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ADMINISTRATIVE LAW- PROJE TOPICS Dated 20/01/2013 IV YEAR -2013 Note: Please Note the Instruction Provided In the

Last Page Sl. ID No. Name Topics What is good governance? Explain the 1 209002 MR. SHANTANU TIKADAR utility of good governance in administration of justice. Democratic 2 209003 MS. MODHULIKA BOSE discussion will help in

establishing good governance of country: Comment

209004 MS. CHARU CHITWAN

Accountability is one of the fundamental principles of democracy- Discuss Right to information has strengthened transparency in administration- Discuss Examine the ratio decidendi in ADM Jabalpur v. Shivkanth shukla Examine and put your comments on Indira

209005 MR. ANAGH SENGUPTA

209006 MS. APALA DAS

209007 MS. AANCHAL DALAL

Ghandi v. Raj Narain case. How far this decision has helped in strengthening the growth of democratic institutions Comment on the judgement delivered by

209008 MS. SANYA PARMAR

justice H R Khanna in ADM Jabalpur case and its impact on the growth of Rule of Law

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209009 MR. SAUMAY BHASIN 209011 MS. NAYANTARA R.

Administrative law is a by-product of intensive form of government- comment. Examine the basic principles involved in

Air India v. Nergesh Meerza Discuss the new dimension of art. 14 of the 10 209012 MS. SRISHTI GOYAL constitution towards strengthening the rule of law Analyze the case of Indira Gandhi v. Raj 11 209013 MS. AKANKSHA KAUSHIK Narain and contribution made therein to the growth of Administrative law in India Examine and put your comments on Gullapalli Nageswara Rao v. APSRTC (I 12 209014 MR. ASHISH DANIEL ALEXANDER and II). How for this decision has helped in re orienting the growth of administrative law in India Analyze the principle of duty to act fairly 13 209015 MR. ANUBHAB DASGUPTA as decided in Keshav Mills Co. Ltd v. Union of India. 14 209016 MR. ANISH SINGHVI Discuss the doctrine of necessity with the help of decided cases Too much reliance on right to inform will 15 209017 MS. TRISHA SINGHVI destroy and de stabilize democratic

institutions-discuss Political influence have destroyed the 16 209018 MS. AAYUSHEE SINGH powers and functions of quasi judicial institutions in India- Discuss Explain the rule of bias, how far it has 17 209019 MS. RHYEA MALIK affected the administration of justice. Explain your answerer decided cases Examine the concept of laying procedure 18 209020 MS. ADRIJA DAS as laid down in Narendra Kumar v. Union of India. with help of

Discuss 19 209021 MS. RUPSA MITRA

and

critically

evaluate

the

principles involved in R. Radhkrishnan v. Osmania University

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209022

MS. BHAKTA DEBASMITA PIJUSH KANTI MS. NIKITA KANAM P ENGHEEPI

Examine the relevance of classification of administrative actions Comment on nature of the office of the president of India as the chief executive Comment on the binding nature of

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209023

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209025 MS. SUSANAH NAUSHAD

administrative instructions Cortically evaluate rule making power in UK Examine nature of judicial review of

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209026

MR. MILAN KUMAR SINGH TOMAR

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MS. GITANJALI 209027 BALKRISHNA

administrative action as practiced in United States What are departmental biases? In your

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209028 MR. AISWARJA MOHANTY

opinion what measures may help in the elimination of this Critically evaluate the provisions relating to

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209029

MS. PANKHURI MEHANDIRATTA

the constitutional protection of civil servant through decided cases

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209030 MS. SHRUTI SINGH BAGHEL

Critically

evaluate

the

administrative

procedure Act, 1946 (USA) Examine the nature of comparative study of

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209032

MR. NIHAL KANIANTHRA JOSEPH

administrative

rule

making

power

as

practiced in UK and USA Discuss with help of decided cases Power 29 209033 MS. PRIGYA GUPTA of judicial review on administrative rule making as practiced in France and USA 30 209034 MR. SHOBIT PHUTELA Comment on Nilabati Behera v. State of

Orissa (1993) 2 SCC 746 31 209035 MS. RUTH PREETHIKA CHENCHIAH Discuss briefly the Constitutional

perspective of the Right to know Analyse the reasons for growth of growth of Administrative Law in India Comment on Post-decisional hearing with special reference in India what are the essential requirement of

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209036 MS. RHEA PANDA

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209038 MR. PALLAB DAS

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MR. KUNAL MADHAV 209039 KHAITAN

binding

contract

under

the

Indian

Constitution 35 209040 MR. SAURAJAY PRAKASH NANDA Comment on the need for discretionary power Governmental accountability helps to

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209041 MR. VIVEK MATHUR

promote individual justice-comment Reasons for the classification of

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209042 MR. ARCHIT MATHUR

administrative actions Examine the nature of the liability of the government in contracts Administrative immunity from statute

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209043 MS. MONALISA KOSARIA

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209044 MS. SRISHTI AISHWARYA

operation has destroyed the basic principles of administrative law-comment.

