Sunday, December 30, 2018

Gauhati University B.Com Syllabus: Industrial Relations & Labour Laws


306: Industrial Relations & Labour Laws
Marks: 80
PART – I: Industrial Relations
UNIT-I:
Concept of Industrial Relations: Importance, Scope & Aspects of Industrial Relations, Factor Affecting Industrial Relations, Different approaches/perspectives of Industrial Relations, employers, employees & government –Role in Industrial Relations, concept of Labour welfare & labour welfare officer, importance of workers education.
UNIT-II:
Industrial Disputes- meaning, concept, essentials, classification, impact & causes strikes –lock outs. Collective Bargaining –meaning, features & different forms. Tripartite & bipartite bodies –evolution. Worker participation in management- forms & levels. Trade Unions –features & functions, recognition.
UNIT-III :
Settlement Machinery- conciliation & mediation, arbitration, adjudication. (Basic knowledge).
PART – II: Labour Laws
Unit-I:
Trade Union Act, 1926- Objectives, importance, definitions, registration of Trade Union, duties & liabilities, rights & privileges of Regd. Trade Union.
Industrial Employment (Standing Orders) –Objectives, importance, definitions, Sec-2, Industrial dispute meaning, prohibition of strikes & lockouts, illegal strikes 7 lockouts, lay-off, retrenchment & closure
Unit II:
Factories  Act, 1948: Scope, Importance Definitions, Provisions regarding health, Safety, & Welfare of workers, employment of women & young persons.
Payment of Bonus Act, 1956: Scope & application, importance definitions, allocable & available surplus, eligibility of bonus, payment of minimum & maximum bonus, deductions from bonus.

Payment of wages Act, 1936: Objectives & Scope importance definitions, responsibility of payment of wages, time and mode of payment, authorized deductions, illegal deductions.
Unit III: Miscellaneous Legislations:
The Mines Act, 1952.
The Plantation Labour Act, 1951.
The Contract Labour (Regulation & Abolition) Act, 1970.
The Child Labour (Prohibitation & Regulation) Act, 1986.
The Workmen’s Compensation Act, 1923.
Objectives & Scope of the above Act.
Recommendation Books:
1. Dynamics of industrial relations – Mamoria, mamoria & Gankar, Himalaya Publishing House, New Delhi.

No comments:

Post a Comment

Kindly give your valuable feedback to improve this website.

Popular Posts for the Day