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impact of the Core’s world market hegemony on India & TWCs Hypothesis 2: Technology: Cr controls the political and economic power & superior technologies to make decisions on Peri.’s land and resources. In Peri., control of resources shifts from the community to the market. Hypothesis 3: Labour: Through ODL & NDL, Cr’s capital indebts and exploits Peri’s cheap labour to enhance its capital accumulation. Hypothesis 4: The/

1 Opportunities and Challenges for India in an Emerging Globalising Economy Dr. N.C.PAHARIYA Associate Professor Department of Economics University of.

. 14 Table 2:Delays at Ports and Airports in India 15 Rigid and outdated labour laws and bureaucratic hurdles Low FDI inflow Rigid and outdated labour laws and bureaucratic hurdles Low FDI inflow In 2004 China got FDI of $54.937 billion while India only $5.335 billion and during 1991-06 $43.29billion. In 2004 China got FDI of $54.937 billion while India only $5.335 billion and during 1991-06 $43.29billion/


INVESTMENT India today allows investment in mostly all sectors and remains one of the most attractive emerging markets. India today allows investment in mostly all sectors and remains one of the most attractive emerging markets. A foreign investor whilst making investment in India has to make itself aware of the complex labour laws in India. The Indian labour laws place considerable restrictions on the freedom of an employer to reduce work force, dismiss/

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Social Security System in India Otojit Kshetrimayum Associate Fellow, VVGNLI & Anoop Kumar Satpathy Fellow, VVGNLI

in India Social Security in India: Background Types of Social Security Programmes in India Social Security in Organised Sector Social security in Unorganised Sector Social Security System in India: Challenges I Labour Market Trends in India Labour Force, Workforce and Unemployed (UPSS) National Sample Survey (NSS) 1993-941999-20002004-052009-10 In Million Labour force 381.94406.84470.14469.87 Workforce 374.45397.88458.99460.17 Unemployed 7.498.9611.159.70 (As a proportion of labour force in percentage/

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to Decent Work for Domestic Work Initiatives in India Outline 6/8/20143 Role of Work and Labour Laws Work and Labour Laws Work is central to peoples wellbeing Providing income, access to amenities, leading a productive and healthy life Paves way for broader social and economic advancement All is intricately related to employment and as such on the labour laws Purpose the Labour Law: Meeting Economic and Social Challenges Establishing a legal system/


: “WE THE PEOPLE OF INDIA, having solemnly resolved to constitute India into a SOVEREIGN, SOCIALIST, SECULAR DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC and to secure to all its citizens: JUSTICE, social, economic and political; LIBERTY of thought, expression, belief, faith and worship; EQUALITY of status and of opportunity; and to promote among them all; FRATERNITY assuring the dignity of the individual and the unity and integrity of the Nation;In our constituent assembly this twenty/

1 THEME : SOCIAL AND HUMAN DEVELOMENT Generating Employment Opportunities in Karnataka A Way Forward Paper Presented at the 2 Days Seminar on “11th Five.

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BASICS OF MANAGEMENT Labour Welfare Schemes By:- Harjinder Pal Singh Lect. Mech. Dated:04-04-2013 Govt. Polytechnic College Batala.

was paid to him 85 Labour Welfare Schemes HISTORY OF LABOUR LEGISLATION IN INDIA: WORKING CONDITIONS: 5. Women and children were made to work for long hours under unsafe and unhygienic conditions. 84 Labour Welfare Schemes INDUSTRIAL LEGISLATION AND LAWS: Industrial laws or labour laws The laws framed by the Government for providing economic and social justice to the workers in industries are called Industrial laws or labour laws. Industrial legislation can be/

Globalisation, ICT and Developing Nations: The Main Challenges Sumit Roy.

countries such as India have strong research and technology foundation, skilled labour and firm democratic tradition In India-ICT has to be closely linked to development strategies to stimulate productivity, market and bargaining power in key sectors- agriculture,services, and relevant manufacturing-strengthening literacy, skills, and knowledge In India-ICT and its relationship with employment creation and reduction needs to be carefully analysed-by sector and sub-sector and socio-economic group ICT:Africa/

