Labour Investigation Committee (1946)||
It may be stated here that the arrangement of this Report is some what different from that adopted in similar reports dealing with labour, such as the Reports of the Royal Commission on Labour and the Bihar Enquiry Committee. As a major part of the factual material was already incorporated in the ad hoc survey reports, the Committee felt that in this Main Report they should present the factual material and their views thereon in a general way. In doing so, they have endeavored to take a cross-section of the various industries according to different subjects and topics. Reference to the Reports of the Royal Commission on Labour and the Bihar Labour Enquiry Committee will show that their task was somewhat complicated by the necessity of having to discuss the general-aspects, and side by side, the present the factual material for different industries. On the other hand, our task has been made easier by the fact that the ad hoc survey reports have already provided the factual materials, in regard to various major and minor industries, although we have drawn liberally upon those reports.