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Mizoram Minimum Wage with effect from October 1, 2015

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Sr. No. Schedule Employment Category of workers  
Unskilled Apprentice Semi skilled / Unskilled Supervisory Skilled Grade II  Highly Skilled
In Rupees per day  
1 Hotel and Restaurants 220.00   7317.00
(per month)
8903 (per month) 9757 (per month)
2 Construction of Roads & Building 195.00   225.00 262.00 299.00
3 Loading and Un-loading 326.00   353.00 380.00  
4 Mechanical Workshops 4348.00
(per month)
  4527.00
(per month)
5404.00
(per month)
11275.00
(per month)
5 Gold Smith 175.00 251.00 293.00  
6 Petrol Pumps 4605.00
(per month)
  4872.00
(per month)
5139.00
(per month)
 
6 Private Security Guard  6654.00
(per month)
  7111.00
(per month)
7824.00
(per month)
 
7 Shops and Establishments 4310.00
(per month)
  4729.00
(per month)
5288.00
(per month)
 
Schedule Employment ( Auto Rickshaw Worker)
Average increase of CPI Category of Workers Minimum basic wages of food allowance Previous VDA Present VDA Total minimum wages (3+4+5)
145.5 Driver Rs.1966.00 only per month plus food allowance @ Rs.67.00 per diem: Rs. 547.59 Rs. 18.57  Rs. 75.66 Rs. 2.58  Rs. 2589.00 per month plus food allowance @ Rs. 88.00 per diem.
Schedule Employment ( Beedi Industry)
Average increase of CPI Minimum basic wages  Present VDA Total minimum wages (2+3)
145.5 Rs. 125.00 for rolling of 1000 beedis Rs. 4.81  Rs. 130.00 for rolling of 1000 beedis
Schedule Employment ( Domestic Workers)
Average increase of CPI Category of Workers Minimum basic wages Previous VDA Present VDA Total minimum wages (3+4+5)
145.5 1. Morning shift Rs.10/- per hour with breakfast  Rs. 1.78 Rs. 0.38  Rs. 12.00 per hour with breakfast
  2.Morning shift break evening shift Rs.9/- per hour with breakfast  Rs. 1.63 Rs. 0.35 Rs. 11.00 per hour with breakfast
  3.Moring to evening (continuously) Rs.1500/- per month with breakfast/rice in the morning as per prevailing system of the family plus lunch Rs. 271.63 Rs. 57.73 Rs.1829/- per month with breakfast/rice in the morning as per prevailing system of the family plus lunch (rounded off)
  4. Whole timer  Rs. 1,500/- in cash per month in addition the employer will provide normal food, free lodging and clothing and Rs.I00/- per month as medical in the case of illness Rs. 271.64 Rs. 18.39 Rs. 57.74 Rs. 3.85 Rs. 1829/- in cash per month in addition the employer will provide normal food, free lodging and clothing and Rs.I22/- per month as medical in the case of illness (rounded off)
Schedule Employment ( Incense and Incense Sticks)
Average increase of CPI Minimum basic wages Previous VDA Present VDA Total minimum wages (2+3/4)
145.5 (a) Rs.35.00 per Kg. incense  sticks shall be paid by the owner/contractor, if the workers supply bamboo on his/her own cost. Rs. 6.34 Rs. 1.35  (a) Rs. 43.00 per Kg. incense sticks . shall be paid by the owner/contractor, if the workers supply bamboo on his/her own cost 
  (b) Rs.35.00 per Kg. incense  sticks shall be paid by the owner/contractor, if the owners/contractors supply bamboo to the workers Rs. 4.53 Rs. 0.96 (b) Rs.30.00 per Kg. incense  sticks shall be paid by the owner/contractor, if the owners/contractor supply bamboo to the workers
  (c) Rs.3640.00 per month shall  be paid to the month ly rated workers Rs. 659.16 Rs. 140.08 (c) Rs.4439.00 per month shall  be paid to the monthly rated workers
Schedule Employment (Rice Mills Workers)
Category of Workers Existing rates of wages  Revised Rates of wages Date of effect
Hallerman  Rs.75/- per 750 Kg paddies Rs.100/- per 750 Kg paddies 08-08-1013
Boi Iing/Drying of paddy Rs.30/- per quintal
Winnowing Rs.18/- per quintal Rs.20/- per quintal
Schedule Employment ( Rubber Plantations )
Average increase of CPI Category of Workers Minimum basic wages Previous VDA Present VDA Total minimum wages (3+4+5)
145.5 1.Tappers/Processing Workers ( for adult  male and female Rs. 130.00 only for 8 hours of work Rs. 39.36 Rs. 5.00 Rs. 174.00 only for 8 hours of work
2. Rubber Plantation Field Worker ( for adult for male & female) Rs. 125.00 only for 8 hours of work Rs. 37.83 Rs. 4.81 Rs. 168.00 per hour with breakfast
