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    Legal Problem Adoption Programme (Legal Awareness/Legal Aid Clinic /Case Study on Legal Issue ) BA-LLB | BBA-LLB | B.Com.-LLB I Sem , BA-LLB | BBA-LLB | B.Com.-LLB II Sem , BA-LLB | BBA-LLB | B.Com.-LLB III Sem, BA-LLB | BBA-LLB | B.Com.-LLB IV Sem
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  • SHIPRA CHAUHAN 3310 Hrs 59 Min 33 Sec

    Name-#shipra Chauhan Enrollment-#jv-i/17/1379 Course-#BALLB,9th semester Topic-#women right law #jayoti vidyapeeth womens university, jaipur In India, there is no paucity of laws for women. Our Constitution provides exclusive rights to women for their protection and development. Furthermore, IPC, CrPC and Evidence Act are also active when it comes to women and their protection. We have some special laws as well for effective implementation of the rights of women against abuse, Harassment, violence, inequality etc. against them such as the Protection of Women from Domestic violence Act, 2005; the Immoral Traffic (Prevention) Act, 1956; the Dowry Prohibition Act, 1961; the Indecent Representation of Women (Prohibition) Act, 1986; the Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (PREVENTION, PROHIBITION and REDRESSAL) Act, 2013; the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 etc. Every woman is entitled to the right against Domestic Violence with her by virtue of the enactment of the Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act in 2005. Domestic Violence includes within its ambit not only Physical abuse but also mental, sexual and economic abuse

  • RITU RANJAN 3311 Hrs 17 Min 49 Sec

    #Ritu ranjan Jv-i/17/1552 B.com LLB(9th sem) j#jayoti vidyapeeth womens University Topic- womens tight law Women rights are very important for everyone all over the world. It does not just benefit her but every member of society. When women get equal rights, the world can progress together with everyone playing an essential role.If there weren’t any women rights, women wouldn’t have been allowed to do something as basic as a vote. Further, it is a game-changer for those women who suffer from gender defamation. Women rights are important as it gives women the opportunity to get an education and earn in life. It makes them independent which is essential for every woman on earth. Thus, we must all make sure women rights are implemented everywhere. Women’s rights are the essential human rights that the United Nations enshrined for every human being on the earth nearly 70 years ago. These rights include a lot of rights including the rights to live free from violence, slavery, and discrimination. In addition to the right to education, own property; vote and to earn a fair and equal wage. There are various laws made especially for women in india Protection of Women from Domestic violence Act, 2005; the Immoral Traffic (Prevention) Act, 1956; the Dowry Prohibition Act, 1961; the Indecent Representation of Women (Prohibition) Act, 1986; the Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (PREVENTION, PROHIBITION and REDRESSAL) Act, 2013; the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 etc.

  • MANISHA 3311 Hrs 17 Min 57 Sec

    Name-#Manisha Enrollment-#jv-i/17/1470 Course-#BA.LLB,9th semester Topic name-#rights and laws for women leads equity. Gender equality, also known as sexual equality or equality of the sexes, is the state of equal ease of access to resources and opportunities regardless of gender, including economic participation and decision-making; and the state of valuing different behaviors, aspirations and needs equally, regardless of gender.Gender equality by 2030 requires urgent action to eliminate the many root causes of discrimination that still curtail women’s rights in private and public spheres. For example, discriminatory laws need to change and legislation adopted to proactively advance equality. Yet 49 countries still lack laws protecting women from domestic violence, while 39 bar equal inheritance rights for daughters and sons. Eliminating gender-based violence is a priority, given that this is one of the most pervasive human rights violations in the world today. Based on data from 87 countries, 1 in 5 women and girls under the age of 50 will have experienced physical and/or sexual violence by an intimate partner within the last 12 months. Harmful practices, such as child marriage,steal the childhood of 15 million girls under age 18 every year. Women do 2.6 times more unpaid care and domestic work than men. While families, societies and economies depend on this work, for women, it leads lower earnings and less time to engage in non-work activities. In addition to equal distribution of economic resources, which is not only a right, but accelerates development in multiple areas, there needs to be a fair balance of responsibility for unpaid care work between men and women. Sexual and reproductive rights are critical in their own right. Shortfalls in these multiply other forms of discrimination, depriving women of education and decent work, for example. Yet only 52 per cent of women married or in a union freely make their own decisions about sexual relations, contraceptive use and health care. artical 14 prohibited of discrimination on ground of cate, ex, place,of birth , race and religion. employment we need to empowrment of womens and concerntrate on areas which are the most crucial to her well being. that is artical 15 (30 empowrs states to make any special provision for womens and children. the artical 14,15,16 inn india constitution while articale 14 enchirins core promise of quility . article an exception to equility rule for the benefit of women in womens rights law.

  • RITU RANJAN 3311 Hrs 17 Min 59 Sec

    #Ritu ranjan Jv-i/17/1552 B.com LLB(9th sem) j#jayoti vidyapeeth womens University Topic- womens tight law Women rights are very important for everyone all over the world. It does not just benefit her but every member of society. When women get equal rights, the world can progress together with everyone playing an essential role.If there weren’t any women rights, women wouldn’t have been allowed to do something as basic as a vote. Further, it is a game-changer for those women who suffer from gender defamation. Women rights are important as it gives women the opportunity to get an education and earn in life. It makes them independent which is essential for every woman on earth. Thus, we must all make sure women rights are implemented everywhere. Women’s rights are the essential human rights that the United Nations enshrined for every human being on the earth nearly 70 years ago. These rights include a lot of rights including the rights to live free from violence, slavery, and discrimination. In addition to the right to education, own property; vote and to earn a fair and equal wage. There are various laws made especially for women in india Protection of Women from Domestic violence Act, 2005; the Immoral Traffic (Prevention) Act, 1956; the Dowry Prohibition Act, 1961; the Indecent Representation of Women (Prohibition) Act, 1986; the Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (PREVENTION, PROHIBITION and REDRESSAL) Act, 2013; the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 etc.

  • VIDHI PAL 3312 Hrs 09 Min 34 Sec

    #kanchan gour #jv-u/17/1154 bballb(9th sem) #jyoti vidyapeeth womens university #topic- womens rights law- womens right slaw is an a equality economical and social freedom and right of law the provide the womens rights to the india the united nation adopted to universal declaration of hum,an rights on 10 decmber 1948 wich proclaimds that all human beings are boarn free an equal right to dignity. the history of equal legal rugght for human has travalled an uneven road in the united states . for example in a major dicision the supreme court ruled that the women have no right to practice law beacaue law that is iqual protection of law in india -artical 14 prohibited of discrimination on ground of cate, ex, place,of birth , race and religion. employment we need to empowrment of womens and concerntrate on areas which are the most crucial to her well being. that is artical 15 (30 empowrs states to make any special provision for womens and children. the artical 14,15,16 inn india constitution while articale 14 enchirins core promise of quility . article an exception to equility rule for the benefit of women in womens rights law.

