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1. Industrial Disputes Act,1947
Part I (Vol I – Vol III, years covered 1948-2007) (4517 Pages)
Part II (Vol IV, years covered 2008-2012) (1286 Pages)

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2. Practice And Procedure on
conducting Departmental
domestic and Other Enquiries
( 348 pages )

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S.D. Puri's Treatise on (Books)

  1. The Industrial Disputes Act, 1947 (Four Volumes)
  2. The Employees' Provident Funds and
    Miscellaneous Provisions Act, 1952
  3. The Employees' State Insurance Act, 1948 along
    with Rules (Central and State) and Regulations
  4. The Maharashtra Recognition of Trade Union and
    Prevention of Unfair Labour Practices Act, 1971
  5. The Employees' Compensation Act, 1923
  6. The Contract Labour (Regulation and Abolition) Act, 1970
  7. The Factories Act, 1948
  8. The Trade Unions Act, 1926
  9. Payment of Gratuity Act, 1972
  10. The Labour and Human Resources Management Forms and Precedents
  11. Practice and Procedures on Conducting Departmental / Domestic and Other Enquiries
  12. Labour Laws for Everyday Made Easy


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He is a Graduate from Agra University and has been in the Labour field for the last more than 65 Years. He has completed Diploma in Labour Welfare in the year 1952-53 and Law Degree from Bombay University and had worked as a Labour officer, Personnel Officer and Personnel Manager and legal officer for about 10 years and thereafter practiced Labour Laws for about 40 years before Labour Court, Industrial Court, High Court and Supreme Court. He has conducted many seminars and workshops on Labour Laws and also presented papers on Labour Laws and he was office bearer of many Employer's Organisations in India. He had also made 6 Video Cassettes on Labour Laws as back as in the year 1980 which are :
  How to write Charge Sheet – 120 minutes, How to conduct Domestic Enquiry – 180 minutes, Strike & Lockout – 120 minutes, Employing Contract Labour – 70 minutes, Audio Visual Guide for Employers – 70 minutes, Negotiation Skills and Collective Bargaining – 70 minutes.

and he is the first Advocate to use computer in the year 1984 itself. He was visiting faculty in Jitendra Law College, Vile Parle West attached to Mumbai University and also a visiting faculty for Post Graduate Diploma Course for Medical Administration in Hospitals. He was examiner of the University of Mumbai for thesis of LLM students. He is also Trustee of Consumer Guidance Society of India and member of International council of Jurists. He is a member of Supreme Court Bar Association.

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Speciality of books

Each of the above reference books contains all the ratios culled out from all the reported Judgments of High Courts and Supreme Court of India in a summarised form by referring to 11 journals viz. LLJ, FLR, LLN, LIC, CLR, LLR, AIR, SCC, SCC(L&S), BCR, Mah.LJ and earlier FJR right from the year 1948 or otherwise till the publication of these books.

Indexing of the reference books

Nominal, Section and Subjectwise Indexes are very detailed, exhaustive and informative. These are like an encyclopedia. The readers can locate the required judgments as per their need within seconds effortlessly. It is difficult to find any other book having such wide and detailed indexing in the field.

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