VVGiri National Labour Institute

VVGiri National Labour Institute
City Noida, Uttar Pradesh, India

Admission Notices

    V.V. Giri National Labour Institute (VVGNLI), which is an autonomous body of the Ministry of Labour & Employment, Government of India, is a premier Institute for labour research, training and education. Since its inception in 1974, the Institute has been engaged in research, training, education and publication activities to reach all those who are concerned with various aspects of labour, both in the organized and unorganized sectors.

    Keeping in view of the mandated objectives of the Institute, it is proposed to introduce a special award, V.V. Giri Memorial Award in Labour and Development, which would be presented to the author of an outstanding research work in the area of labour. The award will carry a cash prize of Rs.1 lakh and a citation. The theme for first of these awards is “Social Security Measures for Labour with special reference to India. Scholars are encouraged to apply for consideration of the award by providing details of their contribution in the identified area, along with copies of their published work. Applications/nominations may be forwarded to the Director, V.V. Giri National Labour Institute, Sector 24, Noida or can be e-mailed to [email protected] within September 2007. The Institute also welcomes nominations from persons other than the scholar, which would also explain the contribution of the expert, in a detailed manner (and preferably with copies of research works under consideration). If it is required, the applicant or the proposer may be requested to furnish more detailed information, regarding the application/nomination. The Institute and the Committee of Jury hold the right to consider any nomination other than those received through this advertisement. Further, the Committee of Jury also holds the right to consider life-time contribution of experts, if it is found appropriate.

    Leitmotif of the V.V. Giri National Labour Institute as a premier labour Institution is to secure the rightful place in an egalitarian and democratic social order for the labour force of the country, through systematic and multidimensional studies and research, policy inputs, training and dissemination of knowledge in the field of labour.

    About V. V. G. National Labour Institute

    Registered as a society under the Societies Registration Act, 1860 VVGNLI, an autonomous organisation of Union Ministry of Labour, Government of India, from its inception has endeavoured through its work to reach out to diverse groups concerned with various aspects of labour in the unorganised sector particularly the rural labour and the organised sector. The concern has been to apply academic insight into action and policy formulation.

    Aims & Objectives

    To undertake and assist in organising training and education programmes, seminars and workshops;

    To undertake aid, promote and coordinate research on its own or in collaboration with other agencies both at national and international levels. To establish wings for:

    Education, training and development Research including action research Consultancy and Publication and other such activities as may be necessary to achieve the objectives of the institute. To analyse specific problems that are encountered in the planning and implementation of labour and allied programmes and to suggest remedial measures;

    To Establish and maintain library and information services and collaborate with other institutions and agencies in India and abroad which have similar activities.

    Governing Bodies

    The General Council, the apex governing body lays down the broad parameters for the functioning of the Institute and provides the general direction for its activities. Essentially, a tripartite body, it is constituted of members representing the central and the State Governments, Trade Union Federations, Employer’s Organisations, academic bodies, as also eminent personalities in the field of labour. The Union Minister of Labour is the president of the Council and Minister of State/Dupty Minister for Labour is the Vice President. The Executive Council is constituted by the general Council to administer and manage the affairs of the institute. The Secretary, Ministry of the Labour is the Chairman of the Executive Council. The Director of the institute is the Principal Executive and is responsible for the management and administration of its affairs.

    Training Courses


    S. No. Training Courses No. of Programs Duration in days Date Course Directors

    1 Labour Administration and Labour Welfare 1 6 November 20-25, 2000 Subash C. Bajaj

    2 Effective Labour Enforcement 1 5 May 22-26, 2000 Subash C. Bajaj

    3 Industrial Relations for the State Administrators 1 5 September 4-8, 2000 S. K.Sasikumar Sanjay Upadhyay

    4 Making Conciliation Effective 1 10 July 4-13, 2000 Subash C. Bajaj 5 Induction Training for Grade V CLS Officers 1 45 September 5- October 19, 2000 Rajan Varghese Poonam S Chauhan

    6 Towards Better Labour Law Enforcement 1 27 August 3-29, 2000 Rajan Varghese Helen R. Sekar

    7 Orientation Programme on Unorganized Labour for the State Labour Administrators 1 5 August 1-5, 2000 Navin Chandra Sanjay Upadhyay

    8 Orientation Programme on Child Labour for the State Labour Administrators 1 5 January 8-12, 2001 Mahaveer Jain Poonam S Chauhan

    9 Orientation Programme for Minimum Wages Inspectors in Agriculture Sector 1 4 July 3-6, 2000 C.S.K. Singh Nikhil Raj


    S. No. Training Courses No. of Programs Duration in days Date Course Directors

    10 Domestic Enquiry : Principles and Practice for Management Personnel and Trade Union Leaders 2 5 June 19-23, 2000 December 11-15, 2000 Subash C. Bajaj Otty, Bangalore

    11 Trade Unionism and Industrial Relations : The Emerging Scenario 1 5 September 19-23, 2000 S. K. Sasikumar

    12 Executive Development Programme On Labour Administration 1 5 January 15-19, 2001 Subash C. Bajaj

    Trade Union Leaders Programmes (TUP)

    S. No. Training Courses No. of Programs Duration in days Date Course Directors

    13 Leadership Development Programme for Trade Union Leaders 4 8 May 9-16, 2000 July 24-31, 2000 November 16-23, 2000 February 6-13, 2001 Csk Singh Rajan Varghese S.K. Sasikumar S. C. Bajaj