  • ARCHANA CHOUDHARY 3312 Hrs 14 Min 31 Sec

    healthy habits that prevent the infectious disease are as following ; we should not share our lunchbox with others to avoid contact with the infected person. we should always use mask .we should not shake our hands with others who are infected .also we should not share our comb and clothes with others who are unhealthy one.many healthcare programmes are being run by the government to keep the peopl free from these kinds of diseases .washrooms should be cleaned on the regular basis to avoid dirt and free from infection .we should wash our hands before having meal or anything .proper precautions should we take while going outside .we should not szeeze directly on the others.we should also use sanitizers on regular basis.

  • VIDHI PAL 3312 Hrs 22 Min 23 Sec

    #kanchan gour #jv-u/17/1154 bballb (9th sem) #jyoti vidyapeeth womens university #topic -womens rights law that is equaility economical and social freedom and right of law that provide womans rights to the rights in india the united nation adopted te universal declaration of Human rights on 10 December 1948 which proclaims that all human beings are born free and equal right to dignity. The history of equal legal right for women has travalled an uneven road in the united states. for example, in a major decision the supreme court ruled that women have no right to practice law because the natural and proper timidity and delicacy of female sex unfit women and to many occupation of civil life. Fundamental right to equality before law that is equal protection of laws in India-Article 14 Prohibition of discrimination on grounds of caste, sex ,place of birth , race and religion. However article 15 (3) empowers state to make any special provision for womens and children - Article 15 Equality of opportunity in matters of public employment. we need to empowerment of women and concentrate on areas which are the most crucial to her well being . Womens empowerment economic , social, pl ,is vital to growth of any nation and to protect and natural human rights the female gender is the victim of ancient law and modern law,of mythology and all religions.right to equality defined in article 14,15,16 in indian constitution. while article 14 enshrines core promise of equality,article 15(3) provides an exception to equality rule for the benefit of women.

  • GUNJAN VERMA 3312 Hrs 30 Min 32 Sec

    . #Gunjan Verma #jv-i/20/4073 BA.LLB (3 SEM ) #Jayoti Vidhyapeeth womens University # topic=Exclusive rights and laws for women leads to equality, economic, and social freedom. women rights in India The United Nations adopted the Universal declaration of Human rights on 10 December 1948 which proclaims that all human beings are born free and equal right to dignity. The history of equal legal right for women has travalled an uneven road in the united states. for example, in a major decision the supreme court ruled that women have no right to practice law because the natural and proper timidity and delicacy of female sex unfit women and to many occupation of civil life. Fundamental right to equality before law that is equal protection of laws in India-Article 14 Prohibition of discrimination on grounds of caste, sex ,place of birth , race and religion. However article 15 (3) empowers state to make any special provision for womens and children - Article 15 Equality of opportunity in matters of public employment. we need to empowerment of women and concentrate on areas which are the most crucial to her well being . Womens empowerment economic , social, pl ,is vital to growth of any nation and to protect and natural human rights

  • BHAGYASHRI PUROHIT 3312 Hrs 32 Min 53 Sec

    #Bhagyashri purohit#jv-i/20/4072#BA-LLB(3rd sem)#jayoti vidyapeeth womens university# man and woman are two pilars of the social structure. their roles,duties and rights are complementary and supplementary towards each other. if one of the pillars is weak,the other cannot bear the burden of society and the whole structure of the society shall demolish man shouldnt exploit ,the woman. customs should be differentiated from the religion. because the religion gives equal status to the woman with man and customs give more duties to the woman than man. gender jurisprudence is new ordering of society to emancipate and liberate woman from the shackles of ancient law, traditions and customs where by the new claims, interests and needs of the women are promoted and readjusted through law with men folk on a footing of equality, dignity and non exploitation . the female gender is the victim of ancient law and modern law,of mythology and all religions.right to equality defined in article 14,15,16 in indian constitution. while article 14 enshrines core promise of equality,article 15(3) provides an exception to equality rule for the benefit of women.

  • MALVIKA CHAUDHARY 3312 Hrs 36 Min 57 Sec

    jv-i/17/1457 malvika chaudhary The patriarchal culture has kept women in subordinate positions in all the spheres of life, from political decision making spheres to family circles. Empowering women and raising awareness of women and men on women’s rights contributes to limiting the power of gender stereotypes that prevent women from participating fully in the social, professional and public life and deprives them from their full citizenship. Marginalization, violence and discrimination committed against women is not a fatality, the feminine nature does not exist but is just a male invention to keep women out of the history. IFE-EFI focuses on influencing the balance of power in favor of women by ensuring equal participation of women in all decision making spheres, but also by striving to change the mentalities. Organizing, co-organizing and participating in campaigns, conferences, seminars, roundtables as a part of the global feminist movement. Making connections with diverse parts of the democratic and social movements. Strengthening of cooperation between female politicians and feminist movement. Strengthening of cooperation between lobby and grassroots organizations, between academics and practitioners. Contributing to the mobilization and sensibilization of the general public regarding gender equality and women´s rights through feminist popular education

  • YAVNIKA LATA 3312 Hrs 37 Min 27 Sec

    Yavnika lata#BBA-LLB(3SEM)#Jayoti vidyapeeth womens university#JV-I/20/4081 All the history attests that man has subjugated woman to his will, used her as a means to promote his self gartofication to minister to his sensual pleasurwes to be instrumental in promoting his comfort but never has he desired to elevate ger to that rank she was credited to fill . he has done all he could to debase and enslave her min and he looks triumphantly on yhe ruin he was wrought . Human trafficking is considered a modern form of slavery. This illegal act involves the use of force, fraud, or coercion to obtain labor or sex. Traffickers use violence, manipulation, or false promises to lure their victims into trafficking situations. Trafficking victims usually experience physical and/or psychological abuse. They might also endure sexual abuse, food and sleep deprivation, threats to family members, and isolation from the outside world. Family members of the victim may also get threatened. Equal Remuneration Act: This ensures payment of equal remuneration to both men and women workers for the same work or work of a similar nature. In the context of recruitment and service conditions, there will be no discrimination on the basis of gender. Family Courts Act: It provides for the establishment of Family Courts for speedy settlement of family disputes. Legal Services Authorities Act: This provides for free legal services to Indian women. Hindu Marriage Act Women have a right against domestic violence Section 498 of the Indian Constitution looks to protect a wife, female live-in partner or a woman living in a household like a mother or a sister from domestic violence (including verbal, economic, emotional and sexual) by the hands of a husband, male live-in partner or relatives. . Female sexual assault victims have the right to keep their identity anonymous . Women have the right to get free legal aid Under the Legal Services Authorities Act, female rape victims have the right to get free legal aid or help from the Legal Services Authority who has to arrange a lawyer for her.

  • KM AYUSHI SINGH 3312 Hrs 39 Min 05 Sec

    jv-i/17/1436 Ayushi Singh BA-LLB 9th sem 1.green environment 2.women empowerment 3.daily yoga and sports 4.regular class 5.CDA activities.

