A COMPARATIVE ANALYTICAL STUDY ON THE FUNCTIONALITY OF ESIC’S SCHEMES, ACROSS VARIOUS DEMOGRAPHICS
The ESIC plays a vital role in providing social security and healthcare benefits to employees in India. However, the impact and efficiency of these schemes can vary significantly across different demographic settings, including urban, rural, and economically diverse areas. This research paper presents a comprehensive comparative analysis of the functionality and effectiveness of the schemes offered by the Employees State Insurance Corporation (ESIC), across diverse demographic regions. The purpose of this study is to assess how well ESIC schemes meet the needs of employees in distinct demographic contexts. We employ a multi-faceted research approach, combining both quantitative and qualitative methods. Our research utilizes a wide range of data sources, including surveys, interviews, and statistical data from various regions. Through a systematic examination of the ESIC schemes' implementation, accessibility, quality of healthcare services, and overall satisfaction levels, we aim to identify disparities and successes in different demographics. This analysis will shed light on the challenges faced by ESIC in ensuring equitable access to healthcare and social security benefits across the diverse population of India. The findings of this research will be valuable for policymakers, ESIC administrators, and stakeholders, as they seek to optimize the effectiveness of ESIC schemes, reduce disparities, and enhance the well-being of employees across India. By understanding how demographic factors influence the functionality of ESIC schemes, we can work towards more inclusive and efficient social security systems that better serve the needs of the nation's workforce.
Accessibility, Demographic, Effectiveness, Functionality, Policymakers, Quantitative.