Working Conditions of Housing Construction Labours: A Qualitative Research With Reference to Pune City

  • Prakash B. Kadam Bharati Vidyapeeth (Deemed to be University), Social Sciences Centre, Erandwane, Pune
Keywords: Construction Workers, Minimum Wages, Bigari, Contractor

Abstract

Construction industry is the biggest employment of the labour in India. The term Construction Worker' is a man employed to convey physical or proficient work at project site. They found doing Bigari work which includes the exercises like - carrying blocks, bond, sand, water; burrowing land, blending concrete, stone breaking and so on. The reason for this paper is to highlight the problems of Housing construction worker in construction industry. The information for the study is gathered through easy going dialog with Construction labours at various project sites in Pune city. Data is gathered by causal discussion with construction labours through interview schedule. The significant discoveries demonstrate that working conditions of Hosing Construction labour in construction industry.

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Published
2018-03-27
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Articles