Master of Arts (MA) Labour Studies - Dr Harisingh Gour Vishwavidyalaya (DHGV),Sagar

  • Years 2 Years
  • Type Course Post Graduate
  • stream Arts
  • Delivery Mode

What is M.A. in Labour Studies?


A master's degree in labour studies is a two-year professional programme that focuses on current concerns in labour welfare and management. It’s an advanced course that aims to address the expanding complexities of modern industrial work by giving practical training, particularly in the areas of labour welfare, personnel management, and industrial relations.

The course covers a wide range of topics that will assist students in effectively handling and managing H.R. Development, Internal Relations, and Labor Welfare. The Master of Labor Studies programme focuses on Industrial-Organizational Behaviour and Labor Welfare, Personnel Management. The course includes assignments at government agencies and institutions such as the Labour Welfare Board, Labour Court, and the Civic Administration.

 The in-course mandatory placements provided to students in Part I and Part II, also known as concurrent placement and block placement, let students participate in management projects at the firm where they are interning, providing them with the opportunity to work on the project alongside management. Master of Labor Studies students have a lot of practical experience with labour legislation. A Master of Labour Studies student becomes highly effective in dealing with labour law difficulties and regulatory compliances in the long term. Recruiters value students who have this kind of knowledge. When it comes to compensation, A Master of Labor Studies degree enhances one's talents, and individuals are more likely to receive a competitive pay package in both large and small businesses.

 

Eligibility Criteria for M.A. in Labour Studies


Graduates from any stream must have a minimum of 50 % marks for applying to the Master of Labour Studies programme. A student must provide an eligibility certificate for some universities.

 

Benefits of M.A. in Labour Studies


  • Students who complete the Master of Labor Studies programme may work in a variety of government and non-governmental agencies that deal with labour issues and welfare. Some of the potential employment sectors for postgraduates in this field include:
  • Employment Law Firms and the Ministry of Labour
  • Ministry of Small / Micro or Medium Enterprises Planning Commission Research/Educational Institutions Corporate Sector Institute of Applied Manpower Research
  • Departments at the University
  • Non-Governmental Organizations (N.G.O.s) at the national and international levels

Future Scope of M.A. in Labour Studies


Litigation (either independently or as a junior/assistant to a senior lawyer), Labour Law Officer at Private and Public Sector Banks, Labour Law Firms, Legal Journalism, L.P.O.s (Legal Process Outsourcing), Human Rights activists, N.G.O.s, In-house Counsel at Companies, Civil Services, Not-for-profit sector, Judicial Service are all options for a recent postgraduate with a labour science background.Candidates who are searching for a different career path might choose to teach since numerous Indian institutions provide teaching opportunities to deserving graduates.

 

Career and Job Opportunities of M.A. in Labour Studies


Master of Labour Studies degree holders may expect to pay between INR 12000 and INR 15000 in fees. Students who complete the course successfully are likely to work as a Labor Welfare Officer, a Labour Relations Manager, an Industrial Relations Specialist, or a Legal Analyst. The typical yearly compensation will range from INR 3-15 Lacs, based on the individual's skill set, calibre, and experience.

 

Bajaj Industries, Mahindra & Mahindra, Reliance Energy, Bajaj Steel Industries, Raymond, Dinshaw's Dairy Food, Premier Irrigation B.P.Ergo, Transrail Lighting, Wardha, Uttam Galva Sakal Media Group, Diffusion Engineering, W.C.L., Bajaj Industries Topworth Urja and Metals Ltd., are among the top employers of Master of Labour Studies graduates.

 

Candidates who choose to pursue higher education after completing the M.L.S. programme might pursue an M.Phil. or PhD in Human Development and work in educational institutions. For such candidates, civil service is once again one of the most sought after choices.

  • Labour Welfare Officer earns an annual salary of INR 3.5 Lacs – INR 5 Lacs.
  • The annual remuneration of the Labour Relations Manager is INR 3 Lacs – INR 15 Lacs
  • Industrial Relations Specialist is annually paid INR 6 Lacs and above
  • Legal Analyst may annually earn up to INR 2.5 Lacs – 5 Lacs

 Fees Structure & Duration of M.A. in Labour Studies

 

The average fee for M.A. in Labour Studies degree is between INR 12000 and INR 15000.The duration of this course is 2 years.

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