Krishna Kumar has completed BA-LLB with a specialization in constitutional Laws from ICFAI University. As a recent graduate, He has both legal research and content writing experience in various law firms. He secures good drafting skills for various legal documents in multiple fields of law.
India is the second-biggest food producer worldwide, making India the highest consumer of Food and a contributor too. Nevertheless, the degraded quality of Food can cause serious harm. That is why the BIS (Bureau of Indian Standards) has made the ISI Mark Certification for Food and other products. ISI Mark Certification allows you to use […]
In a move to levy 1% TDS on the virtual digital assents under section 194S of the Income Tax Act, 1961, the Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT) has issued guidelines applicable with effect from 1st July 2022. The circular issued on Wednesday prescribes the guidelines for removing difficulties under sub-section (6) 0f section 194s […]
Hallmarking is the exact resolution and official recording of the proportionate content of precious metal articles. Hallmarks are thus official marks used in other countries to guarantee the purity or fineness of precious metal articles. The principal purpose of the Hallmark Scheme is to secure the public against adulteration and to obligate manufacturers to preserve […]
The Indian Performing Right Society Limited (IPRS) is a Copyright Society registered under the Central Government as per Chapter VII of the Copyright Act, 1957. In spirit, IPRS is an Association of Composers, Authors & Publishers of musical and literary works associated with such musical works. From a legal constitution perspective, IPRS came into existence […]
The NOC for Fire Department is granted by the respective states fire service that confirms and checks the resistance of the building or that the building can perceive any fire-related accidents. When all the guidelines are covered, the fire authority will grant the NOC for the residential or commercial building of the applicant. The guidelines […]
BIS certification scheme is voluntary. However, for several products, compliance to Indian Standards is made compulsory by the Central Government under various considerations, viz. public interest, protection of human, animal or plant health, the safety of the environment and prevention of unfair trade practices and national security. For such products, the Central Government directs mandatory […]