Crash course on Factories Act 1948 (Labour Law)

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Duration 1 Week
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Price ₹1,999.00
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Crash course on Factories Act 1948 (Labour Law)

Factories Act 1948 is part of Labour law and is important for every legal student in order to hold a quick grasp on labour laws, this crash course explains many prominent topics related to this act such as Definitions – Worker, Occupier, Factory, Health, Safety and Welfare measures. Provisions for Hazardous Processes; Working Hours; Regulatory provisions in the Employment of children; Annual leave with wages; Duties and Responsibilities of Occupier and Manager; Penalties and procedure.

Audio Lecture: The course also comprises of short audio lecture, that briefs about the course, which enables the student to memorize it conveniently and students may listen to this any time.

Course Duration: 1 Week

Benefits of ILMS Course:
- Learn in detail key provisions of the Act
- Understand landmark cases related to this Act
- Improves employability
- Prepared by Industry experts
- No fix timing
- Online certification
- Innovative content
- Lifetime Access

Related Courses:
- Certificate Course in Labour Laws
- Certificate Course in HRM (Human Resource Management)

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  • Examination must be completed at max in 6 months from date of enrolment
  • Course material access is for lifetime
  • Examination evaluation Grade A (90% and above), Grade B (70-90%), Grade C (50-70%) below 50% reappear for examination