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MS-28 Solved Assignment

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University: IGNOU
Course: Master of Business Administration

Q&A of Mba MS-28 Solved Assignment 2022 - Labour Laws

Q. Explain the role and relevance of Labour Laws. What do you understand by public interest litigation? Is it maintainable as a writ petition.


Q. What do you understand by plantation to which the plantation Labour Act would be applicable? What are the provisions relating to health in the plantation?

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Q. What is meant by "Industry" and "Industrial dispute"? What are the authorities under the Act and the duties entrusted to them?


Q. Explain the objective, scope and coverage of the payment of Wages Act 1936. State the procedure laid down under the act for imposing fines.


Q. Explain, what are the various benefits payable under the "Workmen's Compensation Act, 1923"? What are the powers of the commissioner for workmen's compensation?


Product Details: MS-28 Solved Assignment 2022

Course: Ignou MBA (Master of Business Administration)
Session: Jan - June 2022 July - Dec
Subject: Labour Laws

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Q. Explain genesis, scope, coverage of the Workmen's Compensation Act
Answer. The Workmen's Compensation Act is the first piece of legislation towards social security. It deals with compensation for workers who are injured in the course of duty. The scheme of the Workmen's Compensation Act is not to compensate the worker in lieu of wages. The general principle is that a worker who suffers an injury in the course of his employment, which results in a disablement, should be entitled to compensation and in the case of a fatal injury, his dependants should be compensated. Under the Workmen's Compensation Act, it is the employer who is responsible to pay compensation (as opposed to the Employees' State Insurance........... All establishments hiring 20 workers and above must compulsorily register themselves under the Employees' State Insurance Act (ESI Act). The Workmen's Compensation Act is applicable only to those establishments that do not come within the purview of the ESI Act. Also, if employers fail to register themselves under the ESI Act, they will be held responsible to pay compensation under the Workmen's Compensation Act.......... In case a personal injury is caused to an employee by accident arising 'out of' and 'in the course of' employment, his employer is liable to pay compensation at the prescribed rate. However, the employer is not liable to pay compensation except in the event of the death.......

Q. Write a short note on Employees state Insurance Act, 1948.
Answer. The Employees' State Insurance Act, 1948, as amended till now establishes an integrated scheme of social insurance providing for medical, sickness, maternity, disablement and dependant's benefits supplemental by funeral expenses, confinement expenses, vocational and physical rehabilitation and unemployment..... The Act extends to the whole of India. The ESIC Act applies to non-seasonal, power-using factories or manufacturing units employing 10 or more persons, and non-power using establishments employing 20 or more persons. Under the enabling provisions of the Act, a factory or establishment, located in a geographical area, notified for the implementation of the scheme, falls in the purview of the Act. Employees of the aforesaid.......
In Employees' State Insurance scheme, an employee in insurable employment is referred to as insured person (IP). Insured persons and their family have entitlement to various kinds of benefits. The benefits are roughly categorized into two: (1) Medical benefits and (2) cash benefits.
The workers registered under the scheme have entitlement to medical care for themselves and their dependents, jobless cash benefit in a few contingencies, and maternity benefit in the event of women workforce. In the event of employment-related disablement or death there exists provision for a disablement benefit and a family pension, respectively. Funeral Benefit to dependents of Insured Persons/Insured Women. Super Specialty Treatment by way of Private Tie Up Network and also through its own Super Specialty Hospitals located across India. Also ESI is building Medical and PG Medical, Dental Colleges in which it has put aside specific portion of seats for kids of Insured Persons. Through this roughly 86000 dependants received benefit. Every once in awhile ESI relaxes conditions for disbursement of Sickness Benefit and Super Specialty Treatment...Email or call us to get Mba Ignou MS-28 Solved Assignment July - Dec of Labour Laws...
Outpatient medical amenities can be found in 1398 ESI dispensaries, and through 1,678 empanelled private medical professionals. Inpatient care is available in 145 ESI Hospitals and 42 Hospital annexes; a total of 19387 beds. Additionally, several state government hospitals also provide beds for exclusive use of ESI Beneficiaries. Cash benefits could be availed in any of......

Q. Explain the objective, scope and coverage of the Payment of Wages Act, 1936.
Answer. The payment of wages act, 1936 regulates the payment of wages to specific classes of individuals employed in the industry..... This Act doesn't apply on laborers whose wages payable in respect of a wage period average..... This Act was enacted with the aim of making sure timely payment of wages to the workers and for payment.....
The Act does apply to the persons working at any factory, railway administration, industrial or other establishments, i.e., tramway service, motor and air transport service, plantation, workshop of other establishment where articles are developed, adapted or manufactured, with a view to their use, transport or sale, establishments where any work associated with the construction, development or upkeep of buildings, roads, bridges or canals, or associated with operations associated with irrigation or supply of water or concerning generation, transmission and distribution of electricity.....
This Act was introduced with the aim of ensuring timely payment of wages to the workers and for payment of wages without unwanted reductions. The salary in factories/establishments employing less than 1000 workers must be paid by 7th of every month and in other situations by 10th day of every month......
Each and every employer is responsible for the payment of wages to individuals doing work for him. In the event of individuals employed, the following persons are also responsible for the payment of wages..

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