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Missing the Essence of Soap

December 10, 1966 munity has made or is making a substantial investment. So far, the Employees' State Insurance Scheme (ESIS), covering about 3.13 million employees and 3.03 million family units of the insured employees in early 1966, has been the major social security measure in India. The Contributory Health Service Scheme first started for Central Government employees in New Delhi, has gradually been extended over time to include semi-Government and autonomous bodies and the Central Government employees in areas outride New Delhi. The present scheme for the university population has apparently drawn from both of these schemes.

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