The Centre for Transparency and Accountability in Governance (CTAG) and National Academy of Law Teachers(NALT), NLU Delhi are organizing a Seven day “Capacity Development Programme on Labour and Industrial Laws” (Dec 12-18, 2016).
The idea behind organizing this event is that Labour and Industrial Laws teaching in India generally lacks orientation and is also affected by curriculum issues, approach to teaching and standardization of course material. Labour and Industrial Laws in India is taught at various levels, which includes a few independent departments, or as part of teaching in law. This interdisciplinary subject has tremendous potential to contribute for policy and other applied objectives.
Teachers engaged in UG / PG teaching of Labour and Industrial Laws at College/University/School would be eligible to participate. The total number of seats in this course are 50 and to be given on first come first serve basis. Research scholars engaged in teaching and research of Labour and Industrial Laws may be considered subject to the availability of seats.
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