Factories Act 1948 Case Studies Essays and Term Papers

  • Royal Talkies V. Esi: a Socio Legal Judgment

    Royal Talkies v. Employee State Insurance Corporation[1] is a case pertaining to Employee State Insurance Act, 1948. The said Act is a piece of welfare legislation that guarantees social security to an employee. Thus before analyzing a case on hand it is appropriate on the part of researcher to illuminate...

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  • Sec 28 Sec29 Sec 30 of Factories Act , a Case Study

    SECTION 27, THE FACTORIES ACT(1948) Section 27:- Prohibition of employment of women and children near cotton-openers:- No woman or child shall be employed in any part of a factory for pressing cotton in which a cotton-opener is at work: Provided that if the feed-end of a cotton-opener is in a...

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  • Project on Implementation of Labour Laws

    welfare of workers or employees. So in this concern Govt. has made several rules and regulation or many Acts such as Factory Act 1948, Employee state Insurance Act 1947, Maternity Act 1961 etc. these all acts provides several benefits to the workers and employees of any establishment. Now question arise...

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  • Labour Welfare Synopsis

    SYNOPSIS A STUDY ON EMPLOYEE WELFARE FACILITIES AT HLL INTRODUCTION TO THE TOPIC Management is the efficient...

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  • Economy

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  • A Study of Factory Act 1948 in Baidynath Ayurved Company

    "A STUDY OF FACTORY ACT 1948 IN BAIDYNATH AYURVED COMPANY" A PROJECT REPORT ON SUBMITTED IN THE PARTIAL FULFILMENT OF THE REQUIREMENT FOR THE AWARD OF THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION To SIKKIM MANIPAL UNIVERSITY Admerit IIT & ME, Patna LC Code:-01780 Project Guide Manager...

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  • Employee Welfare

    Guide Signature Of The Guide Ms.Vasanthi.D ABSTRACT The project “Employee Welfare and Safety Measures” was done at “VST Industries Limited” to study the various welfare and safety facilities provided by VST Industries Limited to its employees. Employee welfare means anything done for the comfort...

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  • Safety Measures

    39 Safety Measures in Factories 39.1 Introduction Increasing number of accidents involving workers has drawn our attention towards safety measures in the factories. Accidents not only affect workers loosing their livelihood but also employers in terms of compensation to be paid to the workers. Accidents...

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  • Hrd Policy

    training. I shall not be obligatory on the part of the company to provide an apprentice with work in the factory after training. JOB ANALYSIS This is the process determining, by observation and study and reporting pertinent information relating to the nature of a specific job. It is the determination...

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  • Conditions for Certification of Standind Orders

    INTRODUCTION Employment of children below 14 and 15 years in certain prohibited employments have been prohibited by various Acts but there is no procedure laid down in any law for deciding in which employments, occupations or processes the employment of children should be banned. There is also no...

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  • Industrial Law

    savaliya | 36 | | | 3 | Zenish Gandhi | 49 | | | 4 | Manjeet Singh | 52 | | | Content Factory act, 1948 * Introduction of factory act * Meaning and definition * Manufacturing process sanction[2] * Health * Cleanliness (sec.11) * Ventilation...

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  • training and dev

    Case No.1:   In Jay Engineering Works after a three months strike the work had resumed. However on the very first day of resumption of work there was a problem on account of shortage of snacks in the first shift which resulted in a tool down. In the first shift on the day of resumption of work, Samosas...

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  • Research Work

    permanent worker can be terminated only for proven misconduct or for habitual absence.[1] In Uttam Nakate case, the Bombay High Court held that dismissing an employee for repeated sleeping on the factory floor was illegal - a decision which was overturned by the Supreme Court of India. Moreover, it took two...

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  • Labour Law

    labour issues. The salient features of the Central Labour Acts in force in India are given here under: The Indian Factories Act of 1948 provides for the health, safety and welfare of the workers. The Shops and Commercial Establishment Act regulates the conditions of work and terms of employment of...

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  • Occupational Health

    Directorate General of Factory Advice Service and Labour Institutes (DGFASLI), the two field organisations of Ministry of Labour and Employment strive to achieve the principles enshrined in the Constitution of India in the area of occupational safety and health in mines, factories and ports. Box 13.1 CONSTITUTIONAL...

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  • industrial relations

    a) Apprentices Act, 1961 29 b) Employees State Insurance Act, 1948 36 c) 51 Employees Provident Fund And Misc. Provisions Act, 1952 d) The Employment Exchanges (Compulsory Notification of 55 Vacancies) Act, 1959 e) Factories Act, 1948 58 f) Industrial...

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  • Labour Law

    research capacities, supported by Intellectual Property Protection regime. Factory (Definition):- Any premises including the confines. 1) In which twenty or more workers work on a day of the foregoing 12 months and if in case any part of which a manufacturing process is being carried on without the...

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  • How to Compile and Run a Java Program in Windows 7

    activities in small mines get rejected. The alternative could be entrusting this job to State Governments who also hold the lease granting authority and in case of identified violations of law the lease itself could be withdrawn.            Under the aegis of international guidelines and more and more social...

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  • industrial safety

    Govt. of India. The terms of reference assigned to the Working Group were dealt with by constituting three sub groups dealing with mining sector, factories & docks and unorganized sector. As per the Constitution of India a number of Legislations have been framed dealing with the safety, health and...

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  • The Study of Social Compliance with Respect to Social Compliance

    NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF FASHION TECHNOLOGY, KOLKATA THE STUDY OF SOCIAL COMPLIANCE WITH RESPECT TO APPAREL SECTOR MINOR PROJECT REPORT SUBMITTED FOR THE PARTIAL FULLFILMENT OF REQUIREMENT FOR THE AWARD OF DEGREE IN MASTER OF FASHION MANAGEMENT SUBMITTED BY – Balkrishna kumar (20) MFM – 2010-12 ...

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