WHAT IS LABOUR LAW ?

Labour law is a specialized course offered at postgraduate level in law domain. The course imparts learning about the laws governing relations of employee (labour) and the employer (organisation). The students pursuing labour law course have to study about laws related to wages, discrimination, union activity, pensions, unemployment compensation, workplace safety, and workers’ compensation. The course is often offered at postgraduate level as diploma programmes but one can pursue the labour law course as LL.M degree specialization from different universities across the globe.
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ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA

  • The applicant should have an LL.B degree with a minimum passing percentage in the aggregate of the subjects studied at the degree level.
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SCOPE OF LABOUR LAW

  • The formation of International Labour Organisation (ILO) at global canvas itself speaks for the importance of labour force (employee) internationally and to their help are the labour lawyers.

  • The world always talks about socio-economic justice, which need subject-matter experts who deal with such issues and fight for the rights of victims.

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COURSE SUBJECTS

  • Collective bargaining
  • Constitution and Labour Welfare
  • History of Trade Union
  • ILO standard for labour International Convention
  • Industrial Disputes Act
  • Labour and Human Rights Equality of Opportunity
  • Law relating to Industrial Injuries and Social Security
  • Law relating to Service Regulation
  • Right against exploitation

COURSE LEVEL DETAILS

  • Course Fees
    Maximum Fees 13.42 Lakhs School of Law, University of Petroleum and Energy Studies, Dehradun
    Minimum Fees 13.42 Lakhs School of Law, University of Petroleum and Energy Studies, Dehradun
    Degree Offered in UG
    LL.B.
    Other Bachelors
  • Course Fees
    Maximum Fees 0.67 Lakhs The Tamilnadu Dr Ambedkar Law University, Chennai
    Minimum Fees 0.25 Lakhs Manikchand Pahade Law College, Aurangabad
    Degree Offered in PG
    LL.M.

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Yogender Kumar 2 months ago

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Yogender KumarLast Seen: 4 weeks 21 hours agoJoined on: 26-Jun-2018Education Interest: LawEducation Level: Graduate & Above

I am a btech from deemed University rvd without aicte approved may I take admission in llb

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Parthib Basu 2 months ago

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Parthib BasuLast Seen: 1 day 17 hours agoJoined on: 10-Feb-2017Education Interest: Degree ProgrammesEducation Level: In Graduation

Hi Yogender,

For Law courses like BA LLB or BBA LLB in colleges check whether the college is approved by Bar Council of India that is most important thing. 

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Ganesh 6 months ago

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Ganesh Last Seen: 5 months 3 weeks agoJoined on: 24-Feb-2018Education Interest: LawEducation Level: Graduate & Above

Industrial disputes act 1947 this act is applicable to how many members

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Parthib Basu 1 month ago

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Parthib BasuLast Seen: 1 day 17 hours agoJoined on: 10-Feb-2017Education Interest: Degree ProgrammesEducation Level: In Graduation

Hi Ganesh,

Follow the link given below for details:

* https://labour.gov.in/sites/default/files/THEINDUSTRIALDISPUTES_ACT1947_0.pdf

Thank you and best of luck.

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Laitlang LaminLast Seen: 2 weeks 2 days agoJoined on: 26-Jun-2015Education Interest: Study AbroadEducation Level: Class 12

Which law secialization is best in this generation

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Vikram 1 year ago

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VikramLast Seen: 5 months 4 days agoJoined on: 19-Jan-2015Education Interest: MBAEducation Level: Graduate & Above
Dear There is few major specialisation in LLM you can consider Business law Constitution Criminal Family Human rights Intellectual property law Corporate banking International environmental law Int...Read More