Manager - HR (Recruitment)
Is it mandatory to pay stipend to a candidate who wants to do training with an organization whish is registered under shop & establishment act of Delhi Govt.
Candidate is currently pursuing hi MBA and wants to do 4 months internship training in our organization.

From India, Delhi
To my knowledge, there is no law governing student internships in managerial skills.However, the Apprentices Act deals with appointment of apprentices in accordance with the procedure laid down therein for being trained in technical trades and they may include graduate apprentices also like engineering graduates.
So far as student internships for MBA students are concerned, it all depends up on the nature of internship.If it is summer internship as part of academic curriculam, some companies pay stipend and some may not.
If the internship is post academic i.e after completion of their graduation, it is advisable to pay some stipend to attract good talent as the students are serious about learning the skills and can add value to their work.
Secondly, the company also stands the chance of retaining a bright and talented intern for a permanent role which saves the company's recruitment costs.
Thirdly, the intern will develop a favorable disposition to continue in the company.
Fourthly. it motivates the interns to work hard for their skills.
Fifthly it helps the interns to fund some short term programmes on their domain related skills.
Sixthly it helps employer branding.
HR & Labour Relations Adviser
Navi Mumbai

From India, Mumbai

Insolvency n GST Professional
Internship can be a strategic tool for recruiting quality freshers with potential to grow.
Successful internship programs can expand/widen candidate reach and help to compete for top talent—ultimately improving recruitment results and strengthening the team with fresh blood and talent.
All good companies will pay stipend during internship but no such law to my knowledge.

From India, Pune
Dear Nathrao I can’t agree more.Yes it is a potential source of tapping talent and grooming it. B.Saikumar HR & Labour Relations Adviser Navi Mumbai
From India, Mumbai
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