2 edition of Gandhian technique and tradition in industrial relations. found in the catalog.
Gandhian technique and tradition in industrial relations.
Rabindra Nath Bose
1956 by Research Division, All-India Institute of Social Welfare and Business Management in [Calcutta] .
Written in English
|LC Classifications||HD6961 .B66|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||228|
|LC Control Number||58040381|
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and how Gandhian technique was woven into industrial rela tions law in Bombay and later into the "new labour policy" of the Government of India when Gulzarilal Nanda was the Union Minister for Labour and Employment. The perennial validity of peaceful and conciliatory approach of Gandhi to industrial relations has been highlighted.
THE CONCEPT. Based on a summary by Khandubhai Desai in Bose, Gandhian Technique and Tradition, p. Quoted in Gandhi, Economic and Industrial Life and Relations, p.
lxxxviii. The three popular approaches to industrial relations are the unitary approach, pluralistic approach and marxist approach. These approaches to industrial relations at a primary level are analytical categorizations and not theories having predictive values.
Some of the important approaches to industrial relations are: 1. Unitary Approach 2. A harmony between tradition and modernity must be preserved for civilization to make progress.
Both are complementary to progress. The one without the other will make the progress one sided and misdirected. Social change must be then guided by both tradition and modernity. In his own way, Gandhi tried to harmonize tradition and modernity. The Gandhian tradition prescribes relationships which are established on the grounds of ahimsa and works against existing or proposed relationships that alienate, oppose or conflict.
Nonetheless reform is sought, not the preservation of iniquities, a subject I will return to in the discussion of operational questions. The purpose of this chapter is to develop from what Gandhi wrote and spoke, a framework of Industrial Relations system which could be regarded as Gandhian and to outline the prospects that the future holds out for the adoption of Gandhan model of industrial relations and trade unionism in the land of Mahatma Gandhi.
Gandhian Approach to Industrial Relations: Gandhiji’s views on industrial relations are based on his fundamental principles of truth and non-violence, and non-possession or aparigraha. Out of these principles evolved, the concepts of non-cooperation and trusteeship on which his philosophy of industrial relations rests.
Satyagraha: The Gandhian Philosophy of Conflict Management ability to resolve peacefully potentially violent conflicts in the area of industrial relations. The article meets the need to Author: Devi Akella. • The Marxist approach views the power relationship between the two classes, namely, the employer (capital) and the employee (labour), as the crux of the industrial relations.
• However, the weakness of this theory is that it is narrow in approach as it views industrial relations as a product or outcome of the industrial conflict. Principles of Trusteeship. Gandhian Principles of Trusteeship are discussed in following main points: Reduce Inequalities: This concept tries to reduce inequalities.
It tries to reduce the gap between the rich and poor. It tries to reduce exploitation. Change of Attitude of Businessmen: According to Mahatma Gandhi. Management of Industrial Relations.
This note explains the following topics: Industrial Relations Perspectives, IR in the Emerging Socio-Economic Scenario, Industrial Relations and the State - Legal Framework, Trade Unions - Role and future, Discipline and Grievance Management, Negotiation and Collective Settlement, Participative Management, Employee Empowerment, Quality Management, Industrial.
issues of industrial relations is of perennial nature and, thus, there can never be a "solution for all times to come." There can only be broad norm and guidelines ad criteria in dealing with issues of industrial relations.
Industrial Relations does not have a shape of its own. It does not have a fixed level like water. ADVERTISEMENTS: Some of the major approaches to employer-employee relations are as follows: 1. Psychological Approach 2. Sociological Approach 3. Human Relations Approach 4.
Giri Approach 5. Gandhian Approach. Psychological Approach: According to psychologists, differences in the perceptions of employers and workers give rise to problems of employer-employee relations.
Gandhi Disowned: Bibliography: The Book: The Present Book Is A Collection Of Articles That Were Presented At Various National And International Fora By The Eminent Gandhian Scholar For The Last Fifty Years.
Professor Mathur Has Critically Analysed Various Aspects Of Gandhiji's Thought And Techniques Of Social Change. M.A. Gandhian Studies or Master of Arts in Gandhian Studies is a postgraduate social work concerns with the field of arts and covers the studies primarily concentrated on research in different aspects of Gandhi's life, work and thought.
