DME Advance Learning
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ABOUT DME ADVANCED LEARNING CENTRE
The DME Advanced Learning Centre has been set up with a vision that everyone irrespective of his or her background is able to have access to quality education. Led by reputed academicians and industry experts, this Centre enables enhanced and ﬂexible learning environment in a global classroom. This digital learning initiative is open to everyone from students to experienced professionals. In this light, the DME Advanced Learning Centre is launching its ﬁrst one month online certiﬁcate course on ‘Gender Justice and the Criminal Justice System in India’.
ABOUT THE COURSE
The course on ‘Gender Justice and the Criminal Justice System in India’ deals with crimes against women and gender justice. The issue of gender justice has been a matter of discussion and deliberation, both at the international and national levels from a long time. With the increased participation of women in the economic, social, political and religious spheres of life, the instances of gender discrimination and crimes against women in India have increased multifold. Since independence and over a period of time legislative efforts have been made to control and prevent the commission of certain forms of crimes against women in India. After the Delhi Gang Rape case in the year 2012 further amendments were made in the criminal law in the year 2013 with a view to create a strong legal framework for safeguarding the interests of women. Despite these amendments, crimes against women have been increasing at an alarming rate. The Kathua and the Unnao rape cases are examples of the increase in crimes against women.
The Course focuses on understanding the status of women, the nature of crimes committed against women, the law relating to such crimes, the role of the enforcement agencies, the procedural intricacies involved and the judicial decisions made to strengthen the position of women in society. The course provides eleven video recorded lecture sessions along with written study material.
The one month online certiﬁcate course on ‘Gender Justice and the Criminal Justice System in India’ has the following objectives:
- To promote gender justice as a priority concern in development, planning and implementation.
- To make the students sensitive about how gender plays a key role in the way women and men participate in social, political, economic and cultural institutions and activities.
- To create awareness among the students on the criminal law and the criminal justice system pertaining to the rights of women.
- To enable them to analyze the policies, constitutional provisions and programmes relating to gender issues in India.
- To develop an understanding of the structures that perpetuate gender inequalities at the level of the household, the community, the workplace and the State.
- All law, non-law, UG and PG students
- Academicians/ Researchers
- Lawyers/ Law Enforcement Agencies
- Professionals/ Consultants
- Social Workers/ NGO members
- Home Makers
- One month online certificate course will be conducted in eleven sessions.
- Lectures will be delivered by eminent persons from the legal fraternity.
- Study material will be provided to the students/participants.
- The students will be assessed /evaluated on the basis of online assignments the details of which will be provided once the student registers himself or herself for the course.
The fee for the Online Certificate Course will be Rs. 5000/- that has to be deposited at the time of registration. Payment details as mentioned below:
For Online transfer through NEFT/RTGS:
Delhi Metropolitan Education
Bank: HDFC Bank Ltd.
Branch: Sector 18, Noida
Account No: 50100187447560
IFSC Code: HDFC0001592
The DME Advanced Learning Centre will issue the online certificates only to those students who fulfil the following criteria:
- It is obligatory for the students to register themselves for the Course.
- The students must pay the fees at the time of registration.
- It will be compulsory to attend/view all the online sessions.
- The students will be examined on the basis of their performance in their online assignments.
- The assessment /evaluation will be done by awarding grades.
- Status of women in:
- Pre Vedic times
- Vedic times
- Ancient times
- Medieval Period
- British Period
- Contemporary times
- Gender Justice and the Law: Violence against Women
- International Human Rights and Gender Justice
- Crimes against women within the family
- Domestic Violence
- Dowry related offences
- Female Foeticide/Infanticide
- Crimes against women outside the family
- Sexual Harassment at Workplace
- Outraging the Modesty of a Woman/Sexual Harassment
- Grievous Hurt/Acid Attack
- Trafficking in women and girls
- The Enforcement Mechanism and Gender Justice
- Role of Police
- Role of the Prosecutor
- Role of Judiciary
- Role of Civil Society
|Session 1||Status of Women in India from ancient to contemporary times||Prof. Manjula Batra|
Professor of Law, Director Research and Advanced Learning, Delhi Metropolitan Education (affiliated to GGSIPU);
|Session 2||International Human Rights and Gender Justice||Prof. Manoj Kumar Sinha|
Professor of Law,
Director: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi
|Session 3||Rape Laws||Prof. Mrinal Satish|
Professor of Law, National Law University, Delhi
|Session 4||Domestic Violence||Dr. Shivani Goswami|
Associate Professor, School of law and Legal Studies, GGSIPU
|Session 5||Dowry Prohibition Act, 1961 and Female foeticide||Dr. Bharti|
Associate Professor, National Law University, Delhi
