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Labour problems and industrial development in India

D. Sanjivayya

Labour problems and industrial development in India

by D. Sanjivayya

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Published by Oxford & IBH Pub. Co. in New Delhi .
Written in English

    Places:
  • India.
    • Subjects:
    • Labor movement -- India.,
    • Industrial relations -- India.,
    • Industrialization -- India.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby D. Sanjivayya.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD8686.5 .S348
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxii, 283 p.
      Number of Pages283
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4084142M
      LC Control Number79915774

      ‘marginal worker’. In addition, more than million children in India are out of school. However, the good news is that the incidence of child labour has decreased in India by million between and However, the decline was more visible in rural areas, while the number of. In developed countries there are several favorable conditions for Industrial Development, but in poor and developing countries there are several problems in its development. Even after some significant developments in the field of Industrialization in India, the country is still agricultural country and 38% of the national income and 70% of.

      human labour, increases returns from agriculture and improves farm to retail linkages. Indian Agriculture Labour Shortage – A growing problem, a study jointly prepared by KPMG in India and FICCI, provides a perspective on the shortage of labour in Indian agriculture which may act as a road map to changes in the agriculture landscape. the problems facing the working class, especially in the present period of structural adjustment and globalisation, and the means adopted to counteract them. The paper will deal mainly with the problems of the labour movement in the urban-industrial sector.

      about the book. This compendium of ten volumes represents the final output of the project on Labour Regulation in Indian Industry carried out by the Institute for Studies in Industrial Development (ISID) with the financial support from EU-India office under their Small Project Facility Programme (SPF). Labour Policy and Legal Framework in. Abstract. In post-colonial India labour came to be closely associated with industrial work. The agrarian-rural mode of production would come to an end soon to be replaced by large- scale enterprises making use of modern technology and situated in urban localities. The drift of labour from the countryside towards middle- and large-sized cities seemed to herald the approaching transformation towards the .


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Labour problems and industrial development in India. New Delhi, Oxford & IBH Pub. [] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Damodaram Sanjivayya. Atlantic Publishers & Dist, - Industrial relations - pages 1 Review This Book Has Been Written According To Syllabi Prescribed In M.A.

(Sociology) And M.A. (Economics) In Indian 4/5(1). This book is studied with the employment of child labour in the registered and unregistered hotel industry in Tirupati-Tirumala of Chittoor District of Andhra Pradesh.

The main aim of this book is to study the socio-economic, demographic conditions, education levels, working conditions, wages and benefits, relationship with their employers and.

During the last two decades, rapid economic growth and development in India has been based upon the mass employment of informal labour.

Using case studies from three urban regions, this book examines this growth in modern India’s cities and towns. This book has been written according to syllabi prescribed in M.A. (Sociology) and M.A. (Economics) in Indian Universities in the papers entitled: Labour Problems; Labour Problems in India; Labour Problems and Welfare; Labour Problems and Social Security etc.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Dholakia, J.L. Industrial labour and economic development in India. Ahmedabad, Anada Book Depot []. mental (mind) development. Poverty, lack of good schools and the growth of the informal economy are considered to be the key causes of child labour in India.

Some other causes of Child Labour in India are cheap wages and accessibility to factories that can produce the maximum amount Labour problems and industrial development in India book goods for the lowest possible price.

The book aims to throw light on all the dimensions of industrial relations and labour laws. It is organised into two parts: first part focusing on the history and theory relating to the industrial relations and the second part providing detailed on specific provisions of labour laws being enforced in s: of industrial development of that period.

Besides, making fire by friction of stone or bamboos was industrial miracle of that time. For a pretty long time this state of affairs persisted2. 1 Sharma Rajendra (), Industrial Labour in India, Atlantic Publishers and Distributors, New Delhi, p 1 2 Ibid.

Major problems of Indian labour cont. AT-BSSS, Bhopal 6. Industrial Backwardness of India: In India, industrial progress is being aimed through the medium of the five year plans, but industrial progress is dependent on the efficiency of the labour force.

The welfare work motivates the workers and maintains efficiency and productivity. IR during Post-Independence. IR During Pre-Independence: The structure of the colonial economy, the labour policies of colonial government, the ideological composition of the political leadership, the dynamics of political struggle for independence, all these shaped the colonial model of industrial relations in pre-independent India”.

The law relating to labour and employment in India is primarily known under the broad category of “Industrial Law”. Industrialization is considered to be one of the key engines to support the economic Industrial and Labour Laws Audit covering the above Acts and other Industry Specific Acts.

Case laws, Case Studies and Practical Aspects. Labour Issues and Need For Labour Reforms in India. only after long period of industrial development. During this period capitalists of the country amassed wealth and in latter period, mainly after numerous labor movements, workers getting voting rights, activism of International Labor Organization and New Deal of Roosevelt, western.

The Ministry of Labour & Employment is one of the oldest and important Ministries of the Government of India. Industrial Relations | Ministry of Labour & Employment "JavaScript is a standard programming language that is included to provide interactive features, Kindly enable Javascript in your browser.

This comprehensive and well-organised text, now in its Second Edition, explains, with great clarity and precision, the labour and industrial laws such as the Industrial Disputes Act, the Factories Act, and the Contract Labour Act.

There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Reviewed in India on 8 February Reviews: "Labour-management relations are an integral aspect of social relations arising out of employer-employee interaction in modern industries, 1 Kapoor, T.N.

(Ed.), Personnel Management and Industrial Relations in India. N.M. Tripathi & Sons Pvt. IJLE publishes research in the field of labour economics both on the microeconomic and on the macroeconomic level, in a balanced mix of theory, empirical testing and policy applications.

Publishes original research studies and documentation on various aspects of labour. The present work undertakes a survey of the literature in the field, examining first the various periods through which Indian labour law has evolved up to the present time, and second the extent to which the labour law system can be seen to have fulfilled its two core objectives: the protection of labour and the maintenance of industrial peace.

Labour, today is considered as a backbone of development of any third world countries. However, if a country is democratic, liberal and respects universal adult franchise, labours, which are in.

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It has been developed with an objective to enable a single window access to information and services being provided by the various Indian Government entities. Industrial Law: Theory and Practice Rashid Ali Industrial Jurisprudence by S R Samant, N M Tripathi Private Ltd, ; ppRs Growth of Labour Legislation In India since and Its Impact on Economic Development by R D Vidyarthi, Star Printing Works, Calcutta, ; ppRs 2.

List of Labour laws in India 9 3. Classification of labour laws in India 27 4. Overview of important labour laws in India a) Apprentices Act, 29 b) Employees State Insurance Act, 36 c) Employees Provident Fund And Misc. Provisions Act, 51 d) The Employment Exchanges (Compulsory Notification of Vacancies) Act, 55 e.By deviating from the conventional assumptions of linking child labour with poverty questions, this paper examines the inherent contradictions of our tradition and market economy that tends to challenge our effort to eliminate the incidence of child.