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209045 MS. MALAVIKA CHANDU 209046 MR. VIDYMAAN SINGHAL 209047 MR. RISHABH MISHRA 209048 MS. ADITI PAL

Write

note

on

the

administrative

adjudication system in India Examine the nature of rule against bias King can do no wrong-comment What is Sub-delegation, how far it has helped for the growth of administrative law Preconceived notion of bias is not a good sign for the growth of administrative law in

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209049

MR. ABHISHEK RAJESH KHATRI

India 45 209050 MS. SHRIYANI DATTA What is Doctrine of public accountability Strengthen 46 209051 MS. M.S. ANUSHA REDDY of administrative democratic law IS

strengthening Discuss

institution-

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209052 MS. D. AISHWARYA RAO

Role of common law in the growth of Administrative LAW Examine the in contribution upholding of Indian

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MS. VAISHNAVI 209053 CHILLAKURU

judiciary delegation

permissible

Discuss the basic function of administrative 49 209054 MS. JENISHA PARIKH law in the formative period as laid down

by Prof. A.V Dicey Comment on the contribution made by 50 209055 MR. ABHINAV TIGGA Prof. Wade and Phillips to the growth of administrative law Evaluate Prof. Upendra Baxis writing on 51 209056 MR. PUNEETH GANAPATHY the myth and reality of the Indian administrative law and its utility 52 209057 MS. PANKHURI AGARWAL Evaluate the principles of raj dharma and its relevance in the present context. Right to notice as a part of fair hearingComment Distinguish between quasi-judicial and judicial action Evaluate the role of CAG in India Discuss and critically evaluate the decision 56 209063 MR. SMARAN S. SHETTY of the Supreme ADM Court in Jabalpur case

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209058 MS. ANUGYA SAHAI

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209059 MS. PRERNA KHANDELWAL 209061 MS. UJWALA UPPALURI

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209065 MS. NEYTRA NAYAK

In your opinion what should not be part of Lok Pal bill What is writ of certiori? Mention grounds for the issue of writ of certiorari When an application for writ of prohibition can be made against administrative actions Critically evaluate the principles involved

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209066 MR. R. RAJKUMAR

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209067 MR. SUMAN MAZUMDAR

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MR. ARGHYA BRATA 209068 MANDAL

in the writ of mandamus. Put your comments with the help of decided cases Why departmental enquiry is required as

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209070 MR. H. MURALI KRISHNAN

one of the basic principles of administrative law

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209071 MS. MADHAVI KHARE

Comment on exhaustion of alternative remedies Discuss the significance of procedural

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209072 MS. ANVITI CHATURVEDI

control of delegated legislation in the light of Banwarila Agarwalla v. State of Bihar

Section - B Explain the nature and significance of the 64 MS. ESHA SATYA 209074 CHATTERJEE decision of supreme Court in Harla v. State of Rajasthan Comment 65 209075 MR. VAISHAKH SHAJI and critically evaluate

administration of scheduled areas under the constitution e-governance in the administration will

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209076 MS. PRITIKA RAI ADVANI

reduce the burden and work load of government servants

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209078 MS. SHIVIKA TIWARI

Recent scams in the communication sector have introduced more transparency and

paved the way for cleansing the mess from within Distinctions 68 209079 MR. IVAN between legitimate

expectation, promissory estoppels & mere expectation

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209080 MS. AYESHA TALPADE

Explain the basic principles involved in D.c Wahwa v. State of Bihar What is improper exercise of discretion by the administrative authorities Critically evaluate statutory Instruments Act, 1947 (UK) Explain in detail the steps taken by the govt

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209081 MS. DIVYA MURTHY

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209082 MS. NANDITA JHA

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209084

MR. DIPAYAN BHATTACHERJEE

of west Bengal to cultivate, preserve and restore the democratic institutions.

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209085 MS. RUPA ROY

What is Fair hearing, why it is required discuss its utility Discuss in detail the liability of public servant Examine the right to rebut adverse evidence with the help of decided cases Why maintenance of confidentiality is required in administration? Examine the role of Anna Hazare in

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209087 MS. BEDASHRUTI MALLIK

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209088 MS. PRATHIMA APPAJI

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209089 MR. DEEP RAO PALEPU

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209091 MR. NIKUNJ AGARWAL

generating public opinion for a national lokpal bill

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209092 MS. RAVEENA DHAMIJA

Discuss

in

detail

the

advantages

of

Injunction and declarative remedies Explain the basic differences in

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209093 MR. GAURAV MALHOTRA

administrative law practiced in USA and

India 80 209094 MS. SUSHMITA SARIN Examine the role of judicial activism in strengthening administrative justice Comment on nature of the binding nature of administrative instructions Critically 82 209096 MS. AANCHAL BASUR evaluate the functions of

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209095 MR. BALU G. NAIR

collective and individual responsibility of ministers in the administration of justice

