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Name: Apprenticeship Rules 1962 (G.S.R. 1134, dated 27th August, 1962)[as amended, with comments and references to cases up to 1990]
Country: India
Subject(s): Education, vocational guidance and training
Type of legislation: Regulation, Decree, Ordinance
Adopted on: 1962-08-27
Entry into force:
ISN: IND-1962-R-27795
Bibliography: A Manual of Labour Laws, 1990, Lal J, Law Publishers (India), Allahabad, India, 12th ed., Vol. 1, Part 1, pp. 66-106
Abstract/Citation: The Rules are promulgated to give guidance to employers under the Apprentices Act, 1961. They provide minimum physical and educational qualifications for apprentices by trade; minimum training period by trade; and allowable leave periods, minimum wages, and maximum hours of work for apprentices.
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