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Social Security Legislation in India

In this, the concluding part of her article, the author discusses the built-in weaknesses of the Employees State Insurance Scheme in India, and compares its operation with that of similar schemes abroad. Her conclusion is that the Indian scheme is eclectic only in its incorporation of those aspects of the foreign schemes which are least beneficial to labour.

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