Aijaj Ahmed RajAligarh Muslim University Centre Murshidabad · Department of Law
Aijaj Ahmed Raj
Assistant Professor, Aligarh Muslim University Centre, Murshidabad
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Citations since 2017
9 Research Items
September 2021 - December 2021
Aligarh Muslim University Centre
- Professor (Assistant)
January 2020 - September 2020
- Professor (Assistant)
Abstract: Ever since the passing of the Jammu & Kashmir Consumer Protection Act, 1987, the doctor-patient’s relationship came under critical scrutiny, controversy and litigation. The inadequacy of consumer protections laws results in unavoidable contingency, spiralling cost shifting and inordinate health care complexities. It examines health care s...
Abstract The Jammu & Kashmir (J&K) Consumer Protection Act, 1987 needs a closer scrutiny from the standpoint of medico-legal services in the wake of J&K Union Territories’ (UTs) uneven health profiling and developmental progress. The doctor-patient’s relationship needs an analysis in terms of access to health care and medical and para medical servi...
The therapeutic perception of access to medicines and health care in government hospital of Union Territories of Jammu and Kashmir (UToJ&K) is an empirical study of Sher-i-Kashmir Institute of Medical Sciences (SKIMS), Srinagar in right based approach underpinned in Patents (Amendment) Act, 1970, Patents (Amendment) Act, 1999, Patents (Amendment) A...
Public policy discourse on competition law ensures that competition should be beneficial to the economy and society. The constituents of competition policy is inclusive of political commitment to markets, public education and advocacy, better utilisation of economic as well as human resources for greater common good. Legally speaking the competitio...
With the increasing international trade and commerce, the transnational commercial disputes have also increased at a phenomenal rate. Likewise, with the increase in transnational competition disputes, the role of arbitration as an alternative to competition dispute resolution has also become popular. In application of competition laws, arbitration...
The particular geological condition determines the method of mining in certain region. Indiscriminate mining has always been a great contributor in the degradation of natural resources and the destruction of habitat thus poses a great threat to the biodiversity. Untreated waste material of huge quantities is being released by several mining agencie...
The E-commerce sector in India has grown at a remarkable pace of 34% Compounded Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) since 2009 and is estimated to grow at a CAGR of 63% to reach ~USD 8.5 billion in CY 2016. However, like all other flourishing sectors, there are challenges plaguing this sector as well, one of which is inadequate and inefficient legal and regu...
Legal implication of ‘Make in India’ initiative on intellectual property and fiscal norms needs to be addressed to accelerate domestic manufacturing inflow of foreign direct investment (FDI) and inclusive growth. This flagship programme spawns manufacturing in 25 key sectors and expected to foster FDI but transfers and intellectual property protect...
Competition is the backbone of the new policy orientation of most economies around the globe. Promoting competition is broadly accepted as the best available tool for promoting sustainable growth and development and thus well-being in a country. Legal policy competition as a public policy demonstrate transparent and effective co-operation in the mu...
BRICS is one of the most significant geopolitical events of the early XXI century because India, China, Brazil, and Russia now rank among the largest ten national economies in the world and South Africa is in the top 30. The BRICS countries represent almost 3 billion people or approximately 40% of the world population. The BRICS countries are also...