Diploma in Labour Laws (D.L.L.)
A Student who has passed the degree examination of this University or equivalent thereto of any other StatutoryUniversity will be eligible to take admission for Diploma in Taxation Laws course.
Duration of the course will be one year.
Scheme of Examination :
The examination for the Post- Graduate Diploma in Labour Laws shall be comprise of 4 papers of 100 marks each.
Standard of Passing :  
a) The minumum number of marks for passing the examination shall be 40% 
  in The mininum number of marks for passing.
b) R.537 :
  A candidate shall be exempted from appearing in the paper(s) at an Examination provided he/she secures 50% marks in papers prescribed at the Diploma Course.
c) A candidate obtained 60% of marks and above in the examination shall be A
  candidate obtaining 50% and above but below 60% of marks in the examination shall be placed in the Second Division.
d) A candidate obtaining 66% of marks and above in the examination shall be
  placed in the First Division.
  Every candidate appearing at the Post-Graduate Diploma in Labour Laws examinations shall be examined in the following papers.
Paper I   Origin and Nature of Labour Legislation 100 Marks
Papr II  Labour Welfare Legislation 100 Marks
Paper III  Wages and Social Security Legislation 100 Marks
Paper- IV Industrial Relations and Disputes 100 Marks
  Each paper shall be of three hours duration.
  Syllabus :
  The following shall be the syllabus prescribed for the Diploma Examination.
Paper I Origin and Nature of Labour Legislation viz. its scope and object, regulation of
  labour law in the interest of employees; the Evolution of the concepts of master and servant giving place to employer and employee. Theory of laissez-fair and state regulation of Labour Law and Labour Legislation its special feature.
  Labour Legislation in U.K. and U.S.A.
  Functioning of the International Labour Organisation and various conventions prescribed by International Labour Organisation.
  Trade Union Act, (1926) :
  "The Maharashtra Recognition of Trade Unions and prevention of Unfair Labour Practices, Act, 1971."
Paper II Labour Welfare Legislation :
  Factories Act, 1948.  
  Maternity Benefit Act, 1961.  
  Payment of Bonus Act, 1965.  
  Bombay Shops and Establishment Act, 1948.
  Labour Contract Act, 1970.  
  Maharashtra Labour Welfare Fund Act, 1961.
  The Apprentices Act, 1961.  
Paper III Wages and Security Legislation :  
  Minimum Wages Act.  
  Payment of Wages Act.  
  Workmen's Compensation Act, 1923.  
  Provident Fund Act, Including the Scheme 1952.
  Fatal Accident Act, 1955.  
  Employees State Insurance Act, 1948.  
  Payment of Gratuity Act.  
Paper IV Industrial Relations and Disputes :  
  Industrial Disputes Act, 1947.  
  Bombay Industrial Relation Act, 1964.  
  Industrial Employment Standing Orders Act, 1946.
  Recommended Reference Books :
1. Labour and Industrial. by S.M. Chaturvedi
2. The Employees State Insurance Act. by Gupta
3. The Industrial Employment (Standing Order) Act, 1946. by Gupta
4. The Industrial Disputes Act, 1947. by Malhotra
5. Gheraos, Strikes and Lockouts. by Roy
6. Trade Union Act.  by Srivastava
7. The Payment of Bonus Act. by Malhotra L. C.
8. The Payment of Bonus Act an Accountant's Study The Institute of Chartered
  Accountant's Publications.
9. Labour Law and Practice. by Kothari
10. Law of Workmen's Compensation. by Malik J. N.
11. Labour Law and Labour Relation by The Indian Law Institute
12. Collective Bargainings and Industral Disputes by Ludwin Teller
13. Principles of Labour Legislation by Commons and Andrews
14. Collective Bargaining I.L.O. Publication  
  Recommended Journals :
  Labour Law Journals Part I & II  
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