By S. Uchikawa
This booklet analyzes 3 issues: employment stipulations for migrant employees, the effect of industrialization as a part of commercial clusters upon surrounding and outlying villages, and the labour industry in business clusters. This booklet examines the circumstances of 2 newly built commercial clusters: Ludhiana in Punjab and Tiruppur in Tamil Nadu.
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The majority of migrant workers in Ludhiana own land. Their economic position is relatively better than that of agricultural labourers in their home villages. They avoid bringing their families to Ludhiana and alternate between their home villages and Ludhiana. On the other hand, many migrant workers have settled with their family in Tiruppur. As they came from within Tamil Nadu, they did not face language problems or conflict with local people. The majority survey respondents from Tiruppur had been agricultural labourers before their migration, who faced poor economic conditions in their home villages.
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The bicycle industry in Ludhiana dates back to the mid 1950s when the first factories manufacturing bicycle parts and assembling bicycles were established in Ludhiana. From the 1950s, the bicycle industry in Ludhiana grew to include one of the largest factories engaged in the manufacture of bicycles in India. Besides a few large bicycle manufacturers, the city is dotted with a large number of smaller and medium bicycle component manufacturers. In recent years, the bicycle industry has been facing stiff competition from imports from China.
Industrial Clusters, Migrant Workers, and Labour Markets in India by S. Uchikawa