  • PALAK PAREEK 3312 Hrs 39 Min 14 Sec

    # Yavnika lata#BBA-LLB(3SEM)#Jayoti vidyapeeth womens university#JV-I/20/4081 All the history attests that man has subjugated woman to his will, used her as a means to promote his self gartofication to minister to his sensual pleasurwes to be instrumental in promoting his comfort but never has he desired to elevate ger to that rank she was credited to fill . he has done all he could to debase and enslave her min and he looks triumphantly on yhe ruin he was wrought . Human trafficking is considered a modern form of slavery. This illegal act involves the use of force, fraud, or coercion to obtain labor or sex. Traffickers use violence, manipulation, or false promises to lure their victims into trafficking situations. Trafficking victims usually experience physical and/or psychological abuse. They might also endure sexual abuse, food and sleep deprivation, threats to family members, and isolation from the outside world. Family members of the victim may also get threatened. Equal Remuneration Act: This ensures payment of equal remuneration to both men and women workers for the same work or work of a similar nature. In the context of recruitment and service conditions, there will be no discrimination on the basis of gender. Family Courts Act: It provides for the establishment of Family Courts for speedy settlement of family disputes. Legal Services Authorities Act: This provides for free legal services to Indian women. Hindu Marriage Act Women have a right against domestic violence Section 498 of the Indian Constitution looks to protect a wife, female live-in partner or a woman living in a household like a mother or a sister from domestic violence (including verbal, economic, emotional and sexual) by the hands of a husband, male live-in partner or relatives. . Female sexual assault victims have the right to keep their identity anonymous . Women have the right to get free legal aid Under the Legal Services Authorities Act, female rape victims have the right to get free legal aid or help from the Legal Services Authority who has to arrange a lawyer for her.

  • NEELAM NATHAWAT 3312 Hrs 40 Min 49 Sec

    #NeelamNathawat#Scholorno-202261#BBALLB(3sem)#jayotiVidhyapeetWomansUniversityJaipur# Exclusive rights and laws leads women to equality, economic and social freedom, human rights are womens rights and womens rights are human rights, once and for all - hillary clinton Unfortunately, many of the women do not know their rights. On the grounds of gender equality, here are some rights an indian woman holds in India - 1. Women have the right to equal pay - According to the provisions listed under the equal remuneration act, one cannot be discriminated on the basis of sex when it comes to salary, pay or wages. Working women have the right to draw an equal salary, as compared to men. The Constitution not only grants equality to women, but also empowers the State to adopt measures of positive discrimination in favour of women. goal of this Policy is to bring about the advancement, development and empowerment of women. The Policy will be widely disseminated so as to encourage active participation of all stakeholders for achieving its goals. Specifically, the objectives of this Policy include (i) Creating an environment through positive economic and social policies for full development of women to enable them to realize their full potential (ii) The de-jure and de-facto enjoyment of all human rights and fundamental freedom by women on equal basis with men in all spheres – political, economic, social, cultural and civil (iii) Equal access to participation and decision making of women in social, political and economic life of the nation

  • KM AYUSHI SINGH 3312 Hrs 40 Min 50 Sec

    jv-i/17/1436 Ayushi Singh BA-LLB 9th sem The Opportunities & Challenges for Digitial Learning during the Third Wave of Corona. Online learning has expanded exponentially in the last year due to Covid-19. Without this push, a complete shift might have been a far-off possibility in the future. With the number of internet users increasing rapidly in India, online learning can emerge as a potential alternative to traditional education but only through proper planning and execution by the government. With the numerous opportunities available with online education, many educationists have found it to become the preferred mode of learning in the future. Some of the opportunities brought forward by online learning in the present pandemic situation include: 1. Students can avail learning resources from anywhere in the world. 2. Virtual classrooms can impart quality education while avoiding the risk of the spread of Covid-19, which is of utmost importance in the present. 3. Students from rural areas do not need to travel long distances within the country or abroad in order to study in a good institution if they can avail online learning opportunities, thus cutting down costs. But, to do the same, they would require a good network connection as well as access to proper educational technology. Nevertheless, it would be imperceptive to believe that online education poses no challenges. Poor internet connectivity, absence of human connection, lack of opportunities for collaborating learning, supervision of teachers, a decline of hands-on learning, and poor assessment of examinations are some of the trials and tribulations online education platforms face. This does not take away the fact that the quick succession of online learning has been a savior. While online learning opens up a range of new opportunities for imparting education, it comes with its own share of challenges as well. India still needs to go a long way in order to make online learning available to all the students in the country through proper developments in this regard

  • KM AYUSHI SINGH 3312 Hrs 42 Min 12 Sec

    jv-i/17/1436 Ayushi Singh BA-LLB 9th sem ather was a sculpture and had a shop. He never made big profits from the shop but still, he continued with that. In his free time, Father used to teach his young son the art of sculpture. While teaching the art, his father also thought him about work ethics and about faith one should have in his work. He told his son, we are not able to sell as many sculptures as we wanted. But remember one day our work will reach the right people and that day there will be no looking back. As time pass by, his son learned the complete art of sculpturing. He was helping his father along with his studies. Other Sculptures in the area closed their shops and went for other jobs. They used to advise the father, “Leave this work and look for any other source of income. You will never earn from this.” But the father continued selling the sculptures

  • ANJALI PRAJAPAT 3312 Hrs 47 Min 45 Sec

    #NeelamNathawat#Scholorno-202261#BBALLB(3sem)#jayotiVidhyapeetWomansUniversityJaipur#Civil and political rights No one shall be held in slavery or servitude(Aet.4)No one shall be subjected to torcher or crulety in human or regarding and punishment(Art.5) Everyone has the right of recogenitoin everyone as a person before by law (Art.6)Everyone has the right to an effective remedy by the commpitient national tribunal for Acts voilating fundamental rights of the constitution.This will make provisions that there is no sexual harassment against women at workplaces both in public and private sector. According to Batra, both Indian Penal Code (IPC) and Code of Criminal Procedure (CrPC) have provisions to help women. While relevant sections of the IPC deal with dowry deaths, cruelty, rape, abduction and other offences, CrPC has certain safeguards such as the obligation of a man to maintain his wife, arrest of a woman by female police personnel only etc. Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition and Redressal) Act: This will make provisions that there is no sexual harassment against women at workplaces both in public and private sector. According to Batra, both Indian Penal Code (IPC) and Code of Criminal Procedure (CrPC) have provisions to help women. While relevant sections of the IPC deal with dowry deaths, cruelty, rape, abduction and other offences, CrPC has certain safeguards such as the obligation of a man to maintain his wife, arrest of a woman by female police personnel only etc.Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition and Redressal) Act: This will make provisions that there is no sexual harassment against women at workplaces both in public and private sector. According to Batra, both Indian Penal Code (IPC) and Code of Criminal Procedure (CrPC) have provisions to help women. While relevant sections of the IPC deal with dowry deaths, cruelty, rape, abduction and other offences, CrPC has certain safeguards such as the obligation of a man to maintain his wife, arrest of a woman by female police personnel only etc.

