Difference between Private Bill and Public Bill
It is introduced by (a private member) any member of Parliament or state legislature other than a minister.
It is and can be introduced only by a minister.
It reveals the position of the opposition party on a public matter.
It shows the stand of the policies of the government.
It is unlikely to be approved by the Parliament.
It has a greater likelihood to be approved by the Parliament.
Its rejection by the House has no effect on the parliamentary confidence in the government or its resignation.
Its rejection by the House (particularly Lok Sabha) has implications on the parliamentary confidence in the government. It may lead to the resignation of the government.
To introduce this bill in the House, one-month notice is required.
To introduce this bill in the House, seven-day notice is required.