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It was wonderful for Pratik Vaidya, the Chief Vision Officer of Karma Management Global  Consulting  Solutions, to  meet  Mr. Raviraj Ilawe (Welfare Commissioner) and  Mr. Shashank Sate (MILS Joint Commissioner) at the Maharashtra Labour Welfare Fund (LWF) Board Facility, last week-end

Karma Management and its organic business role with Maharashtra Institute of Labour Studies (MILS) on re-investing and re-inventing students foray into labour studies and compliance management for industries.

Mr. Pratik Vaidya, appreciated the efforts  of Mr Raviraj Ilawe in ensuring that we give back to our society in order to  upkeep the progress and  welfare of workmen and labourers under the  umbrella of the Labour Welfare Board Management.

Mr. Pratik Vaidya , whole heartedly thanked  the dignitaries for their kindness in taking him on a  tour of the world class facility and  assured the Labour Studies team  towards   collaboration with the Governing Body of Maharashtra in promoting all the benefits for the  working class.

Mr. Pratik Vaidya also gave thanks to  Mr Shashank Sate (MILS Joint Commissioner) for his valuable time and  for expressing his vision on making MILS (Maharashtra Institute of Labour Studies) the premier choice.  The bold statement made by Mr. Sate on  “Let us change the narrative”  did strike a heart warming  cord with all those present on the occasion and a greater hope and assurance was given to all of them that together with a high octane narrative that we all shall   succeed in achieving our goals.

You may know that  Maharashtra Institute of Labour Studies is an independent department under Maharashtra Labour Ministry. It is one of its kinds in the field of labour studies. It has a glorious past of 64 years and has emerged as a stronger body which has contributed to the economy and industry in many ways.  The students of LNML MILS are well prepared to meet the industry’s requirement which is clearly evident from the list of alumni. The institution has a strong foundation of values and principles.   The Institute is recognized by the University of Mumbai as Post Graduate education and research institute in the field of Labour Studies under the Maharashtra Universities Act 1994.    For the past 64 years, the institute has been creating excellent professionals to discharge their duties and responsibilities, particularly in the fields of Labour Welfare, Industrial Relations and broadly in the area of Human Resource Management of which Karma Management is a foremost HR & Labour Compliance firm.                                

Shri Gulzarilal Nanda, Shri Narayan Meghaji Lokhande
Late Narayan Meghaji Lokhande ,  Maharashtra Institute of Lobour Studies (LNML MILS), formerly known as Maharashtra Institute of Labour Studies (MILS)  was  established in July 1947 by the then Government of Mumbai owing to the initiative and the inspiring guidance of Shri Gulzarilal Nanda, the then Minister of Labour, Mumbai. 

MILS Vision
To enable organizations to deliver maximum value to the customers by simultaneously focusing on the key strategic imperatives of quality, cost, delivery and safety and are committed to think in terms of purpose, processes and people and to view management problems holistically.

MILS Mission
To design, develop, implement and manage people who manage business and to provide optimal cost effective solutions by integrating people with information, resources and processes.

MILS Core Values
Dedication towards work, mutual trust, creativity, outstanding interpersonal competence and innovation leading to team spirit, business maturity, analytical mind set and commercial instinct demonstrating the level of professional competence that can be expected from the students of the states’ apex institute of labour studies.

It is one of its kinds in the field of labour studies. It has a glorious past of 64 years and has emerged as a stronger body which has contributed to the economy and industry in many ways. 

Karma Management Global Consulting Solutions has been a pioneer in the field of labour compliance management which began as a labour consultancy firm in 1979 , and later on, in the year 2004, surged ahead to form a full fledged labour  compliance firm called, Karma Management Consultants Pvt. Ltd. and due to its expanding expedition  into international payroll and compliances, re-named the firm in 2021, as Karma Management Global Consulting Solutions Pvt. Ltd. with its headquarters at Santacruz East, Mumbai and PAN India presence.

 Karma Management has for long been patronizing the efforts of LNML MILS towards absorbing students who graduate from the Institute by regular campus interviews and at one point of time, at one go, it had taken about 15 graduated students on board and this was the biggest team in that year before covid-19.  In the latest news gathered by Karma Management, it has come to know that after a substantial practical knowledge grooving stint at Karma Management, these students turned practical gainers, have been besieged with good positions in industries across all spectrum and are doing very well for themselves, thanks to Karma Management for the initial grinding and practical hands on sessions. 

Mr. Pratik Vaidya often keeps on mentioning now and then, as an example to all,  that he is happy and satisfied with the student boys of MILS who completed practical stints with Karma Management and are now doing well, as a sign of his deep interest in the labour institute studies body,  who have been  playing a responsible role in  implementation of labour studies and the ever changing labour laws together with the changing needs of the industries.

 You may also know that Mahakamgar is a Maharashtra State Government initiative to cater the needs of the people of Maharashtra and provides complete awareness of the Labour Management System.

Labour Management System provides various Acts implemented by Commissioner of Labour and the details of Onlines Services under each Act are listed below

Acts implemented by Commissioner of Labour

•       Industrial Disputes Act, 1947.

•           Bombay Industrial Relations Act, 1946.

•           The Trade Unions Act, 1926.

•           Industrial Employment (Standing Orders) Act, 1946.

•           Minimum Wages Act, 1948.

•           The Payment of Wages Act, 1936.

•           Equal Remuneration Act, 1976.

•           Payment of Bonus Act, 1965.

•           The Child Labour (Prohibition and Regulation) Act, 1986.

•           Maharashtra Shops and Establishment (Regulation of Employment and Conditions of Service) Act, 2017.

•           Bonded Labour System [Abolition] Act, 1976.

•           The Beedi & Cigar Workers (Conditions of Employment) Act, 1966.

•           The Contract Labour (Regulation & Abolition) Act, 1970.

•           Building & Other Workers (Regulation of Employment and Conditions of Service) Act, 1996.

•           Working Journalist and Other Newspaper Employees (Conditions of Service and Miscellaneous Provisions) Act, 1955.

•           Sales Promotion Employees (Conditions and Services) Act, 1976.

•           The Interstate Migrant Workmen (Regulation of Employment and Conditions of Service) Act, 1979.

•           Payment of Gratuity Act, 1972.

•           Maharashtra Workmen’s Minimum House Rent Allowance Act, 1983.

•           Motor Transport Workers Act, 1961.

•           Collection of Statistics Act, 1953.

•           Right to Information Act, 2005.

•           NOC (No Objection Certificate).

•           Maharashtra Mathadi Hammal & other manual workers (Regulation of employment & welfare) Act 1969.

•           The Maharashtra Private Security Guards (Regulation of Employement and Welfare) Act, 1981.

•           The Maharashtra Domestic Workers Welfare Board Act, 2008.

•           Registration and Grant of License

•           License Renewal

•           Registration/License Amendments

•           License Suspension

•           Closure Notice

•           Exemptions of Provisions of Acts & Rules

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