Contemporary Age. English Colonialism in India Problems in India Poverty Lack of religious tolerance Political division: India was a mosaic of over 500.

all that was positive in India had its roots in British rule. The end of British Rule in India Causes Labour government in Britain Britain was economically ruined and financially dependent on the USA Feeling against imperialism was increasing among the British people English Influences in India Education Education Language Religion Hierarchy and EqualityHierarchy and Equality Independence of Pakistan and India: 14° and 15° August 1947 British Indians in the UK Indian people born in the UK who/

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Evolution of the art of keeping Records and Development of Total Survey Design with application to some projects By: Pulakesh Maiti Indian Statistical.

as a result of western education and a spirit of scientific curiosity and experimentation. Interest in rapid social, economic and technical development added a new dimension after India’s independence in 1947. We keep a track / South Africa, CENSTAT, HSRC, Principal Statistician - P. Maiti. (124) (1995): the Socio-economic demographic and cultural pattern of the female labour force participation in the North West and the Cape; CENSTAT, HSRC South Africa, Principal Statistician - P. Maiti. (125) (1996): /

IR in India – Pre Independence

jobs Crisis of sustainability of social security welfare and pressure for security measures for all. Crisis of governance and fear of political & economic instability Micro-electronics led new generation capital and skill intensive technologies. Threat of deindustrialization and rapid growth of the service sector. Future of Industrial relations in India There are many labour laws in the country, covering all aspects of labour, to protect industrial workers. The problem is/

9/4/2015 Lesson learnt from the Slum up-gradation under JnNURM Scheme Empirical evidences in Surat city of Western India Arjun Patel, Centre for Social.

which considered as one of the most reputed caste in India having highest social rank and was not supposed to do such manual work. Even though, she wondered for around two months at the labour market but she did not get the job. No/physical space but it also encompasses their socio-economic, political and cultural spheres too. The Slum dwellers forced to resettle at the distance places has dismantled their whole settled life that has resulted in public anguished in absence of any possible scope for its /

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a Combination of Comparative and Absolutely advantage theory It’s a Combination of Comparative and Absolutely advantage theory The theory states that countries like china with big labour force will focus on labour intensive goods, and Sweden with more /SAARC is an economic and political organization of eight countries in Southern Asia.Southern Asia In terms of population, its sphere of influence is the largest of any regional organization sphere of influenceregional organization Contd… India, Pakistan, /

Employment Relations in India. 2 India Lecture outline Key themes Context The actors Representation in Indian industrial relations Agreement making Economic.

reforms There has been a paradigm shift to neoliberalism since the 1990s, with emphasis on economic growth and foreign investment over labour protection. While India was a major economic force in the 17 th century, and under British rule developed textiles, steel, engineering and other industries, it followed import substitution policies in the 1970s and did not partake in economic development at the same time as other Asian economies. However, the information revolution/

“BOOMING INDIAN ECONOMY: WHAT IS IN IT FOR GLOBAL SHIPPING? By Ravi K Mehrotra Chairman Foresight Group, London At European Parliament, Brussels (Conference.

GDP] *) Transportation, Electricity, Telecom etc. SUMMARY ON INDIA It will still take time to sort out distortions in society and its economy Acute shortage of infrastructure development in the country Above two weaknesses will limit economic growth For next 5 years India will have a negative trade balance Population growth means young labour force for next 20 years Hydrocarbon exploration in river deltas due perennial rivers from Himalayas will/

HISTORY OF ASIA 8,000 BCE - Present. TABLE OF CONTENTS 8000 - 600 BCE ->Nancy Lin 600 BCE - 600 CE ->Boyuan Zhang 600 CE - 1450 ->Michele Lin and Li Ping.

two empires. 321-186 BCE: Centralized taxation introduced in India. Freed up farmers and the economy from messy local taxation. 221-267 BCE: Great Wall unified. Government-forced relocation of peasants provided 206 BCE-220 CE: Han troops keep the Silk Road secure and open. Trade is able to flourish. Creation, Expansion and Interaction of Economic Systems Development and transformation of social structures Confucius: The basis for Chinese/

