Article (October-2017)


Apprentices Act, 1961

Dr. Ishita Chatterjee & Vipul Kharbanda

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The Apprentices Act, 1961 makes it obligatory for employers to engage apprentices in designated trades to impart apprenticeship training on the job in industry to school leaves and I.T.I. pass outs, Graduates engineer, Diploma holder and Certificate in 10+2 vocational stream to develop skilled manpower.  The Act was amended in 1973 and 1986 to include training of graduated and technicians and technician (vocational) apprentices respectively under its purview. It was recently amended in 2014 to amend various sections of the Act.

This book is published with the purpose to provide the latest updated regarding Apprentice Law and this book shall be beneficial for the Bar and Bench and all those concerned with labour laws including Employers, Employees, Trade Unions, Industrial Tribunals, Labor Court and Labour Law Practitioners.