SATISH KUMAR DHANWAL
Sr. Manager (hr)ntpc Ltd., Noida
Indra Priyadharshini
Recruitment,hr Policies
P K Misra
Chair Professor And Head, Mhrm In Indian

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Dear friends, Can any of you help me to gain some knowledge on Administrative laws. regards Indra Priyadharshini
From India, Madras
Hi Indra,
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From India, Delhi
Adminstrative laws are based on principles of natural justice. There is no Act passed by the Parliament or any legilature. This law has evolved based on judgements from various courts. Some of the principles of natural justice are:
You cannot be judge in your matter. That is if you have interest in a case, you should refuse to give any decision in that case. For example if you are a judge and a case regarding a company comes to you, in which you have shares, you can not decide that case.
No body should be punished without giving him an opportunity to present his side of the issue.
Discretion can not be applied arbitrarily.etc.
There are many books available on the subject. Giving name of any would amount to publicity.
P K Misra
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From Korea, Samsung
Dear Mr.yedhulaprakash,
Thanks for your reply.
The Acts mentioned below are belongs to Labour Laws. Then Whats the different between Admin. laws and labour laws?
(The Child Labour Act, 1986
Contract Labour Act, 1970
The Dangerous Machines Act, 1983
The Employment Exchange Act, 1959
Employees Provident Fund and Miscellaneous Provisions Act, 1952
Employees State Insurance Act, 1948
Employers Liability Act, 1938
Equal Remuneration Act,1976
Factories Act, 1948
Indian Dock Labourers Act, 1934
The Industrial Disputes Act, 1947
The Industrial Disputes (Banking and Insurance Companies) Act, 1949
The Industrial Disputes (Banking Companies) Decision Act, 1955
The Industries (Development And Regulation) Act, 1951
Industrial Employment (Standing Orders) Act, 1946
Labour Law (Exemption from Furnishing Returns and Maintaining Registers by Certain Establishment) Act, 1988 )
Awaiting for your response.
regards
Indra Priyadharshini

From India, Madras
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