NALSAR University of Law, officially the National Academy of Legal Studies and Research, is a premier legal studies institution located in Shamirpet, Hyderabad, Telangana, India.
Apart from regular courses, NALSAR, Directorate of Distance Education (NALSAR Proximate Education) offers working professionals Master’s and PG Diploma programmes through Open and Distance Learning mode on emerging and contemporary areas from almost last two decades.
Hyderabad (9th July 2019): The Animal Law Centre at NALSAR University of Law, Hyderabad in collaboration with the Humane Society International/India has launched India’s first academic course on animal protection laws. The one-year PG Diploma Course is going to be a distance-learning course with a few contact classes every semester.
One-Year Post Graduate Diploma on Animal Protection
“Animal law,” includes in its aegis the issues that affect humans and animals alike and enfolds the concepts of “animal welfare,” and “animal rights.”
One of the fastest growing fields of legal practice, animal law may involve issues of constitutional law, administrative law, environmental law, consumer protection law, etc.
Through this program, NALSAR aims to create lawyers catering and specializing in the legal aspects of animal laws in India, as well as, internationally recognised laws.
Course fee: Rs. 30,000/-
Direct Admission subject to fulfilment of the eligibility criteria for the said course.
The Online portal for submitting the ‘Online Application Form’ for admission shall be open till 10th August 2019.
The duly certified hard copy of the submitted ‘Online Application Form’ along with the enclosures listed below shall reach ‘The Directorate of Distance Education, NALSAR University of Law, Justice City, Shameerpet, Medchal District, Hyderabad – 500101; Telangana, India’ within 10 days from the date of submission of online application.
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