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Pending Cases in Labour Courts

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A statement indicating the State-wise details of pending cases in 22 Central Government Industrial Tribunals-cum-Labour Courts (CGIT-cum-LCs) set up by the Central Government under the provisions of Industrial Disputes Act, 1947 for resolution of industrial disputes arising in Central Sphere is given below:

 

Number of Cases Pending in Central Government Industrial Tribunal-cum-Labour Courts Statement as on 31.3.2012

 

Sl. No.

CGIT

Pending Cases

Pending Applications

1

Mumbai I

230

91

2

Mumbai II

408

380

3

Dhanbad I

1545

331

4

Dhanbad II

793

37

5

Asansol

594

49

6

Kolkata

230

24

7

Chandigarh I

124

33

8

New Delhi I

361

38

9

Kanpur

615

230

10

Jabalpur

2022

236

11

Chennai

288

10

12

Bangalore

516

74

13

Hyderabad

807

596

14

Nagpur

598

8

15

Bhubneshwar

414

357

16

Lucknow

481

47

17

Jaipur

328

109

18

New Delhi II

445

53

19

Guwahati

46

7

20

Ernakulam

78

18

21

Ahmedabad

2128

1651

22

Chandigarh II

575

41

T O T A L

13,626

4,420

       
       
 

Mum.I National

6

154

 

Kolkata National

10

79

 

Total+National

13,642

4,653

 

 

   The details in respect of Labour Courts and Industrial Tribunals falling in the State Sphere are not maintained centrally.

    Following steps have been taken for expeditious disposal of cases in CGIT-cum-LCs:

(i)  A Scheme of Holding of Lok Adalats as an “Alternative Grievance Redressal Mechanism” for speedy disposal of industrial disputes has been made indispensable part of the adjudication system from XI Plan;

(ii) A system of link officers amongst Presiding Officers has been introduced to ensure that the judicial work of the CGIT-cum-LCs does not suffer when the post of regular Presiding Officer is vacant due to administrative exigencies; 

 

iii) Process of appointment to the Post of Presiding Officer is initiated about eight months in advance so that the successor to a serving presiding officer is selected by the time of completion of his tenure in a CGIT-cum-LC;

(iv) Presiding Officers of CGIT-cum-LCs have been advised to hold camp courts; and 

(v) Conference of Presiding Officers is held from time to time to explore strategies for speedy and effective disposal of cases.

 
     

 

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