Niyamavedi – A Platform to raise Voice for Justice

Pravasi Legal Cell conducts Niyamavedi in association with leading organizations across the country on issues requiring legal intervention. Each Niyamavedi is a platform where a panel of advocates and experts listen to the grievances of people and guide them. Any common concern conveyed during such Niyamavedis and requiring legal intervention is brought to the attention of the concerned authorities and […]

Training and spreading Legal Awareness – Empowering People on Legal Front

Pravasi Legal Cell is committed to spreading legal awareness among the public. Our team of trainers, in association with leading academic institutions and government and non-government organizations, conduct certified workshops and training sessions on various laws and rights of citizens like workplace safety and security, human rights, safe migration, protection of children etc. We strongly believe that without imparting legal […]

Nurses’ Certificates Should not be withheld: Delhi HC

Justice Kailash Gambhir of the Delhi High Court today ruled that withholding of the educational certificates of the nurses by the private hospitals was illegal. Adv. Jose Abraham, who appeared for the petitioners said that their educational certificates were confiscated by the private hospital in Delhi and this was a violation of the fundamental rights of the employees. The Court […]

Hospital seeks Rs 50,000 to accept nurse’s resignation; HC issues notice

A nurse today moved the Delhi High Court after her employer asked for Rs 50,000 for accepting her resignation and releasing her original certificates. Justice S. Muralidhar issued notice to the Delhi government’s ministry of health and family welfare and the nurse’s employer, Max Super Specialty Hospital, seeking their response by December 5. Petitioner Sneha Susan Ninan, 27, a Keralite, […]

Supreme Court asks Centre to consider plight of nurses

The Supreme Court on Friday asked the Central Government to consider the plight of nurses working in hospitals who are victims of the allegedly illegal practice of bond, including the retaining of their original certificates to prevent them from leaving the institutions. A three-judge Bench comprising Chief Justice S.H. Kapadia and Justices A.K. Patnaik and Swatanter Kumar, without issuing notice […]