4 edition of Commentary on the Madhya Pradesh industrial relations act, 1960 (no. 27 of 1960) found in the catalog.
Commentary on the Madhya Pradesh industrial relations act, 1960 (no. 27 of 1960)
N. D. Ajwani
|Statement||by N. D. Ajwani ; with a foreword by G. L. Oza.|
|Contributions||Madhya Pradesh, India.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 44, 302, xviii p. ;|
|Number of Pages||302|
|LC Control Number||75902781|
The labour code on Industrial Relations , cleared by the cabinet last week, also says that fixed-term employees will get all statutory benefits like social security, wages, etc. on par with the regular employees who are doing work of same or similar nature. The Bill is expected to be introduced in parliament on Wednesday. An edition of Madhya Pradesh accommodation control act, () Commentary on the Madhya Pradesh accommodation control act, (no. 41 of ) 3d ed.
after the words “to act on his behalf”, insert the words “or a representative union recognised as such under the Madhya Pradesh Industrial Relations Act, ”; (b) after the words “sub-section (3)”, insert the words “and in case of death of the employed person, it shall be . ORDER Rajendra Menon, J. 1. The short question, that requires determination in the present petition is, whether a Labour Court exercising powers under Section of the Madhya Pradesh Industrial Relations Act, (hereinafter referred to as "Act of ") can pass an order staying retirement of an employee after he has attained the age of superannuation.
1 मध्यप्रदेश भ-राजस्व संहहता, हवषय-सच धारा हवषय अध्याय Reference has been made to Rule B of the Madhya Pradesh Industrial Disputes Rules, , prescribing the manner for application for permission for lay-off under Section 25M. According to Rule B, the application is required to be made in Form C-3 and delivered to the authority specified - either personally or by registered post.
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- (1) This Act may be called the Madhya Pradesh Industrial Relations Act, (2) It extends to the whole of Madhya Pradesh. (3) This section and Section shall come into force at once and the State Government may, by notification, bring all or any of the remaining provisions of this Act into force in respect of-(a) any or all industries; or.
THE MADHYA PRADESH INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS ACT, (27 of ) [Received the assent of the President on the 17th November,assent first published in the "Madhya Pradesh Gazette ', Extraordinary, on the 31st December, ] PREAMBLE An Act to regulate the relations of employers and employees in certain matters, to make.
These rules may be called the Madhya Pradesh Industrial Relations Rules, In these Rules unless the context otherwise requires,-(a) "Act" means the Madhya Pradesh Industrial Relations Act, (No. 27 of ); (b) "Form" means a form appended to these rules; (c) "Schedule" means a schedule appended to the Act; (d) "Section" means a section of the Act.
some cases the Principal Act and/or Amendment Act may not be available. Principal Acts may or may not include subsequent amendments. For authoritative text, please contact the The Madhya Pradesh Industrial Relations Act, Act 27 of Keyword(s).
The Madhya Pradesh Industrial Relations Act, Title (In Hindi): मध्यप्रदेश औद्योगिक संबंध अधिनियम, Remarks: MP STATE ACT: Download Attachment View Attachment. On Thursday, Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Chauhan proposed amendments to the Factories Act, Madhya Pradesh Industrial Relations Act and Industrial Disputes Act.
According to the statement released by the government, there was the need to give various concessions to industries in the next 1, days due to the situation arising out of. Madhya Pradesh Industrial Relations Act, ; Prev. Madhya Pradesh Industrial Relations Act, Next Madhya Pradesh Industrial Relations Act, (PDF) Industrial Court Formation of Benches Rules, ; M.P.
Industrial Relations Rules, ; Help us. —A union entered on the approved list maintained under the Bombay Industrial Relations Act, as adopted in Madhya Bharat by the Madhya Bharat Industrial Relations (Adaptation) Act, Samvat (Madhya Bharat 31 of ), before the commencement of the Indian Trade Unions (Madhya Pradesh Amendment) Act, (Madhya Pradesh Act 28 of 1.
These rules may be called the Madhya Pradesh Industrial Relations Rules, 2. In these Rules unless the context otherwise requires,-(a) "Act" means the Madhya Pradesh Industrial Relations Act, (No. 27 of ); (b) "Form" means a form appended to these rules; (c) "Schedule" means a schedule appended to the Act; (d) "Section" means a section of the Act.
Bombay Industrial Relations Act, Indian Trade Unions (Amendment) Act, Industrial Disputes Act, as amended by Rajasthan Acts of and Madhya Pradesh Industrial Relations Act, Madhya Pradesh Industrial Relations Rules, Relevant Forms.
Keywords: Arbitration Proceeding, Arbitrator, Association of Employers, Award, Change, Closure, Conciliation Proceeding, Conciliator, Court of Enquiry, Employee. While the labour minister did not disclose which of the labour laws would be amended, experts feel the Madhya Pradesh Industrial Relations Actwhich in its present form has stringent provisions, could be the one the government is planning to amend.
Notably, in most cases, disputes arise out of violation of this Act. There are, however, state legislations like Maharashtra Recognition of Trade Union and Prevention of Unfair Labour Practices ActMadhya Pradesh Industrial Relations Act, and other states like Gujarat, Andhra Pradesh and Orrisa etc.
which have gone for such legislations, of late. Madhya Pradesh Industrial Relations Act, The provisions of the law will not apply to 11 industries but this will not affect the cases pending before the Labour Court, Industrial Court, etc.
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Act 7 of ; to Uttar Pradesh by U.P. Acts 4 of35 ofon basis of the maximum rent that the landlord could have fetched over section 16 but it is controlled by sections 16 to The scheme of State Amendment.
Madhya Pradesh-(i) After sub-section (3). Madhya Pradesh brings ordinance to ease buying of farm land by private players The existing legislation — the Madhya Pradesh Ceiling on Agricultural Holdings Act, — required diversion of agriculture land for non-agriculture purpose before it could be purchased by private parties.
Commissioner of public relations, S K Mishra. म.प्र. सहकारी सोसाइटी अधिनियम म.प्र. सहकारी सोसाइटी अधिनियम फरवरी, तक संशोधित. Madhya Pradesh 5 May The Madhya Pradesh Industrial Relations Act, no Industries, including textiles, iron and steel, automobiles, longer applicable to 11 major industries cement and electrical goods, exempted from the provisions.
Preeminent issue that cropped up for consideration in this batch of writ petitions is whether Labour Officer appointed under the Chhattisgarh Industrial Relations Act, (for short ‘the Act of ’) has power and jurisdiction to adjudicate the substantive right of employee in exercise of power conferred under Section 30 (6) (b) of the.
6[Provided that this Act shall cease to apply with effect from the date on which the Bombay Industrial Relations (Amendment) Act,comes into force, to the Imperial Bank of India and any banking company as defined in section 5 of the Banking Companies Act,having branches or other establishments in more than one 4[State].(1) If, in any undertaking to which the Madhya Pradesh Industrial Relations Act,does not apply, any employer modifies his standing orders otherwise than in accordance with the provisions of this Act, he shall be punished with fine which may extend to five thousand rupees and in case of a continuing offence with a further fine which may.Provided that notwithstanding anything contained in the Madhya Pradesh Industrial Employment (Standing Orders) Act, (Madhya Pradesh Act 26 of ), the provisions of this Act shall apply to all industrial establishments under the control of the Central Government.