Programme overview

The one-year Postgraduate Diploma in Labour Law offers advanced training in labor law, catering to individuals seeking specialization in this field. Covering various aspects such as human resource management, employment law, and industrial relations, the program is ideal for graduates aiming to enhance their expertise in labor law. Key topics covered include the legal framework for employment, collective bargaining, labor disputes resolution, labor standards, and social security. The curriculum also encompasses areas like organizational behavior, human resource management, and leadership, providing a holistic understanding of labor law's practical applications in the workplace. The program may feature practical elements such as projects, internships, or practicum experiences, while guest lectures, seminars, and events involving labor law experts offer valuable insights. Graduates emerge equipped with comprehensive knowledge and skills to pursue diverse career paths in labor law, including roles in human resource management, labor relations, legal consulting, and advocacy.

  • 1 Years

    Duration of Program

  • PG Diploma

    Level of Study

Key Highlights

Specialized training for tailored expertise
Robust and well-rounded curriculum
Skills Cultivation through Practical Application
Distinguished and Seasoned Faculty
Prospects for Professional Advancement

How will you benefit

Empowering Career Advancement through Specialized Labor Law Training.
Graduates are in high demand across industries like HR, labor relations, law consulting, and advocacy.
The program emphasizes practical skills (conflict resolution, negotiation, communication) applicable in diverse professional contexts.
Students connect with labor law experts, faculty, and peers for valuable professional networking.

What will you study

Students will study Indian employment laws, including the Industrial Disputes Act, Minimum Wages Act, Payment of Bonus Act, Employees' State Insurance Act, and Employees' Provident Fund and Miscellaneous Provisions Act.

Students will be introduced to international conventions and treaties related to labor law, such as the International Labor Organization's (ILO) core conventions and the United Nations' Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work.

Students will learn about the social security benefits available to workers under Indian law, such as a pension, medical insurance, and disability benefits.

Students will analyze and discuss landmark cases in labor law to understand the practical application of legal principles.

  • The program aims to equip students with a comprehensive understanding of labor law, regulations, and policies.
  • Students will be able to develop and apply legal principles to resolve conflicts between employers and employees.
  • The program is designed to enhance critical thinking, research, and analytical skills in students.
  • The program aims to develop leadership and communication skills among students to effectively address labor law issues.

  • Students will gain a comprehensive understanding of Indian labor law, including the Constitution of India, the Industrial Disputes Act, the Trade Union Act, and the Minimum Wages Act.
  • Students will learn to analyze and interpret legal principles and their applications in real-life scenarios related to employment, collective bargaining, and dispute resolution.
  • Students will be able to identify and resolve labor-related conflicts legally and ethically.
  • Students will gain practical experience through internships, case studies, and simulations.

  • Students will be able to demonstrate a thorough understanding of labor law concepts, principles, and regulations.
  • Students will be able to apply legal principles to resolve conflicts and disputes related to labor law.
  • Students will be able to research and analyze labor law issues and present their findings effectively.
  • Students will be able to communicate and collaborate with stakeholders in the labor law domain, including employers, employees, and regulatory authorities.
  • Students will be able to demonstrate ethical and professional behavior in the practice of labor law.


  • Industrial Relations
  • Social Security Legislations
  • Law of Wages and Principal of Wage Fixation
  • Legislation affecting conditions of work.
  • Principles and Practice of Personnel Management
  • Intellectual Property Law
  • Research Project
  • Agricultural Labor Unorganized Sector and Undertaking


Employment Lawyer
Labor Relations Specialist
Legal Consultant
Government Employment


Eligibility Criteria

Graduation (in any discipline) General - 45% and above. SC/ST - 40% and above.

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