This training programme is introduced to make participants understand how Constitution of India provides for right to democracy. Election and Electoral Process forms the basic foundation of democracy. Elections could be viewed as a part of the political process that reaches the culminating point of establishment of democratic governance. The proposed training programme would offer both these perspectives, both are having points of convergence than divergence. The subtle difference is that the Constitutional foundation gives a rights axis and the political perspective gives the philosophical position. The introduction of the training programme will be done on the political structure of democracy and will proceed to the postulate of free and fair elections. The legal framework with regard to the process of election ranges from general enactments like the Indian Penal Code to specific election related laws like Representation of People’s Acts not forgetting the innumerable Rules and Orders under the Constitution and specific Legislations. Case laws in this area are major force of development and balance. Amendments by Legislative bodies and the orders and notifications of Election Commission also occupy the same field. Law Commission and National Commission on the Review of Constitution are the other major players.
Innovation and Contribution: This training programme of teaching Election Law is governed under the Constitution of India and different laws. How the Election law provided governance of election system in India? – This is the first time that a training program based on Election law and its practice is created along Election Reforms. This training programme aims to provide comprehensive knowledge about various processes established for the conduct of elections. Training aims to provide a structure about the reforms argued in the election system of India.
Profile of Faculty/Resource Person: Dr. Girish. R, Assistant Professor of Law, Gujarat National Law University, has 11 years of teaching experience. He has experience in Constitutional Law, Administrative Law, Comparative Public Law, Law of Contracts and Election Laws. His research fields include Election Laws, Government Contracts and Public Procurement Law and Criminal Justice Systems.
Duration: 15 hours, 4 Days
Tentative Dates: 21st – 24th September, 2017 (Thursday to Sunday).
Venue: Academic Halls, Gujarat National Law University, Gandhinagar, Gujarat, India.
Methodology: Lectures, Presentation of Statutes, Case-laws from India and comparison of major legal systems from other countries.
Evaluation: 25 marks (MCQs 20 marks + Participation 5 Marks)
Fees: Rs. 750/- For participants (Note: Fees include only registration, tuition and course material)
Accommodation & food: By participants (You may contact Dr Girish R, +918128650806, +919824497684,email@example.com)
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