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Role of the Central Council of Indian Medicine (CCIM) in AYUSH

The Central Council of Indian Medicine (CCIM) is the statutory body under the Indian Medicine Central Council Act, 1970 incepted in the year 1971 (Ministry of AYUSH, 2018). Furthermore, the council is responsible for monitoring all research-based activities and educational activities of Ayurveda, Siddha, Unani Tibb, Sowa Rigpa, Naturopathy, and other ethnic and traditional medications. Although they form the education guidelines of Homeopathy, it does not play a role in the scrutiny or certification withdrawal. However, the main vision of the council is to be an excellent regulatory body that guides, develop and sustain a network (Central Council of Indian Medicine, 2016).

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Arbitration law and its implications within Industries

Arbitration is understood as the institution where a third party decides disputes and also exercise jurisdiction between two parties. The fundamental role of an arbitrator is expected to remain impartial and also to make its decision binding over the other parties in dispute [1]. Read more »

Economics of plea bargaining

Plea bargaining is an agreement between the prosecutor and the defendant where the defendant agrees to confess to a crime in return of a benefit (Devers, 2011).  The Black’s Law Dictionary defines plea bargaining as “The process whereby the accused and the prosecutor in a criminal case, work out a mutually satisfactory disposition of the case Subject to the Court approval. It usually involves the accused pleading the guilty to a lesser offence or to only one or some of the courts of multi-count indictment in return for a lighter than that possible for the graver charge” (The Black Law Dictionary, 2004). Read more »

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