What is the retirement age for the contract labours in Engineering college
From India, Pune

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Under Clause 25 2 (V) (b) of the Contract Labour Act Central Rules, the Deputy Chief Labour Commissioner is empowered to issue the standard terms and conditions of service of contract labour. It has a clause on retirement age (58 years). Similarly, for the States, there are such rules and provision thereof. So you can look for that provision in the concerned state rules. Tried to download the Maharashtra Rules but it is not available online.
From India, Mumbai
The retirement age of a worker is Rs. 58 years as per the Standing Order Act. Hence you can consider it as 58 years.
From India, Chennai
I respect our learned members replies, Where is the question of permanency in the case of contract labour. The term contract labour itself temporary in nature and to be accordance with Contract labour act. If you fails to comply the provisions of this act, it is deemed to be construed that such labourers working for a long time in an establishment as permanent. When the contract labour attain the role of permanent workmen all the clauses of standing orders act is applicable and his retirement age is 58 years or 60 years as promulgated in some of the states.
From India, New Delhi
As per The Industrial Employment [Standing Orders] Act, the age of retirement is 60 years or as my be decided by virtue of an agreement signed by and between the employer and the employee, that is the appointment order. Therefore, if the appointment order says that age of retirement as 58, it will be 58. If the terms and conditions of appointment are silent on the age of retirement, it will be 60.
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