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Duration :
24/10/2016 to 28/10/2016

Generating more and better quality of employment is a common challenge faced by the countries world over. The challenge is more pronounced in case of developing countries with large informal sector and with problems of unemployment and underemployment. To face these challenges, governments are putting increasing emphasis on enhancing the skills of its people in general and that of workers in particular to increase their employability and to facilitate them to get decent employment.



Duration :
24/10/2016 to 28/10/2016

The programme aims at training the Officials Handling Sexual Harassment Internal Complain Committees (ICC).



Duration :
24/10/2016 to 26/10/2016

The programme endeavours to sensitize the participants about the inequalities prevalent in the world of work and the challenges faced by women in the labour market. It would also enable the participants in developing an understanding about the existing legal instruments and international labour standards for ensuring equality at workplace and promoting workers’ rights based on a model of social justice. The
programme also aims to address the larger questions on intersection of paid work and unpaid unpaid/care work and recognition of care as a right that need to be incorporated into the policy framework for facilitating women’s employment and sustenance in the labour market.



Duration :
01/11/2016 to 04/11/2016

Employment, in its quantitative and more pertinently in its qualitative aspects, is one of the central concerns of public policy. While employment creation remains a crucial long term policy goal, it is now emerging as one of the most important policy instruments for tackling economic slowdown. Employment is not only a macroeconomic phenomena – its importance and social and individual level is far greater. Employment remains the foremost means for providing social security and tackling insecurities at the individual level. It is in this context that this programme addresses various dimensions related to
generation of quality employment as a means to achieve the national goal of sustainable and inclusive growth.



Duration :
01/11/2016 to 11/11/2016

To provide an understanding on globalisation and its impact on labour from an interdisciplinary perspective in general and sociological perspective in particular.



Duration :
07/11/2016 to 11/11/2016

The course aims to facilitate youth to work



Duration :
07/11/2016 to 09/11/2016

To strengthen the understanding of various Social Science Research Methods



Duration :
07/11/2016 to 11/11/2016

The programme aims at empowering Rural women organizers from Central Trade Unions



Duration :
15/11/2016 to 18/11/2016

This programme aims at enhancing the understanding of the linkages between migration and development. It also aims at developing the capacities of researchers and policy makers towards explicating the emerging issues in migration, especially in terms of research and policy concerns.



Duration :
15/11/2016 to 19/11/2016

The programme aims at equipping the delegates with different training skills

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August, 2022



Duration :
16/08/2022 to 18/08/2022

To examine Corporate Social Responsibility from industrial relations perspective.



Duration :
16/08/2022 to 18/08/2022

The programme aims at enhancing the perceptiveof the parity and equity in preventing sexual harassment at the workplaces for enhancing healthy productivity in the world of work.



Duration :
22/08/2022 to 24/08/2022

The programme aims at strengthening the understanding of participants on the pension schemes for workers in the organized and the unorganized sector. The programme would acquaint the participants with the various inequalities prevalent in the labour market and also enable them to develop an understanding about the challenges existing in the labour market.



Duration :
22/08/2022 to 26/08/2022

The programme aims at equipping the participants with the context of recent Labour reforms and labour codes.



Duration :
22/08/2022 to 24/08/2022

This training programme on ‘leadership development programme for women officials’ will train the participants to discover how to adjust your management style through leadership and how to manage people. Leadership skill practice uses role plays, exercise and practice sessions; using leadership models along with interactive activities results to achieve team success and a well respected manager.



Duration :
29/08/2022 to 02/09/2022

To make the Employment Officers of North Eastern States and Government Officials who are working in the area of Employment and skill development of North Eastern States, aware of the Labour Market trends, Employment opportunities and important role being played by National Career Service project in this area.



Duration :
29/08/2022 to 02/09/2022

To enhance organisation building capacity of activists of fishery workers’ unions.



Duration :
30/08/2022 to 02/09/2022

The programme endeavours to sensitize the participants about the inequalities prevalent in the world of work and the challenges faced by women in the labour market. It would also enable the participants in developing an understanding about the existing legal instruments and international labour standards for ensuring equality at workplace and promoting workers’ rights based on a model of social justice. The programme aims to address the larger questions on intersection of paid work and unpaid unpaid/care work and recognition of care as a right that need to be incorporated into the policy framework for facilitating women’s employment and sustenance in the labour market.The programme would also provide an orientation on the new labour codes and its implications on the labour market.

July, 2022



Duration :
04/07/2022 to 06/07/2022

The programme aim at addressing and strengthening the understanding to build critical knowledge and capacity for accelerating progress against child Labor and, where relevant and forced labour.



Duration :
04/07/2022 to 08/07/2022

The growing diversification of work arrangements has become a distinct feature of today’s labour markets. Over the years it has been seen that automation and digitalization have transformed several traditional forms of employment and also led to the emergence of several new forms of employment, such as the ‘platform’ economy. As the world of work continues to evolve, shaped by global trends such as digitalisation, automation and globalisation, as well as socio-demographic changes, social protection systems will need to adapt to changing contexts and demands. While some emerging work and employment arrangements may provide greater flexibility for workers and employers, they may also lead to significant gaps in social protection coverage. It is therefore necessary to strengthen and adapt a social protection system that would address the gaps and changes. A strong social protection system plays a key role in preventing poverty, reducing inequality, enhancing income security and enabling workers and their families to better navigate work and life transitions..

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