Indian Military Laws have its origin from British Military Laws, primarily because of British Rule in India. Before independence, the Indian Army was largely governed by the provisions of the Indian Army Act 1911, Indian Army Rules 1911 and the Regulations for the Indian Army.
But after the commencement of our Constitution, necessity was felt to revise those Rules so as to modify the existing provisions in accordance with the new Constitutional provisions, to make the Act self sufficient by incorporating provisions of other enactments, to bridge the gap between Army and various civil laws relating to punishment and to remove the disparity between similar provisions of law applicable to the Armed forces of India.
As a result of this The Army Act, 1950; The Air Force Act, 1950 and The Navy Act, 1957 were enacted. There was no provision for Appeal in these Acts from the orders of Court Martial.
About the course
GNLU is proud to present the Training Program on Military Laws and Practices. It is a unique program which aims to stimulate policies, discussions and laws in a field of immense importance.
The course aims to focus on bringing the best minds together to study the past and analyse the future path that the country should take in the field of military law.
Duration: 14 days (6 hours daily) followed by daily group discussion, four lectures, each of 1.5 hours (with 15 minutes break)
Methodology: The course will consist of Lectures (including video lectures), seminar and documentary. Each candidate will be required to undertake 250 pages additional self-study in advance prior to commencement of the course.
Reference material: Each candidate will be provided with reading material consisting of essential laws, articles, reports and case-law abstracts.
The Instructors will include experienced army/navy/air force officers including judg advocate generals from India, serving/retired judges, advocates, academicians, scholars from India and abroad.
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