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209098 MS. ANUPAMA SHARMA

Comment on the nature of liability of administrator in tort Discuss in detail the role of local self

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209100 MR. SAHIL ARORA

government in solving day to day problems of the people. Explain the nature of the office of prime

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209101 MS. HARSHIT KHANDAR

minister of India as provided under the prevailing rule and practices

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209102 MS. RITIKA AGARWAL

Critically appraise the powers and function of the office of CVC in India Failure to exercise discretion will make growth of administrative law redundant? Explain in detail the role and impact of the

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209103

MS. SHILPA MARGARET EKKA

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209105 MS. M.U. GANASHRUTHI

press on the growth of the democratic institutions. Positive action by the executive is a pre-

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209106 MR. ADITHYA JAYARAJ

requisite and sine quo non for the growth of democracy and democratic institutions in India- Discuss Discuss the impact of Doctrine of

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MR. JONATHAN 209107 LALRINTLUANGA

separation of power on the growth of administrative law in India

What is Judicial control of administrative 91 209108 MS. KRITIKA SETHIA tribunal? Why it is required. Explain with the help of decided cases Comment on the abuse of administrative 92 209110 MS. SONIKA BAJPEYEE discretionary powers with the help of decided cases The existing control methods relating to 93 209111 MR. SHREYAS VIJAYVARGIYA money transfer is totally inadequate. How this can be plucked 94 209112 MR. ANKESH SHREYANSH Critically evaluate the provisions relating to writ of qua warrant Critically evaluate the powers and functions of French administrative tribunal. Explain the principle of Locus standi in 96 209114 MR. MIDHUN JOSEPH ZACHARIA public interest litigation with the help of decided cases What are the Privileges, immunities and 97 209115 MS. HARSHITA JALAN liabilities of the administrators as provided under the Indian Law Explain the law relating to Judicial control 98 209116 MR. ARNAB BASU over administrative rule-making with the help of decided cases Need for administrative adjudication is a 99 209117 MR RAGHAV KUMAR basic principles of for the growth of administrative law 100 209118 MS. GAYATHRI R. Discuss the contractual liability of

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209113 MS. ABHIPSITA KUNDU

government under the Indian Constitution Critically evaluate Panchayati Raj System in India

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MS. AKANKSHA CHOUDHARY

102 209120 MR. PRASHANT PRANJAL

Examine the nature of Post-decisional hearing with special reference to India Critically evaluate the Procedural control over the administrative rule -making Examine and critically comment on Lokpal bill of west Bengal Examine the nature of Judicial control over administrative discretion in England Reforming the administrative law through the CBI in India- Discuss Cortically evaluate report the administrative by the

103 209121 MR. SHISHIRA AMARNATH

104 209122

MR. SHOUMENDU MUKHERJI MS. NITHYA RHEA RAJSHEKHAR

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106 209124 MR. VINAYAK MEHROTRA

107 209125 MR. AKSHAY CHOUDHARY

commission

adopted

government of India for strengthening the growth of administrative law India

108 209126 MS. ANCHAL VERMA

Critically evaluate the concept of legitimate expectation with the help decided cases Define the promissory estoppels and

109 209127 MR. KARAN SANGWAN

elucidate the doctrine with the help of decided cases

110 209128 MR. AKSHAT BAJPAI

Judicial review is the basic structure of Indian constitution-comment What is pecuniary bias? How it has

111 209129

MR. HARSHAVARDHAN SINGH RATHORE

affected the administration of justice Critically evaluate the role of quasi-judicial body in the growth of administrative law Judicial control over administrative

112 209131 MS. DEVYANI JAIN

113 209132 MR. SIDDHARTH TIWARY

discretion in India and UK Critically evaluate administrative rule

114 209133 MS. KHUSHI KEGRIWAL

making power under USA and UK

The relevance of Henry VIII clause in the 115 209135 MS. ADITI development administrative law 116 209136 Mr. SHOURYA SENGUPTA Rule of law is one of the basic structure of the Constitution- Discuss What is capacity building? Why it is 117 209137 MS. NAINA PACHNANDA required, in what way it can strengthen the growth of administrative law 118 208089 MS. SHRITI BRAHMA Administrative law is not constitutional law-comment Explain the place of exceptions to the rule of natural justice Explain the rule of bias. How it has affected the administration of justice. Explain your answerer through decided cases What are the departmental biases? In your 121 208107 MS. ANSHITA PRIYADARSINI opinion what measures will put an end to this 208105 MR. RITURAJ 122 What are the personal biases, how the personal bias can damage democratic institutions. 123 206134 MR. PIYUSH RATH 207065 MS. BARKHA RANI PEGU Distinguish between law and policy Explain the role of reasoning in your of contemporary

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MS. M. WASEEM SHUAIB AHMED

208134 MR. HERSH SEWAK 120

administrative adjudication. Base 124

reasoning on the strength of decided cases

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