2 edition of Labour problems in the economic and social development of India found in the catalog.
Labour problems in the economic and social development of India
Aloysius Joseph Fonseca
|Statement||by A. Fonseca.|
|Series||International educational materials exchange. Asia, III,, 3|
|Contributions||International Institute for Labour Studies.|
|LC Classifications||HC435.2 .F63, HC435.2 .F63|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||60|
|LC Control Number||75304827|
Labour Issues and Need For Labour Reforms in India. undertaking research into specific problems concerning labor with a view to supplying date and information needed for the formulation of labor policy, publishing reports, pamphlets and brochures on various aspects of labor skill development,Social security and Dignified and respectful. Labour & Employment. Labour policies are devised to maintain economic development, social justice, industrial harmony and welfare of labour in the country. To promote these activities, various reforms and initiatives have been brought upon by the government.
Labour migration has not only exerted a profound impact on China’s economy; it has also had far-reaching consequences for its social development. This book examines labour migration in China, focusing on the social dimensions of this phenomenon, as well as on the economic aspects of the migration and development relationship. India’s economic growth has benefitted some regions more than others. Technological hubs, such as Delhi and Mumbai have attracted higher-paying jobs. This has attracted an inflow of most mobile and skilled workers; this has created congestion in these super-cities but failed to address the poverty of rural areas, especially in the northeast.
The imbalanced nature of colonial economic development is highlighted by the large differences in consumption levels and expenditure patterns among the major groups -- Chinese labour, Malay labour, Indian labour, Asiatic clerical, Eurasian clerical and European – and among the other ethnic and occupational groups, and between rural and urban. Considering the inherent problems in data collection for bonded labour, as suggested by the L.K. Deshpande Study Group, household surveys should be conducted to ascertain socio-economic circumstances like debt, caste, etc. which lead to the practice of bondage in the areas and activities where there is a tendency to employ bonded labour.
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Now this would suggest that development is all about economic growth and that of. An indispensable entry point to the subject of labour in India, this Short Introduction locates the debate within the trajectory of economic development since India’s independence.
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