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You can ask anything related to your service situation, denial of legitimate leaves, termination from service without proper notice, Notices and memo issued to you, service absorption rules, eligibility criteria during the selection process, suspected bias or if you want any specific legal, administrative document that can help your case in the court of law etc. You can also seek advice, strategic coaching, or insight into possible outcomes.

Yes your identity would be kept confidential while asking any question until otherwise you ask us to disclose your identity.

No, there are no extra fee, except as mentioned on the website, we charge from our clients. The fee will attract additional relevant service taxes, as per government of India rules prevailing at the time of registration.

The whole process is online. So, a person need not to go anywhere to register it. You can register and pay the fee anytime as per your convenience, sitting at your office, home or travelling. You are required to send in your documents via registered email and fill up our questionnaire to get it done.

We accept documents in PDF format in any language.

No. You don’t have to register again if you are a satisfied old client. But you will have to pay for consultation fee for every new case, as per the schedule given.

No. As mentioned in the Terms and conditions, the registration fee is non-refundable.

In that case, Your money will be reimbursed within seven days.

We accept all kinds of online payment options, such as credit card, debit card, net banking, wallet, upi and others.

Our forum is most suitable for such matters, and we will be happy to assist you and provide you legal and administrative remedies to circumvents such hostile working environment, which is against the service rules.

Yes. We will be happy to assist you and draft a letter subject to terms and conditions and after listening the full case.

Yes, to some extent. However, if you have documentary evidence to prove biases, this forum can ask your reporting officer under the Right to information act and ask his comments and if required can provide you administrative remedies.

If you have any administrative issues at work... we are here to help.