Registrations are open for the single credit certificate course on Criminal Justice Institutions in India, brought to you by NLUO and CHRI.
The National Law University Odisha (NLUO) was established in the year Act IV of 2008 of the State of Odisha.
CHRI specialises in the areas of Access to Justice (ATJ) and Access to Information (ATI). The ATJ programme has focussed on Police and Prison Reforms, to reduce arbitrariness and ensure transparency while holding duty bearers to account.
The Centre for Poverty and Access to Justice was established in the year 2020 with the aim of minimising and mitigating the obstacles faced by socially and economically disadvantaged people in accessing justice.
About the Course
The single-credit course of 16 hours focuses on ‘Criminal Justice Institutions in India’ particularly on Police and Prison Reforms, policy, research and advocacy in the area. Under the wide area of Access to Justice, the course is designed around the topics of police oversight bodies, police accountability, the questions of custodian violence as a part of the police reforms. Further, under prison reforms, the course touches on the areas of conditions of prisons, rights and vulnerabilities of the prison population among more interesting topics. The course will consist of lectures, presentations, case study, video, exercise and assessment. Thus, in order to undertake focused learning and cover the different stages in the course, the seats are being limited to 40 students only.
Resource persons for the course will consist of Members of CHRI having undertaken research in the area, Retired Police and Prison Officers, representatives of City Core Group – Mumbai (steered by CHRI) and Civil Society members.
Who may Register?
This course is open to all the students of NLUO and other law students currently enrolled in a 5-year or 3-year law programme.
This course will be particularly helpful to the students from 1st and 2nd year of five-year law course, 1st year students of three-year law course and the students having an interest in the field of Access to Justice.
- Dates: February 15th to 24th (4 sessions per week)
- Timing: 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM (8 sessions of 16 hours)
- Credit: One/Single
- Mode: Online (Google Meet)
Maximum Participation: 40 students only
Registration Fee: Rs. 1000/-
Last Date of Registration: February 10, 2022
Registration and Payment Procedure
Payment is to be made through Bank Transfer/NEFT/IMPS/UPI Bank Transfer to the Account mentioned in the Brochure. On filling the Registration Form, you will need to attach the screenshot of payment clearly showing the Beneficiary name/details and Amount
- Name of the Account Holder: Registrar, National Law University, Odisha
- Name of the Bank: State Bank of India
- Address of the Bank: National Law University, Cuttack. Sector-13 CDA, Cuttack-753015
- Account No.: 33807919875
- Type of Account: Saving
- MICR No.: 753002034
- RTGS/NEFT IFSC: SBIN0017678
- SWIFT Code: SBININBB768
- PAN No.: AAAJN0728J
- GST No.: 21AAAJN0728J1DP
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