Judicial Training Academy (JTA)

Introduction

Delhi Metropolitan Education, (DME) is committed to achieve the zenith of excellence in the world of legal education and knowledge. It aims at producing successful, responsible and committed judicial officers as part of its placement programme. To achieve this objective, the institute has set up DME’s Judicial Training Academy (JTA) in 2017 under the supervision of Hon’ble Mr. Justice Bhanwar Singh, former judge, Allahabad High Court. The academy is headed by DR. Naresh Kumar Bahl, former District & Sessions judge having experience of more than three decades in the field of judicial service. Mr. P.N. Parashar, former member, Competition Commission of India is an integral part of this academy.

Aims & Objectives

 DME’s JTA is aimed to give free of cost education to their students aspiring for judicial services and other competitive examinations like, LL.M. entrance examination, Bar Council of India Examination (BCI), etc. To achieve this pious aim, the academy has engaged highly dedicated professionals including, judges, academicians, and highly qualified experts. The goal of this academy is to ensure that the students of DME get appropriate training and guidance for clearing the judicial examinations of various states. The academy ensures that the students get deep and advanced knowledge of the core subjects and they are strategically trained for preliminary, mains and interview stages of state level judicial competitive examinations.

Vision

 The vision of the academy is to ensure that the students aspiring for judicial career are prepared beforehand while graduating from this institute and at the same time they are not burdened with extra expenses to achieve this goal. JTA will help students achieve their highest professional dreams and motivate them to serve the nation to the best of their ability.

Conduct Of Classes

Classes of JTA are optional and supernumerary in nature i.e., in addition to regular classes. The classes are open to all the final year law students, who wish to join judicial services of various states.