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Supreme Court: Allow GGIPU Delhi to take law admission through CLAT 2019

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The Supreme Court allow Guru Gobind Singh IP University to take law admission for this academic year can take place through the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) 2019.

A vacation bench of Apex Court comprising Justices Arun Mishra and M R Shah said this while hearing a petition filed by the GGSIPU challenging the Delhi High Court order which had stayed the operation of an order and circular issued in February 2019 mandating the varsity to take admission in law courses through CLAT.

The GGIPU was represented by Solicitor General Tushar Mehta along with Advocate Ekta Sikri, while the respondent was represented by Senior Advocate PS Patwalia.

The counsel appearing for self financing educational institutions association said students will have to suffer if admissions to law courses were made only through CLAT as the last date for applying for CLAT was already over.

"Nobody will suffer. CLAT means CLAT," the bench observed.
"Ask you junior to behave properly in the court," the bench said, adding, "What is this happening? We will initiate contempt... Is this a 'Sabzi Mandi' (vegetable market)? A senior counsel is arguing and he (junior lawyer) is shouting from behind".

The Directorate of Higher Education of Delhi government had issued an order on February 11 permitting the GGSIPU to adopt National Level Tests for admission to several courses, including LLB and LLM, for 2019-20.
Source: Barandbench, livelaw

CALL FOR PAPERS-Delhi Journal of Contemporary Law. Submission Deadline- 31st July, 2019

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Delhi Journal of Contemporary Law is an Online Journal of Law Centre II, Faculty of Law, University of Delhi. It is a Peer-Reviewed Annual Law publication. The Journal provides an opportunity to legal academicians, research scholars, judges, jurists, legal practitioners to publish original work on important contemporary areas of law. It aims to promote discussions and awareness on current debates on law and public policy. The Editorial Board of Delhi Journal of Contemporary Law invites Articles/ Research Papers, Notes and Comments for its second volume in 2019.


Contemporary Law issues

Submission guidelines

  • Articles shall beof above 4000 words (excluding footnotes and abstract).
  • Notes and Comments shall not be exceeding 4000 words (excluding footnotes and abstract).
  • All articles and notes and comments should provide a brief abstract.

Originality of Manuscripts

All the contributions should be the original work of the contributors and must not have been submitted for publication in any other journal.

Cover Letter

A cover letter with the name of the author and address, designation, institution/affiliation, the title of the manuscript and contact information (email, phone
etc.) has to be provided.

How to Submit

All submissions are to be made to the following mail id:

Submission Deadline

  31st July, 2019
For full detailsclick here.

Legal JOB : Advocate @ Employees’ Provident Fund Organisation (EPFO): Apply by June 14

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About the organisation
The Employees’ Provident Fund Organisation, is an organization tasked to assist the Central Board of Trustees, a statutory body formed by the Employees’ Provident Fund and Miscellaneous Provisions Act, 1952 and is under the administrative control of the Ministry of Labour and 
About the organisation
The Employees’ Provident Fund Organisation, is an organization tasked to assist the Central Board of Trustees, a statutory body formed by the Employees’ Provident Fund and Miscellaneous Provisions Act, 1952 and is under the administrative control of the Ministry of Labour and Employment, Government of India.
Job description
Advocate for the panel year 2019-2021.
Number of Vacancies
1 (one)
Ahmadabad, Gujrat, India
Qualification and experience for conducting cases in all the courts of Gujarat state:
Be enrolled/ registered as an advocate with the State Bar Council.
Have a minimum, relevant experience of Ten years of handling Civil, Criminal, Service, Labour, Arbitration matters and other cases with a fair knowledge of Labour laws with special reference to Employees’ Provident Funds and Miscellaneous Provisions Act, 1952 (E.P.F. and M.P. Act. 1952).
How to apply?
Eligible practising advocate must submit the application in the format prescribed in Annexure “A” and Annexure “B” enclosed in the official notification, along with all supporting documents in a sealed envelope to:
Regional Provident Fund Commissioner- l, Zonal Office, Employees’ Provident Fund Organisation, Office of The Additional Central P. F. Commissioner (Hq), Gujarat, Ahmedabad, Bhavishya Nidhi Bhawan, Nr. lncome Tax Circle, Ashram Road, Ahmedabad – 380 014.
The envelope should be superscripted as “Application for Empanelment of Advocate for Panel year 2019-2021 for Gujrat High Court/CAT/CGIT/NCLT/DCDRF/SCDRC/Other Courts”.
The last date of receiving of Applications in the prescribed format along with supporting documents is 14th June 2019, till 15.00 hours.
Application for empanelment at EPFO does not confer any right/assurance whatsoever, to an applicant that he/she will be empanelled on the panel of EPFO. Letters to advocates confirming their empanelment will be issued by EPFO separately.
The official notification is here.

