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    Quick Facts

    Medium Of InstructionsMode Of LearningMode Of Delivery
    EnglishSelf StudyVideo and Text Based

    Course Overview

    This Online Refresher Course in Law certification course will help to trace the recent development in the legal field and train the candidate on various innovations in the technical world to equip themselves as law teachers or instructors practicing critical teaching in law. The growth of legal specializations in a rapid way has led to fragmentation in understanding the legal world and Online Refresher Course in Law training helps to address that by enhancing the understanding of law in generic ways.

    The Online Refresher Course in Law program helps to inform about the legal controversies and developments which is essential knowledge for law scholars in all specializations. This course also helps the candidate to advance interdisciplinary learning on how knowledge from other areas can help in deepening understanding of law as well as using interdisciplinary knowledge to illustrate how development in a given field can impact its associated field.

    The Highlights

    • Annual Refresher Programme In Teaching (ARPIT) category
    • 12-week duration
    • Continuing education level
    • AICTE approved FDP course
    • Instructed by two Nalsar University of Law teachers
    • Verified certificate by SVAYAM

    Programme Offerings

    • video lectures
    • Printed reading materials
    • quizzes
    • Self assessment tests
    • Online discussion forums
    • Books
    • References.

    Courses and Certificate Fees

    Certificate Availability
    no

    Eligibility Criteria

    Work Experience

    This course is designed for law teachers who are practicing critical teaching in law. 

    What you will learn

    Knowledge of International law

    In Online Refresher Course in Law by SWAYAM the students will learn the following :

    • The course will focus on three critical areas which are legal development information, technological competency, and critical pedagogy development. 
    • The candidates will be introduced to different kinds of law such as constitutional law, international law, administrative law, and family law. 
    • The students will be learning about the legal definition of a child, personhood, security, and worker legitimacy. 
    • The course will teach about dimensions of childhood, sexual identity, grey zones, and family law with an idea to reimagine it.  
    • The course will discuss intersections in criminal law in terms of conceptual underpinnings, philosophical justifications, and changing contours. 
    • The students will learn about constitutionalism and its fraternity value, reservations, regional autonomy, language diversity, learning cultures, and postmodern theory. 
    • The students will understand and learn the implementation of reference management with the why when and how of power points. 
    • The students will learn about the constitution and intersections of the citizenship act, judicial directives, rights of minorities, POA act, articles 356, 370, and 370. 
    • The course will help distinguish the meaning of the legal definitions of land and property with the understanding of tribal land rights and use critical race theory for insights.
    • This program will teach about comprehending and revisiting federalism, tax reforms GST, reforms in law, international law, and their reservations. 
    • The students will get to engage institution accountability with a focus on challenges in GST, modern competition law foundations, reforms, and accountability in administrative law. 
    • The candidate will learn about evaluating regulations, interfacing competition law, and labor, natural justice contours in transit, and political finance. 
    • The course will finally help the candidate understand and foster collegiality.

    Who it is for

    Online Refresher Course in Law training is for the following participants :

    • Law teachers engaged in critical teaching in law and wishing to gain generalized knowledge.
    • Law graduates or students who wish to get enlightened on technical innovations and developments in the legal field.

    Application Details

    For securing admission in Online Refresher Course in Law online course the following steps are to be followed.

    Step 1: Click on the register link in the given website https://onlinecourses.swayam2.ac.in/arp20_ap08/preview 

    Step 2: Create an account with all the required details and login to your account.

    Step 3: Click on the Enroll option available and get redirected to the course page.

    Step 4: Complete the process of enrolment with all the required details.

    The Syllabus

    Critical Teaching: An Introduction
    • Constitutional Law – Introduction | Faizan Mustafa
    • International Law - Introduction | Jagteshwar Singh Sohi
    • Family Law – Introduction | Archana Parashar  
    • Administrative Law – Introduction | Amita Dhanda
    • Theory – Introduction | Amita Dhanda

    Subjects and Persons before the Law
    • Will of States and International Law| Jagteshwar Singh Sohi
    • Legal Construction of Child | Ved Kumari
    • Theory of Personhood | Amita Dhanda
    • Disciplining Sexual Identity | Danish Sheikh
    • Disability and Personhood | Amita Dhanda
    • Constituting Legitimacy| Faizan Mustafa
    • Defining the Worker | N Vasanthi

    Protection and Agency
    • Reimagining Family Law | Archana Parashar
    • Recognizing Sexual Identity | Danish Sheikh
    • Constituting the other Dimensions of Childhood | Ved Kumari
    • Critiquing Family Law | Archana Parashar
    • The Competing Claims of Article 25| Faizan Mustafa

    Intersections in Criminal law
    • Philosophical Justifications of Criminal Law | Murali Karnam
    • Conceptual Underpinnings of Criminal Law | Murali Karnam
    • Grey Zones of Criminality and Consequential Discrimination | Danish Sheikh
    • Criminality and Sexuality in Children | Ved Kumari
    • Critical Teaching of Criminal Law | Murali Karnam
    • Changing Contours of Criminal Responsibility | Amita Dhanda