    14 Labour Law for Trade Union Leaders 1 5 March 5-9, 2001 Subash C. Bajaj Sanjay Upadhyay

    15 Trade Union Programme for Small Scale Sector 1 5 February 12-16, 2001 Navin Chandra S.K.Sasikumar

    16 Leadership Development Programme for Rural Trade Union Leaders Organisers 5 8 April 18-25, 2000 May 23-30, 2000 June 7-14, 2000 September 12-19, 2000 March 7-14, 2001 M.M.Rehman & T.K.Pachal Poonam S. Chauhan Sanjay Upadhyay Babu P. Remesh

    17 Leadership Development Programme for Rural Women Labour Leaders/ Organisers 2 6 July 10-15, 2000 October 1-6, 2000 Poonam S Chauhan & Neetha N. Helen R. Sekar & T. K. Pachal

    18 Orientation Programme for Empowering Rural Labour Representatives of Panchayati Raj 2 5 April 4-8, 2000 February 5-9, 2000 Mahaveer Jain Helen R. Sekar

    Child Labour Programmes (CLP)

    S. No. Training Courses No. of Programs Duration in days Date Course Directors

    19 Orientation Training Programme on Child Labour for the Coordinators of NYK 1 5 April 24-28, 2000 Mahaveer Jain Nikhil Raj

    20 Orientation Training Programme on Child Labour for the Coordinators of NSS 1 5 May 2-6, 2000 Mahaveer Jain Ruma Ghosh

    21 Orientation Workshop on Child Labour for National Level Trade Union Leaders 1 4 November 13-17, 2000 Mahaveer Jain 22 Orientation Workshop on Child Labour for State Level Trade Union Leaders 1 5 June 20-24, 2000 Mahaveer Jain M.M. Rehman

    23 Orientation Programme for Volunatary Organisations on Child Labour 1 5 July 17-21, 2000 Ruma Ghosh

    24 Orientation Workshop on Child Labour for Elected Representatives of the Panchayats. 1 5 August 28 - September 1, 2000 Mahaveer Jain Hele R. Sekar

    25 Orientation Programme on Child Labour for Members of Teacher Association 1 4 September 26-29, 2000 Mahaveer Jain Nikhil Raj

    North Eastern Training Programmes

    S. No. Training Courses No. of Programs Duration in days Date Course Directors

    26 Leadership Development Programme for Rural Organisers from North Eastern States 5 8 July 19-28, 2000 September 18-25, 2000 October 11-18, 2000 December 6-13, 2000 January 10-17, 2001 C.S.K. Singh Mahaveer Jain M.M. Rehman Poonam S. Chauhan S. Upadhyay Ruma Ghosh Neetha N.

    27 Leadership development Programme for Trade Union Leaders 2 5 August 7-11, 2000 February 20-24, 2001 S. K. Sasikumar Nikhil Raj C.S.K. Singh

    28 Labour Administration 2 6 November 2-7, 2000 February 26-March 2, 2001 Rajan Varghese S.C. Bajaj

    29 Orientation for Voluntary Organisations on Child Labour 1 3 November 13-15, 2000 Helen R. Sekar Ruma Ghosh

    Collaboration Programmes

    S. No. Training Courses No. of Programs Duration in days Date Course Directors

    30 Programme on Labour Law Enforcement 5 5 September 11-15, 2000 October 16-20, 2000 November 13-17, 2000 December 4-8, 2000 February 5-9, 2001 Mahaveer Jain S.C. Bajaj Rajan Varghese

    31 Changing Employment Relations and Labour Administration Training Programmes for the Labour Department Officials of the Karnataka State 1 3 April 17-19, 2000 S. K. Sasikumar

    Research Methods Programmes (RMP)

    S. No. Training Courses No. of Programs Duration in days Date Course Directors

    32 Course on Methods in Labour Research 1 21 November 1-21, 2000 S.K. Sasikumar Babu P. Remesh

    Education & Training

    Education and Training Programmes of the Institute may be viewed as potential vehicles of structural change in labour relations. This is usually help to generate more positive attitude for promoting harmonious industrial relations. In the rural area, the programmes attempt to develop leadership at the grassroots level which in turn build and support independent organisations to look after the interest of the rural labour. Data generated in research activities and constant feedback from the participants of various programmes are used for updating the training curricula as well as redesigning training modules. PROGRAMMES


    Labour Administration Programmes for various groups of labour administrators from the central and state spheres;

    Industrial Relations Programmes for the personnel concerned in the government, public and private sector industry and trade union leaders;

    Leadership Development Programmes for industrial trade union leaders and rural trade Union organisers;

    Orientation and Awareness generation Programmes on Child Labour for Labour Administrators, members of the judiciary, trade union leaders, media persons, NGOs. elected representatives of panchayats and local self government bodies, police officers, bureaucrats( B.D.O.) and social scientists.

    Programmes in association with State Labour Institutes;

    Research Methods in Labour Economics;

    Methods in Labour Law Research.

    Training Wing

    The Training wing created in 1998 is responsible for catering to the training needs of diverse groups/partners and is working on the modalities for establishing networks with State level Institutions and Government departments so as to facilitate the process of decentralising training programmes more and more to the State level.

    SECTOR - 24, POST BOX - 68,
    Uttar Pradesh
    Phone No :-91-118-4535168, 91-118-4535171
    Fax No :-91-118-4535183

    [email protected]gnli.org

    VVGiri National Labour Institute offers various graduate courses as well as Post Graduate courses.

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      Generations of past students, both male and female, are proud to be known and enjoy maintaining their connection with the college and each other. Please write to [email protected] with link of existing almuni group, or request for creation of group.