Supreme Court Weekly 1-13 May, 2019

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Supreme Court Weekly 1-13 May, 2019

1. Poonam Bai V. State of Chhatisgarh

A Dying Declaration Is Not Invalid Merely Because It Was Not Certified By A Doctor 

The Bench of Supreme Court comprising of Justice N.V.Ramana, Justice Mohan.M.Shantanagoudar and Justice S. Abdul Nazeer 

2. Rashmi Chopra vs. State of UP 

Section 498A IPC: Complaint Need Not Be Filed By The Woman Subjected To Cruelty Herself

The Supreme Court held that the Section 498A of the Indian Penal Code does not contemplate that complaint for offence under Section 498A should be filed only by women, who is subjected to cruelty by husband or his relative.

3. Rajbir Surajbhan Singh V. Chairman, IBPS Mumbai

Writ Petition Not Maintainable Against Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS)

The Supreme Court held that the Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) is not a 'State' and thus not amenable to writ jurisdiction of the High Court or the Supreme Court. Upholding the Bombay High Court judgment, the bench comprising Justice L. Nageswara Rao and Justice MR Shah observed that conducting recruitment tests for appointment in banking and other financial institutions, is not a public duty.

4. Ganesan V. The commissioner, TN Hindu Religious and Charitable Endowments Board

The Supreme Court observed that the suits, appeals and applications referred to in the Limitation Act, 1963 are suits, appeals and applications which are to be filed in a Court, and not before a statutory authority. The bench comprising Justice Ashok Bhushan and Justice KM Joseph held that the 'Commissioner' under Hindu Religious Endowment Charitable Act, 1959 while hearing the appeal under Section 69 of Act, is not a 'Court' within the meaning of the Limitation Act.

5. Hindustan Sanitaryware and Industries Ltd. V. The State of Haryana

The Supreme Court held that the categorization of unskilled employees as semiskilled and semi-skilled as skilled on the basis of their experience in the notification issued for fixing/revising the minimum rates of wages is beyond jurisdiction of Government.

6. S. K. Miglant V. State NCT of Delhi
The Supreme Court observed that a public servant working in a nationalized bank cannot claim benefit of Sanction under Section 197 of the Criminal Procedure Code. To hold thus, the bench comprising Justice Ashok Bhushan and Justice KM Joseph relied on a 1987 judgment of the Supreme Court in K.CH. Prasad Vs. J. Vanalatha Devi.

7. N. Ramamurthy V. State

The Supreme Court set aside a High Court judgment which applied principles governing suspension of conviction to reject a plea seeking suspension of execution of sentence. The Apex Court bench comprising Justice Abhay Manohar Sapre and Justice Dinesh Maheshwari observed that the High Court erred in observing that sentence comes to 45 years of imprisonment. It noted that the sentences were ordered to run concurrently by the Trial Court and hence, the maximum period of imprisonment is 7 years apart from certain default stipulations, which would come in operation only if the fine is not paid.

8. Union of India V. Dharam Pal

The Supreme Court observed that solitary confinement of a person sentenced to death prior to the rejection of mercy petition is palpably illegal. The bench comprising Justice NV Ramana, Justice Mohan M. Shantanagoudar and Justice S. Abdul Nazeer upheld the Punjab and Haryana High Court judgment that had commuted death sentence awarded to a murder accused whose mercy petition was rejected by the President of India in 2013.

9. Federation of Obstetrics and Gynecological Societies of India V. Union of India

The Supreme Court upheld the Constitutional Validity of Sections 23(1) and 23(2) of the Pre-conception and Pre-natal Diagnostic Techniques (Prohibition of Sex Selection) Act, 1994 . 

10. Federation of Obstetrics and Gynecological Societies of India V. Union of India

The Supreme Court observed that giving preference to male child is violative of Article 39A of the constitution and against mandate of Article 51A (e) which casts a Constitutional duty on citizens to renounce practices derogatory to the dignity of women. While upholding the constitutional validity of Section 23 of the Pre-conception and Pre-natal Diagnostic Techniques (Prohibition of Sex Selection) Act, 1994, the bench comprising Justice Arun Mishra and Justice Vineet Saran observed that that female foeticide is most inhumane,immoral and anti-social act.

11. Bhivchandra Shankar More vs. Balu Gangaram More

The Supreme Court observed that the right of appeal under Section 96(2) CPC is a statutory right and the defendant cannot be deprived of the statutory right of appeal merely on the ground that the application filed by him under Order IX Rule 13 CPC [to set aside ex-parte decree] has been dismissed.

