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Organizational Chart of Central Labour Service

ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE

The Central Labour Service (CLS) was constituted with effect from 3rd February 1987 to ensure better industrial relations, labour law enforcement and labour welfare. Consequent upon the Cadre Review, the Central Labour Service (CLS) was notified as an organized service in the year 2004.

  1. Last cadre review of the Central Labour Service was held in 2013-14. Total strength of CLS Officers is 340, distributed amongst different streams :-
    • Central Industrial Relations Machinery[CLC(C)] - 125 posts
    • Directorate General of Labour Welfare (DGLW) - 42 posts
    • Ministry of Labour & Employment (Main Secretariat) - 05 posts
    • Factory Side (Central Pool) under other Ministries/ Departments /Defence establishments - 168 posts
  1. Grade-wise strength of CLS officers is as under:-
Higher Administrative Grade (HAG)
Pay level 15
01
Senior Administrative Grade (SAG)
Pay level 14
02
Non-Functional Selection Grade (NFSG)
Pay level 13
53
(included in JAG)
Junior Administrative Grade (JAG)
Pay level 12
59
Senior Time Scale (STS)
Pay level 11
115
Junior Time Scale (JTS)
Pay level 10
163
Total 340