NAME ROLL NO
SHWETA ACHARYA 3201
SWETESH THALE 3245
KANNAN NADAR 3224
RAHUL KANOJIA 3216
HEMANT VAISHNAV 3249
PADMAVATI SH...
INTRODUCTION
HUMAN BEING ANIMAL
HISTORY
TYPES OF EUTHANASIA
1. Voluntary Euthanasia
2. Non-voluntary Euthanasia
3. Involuntary Euthanasia
4. Passive Euthanasia
5. Active Euthanasia
6. Physician-Assisted Suicide
Religious views on Euthanasia
Buddhism
• There are many views among
Buddhists on the issue of
euthanasia, but many are cri...
CHRISTIANITY
ProtestantismCatholicism
HINDUISM
• Euthanasia
• Suicide- ‘Prayopavesa’(Eg. Satguru
Sivaya Subramuniyaswami.
Islam
• Islam categorically forbids all forms
of suicide and any action that may
help another to kill themselves.
• The pr...
JAINISM
• Mahavira Varadhmana explicitly allows
a sharavak (follower of Jainism) full
consent to put an end to his or her ...
ACCORDING TO SECTION 309 OF IPC
The written sanction of the 3
Doctors recognized by the
State as entitled to medical
pract...
LAWYER’S SURVEY
Similar to suicide: - 40% yes 60% no
Right to die: - 20% yes 80% no
Doctor’s trust: - 30% yes 70% no
Eutha...
Source: - 60% newspaper 20% television
20% television and newspaper
Which type preferable: - 50% physician assisted suicid...
CASES RELATED TO EUTHANASIA
Aruna Shanbaug Sonali Mukherjee
Aruna Shanbaug
Supreme Court decision on Aruna Shanbaug case
Sonali Mukherjee
COMPARTIVE OF BOTH THE CASES
Aruna Shanbaug Sonali Mukherjee
CONCLUSION
• Morally.
• Legally.
• Ethically.
OUR VIEW
YOUR VIEW
Question & Answer Round
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  1. 1. NAME ROLL NO SHWETA ACHARYA 3201 SWETESH THALE 3245 KANNAN NADAR 3224 RAHUL KANOJIA 3216 HEMANT VAISHNAV 3249 PADMAVATI SHRIYAN 3240 GROUP MEMBERS
  2. 2. INTRODUCTION HUMAN BEING ANIMAL
  3. 3. HISTORY
  4. 4. TYPES OF EUTHANASIA 1. Voluntary Euthanasia
  5. 5. 2. Non-voluntary Euthanasia
  6. 6. 3. Involuntary Euthanasia
  7. 7. 4. Passive Euthanasia
  8. 8. 5. Active Euthanasia
  9. 9. 6. Physician-Assisted Suicide
  10. 10. Religious views on Euthanasia Buddhism • There are many views among Buddhists on the issue of euthanasia, but many are critical of the procedure. • An important value of Buddhist teaching is compassion. • It is still immoral
  11. 11. CHRISTIANITY ProtestantismCatholicism
  12. 12. HINDUISM • Euthanasia • Suicide- ‘Prayopavesa’(Eg. Satguru Sivaya Subramuniyaswami.
  13. 13. Islam • Islam categorically forbids all forms of suicide and any action that may help another to kill themselves. • The precedent for this comes from the Islamicprophet Muhammad having refused to bless the body of a person who had committed suicide.
  14. 14. JAINISM • Mahavira Varadhmana explicitly allows a sharavak (follower of Jainism) full consent to put an end to his or her life if the sharavak feels that such a stage is near that moksha can be achieved this way. • Liberation from the cycles of lives being the primary objective in the religion.
  15. 15. ACCORDING TO SECTION 309 OF IPC The written sanction of the 3 Doctors recognized by the State as entitled to medical practice, certify in writing that the case of the patient who is to be subjected to euthanasia is a fit case
  16. 16. LAWYER’S SURVEY Similar to suicide: - 40% yes 60% no Right to die: - 20% yes 80% no Doctor’s trust: - 30% yes 70% no Euthanasia as a preferable option: - 30% yes 70% no Negative impact on society: - 90% yes 10% no Legalisation in India: - 30% yes 70% no
  17. 17. Source: - 60% newspaper 20% television 20% television and newspaper Which type preferable: - 50% physician assisted suicide 10% passive 0% active 40% none
  18. 18. CASES RELATED TO EUTHANASIA Aruna Shanbaug Sonali Mukherjee
  19. 19. Aruna Shanbaug
  20. 20. Supreme Court decision on Aruna Shanbaug case
  21. 21. Sonali Mukherjee
  22. 22. COMPARTIVE OF BOTH THE CASES Aruna Shanbaug Sonali Mukherjee
  23. 23. CONCLUSION • Morally. • Legally. • Ethically.
  24. 24. OUR VIEW
  25. 25. YOUR VIEW
  26. 26. Question & Answer Round
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