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Rangu Satish
Verified Educator@#Unacademy, GS Faculty for #UPSC

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I have a small clarification, I filed a PIL in madras high court , But Madras high court rejected my PIL petition and imposed 10000 penalty on me in the grounds of wasting court time, I have paid the amount, will it affect my UPSC preparation or will it create any negative impact in my interview board
Rangu Satish
10 months ago
Hi SK Muruga. Greetings of the day. Plz do not worry. It doesn't hinder your prospects in getting into UPSC. No issue at all. If you were convicted for any crime. Then that would be a problem. Here it is just penalty which doesn't amount to conviction. No pRobles at all.
Rangu Satish
10 months ago
No problem at all. It doesn't hamper your prospects of getting into UPSC.
Rangu Satish
10 months ago
If you were convicted with a crime , then it would have been problem. This penalty has nothing to do with your prospects. Do well
Dr Muruganantham SK
10 months ago
Really thank you sir, My gratitude's
  1. Name: Rangu Satish Qualification Graduation in Commerce and Economics Masters in Mass Communication LLB Association with Unacademy: Star Educator @ Unacademy with subject specialization Polity and Law Optional Verified educator with 1.5 years of teaching experience on the platform. ce on the platform.of Follow me on Unacademy: https://unacademy.com/user/rangusatish1947


  2. ou PUBLIC INTEREST LITIGATION


  3. General Studies-2 Topic Structure, organization and functioning of the Executive and the Judiciary Ministries and Departments of the Government; pressure groups and formal/informal associations and their role in the Polity.


  4. Objective of the Special Class In this Special Class we discuss how PIL in India can serve as a model for other developing nations struggling with legislative inertia and can provide recourse to marginalized and disadvantaged communities.


  5. Contents to be discussed: I. Introductiorn II. Objectives III.Need for PIL IV.Merits V. Demerits VI.Concerns VIILandmark PIL Cases VIIIWay a head IX.Indian PIL as a Paradigm for Developing Countries X. MCQs for Prelims XI.Mains Answer writing questions on PIL XIIVote of Thanks