Industrial Safety and Standardization in SMEs

Safety and Standardization implies Higher Growth and Development of SMEs, lead to at par with Global Competition Occupation Health and Safety (OHS) or Safety, Health and Environmental (SHE) are prime concern of government in accordance to achieve ‘Make in India’ policy with Zero Defect &Zero Effect ideology.   The OSH is the science of anticipation, recognition, evaluation and control of hazards arising in or from the workplace that could impair health and well being of workers. The number of…

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ISO in brief

Standardization is International Objective to Act Globally ISO is the International Organization for Standardization. It has a membership of span of 160 national standards institutes from countries developed and developing, big and small in all regions of the world. ISO’s portfolio of more than 18000 standards provides practical tools for all three dimensions of sustainable development of economic, environmental and societal. An ISO standardization benchmark for business, society, and government as a whole make a…

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Section 377 violation of your fundamental rights

Section 377, Indian Penal Code, 1860 (hereinafter ‘IPC’) was enacted by the British colonial regime to criminalize ‘carnal intercourse against the order of nature’. It was rooted in the Judeo-Christian religious morality that abhorred non-procreative sex. Section 377, IPC reads as: “377. Unnatural offences.—Whoever voluntarily has carnal intercourse against the order of nature with any man, woman or animal, shall be punished with imprisonment for life, or with imprisonment of either description for a term which…

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Cooperative Society : Principles

Cooperation is a act of Voluntary execution strategy The Cooperative society in it have objectives of  promoting the interests of its members in accordance with the principles of cooperation. Therefore the cooperative society incorporates different strategy than other form of business. The main characteristics includes  Open membership policy – That means its open to all those of have common interest. Voluntary association – Members can exit at its will and join as long as they can. State…

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Use RTI:Get Report card of the Public Authorities

Right to information (RTI) Act, came into force on 12 oct.2005 when there was constantly demand from the people of India to know the system and processes adopted by the various public authorities under the Local, State and Central Government in performing  their tasks and decisions regarding their duties and responsibilities towards the people of India. The act gives powers in the hands of the people and it is creating transparency among the public authorities…

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Competition Act 2002

  The Competition Act 2002 The Mahalanobis committee in 1960 brought out the issue of growing inequality in the post-independence period. The monopoly inquiry commission in its report submitted in 1965 recognized the ill effects of economic power which prompted GOI to enact the monopolies and restrictive trade practices act [MRTPA],1969 with an objective of prevention of concentration of economic power to common detriment, control of restrictive trade practices. The act covered monopolistic trade practices and restrictive…

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Writ Of Rights and Its Types: Habeas Corpus

A writ essentially means a fundamental order. In generic legal lexicon, it is a formal written order issued by a body with administrative or judicial jurisdiction. The three most common types of writs being prerogative writs, warrants, and subpoenas. Plainly put, anything issued under a recognised legal authority, is a writ. In the Indian legal system, the jurisdiction to issue ‘prerogative writs’ is conferred to the Supreme Court and to the High Courts of all…

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The flip side of RTE Act 2009

“Har bachcha chamke ab school chale hum!” Right to Education is a human right as declared by the United Nations. Sarva Shiksha Abhiyaan and its ‘constitutional sister’ RTE Act provides the same to children between 6-14 years of age. Before talking about the flip side of the Act, lets talk about the first side. Right to Education (RTE) Act or precisely Right of children to free and compulsory education Act was passed by the Indian…

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Are Human Rights Law Too Ambiguous?

[Corporate Point of View- Part:1] With great unrest pertaining to the constant human rights violations being brought to the World’s notice, people have come ahead and questioned, do the numerous human rights treaties and laws really work? Do they actually hold up the moral platform they are expected to? Or are they too ambiguous for the modern society which likes to crawl through the loopholes? We shall stick to a strict ‘Corporate‘ point of view…

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Land Acquisition Ordinance

It seems that this is the season of ordinances. There are various ordinances that have been introduced in the recent past months. One of them is the land acquisition ordinance. This ordinance will bring about significant changes in the land acquisition, rehabilitation and resettlement act, 2013. It will ease restrictions including a “consent clause” which was seen as an encumbrance for power, highways, housing, defence and infrastructure projects and holding up the economy’s growth potential.…

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