The sector which is registered and follows government rules and regulations, having employees and employee unions is called as an organised sector. The sector that comprises of small-scale enterprises (such as weaver, carpenters, blacksmiths, etc.) or units and is not registered with the government is called an unorganized sector. Unorganized sector has largely remained outside the control of government. Over 94% of India’s working population belongs to unorganized sector which requires policy-makers’ attention. Unorganized sector’s contribution to the economy is quite considerable and policy framework to safeguard their interests and rights is necessary. This Centre focuses on conducting intensive research in the field of organized and unorganized labour. Through various instruments such as seminars, workshops and conferences, this Centre aims to bring groundbreaking policy changes in the said field.