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In the middle of the 19th century, Italy witnessed a major slump in the trade cycle and consequent unemployment. During this period the condition of the working class became very pathetic for they subjected to the exploitation of the contractors who offered them jobs. More than that they earned only a little too. As a means of escape from this sad plight some people suggest the labourers to join their hands to some institutions and to put their small resources into a common fund, so that, they could accept the contracts directly, without the aid of their contractors, that is to say their exploiters. This resulted in the development of one special brand of co-operation in Italy has shown light to the world in this respect.
Among the pioneer of the labour contract societies, the most outstanding one was Mr. Mazzini. He gave all his support to the labourers by working among them and encouraged them to form co-operatives as a measure to expel the middle men. Thus in 1833 the first Society of workers named the „General Association of Workers‟ who organized by Braceiunti at Ravennu. The chief motive of the members of this
organization was to take contracts for building and other construction works. As a result of the hard and irksome work of the members, the marshy land was converted in what is called today “Roman Lido”. In 1886 the number of labour societies in Italy had risen to 600 and in 1903 they organized federation of Labour Societies in Milan. These societies mainly depended the share capital and deposits for funds and seldom borrowed loans from outside. This self-sufficiency was one of the advantages of these societies and in course of time this movement spread all over the world, especially in France, Palastine and Newzeland.
Labour Contract Co-operative society (LCCs) plays a key role in the nation building exercise. from the conventional role of the employee, earning just the wages from doing a civil work, the members of LCCs play a more active role by taking by taking the contract of the entire work and share the profits from executing the work effectively. As the work is directly contracted the people who are responsible to execute
the labours. The value of contract executed by them increased from Rs. to ensure that the work is being carried out the specification. Under the special employment scheme. Another important virtue of a labour co-operative society lies in its freedom. expect an inspection by him bat completion of each successive task.24. 1999 there were 334 labour contracts in Kerala. The labour contract societies held a special significance in the contract of 20-point economic program for they provided employment and income opportunities to the weaker section of the community. as on 30 June 1975. The central and state government plays an important role for the development of labour contract societies by providing various concessions. there were 29880 labour contract societies in India LABOUR CONTRACT SOCIETIS IN KERALA Now let us have a look at the labour Contract Societies in Kerala.45 lakhs. ULCCS Ltd. the Government is pleased and encouraged to starts number of labour contract societies in Kerala. there were 9147 labour co-operatives including forest co-operatives. Ministry of Railway and Food Corporation of India has given preference of labour contract societies for giving contract work.5.10.crors in 1973-75. . is a successful model of an LCC in the country LABOUR CONTRACT SOCITIES IN INDIA In India. the labour contract co-operative originated mainly because of employment and that too only after independence. there were 84 labour contract co-operatives in Kerala with a membership of 1945and with paid up share capital of Rs. The highest number of societies is situated in Maharashtra. In the year 2000.the work. which the workers enjoy in arranging the details for the execution of the work without employer‟s supervision. Most of these labour contract cherished in Kerala during the period of second five-year plan. On 30 June 1982. By the end of the year. the benefits accrue from this collective labour will be divided only to the worker member of the society.
5) To know the administration of the company.OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY 1) To gain knowledge in the overall management of the society. 6) To know about the organization structure. 3) To evaluate the success of Machine and Material management technic used by the society. 2) To know the day to day affairs of the company. 4) To acquire practical knowledge about various functional departments. .
Vatakara.com : www.COMPANY PROFILE Name : Uralungal Labour Contract Cooperative Society (ULCCS.Ltd) Established in Phone Fax E-mail Web Address : 1925 : +91 496 2514042 : +91 496 251 6402 : email@example.com. Kozhikode.com : Madappally college (PO). India 673102 . Kerala.
This Sangham organized campaigns against the superstitious beliefs and practices. This innovative mass movement questioned the worst social setup in which communal classification was the criteria in education. Guru Vagbadananda against the rigid cast barriers that prevailed in the early half of the 20th century. bridges and allied infrastructure. . The society under takes civil construction works in infrastructure development in north Kerala region and is one of the most proffered organizations for developments of roads.PROFILE OF THE COPANY The Uralungal Contract Society was formed during 1925 and registered under co-operative act 1967. Such a situation was prevailed in all over the state of Kerala. ULCCS Ltd is actives. But progressive movement which is led by Guru Vagbadanandha highly reflected in the north Malabar region. provide a better living condition and up liftment of the depressed and financially backward class. under the banner “Athmavidhya Sangham”. Most of the local self Government departments (panchayat raj institutions) have identified ULCCS Ltd as the reliable partner for entrusting the development of roads and other facilities at the village level. the society had completed more 4000 lakhs are various stages of completion. The origin of the society can be traced back to the reformist movement led by Sri. with Shri. with its head quarters in Madappally in Vatakara taluk of Kozhikode district. The objective of the formation of this organization is employment generation to the poor. employment and other basic human rights.43 lakhs consistently registering annual growth rate of 35%. The Society started off by taking up the public works of Malabar District Board. Chappayil Kunhekku Gurikkal as President which is now known as Uralungal Labour Contract Co-Operative Society. On the other end of the spectrum . the society had increased its gross revenue to 66. The inevitable gathering of the depressed result in formation of Uralungal Koolivelakkarude Paraspara Sahaya Sangham with initial membership of fourteen.
32.87 Crores Rs.50. the society has 86 years of meritorious survival and it tops the list of best working Labour Contract Co-Operatives in India.8.33 Crores Rs.17.73 Crores Rs. the members dedicated themselves to the growth of the society by giving up by their wages.88 Crores . Harbour Engineering and District-Block-Grama Panchayath etc.55.05 Crores Rs.10. Water Authority.66 Crores Rs.42. Various departments have complimented the society for the same. National Highways. Turnover of the Society 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 Rs. Today. It needs no retraction that this is the best labours CoOperative society in the state executing the contract work from the Public Work Department. More than 2000 workers including 415 members and about 1749 nonmembers are engaging daily.02 Crores Rs.25. strictly adhering to time limit and quality requirements professional outlook has earned their good reputation in construction field.42 Crores Rs.36 Crores Rs.52.78 Crores Rs.15.During the initial stages of the society.
Secretary Leader Accountant Worker Clerk .ORGANISATIONAL CHART General Body of Members Board of Directors Secretary President Finance Officer Director Asst.
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