The Evolution of Service Law in India: A Comprehensive Analysis

  • Lekha Goyal and Harshith N.
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  • Lekha Goyal

    Student at K.L.E Law College, Bengaluru, India

  • Harshith N.

    Student at K.L.E Law College, Bengaluru, India

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This research paper aims to explore the evolution of service law in India, examining its development, key provisions, and significant legal precedents. It delves into the historical context and legislative framework that governs the employment and service sector in India, including the Constitution of India, labor laws, and judicial decisions. The paper highlights the various facets of service law, including employment contracts, worker rights, social security provisions, and dispute resolution mechanisms. It also investigates the challenges and reforms in service law, considering the changing socio-economic landscape and emerging trends in the Indian job market. Through a systematic review of relevant statutes, case law, and scholarly literature, this research paper provides an in-depth analysis of service law in India, shedding light on its impact on workers, employers, and the overall legal framework.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 6, Issue 5, Page 1667 - 1684


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