National University of Study and Research in Law (NUSRL) is a law university located in Ranchi, Jharkhand, India. It was established by a legislative Act, by the state of Jharkhand as the fourteenth National Law University of India.
About the Course
NUSRL is organising a two-days Certificate Course Coupled with Field Study on Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act, 2015.
Module – 1: Introduction to Juvenile Justice System (01 Hour)
Module – 2: International instruments related to Child & Law and Principles of Care & Protection of Children (01 Hour)
Module – 3: Institutional framework and administration of juvenile justice relating to Children in conflict with law & Child in need and protection (03 Hours)
Module – 4: Rehabilitation, Social Reintegration & Standards of care and protection (03 Hours)
Module – 5: Institutional & Non-institutional Framework related to Adoption (02 Hours)
Module – 6: Miscellaneous aspects related to the child (01 Hour)
Module – 7: Orientation for the fieldwork (01 Hour)
Target Audience: Police Officers; Members of JJB, CWC, SJPU, DCPU, and ICPS; Staff of Child Line, Counselors from RINPAS and CIP, Staff of CCIs, Advocates, Para Legal Volunteers, Graduate Students, among others.
Minimum Qualification: Graduation
National University of Study and Research in Law, Ranchi Campus, Ranchi, Jharkhand.
11th December 2019 to 7th January 2020
11th to 12th January 2020
Last date for submission of fieldwork report
15th February 2020
Declaration of Results
28th February 2020
Date of commencement of Registration: 11th December 2019
Closing of Registration: 7th January 2020
Payment of fees: Online Mode
Account Name: NUSRL Ranchi
Bank Name: HDFC Bank
Branch: Kanke Road, Ranchi
Bank Account Number: 50100212797372
Note: Please fill the registration form and submit the same at the below-mentioned email id.
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