  • KM AYUSHI SINGH 3312 Hrs 48 Min 27 Sec

    jv-i/17/1436 Ayushi Singh BA-LLB In India, there is no paucity of laws for women. Our Constitution provides exclusive rights to women for their protection and development. Furthermore, IPC, CrPC and Evidence Act are also active when it comes to women and their protection. We have some special laws as well for effective implementation of the rights of women against abuse, Harassment, violence, inequality etc. against them such as the Protection of Women from Domestic violence Act, 2005; the Immoral Traffic (Prevention) Act, 1956; the Dowry Prohibition Act, 1961; the Indecent Representation of Women (Prohibition) Act, 1986; the Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (PREVENTION, PROHIBITION and REDRESSAL) Act, 2013; the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 etc. Right to maintenance Right to equal pay Right to dignity and decency Right against domestic violence Rights at workplace Right against dowry Right to free legal aid Right of private defense

  • PALAK PAREEK 3312 Hrs 48 Min 28 Sec

    #palak pareek #bcom-llb(3sem)#Jayoti vidyapeeth womens university#jv-i/20/4085 according to confucius the subordination of woman to man was one of the supreme principles of government . Aristotle deemed the dominion ofv male over the female in our organistion of the family, to be natural and neccesary . he beleived that the head of the househlod is unmistalemly man. Article 21 Right to Privacy- Article 21 Right to property- Art. 300-A Political rights- women reservation in for instance, panchayats. Art 15 of the Constitution allows special provisions for women and children to be made for their welfare. Under the Legal Services Authorities Act women and children are entitled to free legal aid . Under the Constitution of India , the Directive Principles of State Policy contain duties of the State to apply these principles while making laws.These principles state that state shall direct its policies to secure that citizens , men and women equally have the right to an adequate means of livelihood, that there is equal pay for both men and women, provide free and compulsory education for children and duty to improve public health.Whereasincase of violation of fundamental rights , these rights are enforceable , that is , a victim can seek legal redress through a court of law , the directive principles are only a guiding factor and its non observance is not actionable before court of law. Equal Remuneration Act: This ensures payment of equal remuneration to both men and women workers for the same work or work of a similar nature. In the context of recruitment and service conditions, there will be no discrimination on the basis of gender. Family Courts Act: It provides for the establishment of Family Courts for speedy settlement of family disputes. Legal Services Authorities Act: This provides for free legal services to Indian women. Hindu Marriage Act: This has been instrumental in introducing monogamy and allowed divorce on certain specified grounds. This law has helped in bringing Indian man and woman on the same platform in terms of marriage and divorce. Hindu Succession Act: This recognises the right of women to inherit parental property equally with men. Minimum Wages Act: This does not allow discrimination between male and female workers or different minimum wages for them.Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition and Redressal) Act:

  • KM AYUSHI SINGH 3312 Hrs 51 Min 30 Sec

    malvika chaudhary jv-i/171457 B.com-LLB The patriarchal culture has kept women in subordinate positions in all the spheres of life, from political decision making spheres to family circles. Empowering women and raising awareness of women and men on women’s rights contributes to limiting the power of gender stereotypes that prevent women from participating fully in the social, professional and public life and deprives them from their full citizenship. Marginalization, violence and discrimination committed against women is not a fatality, the feminine nature does not exist but is just a male invention to keep women out of the history. IFE-EFI focuses on influencing the balance of power in favor of women by ensuring equal participation of women in all decision making spheres, but also by striving to change the mentalities. Organizing, co-organizing and participating in campaigns, conferences, seminars, roundtables as a part of the global feminist movement. Making connections with diverse parts of the democratic and social movements. Strengthening of cooperation between female politicians and feminist movement. Strengthening of cooperation between lobby and grassroots organizations, between academics and practitioners. Contributing to the mobilization and sensibilization of the general public regarding gender equality and women´s rights through feminist popular education.

  • KM AYUSHI SINGH 3312 Hrs 52 Min 53 Sec

    Aayushi singh jv-i/17/1436 BA-LLB [9th sem] National Human Trafficking Awareness Day on January 11th brings attention to a crime that leaves a lasting toll on human life, families, and communities around the world. Beginning in 2010, by Presidential Proclamation, each January has been designated National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month. Following the start of National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month, with the help of non-government organizations, National Human Trafficking Day began and is observed annually on January 11th. Human trafficking is considered a modern form of slavery. This illegal act involves the use of force, fraud, or coercion to obtain labor or sex. Traffickers use violence, manipulation, or false promises to lure their victims into trafficking situations. Trafficking victims usually experience physical and/or psychological abuse. They might also endure sexual abuse, food and sleep deprivation, threats to family members, and isolation from the outside world. Family members of the victim may also get threatened.

  • ANJALI PRAJAPAT 3312 Hrs 56 Min 55 Sec

    #ANJALIPRAJAPAT bcom llb(3sem) jayoti vidhyapeeth womans university japiur Enrollment no-JV/I/20/4086# Status in woman in diggerent human societies of the world is different. Weather it is developed , developing or under developed society woman occupy a unique position. In almost all the present and contemporary socities it is discriminatry and prejudicial. Males are active part and the females only positive part of the different society only a thing of enjoyment of males Gender equality means a society in wherein both women and men enjoy the same opportunities, rights and obligations in different spheres of life. Equality in decision making, economic and social freedom, equal access to education and right to practice an occupation of one’s choice.In order to promote gender equality , we need to the empowerment of women,and concentrate on areas which are most crucial to her well being. Women’s empowerment, economic, social, political, is vital to growth of any nation and to protect and nurture human rights. Constitutional rights available to women in India- Fundamental right to equality before Law that is, equal protection of laws in India- Article 14 Prohibition of discrimination on grounds of religion, race, caste, sex or place of birth.However art 15(3) empowers state to make any special provision for women and children -Article 15 Equality of opportunity in matters of public employment or opportunity to any office under state and prohibits discrimination on ground of sex- Article 16 Freedom of speech and expression and freedom to practice any profession or to carry out any occupation , trade or business – Article 15

  • MONIKA CHOUDHARY 3313 Hrs 32 Min 15 Sec

    #monika choudhary #jv-i/19/3249 Women rights in India The United Nations adopted the Universal Declaration of Human rights on 10 December 1948 which proclaims that all human beings are born free and have equal right to dignity .Similarly Indian Constitution guarantees several rights such as the right to equality in Article 14, right to life and personal liberty under Article 21 of Constitution to all its citizens irrespective of gender . Gender equality means a society in wherein both women and men enjoy the same opportunities, rights and obligations in different spheres of life. Equality in decision making, economic and social freedom, equal access to education and right to practice an occupation of one’s choice.In order to promote gender equality , we need to the empowerment of women,and concentrate on areas which are most crucial to her well being. Women’s empowerment, economic, social, political, is vital to growth of any nation and to protect and nurture human rights. Constitutional rights available to women in India- Fundamental right to equality before Law that is, equal protection of laws in India- Article 14 Prohibition of discrimination on grounds of religion, race, caste, sex or place of birth.However art 15(3) empowers state to make any special provision for women and children -Article 15 Equality of opportunity in matters of public employment or opportunity to any office under state and prohibits discrimination on ground of sex- Article 16 Freedom of speech and expression and freedom to practice any profession or to carry out any occupation , trade or business – Article 19 Protection of life and personal liberty- Article 21 Right to Privacy- Article 21 Right to property- Art. 300-A Political rights- women reservation in for instance, panchayats. Art 15 of the Constitution allows special provisions for women and children to be made for their welfare. Under the Legal Services Authorities Act women and children are entitled to free legal aid . Under the Constitution of India , the Directive Principles of State Policy contain duties of the State to apply these principles while making laws.These principles state that state shall direct its policies to secure that citizens , men and women equally have the right to an adequate means of livelihood, that there is equal pay for both men and women, provide free and compulsory education for children and duty to improve public health.Whereasincase of violation of fundamental rights , these rights are enforceable , that is , a victim can seek legal redress through a court of law , the directive principles are only a guiding factor and its non observance is not actionable before court of law.

