Industrialism and democracy have been considered as inter-related by social and political theorists with widely divergent approaches towards political and social order. Also, the labour unions have been in the vanguard in the flight for democracy. The labour movement has also played a significant role in fostering the ideology of equalitarianism. The Indian polity accords a legitimate place for trade unions. Thus, this paper an attempt is made to know the perceptions of trade union leaders and members on trade union democracy In Rayalaseema Thermal Power Plant, Kalamala, Kadapa District of Andhra Pradesh. To test and analyze the above, the survey was conducted, questionnaire method using interview schedule was adopted for data collection and statistical tools were used for analysis. Data is interpreted and ideas for effectiveness of trade union democracy in the RTPP are suggested the conclusion.