Name of post : Ujala Yojana 2022
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Job Location : All India
The central government has now introduced LED bulbs as well as LED tube lights and ceiling fans under the Ujala Yojana 2022. People can order a minimum of 50 pieces of LED bulbs apart from ceiling fans and tube lights. Accordingly, people will have to place orders in multiples of 50 for LED bulbs, 20 for tube lights and 4 for fans through the CSC Digital Seva Portal. Ujala Yojana is a flagship scheme of PM Modi government. To promote energy efficiency.
In addition, the distribution of these energy efficient appliances is done through common service centres. People can buy these devices from CSC at a low starting price. VLEs can get their orders from the nearest Energy Efficiency Services Limited (EESL) centers. The warranty for the products (bulbs, tube lights and fans) under the UJALA scheme is 2.5 to 3 years. Now you can see the list of all the services provided by CSC in India.
Benefits of ESI Scheme Benefits of ESI Scheme have been extended to workers posted at construction sites located in the areas implemented under ESI Scheme. 1 August 2015. The ESI scheme is financed from the contributions of employers and employees.
The rate of contribution by the employer is 4.75% of the salary payable to the employees. Employees' contribution is at the rate of 1.75 per cent of the salary payable to the employee. Employees earning less than Rs. 137/- as daily wage, exempted from payment of their share of contribution.
Ujala Scheme 2022:-Honorable Prime Minister Shri. Narendra Modi described the LED bulb as the "Path of Light" or the "Path of Light". A simple act of switching a light bulb to an LED in the Prime Minister's Office in South Block triggered a movement across the country to consider the same change. This initiative is part of the efforts of the Government of India to spread the message of energy defence in the country.
The objective of the UJALA scheme is to promote skillful use of energy at the residential level; Increasing user awareness about the efficacy of using energy efficient appliances and overall demand for reducing high initial cost thus facilitating higher uptake of LED lights by residential users. It may be noted that the scheme was initially named as DELP (Domestic Efficient Lighting Programme) and was rechristened as .
Q1: What is the purpose of UJALA scheme?
Ans. The objective of the UJALA scheme is to promote the skillful use of energy at the residential level.
Q2: In how many hours all the problems are solved?
Ans. All problems are usually within 48 hours after receipt.