I am pursuing my LLM on Labour and industrial relations law. please help me choose a topic for my dissertation I would appreciate suggestions with the current problems
From India , Kolkata
From India , Pune
Hi, I am also pursuing LLM in labour laws and preparing for dissertation. I think one of the majour labour problem in our country is that the exclusion of social security benefits to the large number of people (according to one estimate around 90%) work in unorganised/informal sector in India. most of the social security laws are not applicable to employees working in small sectors units and in agriculture sector, thereby exclusion of large number of our workforce from the ambit of social security laws. I hope topic like social security laws in unorganised sector can be worked upon in dissertation to find adequate solution for such problem.
From India , New Delhi
Dear Yamini,
If you like you can adopt any of the following topics for your research and dissertation:
1) How do the Multiplicity of Labour Laws and Different Enforcement Authorities Affect in Solving Labour Problems in India?
2) Contemplation of Single Window System for Solving India's Labour Problems.
3) Impact of Management's Ignorance about Labour Laws on Employer-Worker Relations
I hope you can have an innovative approach on these issues, as compared to the research on stereotype topics.

From India , Delhi
Dear Friends
Mr. Dhingra has suggested such wonderful subject for submitting your dissertation. Single Window system for solving Labour Problem. As a matter of fact if you go by one Act, the concerned authority will catch hold of another Act or some other act. As like some other countries, there must be single law which must be enacted in our parliament and other Acts must be declared as obsolete.
The one act must have all the features to cover all the industries for labour. Will it be possible??? Only time has to give reply to this question.

From India, Kumbakonam


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From India , Gurgaon
Dear Siddiqui,
You need to take personal consultation from some expert by discussing about your own personal traites, qualities, merits, demerits, experience, strengths, weaknesses, etc., as any answer to your questions may prove to be quite casual and irrelevant for each interview, if replied in casual manner.

From India , Delhi
Strange! Yamini desired the topic, but has not responded so far, which of the topic she prefers to take up for his research out of the several suggested by the members?
From India , Delhi
you may try "Legal perspective and Implications of Labour laws" which would cover almost everything concentration on important aspects of labour laws and its scope and area of application. try to cover more on employment, trade unions, industrial relations and contract labour and employment agreements. which help you even in the future when you opt a career. which infact are inevitable to know...
From India , Bangalore
Refer Ministry of labour website : Govt. of India* Ministry of Labour <link updated to site home> ; you get all the details you need.......... refer Chapter V of Industrial Disputes Act ......
research on the same website also.........
If you still have any doubts as to it we may discuss........

From India , Bangalore

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