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Language: English

Learners Enrolled: 34 (Past) + 1 (Active)

Course Duration: 180 Days

Course Fees (INR): 5500/-

Course Description

Course Objective:
  • In the absence of effective enforcement machinery, the substantive Criminal Law which defines offenses and provides punishments for them would be almost worthless. Therefore, the need for the Code of Criminal Procedure. The present course intends to acquaint the students with the various pre judicial and judicial procedures. This course also includes the rights and duties of those proceeded against and the powers, duties, and restraints on those administering the criminal justice process.
  • The course will tell the importance of a Fair Trial - constitutional perspectives of a fair trial: Articles 14, 20, 21, Section – 2: Definitions; classes of Criminal Courts: Sections 6 to 13 including their powers and jurisdiction. The organization of Police, Prosecutor, Defense Counsel, and Prison Authorities along with their duties, functions, and powers. FIR, Arrest, and Bail provisions, bonds, process to compel appearances and production of things, search and seizure – search warrants, search without warrants, police search during investigations, general principles of search, seizure, and constitutional aspects of validity of search and seizure proceedings. Form of Charge, joinder of charges, alteration of charge, basic rule regarding charge and its trial, withdrawal of charges, the effect of error in the charge. Language of Courts, decision on evidence partly recorded by one judge or magistrate and partly by another, summary procedure to deal with certain cases of perjury and certain kinds of contempt of court, evidence in inquiries and trials, general provisions as to inquiries and trials, provisions as to accused persons of unsound mind.
  • The Course has been designed to acquaint the students of Law with the Professional Ethics and Professional etiquette that are essentially significant for an advocate to observe while at the Bar. Accountability and transparency are imperative to the profession. Besides, the conducive and cordial Bar- Bench relations can send a good message concerning the richness of the Legal profession. With this background cue, the course aims at developing insights for the students about the professional parameters.
  • The most amazing part is the MCQs. The portion has been covered from all the areas of law which will be very interesting to solve and work on.
  • Text & References:
  • Sanjeev Rao, Indian Advocates Act, 1971.
  • M.P. Jain, Indian Legal History (Chap. On Legal Profession).
  • Krishna Murthy Iyer’s Book on Advocacy.
  • The Contempt of Courts Act, 1971.
  • Journal of Bar Council of India.
Benefits of doing this Online Course from IALM:
  • Proficient morals incorporate a moral code overseeing the direction of people occupied with the act of law just as people occupied with the lawful area. All individuals from the lawful calling have a central obligation to the court and towards the organization of equity. This obligation beat every single other obligation, particularly in the conditions where there might be a contention of obligations. It is significant that lawful specialists maintain honesty, give legitimate help to the court, and advance open trust in the lawful framework. In completing their obligations, they are required and expected to manage different individuals from the lawful calling with politeness and integrity. Advocates, aside from being experts, are likewise officials of the court and assume a crucial job in the organization of equity.
  • As needs are, the arrangement of decisions that oversee their expert lead emerges out of the obligations that they owe to the court, the customer, their adversaries, and different backers. Rules on the expert measures that a backer needs to keep up are referenced in Chapter II, Part VI of the Bar Council of India Rules. These Rules have been given under area 49(1)(c) of the Advocates Act, 1961.
Jobs & Career Opportunities:

In most cases, employees and employers have to follow some code of conduct which is mandatory in every organisation and work ethically without involving in any illegal issues. These are the career options in which employees have to work ethically and make their subordinates follow the same code of conduct that he/she is following throughout their job.

  • Aid worker: Aid workers help people in overseas countries affected by man-made and natural disasters like wars, outbreaks of disease and earthquakes.
  • Advocates: Advocates give specialist legal advice, advising solicitors and representing people in court, at tribunals and in public inquiries.
  • Civil Service administrative officer: Civil Service administrative officers work in government departments, carrying out policies and running services for the public.
  • Civil Service executive officer: Civil Service executive officers work in government departments that develop policies and provide services to the public.
  • Editorial assistant: Editorial assistants provide support at all stages of the publication process for books, journals, magazines and online content.
  • Higher education lecturer: Higher education (HE) lecturers research and teach academic and vocational subjects at universities and higher education colleges.
  • Human resources officer: Human resources (HR) officers hire, develop and look after employees in a company.
  • Local government officer: Local government officers put council policies into practice and provide local services.
  • Marketing executive: Marketing executives promote a company's products, services or brand.
  • Paralegal: Paralegals carry out research, prepare legal documents and give legal advice to clients.
  • Primary school teacher: Primary school teachers are responsible for the educational, social and emotional development of children from age 5 to 11.
  • Psychotherapist: Psychotherapists use talking techniques and therapies to help people who are distressed, or have mental health problems.
  • Public relations officer: Public relations (PR) officers manage an organisation's public image and reputation.
  • Recruitment consultant: Recruitment consultants help employers find suitable staff, and match people to permanent and temporary jobs.
  • Secondary school teacher: Secondary school teachers teach children from 11 to 16, or up to 19 in schools with sixth forms.
  • Solicitor: Solicitors advise clients about the law and act on their behalf in legal matters.

Other Important Information About This Online Course:

  • Maximum Duration to complete the Course: 180 Days
  • Course Fees: Rs. 5500/- (Several Payment Options Available: Credit & Debit Cards, CHEQUE, Demand Draft, Cash, Wire Transfer – NEFT, PAYTM)
  • Online Evaluation Method: Based on “Multiple Choice Question (MCQs)” and an “Assignment Submission” of 500 words.
  • The score of the online examination will be taken as the final result and Grade will be assigned as per the following scheme: Grade A – 80-100, Grade B – 65-79, Grade C – 50-64, Reattempt – Below 50
  • Next Batch: Each IALM course starts immediately after payment. Students can register online for the course at any time. Upon payment of fees and registration, the present Course will start immediately.

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