A great many of these books and articles (Gandhi Marg, a journal of Gandhian thought, published quarterly sincethen monthly from toand now again quarterly, being the chief concentrated source) cover and re-cover already familiar ground, are occasionally sycophantic or offer shallow analyses of Gandhi's thought or techniques.
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Gandhian social philosophy who are also familiar with the conflict resolution literature - given its Gandhian 'flavour'.
It would seem to be a reasonable assump- tion that Gandhi's well-publicized examples of nonviolent resistance and the voluminous writings on his techniques at least set the tone for the later development and phenomenalCited by: ADVERTISEMENTS: This article provides information about the Gandhian perspective on development is it still relevant: Development and progress as goals are based upon an ideal world of buttons as solutions wherein increasingly impressive and complex tasks are accomplished by the push of a button or the switch of a lever.
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The Gandhian tradition, in particular, includes the willingness to face death in order to achieve the intention and experience of pure nonviolence.
“Just as one must learn the art of killing in the training for violence, so one must learn the art. In riots racked the western Indian city of Ahmedabad, continuing for a period of almost half a year, form February through July, leaving some people dead, thousands injured, tens of thousands homeless, and a loss of property and trade estimated at Rs 2, crores (US$ thousand million) (India Today, 13 Augustpp.
60 and ), in ‘the most Cited by: Edited by: Prof. Blanpain (University of Leuven, Belgium) The International Encyclopaedia for Labour Law and Industrial Relations is designed to provide information to the international business and labour relations communities; to facilitate comparative research in the field; and to contribute to the growing harmonization of labour law and standards : Catrin Ver Loren Van Themaat.
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About this Item: Gyan Publishing House, Contents Preface 1 Gandhian religion Aims and Objectives 2 Society and religion Gandhian Cohesion 3 Education and Religion Gandhian Breakthroughs 4 Aesthetics and Religion Gandhian Efflorescence 5 The Mystic World of Religion Gandhian Beyondings 6 Nationalism and Religion Gandhian Guidelines 7 Non-Violence and religion Gandhian.
Human Resource Management. employees, including expatriates, was consulted while designing the international performance standards and evaluation techniques. HR practices HRIS human resource accounting Human Resource Management identify improve incentive schemes India individual industrial relations Infosys instance internal interview 5/5(10).
Theories of Industrial Relations. Industrial Relations Theories of Industrial Relations. Several systematic attempts have been made by industrialists, sociologists and industrial relation theorists to develop the theoretical perspectives to analyze industrial relations and trade unionism.
Theories of Industrial Relations1/5(1). Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi was born in Gujarat, India. Known for leading India to its eventual freedom and inspiring movements across the world, Gandhi became India’s ‘Father of the Nation’. His non-violent and non-cooperative civil disobedience provided a.
Digging up the past: Historical methods in industrial relations research. In Whitfield, K. & Strauss, G. (eds.), Researching the world of work: Strategies and methods in studying industrial relations (pp.
Ithaca, NY: Cornell University : Phyllis Tharenou, Ross Donohue, Brian Cooper. The remaining chapters are devoted to industrial relations, other industries (silk, man-made fibres, wool and textile machinery), supporting organizations, and current problems and.
Mahatma Gandhi, Years Hardcover – June 1, by Indian Council for Cultural Relations (Author), B. Nanda (Editor) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" Author: Indian Council for Cultural Relations. For the government agency in Nebraska see Court of Industrial Relations (Nebraska). The Commission on Industrial Relations (also known as the Walsh Commission) was a commission created by the U.S.
Congress on Aug to scrutinize US labor commission studied work conditions throughout the industrial United States between and. chapter 1. Tradition of Nonviolence and its Underlying Forces from the book GANDHI - His Relevance For Our Times: A study of how Gandhi's life, work and ideas are relevant for the daily evolving applications, new challenges and situations.He supported western and eastern both cultures and tradition.
So in this way this thinking off course effect in every states also. Because India is an huge country so there live different cultures different traditions and different religions also.
So, Gandhian this .Jeet has been awarded with ‘Gandhian Eco-Philosophy Fellowship’ by the Department of Environment, Government of Madhya Pradesh and Sahapedia-UNESCO fellowship by Sahapdedia, Delhi.
With his keen interest in cultural documentation, he has co-authored a book ‘Lok Nanda’, describing and analyzing cultural and traditional ecological.