When it comes to the preparations of the UPSC EPFO Enforcement Officer exam 2020, there are a wide number of topics that have to be covered in a set duration. The syllabus for UPSC EPFO is wide. Today, in this article we will provide you with free study notes on one such topic that is important for the exam. Social Security in India study notes will help you understand the topic and give you an insight into what all topics form this section.
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- What is Social Security?
Social Security is the security that society furnishes through appropriate organisation against certain risks to which its members are exposed. All the industrial countries of the world have developed measures to promote the economic security and welfare of the individual and his family.
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Social Security is a dynamic concept and an indispensable chapter of a national program to strike the root of poverty, unemployment, and disease.
- Characteristics of Social Security
The purpose of any social security measure is to provide individuals and families the confidence that their standard of living will not be eroded by the, meeting with socio-economic contingencies in their life. The concept of social
security varied from country to country.
➢ Social Security measures are established by law.
➢ They provide cash benefits to replace at least a part of income in meeting contingencies such as employment, maternity, employment injury, sickness, old age, etc.
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