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For All Defence Candidates Indian Constitution On Gender Equality

India’s Constitution On Gender Inequality

Article 21-A

Provides For Free Compulsory Education To All Children Of The Age Of Six To Fourteen Years This Article Was Added To The Constitution By The 86th Amendment Act Of 2002.

Article 23

Article Trafficking In Women & Girls Is A Serious Matter In India According To An Unofficial Data About 20000 Women & Children Were Trafficked In India In 2016 Article 23 Prohibits Traffic In Human Beings & Has Made It A Punishable Offence.

Article 39

The State Shall Direct Its Policy Towards Securing Right Of Adequate Means Of Livelihood For Men & Women Equally Equal Pay For Equal Work For Both Men & Women.

Article-42

The State Shall Make Provision For Securing Jst &Humane Conditions Of Work & For Maternity Relief.

Article 243(D) & 243(T)

Reservation In Favour Of Women One Third Of The Total Number Of Seats In Panchayats & Municipalities.

Article 325

provides Voting Right To Women At Par With Men.

 

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Er. HartaJ is one of the main Instructors and a part of the team At NCA. He himself has cleared the SSB process thrice, but as per his grandfather's Late Lt. Col H.S.Dhaliwal Wish he is continuing teaching and making officers. Been associated with New Careers Academy for the last 8 years, he also has been succefull in making Second and Third Generation Of officers. Once Taught by his Grandfather and Father Capt. Dhaliwal. He is know all across with students for the way he teaches and he is more of a role model for them .