ABOUT THE ORGANISERS
LawCuriae is a venture aiming to serve all the law students as well as the law aspirants by means of online platform. The main idea is to assist every law student by providing them the basic facility of learning online. At times there are students who find it difficult to understand what they are being taught in their respective law schools. We wish to provide a platform where all the subjects are taught, through videos being uploaded on YouTube by some of the best faculty, in order to help law students understand the concepts in a better way and additionally, unlike Law Schools/ Colleges, to provide not only theoretical knowledge but also a Practical Perspective to implement that theoretical knowledge. Through this venture we also strive to make sure that students will be given an opportunity to improve or develop their legal skills, such as Mooting, Debate, Paper Presentation, Article Publishing etc, without the institutional backing. In other words where there is no role of college.
ABOUT THE GUEST LECTURE
The Labour Code 2021 was enacted on 1st April, 2021 followed by the labour ministry had envisaged implementing the four codes on Industrial Relations, Wages, Social Security and Occupational Health Safety & Working Conditions. The central government proposes to reinstate 29 existing labour laws with four Codes. The objective is to abridge and modernize labour regulation. The major challenge in labour reforms is to ease employment growth while protecting workers rights. In the following webinar we will cover an Overview of Labour Code 2021 and why it is important to be aware of the New Labour Code 2021 followed by the allowances under New Wage Code, calculation of Provident Fund Contribution.
The Guest Lecture is FREE OF COST.
The webinar will be hosted on Google Meet.
Date: 19th June, 2021
Time: 4:00 pm (IST)
THE SPEAKER OF THE DAY
Prof. Bhupal Bhattacharya, Lecturer at Law College Durgapur, 2 year LL.M (Business Law), LL.B with First Rank in College (2nd in University) (Law of Contracts, Hindu Law, Direct Tax, Company Law), 5 years B.A., LL.B. ( Hons.) (Law of Contracts, Hindu Law, Direct Tax, Company Law, Consumer Protection Act, 1986), Graduation in Commerce (Hons.) (Accountancy), Diploma in Computer Application.
- Link to the registration form:
- Participation Certificates will be awarded to the attendees. (Soft copies)
- This Guest Lecture is not only for Law Students, but all those who are interested in understanding the newly formed Labour Codes.
- FIRST 100 PARTICIPANTS WILL BE ACCEPTED IN GOOGLE MEETS, REST PARTICIPANTS WOULD BE PROVIDED LINK TO YOUTUBE & SUCH OTHER PLATFORMS.