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In order to discuss the biological diversity act, the essential requirement is to know the meaning of biodiversity. Biodiversity refers to the variability among living organisms from all sources and the ecological complexes of which they are part and includes diversity within species or between species and of eco-systems.
Biodiversity encompasses the…Continue
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The Right to Information Act was passed by the Parliament in June 2005. The bare text of the act describes it as act to provide for setting out the practical regime of right to information for citizens to secure access to information under the control of public authorities, in order to promote transparency and accountability in the working of every public authority, the Constitution of a Central Information Commission and State information…Continue
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The application of information technology has reached almost all sectors of our lives. However, regulation of this sector is necessary due to the risks posed to financial and commercial transactions, national security systems, banking and communication networks and all other sectors and individual availing of the benefits of the internet and the Information Highway. The rapid development of information and communication technologies has revolutionized business…Continue
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The problem of unemployment in India is colossal. In order to counter this massive problem, the National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme was enacted in 2005.
The Act was notified in 200 districts in the first phase with effect from February 2nd 2006 and then extended to additional 130 districts in the financial year 2007-2008 (113 districts were notified with effect from April 1st 2007, and 17 districts in UP…Continue
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To provide free and compulsory education to children has been a long cherished dream first envisaged by our constitution makers and they provided for the same under article 45 of the constitution. This directive principle of state policy urges the state to endeavour to provide for free and compulsory education for all children until they complete the age of fourteen years. Though the time period specified within article 45…Continue
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Faculty of Law (DU) is not only one of the earliest law colleges of India but also one of the largest ones. The college has consistently been ranked in the top 3 colleges providing 3 year law courses in India by India Today, although this ranking is highly controversial. However, there is no doubt that DU has churned out some of the brightest and most famous lawyers of India, and also boasts of one of the best faculty in the country, easily comparable on this parameter with any national…
AMITY LAW SCHOOL, DELHI (IP University)
Amity Law School, Delhi is affiliated to Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University (IP University). The college has consistently been ranked in the top 12 law colleges of India. It has its own advantages and disadvantages. I’d like to highlight certain features of the college.
IP University conducts a Common Entrance…Continue
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