Government has launched a very important scheme recently. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has launched this scheme for which people have started registration.

Any person who is working in the “informal or unorganized sector” and their monthly income is 15,000/- or less than that is eligible for this pension scheme. This is allowed for the age group of 18-40 years. You can easily enrol by visiting the nearest common service centres in your area. After attaining the age of 60, you can get a monthly income of at least Rs 3,000/-.

Know about those jobs here for which you will get pension:

  1. Incense burners
  2. Farming
  3. Agricultural Machinery Handling
  4. Anganwadi workers
  5. Animal Husbandry
  6. Workers related to winemaking and wedding
  7. Asha Workers
  8. Audio and Visual Workers
  9. Automobile Work
  10. Bakery Workers
  11. Playing the band
  12. Bangle making workers
  13. Pearl Making / Piercing
  14. Beautician
  15. Beedi making workers
  16. Cycle Repairers
  17. Workers of the dot
  18. Blacksmith
  19. Boat, ferry operators
  20. Book Bindings
  21. Brick kiln workers
  22. Brush Makers
  23. Workers in Breweries Distilleries
  24. Building and Road Maintenance
  25. Bulb maker
  26. Buffalo and camel car drivers
  27. Butcher workers
  28. Cable TV Operation
  29. Workers of cane/reed
  30. Carpenter
  31. Carpets Weaving
  32. Working in cashew processing
  33. Chicken Workers
  34. Catering
  35. Cine service
  36. Textile Printing
  37. Club and canteen service
  38. Coaching Service
  39. Coir Processing and Manufacturers
  40. Confectionary
  41. Construction work
  42. Tentmakers, decorators in function
  43. Courier Service
  44. People engaged in dairy and related activities
  45. Data Entry Operator
  46. ​​Selling and supplying petroleum products
  47. Domestic work ie housekeepers
  48. Dyeing
  49. Electronic and Electrical Goods Repairers
  50. Electroplating
  51. Imbrothermic Workers
  52. Envelope makers
  53. Fireworks Manufacturers
  54. Fishery Producers
  55. Fish Processing
  56. Flora Work and Manufacturers
  57. Flour Mill
  58. Footwear Manufacturers
  59. Forest operator
  60. Foundry
  61. Garden gardens and park managers
  62. Garment Manufacturing
  63. Gem cutters
  64. Ginning
  65. Glassware Manufacturing
  66. Goldsmiths
  67. Hair Dresser
  68. handloom weavers
  69. Hawking & Wedding
  70. Headlight Work
  71. Health Service
  72. Honey collectors
  73. Horticulture and Flower Farmers
  74. Hotels and Restaurants
  75. Locksmiths
  76. Handmade Workers
  77. Spice Makers
  78. Matchmakers
  79. Mid Day Meal Workers
  80. Minor Forrest Productions Gathering
  81. Minor Mineral and Mine Workers
  82. Newspaper sellers
  83. NGO Service
  84. Oil extractors
  85. Packing & Packaging
  86. Panawala Service
  87. Papad makers
  88. Serving the petrol pump and its related services
  89. Ethics
  90. Planters
  91. Plastic Manufacturers
  92. Pottery makers
  93. PowerLoom Weaver
  94. Working in the printing press
  95. Mine workers
  96. Junk Planners
  97. Rice mill workers
  98. Rickshaw driver
  99. Salt pan work
  100. Sand mining
  101. Working on the saw machine
  102. Cleansers
  103. Security Service
  104. Followers of silkworm
  105. Service Station Workers
  106. The pastoralists
  107. Shoe Shower
  108. Shopkeepers
  109. Working in small factories
  110. Soap makers
  111. Sporting Goods
  112. Construction of steel utensils and utensils
  113. Crushing stone
  114. Bouncing
  115. Tanning
  116. Telephone booths working
  117. Gathering of leaves in the temple
  118. Tendu leaf makers
  119. Timber industry workers, like furniture makers
  120. Tobacco processing workers
  121. Toddi Tapping
  122. Toy makers
  123. Transport services such as drivers, conductor, cleaner etc.
  124. Laundry Workers
  125. Working mechanics and workshops
  126. Welding workers
  127. People, who are doing other jobs like this.

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