Article 51A of the Constitution of India defines the right to practice religion. The article in question says, “Everyone has the right to freedom of thought, conscience and religion.” However, many believe that the first thing to do is to establish an understanding about the meaning of these words. Here, I would like to explain the purpose of Article 51A and what its implications are.
In a nutshell, Article 51A is basically a list of the rights that a person has, such as the right to practice religion, to practice any other lawful profession, and to enjoy the rights and privileges that are granted to citizens of India. This article allows for two things – the freedom to practice religion and the right to practice any other lawful profession.
Article 51A is important because it has a specific meaning. The word “religion” means the particular beliefs of any particular religion. In other words, only one religion is allowed to practice. The word “profession” refers to a particular profession. That means that only one profession is allowed to be practiced.
The article also defines what is considered a profession. So an engineer is considered a profession, but a software engineer is not a profession. This article was drafted in the early 20th century and was later rewritten by the Indian parliament. The article gives a specific definition for each of these terms.
This article defines a profession as something that is “performed by a person as a regular part of his daily life, or by a person engaged in such a profession, or by a person engaged in any profession which is recognized as of general application by the profession.
Most professions do not require any formal education beyond basic literacy in the English language. Some require formal education but are considered to be a profession by the state. The article defines an engineer as someone who is engaged in the profession of engineering, or a person engaged in the profession of engineering as defined by this article. In most cases, engineers can apply for patents and patents can be registered by the government, but this is not included in the definition.
Engineers come in all shapes and sizes, ages, and social backgrounds. They can be the CEO of the company you work for, a high school student who has been a computer science student forever, they can be a doctor, a lawyer, a poet, a professional dancer, an architect, a carpenter, or even a lawyer.
The Indian constitution does not allow anyone to be a patent law expert and the Indian patent office has a very strict policy of not allowing anyone to take a license. There are a few exceptions which only require an applicant to pass a technical exam and then they can apply for a license.
As you might expect, it’s not exactly the best of places to start your search for a patent, as it requires that the applicant have obtained a license to work in the country. But there are a few cases where patents can be issued in India, though not all are awarded.
In the US, you can get a patent if you have a “substantial business activity” with the US, and then you have to show that you have a “reasonable expectation” of having a patent for your products or services in the future. In India, the process is more restrictive. To get a patent, you must show that you have a “substantial business activity” with the Indian government. As you might expect, that’s a pretty wide restriction.