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Labour Law - April/May 2009 Backlog (Old)

Question Type Question  
Long Discuss the immunities available to the Trade Unions from civil and criminal liabilities.
Long Define "Trade Union" and explain the essential pre-requisites for the registration of a trade union.
Long Explain the procedure for referring an industrial dispute for adjudication.
Long Define "Strike" and distinguish it from "Lay Off".
Long Explain the concept of Bonus. What is the present law regarding statutory bonus?
Long What are the factors that should be taken into account in fixing the maximum wages?
Long Discuss the provisions relating to "Safety" and "Welfare" of the labour under the Factories At, 1948.
Long What are the benefits available under the Employees State Insurance Act, 1948?
Long Trace the history of social security legislations in India.
Long Explain "unfair labour practices" of workers and employers.
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