|Session 6||Sexual Harassment at workplace||Dr. Jyoti Dogra Sood|
Associate Professor, Indian Law Institute
|Session 7||Acid Attack, voyeurism and stalking||Prof. Ritu Gupta|
Professor of Law, National Law University Delhi
|Session 8||Trafficking in women and girls||Prof. Usha Razdan|
Formerly Professor of Law and Professor- in-charge, Law Centre I, Faculty of Law, University of Delhi
|Session 9||Role of Police, Prosecution and Gender Justice||Dr. Anurag Deep|
Associate Professor, Indian Law Institute, New Delhi
|Session 10||Role of Judiciary and Gender Justice||Prof. Upendra Baxi|
Former Vice Chancellor, University of Delhi;
|Session 11||Role of civil society and Gender Justice||Dr. Aman Hingorani|
Advocate, Supreme Court of India
- Prof. Upendra Baxi is a renowned national and international jurist. He was awarded Padama Shri by the President of India in the year 2011 for his exemplary work in the ﬁelds of law and political science. He graduated from Rajkot (Gujarat University), read law at the University of Bombay, and holds an LLM degree from the same. He obtained his PhD degree from the University of California, Berkeley in the year 1973. Prof. Baxi is noted for his pedagogic and research contributions at many institutions. His internationally acknowledged contributions lie in the areas of Third World and International Law theory and movement, sociological studies of human rights theory and practice, the relationship between techno science formations and the law, transformative constitutionalism and adjudicatory policymaking, and critical studies of globalization of law. Prof. Baxi is a proliﬁc writer and has written extensively on law and related subjects.
- Prof. (Dr.) Manjula Batra was formerly Professor of Law and Dean at Faculty of Law, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi. She was also the Chairperson of the Ordinance Committee, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi. Prof. Batra had also worked (on deputation basis) as a Professor and Director at the Vivekananda Institute of Professional Studies, aﬃliated to Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, New Delhi. She has been pursuing her career in law for over three decades. She attained her legal education including her Ph.D degree from Campus Law Centre, University of Delhi. Prof. Batra has a diverse and wide academic experience having been associated with prominent National and State Universities and other educational institutions across the country. She has books and many articles to her credit.
- Prof. (Dr.) Manoj Kumar Sinha is the Director of the Indian Law Institute, New Delhi. He did his Doctorate in International Law from Jawaharlal Nehru University, LL.M. from the University of Nottingham and LL.B from University of Delhi. He has published extensively in the ﬁeld of international law, international relations, constitutional law, international human rights, humanitarian and refugee laws, in reputed National and International Law journals. Prof. Sinha has authored, edited and co-edited several books.
- Dr. Aman M. Hingorani is a renowned lawyer and mediator. He practices in the Supreme Court of India and the High Court of Delhi. He has taught law at several notable institutions in India and abroad.
- Prof. Usha Razdan is a former Professor of Law Campus Law Centre-I, University of Delhi. She was awarded her PhD degree from Jammu University in the year 1992. Her specialization is in Criminal Law. She was awarded a Commonwealth Fellowship to pursue her studies in law at the London School of Economics and Political Science, London in the year 1998-99. She was also awarded Scholarship to pursue research in law at the Max Plank Institute for Foreign and International Criminal Law, Germany in the year 2015. She has published various articles in reputed journals.
- Prof. Mrinal Satish is a graduate from the National Law School of India University, Bangalore (NLSIU). He holds a Masters degree and a Doctoral degree in law from Yale Law School. His research interests include sentencing, gender and the law, medical jurisprudence, empirical analysis of law, reproductive justice including others. Prof. Satish has published articles in several renowned national and international journals.
- Prof. (Dr.) Ritu Gupta is a Professor of law at the National Law University, Delhi. She has authored two books; one on ‘Sexual Harassment at Work Place’ and another ‘Law of Contract’ both published by LexisNexis. She has been conferred ‘REX Karamveer Global Fellowship and Karamveer Chakra Award’ in March 2015 for her outstanding contribution to women empowerment.
- Dr. Jyoti Dogra Sood is an Associate Professor of law at the Indian Law Institute, New Delhi. She has written several articles which have been published in national and international journals. Dr. Sood was appointed as a visiting research fellow in the University of New South Wales in the year 2009 for a period of three years. She has been associated with the journal of the Indian Law Institute for the last eight years as Associate Editor.
- Dr. Bharti is an Associate Professor of Law at NLU, Delhi. She has several articles published in prominent law journals. Dr. Bharti’s areas of interest include Constitutional Law, Environmental Law, Family Law and Criminology.
- Dr. Shivani Goswami is an Associate Professor in Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, Dwarka, Delhi and has 17 years of experience in teaching Family Law. She has recently written a book on Family Law I which is published by Central law Publications. She has to her credit several Articles on Family Law published in well-known International and National journals.
