Fast Checking Policy

A fast-checking policy is crucial for websites dealing with critical and sensitive information, like those focused on healthcare, legal regulations, or, as in this case, the enforcement of the Pre-Conception and Pre-Natal Diagnostic Techniques (PCPNDT) Act. This policy outlines the procedures and standards to ensure the rapid verification and publication of accurate and reliable information. Here’s a sample fast-checking policy tailored for

Fast-Checking Policy for PCPNDT Bangalore


The fast-checking policy at [Website Name] is designed to ensure that all content related to the PCPNDT Act and its enforcement in Bangalore is verified for accuracy, relevance, and clarity before publication. Our aim is to provide our audience with timely, reliable, and actionable information while maintaining the highest standards of journalistic integrity.


This policy applies to all content including articles, news updates, advisories, and any other information published on our platform.

Fast-Checking Standards

  1. Source Verification: All information, especially that pertaining to legal facts, statistics, and health advisories, must be sourced from official government publications, reputed healthcare institutions, and recognized legal experts.
  2. Cross-Verification: Information obtained from secondary sources must be cross-verified with at least two independent and reliable sources before publication.
  3. Expert Review: Content that involves complex legal or medical terminology and implications must be reviewed by subject matter experts (SMEs) prior to publication. This includes legal experts familiar with the PCPNDT Act and medical professionals specializing in prenatal care.
  4. Timeliness: The fast-checking process must be conducted efficiently to ensure the timely publication of information without compromising accuracy. A balance between speed and thoroughness is paramount.
  5. Corrections and Clarifications: Should any piece of information be found incorrect after publication, it must be corrected promptly with a clear note of correction added to the content. The procedure for corrections is detailed in our [Corrections Policy].

Fast-Checking Process

  1. Initial Review: Upon submission, content is first reviewed by an editor for alignment with our editorial standards and policy compliance.
  2. Fact-Checking: The fast-checking team then verifies all factual information, ensuring adherence to the source verification and cross-verification standards mentioned above.
  3. SME Consultation: For content requiring expert review, the draft is sent to the relevant SME for accuracy and clarity checks.
  4. Final Approval: Content that passes the fast-checking process is forwarded for final approval by the chief editor or a designated senior editor.
  5. Publication: Once approved, the content is published with a timestamp to indicate timeliness.

Training and Awareness

All editorial staff and contributors are regularly trained on the fast-checking procedures, the importance of accuracy, and the potential impact of misinformation. Awareness sessions on the latest developments regarding the PCPNDT Act and related medical guidelines are conducted periodically.

Continuous Improvement

Our fast-checking policy and process are subject to continuous review and improvement to adapt to the evolving landscape of news reporting and information dissemination. Feedback from our audience, contributors, and internal reviews are integral to this ongoing process.

Contact Information

For inquiries or to report concerns related to our fast-checking policy, please contact us at:

This sample fast-checking policy is designed to establish and communicate the commitment of to publishing accurate and reliable information rapidly. It emphasizes the importance of verification, expert review, and maintaining a balance between speed and thoroughness in the publication process.