Now a days filling a compliant at the national commission for women has become very easy. Any woman can lodge an online complaint with the national commission for women.
Hence the series of spreading information here we bring you the easy method on how you can lodge/register complaint with national commission for women.
The national commission for woman has a Complaints and Counselling Cell which processes all the complaints received orally, written or suo moto under Section 10 of the (National commission for women Act) NCW Act. The complaints which may be filed before NCW may be related to domestic violence, gender discrimination, sexual harassment at work cruelty by husband, refusal to register FIR by police, rape, bigamy dowry, desertion, torture and deprivation.
The national commission can you in following manners:
NCW can monitor and expedite the Investigations by the police.
The matters are brought to the notice of various state authorities to facilitate action.
By way of counselling the Family disputes may be resolved or compromised.
As per the 1997 Supreme Court Judgment on Sexual Harassment at Workplace, (Vishakha Vs. State of Rajasthan) every employer is required to provide for effective complaints procedures and remedies including award of compensation to women victims. In sexual harassment complaints, the concerned organisation is urged to expedite cases and the disposal is monitored.
For serious crimes, the Commission constitutes an Inquiry Committee which makes spot enquiries, examines witnesses, collects evidence and submits the report with recommendations. The implementation of the report is monitored by the NCW. The Commission has powers to summon theaccused, witnesses and records to facilitate inquiry.
The commission involves the NGOs and other experts are involved in these efforts.
Please make sure your complaint does not suffer from any of the following defects as the commission does not entertain complaints which:
are illegible or vague, anonymous or pseudonymous; or
relates to civil dispute between the parties such as contractual rights obligations and the like;
relates to service matters not involving any deprivation of women’s rights;
relates to labour/industrial disputes not involving any deprivation of womens rights:
Matter is sub judice before a Court/Tribunal;
The Commission shall not inquire into any matter which is pending before a State Commission or any other Commission duly constituted under any law for the time being in force.
any Matter/case already decided by the Commission