  • AASTHA SHRIVASTAVA 3313 Hrs 45 Min 54 Sec

    Aastha srivastava bba llb 9th sem jv-i/17/1369 Women rights in India The United Nations adopted the Universal Declaration of Human rights on 10 December 1948 which proclaims that all human beings are born free and have equal right to dignity .Similarly Indian Constitution guarantees several rights such as the right to equality in Article 14, right to life and personal liberty under Article 21 of Constitution to all its citizens irrespective of gender . Gender equality means a society in wherein both women and men enjoy the same opportunities, rights and obligations in different spheres of life. Equality in decision making, economic and social freedom, equal access to education and right to practice an occupation of one’s choice.In order to promote gender equality , we need to the empowerment of women,and concentrate on areas which are most crucial to her well being. Women’s empowerment, economic, social, political, is vital to growth of any nation and to protect and nurture human rights. Constitutional rights available to women in India- Fundamental right to equality before Law that is, equal protection of laws in India- Article 14 Prohibition of discrimination on grounds of religion, race, caste, sex or place of birth.However art 15(3) empowers state to make any special provision for women and children -Article 15 Equality of opportunity in matters of public employment or opportunity to any office under state and prohibits discrimination on ground of sex- Article 16 Freedom of speech and expression and freedom to practice any profession or to carry out any occupation , trade or business – Article 19 Protection of life and personal liberty- Article 21 Right to Privacy- Article 21 Right to property- Art. 300-A Political rights- women reservation in for instance, panchayats. Art 15 of the Constitution allows special provisions for women and children to be made for their welfare. Under the Legal Services Authorities Act women and children are entitled to free legal aid . Under the Constitution of India , the Directive Principles of State Policy contain duties of the State to apply these principles while making laws.These principles state that state shall direct its policies to secure that citizens , men and women equally have the right to an adequate means of livelihood, that there is equal pay for both men and women, provide free and compulsory education for children and duty to improve public health.Whereasincase of violation of fundamental rights , these rights are enforceable , that is , a victim can seek legal redress through a court of law , the directive principles are only a guiding factor and its non observance is not actionable before court of law.

  • SHUBHANGI CHAUDHARY 3313 Hrs 52 Min 55 Sec

    Shubhangi chaudhary ba llb 9th sem jv-i/17/1467 Women rights in India The United Nations adopted the Universal Declaration of Human rights on 10 December 1948 which proclaims that all human beings are born free and have equal right to dignity .Similarly Indian Constitution guarantees several rights such as the right to equality in Article 14, right to life and personal liberty under Article 21 of Constitution to all its citizens irrespective of gender . Gender equality means a society in wherein both women and men enjoy the same opportunities, rights and obligations in different spheres of life. Equality in decision making, economic and social freedom, equal access to education and right to practice an occupation of one’s choice.In order to promote gender equality , we need to the empowerment of women,and concentrate on areas which are most crucial to her well being. Women’s empowerment, economic, social, political, is vital to growth of any nation and to protect and nurture human rights. Constitutional rights available to women in India- Fundamental right to equality before Law that is, equal protection of laws in India- Article 14 Prohibition of discrimination on grounds of religion, race, caste, sex or place of birth.However art 15(3) empowers state to make any special provision for women and children -Article 15 Equality of opportunity in matters of public employment or opportunity to any office under state and prohibits discrimination on ground of sex- Article 16 Freedom of speech and expression and freedom to practice any profession or to carry out any occupation , trade or business – Article 19 Protection of life and personal liberty- Article 21 Right to Privacy- Article 21 Right to property- Art. 300-A Political rights- women reservation in for instance, panchayats. Art 15 of the Constitution allows special provisions for women and children to be made for their welfare. Under the Legal Services Authorities Act women and children are entitled to free legal aid . Under the Constitution of India , the Directive Principles of State Policy contain duties of the State to apply these principles while making laws.These principles state that state shall direct its policies to secure that citizens , men and women equally have the right to an adequate means of livelihood, that there is equal pay for both men and women, provide free and compulsory education for children and duty to improve public health.Whereasincase of violation of fundamental rights , these rights are enforceable , that is , a victim can seek legal redress through a court of law , the directive principles are only a guiding factor and its non observance is not actionable before court of law.

  • ANJALI PRAJAPAT 3329 Hrs 51 Min 08 Sec

    #Anjali prajapat ,Bcom llb 3 semester,Enrlloment -202359,Jayoti vidhyapeeth womans university jaipur#There are several laws that give women the power to fight adversities such as discrimination, harassment, violence and abuse. Women rights can be broadly classified into two categories — constitutional rights and legal rights. Those guaranteed by the Constitution include Right to Equality, no discrimination in employment on the ground of sex, to secure adequate means of livelihood, equal pay for equal work, securing just and humane conditions of work and maternity relief etc. On the other hand, legal rights are available to women in the form of prevailing law or enactments in the country.Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act: A comprehensive legislation is essential to protect Indian women from different types of domestic violence. It ensures protection for women who are in a relationship and are subjected to constant physical, mental, sexual, verbal and emotional violence. Immoral Traffic (Prevention) Act: It helps in protecting women from trafficking for the purpose of prostitution as an organised means of living. Indecent Representation of Women (Prohibition) Act: It prevents improper representation of women via any advertisement or in publications, writings, paintings, figures or in any other manner. Dowry Prohibition Act: It prohibits the giving or taking of dowry at or before or any time after the marriage from women. Maternity Benefit Act: This ensures that women working in establishments for decided time (both before and after childbirth) are entitled to maternity and other benefits. Medical Termination of Pregnancy Act: This allows the termination of certain cases of pregnancies by registered doctors on humanitarian and medical grounds. Pre-Conception and Pre-Natal Diagnostic Techniques (Prohibition of Sex Selection) Act: This will prevent of sex selection before or after a woman conceives. This will reduce unwanted and illegal abortions in the country. Equal Remuneration Act: This ensures payment of equal remuneration to both men and women workers for the same work or work of a similar nature. In the context of recruitment and service conditions, there will be no discrimination on the basis of gender. Family Courts Act: It provides for the establishment of Family Courts for speedy settlement of family disputes. Legal Services Authorities Act: This provides for free legal services to Indian women. Hindu Marriage Act: This has been instrumental in introducing monogamy and allowed divorce on certain specified grounds. This law has helped in bringing Indian man and woman on the same platform in terms of marriage and divorce. Hindu Succession Act: This recognises the right of women to inherit parental property equally with men. Minimum Wages Act: This does not allow discrimination between male and female workers or different minimum wages for them.Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition and Redressal) Act: This will make provisions that there is no sexual harassment against women at workplaces both in public and private sector. According to Batra, both Indian Penal Code (IPC) and Code of Criminal Procedure (CrPC) have provisions to help women. While relevant sections of the IPC deal with dowry deaths, cruelty, rape, abduction and other offences, CrPC has certain safeguards such as the obligation of a man to maintain his wife, arrest of a woman by female police personnel only etc.Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition and Redressal) Act: This will make provisions that there is no sexual harassment against women at workplaces both in public and private sector. According to Batra, both Indian Penal Code (IPC) and Code of Criminal Procedure (CrPC) have provisions to help women. While relevant sections of the IPC deal with dowry deaths, cruelty, rape, abduction and other offences, CrPC has certain safeguards such as the obligation of a man to maintain his wife, arrest of a woman by female police personnel only etc. Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition and Redressal) Act: This will make provisions that there is no sexual harassment against women at workplaces both in public and private sector. According to Batra, both Indian Penal Code (IPC) and Code of Criminal Procedure (CrPC) have provisions to help women. While relevant sections of the IPC deal with dowry deaths, cruelty, rape, abduction and other offences, CrPC has certain safeguards such as the obligation of a man to maintain his wife, arrest of a woman by female police personnel only etc.Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition and Redressal) Act: This will make provisions that there is no sexual harassment against women at workplaces both in public and private sector. According to Batra, both Indian Penal Code (IPC) and Code of Criminal Procedure (CrPC) have provisions to help women. While relevant sections of the IPC deal with dowry deaths, cruelty, rape, abduction and other offences, CrPC has certain safeguards such as the obligation of a man to maintain his wife, arrest of a woman by female police personnel only etc.

