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PM-SYM scheme for unorganised sector worker with Rs 3000 monthly pension

USNMix Report: Starting a scheme to pay a pension of 3,000 
for the unorganized sector workers, this is the age limit.

Workers joining the scheme will be given monthly pension of Rs 3,000 on their contribution after the age of 60 years.

PM-SYM scheme for unorganised sector worker of Rs 3000 monthly pension


The Prime Minister Shram Yogi Mann-Dhan (PM-SYM) announced for the unorganized sector employees in the interim budget has started and 3.13 lakh public service centers (CSCs) across the country can be linked to this scheme. After the age of 60 years the workers who make the scheme will be given monthly pension of Rs. 3,000. Special bodies working under the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology, CSC e-Governance Services India Ltd.

Has started the registration process under the PM-SYM scheme. Under this, eligible workers of the age group of 18 to 40 years of the unorganized sector will be eligible to adopt. An official said that after joining the scheme, the workers will get monthly pension of Rs 3,000 after the age of 60 on their contributions.

Finance Minister Piyush Goyal announced this ambitious social security scheme in the interim budget 2019-20. It is being implemented by the Labor Ministry. The benefits of the scheme will be available to the unorganized sector workers of monthly income up to Rs 15,000. Under the scheme, the target of connecting 10 million workers in the unorganized sector has been targeted in five years.

Government has added CSC e-Governance Services India Limited to connect beneficiaries across the country and their registration. Have taken the services of The official said that under the SPV network 3.13 lakh CSCs come across the country. Of these, 2.13 lakhs CSCs are at the level of Gram Panchayat. Nomination will be done by all CSCs under the scheme. The workers of the unorganized sector can register with their nearest CSC. For this, you have to take the Aadhaar card and passbook of Savings Bank Account or Jandhan passpook. The first month's contribution will be in cash.

CSC e-Governance Services India has prepared an application form for PM-SYM and will also operate it so that the entire registration process and data collection can be done in a convenient manner. Apart from this, he will also issue a unique ID number to the registered under the scheme. CSC e is a special partner of the Ministry of Labor for the implementation of the Governance Services India Scheme.

The CSC also works as a representative of banks in remote and rural areas. This center will also help those interested in registration under PM-SYM to open a bank account in CSC and people will not need to go to the bank branch for this.

The official said that in the later stage, the ministry can also enroll through PM-SYM web portal or mobile app. In such a situation, people will be able to self-verify through Aadhaar Number-Savings Bank Account or a Savings Bank Account. In this scheme, workers joining the age of 18 will have to pay a monthly subscription of Rs 55. Those who join the scheme at the age of 29, those who are 100 and 40 years old will have to contribute a monthly contribution of Rs 200.

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