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RN Mittal & Associates is one of the best law firm in Jaipur that have Service Lawyers in Jaipur and High Court Lawyers in Jaipur those are highly experienced and qualified. They work on the most challenging cases and help you to get justice. Our service lawyers assist you in getting legal advice in Jaipur on all types of cases. Service lawyers are specialized in different areas of the law including criminal law, matrimonial law, divorce laws, labor laws, service laws, and many other fields of law.

Service laws are meant for the protection of employees who have been treated unfairly by their employers. These laws regulate working conditions, wages and payment systems, and employment contracts. These laws also regulate working hours and leave systems for employees. The main purpose of these service laws is to ensure that employees are treated fairly and given proper compensation for their work. This ensures that companies don't abuse their workers' rights or exploit them by paying them less than they deserve.

The service laws also provide protection against discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin in the context of hiring, firing or any other employment decision made by employers based on these factors alone rather than actual merit as determined through objective criteria such as job performance.

An Act to regulate the recruitment, and the conditions of service of persons appointed, to the All-India Services common to the Union and the States.

Be it enacted by Parliament as follows :-
  • Amended by Act 25 of 1958.
  • Amended by Act 27 of 1963.
  • Amended by Act 19 of 1975.
  • Amended by Act 23 of 1975.

This Act may be called the All-India Services Act, 1951.
Article 312 of the Constitution provides that Parliament may by law regulate the recruitment, and the conditions of service of persons appointed to the All India Services common to the Union and the States. At present there are two such All India Services, namely, the Indian Administrative Service and the Indian Police Service. In the absence of any proviso to Article 312 similar to that included in Article 309, the Government of India is now compelled to deal with many of these matters by means of non-statutory executive orders. This is neither satisfactory nor quite justifiable.

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