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: Let us now examine, why India needs to appreciate such requirements and improve the prevailing labour standards. The most widely used definition of core labour standards as found in the various conventions of the ILO, encompasses following four main protection for workers: 1. Guarantee of the right to organise and to bargain collectively 2. Prohibition of forced labour 3. Prohibition of child labour 4. Prohibition of discrimination against different/

Foreign Trade Policy and Special Economic Zone

in Relation to Developers and Entrepreneurs The provisions of the Income-tax Act, 1961, as in force for the time being, shall apply to, or in relation to, the Developer or entrepreneur for carrying on the authorised operations in a Special Economic Zone or Unit subject to the modifications specified in/installation by the assessee, used in India; (b) such machinery or plant is imported into India from any country outside India; and (c) no deduction on account of depreciation in respect of such machinery or /

International Labour Standards, Voluntary Initiatives & Social Dialogue in India C S Venkata Ratnam, IMI, India & Anil Verma, University of Toronto Canada.

to provide for equal remuneration to men and women Social Clause and Indian Legislation n Discrimination (Employment and Occupation) Convention 111 n Legal aspect –India ratified Conv. 111 –Caste discrimination still a problem. Became an issue in Durham conference in 2001 Universal Floor and India n Freedom of association and right to collective bargaining – not ratified n No child labour – highest in India n No forced labour – persistent n No discrimination – still a problem/

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RCEP China TPP – Trans Pacific Agreement TIPP – Trans Atlantic Trade and Investment Partnership RCEP - Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership AIFTA – ASEAN – India Free Trade Area Indonesia, Philippines, India Thailand, Laos Myanmar Cambodia India’s Position in Global Market Largest Employer in India. Employs around 35 Mn workforce 14.1% Contribution to Industrial Production of country. 4% Contribution to India’s GDP 17% Contribution to Exports Earnings FY12-13 22% of/

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thought to be a poor leader in peacetime, and his warning that Labour would introduce Gestapo style police force backfired. Unlike Labour, the Conservatives lacked clear policies and produced their election manifesto in a few weeks. In addition, the Conservative Party organisation had declined during the war due, in part, to the military service of many party organisers How Successful were Labour’s Social, Economic and Welfare Reforms, 1945-51? Background to/

Value and devalue of women’s Work in China and India ----Unanswered Three Questions Feng Yuan 2014.09.26.

. But the rates of women drop more, particularly for young women. “Despite very rapid economic growth in India in recent years, we’re observing declining female labour force participation rates across all age groups, across all education levels, and in both urban and rural areas,” said ILO economist Steven Kapsos during a presentation of the report in India. What reasons contribute most? Longer education? Why rate of male still higher? Full/

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travelled  More business deals Important Forces of Globalisation Development in Transport & Communication 2. Communication Improvement in technology  greater communication amongst people/and get better profits S’pore has established various schemes to help SMEs sustain their businesses in/Labour  S’pore firms invests in other upcoming markets such as China, India & Middle East S’pore govt & S’pore firms provide expertise & capital to develop industrial parks in China & India Promotes more sustain economic/

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has adopted the SEZ policy for developing Special Economic Zones in the state. The SEZs, earmarked as duty-free enclaves, aim at promoting rapid industrial development and employment generation. The approved policy regime includes: Exemption of all state and local taxes Exemption from stamp duty and registration fees Grant of labour, energy, environment, industrial health and safety related permits and approvals through a dedicated single window mechanism Exemption/

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to limited actions against child labour, forced labour and sexual exploitation. India is a Tier 2 Watch due to limited actions against child labour, forced labour and sexual exploitation. Jewel in the Crown - India Green Revolution The Indian government was forced to reform its agricultural policy in the late 1960s when an imbalance in food imports was exacerbated by two years of drought in 1965 and 1966. The World Bank, Rockefeller Foundation, and U.S. Agency for/

