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MODULE 1 INDUSTRIAL JURISPRUDENCE AND INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION (8 hrs) OBJECTIVE: The module introduces us to the growth of Industrial Jurisprudence, Industrial Revolution and Industrial Relations in India. In the course of the session plan we discuss about the evils in the industrialization, about social justice, equity and security. The session plan also focuses on the Industrial relations which intend to promote Industrial peace and harmony. Turbulence in Industrial relations leads to Industrial adjudication and labour legislations. The Labour Law seeks to evolve a rational synthesis between conflicting claims of the employers and employees. Sessions 3hrs Topics Industrial Jurisprudence *Labour Policy *Industrial Revolution *Evil of Industrialization *Industrial Peace and harmony Industrial Relation *Principles of Labour legislation *Social Justice /equity/security *Growth of Labour Legislation *Industrial Adjudication in India Readings RB-1 chapter-General Introduction RB-6
RB-1 Chapter-General Introduction RB-7 RB-8 RB-1 Chapter General Introduction RB-7 RB-8
MODULE-2 THE INDUSTRIAL DISPUTES ACT, 1947 (20 hrs) OBJECTIVE:
To harmonize the relations between the employer and the employees and to restore and maintain peace. The enactment provides effective machinery for settlement of Industrial disputes, to prohibit and restrict strikes and lock-outs, to provide retrenchment compensation to retrenched employees and to provide to certain rules regarding lay-off. The Act is enacted to ensure social justice to both employers and employees and advance the progress of Industry by bringing about the existence of harmony and cordial relationship between the parties.
R.Mukerjee BWSSB V.R. Management of Madras Gymkhana club Management of Safdarjung Hospital.8.3 Important cases to study under The Industrial Disputes Act. 1947: y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y Bharat Glass works (Pvt) V. Ram Nath Dhanrajgori Hospital V.4.Delhi V. A. Sitabai Atmaram State of B bay V.Jugele.P and others Jagdish Narain Sharma V. *Procedure.U. Tata Chemicals State of Harayana and others V. *Notice of change *Power of the Government *Voluntary Arbitration Readings RB.7. Bombay Hospital Mazdoor Sabha Madras Gymkhana club employees Union V. Kuldip Singh N. Workmen D.Sessions 2 hrs 12 hrs 4hrs 2hrs Topics Historical development.C.Rajappa Workmen of Dimakuchi Tea Estate V. Employees V.Railway Contractor V.9. powers and duties of Authorities. Rajasthan Patrika Ltd. Scope and Applicability of the Act Definitions and related provisions: *Appropriate Government *Industry *Industrial Dispute *Award *Workman *Strike *Lockout *Lay-Off *Retrenchment *Closure *PUS *Settlement *Authorities under the Act. Management of DTE Tata Chemicals V. Bikar Singh Newspapaer Ltd V.10 and 11 RB-1 Chapters-2. State of WB M/s J.Banerjee V. .3.5 and 6 RB-1 Chapter.N. P.1 Chapter-1 RB-1 Chapters-1. state Industrial U. Workmen. *Reference and Settlement of disputes before the authorities under the Act. Industrial Tribuanl University of Delhi V.
A. Management of India express News papers Hotel Imperial. Diwaker SAE Mazdoor Union V.2 2 hrs RB-1 Chapter.Ltd V.y y y y y y y y y Workmen of Indian express Newspapers Ltd V.1 RB-1 Chapter. 1946 (5 hrs) OBJECTIVE: The Act provides for conditions of service.1946: y y y y y y Hindustan Lever V.Labour commissioner.Workmen Simpal Singh V. Ltd V. New Delhi V.S. V Venkataiah Patna electricity supply workers Union V.2 Important Cases to study under Industrial Employment (Standing Orders) Act. The Management Hariprasad Shiv Shankar V. The Act not only requires the employers to lay down conditions of service but also requires that the conditions of service must be clearly laid down so that there many not be any confusion or uncertainty in the minds of the workman who are required to work in accordance therewith. Applicability and Special features of the Act *Draft standing orders *Certification of standing orders and conditions for certification *Registration of Standing orders *Appeals *Temporary application of Model Standing Orders Readings RB-1 Chapter. Rajamanickam Ramachandra Spining Mills V.Artifical Limbs Mfg. State of Madras Workmen of Itakhoolie tea Estate V. Certain workers Karibetta Estate Kotagiri V.Railway workers Union Berauni Refineries V. Hotel workers union India Iron and steel C.Its workmen Patiala Cement Co.IOC Ltd and others Buckingham and Carnatic Co. Sessions 1hr 2 hrs Topics Introduction. Indore and others MODULE 3 THE INDUSTRIAL EMPLOYMENT (STANDING ORDERS) ACT.Corpn of India Shahadara Saharapur Light railway Co V. S..Husain . Ltd.
