Dear Friends, I am sharing herewith a presentation about the impact of Industrial Dispute(Amendment)Act,2010. Regards, Vikram Singh 9810102421
From India, Delhi

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File Type: ppt Impact of Amendment in ID act 1947.ppt2.ppt (140.5 KB, 1614 views)

Dear Vikash, Thanks for your valuable input and amendments are not implemented by state or by employer. We wait till something happen and then take action. Your PPT is highly informative.
From India, Bhubaneswar
Dear Vikram
In your Presentation it is mention as 3 months for any disputes to be refered to labour court but as per my knowledge it is 45 days
but nice presemtation , covering all the six ammendments in the Act
Prashant Mhatre

From India, Mumbai
Dear Parshant, You are right its 45 days but i have read 3 months in an attachment posted on this site. I am posting that attatchment. regards, Vikram
From India, Delhi

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File Type: pdf ID Act amondment 2010 pdf.pdf (47.1 KB, 380 views)

Dear Parshant, I am posting one more copy of notification issued by Ministry of labour which says that period is 3 months. regards, Vikram Singh
From India, Delhi

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File Type: pdf idact1947_aa2010.pdf (21.8 KB, 351 views)

Dear Prashant,

Vikram is right, the time for referral of dispute to labour court is three months, not 45 days.

Probably, you might have some confusion about the proceeding by the Grievance Redressal Committee, which of course is 45 days for completion of its proceedings as per the amended Section 9C (6) of the Act, or for referring the dispute to the labour court after the disposal of the case by the Grievance Redressal Committee (both work out about 45 days).

Naturally, the 3 months for referral of dispute to the labour court covers the period of 45 days for the completion of the proceedings of the Grievance Redressal Committee and one month for disposal of appeal thereafter to the employer against the decision of Grievance Redressal Committee.

From India, Delhi

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