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
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
Fellow, The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI)
Els Reynaers Kini
General Secretary, Nuclear Law Association
Partner, M V Kini & Co.
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