Union Justice Minister to Launch Online Course on Indian Constitution Today | Education

ByMike V. Cooper

Nov 25, 2021

Union Law and Justice Minister Kiren Rijiju will launch an online course on the Indian Constitution today at Bhim Auditorium, Dr. Ambedkar International Center (DAIC), 15, Janpath, New Delhi in collaboration with the National Academy of Legal Studies & Research (NALSAR), University of Law. The course will be launched on the eve of “Constitution Day”.

Registration for this course is free. However, for those who wish to obtain a Certificate of Appreciation or Certificate of Merit, a nominal fee of ??100 will be charged, according to an official statement.

“Keeping in mind the essence of the online course, the opportunity will also see a wide and enthusiastic participation of students, faculty and senior officials from major law universities in India,” the statement added.

After registering, candidates can learn about the text of the Constitution and key cases, identify the fundamental political choices embodied in the Constitution, examine historical developments and understand the post-independence constitutional journey, through a series of 15 concept videos.

The online course will be available at legalaffairs.nalsar.ac.in.

SPS Baghel, Minister of State for Law and Justice; Anoop Kumar Mendiratta, Secretary, Department of Legal Affairs and Secretaries of Legislative Department, Department of Justice, as well as other senior officials of the Ministry of Law and Justice and Professor (Dr) Faizan Mustafa, Vice-Chancellor, NALSAR University of Law to be present at the launch event.