    Processes of Inclusion and Exclusion
    • Dialoguing on the Constitutional Value of Fraternity | Aymen Mohammed   
    • The Throes of Constitutionalism| Faizan Mustafa
    • Regional Autonomy and Language Diversity | Manohar Reddy   
    • Understanding EWS Reservations | Malavika Prasad
    • Seeking Insights from Postmodern Theory | Amita Dhanda
    • Recognizing Oral Learning Cultures | Uma Chimirala    

    Gaming Technology
    • The How of PowerPoints | Ved Kumari
    • Understanding Reference Management | Anindita Mukherjee    
    • Keeping Updated | Aakanksha Kumar and Sahana Ramesh
    • The Why and When of PowerPoints | Ved Kumari
    • Doing Reference Management| Anindita Mukherjee

    Constitutional Intersections
    • Clinical Legal Education: The Academy’s Engagement with Questions of Justice | Neta Ziv and Ved Kumari  
    • Rights of Minorities under Article 30| Faizan Mustafa
    • The Constitution, the Citizenship Act, and Judicial Directives | Faizan Mustafa           
    • Articles 370, 371, and 356 | Faizan Mustafa
    • The Travails of the POA Act: T Kannan, Kiruba Munuswamy, and Vinod Kumar

    Interrogating Property and Rights
    • Tribal Land Rights | G Anuradha
    • Distinguishing Land and Property | Astha Saxena
    • Construing IP as Property | Sourabh Bharti
    • Understanding Niyamgiri | Jagteshwar Singh Sohi             
    • Insights from Critical Race Theory | Amita Dhanda
    • Positioning IP in International Trade | Sourabh Bharti    

    Law Power and Justice
    • Understanding the Power Dynamics of International Law | Interview of Judge Neeru Chadha by N. Vasanthi
    • Knowledge, Power, and Justice| Sourabh Bharati
    • The Feminist Engagement with Power and Oppression | Amita Dhanda
    • Inducting Diversity in Corporate Management | Anindita Jaiswal
    • Developing Critical Perspectives in IP Law| Sourabh Bharati
    • Basis of International Law| Jagteshwar Singh Sohi
    • Impact of Globalisation, Liberalisation, Privatisation on Labour Law| N. Vasanthi

    Levels of Government and Law Reform
    • Revisiting Fiscal Federalism | Neha Pathakji
    • Comprehending Federalism | Aymen Mohammed
    • Housing and Law Reform | Anindita Mukherjee
    • Tax Reform and GST | Neha Pathakji           
    • The Third World Approach to International Law | Jagteshwar Singh Sohi
    • Critically Reading Labour Legislations | N. Vasanthi

    Engaging with Institutional Accountability
    • Challenges with GST | Neha Pathakji
    • Tax Rationalisation with GST | Neha Pathakji
    • Foundations of Modern Competition Law | Sudhanshu Kumar
    • Inter-sectoral Operation of Competition Law | Sudhanshu Kumar
    • Critiquing the New Codes of Industrial Relations and Wages | N Vasanthi
    • Competition Law Reforms in India | Sudhanshu Kumar   
    • Obtaining Accountability through Administrative Law | Amita Dhanda
    • Evaluating the New Codes of Social Security and OHS | N. Vasanthi

    Evaluating Regulation
    • The interface between Labour and Competition Law | N Vasanthi
    • The Competition Commission of India | Sudhanshu Kumar
    • Political Finance | Aymen Mohammed
    • The Changing Contours of Natural Justice | Amita Dhanda

    Instructors

    NLU Hyderabad (NALSAR) Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's)

    1: What is the planned duration for the given program?

    The duration of the Online Refresher Course in Law certification is planned for a good period of 12 weeks in the online medium.

    2: What is the process of securing a verified certification?

    The candidates who wish to secure the certificate must register and attend the proctored exam and upon passing will be awarded the certificate.

    3: Is the course specific or generic in nature?

    The Online Refresher Course in Law online course is planned as a generic nature course for candidates with specialized core areas to get well-rounded instruction in the legal field about its development.

    4: What is the program fee required for this course?

    There is no specific amount stipulated as the Online Refresher Course in Law certification fees for the course registration or admission.

    5: Where is the registration link to enroll for the program?

    Candidates who wish to pursue this course must first register here in the online link https://onlinecourses.swayam2.ac.in/arp20_ap08/preview. 

    6: List some program offerings in this course ?

    Some of the program offerings in this course range from video lectures, books, references,  printable reading materials, self-assessment tests, online discussion forums, and quizzes.

    7: When is the enrollment application open?

    The application is closed for enrollment since it is an ongoing course of study and after the new cycle of admission starts, the enrollment will be open.

    8: What are the critical areas covered in this course?

    The critical area required to be focused on in Online Refresher Course in Law certification syllabus is the legal developments, technological competencies, and critical pedagogy.

    9: When is the difficulty level of the program?

    The program is set at the continuing level of education difficulty for candidates. 

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