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Shorthand Dictation 100 Words per minute, “Wage Board”Test 5 Minutes Audio Dictation, Shorthand Outline and Text Matter 21

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Let me now come to the decisions of the Wage Board. Much has been said / about the Wage Board decision as if a crime had been done by the wage // board. There was a howl from the employers and from among the other quarters as /// if justice had been brought down to dust. What was the decision of the Supreme (1) Court and what were the decisions of the Wage Board? I would like to point/ out that excepts in six cases in all other matters, the decisions of the Wage // Board were good and the Wage Board had an equal number of employers   and the /// working journalists. That is to say the employers agreed to all other matters on which (2) decision had been taken.

With regard to these matters, they might have certain ground for / criticism. Now, the decision had been taken through mutual talks, the decision were taken with // a view to settling the dispute amicably across the table by mutual talk and the /// Labour Minister took the initiative Naturally efforts were made there in order to see how (3) these decision could be implemented, it was agreed that the employers should not go to / court and the working journalists should not also take certain other militant offensive actions. A // gentleman’s agreement was arrived at. Then what happened? On the one hand, they were talking /// about this thing, on the other hand, they were preparing for litigation. On the very (4) day on which this agreement was  arrived at and a decision was taken to appoint/ a body where all the interested parties could discuss and settle matters, a partition was // filed on behalf of the employers in the court. Therefore, I think that much of /// the argument that has been advanced is something which is mischievously wrong and  we ought (5) to take More of it.

Sir, according to the Supreme Court, the Wage Board should / not have fixed the wages. It seems that the proprietors have gone on all their // promises they made. They want even  the fixation of the minimum wage to be left /// to the States. They want the scales to be determined at State levels by tribunals. ( 6/360 words)

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