Employee Turnover

Employee turnover is a serious problem with regarding to industry. Employee turnover is defined as the rate of change in working staff of a organisation during a definite period. Employee turnover means changing of employees for migrating or employees from one organisation or industry to another. The main reason of employees shifting from one form … More Employee Turnover

Bail

The term bail is derived from a French word bailler which means” to give”. According to legal dictionary, bail is the money or bond put up to secure the release of a person who has been charged with a crime. Where as according to Oxford dictionary bail means, “temporary release of an accused persons awaiting … More Bail

A CONCISE STUDY OF PUNISHMENTS UNDER INDIAN PENAL CODE

The function of the state is to maintain law and order of the society . Administration of justice play an important role in maintaining the peace and social security of the state. According to Salmond , administration of justice means “The maintenance of right with a political community by means of the physical force of … More A CONCISE STUDY OF PUNISHMENTS UNDER INDIAN PENAL CODE

All about Arrest under Criminal Procedure Code.

Introduction: The main objective of the code to administration of Criminal Justice by establishing a peaceful life’s by preventing offence , nuisance and tranquility. Arrest is a very important process in the criminal Procedure Code. Arrest is a measure to deprive a personal liberty by a legal authority. Which means taking a person in legal … More All about Arrest under Criminal Procedure Code.

Case Study : Saurashtra Salt Manufacturing Co. v/s Bai Valu Raja , AIR 1958 SC 881

FACT OF THE CASE: In this case appellant was the employer of salt manufacturing company. He employed both permanent as well as temporary employees. Salt manufacturing situated near a creek opposite to Porbandar town. There was two ways to go to manufacturing company . On over land it takes six to seven miles takes to … More Case Study : Saurashtra Salt Manufacturing Co. v/s Bai Valu Raja , AIR 1958 SC 881

Fear

“Do not fear mistake. You will know failure. Continue to reach out “ – Benjamin Franklin I was the one who always kept things to do later and i always feared try new things. I always have many confusion in mind whether i could do or not , due to this attitude of mine i … More Fear

Res Judicata

Introduction The doctrine of res judicata is very ancient and was accepted by Hindu and Muslim jurist. The term ‘Res’ means, a thing and Judicata means, already decided. Therefore Res Judicata means a thing already decided by a court . The doctrine of res judicata is based on the concept of public policy it promote … More Res Judicata

Understanding the provisions of The Employees Compensation Act, 1923

The Employees Compensation Act deals with provisions relating to payment of compensation to employees. Earlier there when a employee injured or died due to accident during the course of employment the aggrieved party could approach the Civil Court for relief. The relief can only claim if the employee could prove the guilty of the employer. … More Understanding the provisions of The Employees Compensation Act, 1923

ALL ABOUT EMPLOYEES STATE INSURANCE ACT, 1948.

For a long time there was nothing to protect the workmen against the contingency arising out an employment. The main aim of the act was to provide relief for the workman , if any injury caused to him during his employment. This relief also extend to the dependents of workman. Protection against contingency means sickness, … More ALL ABOUT EMPLOYEES STATE INSURANCE ACT, 1948.

EVOLUTION AND CONCEPT OF MARKETING MANAGEMENT

Market is a place where a buyer and seller meet and buyer purchase their products from the seller. Marketing is a process in which the seller promotes his products and increasing the distribution according to the need of customer and provide goods and services to satisfy the customer need. So management of marketing activities is … More EVOLUTION AND CONCEPT OF MARKETING MANAGEMENT

MAINTENANCE OF WIVES.

Maintenance imposes obligation to provide certain basic needs, such as food, clothes, shelter, medical aid etc… without which a person can not survive. Maintenance has been defined under section 3(b) of Hindu Adoption and maintenance Act. Under the act all the basic requirement that a person needs to survive is defined along with the reasonable … More MAINTENANCE OF WIVES.