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Labour Laws
Labour Laws - Labour law (also known as labor law or employment law) mediates the relationship between workers, employing entities, trade unions and the government. Collective labour law relates to the tripartite relationship between employee, employer and union. Individual labour law concerns employees' rights at work and through the contract for work. Employment standards are social norms (in some cases also technical standards) for the minimum socially acceptable conditions under which employees or contractors are allowed to work. Learn more:

LMIS - Labour Market Information System is a merged set of institutional arrangements, procedures, mechanisms and data systems designed to produce labour market information as per global standards and best practices. The system helps to collect statistical (quantitative) and non-statistical (qualitative) information regarding labour market actors and their environment and generate key analysis and reports which can be used for various policy interventions by different government stakeholders, as well as by the industry at large. The Labour Market Information System provides quantitative and qualitative information and intelligence on the labour market that can aid labour market agents in making informed plans, choices, and decisions related to their business requirements, career planning, education and training offerings, job search, recruitment, labour policies and workforce investment strategies.

LSC - Logistic Skills Council involves all activities related to movement of goods from the Manufacturer to the End consumer through a chain of channel partners. The logistics sector is going to be a key player for building a new India in both terms of productivity and employment. Service delivery will develop only when we have skill qualified personnel which is the mandate of LSC .The logistics sector employs about 21.24 million people. This includes those employed in passenger roadways segment, road freight and the passenger railways, freight forwarding, warehousing, packaging and other services.The LSC has 40 Qualification Packs under development which will address the skill need in 11 sub-sectors. Learn More:

LSSC - The Leather Sector Skill Council (LSSC) is a non-profit organisation dedicated to meet the demand for skilled workforce in the leather industry in India. LSSC was set up in 2012 as one of the key sector skill councils approved by National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC). LSSC cater to the training and employment needs of various sub-sectors in the leather industry such as Finished Leather, Footwear, Garments, Leather Goods, Accessories, Saddlery and Harness sectors. They work with a host of members from the industry, government organizations, the academia, the training partners and the assessment partners.

LSSSDC - Life Sciences Sector Skill Development is a non profit organisation, established under the Societies Act, 1860. As a National level organization, in association with various stakeholders groups, it will assist to address the skill shortfalls in the Life Sciences Sector in India. Under the mandate of Govt. of India, Life Sciences Sector Skill Council is working towards achieving the Skilled India vision for Life Sciences Sector which include, Pharmaceutical, Bio-pharmaceuticals and Contract Research Sector.There are close to 8.41 lacs (Eight Lakh Forty One Thousand) workforce employed with Life Sciences Sector in India who are working in various occupations in Life Sciences Industry with skill set obtained through on the job learning or by undergoing organizational training programs. This currently employed workforce can be recognized and certified for their respective skills under the “RPL Program” of Life Sciences Sector Skill Development Council.

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