State of Bihar Workers Of B &C Co. TU IFFCO V. It also provides for a system of voluntary registration.1 Chapter . Kerala Medical and sales Representatives Association Gross V.P.1947 *Trade Union Bill.1950 Definitions and related provisions: *Trade Union *Trade Dispute *Workman Registration of Trade Un ion *Rights and Liabilities of Trade Union *Trade union Funds Amalgamation and Dissolution of TU Recognition of TU Collective Bargaining Readings RB-1 Chapter. SBI and another V. Registrar.Labour Commissioner Chairman.MODULE4 -THE TRADE UNIONS ACT. Sessions 1hr Topics *History of Trade Union in India *Development of Trade Union Law in India Indian Trade Union (Amendment Act). V. TU Chemosyn (P) Ltd V. to adopt adequate rules. Registrar. 1926 (16 hrs) 0BJECTIVE: The Act focuses on providing immunity to Trade Unions from both civil and criminal liability.Sarathy V. to maintain audit and accounts and to file annual returns.1 2hrs RB-1 Chapter-1 4 hrs 3 hrs RB-1 Chapter-2 RB-1 Chapter-3 RB-1 Chapter-3 RB-1 Chapter-4 RB.1926: y y y y y y y y y C. All Orissa state Bank officers Association and another . State of Madras State of B bay V.7 2 hrs 2 hrs 2 hrs Important Cases to study under Trade unions Act. Mazdoor Sabha Tamil Nadu NGO Union V. British Iron and Steel Trade Association Rohtas Industries Staff Union V. The Act extended a legal status to the registered Trade Unions conferring certain powers and advantages not accorded to unregistered Trade Unions.
State Shankar Balaji V. Occupier . V. Licensing and registration of Factories *Notice by Occupier *Duties of Occupier and Manufacturer Health . State of Maharashtra .Ardheshir Hormosji State of B bay V.1 2 hrs RB -1 Chapter-1 3 hrs 2 hrs 1 hr 1 hr RB-1 Chapter-3 RB-1 Chapter. State of Kerala and others State of Gujarath V. 1948 : y y y y y y y State of B bay V. Worker *Approval.Safety and Welfare measures Working hours of Adults Employment of young persons Leaves and wages Readings RB-1 Chapter.8 Important Cases to study under Factories Act.MODULE 5 FACTORIES ACT. safety and welfare measures. Applicability *Definitions: . Jethlal Haldia Refinery Canteen employees Union and another V. safe and healthy working conditions in the factories. Scope. Main object of the Act is to ensure proper.6 RB-1 Chapter-7 RB-1 Chapter. IOC and others Imperial Tobacco Co. Manufacturing Process . 1948 (11 hrs) OBJECTIVE: The Act is codified with a view to regulate working conditions in the factories and to provide with the health. Sessions 2hrs Topics *Introduction. Alisaheb Kashim Shihabudeen Kunju V. Hazardous process . Factory .
2007 RB5 Dr. RB7 Monal Arora. Labour and Industrial Laws. Industrial Jurisprudence. Industrial relations RB8. A critical commentary. Industrial relations *************** .L. 2009 volume 1& 2 RB4 Labour Law cases and materials.Malhothra. Industrial Law. Misra.Sarma. 2009 RB2 O. 10th ed.S. The Law of Industrial Dispute RB3 P.Malik. 2006 RB6 EM Rao.Goswami.A. 25th ed. Indian Law Institute. 3rd ed.P.G..M.SUGGESTED READINGS: RB1 .V.( 22nd ed. Labour and Industrial Laws.N.
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