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Labour Movement in India: (In 2 Volumes)

Usha Sharma (Editor)
Synopsis A Retrospective study of the labour movement has come to be recognized as a necessary and even vital part of Research in human relations. It has always played a major social role; it is always played a major social role; it is a nation’s backbone. It is a force which has to be reckoned with both by employers and the State. Throughout the globe, the rise of labour movements has generally followed in the wake of speedy and large scale industrialization and India has been no exception to this rule. The present attempt-labour Movement in India- which encompasses multi-dimensional literature e.g. writings, documents, etc. will meet a long- left need of the academic community and the alike.
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About the author

Usha Sharma

Dr. Usha Sharma a well-known academic and research scientist, has published several research papers in science and research journals in India and abroad. Dr. Sharma believes that science and spirituality do not conflict with each other. Scientific-spiritual perception of human reality can provide insights and help resolve various nagging conflicts. Besides being a scientist, Dr. Usha Sharma is also a social activist and a freelance journalist. Human rights, women's rights and criminal tendencies among the educated classes are some of her major concerns. She hopes that man is on his way to develop a world culture based upon the best that has been thought and achieved through time anywhere. For developing such a world culture, she is willing to strive along with others.

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Title Labour Movement in India: (In 2 Volumes)
Author Usha Sharma
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2006
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8189526839
length x+350p.; xii+490p., References; 23cm
Subjects History