Friday, September 01, 2006

15 comments:

bk rahul said...

SIR may i know wht is anti-satellite system?

ramkyc said...

Space based fire power to destroy satellites.

bk rahul garg said...

sir may i know abt biometric based ATM technology?

Anonymous said...

WHY ARE THE VARIOUS SURVEYS OF INDIA FOR ? ESPECIALLY HOW THEY WORK?

ramkyc said...

Rahul, biometric ATMs use a person's finger, iris or face recognition as an input to authenticate the person.

@Anonymous
Surveys can be either official (government sponsored) or private. Depends on the necessity. They do point to very useful trends.

Anonymous said...

sir what is mashelkar report and why he is taking it back

ramkyc said...

The Government wanted the Technical Experts Group (TEG) (loosely referred to as Panel, Committee etc.) to study whether the amendments proposed to the Indian Patent law will fall foul of the commitments India made to the Intellectual Property Regime through the TRIPS (Trade Related Intellectual Property Rights) agreement. The WTO’s Agreement on Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (this is the official full form for TRIPS), negotiated in the 1986-94 Uruguay Round, introduced intellectual property rules into the multilateral trading system for the first time.

kushagra said...

The more I read you, the better I feel. It's great to believe that I am going to be a part of a league which constitutes of people like you.

Well.I also have a query besides being impressed by the contents of the site.

There are various type of committees/ panels/commissions/group(s) etc. empowered to look into various affairs. Where do I get this differentiation and their respective authorities? And which part of our statute vests such powers in them?

ramkyc said...

@Kushagra: You will have to dig deep into various sources (the web, papers, books, reports etc.) to know about them. Some of them have statutory backing. Many of them don't. Some have judicial backing. But by and large they are all administrative in nature. The government has the inherent power to appoint them to study various aspects and request them to submit a report. Where such reports are commissioned by Parliament/Assembly, it is to them that they are submitted. Only then are they made public. Where they are submitted to government, there is no such privilege issue. There is no single statute covering such creation, monitoring or follow up of committees etc.

ritu said...

sir could u please tell us something abpout parliamentary committees ...when and ahy are they formend , who heads them , how many members are there , and any important event associated with any of them ..

ramkyc said...

Did you try pages 32- 36 of the India Year Book 2007? It has excellent info about Parliament committees.

Anonymous said...

Sir my date-of-birth is 02/06/1978.can i appear for IAS 2008,i mean starting from prelims. if so can u please suggest me the subjects to be taken

msk said...

sir, please tell me what does inprinciple acceptance mean?

ramkyc said...

In principle acceptance, of a project or deal or agreement means that the broad contours of the intended agreement, project etc are given acceptance. But the details will follow. Usually through a detailed agreement or project etc.

Manisha said...

sir, what r stock cerificates?why it comes under bonds when it is stock?