Police Clearance Certificate

A Police Clearance Certificate (PCC) is an official record given to a person by the Indian Police or an approved Indian Government official. It recognizes any criminal records that an individual may have against their name and, gives a clearance certificate if such records are clear which, might be needed for Indian or foreign nationals who are residing or have resided in India. An Indian PCC does not have the time of legitimacy supported on the declaration. For the most part, it is legitimate for a half year. It should further be noted that a PCC is given uniquely to people who are more than 18 years of age.

Recounting the idea of Indian constitutionalism through judicial precedents

The constitution is nothing but a document of aspiration which cannot be taken away as it emerges from the concept of society and every society needs law. The primary function of law is to provide justice and balance between the various groups in society. “Constitutionalism has one essential quality: it is a legal limitation on the government; it is the antithesis of the arbitrary rule; its opposite is despotic government, the government of will instead of law.”

“Implementation of PC-PNDT Act: Issues and Challenges”

Author: Sharlin Puppal 9th Semester, 5th year MNLU Mumbai Introduction Discrimination against women in Indian society is persistent traditionally for centuries. There are various issues faced by the female gender which is reflected in every stage of their life, which has been manifested in the form of sex selection, abortion, female infanticide, discrimination girl child …

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