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CONSTITUTIONAL LAW – II

TRIBUNAL SYSTEM IN INDIA- AN ANALYSIS

INTRODUCTION:

In the current scenario of adjudication of disputes, apart from the court


system, even tribunals play a very important role. The number of tribunals has
been increasing after the 42nd Amendment Act of 1976, which added Art. 323-A
and Art. 323-B. Wherein Art 323-A provides for the establishment of
Administrative Tribunals by a Parliamentary law and Art 323-B provides for the
establishment of Tribunals for other matters, like exports and imports, tax matters,
industrial disputes and etc. The tribunals have original jurisdiction over many
matters. The functions of the Tribunals are so much different from the functions of
the court, as Tribunal is a quasi-judicial body, there arises certain problems too.
This project will analyze the position of law with regard to the tribunal system in
India, look at its issues and challenges.

RESEARCH QUESTION:

 Is Tribunal System better? (Why? Why not?)


 Is it effective in India?

SUB HEADINGS:

 Introduction.
 Tribunal System:- Meaning, How it works.
 Formation of Tribunal system.
 Need for Tribunal system
 Opinions about Tribunal system.
 Conclusion.

BIBLIOGRAPHY:

 Constitutional Law of India, Dr. J.N. Pandey, 52nd Edition.


 The Constitution of India, P.M. Bakshi, 12th Edition.
 The Constitution of India, V.N. Shukla, 12th Edition.
 http://www.westminsterlawreview.org/downloads/The%20Tribunal%20Syst
em%20in%20India%20-%20Final.pdf
 http://sixthformlaw.info/01_modules/other_material/tribunals/07_tribunals.h
tm
 http://www.gktoday.in/blog/tribunals-in-india-constitutional-provisions/