Post Graduate Diploma in Labour Laws, Labour Welfare and Personnel Management (D.L.L.)
A Candidate who after having taken in any one of the following examinations of the University or of any other University recognised for the purpose by the syndicate viz. (i) the examination of Bachelor of Laws (LL.B.) (P) or (ii) M.A. Examination in Sociology/Economics/Social-Works/psychology/public Administration with 48% Marks in the aggregate and with a paper relating to labour Law as part of their Examination of (iii) M.Com. examination in Economic Administration/Financial Management/Business Administration or MBA Examination with at-least 48% marks the aggregate and with a paper relating to labour Law as part of M.A., M.Com or M.B.A. Course shall be eligible to appear in the examination for the Post Graduate Diploma Course in Labour Laws, Labour Welfare and Personnel Management
Notes: (i) A candidate holding the LL.B. (Academic) Degree shall not be eligible for the course. (ii) For Determining 48% Marks in the aggregate at the M.A./M.B.A. examination referred to above, the total marks obtained at both the previous and Final examination or at all semesters examination as the case may be will be taken into account.
Scheme of Examination+
Rule 21 B – For the diploma course in Labour Law, Labour welfare and personnel management, the candidate must obtain for a pass at least 40% marks in individual papers and 48% in the total aggregate of the successful candidates. Those securing 60% or more marks in the aggregate shall by placed in the first division and rest in the second division. Each paper shall be of three hours duration and carry 100 marks. A Candidate May offer dissertation in
lieu of a paper the dissertation shall be of 100 marks.
The dissertation shall be submitted so as to reach the registrar not later than 30 days after the examination of the Diploma is over.
DLL Papers :
- Paper I Industrial Relation and the Law.
- Paper-II Labour welfare legislation Industrial Sociology and Labour welfare Concept and Philosophy of Labour Welfare
- Paper III Wages and Social Security Legislation
- Paper IV Personal Management and Industrial Psychology
- Paper V Labour Jurisprudence and the I.L.O.
- Paper VI Labour Economics and Labour Statistics and organized and Unorganized Labour Organisations