Education

Education is the process of facilitating learning, or the acquisition of knowledge, skills, values, beliefs, and habits. Educational methods include teaching, training, storytelling, discussion and directed research.

Payment of Wages during Pandemic

‘If a free society cannot help the many who are poor, it cannot save the few who are rich’, quoted John F. Kennedy years before an epidemic like Covid-19 could have even been forecasted. Starting from the Plague, a bacteria led pandemic to the Spanish Flu caused by a virus […]

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Necessity of Absolute Liability

Our country is a pioneer in industrial development and the demo-graphs of such development is soaring high each day. Also, with the complexity in both geography and life, it is necessary the rules established should be strict and more absolute principle of liability with the respect of no fault liability. […]

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Real friends are fake

Every person is a friend until he wants something from you. I thought that real friends are rare but now realised that they never exist. I believed in friendship and was happy to have such friends until a day came. I never thought atleast it in a dream. I was […]

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Analyzing Administrative Adjudication

The Administrative Tribunals rendering Administrative equity comprise a side-effect of the government assistance state. In the eighteenth and nineteenth century when ‘free enterprise’ hypothesis held influence, law courts rose out as the caretaker of the rights and freedoms of the individual residents. On occasion they also ensured the privileges of […]

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Innuendo: The other kind of Defamation

Innuendo is used to describe defamation from libel or slander. It is derived from a Latin term “innuere”, “to nod toward”. In lawsuit for defamation, usually to show that the party suing was the person about whom the defamatory statement was made. Example: ‘the former Mayor is a crook,” and […]

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Indian Education System

The current education system of India is considered as the education system of the dependent period. It is regarded as a gift of British rule. This system was born by Lord Macaulay. Due to this system, even today, clerks and babu with white collars are being incurred. Due to this […]

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The Norms of Social Stock Exchange

The Expert panel which was setup by the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) has prepared certain draft norms for Social Stock Exchanges (SSE). SSE is an electronic fundraising platform that allows investors to buy shares in a social enterprise that has been assessed by the exchange. Such social […]

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How a Group Discussion is conducted?

Group discussion is a selection method that is used to screen the best candidates for a particular job. It is a form of comparative assessment where the applicants skills can be evaluated. Usually the candidates are called for the group discussion stage once their resume and cover letter have been […]

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Effects of internet

The internet is a global network of inter -linked networks that mainly provide wireless interactive communication. The internet was developed in 1969. It was only in the 1990s that it became available to the public. The internet has also led to a complete transformation in communication, availability of knowledge as […]

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Health is wealth

Growing up you might have heard the term ‘Health is Wealth’, but its essential meaning is still not clear to most people. Generally, people confuse good health with being free of any kind of illnesses. While it may be part of the case, it is not entirely what good health is all […]

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N.E.O.N

N is ‘N’OBLE E is ‘E’NERGY O is ‘O’BEDIENT N is ‘N’IFTY “N” OBLE, Law is a ‘Noble’ Profession as its purpose is to conserve and preserve the moral sanctity […]

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