NREGA Job Card List

The NREGA Job Card helps people in rural India get 100 days of jobs under the Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act. If you've applied for one, you might want to see if you're on the list.

I will show you how to find the NREGA Job Card list in your area and keep you informed about your job details.

The scheme guarantees a minimum of 100 days of wage employment per financial year to households with adult members willing to do unskilled manual work. 

Check Job Card List

To check if your name appears on the job card list for your village or area after applying, simply follow these straightforward instructions:

  • Go to the official NREGA website at
  • On the NREGA homepage, navigate towards the bottom to find 'Quick Access' and select it.
Quick Access Menu On NREGA Official Page
State list on nrega official portal
  • Choose your state from the list that appears.
  • Enter your details on the next page, including state name, financial year, district, block, and Panchayat name.
In the Panchayat section, you'll find NREGA Gram Panchayat List. From this list, you can choose your gram Panchayat.
Report Page (NREGA)
  • Click the 'Proceed' button after entering your information.
  • To find your name, click on 'Job Card / Registration', and then select 'Job card/Employment Register'.
In the NREGA employment register, you can check your name alongside your MGNREGA job card number.

The register will then open, allowing you to search for your name on the list. The job card list is color-coded to indicate different statuses:

GreenJob card with photo, employment availed
GrayJob card with photo, no employment availed
SunflowerJob card without photo, employment availed
RedJob card without photo, no employment availed

This way makes it easy to check if your name is on the job card list for your area.

If your name is not on the job card list, you should contact your local Gram Panchayat office or the NREGA office, or file a grievance online for assistance.
If you want to download your job card, simply click on the job card number. After clicking, your job card will be available to download or print.

Check State-wise

To view the NREGA Job Card List for each state, select your state from the table below.

Andaman and Nicobar IslandsView
Andhra PradeshView
Arunachal PradeshView
Dadra and Nagar HaveliView
Daman and DiuView
Himachal PradeshView
Jammu Kashmir and LadakhView
Madhya PradeshView
Tamil NaduView
Uttar PradeshView
West BengalView
To view the full list of states to check NREGA job cards for 2024 - Click here.
If someone has applied for a job under the MGNREGA Act 2005 and has not received their job card, is not receiving wages regularly, or is getting less pay, they can file a complaint online with the relevant state officer for resolution.

What is a Job Card?

A Job Card under the National Rural Employment Guarantee Act (NREGA) is a government-issued document provided to rural households in India.

This card entitles the holder to request employment under the scheme, guaranteeing at least 100 days of wage employment in a financial year to every household whose adult members volunteer to do unskilled manual work.

The Job Card contains details about the work done by the cardholder and the wages paid. It is a key tool for transparency and accountability in the implementation of the NREGA scheme.

Information Contained

An NREGA job card includes the following details:

  • Job card number
  • Name of the head of the household
  • Name of the father or husband
  • Category
  • Date of registration
  • Address: Village, Panchayat, Block, District
  • BPL (Below Poverty Line) status
  • Number of days work was requested
  • Number of days work was assigned
  • Description of the assigned work, including the muster roll number
  • Measurement details
  • Unemployment allowance, if applicable
  • Dates and number of days worked
  • Date-wise wage payment details
  • Delay compensation, if applicable

Application Process

You can apply for a job card through the methods mentioned below, either online or offline.

  • Online: For the online method, you can register your job card through the UMANG portal, or you can seek assistance from a CSC (Common Services Center).
  • Offline: To obtain a NREGA job card offline, visit your local gram Panchayat office, register by either requesting the job card or filling out and submitting the required form. After your information is verified, you will receive your job card.

Information Required

To apply for an NREGA job card, you will need the following details:

  • Applicant's name
  • Applicant's age
  • Applicant's gender
  • Applicant's photo
  • Applicant's signature/thumb impression
  • Signature/thumb impression of other household members willing to work
  • Name of the village
  • Name of the gram Panchayat
  • Whether the applicant is an SC/ST/IAY/LR beneficiary
Government data indicates that the NREGA scheme has 14.37 crore active beneficiaries. As of November 30, 2023, it generated 221.60 crore person-days, up from 208.74 crore during the same period last year, according to Rural Development Minister Giriraj Singh.


If your name is not on the job card list, or you want to file a complaint related to the job card list, you can contact the details below:

Department Ministry of Rural Development - Govt. of India
Address Krishi Bhavan, Dr. Rajendra Prasad Road, New Delhi - 110001 INDIA
Email jsit-mord[at]nic[dot]in
Contact Number 011-23386173

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