Author : Prof. Raghuvinder Singh, Mamta Kumari
Abstract : This paper briefly outlines the condition of migrant labour in India. Migration could be a world truth that is caused not solely by economic, however conjointly political, social, cultural, environmental, health, instructional and transportation factors. This is usually due to the lack of opportunity in a socio-economic situation and due to the drag factors. That exists in the most developed areas. One major reason why workers migrate from one region to another is in search of work. This paper discusses the potential impact of the labour migration, to his family members and to the source areas and destination. The purpose of this paper is to summarize the causes, its effects, trends and patterns of migration in India.