Centre for Environmental Law Education, Research and Advocacy (CEERA): Five Day Training Program in association with the Central Pollution Control Board from 8th to 12th Feb, 2016 at International Training Centre, National Law School of India University, Bangalore.
1. To re-orient participants to the basics of Environmental Law and Environmental Management
2. To acquaint the participants with some of the latest happenings and environmental challenges of the country today
3. To update the participants international developments in the field
To achieve successfully the above mentioned aims the programme is woven around two points; viz.
• Practical Exercises
• Theoretical Expositions
The entire training programme is designed for 5 days.
In the first stage of the programme the participant is taken to the basics and jurisprudential aspects of the subject.
The second stage of the programme unfolds before the participant many contemporary developments in the area of environmental management both national and international.
There are experts in the field of environmental management who will be invited to act as resource persons.
In selection of resource person delicate balance between law academia, judges, activists and other academics is maintained to make the effort truly inter-disciplinary.
There are three methods adopted in overall conduct of the programme viz.
1. Distribution of course ware (Reading Materials)
2. Technical sessions
3. Mutual Learning Sessions- Problem Solving sessions
The selection would be on a first come first serve basis.
The applicants are to take a DD of Rs. 26,000/- in favour of the National Law School of India University, Bangalore, payable at Bangalore and send in a scanned copy of the DD to email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org
The Course is a Residential one and Boarding and Lodging on a twin sharing basis is included. No conveyance/ local travel would be provided for and the participants are to make their own arrangements to reach/leave the venue.
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