The following is a report by Krishna Tangirala, a legal intern of National Law University, Jodhpur, which was submitted to the Department of Personnel & Training (DoPT) in 2013 under their Internship Scheme.
This report covers findings and analysis from 100 sample cases of Central Administrative Tribunal - Category of petitions, relief sought, Policy of the Government / Application of policy, Cases decided in favour of, Relif and Nature of Relief granted by the Tribunal, Pre-litigation process, etc. The report also covered in-depth analysis of 18 cases before the Principal Bench.
It shows that 49% of the cases were decided in favour of the petitioners and 49% of the rest were decided in favour of respondents and in 2% cases, the petitions had become infructuous.
It is an interesting analysis and a good read for all those interested in vigilance matters and those dealing with court cases.
CAT-17042014.pdf (736.7 KB)