  • NEELAM NATHAWAT 3331 Hrs 14 Min 45 Sec

    #neelamnathawat enrollment-202261#bballb(3rd sem)#jayoti Vidyapeet womens university Jaipur# On the grounds of gender equality, here are 12 rights an Indian woman holds in India 1. Women have the right to equal pay According to the provisions listed under the Equal Remuneration Act, one cannot be discriminated on the basis of sex when it comes to salary, pay or wages. 2. Women have the right to dignity and decency In an event that the accused is a woman, any medical examination procedure on her must be performed by -- or in the presence of -- another woman. 3. Women have the right against workplace harassment The Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace Act gives a female the right to file a complaint against any kind of sexual harassment at her place of work. 4. Women have a right against domestic violence Section 498 of the Indian Constitution looks to protect a wife, female live-in partner or a woman living in a household like a mother or a sister from domestic violence (including verbal, economic, emotional and sexual) by the hands of a husband, male live-in partner or relatives. 5. Female sexual assault victims have the right to keep their identity anonymous 6. Women have the right to get free legal aid Under the Legal Services Authorities Act, female rape victims have the right to get free legal aid or help from the Legal Services Authority who has to arrange a lawyer for her. 7. Women have right not to be arrested at night Unless there is an exceptional case on the orders of a first class magistrate, a woman cannot be arrested after sunset and before sunrise. 8. Women have the right to register virtual complaints The law gives women the provision for filing virtual complaints via e-mail, or writing her complaint and sending it to a police station from a registered postal address.

  • KRISHNA GANDHI 3331 Hrs 18 Min 04 Sec

    #krishna Gandhi enrollment-jv-p/19/3022#llb (5th sem) jayoti Vidyapeeth womens University, jaipurLegal Aid Clinics basically serve the purpose of providing legal advice not for the aim of earning profit but in General Public Interest. In law schools, though knowledge of law is thoroughly imparted. However theoretical knowledge is not sufficient when its applicability is not known. Opportunities for mooting are also limited. Students pursuing law have zeal and enthusiasm to provide legal services. Legal aid clinics thus serve the two-fold purpose, the first that they provide free legal services to economically weaker people and second, they direct the energies of the students of law in contributing to the society. These students are headed by their teachers. The members of the Legal Aid clinic are engaged in spreading legal awareness in rural areas through street plays as well as legal aid camps where they make the target population aware of different legal service programs and guide them to avail these facilities. Article 14 of the Constitution of India talks about equality before law and Article 39A provides for equal justice and free legal aid. “Article 39A of the Constitution of India provides for holistic approach in imparting justice to the litigating parties. It not only includes providing free legal aid via appointment of counsel for the litigants, but also includes ensuring that justice is not denied to litigating parties due to financial difficulties.”

  • PALAK PAREEK 3334 Hrs 39 Min 03 Sec

    #palakpareek enrollment-202345#b.com-llb(3rd sem)Jayoti Vidyapeet womens university Jaipur#womens rights are human rights!We are all entitled to human rights. These include the right to live free from violence and discrimination; to enjoy the highest attainable standard of physical and mental health; to be educated; to own property; to vote; and to earn an equal wage. But across the globe many women and girls still face discrimination on the basis of sex and gender. Gender inequality underpins many problems which disproportionately affect women and girls, such as domestic and sexual violence, lower pay, lack of access to education, and inadequate healthcare .Women have a right against domestic violence Section 498 of the Indian Constitution looks to protect a wife, female live-in partner or a woman living in a household like a mother or a sister from domestic violence (including verbal, economic, emotional and sexual) by the hands of a husband, male live-in partner or relatives. The accused shall be punished with a non-bailable imprisonment for a term which may extend to three years and shall also be liable to fine . . Female sexual assault victims have the right to keep their identity anonymous Protests against rape in India. To ensure that her privacy is protected, a woman who has been sexually assaulted may record her statement alone before the district magistrate when the case is under trial, or in the presence of a female police officer. Women have the right to get free legal aid Under the Legal Services Authorities Act, female rape victims have the right to get free legal aid or help from the Legal Services Authority who has to arrange a lawyer for her. Hence , if womens have the certain rights then they are able to live with equality.

  • SONU BHAMBU 3335 Hrs 19 Min 10 Sec

    #Sonu bhambhu#jv-i/20/4077#Ba.llb(3rd semester)#jayoti Vidyapeeth womens University Jaipur# Women’s rights are human rights! We are all entitled to human rights. These include the right to live free from violence and discrimination; to enjoy the highest attainable standard of physical and mental health; to be educated; to own property; to vote; and to earn an equal wage. But across the globe many women and girls still face discrimination on the basis of sex and gender. Gender inequality underpins many problems which disproportionately affect women and girls, such as domestic and sexual violence, lower pay, lack of access to education, and inadequate healthcare .Women have a right against domestic violence Section 498 of the Indian Constitution looks to protect a wife, female live-in partner or a woman living in a household like a mother or a sister from domestic violence (including verbal, economic, emotional and sexual) by the hands of a husband, male live-in partner or relatives. The accused shall be punished with a non-bailable imprisonment for a term which may extend to three years and shall also be liable to fine . . Female sexual assault victims have the right to keep their identity anonymous Protests against rape in India. To ensure that her privacy is protected, a woman who has been sexually assaulted may record her statement alone before the district magistrate when the case is under trial, or in the presence of a female police officer. Women have the right to get free legal aid Under the Legal Services Authorities Act, female rape victims have the right to get free legal aid or help from the Legal Services Authority who has to arrange a lawyer for her. Hence , if womens have the certain rights then they are able to live with equality.