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Forces 44 Offset 44 Public Sector Units 45 Research Establishments 51 Opportunities for UK Companies 55 Appendices of Military Aircraft and Missiles 58 Composite Manufacture 65 Avionics Design & Manufacture 67 Shows & Conferences 70 Consultants & Agents 72 Special Economic Zones 74 Achievements 33 visits undertaken in Hyderabad and/ capacity without investing in new facilities in the UK. There is currently room for an UK company to set up a facility in India and take advantage of the labour rates. This could/


SCHOOL Labour Agriculture Power REFORM SCHOOL Labour Agriculture Power Red tape REFORM SCHOOL Labor Agriculture Power Red tape Governance Corporate Governance - High in India - Low in China Bottom Line Indian prosperity is on auto pilot Can’t do without government. But governance reform will take time, till middle class is dominant. Human capital will continue to flower based on private initiative, and drive the nation INDIA HAS/

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Defence services, Paramilitary services, Coastal Guard It includes army, navy, air force, and common services. They do service to the nation. People who wish to work in these areas require sacrifice, physical strength, and appropriate mindset. Boarder Roads Boarder roads organisation works in remote inaccessible, economically backward tribal areas, high snow clad mountains, thick forests, and deserts often under adverse situations. Intelligence Services It has two broad/

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.5 million slum dwellers https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/geos/in.html 1.1 Demographic and Economic Trends – Education: – School life expectancy from primary to tertiary level: 10 years (CIA vs. Canada: 17 years) – Literacy rate 15-years and over: 61% (2001 Census vs. Canada: 99%) Economy: – Labour force: 523.5 million (2008 est.) – Unemployment Rate: 9.1% (est. 2008 vs. 7/


to the workforce are equipped with the knowledge and skill needed for high productivity and high quality. Source: Data compiled from Planning Commission Reports, NSSO, Times of India, The Economic Times 10 Educated Unemployed (Disadvantage education) Unemployed in Rural Areas: 57%Unemployed in Rural Areas: 57% Unemployed in Urban Areas: 65%Unemployed in Urban Areas: 65% TOTAL SKILLED labour force:TOTAL SKILLED labour force: –RURAL - only 8.3 % –URBAN - 15.6 % Only/

International Labour Organization (ILO) conventions 138 (1973) and182 (1999) define child labourers as all children younger than 12 working in any economic.

) conventions 138 (1973) and182 (1999) define child labourers as all children younger than 12 working in any economic activities, children 12–14 years old engaged in more than light work, and all children engaged in the worst forms of child labourin which they are enslaved, forcibly recruited, prostituted, trafficked, forced into illegal activities or exposed to hazards.  Though definitions vary, child labour means work that is done by children/


, laissez-faire Rise of trade unionism Growth of Political freedom and extension of Franchise Rise of Socialist and Revolutionary ideas Growth of Humanitarianism, Social welfare and Social justice International Labour Organization (ILO) 1919 FORCES INFLUENCING SOCIAL AND LABOUR LEGISLATION IN INDIA Indian Social System- Becoming Old and Archaic with changing times Colonial Rule- Traders to Rulers Interest remained economic - Tea District Emigrant Labour Act, 1832 - Workmen’s Breach of Contract Act, 1859/

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1 Globalisation, Gender and Employment Relations in India Prof. Vibhuti Patel Head, Department of Economics SNDT Women’s University, Smt. Nathibai Road,

adolescent girls and child labour increased. Women were and are given less skilled and underpaid jobs. 3 The Asian Scenario South Asian (India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Srilanka, Nepal) and South East Asian (Thailand, Indonesia, Philippines, Malaysia) countries, Indochina (Laos, Kampuchea and Vietnam) and China are flooded with Sweatshops, ghetto labour markets and stigmatised migrant workers. ASEAN countries have established of Special Economic Zones that ensure flexibalisation of the labour force to attract/

