Minimum Wage – Puducherry - Building Operation - Puducherry, Karaikal, Mahe and Yanam Regions

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

Category of workers

Total per Day
1 Stone cutter or stone breaker or stone crusher - Class I
Minimum wage with effect from Oct 01, 2016.
 336.00
1 Stone cutter or stone breaker or stone crusher - Class II
Minimum wage with effect from Oct 01, 2016.
 331.00
2 Masan or Brick Layer - Class I
Minimum wage with effect from Oct 01, 2016.
 340.00
2 Masan or Brick Layer - Class II
Minimum wage with effect from Oct 01, 2016.
 333.00
3 Carpenter - Class I
Minimum wage with effect from Oct 01, 2016.
 340.00
3 Carpenter - Class II
Minimum wage with effect from Oct 01, 2016.
 333.00
4 Painter or Vanisher - Class I
Minimum wage with effect from Oct 01, 2016.
 331.00
4 Painter or Vanisher - Class II
Minimum wage with effect from Oct 01, 2016.
 326.00
5 Fitters including bar beddings - Class I
Minimum wage with effect from Oct 01, 2016.
 331.00
5 Fitters including bar beddings - Class II
Minimum wage with effect from Oct 01, 2016.
 326.00
6 Plumbers for road pipe work - Class I
Minimum wage with effect from Oct 01, 2016.
 331.00
6 Plumbers for road pipe work - Class II
Minimum wage with effect from Oct 01, 2016.
 326.00
7 Electrician - Class I
Minimum wage with effect from Oct 01, 2016.
 336.00
7 Electrician - Class II
Minimum wage with effect from Oct 01, 2016.
 331.00
8 Mehanic - Class I
Minimum wage with effect from Oct 01, 2016.
 336.00
8 Mehanic - Class II
Minimum wage with effect from Oct 01, 2016.
 331.00
9 Well-Sinker - Deep well sinker
Minimum wage with effect from Oct 01, 2016.
 341.00
9 Well-Sinker - Ordinary well sinker
Minimum wage with effect from Oct 01, 2016.
 331.00
9 Welder
Minimum wage with effect from Oct 01, 2016.
 340.00
10 Deep well sinker
Minimum wage with effect from Oct 01, 2016.
 341.00
11 Head Mazdor
Minimum wage with effect from Oct 01, 2016.
 322.00
12 Mazdoor - Category I
Minimum wage with effect from Oct 01, 2016.
 317.00
12 Mazdoor - Category II
Minimum wage with effect from Oct 01, 2016.
 313.00
13 Spray man or Mixer man (road surfacing)
Minimum wage with effect from Oct 01, 2016.
 319.00
14 Wodden or stone packer
Minimum wage with effect from Oct 01, 2016.
 319.00
15 Well diver to remove silt - Class I
Minimum wage with effect from Oct 01, 2016.
 323.00
15 Well diver to remove silt - Class II
Minimum wage with effect from Oct 01, 2016.
 326.00
16 Hammer man
Minimum wage with effect from Oct 01, 2016.
 322.00
17 Thatcher
Minimum wage with effect from Oct 01, 2016.
 318.00
18 Maistry
Minimum wage with effect from Oct 01, 2016.
 341.00
19 Blacksmith - Class I
Minimum wage with effect from Oct 01, 2016.
 340.00
19 Blacksmith - Class II
Minimum wage with effect from Oct 01, 2016.
 333.00
20 Sawer
Minimum wage with effect from Oct 01, 2016.
 333.00
21 Caulker
Minimum wage with effect from Oct 01, 2016.
 322.00
22 Mixer (including concrete mixer operator)
Minimum wage with effect from Oct 01, 2016.
 328.00
23 Pump operator
Minimum wage with effect from Oct 01, 2016.
 328.00
24 Mixer driver
Minimum wage with effect from Oct 01, 2016.
 328.00
25 Lorry driver
Minimum wage with effect from Oct 01, 2016.
 331.00
26 Lorry cleaner
Minimum wage with effect from Oct 01, 2016.
 322.00
27 Roller driver
Minimum wage with effect from Oct 01, 2016.
 331.00
28 Gumastha (Clerk or time-keeper)
Minimum wage with effect from Oct 01, 2016.
 326.00
29 Kalasis or serang engaged in heavy engineering construction like heavy machinery bridge work etc. Class-I
Minimum wage with effect from Oct 01, 2016.
 341.00
29 Kalasis or serang engaged in heavy engineering construction like heavy machinery bridge work etc. Class-II
Minimum wage with effect from Oct 01, 2016.
 340.00
30 Picothaman
Minimum wage with effect from Oct 01, 2016.
 315.00
31 Watchman
Minimum wage with effect from Oct 01, 2016.
 315.00
32 Mosaic polisher
Minimum wage with effect from Oct 01, 2016.
 340.00

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.

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