‘The changing roles of Trade Unions in India: A Case study of national thermal power cor- poration’ - Piyali Ghosh, Shefali Nandan, Ashish Gupta (2009) Trade Unions are integral part of industrial relations in most countries. Trade Unions have their own norms and objectives and also act as a forum in protecting the workers interest and quality of their lives. The paper targets on how political, economical and social changes affect trade unions especially the plant level trade unions, in particular the National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC) which is one the most recognised Public Sector Undertakings. The roles of trade unions for example the welfare of workers were considered secondary goals initially turned out to be the primary and the
This paper delves into the roles of the Midwifery Council of New Zealand and the New Zealand College of Midwives and explains the functions they hold with regulation and support with midwifery care. Furthermore, this essay looks into the midwifery partnership and the relevance of Nga Maia Maori Midwives and the Treaty of Waitangi 1840, and its underpinnings in a midwifery context. Pregnancy is a unique intimate relationship between
Every municipality in Sweden is expected to provide the basic social services outlined in the act. This means that some municipalities may offer a wide holistic range of services well others may just off the bare none. The SSA assumes that every municipality will have the resources to serve any families that may be struggling. Well Sweden is a welfare state and provides universal services to its citizens, their child welfare policy is still very mush in a residual state. The SSA aims to “[serve], [supervise] and [discipline] the poor and the excluded in the community” (Hessle & Vinnerljung, 2018, p. 1) often placing a view of good authority and good or bad parents (Edvardsson, 2010, p. 1).
Municipal government and administration is no longer a simple affair. There are five types of urban local bodies in India. They are ; corporations, municipalities, notified area committees, town area committees and cantonment board. The cantonment boards are governed by the cantonment act 1924 which is a central legislation. They are still controlled by the central ministry of
Statistics show that the number of countries that has approved and joined the CEDAW has risen to 187 from the year 1980 to 2011 (The World Bank, 2011, p. 266), this means that more countries are now following the agenda that has been set up to help get rid of gender discrimination. Having programs and legislations that stand by women’s side promotes knowledge about gender equality which influences cultural norms and views. These legislations empowers women and having social support inspires them to work harder to prove that they are as capable as men. The General Women’s Union in the UAE for example, is an organization established in 1975 by HH Sheikha Fatima bint Mubarak, it has helped create a supportive environment for women in the UAE, and has also helped create laws and amendments in the UAE to benefit women (UAE Ministry of State for Federal National Council Affairs, 2008, p. 9). Feminism clubs has increased through globalization and more women are considering themselves to be feminists, this helps women’s gender identity because they would feel like they belong to a gender group that offers
Both organizations benefited the Woman’s Suffrage Movement and they used to be together. Behindhand, people realized that the two organizations would be more successful if they united back into one group. So later the National American Woman Suffrage Association (NAWSA) was formed. During 1888, the first worldwide women’s rights organization was
Gujarat is growing in terms of a number of hospitals, healthcare centers, beds and is continued to positive movements in future. The available infrastructure and easily available healthcare conveniences have improved to a health of the population of the state extraordinarily. Total no. of 1637 hospitals, 31,369 and doctor to patient ratio is 1:10. By the use of latest technical equipment efficient health insurance, major corporate venture and the service of highly practiced medical personnel, the Gujarat healthcare sector has set itself on a prospering.
However, the modern debate with regards to social welfare and health care is that who should be providing the means. Political leaders across the world ask whether the state itself should provide universal healthcare for their people with the assistance of their taxes, or should the health care market and it insurance be turned over to the private sector. The two arguments come face to face with the way that Sweden and the United States of America have their social welfare and health care provided. Sweden has the social health care that many left leaning political leaders tend to favor more sense it
INDUSTRY ANALYSIS A Report on PORTS By AKSHAY GUPTA ANANT ZALPURI ANUDEEP MANCHINENI SIDDHARTHA MITRA VIKRAM GANJOO YASHWANTH REDDY NADIDE INTRODUCTION India, being one of the largest peninsular country in the world, is blessed with a coastline of 7517 kilometres and hence Ports play an important role in handling traffic of trade. India’s 13 major and 187 non major ports cater to coastal and overseas trade. This includes handling more than 90% of Indian trade in terms of volume. The major ports are under the administration of the Central Government, whereas State Governments take charge of the jurisdiction of the minor ports. With a growth of around 6% CAGR in the last half decade, resulting in the congestion of the major ports,
Shalynn Hoffman 1-27-2017 Doula Certification Course email@example.com Student Paper Home Births vs. Hospital Births For some women and their partners, choosing where to deliver there baby is very important, wether at home or a certain hospital. This may be a high priority because of safety, comfort, specific care provider, or aligns with their general philosophies. Throughout history, the attitude toward pregnancy and birth was, and still is by many around the world, a natural, healthy, normal life event, not a problem for which to seek medical care, which has grown more common since the development of modern western medicine. There are many reasons why individual parents make the choice