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Real Estate Seeks Support

Real Estate Industry in Odisha has approached the State Government to chalk out necessary Plan of Action to train and empower local work force in order to create indigenous skilled and efficient workers for the Industry.

This will help the Real Estate Sector to minimize its’ dependency on migrated workforce from outside the state, which constitute 60 to 70 Percent, admit insiders.

While the Real Estate Sector has been allowed to start in-situ work with existing workforce, the labor intensive industry is facing shortage of man power, admit they.

The Major Infrastructure Sector, which supports almost 250 to 300 types of industries is allowed by Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) to start the existing work during lockdown and Odisha Government has also allowed the Real Estate to run its show.

However the Real Estate Sector needs large number of workers like masons, bar binders, shuttering carpenters painters, marble and tile fixers, plumbers, electricians, carpenters, aluminum, steel and stainless steel fabricators to complete the construction in a time bound manner, said Real Estate Sector Veteran, Tapan Kumar Mohanty.

Mr.Mohanty, Managing Director of Z Estates has pointed out that the Real Estate Sector in Odisha is self sufficient as far as getting the required workforce with quality and efficiency in plumbing, electrical painting, aluminum, steel and stainless steel fabrication.

However it is extremely difficult to get masons, bar binders, shuttering carpenters, marble and tile fixers in required numbers as such types of workforce is hired from outside the State, admit he.

As large number of Odia workforce is returning to the State their skills may be recorded and a Nodal Agency is needed to be created to connect and coordinate between these workforce and the industry, so that both can be benefitted, said Mr.Mohanty.

While the Real Estate Sector is facing various issues like poor cash flow, erosion of customer base, absence of any incentives etc, the Industry is facing shortage of workforce.

While the Real Estate Sector is largest employer of workforce, State Government is needed to look into the issues and lay down guidelines to allow work force from outside the state also.

In fact 70 Percent of workforce working in Real Estate Sector is from outside the State and due to lockdown they have gone back to their villages and there is dearth of workforce.

Providing training to the local workforce is another solution and as it is a time taking process, the State Government is needed to chalk out Action Plan in consultation with the Real Estate Industry, so that their requirement can be fulfilled and dependence of outside workforce will diminish, said Mr.Mohanty, who is known for his quality and timely delivery of projects.
 
 


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