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pushpahcl Started The Discussion:

Dear Friends,

I prepared for UGC NET for Labour Welfare/Personnel Management/Industrial Relations/ Labour and Social Welfare/Human Resource Management. I here with sharing you all the study material which i was having. Kindly give your inputs for the same , it may be useful for others and ofcourse for me too.

Looking for your valuable Inputs


Good Wishes
Pushpa
HCL


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mudapally - Member Since: Jun 2008
hi all, can any one give me the list of only labour laws which are used in every organization.....plz

shilpagowwda - Member Since: Aug 2008
Dear Pushpa,

thnx alot for ur valuable input. Even i wrote NET exam this june...i couldnt do well bcos of lack of study materials..i hope this will help me for my next attempt. If u have few more materials pls share it. my mail id is


Regards
Shilpa

archana sapre - Member Since: Jul 2010
Dear Pushpa,
I will be having a restart of my career in Labour laws as I have completed my postgraduation in commerce long back in 1993,
I was in search on material for Labour Laws , as I will be interested in giving my NET/SET after attempting for master's degreein law. Your study material will help me to get my confidence in memorising things ,and there after too. I never thought of such a guidance in my whole life. If U do have any extra information for study material or if u can guide me regards studying labour law in easy way please do help me.
Good job, Pushpa hope to hear from you.
Regards.......
Mrs.Sapre

Neeru Choudhary - Member Since: Sep 2007
Dear Pushpa, It was very nice on your part to share the material on labour law, thanks n good wishes for your result... ;o)) Neeru.

seth vivek - Member Since: Oct 2007
dear pushpa thanks for sharing informative data for those interesting in appearing in NET SET exam. do keep posting such informative data regards vivek seth

kusuma66 - Member Since: Mar 2008
Dear Pushpa,

Please help me out .

I have completed my MBA HR and in UGC i have apted for code 17 and what made difficult is that subjects were different from what i have studied and what are in UGC.

Please let me know weather i should apt for code 17 or code 55.

Please suggest....

Thanks and regards,
Kavitha.P

BHANUHR - Member Since: Jul 2010
Dear KAVITA

Why did you opt for code 17? You have to through the whole thing u did in MBA. If you have specialized in HR then you should opt for code 55...things will seem familiar:)

All the best!

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Regards
Bhanusmita

BHANUHR - Member Since: Jul 2010
And thanks a lot Pushpa...even I appeared for the June Net...I will also share my study materials in a few days...keep this thread active:)

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Regards
Bhanusmita

kusuma66 - Member Since: Mar 2008
Dear Bhanu,

Regarding this i have taken suggestions from few people who have written UGC.They have suggested to apt for code 17 instead of code 55 as in code 17 there are management subjects and for code 55 people who have backgroung of MHRM can apt for this.

Can you please suggest.

Thanks and regrads,
Kavitha.P



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