M.A. Admissions

Master of Arts (Globalisation and Labour)

Location: Mumbai

School: School of Management and Labour Studies


Intake: 20

Eligibility

a) Programme require completion of Bachelor's Degree of minimum of 3 years duration or its equivalent ( under the 10+2+3 or 10+2+4 or 10+2+2+1 year bridge course pattern of study or any other pattern fulfilling the mandatory requirements of 15 years formal education) from a recognised university, in any discipline.

b) At the time of applying candidates studying in 3 year degree progremme should have passed in all the subjects for the 1st to 4th semesters and candidates studying in 4 year degree progrmmes should have passed in all the subjects for 1st to 6th semester.

c) Only those Candidates who will be able to complete all the requirements of their final year Bachelor's Degree examinations by Saturday, June 10, 2017 are eligible to apply to all the programme.

Till the time the candidate submit results of the final year degree examination, admission to any of the Master's Degree Programmes of the Institute will be provisional. The results of the final examination have to be submitted before September 30, 2017. Those who fail to do so the provisional admission stands canceled.

Description

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The  Master of Arts (Globalisation and Labour)  is aimed  at  strengthening  capabilities  of  those  working in  membership-based  organisations,  and  the  informal sector  of  the  economy.  These  include  trade  unions, organisations  such  as  co-operatives,  self-help  groups etc. Bright young graduates or post graduates who do not fall  in  the  above  categories  but  are  interested  in working  in  such  organisations,  or  would  be  engaged in labour research, are also included. It is important to understand that this is not a management programme.

The  course  provides  a  framework  to  understand  the diversity of experiences of globalisation and its impact onwork and labour in the informal sector. As the formal sector  is  increasingly  externalising  social,  economic and  environmental  costs  of  production  to  the  unor-ganised/informal  sector,  there  is  a  need  to  organise and  strengthen  capabilities  of  the  workers  in  this  sector  to  articulate  and  claim  their  right  to  dignified  life. There will be an emphasis on comprehending the implications of globalisation and labour on economically and  socially  marginalised  sections,  and  bringing  out the complexities of the same in forms of mobilisation, protest and resistance. The course content will provide both theoretical analyses as well as empirical studies.

TISS  is  part  of  the  Global  Labour  University  network in  partnership  with  the  International  Labour  Organisation.  Other  partners  of  GLU  offering  similar  programmes include: Germany (Kassel/Berlin) at the University  of  Kassel  and  the  Berlin  School  of  Economics and  Law,  South  Africa  (Johannesburg)  at  the  University  of Witwatersrand  (WITS),  Brazil  (Campinas,  the State of Sao Paulo) at the State University of Campinas (Unicamp)  and  Penn  State  University,  State  College, PA, USA.

Distribution of Credit Hours:

YearDetailCredits
Trade Union Students Regular Students
First Courses 49 49
Dissertation 01 01
Second Internship 22 12
Dissertation 07 07
Courses 0 10
Choice Based Credit Courses 04 08
TOTAL 83 87

Semesterwise Courses:

SemesterCourse No.Course TitleCredits
I FC Foundation Course 6
Introduction to Research Methodology 1
GL 01 Elements of Macro Economics I 2
GL 02 Trade Union Strategies in a Global Economy 2
GL 03 Globalisation and Informal Economy 2
GL 04 Social Protection and the State 4
GL 05 Labour and Formal Organisations 2
GL 06
Basics of Management Functions for Trade Unions
2
GL 07
Industrial Relations
2
GL 08
Foundation Course in Globalisation and Labour (Centre based)
2
II GL 09
Organising Informal Labour
2
GL 10
Organisational Capabilities and Management Skills for Trade Unions
4
GL 10.1
Industrial Jurisprudence
GL 10.2
Economics of Wage
GL 10.3
Conflict Management and Negotiation Skills
GL 10.4
Labour Administration
GL 10.5
Leadership for Trade Unions
Compulsory
Non Evaluative
GL 11
International Labour Standards, Decent Work and Social Dialogue
2
GL 12
Dynamics of Labour Markets in Emerging Economies
4
GL 13
Research Methodology
8
GL 14
Development Information Package
Compulsory
Non Evaluative
GL 15
World Trade Organisation, World Bank and the International Monetary Fund
2
GL 16
State Intervention in Labour Market: Labour Law I
2
CBCS
Open Elective
2
CBCS
Elective Foundation
2
GL 17
Online course on Global Workers Right and International Labour Standards
Compulsory
Non Evaluative
Dissertation
Research Proposal
1
 
Field visit to Unions in Informal Sector in Rural Areas
 
III Internship* Trade Union Students (6 months) 22
Regular Students (2 months) 8
Dissertation
Literature Review
2
GL 18
Macro economics
2
GL 19
Women and Work
1
GL 20
State Intervention in Labour Market: Labour Law II
2
IV Dissertation**
Data Collection and Report Submission
5
Block Internship in Trade Unions (1 Month)
4
GL 21
Corporate Social Responsibility and Social Audit
2
GL 22
Governance and Public Policy
2
GL 23
Green Economy and Labour
1

Notes:

  1. Courses in the Second Year are meant for non trade union students.
  2. *Internship for Trade Union students staggers till the end of 4th semester.
  3. **The dissertation evaluation in the fourth semester is as follows:
  • The data collection process will begin in the third semester and will have to be completed before the end of the fourth semester and will carry 2 credit evaluations.
  • The documentation of methodological challenges and the way they were addressed will carry 1 credit evaluation.
  • The final dissertation will carry 2 credit evaluations.
  • The semester-wise listing of courses is provisional, and may undergo some changes.

Fee Structure:

Components GL
Fees Sem I Sem II
Sem III Sem IV
1 Tuition 12000 12000 12000 12000
2 Examination 800 800 800 800
3 Field Work Coordination Fee (Not Reimbursable) 4000 4000 4000 4000
4 Computer Charges 1000 1000 1000 1000
5 Convocation Charges 0 0 0 2000
6 ID Card 300 0 0 0
7 Medical Insurance Premium Charges 1500 0 1500 0
8 Students' Union 500 500 500 500
9 Dev. Fund / Prog. Fund 8000 8000 0 0
10 Medical Examination Fee 100 0 0 0
11 Caution Deposits ( Refundable at the time of leaving the programme on submission of No Dues Certificate) 10000 0 0 0
1. Total Fees for Non-Hostellers 38200 26300 19800 20300
12 Hostel & Electricity Charges Rs.10000 & Rs.5000 15000 15000 15000 15000
13 Dining Hall Charges (Advance) 16000 16000 16000 16000
2. Total Fees for Hostellers 69200 57300 50800 51300

*Institute reserves the rights to revise the Fees Structure of programme if necessary.

 

 

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