As human population expands, economic development proceeds and new technologies arise, society faces more complex and previously unknown environmental problems. These problems need to be addressed in the context of an increasingly globalized economy where significant differences of environmental quality and quality of life persist. Already existing regulatory structures add another layer of complexity.
Through this bi-yearly distance-learning course students will grasp the general theory of Environmental Law, as well as establish a foundation for further research in this discipline. This course aims to cultivate students’ ability to consider and analyze from a philosophical level the vast number of issue concerning environmental law.
The course will be over a period of 6 weeks and will consist of 4 modules. Each module will be emailed to the students on their registered email address sequentially, subsequent to which they will be sent Assessment Papers. On the successful completion of each Assessment Paper, the students will be marked and graded. Only those who score a total of 40% in total will be eligible to receive Certificates. This course is conducted online, but certificates will sent through post. The results of the Course will be announced on the CELPD Website and the Certificates will be dispatched to the registered postal address within 10 days.
Designed for students, lawyers and non-legal professionals whose interests lie in the environmental field. The Course is aimed at giving a solid foundation and upgrading their skills in environmental policy.
OBJECTIVES OF THE COURSE
The course ensures that students are equipped with the analytical foundations, the specific skills and the area knowledge that they will need to provide up-to-date analysis and solutions in a policy setting.
- Provide a historical perspective of environmental law
- To acquire an understanding of the legal, institutional and policy framework which structures and regulates decision-making concerning the environment
- To subject existing procedures and techniques to critical analysis
- Consider emerging trends in the approach to environmental law
- Know the salient provisions of the framework legislation that govern International Environmental Law
- sensitivity to the economic, social and political realities of environmental regulation
- Develop practical skills to facilitate effective engagement with the Environmental Law
Registration for the course will be on first-come-first-serve basis, due to limited number of seats.
Interested applicants are required to make a Demand Draft in favour of ‘Mr. Devanik Saha’ payable at Delhi. Post your Demand Draft at the following address:
C/o Mr Devanik Saha
Director, Centre for Environmental Law, Policy and Development
215-A, Pocket C , Siddharth Extension,
Please mention your Name along with the Demand Draft.
Additionally, fill up the online registration form and email it to email@example.com
After this, your registration will be confirmed through email and you will be provided with your enrolment number.
Last Date of Registration: 15th April, 2013
Students (UG & PG): Rs. 1500/-
Professionals & Academicians: Rs. 3000/-
Last date of submission of registration form: 15th April, 2013
Last date of submission of DD: 15th April, 2013
Registration confirmation: 25th April, 2013
Course Dates: 1st May- 13th June 2013
Announcement of result: 23rd June 2013
Dispatch of Certificates for successful participants: 15th July, 2013
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