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“PROTECTION OFRIGHTS OF THE WOMEN WORKERS UNDER LABOUR WELFARE LEGISLA TIONS IN INDIA”

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The concept of industrial jurisprudence in India developed only after independence, though the Government of British India did something in the interest of labourers. Social Security measures have been taken basing on ideals of human dignity and social justice. Social security means and includes the schemes and measures adopted by the State to furnish safety, relief and protection against sickness, maternity, disablement and working hours in industrial establishments.
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