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Maximum working hours per day as per indian labour law

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Shweta Swarnkar - Contributing Member
Dear Friends he want to ask, what is Maximum working hours per day as per indian labour law?

Kumar H P - Contributing Member
As per the Factories Act -1948, Maximum working hours per day is

8 hrs + 2 hrs Overtime = 10 hours & 48 hrs in a week.

Overtime is 2 hours/day and not exceeding 12 hours/week and 50 hours in a quarter.

Truly Yours,

shreeramjoshi2007 - Contributing Member
Hi Maximum working hours as per Law is 8 Hrs. If company is registered under shop act then it may change because there are certain relaxation to companies registered under shop act. regards SJ

leena_nivi - 
Hi If a company is registered under shops & establishment act, then what could be the maximum working hours???? Leena

Shweta Swarnkar - Contributing Member
Under what conditions should a company be registered under shop and factory establishments. Regards, Shweta Swarnkar

Garima.R.Mittal - Contributing Member
Hi Everyone Maximum working hours can be 9 hrs including the lunch time (If the organization is 5 days working) Regards Garima

Syed Shahzad Ali - Contributing Member
Dear according to shop & establishment act there is maximum nine hours in a day and 48 hours in week. Regards xpert

ramesh66 - 
log on to for working hours for workmen in Labour Laws section.

saladikrishna - Contributing Member
hi as per The Factories Act 1948 maximum working hours per day is 9 hrs (including rest intervals) and maximum 48 hours per a week regards krishna saladi +91 98481 04265

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