JAC

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JACJournal of Antimicrobial Chemotherapy
JACJackson Hole Airport (Jackson, WY)
JACJoint Astronomy Centre
JACJapan Air Commuter (airline)
JACJoint Apprenticeship Committee (various organizations)
JACJuvenile Assessment Center
JACJournal of Accountancy (American Institute of Certified Public Accountants)
JACJapanese Association of Chiropractors (Tokyo, Japan)
JACJoint Advisory Committee (Board of Directors for SEI)
JACJapanese Alpine Club (est. 1905)
JACJoint Analysis Center
JACJoint Apprenticeship Council (unions; Canada)
JACJudicial Appointments Commission (UK)
JACJewish Arab Center (Israel)
JACJohn Abbott College
JACJepson Alumni Center (Virginia)
JACJournal of Architectural Coatings
JACJournal of Atmospheric Chemistry
JACJackson Hole, WY, USA - Jackson Hole Airport (Airport Code)
JACJustice Administration Commission (Florida)
JACJournal of Ancient Civilizations
JACJapan Agricultural Cooperative
JACJournées Automates Cellulaires (Symposium on Cellular Automata)
JACJapan Alliance Church
JACJews Against Circumcision
JACJava Access Control
JACJordan Aeronautical-Systems Company
JACJunior Apostolates for Christ (San Francisco area)
JACJuventud Acción Católica (Catholic youth organization)
JACJobs And Courses
JACJuvenile Advisory Committee
JACJuba Air Cargo (Sudan)
JACJapanese Association of Colorado
JACJust About Caring (school club)
JACJoint Airspace Control
JACJapan Aircraft Company
JACJoint Interoperability of Tactical Command & Control Systems Automatic Committee
JACJunior Advancement Coordinator (Boy Scouts of America)
JACJA Consultants (UK)
JACJuveniles Against Crime (Calvin Drake program)
JACJunior Achievement Conference
JACJoint Labor-Management Apprenticeship Committee
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These include positions such as the Election Commission's chairman and members, Judicial Appointments Commission, Human Rights Commission of Malaysia, as well as the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission chief commissioner.
New Delhi [India], Dec 01 ( ANI ): The Supreme Court has dismissed a plea seeking review of its 2015 verdict striking down the National Judicial Appointments Commission (NJAC) Act, which had led to the revival of the collegium system for appointment of judges.
While the Judicial Appointments Commission must have regard for the need to encourage diversity in the range of persons available for selection for appointments, it is subject to merit criteria.
The Act established the Judicial Appointments Commission (JAC), an independent body which would select candidates for senior judicial office.
The government's efforts to replace it with the National Judicial Appointments Commission (NJAC) has ended in a fiasco as the apex court scrapped NJAC Act 2014 when it was brought before it through a case challenging the NJAC idea.
Last year, the Parliament toyed with the National Judicial Appointments Commission Act to curb the judiciary's independence but the Supreme Court immediately hit back.
The comments come close on the heels of the Supreme Court quashing the National Judicial Appointments Commission law brought in by the government after it was passed by the parliament and half of the states, as an alternative to the controversial collegium system of appointment of judges to the Supreme Court and High Courts.
23 -- The Supreme Court's verdict on October 16, striking down the BJP-led central government's proposed National Judicial Appointments Commission (NJAC) that gives ample hopes of political and governmental manipulations in justice delivery system of India, making early justice more complicated, is a milestone in Indian judicial response to state manipulative techniques to control judiciary for promoting special interests.
The appointment follows an in-depth application and selection process managed through the Judicial Appointments Commission (JAC), which received more than 1,000 applicants for seven districts across the country.
The appointment follows an application and selection process managed through the Judicial Appointments Commission (JAC), which received more than 1,000 applicants for seven districts across the country.
Noteworthy developments in the last decade are the establishment of the Supreme Court and of the Judicial Appointments Commission, new empirical research studies; changes in the procedure for processing legislation made by both Houses of Parliament; and the increasing role for young judicial assistants, especially in the Supreme Court.
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