Dr. Saugath Roy
Service Jurisprudence in India (A sketch from Case Laws)by: Dr. Saugath Roy
The quest for justice is an eternal human instinct. Human beings have aspired for it for generations. The organization (the employer) and the employee try to resolve the dispute / difference though mutual efforts, and when they are not in a position to arrive at a solution. They take recourse to law. In India, justice is mandate of the Constitution. Part XIV of the Constitution of India deals with the law pertaining to Service. Service Law is a part of administrative law. The science or philosophy of this branch of Law is called as Service jurisprudence. The news like “case drags for 42 years, Supreme Court shocked” allured and stimulated the researcher take up the present problem, for an in-depth analysis , as such informal investigations were conducted. The primary and secondary data were collected, questionnaires were prepared and tested on litigants and on advocates. As the foundation of Law is based on principles of natural justice, there is no scope of rationality. The functions of personnel management are very wide and varied, covers the subject from appointment to retirement. The researcher has tried to include the case laws in his research work culminated in the form of a book. The author has a firm belief that the book “Service Jurisprudence in India (A Sketch from case law)” will certainly be beneficial to students, teachers, scholars, lawyers, judges and to those interested in the subject.
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