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M.P. Jain and S.N. Jain Principles of Administrative Law

M.P. Jain and S.N. Jain Principles of Administrative Law

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The Supreme Court of India has stayed counselling in all IIT's whilst admitting a petition which challenged the award of bonus marks to all students against two incorrectly formulated questions, whether or not an examinee attempted them. The petitioner contended that such award of marks unfairly advantaged those who had not even attempted the questions and hence was arbitrary. Nearly 10 lakh students appeared for ITT (mains) exams in 2017, out of which 2 lakh students were shortlisted and 1 lakh 70 thousand appeared for the IIT (Advanced) exam. If the IIT's were to do what the petitioner was seeking, they would need to go through 1.70 lakhs answer scripts to firstly find out who has attempted the question? It would next have to determine what is considered as attempting? Will it be only candidates who completed the answer, albeit incorrectly or would it also include those who began answering the question but due to its incorrectness left it midway and those who read the question but passed it over because it did not make sense. Instead of opening this can of worms the administrators decided to award bonus marks to all the students who had appeared in the exam because any other course of action could have been chaotic.
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Contents
Chapter 1.    Introduction
Chapter 2.    Classification of Functions
Chapter 3.    Delegated Legislation
Chapter 4.    Control Over Delegated Legislation
Chapter 5.    Legislative and other Controls over Delegated Legislation
Chapter 6.    Sub-delegation of Legislative power
Chapter 7.    Administrative Directions
Chapter 8.    Right to Hearing: When can it be Claimed?
Chapter 9.    Principles of Natural Justice or Fairness
Chapter 10.  Effect of Failure of Natural Justice
Chapter 11.  Administrative Powers and Discretionary Powers
Chapter 12.  Power of Investigation and Inquiry
Chapter 13.  Fundamental Rights and Conferment of Administrative Discretion
Chapter 14.  Sub-delegation of Powers
Chapter 15.  Judicial Control of Administrative Action Through Writs
Chapter 16.  Judicial Control of Administrative Action Through Writs: Grounds
Chapter 17.  Judicial Control: Discretionary Powers
Chapter 18.  High Court's Superintendence Over Tribunals
Chapter 19.  Appeal to Supreme Court by Special Leave
Chapter 20.  Statutory Judicial Remedies
Chapter 21.  Government Privileges in Legal Proceedings
Chapter 22.  Estoppel and Waiver
Chapter 23.  Compensation
Chapter 24.  Government Contracts
Chapter 25.  Right to Information
Chapter 26.  Ombudsman and Central Vigilance Commission
Subject Index
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Author Details
M.P.  Jain
LL.M. (Del.) J.S.D. (Yale)
Formerly Professor of Law, University of Malaya
Formerly Professor of Law, Delhi University and Banaras Hindu University
S. N. Jain   LL.M., S.J.D. (Northwestern)
Formerly Director, Indian Law Institute, New Delhi
Sixth Edition (Updated) Reprint 2013
Justice Guru Prasanna Singh, Formerly Chief Justice, High Court of Madhya Pradesh, Author of "Principles of Statutory Interpretation"
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And Alok Aradhe Advocate, Madhya Pradesh High Court
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