Schedule Employment ( Safai Karmachari  )
Average increase of CPI Category of Workers Minimum basic wages Previous VDA Present VDA Total minimum wages (3+4+5)
145.5 Safai Karrnachari Rs. 140.00  Rs. 40.28 Rs. 5.39 Rs. 186.00 per day
Schedule Employment ( Stone Breaking and
Stone Crushing  )
Average increase of CPI Paticular of Work Minimum basic wages Previous VDA Present VDA Total minimum wages (3+4+5)
145.5 1. 0 mmto 10 mm chips Rs. 15.12per Cft. Rs. 4.20 Rs. 0.58 Rs. 20.00 per Cft.
2. 11mm to 20 mm chips Rs.10.45 per Cft. Rs. 2.91 Rs. 0.40 Rs. 14.00 per Cft.
3. 21 mm to 40 mm chips  Rs. 7.20 per Cft. Rs. 7.20 Rs. 2.00 Rs. 9.00 per Cft.
Schedule Employment ( Tailoring  )
Sr. No.  Paticular  Minimum basic wages Revised minimum rates of wages   (per piece)
1 Long Pants Rs. 86.00 Rs. 104.00
2 Shirts Rs.63.00 Rs. 75.00
3 Safari shirts Rs. 100.00 Rs. 115.00
4 Jeans Pant Rs. 119.00 Rs. 125.00
5 Half Pants Rs. 42 Rs. 52
7 Shirt with side pockets Rs. 68 Rs. 88
8 Uniform shirt Rs. 85 Rs. 105
9 Panjabi sewing by hand Rs. 82 Rs. 100
10 Panjabi sewing by machine Rs. 75 Rs. 90
11 Trousers Rs. 36 Rs. 50
12 Waist coat Rs. 208 Rs. 240
13 Jawahar coat Rs. 273 Rs. 473
14 Coat Rs. 845 Rs. 900
15 Dangri Rs. 137 Rs. 187
16 Blouse Rs. 56 Rs. 56
17 Lining Blouse Rs. 62 Rs. 70
18 Salwar Khameez Rs. 87 Rs.90
19 Nighty Rs. 56 Rs. 76
20 Tape jama Rs. 44 Rs. 50
21 Lining Salwar Rs.92 Rs. 102
22 Skirt Blouse Rs.88 Rs.90
Schedule Employment ( Agriculture )
Average increase of CPI Category of Workers Minimum basic wages Previous VDA Present VDA Total minimum wages (3+4+5)
(A) For Agriculture Operations
145.5 1.Daily rated workers (male and female adult workers) Rs. 250.00 per day Daily rate as admissible as above to be multiplied by number of days of work. For daily meal and other perquisites Rs.50.00 only may be deducted per day and Rs.200.00 may be paid in cash. Rs. 11.78         Rs. 2.36   Rs.9.42 Rs.9.62 Rs. 1.92 Rs.7.70 Rs.271.00 per day Daily rate as admissible as above to be multiplied by number of days of work. For daily meal and other perquisites Rs.54.00 only may be deducted per day and Rs.217.00 may be paid in cash.
2.Daily rated workers (male and female young persons) Rs. 174.00 per day Daily rate as admissible as above to be multiplied by number of days of work. For daily meal and other perquisites Rs.35.00 only may be deducted per day and Rs.139.00 may be paid in cash. Rs.8.20 Rs.1.65 Rs.6.55  Rs. 6.70  Rs.1.35 Rs.5.35 Rs. 189.00 per day Daily rate as admissible as above to be multiplied by number of days of work. For daily meal and other perquisites Rs. 38.00 only may be deducted per day and Rs.151.00 may be paid in cash.
(B) Periodical Workers
145.5 (1) Half- yearly attached workers (male & female adult)  Rs. 17,659.00 in cash as wages plus daily meal and other perquisites. Rs. 832.11  Rs. 679.58 Rs. 19, 171.00 in cash as wages plus daily meal and other perquisites
(2) Half- yearly attached workers (male & female young persons)  Rs. 12,299.00 in cash as wages plus daily meal and other perquisites. Rs. 579.54 Rs. 473.30 Rs. 13,352.00 in cash as wages plus daily meal and other perquisites
(C) Annual attached workers
145.5 (1) Annual attached workers (male & female adult) Rs.29,438.00 in cash as wages plus daily meal and other perquisites. Rs.1387.15 Rs.1132.88 Rs.31,958.00 in cash as wages plus daily meal and other perquisites.
(2) Annual attached workers (male & female young person) Rs.21,030.00 in cash as wages plus daily meal and other perquisites. Rs.990.95 Rs.809.30 Rs.22,830.00 in cash as wages plus daily meal and other perquisites.
N.B. : Perquisites will mean :-
1 (a) one piece of cotton cloth (Gamcha) in every quarter and daily requirement of beedi, .
tobacco, betel nuts.
b) One lungi or dhuti in every six months.
c) One vest or ganji in every six months
d) Two shirts in a year and for winter one chadar, blanket or pullover.
e) Free accommodation and minimum lien etc. .
2. This enhancement will also be applicable to the employees employed in Farm Orchards of
Government Department/Corporation.
3. The fifty paisa or above rounded off to the next rupee
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