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International Journal of Management and Development Studies
Year : 2015, Volume : 4, Issue : 4
First page : ( 412) Last page : ( 419)
Print ISSN : 2321-1423. Online ISSN : 2320-0685.

Growth of Industrial Relations in India: A Critical Analysis

Jadhav Hemlata. R.1,*, Uliveppa H. H.2

1Research Scholar, Dept. of Economics, Karnatak University, Dharwad

2Professor Dept. of Economics, Karnatak University, Dharwad

*Corresponding author: Hemlata. R. Jadhav can be contacted at: jadhavh1977@yahoo.com

Online published on 11 June, 2019.


Growth of Industrial Relations plays an important role. If relations between employers and employees are good in Industry then growth can be achieved. The present paper focuses on Growth of Industrial Relations in India where, it is based on Secondary data where, post-reform period (1992–2012) has been undertaken. The Statistical tools used for the study are Average, Compound Annual Growth Rate and Percentages. The paper tries to examine critically the Growth of trade unions in India, growth of industrial sector in India, number of disputes taken place, cause for disputes and disputes by duration, number of permanent closures and workers affected in India. Where, the number of trade union membership is declining where Stable and strong trade union is essential for good industrial relations in India. Number of disputes are showing oscillating trend. Industrial growth is achieved only in few states in India, and Number of Industrial Disputes and workers involved is on the rise which needs immediate attention. Hence, Government should play an important role by formulating various policies for the betterment of employees and employers. If Growth is to be achieved in the country then Industrial Relations has to play an important role which needs immediate attention.



Employees, Employers, Industrial Disputes and Trade unions.


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