Trade Union Coordination Centre

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Trade Union Coordination Centre (TUCC) is one of the twelve centrally recognised Central Trade Union Organization in India under the Ministry of Labor and Employment, Govt. of India. According to provisional statistics from the Ministry of Labor & Employment, Govt. of India, TUCC had a membership of more than 1.6 million in 2011.[citation needed]

The TUCC is the trade union wing of All India Forward Bloc,[1] the party founded by Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose. Com.Rajat Sengupta died on 30 March 2016. Subsequently, the Central Committee of TUCC met at Netaji Bhavan, the Central Office of TUCC, New Delhi in June and elected Com. Probir Banerjee (West Bengal) as new President of TUCC.[citation needed] The General Secretary is S P Tiwari.[2][3]


  1. ^ Mehra, Ajay K. Party System in India. Lancer Publishers LLC. ISBN 9781935501671. 
  2. ^ "Unions to raise min wage with Finance Minister in pre-budget consultations". Indian Express. 
  3. ^ "Trade union body supports demonetization". The Sentinel. 

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