Chapter 9 – Industrial Relations, Trade Unions, and Labour Legislation, 2nd Edition

Chapter 9

 

1. Government of India, Ministry of Labour (1981). Tripartite Conclusions,1942–79, p.187

2. Government of India, Ministry of Labour (1969). Report of the National Commission on Labour, p. 329

3. Resolution adopted at the meeting of the Bihar Central Standing Labour Advisory Board on 23 January, 1952

4. Resolution of the Department of Labour and Employment, Government of Bihar, 11 March, 1959

5. Government of India, Ministry of Labour (1981). Tripartite Conclusions, 1942–79, pp. 188–89

6. Government of India, Ministry of Labour (1969). Report of the National Commission on Labour, p. 330

7. Government of India, Ministry of Labour (1969). Report of the National Commission on Labour, p. 330, par. 23.52

8. Government of India, Ministry of Labour (1969). Report of the National Commission on Labour, p. 330, par. 23.52

9. Government of India, Ministry of Labour (1969). Report of the National Commission on Labour, p. 330, par. 23. 53

10. S. R. Vasavada, G. Ramanujam and R. K. Malviya (all INTUC members) gave their note of dissent

11. Government of India, Ministry of Labour (1969). Report of the National Commission on Labour, pp. 330–31, par. 25. 36

12. Government of India, Ministry of Labour (1969). Report of the National Commission on Labour, p. 329, par. 23.50

13. Government of India, Ministry of Labour (2002). Report of the National Commission on Labour, Vol. I., Part I, p. 338, par, 6.59

14. Government of India, Ministry of Labour (2002). Report of the National Commission on Labour, Vol. I., Part I, p. 533–37

15. See Sinha, P. R. N. (1971). Wage Determination. Bombay: Asia Publishing House, pp. 273–82

16. Government of India, Ministry of Labour (1969). Report of the National Commission on Labour, p. 331, par. 23.57

17. Government of India, Ministry of Labour (2002). Report of the National Commission on Labour, Vol. I, Part I, pp. 537–40

18. Government of India, Ministry of Labour (2002). Report of the National Commission on Labour, Vol I, Part I, p. 540