National Webinar On COVID19 Pandemic by NLUD & NLLA [Jan 30]: Register now!

National Webinar On COVID19 Pandemic & Enforcement of Labour Law: Challenges and Remedies

About The National Law University, Delhi

National Law University, Delhi, also known as NLU Delhi is a state-level Law University which was established in 2008. Out of the 23 NLUs in the country, NLU Delhi is among the leading ones. It is recognised by the University Grants Commission (UGC) and is also a member of the Association of Indian Universities (AIU). It is accredited with an A Grade with a score of 3.59 by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC). Admissions and the course curriculum at NLU Delhi are as per the legal regulations prescribed by the Bar Council of India (BCI). The University was ranked 2 for Law by the NIRF in 2020 and 2019. It was also ranked 5 for Law by The Week in 2019.

About The National Labour Law Association

The National Labour Law Association (Established in 1980) with Dr. Nagendra Singh, Judge, International Court of Justice as the President and the Chief Justice of India as its Chief Patron. Its objective is to provide a forum for a free and frank exchange of ideas and experiences among the employers, employees, the professionals and the experts, as well as the Government officials so as to help all concerned to apply laws in their right perspective. The Ministry of Labour has conferred the “Consultative Body Status” on it’ ’In 1983 the Association set up an Institute of Industrial Relations and Personnel Management.

The Association organized more than 300 hundred Seminars, Workshop and discussions on variety of subjects such as in Industrial Relations Law, Child labour , Women workers and Constitutional Law, Right to Information, Disinvestment, Industrial Jurisprudence, Contract Labour, Public sector enterprises –Disciplinary procedure, and among others adjudication’.

  In 1989 the Association undertook a major research project called” Simplification, Rationalization and Consolidation of Labour laws.” The project was completed in 1994 known as Indian Labour Code 1994. The Code has been extensively quoted by the Second National Commission on Labour. The Association has also undertaken several research projects including ILO project on Worst Form of Child Labour and the study of structural adjustment and Labour. Its activities include meetings and seminars, newsletter, training programs and research. 

About The Blog

The webinar is organised By Centre for Transparency & Accountability in Governance National Law University Delhi, India & National Labour Law Association, New Delhi. In collaboration with Friedrich Ebert Foundation – India & Centre for Labour Laws NLIU Bhopal.


COVID19 Pandemic & Enforcement of Labour Law: Challenges and Remedies

Important Date

Webinar date: 30 January 2021


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