Kiren Rijiju will launch an online course on the Indian Constitution today at Bhim Auditorium, Dr. Ambedkar International Centre (DAIC), 15, Janpath, New Delhi today.
In partnership with the National Academy of Legal Studies and Research (NALSAR), the University of Law, Union Minister for Law and Justice Kiren Rijiju will launch an online course on the Indian Constitution today at Bhim Auditorium, Dr. Ambedkar International Centre (DAIC), 15, Janpath, New Delhi. On the eve of ‘Constitution Day,’ the course will be launched.
This course is completely free to enroll in. According to an official announcement, those who seek to get a Certificate of Appreciation or Certificate of Merit would be charged a token cost of $100.
“Keeping in mind the spirit of the Online Course,” the announcement continues, “the event will also see extensive and enthusiastic participation of students, teachers, and top officials of India’s best Law universities.”
Through a series of 15 conceptual videos, applicants can learn about the Constitution’s text and important cases, identify the fundamental policy choices incorporated in the Constitution, evaluate the historical evolution, and comprehend the post-independence constitutional path after enrolling.
The legal affairs.nalsar.ac.in the website will host the online course.
SPS Baghel, Minister of State for Law and Justice; Anoop Kumar Mendiratta, Secretary, Department of Legal Affairs and Secretaries of the Legislative Department, Department of Justice; and other senior officers from the Ministry of Law and Justice, as well as Prof. (Dr) Faizan Mustafa, Vice-Chancellor, NALSAR University of Law, will be present at the launch.