Suchandra Mukherjee

About Suchandra Mukherjee

Suchandra is a 5th Year Law Student, pursuing Law from University of Mumbai. She has published 100+ Articles and Blogs on Legal Portals and International Multidisciplinary peer-reviewed journals. She is adept at legal research and can write fast SEO-friendly creative articles and blog posts on legal topics. She loves to paint and watch thriller movies in her free time.

History of EIA and Environment Compliance in India

EIA and Environment Compliance in India began in 1976-77 when the Planning Commission directed the then-Department of Science and Technology to investigate river-valley projects from an environmental standpoint. This was later expanded to include projects that required clearance from the Public Investment Board. These were administrative judgements. On May 23, 1986, the Government of India […]

Importance of Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) for E-Waste Management

EPR, which stands for Extended Producer Responsibility, is a government policy that places producers in charge of the treatment and disposal of consumer goods. Producers, importers, manufacturers, and brand owners must obtain EPR authorisation. EPR is a practice that incorporates environmental, economic, and social concerns. EPR is a policy concept that holds producers financially and […]

MoEF Regulations on E-Waste Export from India

E-waste or electronic waste refers to abandoned and discarded electronic items such as computers, information and communication technology equipment, audio, and video products, etc. E-waste export has increased dramatically in India as the IT sector has increased the use of electronic devices. E-waste contains various elements, including heavy metals, precious metals, and polymers, which can […]

Types of Environmental Impact Assessment

This article discusses the several main forms of environmental impact assessments (EIA) used in the environmental management impact assessment process. Environmental impact evaluations aid in impact assessment and reporting (IEA). In the 1970s, environmental assessment grew primarily in importance. EIA has evolved into a critical instrument in environmental management. The assessment aims to assess the […]

Importance of Consumer Awareness for New Age Businesses

Consumer Awareness is a demonstration of ensuring that the purchaser or buyer is aware of the data and information about the items, products, administrations, and buyer’s rights. Consumer knowledge is critical for buyers to make the greatest option and make the best decision. Shoppers reserve the right to facts or information, the freedom to choose, […]

PRO Authorisation for E-Waste Management

PRO Authorization is an abbreviation for Producer Responsibility Organization, which is focused on end-of-life plastic goods management and recyclability in E-Waste Management. The manufacturer must follow the policies established by the Central Pollution Control Board. The excessive consumption of numerous complex durable products has resulted in serious environmental issues. Policymakers have been concerned about proper […]

Dismantling As an E-Waste Management Business

The E-Waste Management Business of Dismantling involves a manual operation that separates the components and returns them to the appropriate users/recyclers. Elements that can be used immediately must be transferred to the approved refurbished. Depending on the part’s nature, other parts can be delivered to recyclers with a valid CTO or authorised E-waste recyclers. It […]

Rules Governing Hazardous Waste Disposal in India

Hazardous waste is any waste that poses a risk to human health or the environment due to physical, chemical, biological, reactive, poisonous, combustible, explosive, or corrosive properties. It includes waste generated during the manufacturing processes of commercial products, such as industries involved in petroleum refining, pharmaceutical production, petroleum, paint, aluminium, and electronic devices, among others. […]

EPR Certificate for Import of Refurbished EEE in India

Extended Producer Responsibility entails developing a take-back system, establishing collection centres, or both, and reaching an agreement with an EPR Authorisation dismantler or recycler, individually or collectively. This Extended Producer Responsibility Protocol is one of the protocols that emphasise the necessity of manufacturers in regulating the life cycle of their products after they have been […]

NABARD Schemes for Farmer Producer Company

Due to the fragmentation of land holdings and a lack of post-harvest processing facilities, most Indian farmers struggle to obtain the best price for their produce. With landholdings of less than 2 hectares, most farmers, which constitute — 85% of the country’s 12.5 crore farmer households—are small and marginal farmers. Farmland fragmentation causes disorder, making […]

Tax Exemption for Nidhi Company – An Overview

In accordance with Section 406 of the Companies Act of 2013, a “Nidhi” is a company that has been registered as a Nidhi to promote the practice of bartering and cash reserves among its representatives, has only received deposit accounts from its representatives and loans to them for their mutual benefit, and complies with the […]

Process for Trademark Registration in the UAE – A Complete Analysis

One of India’s friendliest trading partners in history has been the United Arab Emirates. Due to the nation’s straightforward and supportive commercial transaction processes, several corporations and their brands have been able to thrive there. As more investors and businesspeople from across the world settle in the nation to establish their own businesses, the market […]