- Dr. Anurag Deep is an Associate Professor of Law at the Indian Law Institute, New Delhi. He did his LL.B. and LL.M. from BHU, Varanasi. He did his Ph.D. from Deen Dayal Upadhyay Gorakhpur University on ‘Laws regarding Terrorism and Violation of Human Rights (with special Reference to Cyber Terrorism)’.
What do you mean by Certificate Course?
A short duration course ranging from few hours to three months based on industry needs or knowledge enhancement is called certificate course. Completion of the certificate demonstrates evidence of specialized education achievement.
What is the difference between certificate and certification?
Certification includes an experience and education component and requires passing an exam. … A certificate program typically indicates attendance or completion of a course or series of courses with a specific focus. They are open to newcomers and experienced professionals alike. We at DME Advance Learning Offer One Month Certificate Course.
Is the course is recognized by UGC (or any UGC recognized university)
For Running Knowledge enhancement courses no affiliation is needed. UGC or AICTE has no role as affiliating bodies for these courses. These courses are not met for employment generation like other degree courses which are 1year plus courses under universities. These DME Advance Learning short term courses are taken up by various background people for better domain area understanding and exposure current industry trends via best industry / academic speakers.
What is the value of this course?
Completion of the certificate demonstrates evidence of specialized education achievement. These certificate courses are based on Industry need for advanced knowledge on a certain area and enrich oneself with deeper understanding of the domain knowledge. While pursuing degree courses from universities students have to adhere to university prescribed syllabus and examination system. These short term courses help students’ gain deeper understanding on specialized topics apart from degree courses. The speakers are eminent names from industry and academics brought under the umbrella of DME Advance Learning. Listening to these speakers is otherwise not possible by regular students or other people.
Do I get certificate post course completion?
The certificates will be issues by DME Advance Learning to the registered students who attend all online classes and submit the required assignments as informed time to time during one month duration for the successful completion of this course.
Is there any study material provided with the online course?
Yes, DME Advance Learning will be providing Module wise study material along with online sessions from eminent Industry/ Academic speakers. This study material will be available on the online platform as softcopy for download. DME Advance Learning is a completely digital endeavour hence no hard copy study material will be provided.
Do I need to buy any textbooks?
The study material available with every course on DME Advance Learning are thoroughly written and researched enough so you will not need to buy any required textbooks.
Will there be any exam at the end of the course?
DME Advance Learning follows a systematic assignment based evaluation process wherein the registered student will have to submit one assignment per module as per the given timeline. Please note that assignment submission as per the deadlines is mandatory feature of course completion and award of certificate.
Do my assignments get assessed and feedback given?
These assignments will be evaluated by industry experts and feedback will be provided by DME Advance Learning to the student by email.
What is the tentative timeline of the modules and timings of the online sessions?
The courses are of One Month / 30 days duration. There is no class or session time specified. Registered student can view the online sessions any time in the day. Post viewing Module one sessions students will be required to submit assignment one to move to second module sessions and so on. The DME Advance Learning Course Coordinator will be in touch with registered students from time to time during this one month duration for support and help needed.
How do I view the online sessions?
The registered students are advised to download the App named Collpoll from Google play store or login to www.dmeal.collpoll.com with help of Login Id and password provided by DME Advance Learning. In case of any login issues faced contact us for help.
Can I view sessions on my android/ iOS Phone?
Yes absolutely, a very smooth viewing experience can be benefitted by every registered student from any place where mobile network is strong. The registered students are advised to download the App named Collpoll from Google play store and sign in with help of Login Id and password provided by DME Advance Learning. In case of any login issues faced contact us for help.
How do I register for this course?
The process is very simple. Either you can pay us online and share with us the transaction PDF receipt or transaction screenshot on email id firstname.lastname@example.org or just visit us at campus (for Delhi NCR or DME Student) and pay in Cash.
What are the Bank Payment details?
The fee for the Online Certificate Course will be Rs. 5000/- that has to be deposited at the time of registration. Share with us the transaction PDF receipt or transaction screenshot on email id email@example.com. Payment details as mentioned below:
For Online transfer through NEFT/RTGS:
Delhi Metropolitan Education
Bank: HDFC Bank Ltd.
Branch: Sector 18, Noida
Account No: 50100187447560
IFSC Code: HDFC0001592
Will there be any person helping us in case of any help or queries during the one month duration.
Yes certainly. DME Advance Learning has a dedicated a course coordinator who will be in touch with registered students from registration till award of certificate. For any queries contact +91-7042667951, 7042667516, E-Mail ID: firstname.lastname@example.org
If there is any concession available in fees for female/ reserved students
We don’t have any fees concession for a female category or reserved category
If there is any concession available for DME students
Yes in order to encourage our DME students for knowledge enhancement DME Advance Learning has given DME Privilege concession of 20% on the course fees.
For any queries contact +91-7042667951, 7042667516
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