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Ease of Logistics: Central Govt. constitutes Control Room for monitoring & complaints

May 12, 2021 | by C-Quel Legal Research Team


The Department of Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade (DPIIT), Govt. of India, in a move to provide ease of transportation and delivery of goods, manufacturing activity, delivery of essential commodities, has set up a Control Room to monitor logistics issues faced by stakeholders.

The Control Room will serve as a one-point contact to raise any grievance in regard to transportation hassles arising out of Covid restriction in States and UTs across India.

Special emphasis has been given to the following sectors:

  • Manufacturing
  • Transportation
  • Distribution
  • Wholesale
  • E-commerce

Stakeholders can obtain information and raise grievances through the following contact number and e-mail id ( 8 am to 10 pm)-
Telephone: (011) 23062383, 23062975

E-mail: [email protected]

Central Govt. suggests various amendments through Apprenticeship Act concept note

May 12, 2021 | by C-Quel Legal Research Team


With an objective to enhance apprenticeship opportunities for the youth, the Ministry of Skill Development & Entrepreunership has introduced a Draft Concept note on the Apprentices Act, 1961, while proposing various amendments.
Following are the key takeaways in the proposed amendments:

  • Inclusion of educational/ training institutions in the definition of Establishment to enlarge the scope of apprenticeship
  • Expansion of apprenticeship by inclusion of virtual learning/training modes
  • Allowing Part-time Apprenticeship
  • Permitting Indian companies to send apprentices to offshore sites in foreign countries
  • Permitting multiple training venues including training at client/supplier locations or premise of other companies within India
  • Enhanced roles for Third Party Aggregators to support establishments
  • Replacing the provision of contract approval by apprenticeship advisors, with provision of mere intimation of contract to the authorities
  • Alignment with the new Labour Codes

Apprenticeship Act, soon to become self-governing

March 12, 2021 | by C-Quel Legal Research Team


Major changes have been proposed in the apprenticeship act:

1. A shift from government regulation to self-governance. This is to enhance apprenticeship opportunities and to sync with labour reforms and safety measures.

2.The amendment of the act will bring flexibility in training and employment since it will allow outsourcing of apprentices to third parties.

3. This will include new sectors such as staffing companies for outsourcing.

4.Companies will be able to hire apprentices for their foreign operations as well.

5.Under the new amendment, executive authorities will be fined for failure to take apprentices.