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   Comparative P CENTRAL SCHOOL OF L W ND GOVERN NCE   SubjECt Co PROjECt tOPiC  SUBMITTED T DEMOCRACY AND PUBLIC LA blic Law/System of Governa NIVERSITY OF SO BIHAR SCHOOL OF L W ND GOVERN NCE   parative Public law/Sy Governance PROjECt tOPiC :- Democracy and Publi O   Mrs   Poonam Kumari    Submitted by Rohit Sinha LL.M, 1 st  Smester Session 2017-18 Enrollment No- CUSB171   November 26, 2017 ce Page 1 UTH SCHOOL OF L W ND GOVERN NCE   tem of Law 3131016  DEMOCRACY AND PUBLIC LAW  November 26, 2017 Comparative Public Law/System of Governance Page 2 Acknowledgement The writing a project has one of the most significant academic challenges I have ever faced. Any attempt at any level can't be satisfactorily completed without the support and guidance of learned  people. Gratitude is a noble response of one’s soul to kindness or help generously rendered by another and its acknowledgement is the duty and joyance. I am overwhelmed in all humbleness and gratefulness to acknowledge our depth to all those who have helped us to put these ideas, well above the level of simplicity and into something concrete effectively and moreover on time.   My first obligation, irredeemable by the verbal expression, is to our subject teacher Mrs.Poonam kumari who has given me his valuable help in myriad way from the start to the very end. She was always there to show us the right track when we needed his help. She lent his valuable suggestions, guidance and encouragement, in different matters regarding the topic. She had been very kind and patient while suggesting me the outlines of this project and correcting my doubts. I thank her for her overall supports with the help of which I was able to perform this  project work. I would like to extend the thanks to my parents for their selfless encouragement and support given to me at critical junctures during the making to this project. Last but not the least, I would like to thank my friends who helped a lot in gathering different information, collecting data and guiding each other from time to time in making this project. Rohit Sinha CUSB1713131016  DEMOCRACY AND PUBLIC LAW  November 26, 2017 Comparative Public Law/System of Governance Page 3 AIMS AND OBJECTIVE The aim of researcher, in doing the research work is to give a broad outline of Public Law in Democracy. The project will further analyze the various aspect of “Public Law” in respect of various legislations and rights which are relevant to the topic. RESEARCH METHODOLOGY As whole research work for this work is confined to the library and books and no field work has been done hence researcher in his research work has opted the doctrinal methodology of research. Researcher has also followed the uniform mode of citation throughout the project work. SOURCES OF DATA For doing the research work various sources has been used. Researcher in the research work has relied upon the sources like many books of International Law, Articles, and Journals. The online materials have been remained as a trustworthy and helpful source for the research. SCOPE AND LIMITATIONS Though the researcher has tried his level best to not to left any stone unturned in doing his research work to highlight the various aspects relating to the topic, but the topic  being so vast and dynamic field of law and whose horizon and ambit cannot be confined and narrowed down, the research work has sought with some of the unavoidable limitations.  DEMOCRACY AND PUBLIC LAW  November 26, 2017 Comparative Public Law/System of Governance Page 4 Contents INTRODUCTION .......................................................................................................................... 5   DEFINITION OF DEMOCRACY ................................................................................................. 6   CHARACTERISTICS OF DEMOCRACY ................................................................................... 7   TYPES OF DEMOCRACY ............................................................................................................ 8   DIRECT DEMOCRACY............................................................................................................ 8   INDIRECT DEMOCRACY / REPRESENTATIVE DEMOCRACY ................................... 9   FUNDAMENTAL RIGHT TO EDUCATION .............................................................................. 9   INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVE REGARDING RIGHT TO EDUCATION ................... 10   CONSTITUTIONAL PERSPECTIVE REGARDING RIGHT TO EDUCATION IN INDIA 11   ENACTMENT OF THE RIGHT TO FREE AND COMPULSORY EDUCATION ACT, 2009................................................................................................................................................... 12   RIGHT TO INFORMATION ....................................................................................................... 13   RIGHT TO INFORMATION IN INDIA: A LEGAL BACKGROUND ................................. 14   CONSTITUTIONAL PROVISIONS ....................................................................................... 14   JUDICIAL PRECEDENTS ...................................................................................................... 16   RTI : HALLMARK OF INDIAN DEMOCRACY .................................................................. 17   FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT ................................................................................... 17   SPEEDY TRIAL FACETS OF DEMOCRACY .......................................................................... 17   JUDICIAL DECISIONS ........................................................................................................... 18   FREEDOM OF SPEECH AND EXPRESSION .......................................................................... 20   LAW OF EXPRESSION UNDER INDIAN CONSTITUTION .............................................. 21   CONSTITUTIONAL ASPECT ............................................................................................ 21   FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION UNDER CONSTITUTIONS OF DIFFERENT COUNTRIES................................................................................................................................................... 22   FREEDOM OF PRESS................................................................................................................. 23   DETAILS OF EXPRESSION RIGHTS ................................................................................... 24   BIBLIOGRAPHY ......................................................................................................................... 26  
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