Legal Conclave on Recent Amendment in Labour Law: July 17, 2021.

Legal Conclave on Recent Amendment in Labour Law: July 17, 2021.


Alliance University is a Private University established in Karnataka by the State Act No.34 of year 2010. The University is recognized by the University Grants Commission (UGC), New Delhi. Alliance University with a vibrant and picturesque campus in Bengaluru, offers more than 20 undergraduate and postgraduate majors to students of diverse backgrounds. Alliance Education, defined by excellence in the areas of Business Administration; Engineering; Legal studies and guided by the core values of the University, has shaped the lives of over 20,000 very successful alumni across the globe.


Alliance School of Law, Alliance University, Bengaluru is organizing a legal conclave titled¬†“Recent Amendments in Labour Laws”¬†on Saturday, July 17, 2021. The primary objective is to address the herculean task of simplifying Labour Laws and ease of doing business in India at a time when the Government of India is all set to amalgamate its infamous & labyrinthine Labour Laws into four distinct new Labour Codes. The conclave aims at discussions and deliberations on the issues and challenges faced relating to these codes.

The conclave is facilitated by the Office of Career Advancement and Networking.


India has been trying to reform the existing Labour laws and simplify these laws in the form of four codes namely

  1. The Code on Wages, 2019.
  2. The Industrial Relations Code, 2020.
  3. The Occupational Safety, Health and Working Conditions Code, 2020.
  4. The Code on Social Security, 2020.

The proposed date of implementation of the new legislations was April 1, 2021, but none of these codes have been implemented till date. Implementation of these four Labour codes are faced with challenges such as constitutional provisions relating to labour legislations, consensus from the state governments and practical application of some provisions of the statutes by the state governments.

The conclave will begin with an inaugural address followed by an in-depth coverage of these four codes by renowned academicians and legal luminaries. A panel discussion on “Impact of Labour Codes 2020 on ease of doing Business” has eminent representatives from the industry and the trade union.

In addition to knowledge dissemination, the participants will receive a detailed compendium of four Labour Codes.

Registration fee: Rs.500/ per-participant

E-certificates and a compendium will be issued to the registered participants.

Registration link, click here

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