Winter Certificate Course on Nuclear Law [Jan 12-16, Delhi] | By Nuclear Law Association and TERI

Nuclear Law Association, India (NLA) & TERI University, New Delhi (TU) is pleased to jointly organize the Winter Certificate Course on Nuclear Law

Date: 12th -16th January, 2015

Venue: TERI University, Institutional Area, Vasant Kunj, New Delhi

The objective of the NLA-TU Winter Course is to:

Provide the participants with a basic understanding of nuclear science and technology;

Understand the special nature of India’s nuclear history and international engagement;

Expose the participants to the functioning of a nuclear power plant;

Comprehensively equip students to critically examine international nuclear law; and

Study India’s nuclear law, regulatory process and judicial decisions.

Study Trip to a Nuclear Power Plant:

In association with Nuclear Power Corporation of India Limited a technical study trip to Narora Nuclear Power Plant in UP is planned. The trip is only for Indian nationals.


Senior Legal, Scientific, Industry and Diplomacy Professionals from:

International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA)
Department of Atomic Energy, India
OECD – Nuclear Energy Agency (OECD-NEA)
Nuclear Insurance Industry; Research Institutes & Legal Community

Participants (max. 30):

Lawyers, law teachers and researchers, and legal advisers and counsels

Nuclear scientists and officials nuclear institutions

Representatives from regulatory institutions

Company professionals

Ph.D. students, and 4th and 5th year law students

Fees for 5-day course

Rs. 25,000/- per person

Rs. 40,000/- for two person from the same organisation

Rs. 50,000/- for three person from the same organisation

Rs. 10,000 for NLAI Members

Rs. 5,000/- for Students


Dr. M.P. Ram Mohan
Course Director
Fellow, The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI)
Phone: +91-9212763410

Els Reynaers Kini
General Secretary, Nuclear Law Association
Partner, M V Kini & Co.
Phone: +91-9821870055

Full details are here.

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