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Duration :
06/06/2016 to 11/06/2016

The programme aims at empowering of trade union leaders by enhancing their knowledge skill base.



Duration :
06/06/2016 to 10/06/2016

The programme aims at equipping Labour Officers with skills of dealing with enforcement of labour laws in unorganized sector.



Duration :
13/06/2016 to 17/06/2016

To develop an understanding of the need for safety, health and welfare for construction workers.



Duration :
13/06/2016 to 17/06/2016

The programme aims at equipping the participants with the context of labour legislation and recent Labour jurisprudence.



Duration :
13/06/2016 to 17/06/2016

The programme aims to discuss how working women and men can satisfactorily benefit from the employment opportunities, working conditions, etc. which have a direct impact on the productivity of the workplace and welfare of the families.



Duration :
18/06/2016 to 22/06/2016

The aim of the programme is to enhance leadership skills of trade union activists from North-Eastern States.



Duration :
20/06/2016 to 24/06/2016

To familarize young students with various Labour Issues and their capacities to contribute in their academic and professional pursuits.



Duration :
20/06/2016 to 24/06/2016

To enhance personal and collective skills needed for effective leadership by way of experiential learning for individual and group leadership.



Duration :
20/06/2016 to 24/06/2016

The programme aims at equipping the participants with the context of labour legislation and recent Labour jurisprudence.



Duration :
20/06/2016 to 01/07/2016

This programme aims to situate emerging issues in labour research in an inter- disciplinary perspective. The programme would bring together a group of researchers and teachers from universities/colleges/research institutions specialising on different dimensions of labour and employment. The programme provides an opportunity for the participants to have intensive interface with renowned scholars and practitioners in the area of labour studies.

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