12. Tejaswini Gaud vs. Shekhar Jagdish Prasad Tewari
Writ Of Habeas Corpus Can Be Issued When The Detention Of A Minor Is By A Person Who Is Not Entitled To His Legal Custody

Beemaneni Maha Lakshmi vs. Gangumalla Appa Rao

Specific Performance: Plea Of Hardship Cannot Be Raised If Not Pleaded In Written Statement 

13. Lal Bahadur Gautam V. State of U.P.

Everyone has to be responsible and careful in what they present to the Court, said the Supreme Court while reiterating that a lawyer demeans himself if he acts merely as a mouthpiece of his client. This observation was made by a bench comprising Justice Arun Mishra and Justice Navin Sinha on Wednesday while allowing an appeal filed by a lecturer in a private unaided college affiliated to the Chaudhary Charan Singh University.

14. Sasikala Pushpa V. State of Tamil Nadu

The Supreme Court quashed a criminal case lodged against expelled AIADMK Leader and Member of Parliament Sasikala Pushpa and her husband with respect to the alleged forgery committed by them in signing the Vakalatnama.

15. SBI V M/s Jah Developers Pvt. Ltd
The Supreme Court observed that a borrower has no right to be represented by a lawyer before the In-House Committee of banks constituted for the purpose of determining whether he is a willful defaulter or not. The bench comprising Justice Rohinton Fali Nariman and Justice Vineet Saran set aside a Delhi High Court judgment that held that a lawyer has the right to represent his client before such in-house committees.

16. Karnataka Housing Board V. K.A. Nagamani
The Supreme Court held that a Revision Petition before the National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission [NCDRC] is not maintainable against an order passed by the State Consumer Commission in execution proceedings. The bench comprising Justice UU Lalit and Justice Indu Malhotra observed that orders passed for enforcement of the final order in the Consumer dispute, cannot be construed to be orders passed in the 'consumer dispute'.

17. B K Pavitra V. Union of India
The Supreme Court upheld the Constitutional validity of the Karnataka Extension of Consequential Seniority to Government Servants Promoted on the Basis of Reservation (to the Posts in the Civil Services of the State) Act 2018. The said enactment provided for consequential seniority to persons belonging to the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes promoted under the reservation policy of the State of Karnataka.

18. B K Pavitra V. Union of India

In its judgment upholding the 2018 Karnataka Law granting reservation in promotion for staffs belonging to Scheduled-Caste and Scheduled-Tribe communities, the Supreme Court observed SC-ST Reservations are the true fulfilment of effective and substantive equality by accounting for the structural conditions into which people are born.

LEGAL JOB POST: Legal Consultant @ Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment, Delhi: Apply by May 27

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About the organisation

The Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment is a Government of India ministry.
It is responsible for welfare, social justice and empowerment of disadvantaged and marginalised sections of society, including scheduled castes, Other Backward Classes, the disabled, the elderly, and the victims of drug abuse.

Job description

Legal Consultant for Court Cases

Number of Vacancies

2 (two)


Delhi, India


LLB with three years of relevant Legal experience in Government Sector.


Rs 52,000/month

How to apply?

Interested candidates may apply in enclosed pro forma may be addressed to Under Secretary (Admin.), Department of Empowerment of Persons with Disabilities, Room No.2, Ground Floor, B-4 Wing, Deen Dayal Antyodaya Bhawan, CGO Complex, Lodhi Road, New Delhi – 110003.
Deadline: 27th May 2019

For official notification, click here.

BA in Law and Politics @ Ambedkar University Delhi [Karampura Campus]: Apply by June 24

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About AU Delhi 
Ambedkar University Delhi, formerly Bharat Ratna Dr. B. R. Ambedkar University and often referred to as Ambedkar University Delhi or simply AUD is a state university established by the Government of the NCT of Delhi through an Act of the Delhi Legislature. The University began functioning in August 2008.
About the BA in Law and Politics 
The BA programme in Law and Politics at AUD introduces students to the dynamism of the legal and political field, which extends beyond the study of formal institutions.
It will explicate the productive entanglement of law and politics and the manner in which they co-constitute and generate each other.
The undergraduate programmes at AUD offer students a wide choice of courses.
Tuition fee of Rs.1,44,000/- (@Rs. 1500/- per credit i.e. Rs. 24000/- per semester) + Rs.5000/- (one-time, refundable caution deposit) + Rs.500/- per semester for student welfare fund.
If a student opts for extra credits, an additional fee of Rs.1500/- per credit will have to be paid. Partial/Full fee waiver and scholarships are available.
Full fee waiver of tuition fee will be extended to students belonging to SC/ST/PwD categories.
The candidate must have passed the class XII or an equivalent examination from a recognised Board and secured the minimum cut-off marks prescribed by the University.
Total number of seats: 50 seats at Karampura Campus
Admission details
The selection will be based on merit on the basis of the marks obtained in class XII, which will not include any vocational subject.
Reservations norms of Government of NCT of Delhi will apply.
Location: SLGC is housed at AUD’s Karampura campus
Application Fees: Rs. 390/- and Rs. 150/- (for SC/ST/PwD) per programme.
Important dates
Online Application: 2 May 2019 – 24 June 2019.
Important links
 More Details  click here.
The application form will be available here.

