The Interface between Central Vigilance Commission and Administrative Tribunals: A Study of Conflict Resolution Mechanisms

  • Harshita Mewade
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  • Harshita Mewade

    Student at Unitedworld School of Law, Karnavati University, India

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This study explores the functioning of Central Vigilance Commission and Administrative Tribunal, delving into the intricacies in the conflict resolution mechanisms within this interface. When an Administrative Tribunal and CVC (Central Vigilance Commission) interacts issues pertaining to discipline, vigilance, and internal conflicts in government agencies are usually dealt. Vigilance operations are managed by the CVC, and employee conflicts and appeals are handled by the Administrative Tribunal. This partnership guarantees equity and openness when resolving problems in the public sector. Analyzing cases and procedures, the author aims to provide insights into the effectiveness and challenges one entity faces from the intervention of another which compromises with the administrative integrity and justice.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 7, Issue 1, Page 634 - 642


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