Maharashtra National Law University, Nagpur in association with Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Punjab is starting Four PG Diploma Courses from October 2020. These courses shall be offered from the academic Year 2020-21 in “Distance Education Mode”.
The University invites online applications for admission to the following PG Diploma Courses through Distance learning mode for the Academic Year 2020-21.
Postgraduate Diploma in Alternative Dispute Resolution (PGDADR)
Postgraduate Diploma in Family Dispute Resolution (PGDFDR)
Postgraduate Diploma in Energy Laws and Policy (PGDELP)
Postgraduate Diploma in Mediation (PGDM)
These courses will be conducted in a blended learning format with online and in-person Classes which will be notified from time to time. Currently, all academic activities of the University are suspended due to the outbreak of COVID-19.
Online mode of teaching is opted for all regular and distance education courses offered by the University. Accordingly, till the University reopens the classes of the PG Diploma Courses 2020-21 academic sessions will also be conducted through the online platforms used by the University. Physical classes of the PG Diploma Courses will be conducted after the academic activities of the University resume.
The PG Diploma courses will be spread over two semesters and there will be 20 hours of contact classes in every semester.
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