2019
  • The amounts are in Indian Rupee (₹).

Skill level

Basic per Day VDA per Day Total per Day
Unskilled
Minimum wage with effect from Apr 01, 2018 till Jun 01, 2019. Information last updated on this page Jun 01, 2019
 268.00  26.10  294.10
Semi-Skilled
Minimum wage with effect from Apr 01, 2018 till Jun 01, 2019. Information last updated on this page Jun 01, 2019
 276.00  26.10  302.10
Skilled
Minimum wage with effect from Apr 01, 2018 till Jun 01, 2019. Information last updated on this page Jun 01, 2019
 284.00  26.10  310.10

Working Hours

  • Days per week specified: 6.0
  • Hours per week specified: 48

Definitions

Definition of Unskilled, Semi-skilled, Skilled & Highly Skilled Workers.
(i) Unskilled:
An unskilled employee is one who does operations that involve the performance of simple duties, which require the experience of little of no independent judgment or previous experience although familiarity with the occupational environment is necessary. His work may thus require in addition to physical exertion familiarity with variety of articles or goods.
(ii) Semi-skilled:
A semiskilled worker is one who does work generally of defined routine nature wherein the major requirement is not so much of the judgment, skill and but for proper discharge of duties assigned to him or relatively narrow job and where important decisions made by others. His work is thus limited to the performance of routine operations of limited scope.
(iii) Skilled:
A skilled employee is one who is capable of working efficiently of exercising considerable independent judgement and of discharging his duties with responsibility. He must posses a thorough and comprehensive knowledge of the trade, craft or industry in which he is employed.
(iv) Highly Skilled:
A highly skilled worker is one who is capable of working efficiently and supervises efficiently the work of skilled employees.

  • Manufacture of eatable tobacco (not being an employment falling under any entry 3 in part - I of the Schedule)

18 Employment in engineering industry (not being on employment falling under entry 26 in this part) that is to say, any industry engaged in any manufacturing process in  relation to any machinery, tools, Instruments, utensils or articles, or parts thereof manufactures from ferrous or non-ferrous metals or any alloys (including manufactures of ancillary products for automobile industry, manufacture of bicycles including its spare parts) and process connected therewith such as shaping, pressing , extrusion, turning fabrication, processing smelting, refining, drilling, cutting, joining, grinding, forging welding, buffing, electroplating and moulding.

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