1) To understand the agenda of ‘Make in India’ from the perspectives of industrial relations.
2) To examine the laws relating to industrial relations.
3) To explore the provisions of law impacting industrial relations.
4) To analyse the regulatory framework with the help of judicial pronouncements and HR perspective on industrial relations.
5) To examine the current status of industrial relations and its future perspectives.
6) To educate the participants how to restore industrial harmony through industrial democracy and suitable industrial laws conducive for both people and production.
Understanding ‘Make in India’ and its relationship with industrial relations’; Historical background of Industrial relations and the role of law; industrial relations in the emerging scenarios; Role of the Centre and the States Government; Linkage of Human Resources, Make in India and Regulatory Framework.
Role of trade union in era of liberalization and globalization; Kinds of trade union; Changing nature of trade union; recognition of Union.
Understanding the meaning of ‘industry’ and ‘workman’ in the emerging economy; employer-employee relations – industrial dispute; Strike and Lockout – Role of Trade Union and Government; Role of Appropriate Government – Reference. Collective Bargaining, Workers’ participation in management: issues and challenges, Grievance management
Preventive measures – Role of Works Committee; Institutions of Investigation and Settlement– Court of Inquiry, Conciliation Officer, Board of Conciliation, Grievance Redressal Commission; Institution of Adjudication – Labour Court, Industrial Tribunal, National Tribunal; Role of Judiciary in industrial relations.
Safety and Healthy provisions under Factories Act, Role of Factory Inspector, Responsibility of Occupier/Manager; Social Security Measures – Provident Fund; Gratuity; Compensation.
Contract Labour and Issues of Outsourcing; Contract Labour and Make in India. Labour unrest in India: Issues and Challenges
Employment Standing Orders Act Employee Development Programmes Employee Benefits/Gratuity/PF/etc.
How to apply:
Participants can send the filled in application form to Dr. Uday Shankar, Coordinator of the programme on or before June 20, 2015.
The pedagogy would include lecture, discussion, case study, demonstration, and management games
No course fee for faculty of AICTE approved institute.
For sponsored participants:
Industry: INR 10,000
Academics: INR 6,000
Students: INR 3,000
Draft made in favour favour of “CEP STC IIT KHARAGPUR”.
Participants will be provided certificates on successful completion of the programme.
Accommodation and Lodging:
Free Accommodation and lodging and food will be provided to AICTE candidates.
Others can avail the same on self-finance basis.
Dr. Uday Shankar
09475884472 | email@example.com