GNLU: Advanced Training Programme on Appreciation of Evidence in Criminal Trial
The Gujarat National Law University is always been trying to impart best legal intellectual services by providing platforms to discuss, learn and impart knowledge in terms of organizing seminars, conferences in specialised areas and also through organising capacity building advanced training programmes to different stakeholders. To cater the needs of young practising Advocates in the field of criminal law, GNLU is organising Advanced Training Programme on “Appreciation of Evidence in Criminal Trial”
The law of evidence is an indispensable part of both substantive and procedural laws. It imparts credibility to the adjudicatory process by indicating the degree of veracity to be attributed to 'facts' before the forum. The finding of the facts, the question of law and the conclusion of the court culminating into the judgments in a criminal case mainly based on the appreciation of evidence. The rules of evidence are not applied independently from other factors and do not exist solely as a matter of academic interest. They are a dynamic set of principles which interact with other essential factors including the rules of substantive law, the rules of procedures and the substantive characteristics of many of the participants in the trial. Therefore, evidence in criminal trial may be available in any different forms and appreciation thereof is the heart and soul of the dispensation of justice delivery system.
Appreciation of evidence involves weighing the credibility and reliability of the evidence presented in the case. Hence, this course is designed to impart the practical knowledge of appreciation of different forms of evidence in criminal trial.
- To impart the knowledge about the concepts and principles underlying the law of evidence.
- To discuss the relevancy and admissibility of different forms of evidence in criminal trial.
- To impart the skills of appreciation of different forms of evidence.
- To discuss the effectiveness of evidence related provisions under the Criminal Laws (Amendment) Act, 2013
- To analyze the recommendations of 185th Law Commission of India’s Report on review of the Indian Evidence Act, in the light of recent leading judgments.
Methodology of the Course:
- Group Discussions
- Case Analysis
Who Can Participate?
- Legal personnel/ Legal Advisors
- Aspirants for Judicial Services
- Students (pursuing full time undergraduate/postgraduate programmes in Law)
Duration: 14 hours
Number of participants: 25-30
Non- Refundable Fees:
- GNLU Participants: 1000/-
- Others: 1200/-
How to Apply:
Each applicant shall have to fill-in and submit online registration form along with payment of requisite fees by following the link given below and choose the category ‘Prog. On Appreciation of Evidence in Criminal Trial: https://www.onlinesbi.com/prelogin/icollecthome.htm?corpID=627430
Last Date for Registration: 31th July, 2017
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