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GE Healthcare India subsequently reviewed its sales processes, set up staff training programs, amended legal contracts to make customers aware of the law, conducted regular customer and supply chain audits, and introduced more rigorous sales screening and tracking to verify that customers had valid PNDT registration certificates.
Social analysis of sex imbalance in India: before and after the implementation of the Pre-Natal Diagnostic Techniques (PNDT) Act.
The PNDT Act, 1994 was brought into force by the Government of
A law to regulate fetal diagnostic technology misused for identifying fetal sex, the Prenatal Diagnostic Techniques (Regulation and Prevention of Misuse) (PNDT) Act (1994), states that determining and communicating the sex of a fetus to parents is illegal and that genetic tests to detect fetal defects may only be performed in registered facilities.
While the aim of the original PNDT Act, as well as its antecedents in 1998 and 2003, was to curb the incidence of abortion of female fetuses, it has been largely unsuccessful.
Kap Related to Pc and Pndt Act Among the Antenatal Women in Bikaner.
The plea said such advertisements flooded the internet after the Pre- Natal Diagnostics Technique ( PNDT) Act, which came into force in 1994 to crack down on female foeticide, and banned the publication of such ads in the print media.
Patients referred from the Department of obstetrics and Gynecology for ultrasound were subjected to the ultrasonography after acquiring all the necessary formalities as per preconception and pre- natal diagnostic technique act (PC PNDT act).
Haryana has the lowest sex ratio next to Punjab according to the Weekly Science Research Journal published in 2014.Despite the PNDT Act female foeticide is posing a threat to women existence in this State.