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Original documents are of prime importance for understanding history, particularly of the trade union movement right from its incipient stages, when the British created a labour force long before it even thought of industrializing India. Realizing the important of providing scattered documents for scholars, the ICHR published in 24 volumes in the series on Labour Movements in India -Documents with A.R. Desai as the General Editor. This volume is a part of 2 volumes in the 1941-1947 series, when the movement grew and gathered strength, with the advent of industrialization. The documents advent of industrialization. The documents also indicate their significance in the freedom movement in India and bring forth how it became a part of the international labour movement. N° de ref. de la librería 101236
Título: Labour Movement in India: 1928-1947 (Volume ...
Editorial: Pragati Publications
Año de publicación: 2005
Condición del libro: New
Condición de la sobrecubierta: New
Edición: First Edition.
Descripción Pragati Pub, New Delhi, 2005. Hardbound. Condición: As New. New. Contents Vol. 17 Preface. Acknowledgements. Introduction. I. Labour in Pre Congress Era and Movement during Congress in office 1. Conditions under which the Labour Movement grows. 2. Seasonal factories in the Bombay Province. 3. Trade Union activity in the preceeding period and the trend of development. 4. Trade unions in the Bombay Presidency. 5. An instance of labour relations. The two sides present their cases. 6. An instance of a labour leader's activity at the Legislative Assembly and the government's reaction. 7. An instance of how the business community resists application of Factories Act. 8. Labour matters discussed. 9. Creches for women workers children. 10. Labour legislation. II. Congress Labour Policy Bombay 1. Parulekar gives notice of adjournment motion regarding orders issued by the government under Payment of Wages Act. 2. The payment of wages Act 1936. 3. The Bombay payment of wages rules 1937. 4. The Millowners claim that their acceptance had been sought before enactment of the law. 5. The payment of wages act protects the Millowners. Vol. 18 III. Congress Labour Policy Bombay and Ahmedabad 1. Dialogue between two trade unionists. Note Nanda's concern for establishment. 2. Resolution re minimum living wage for inferior employees in the government. 3. The number and the intensity of strikes are more than what the government can cope with. 4. The Government's viewpoint. 5. The Bombay industrial disputes Bill. 6. The bill is supported mainly by employers. 7. Bombay industrial disputes bill. 8. After the first reading of the bill and reference to select committee the bill is read clause by clause amendments are put some are egativated some passed. 9. The Bombay industrial disputes bill. 10. Composition of the industrial court. 11. Labour Disputes Bill. 12. Bombay labour disputes bill. Original documents are of prime importance for understanding history particularly of the trade union movement right from its incipient stages when the British created a labour force long before it even thought of industrializing India. Realizing the importance of providing scattered documents for scholars the ICHR published in 24 volumes in the series on Labour Movement in India Documents with A.R. Desai as the General Editor. The documents also indicate their significance in the freedom movement in India and bring forth how it became a part of the International Labour Movement. 1110 pp. Nº de ref. del artículo: 61568