LEGAL JOB VACANCY: Assistant Director (Law) @ Serious Fraud Investigation Office [Various Locations]: Apply by June 9

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About the organisation

The Serious Fraud Investigation Office (SFIO) is a multi-disciplinary organization under Ministry of Corporate Affairs, consisting of experts in the field of accountancy, forensic auditing, law, information technology, investigation, company law, capital market and taxation for detecting and prosecuting or recommending for prosecution white-collar crimes/frauds.

Job description

Assistant Director (Law)
Number of Vacancies
2 (two)


The location can be any of the following: Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Hyderabad, Kolkata


Officers from the Central Government/State Government/Union Territories/Public Sector Undertaking/Autonomous/Statutory Bodies:

Holding analogous post on regular basis in the parent cadre or department.
With two years’ service in the grade rendered after appointment thereto on a regular basis in level 7 in a pay matrix or equivalent to the parent cadre or department.
With six years’ service in the grade rendered after appointment thereto on a regular basis in level 6 in a pay matrix or equivalent to the parent cadre or department.
  1. Graduate in a discipline plus Bachelor’s degree in Law from a recognised university or institute plus one year experience in handling litigation and court matters/administration of Law in a Government Organisation; or
  2. Integrated Graduate in Law (five years’duration) from a recognised university or institute plus two years’ experience in handling litigation and court matters/administration of law in a Government Organisation.


Level 8 (Rs 78,800-Rs. 2,09,200) in the pay matrix

How to apply?

Applications from eligible officers in the prescribed proforma (in duplicate) may be forwarded through proper channel to the Director, Serious Fraud Investigation Office, 2nd floor, Pt. Deendayal Antyodaya Bhawan, CGO Complex, Lodhi Road, New Delhi within 60 days from the date of publication of this advertisement in the Employment News along with photocopies of up to date ACRs/APARS for the last 5 years, duly attested (on each page) by an officer of the level of Under Secretary or above, Vigilance Clearance Certificate, Integrity Certificate and the Certificate of the major/minor penalty imposed on the officer during the last 10 years of his service.
The Cadre Controlling Authority may also kindly certify to the effect that the particulars furnished by the officer have been verified and found correct.
Applicants who applied for the above posts in response to the earlier advertisement may if otherwise eligible, apply afresh.
The last date for receipt of applications is 09.06.2019.
The official link is here.
The extension notice is here.

Internship Programme 2019-20 in the Department of Commerce at IIFT Last date to Apply 25th May

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Department of Commerce, The Indian Institute of Foreign Trade has decided to engage Interns for the Internship Programme 2019-20 in the field of Trade Economics and Law. The Interns would be engaged for a period of one year on a purely contractual basis .


LL.B. and higher qualifications from recognized Law Schools

Essential Qualification

Applicants must have basic computational skills of MS office, SPS and E-Views from the reputed academic institutions.


Rs.40,000/- per month (consolidated)


1 year on a contractual basis.

How to Apply

Applicant should apply online by clicking here


The last date of receipt of application is 25th May, 2019.
Important links
For full details, click here.
For website link  click here.

Legal JOB Vacancy: Research Associates/Professionals/Experts @ Competition Commission of India, Delhi: Apply by June 14

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About the organisation
Competition Commission of India is a statutory body of the Government of India responsible for enforcing The Competition Act, 2002 throughout India and to prevent activities that have an appreciable adverse effect on competition in India. It was established on 14 October 2003.
Job description
Research Associates/Professionals/Experts in the Department of Law

Research Associates/Professionals/Experts are initially required for a period of one year which can be further extended as per requirements.
Delhi, India
Degree of LL.B or equivalent from a recognized University and/or Institute in India or abroad, recognized by the Bar Council of India.
Qualified to be registered as an advocate in any State Bar Council in India in terms of Advocate’s Act,1961.
Experience in judicial or legal work, in Supreme Court, High Court or any other court, government or a Regulatory Authority or a Tribunal or any similar forum; Or
Professor/Reader/Lecturer of Law of any recognized University/Professional Institute of India or abroad with specialization in
teaching competition law; Or
Legal Manager or above in the Corporate sector having experience of handling acquisitions, mergers and amalgamations etc., under competition law.
How to apply?
Applications along with copies of supporting documents (viz. educational qualification and experience) may be sent to the Deputy Director (HR), H.R. Division, Competition Commission of India, 8th Floor, Office Block–1, Kidwai Nagar (East), New
Delhi – 110023, India.
The last date for receipt of application in CCI is 14.06.2019.
The official link is here.


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