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VIRTUAL INTERNSHIP PROGRAM STEP BY STEP GUIDE BY LEXIS AND COMPANY

VIRTUAL INTERNSHIP PROGRAM STEP BY STEP GUIDE BY LEXIS AND COMPANY Important Links for Candidates: 1: Registration Form to register for Virtual Internship internship:  (USE ANY ONE OF THE LINKS GIVEN BELOW) https://forms.gle/PUzCU2UyEQUodRxk7 https://forms.gle/PUzCU2UyEQUodRxk7 2: Link to Join Whats App Group for Virtual Internship: (USE ANY ONE OF THE LINKS GIVEN BELOW) https://chat.whatsapp.com/HHLVcnMbELaFm7YSD1wEEg https://chat.whatsapp.com/HHLVcnMbELaFm7YSD1wEEg 3: Link For Written Assignment Submission:  (USE ANY ONE OF THE LINKS GIVEN BELOW) https://forms.gle/2BxoJT7uXRUh3rj89 https://forms.gle/2BxoJT7uXRUh3rj89 4: Link for Video Assignment Upload: (USE ANY ONE OF THE LINKS GIVEN BELOW) https://forms.gle/r2uEwkkweByL2WNcA https://forms.gle/r2uEwkkweByL2WNcA 5: Link to Apply for e-Certificate after completion of Virtual Internship Program: (USE ANY ONE OF THE LINKS GIVEN BELOW) https://forms.gle/dn9zx54srGNQUWsb8 https://forms.gle/dn9zx54srGNQUWsb8 6: Link to Apply for Physical I
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URGENT HIRING FOR CONTENT MARKETING INTERNSHIP (LEVEL - 1)

     CONTENT MARKETING INTERNSHIP (LEVEL - 1) --- PLEASE READ THE COMPLETE JOB DESCRIPTION BEFORE APPLYING ---   Urgent Hiring for: STUDENTS / FRESHER GRADUATES. Position: CONTENT MARKETING INTERNSHIP (LEVEL - 1) Department: Branding and Growth. Firm Name: LEXIS AND COMPANY – LAW FIRM. Location: Janakpuri, New Delhi. CTC: RS 5000/- Per Month. (First three months the associate will be on probation and training, and during this period  no salary or stipend will be paid , after minimum 3 months of regular service upon meeting the required number of working days and performance evaluation, the associates will be eligible for this pay band.) Additional Allowance: All official expenses including travelling allowance for official purposes will be paid from the day 1 of the service with the firm.   We are urgently looking for Students / Fresh Graduates for the position of CONTENT MARKETING INTERNSHIP (LEVEL - 1) for our Law Firm in Janakpuri, New Delhi.   Eligibility: Mandatory Q

URGENT HIRING FOR DIGITAL MARKETING INTERNSHIP (LEVEL - 1)

   DIGITAL MARKETING INTERNSHIP (LEVEL - 1) --- PLEASE READ THE COMPLETE JOB DESCRIPTION BEFORE APPLYING ---   Urgent Hiring for: STUDENTS / FRESHER GRADUATES. Position: DIGITAL MARKETING INTERNSHIP (LEVEL - 1) Department: Branding and Growth. Firm Name: LEXIS AND COMPANY – LAW FIRM. Location: Janakpuri, New Delhi. CTC: RS 5000/- Per Month. (First three months the associate will be on probation and training, and during this period  no salary or stipend will be paid , after minimum 3 months of regular service upon meeting the required number of working days and performance evaluation, the associates will be eligible for this pay band.) Additional Allowance: All official expenses including travelling allowance for official purposes will be paid from the day 1 of the service with the firm.   We are urgently looking for Students / Fresh Graduates for the position of DIGITAL MARKETING INTERNSHIP (LEVEL - 1) for our Law Firm in Janakpuri, New Delhi.   Eligibility: Mandatory Qual

Legal Status of Gambling in India

  Legal Status of Gambling in India By Shweta Nair For entertainment, one of the most popular and favourite option among people is gambling. It is considered by many as a pleasurable pastime yet it also carries with it a negative outlook as it’s a game wherein money is put at risk. Recently, due to the pandemic situation, there has been a profound increase in online gambling activities owing to the comfort of playing while sitting at home and earning money easily through the use of mobile phones and internet. Nevertheless, it also led to upsurge in money laundering and black money too.  In India, the law which regulates gambling is ‘The Public Gambling Act of 1867’ which was enacted during the British times and is still in force. It is a Central Legislation that covers certain states of India wherein all games of chance have been prohibited entirely except lottery and game of skills excluding the states of Goa and Sikkim. Infringing provisions of this act would attract punishment of ja

Legal Admissibility of Deception Detector Tests in India

 Legal Admissibility of Deception Detector Tests in India By Shweta Nair Crimes in the society are ever-increasing. Whenever we open and read newspaper, we find that there are new types of crimes being committed every day. In short, criminals as well as crimes both are advancing according to the changing times with better techniques in-hand. Along with it, following third degree methods like imposing torture and mental or physical pain in order to retrieve information by the police won’t work presently in dealing with extra smart scientific and technologically proficient criminals. Even the police interrogation and investigation methods must advance along with criminals and crime in order to tackle it rightly. For that, newer techniques with the help of forensic science like the polygraphy test, brain mapping and narco analysis have been developed and adopted. It assists the police and investigating officers greatly in exposing the lies and in interrogating a criminal. Polygraphy test

DOCTRINE OF WAIVER

  DOCTRINE OF WAIVER  BY NUPUR GARG INTRODUCTION  An individual possesses certain legal rights which are conferred upon him either by the constitution, statute or a contract. A Right can be defined as an interest or a claim which gives the individual the power to control the act of others, i.e., to make someone do or abstain from doing an act. An important question arises as to whether these rights can be waived. According to the doctrine of waiver, a person who is entitled to any right or privilege can waive off such a privilege, if he does so together with his discretion. This doctrine operates on the idea that a person is that the best judge of his interest under any legal liability, which he has the knowledge of the results while intentionally abandoning the privilege of such right. But, the doctrine of waiver doesn’t apply to the fundamental rights of the people guaranteed under the Constitution of India. the elemental rights were kept within the Constitution for the general publi

DOCTRINE OF INCIDENTAL AND ANCILLARY POWERS

  DOCTRINE OF INCEDENTAL AND ANCILLARY POWERS BY NUPUR GARG INTRODUCTION  A doctrine is a principle, theory, or position that is usually applied and upheld by courts of law. In Indian Constitutional law also, there are different judicial doctrines that develop over time as per the interpretation given by the judiciary. Unfolding the meaning of the Doctrine of Incidental or Ancillary powers, it refers to the power given to the legislature to legislate on a particular subject which will also include the power to legislate even on the ancillary matters that are reasonably connected to the concerned subject. This doctrine is in addition to the Doctrine of Pith and Substance. The latter is invoked in situations when a subject of one list touches upon the subject of another list as mentioned in the seventh schedule of the Indian Constitution. That means the Doctrine of Pith and Substance deals only with subjects but the Doctrine of Incidental or Ancillary Powers deals with the power to legis