India Inc comprises a large proportion of small-scale industrial units. These are mostly the units of various Industrial Development corporations (IDCs) or are located in Special Economic Zones. Some of them are even spread in and around the urban areas. A large proportion of the workforce in these units is blue-collar workers. Trade Unions are quite active in these units. One needs expertise to deal with trade unions and industrial dispute matters. M.A. (Labour Welfare) was started in the academic year 1995-96. It is a four-semester, 2-year post-graduate degree course. M.A. (Labour Welfare) offers courses in the areas of Labour Legislation, Fixation of Wages, Labour Economics, Indian Labour Issues, Industrial Psychology, Industrial Sociology, Research Methodology and many more. MLW offers placement opportunities in the labour welfare functions of small-scale industries, legal firms and Industrial Relations (IR) consultancy in India.
Eligibility: Any Graduate with 45% marks in aggregate from a recognized University.
Duration of the Programme: The M.A. (Labour Welfare) course is two-year full-time Post Graduate Degree course leading to Master Degree in Labour Welfare.
Medium of Instruction: English
Selection: Admission to M.A.(Labour Welfare) Programme is given on basis of the student’s performance in the written entrance test.
Admission Procedure: The candidates should submit an application for admission in prescribed form attached with this prospectus duly filled in within stipulated time period with all necessary documents. The candidate will have to present the following documents at the time of counseling.
Entrance Test: The entrance test is based on the tests like GRE and GMAT. Students can refer to model Test of Competition Success Review and other such test published in other magazines and books. The test consists of 100 objective types multiple choice questions. The students are required to tick mark appropriate option. Questions are based on general knowledge, general English, current events (sports, literature, history, science, politics, economics etc.) and reasoning.
Note: University may also consider the score of CMAT and other such entrance tests for the admission. If seats are vacant, the department may conduct personal interview.
Reservation Policy: Reservation of seats as per University and Government rules.