UGC Refresher Course for Law Teachers
(From 10-16th June, 2017)
National Law School of India University, Bangalore
Last date of Registration: 15th April 2017
About the Programme:
The objective of this one week program is to undertake intensive study of developments in select areas of law, legislative and decisional, and to critically evaluate them in the context of constitutional governance for “Justice, social, economic and political”. The expected learning outcome includes not just updating knowledge, but also how to translate it into teaching/learning modules in the respective subjects. Through exchange of experience, the course expects to adopt best practices and innovative methods in teaching and research in Law.
Methodology of the Refresher course:
Classroom lectures, case study, exercise based, group discussion, presentation by participants.
Rs 7000/- (Includes Course fee, Course kit, Stay [Twin sharing] and Food for the duration of the programme. Participants must bear their own travel requirements and cost.)
First Come First Serve Basis
Admission to the course will be solely decided by the Coordinator of the programme.
10-16th June 2017 [both days included]
Last date of Registration:
15th April 2017
Subjects to be covered:
- Constitutional Law
- Contract Law
- Environmental Law
- Arbitration Law
- Investment Law
- Corporate Law
- International Law
- Human Rights Law
- Family Law
- Labour Law
- Teaching Methodology
Asst. Programme Co-ordinators: Mr. Gigimon V.S. and Mr. Manjeri Subin Sunder Raj Registration and Other details Please email to Mr. Gigimon V S: email@example.com or ph: 8123011980 or Mr. Manjeri Subin: firstname.lastname@example.org or ph: 7411983360
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