  • UJJWALA KUMARI 3336 Hrs 00 Min 27 Sec

    #ujjwala kumari #enrollment no-jv-i/18/2323#Ba llb(7th semester)# jayoti Vidyapeeth womens University Jaipur# On the grounds of gender equality, here are 12 rights an Indian woman holds in India 1. Women have the right to equal pay According to the provisions listed under the Equal Remuneration Act, one cannot be discriminated on the basis of sex when it comes to salary, pay or wages. 2. Women have the right to dignity and decency In an event that the accused is a woman, any medical examination procedure on her must be performed by -- or in the presence of -- another woman. 3. Women have the right against workplace harassment The Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace Act gives a female the right to file a complaint against any kind of sexual harassment at her place of work. 4. Women have a right against domestic violence Section 498 of the Indian Constitution looks to protect a wife, female live-in partner or a woman living in a household like a mother or a sister from domestic violence (including verbal, economic, emotional and sexual) by the hands of a husband, male live-in partner or relatives. 5. Female sexual assault victims have the right to keep their identity anonymous 6. Women have the right to get free legal aid Under the Legal Services Authorities Act, female rape victims have the right to get free legal aid or help from the Legal Services Authority who has to arrange a lawyer for her. 7. Women have right not to be arrested at night Unless there is an exceptional case on the orders of a first class magistrate, a woman cannot be arrested after sunset and before sunrise. 8. Women have the right to register virtual complaints The law gives women the provision for filing virtual complaints via e-mail, or writing her complaint and sending it to a police station from a registered postal address.

  • GUNJAN VERMA 3336 Hrs 26 Min 12 Sec

    #Gunjan Verma#enrollment no-jv-i/20/4073#Ba llb(3rd semester)# jayoti Vidyapeeth womens University Jaipur# Women’s rights are human rights! We are all entitled to human rights. These include the right to live free from violence and discrimination; to enjoy the highest attainable standard of physical and mental health; to be educated; to own property; to vote; and to earn an equal wage. But across the globe many women and girls still face discrimination on the basis of sex and gender. Gender inequality underpins many problems which disproportionately affect women and girls, such as domestic and sexual violence, lower pay, lack of access to education, and inadequate healthcare .Women have a right against domestic violence Section 498 of the Indian Constitution looks to protect a wife, female live-in partner or a woman living in a household like a mother or a sister from domestic violence (including verbal, economic, emotional and sexual) by the hands of a husband, male live-in partner or relatives. The accused shall be punished with a non-bailable imprisonment for a term which may extend to three years and shall also be liable to fine . . Female sexual assault victims have the right to keep their identity anonymous Protests against rape in India. To ensure that her privacy is protected, a woman who has been sexually assaulted may record her statement alone before the district magistrate when the case is under trial, or in the presence of a female police officer. Women have the right to get free legal aid Under the Legal Services Authorities Act, female rape victims have the right to get free legal aid or help from the Legal Services Authority who has to arrange a lawyer for her. Hence , if womens have the certain rights then they are able to live with equality.

  • VIDHI PAL 3336 Hrs 27 Min 13 Sec

    Name- Vidhi Pal, Enrollment- JV-I/17/1371, BA.LLB -IX SEM, Jayoti Vidyapeeth Womens University, Gender equality means a society in wherein both women and men enjoy the same opportunities, rights and obligations in different spheres of life. Equality in decision making, economic and social freedom, equal access to education and right to practice an occupation of one’s choice.In order to promote gender equality , we need to the empowerment of women,and concentrate on areas which are most crucial to her well being. Women’s empowerment, economic, social, political, is vital to growth of any nation and to protect and nurture human rights. Constitutional rights available to women in India- Fundamental right to equality before Law that is, equal protection of laws in India- Article 14 Prohibition of discrimination on grounds of religion, race, caste, sex or place of birth.However art 15(3) empowers state to make any special provision for women and children -Article 15 Equality of opportunity in matters of public employment or opportunity to any office under state and prohibits discrimination on ground of sex- Article 16 Freedom of speech and expression and freedom to practice any profession or to carry out any occupation , trade or business – Article 19 Protection of life and personal liberty- Article 21 Right to Privacy- Article 21 Right to property- Art. 300-A Political rights- women reservation in for instance, panchayats. Art 15 of the Constitution allows special provisions for women and children to be made for their welfare. Under the Legal Services Authorities Act women and children are entitled to free legal aid . Under the Constitution of India , the Directive Principles of State Policy contain duties of the State to apply these principles while making laws.These principles state that state shall direct its policies to secure that citizens , men and women equally have the right to an adequate means of livelihood, that there is equal pay for both men and women, provide free and compulsory education for children and duty to improve public health.Whereasincase of violation of fundamental rights , these rights are enforceable , that is , a victim can seek legal redress through a court of law , the directive principles are only a guiding factor and its non observance is not actionable before court of law.

  • GOGI KANWAR 3336 Hrs 33 Min 49 Sec

    Name- Gogi Kanwar Raisal, Enrollment- JV-I/17/1463, Course- BA.LLB 9th Semester, Jayoti Vidyapeeth Womens University, Exclusive rights and laws leads women to equality, economic and social freedom, human rights are womens rights and womens rights are human rights, once and for all - hillary clinton Unfortunately, many of the women do not know their rights. On the grounds of gender equality, here are some rights an indian woman holds in India - 1. Women have the right to equal pay - According to the provisions listed under the equal remuneration act, one cannot be discriminated on the basis of sex when it comes to salary, pay or wages. Working women have the right to draw an equal salary, as compared to men. Women are eligible to get an equal pay under the laws of india. 2. Women have the right to dignity and decency - In an event that the accused is a woman, any medical examination procedure on her must be performed by -- or in the presence of -- another woman. 3. Women have the right against workplace harassment - The sexual harassment of women at workplace act gives a female the right to file a complaint against any kind of sexual harassment at her place of work. Under this act, she can submit a written complaint to an internal complaints committee (icc) at a branch office within a period of 3 months. 4. Women have a right against domestic violence - Section 498 of the indian constitution looks to protect a wife, female live-in partner or a woman living in a household like a mother or a sister from domestic violence including verbal, economic, emotional and sexual by the hands of a husband, male live-in partner or relatives. The accused shall be punished with a non-bailable imprisonment for a term which may extend to three years and shall also be liable to fine. 5. Female sexual assault victims have the right to keep their identity anonymous - Protests against rape in india. To ensure that her privacy is protected, a woman who has been sexually assaulted may record her statement alone before the district magistrate when the case is under trial, or in the presence of a female police officer. 6. Women have the right to get free legal aid - Under the legal services authorities act, female rape victims have the right to get free legal aid or help from the legal services authority who has to arrange a lawyer for her. 7. Women have right not to be arrested at night - Unless there is an exceptional case on the orders of a first class magistrate, a woman cannot be arrested after sunset and before sunrise. A woman cannot be arrested before sunrise and after sunset. In addition, the law also states that the police can interrogate a woman at her residence only in the presence of a woman constable and family members or friends. 8. Women have the right to register virtual complaints - The law gives women the provision for filing virtual complaints via e-mail, or writing her complaint and sending it to a police station from a registered postal address. Further, the sho sends a police constable to her place to record her complaint. This is in case a woman is not in a position to physically go to a police station and file a complaint. Laws for women in India. 9. Women have the right against indecent representation - Depiction of a womans figure her form or any body part in any manner that is indecent, derogatory, or is likely to deprave, corrupt or injure the public morality or morals, is a punishable offence. 10. Women have the right against being stalked - Section 354d of the ipc makes way for legal action to be taken against an offender if he or she follows a woman, tries to contact her to foster personal interaction repeatedly despite a clear indication of disinterest; or monitor the use by a woman of the internet, email or any other form of electronic communication 11. Women have a right to zero FIR - An FIR that can be filed at any police station irrespective of the location where the incident occurred or a specific jurisdiction it comes under, the zero FIR can later be moved to the police station in whose jurisdiction the case falls under. This ruling was passed by the supreme court to save the victims time and prevent an offender from getting away scot-free

