National Commission on Labour

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National Commission on Labour is an Indian statutory body to recommend the changes in the labour laws.

History[edit]

The first National Commission on Labour was set up on 24 December 1966 under the Chairmanship of Justice P. B. Gajendragadkar.[1] The Commission submitted its report in August , 1969 after detailed examination of all aspects of labour problems, both in the organised and unorganised sectors.[2][3]

The second National Commission on Labour (NCL) was set up on 15 October 1999[4] under the chairmanship of Ravindra Varma which submitted its report to the then Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee on 29 June 2002.[5]

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