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Trade Stat. 2004, WTO; Figures in brackets indicate % share in world services export Services Trade: South Asia’s Strength Greatly endowed in semi-skilled and low-killed labours Natural comparative advantage in providing labour-intensive services Vast pool of professional/2004-06 Outsourcing: India and Emerging Force Strong RCA in selected sub-sectors reflected in changing composition of India’s exports in favour of software. Between 1997-98 and 2001-02, the share of software in services exports increased /

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6.5% of Thailands gross domestic product ManufacturingSome countries such as Brazil and Malaysia have both resources and growing manufacturing industries Manufacturing accounts for about one-fifth of the GDP of Brazil and more than one- tenth of the labour force. Fact The worst floods in Bangladesh in 1998 killed more than 3,500 and destroyed crops and infrastructure worth more than $2 billion. Around three million people have/


institutionalised processes such as bilateral or joint economic councils or institutionalised public-private dialogue within which interactions with the private sector have taken place. Rather, the interactions between state governments and the private sector have been typically informal and need-based. State-Business interactions– Labour Regulation One area of concern for the private sector is labour regulation. Labour laws in India fall under the joint jurisdiction of the/

Monetary Policy Report July 2012. Figure 1.1. GDP in different regions Annual percentage change Sources: Bureau of Economic Analysis, Eurostat and the.

of Economic Research Figure 3.24. Employment, labour force and unemployment Thousands and per cent of the labour force, aged 15-74, seasonally-adjusted data Sources: Statistics Sweden and the Riksbank Note. Three-month moving averages. Figure 3.25. New and unfilled vacant jobs and redundancy notices Thousands, seasonally-adjusted data Sources: Employment Service and the Riksbank Figure 3.26. Hiring plans and number of employed in the business sector Net figures and annual/

GROUP 5. EPCG SCHEME The scheme allows import of capital goods for pre production, production and post production It is allowed at 5% Customs duty subject.

have to be a net foreign exchange earner SPECIAL ECONOMIC ZONES (SEZs) IN INDIA SEZs in India Experience with EPZs -Starting with Kandla in 1965; SEEPZ in 1972, Based on reviews of working, Cochin, Falta, Madras (Chennai) and NOIDA in 1984 and Vizag in 1989 -Very limited impact -Less than 40% of approvals fructified -Rest cancelled or lapsed -Employed only 0.01% of labour force -FDI was less than 20% of total investment/

Learning Objectives Explain “diversity in the Indian Context Outline the payoffs and challenges from diversity in a multicultural company Discuss changes.

economic cultural religious exploitation Temporary workers:-large presence in the automobile /auto component sectors/telecom/construction/real estate/health care/textile etc- is of concern /cannot hire hem on regular basis to be competitive Child labour:-carpet making /crackers industry-contract labour /various pieces of labour legislation ignored by employers Contd The changing force of Corporate India/of the workforce is changing in India. Young, skilled and knowledgeable employees are occupying positions /

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2 Source, destination and transit country India’s largest trafficking problem is forced labour: 20 to 65 million citizens; high amount of debt bondage 90% of India’s trafficking problem is internal Majority of trafficking victims are recruited by agents known to them in their home villages with promises of work Many challenges remain, mainly relating to government corruption and denial Both government- and NGO-run shelters face/

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SCHOOL Labour Agriculture Power REFORM SCHOOL Labour Agriculture Power Red tape REFORM SCHOOL Labor Agriculture Power Red tape Governance Corporate Governance - High in India - Low in China Bottom Line Indian prosperity is on auto pilot Can’t do without government. But governance reform will take time, till middle class is dominant. Human capital will continue to flower based on private initiative, and drive the nation India has/

PREVENTING UNEMPLOYMENT AND UNDER-EMPLOYMENT FROM BECOMING STRUCTURAL G20 Task Force on Employment Paris, 10-11 April 2014 Stefano Scarpetta, Director.

Countries are shown by ascending order of the total employment rate. 1.2010 for China and 2011-12 for India. 2.Older workers refer to person aged 55 and over and total to persons aged 15 and over. 3.Selected urban areas only. Source: OECD Labour Force Statistics Database and national labour force surveys. Longer-term economic and social transformations… Employment shifts between sectors have been considerable Employment is shifting substantially towards/

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