  • ANITA GHOSH 3336 Hrs 47 Min 22 Sec

    Women rights in India The United Nations adopted the Universal Declaration of Human rights on 10 December 1948 which proclaims that all human beings are born free and have equal right to dignity .Similarly Indian Constitution guarantees several rights such as the right to equality in Article 14, right to life and personal liberty under Article 21 of Constitution to all its citizens irrespective of gender . Gender equality means a society in wherein both women and men enjoy the same opportunities, rights and obligations in different spheres of life. Equality in decision making, economic and social freedom, equal access to education and right to practice an occupation of one’s choice.In order to promote gender equality , we need to the empowerment of women,and concentrate on areas which are most crucial to her well being. Women’s empowerment, economic, social, political, is vital to growth of any nation and to protect and nurture human rights. Constitutional rights available to women in India- Fundamental right to equality before Law that is, equal protection of laws in India- Article 14 Prohibition of discrimination on grounds of religion, race, caste, sex or place of birth.However art 15(3) empowers state to make any special provision for women and children -Article 15 Equality of opportunity in matters of public employment or opportunity to any office under state and prohibits discrimination on ground of sex- Article 16 Freedom of speech and expression and freedom to practice any profession or to carry out any occupation , trade or business – Article 19 Protection of life and personal liberty- Article 21 Right to Privacy- Article 21 Right to property- Art. 300-A Political rights- women reservation in for instance, panchayats. Art 15 of the Constitution allows special provisions for women and children to be made for their welfare. Under the Legal Services Authorities Act women and children are entitled to free legal aid . Under the Constitution of India , the Directive Principles of State Policy contain duties of the State to apply these principles while making laws.These principles state that state shall direct its policies to secure that citizens , men and women equally have the right þto an adequate means of livelihood, that there is equal pay for both men and women, provide free and compulsory education for children and duty to improve public health.Whereasincase of violation of fundamental rights , these rights are enforceable , that is , a victim can seek legal redress through a court of law , the directive principles are only a guiding factor and its non observance is not actionable before court of law. Jv-i/17/1411 anita ghosh bba llb 9th sem date 10/01/2022

  • BHAGYASHRI PUROHIT 3336 Hrs 51 Min 28 Sec

    #Bhagyashri purohit#enrollment no-jv-i/20/4072#Ba llb(3rd semester)# jayoti Vidyapeeth womens University Jaipur# Women’s rights are human rights! We are all entitled to human rights. These include the right to live free from violence and discrimination; to enjoy the highest attainable standard of physical and mental health; to be educated; to own property; to vote; and to earn an equal wage. But across the globe many women and girls still face discrimination on the basis of sex and gender. Gender inequality underpins many problems which disproportionately affect women and girls, such as domestic and sexual violence, lower pay, lack of access to education, and inadequate healthcare .Women have a right against domestic violence Section 498 of the Indian Constitution looks to protect a wife, female live-in partner or a woman living in a household like a mother or a sister from domestic violence (including verbal, economic, emotional and sexual) by the hands of a husband, male live-in partner or relatives. The accused shall be punished with a non-bailable imprisonment for a term which may extend to three years and shall also be liable to fine . . Female sexual assault victims have the right to keep their identity anonymous Protests against rape in India. To ensure that her privacy is protected, a woman who has been sexually assaulted may record her statement alone before the district magistrate when the case is under trial, or in the presence of a female police officer. Women have the right to get free legal aid Under the Legal Services Authorities Act, female rape victims have the right to get free legal aid or help from the Legal Services Authority who has to arrange a lawyer for her. Hence , if womens have the certain rights then they are able to live with equality.

  • YAVNIKA LATA 3337 Hrs 16 Min 40 Sec

    #Yavnika lata enrollment-202331 # BBA LLB (3rd sem)# Jayoti vidyapeeth womens University Women’s rights are human rights! We are all entitled to human rights. These include the right to live free from violence and discrimination; to enjoy the highest attainable standard of physical and mental health; to be educated; to own property; to vote; and to earn an equal wage. But across the globe many women and girls still face discrimination on the basis of sex and gender. Gender inequality underpins many problems which disproportionately affect women and girls, such as domestic and sexual violence, lower pay, lack of access to education, and inadequate healthcare .Women have a right against domestic violence Section 498 of the Indian Constitution looks to protect a wife, female live-in partner or a woman living in a household like a mother or a sister from domestic violence (including verbal, economic, emotional and sexual) by the hands of a husband, male live-in partner or relatives. The accused shall be punished with a non-bailable imprisonment for a term which may extend to three years and shall also be liable to fine . . Female sexual assault victims have the right to keep their identity anonymous Protests against rape in India. To ensure that her privacy is protected, a woman who has been sexually assaulted may record her statement alone before the district magistrate when the case is under trial, or in the presence of a female police officer. Women have the right to get free legal aid Under the Legal Services Authorities Act, female rape victims have the right to get free legal aid or help from the Legal Services Authority who has to arrange a lawyer for her. Hence , if womens have the certain rights then they are able to live with equality.

  • RITU RANJAN 3337 Hrs 30 Min 06 Sec

    Name- Ritu Ranjan Enrollment- Jv-i/17/1552 Course - B.com LLB - IXth sem Attaining equality between women and men and eliminating all forms of discrimination against women are fundamental human rights and United Nations values. Women around the world nevertheless regularly suffer violations of their human rights throughout their lives, and realizing women’s human rights has not always been a priority. Achieving equality between women and men requires a comprehensive understanding of the ways in which women experience discrimination and are denied equality so as to develop appropriate strategies to eliminate such discrimination The principle of gender equality is enshrined in the Indian Constitution in its Preamble, Fundamental Rights, Fundamental Duties and Directive Principles. The Constitution not only grants equality to women, but also empowers the State to adopt measures of positive discrimination in favour of women. goal of this Policy is to bring about the advancement, development and empowerment of women. The Policy will be widely disseminated so as to encourage active participation of all stakeholders for achieving its goals. Specifically, the objectives of this Policy include (i) Creating an environment through positive economic and social policies for full development of women to enable them to realize their full potential (ii) The de-jure and de-facto enjoyment of all human rights and fundamental freedom by women on equal basis with men in all spheres – political, economic, social, cultural and civil (iii) Equal access to participation and decision making of women in social, political and economic life of the nation