Ministry Of Law & Justice, NALSAR Hyderabad To Launch Free Online Course On Indian Constitution

The Department of Legal Affairs of the Ministry of Law and Justice, in collaboration with NALSAR University of Law, Hyderabad, will launch an online course on the Constitution of India. Candidates should note that the online course will be available on the website Legal

Anyone who has passed the 10th grade can be admitted to this course. Online courses will be made available to students on the eve of Constitution Day

The online course consists of 15 conceptual videos and the first video lecture will be available upon registration. Once the previous video is completed, the next video will gradually become available. These videos will be available for a period of 6 months from the date of registration.

Registration for this course is free. However, for those who wish to receive the Certificate of Appreciation or Merit, a token fee of Rs 100 will be charged, according to an official statement.

Participants will learn about the fundamental rights guaranteed by the Constitution through the Great Legal Revolution, the relationship between fundamental rights and basic duties, the futuristic goals of the Constitution contained in the guideline principles, and the relationship between basic rights and guideline principles, powers of the association. The role of the state executive, powers and our judiciary in taking seriously the suffering of the people, particularly through litigation in the public interest, relations between the President and Prime Minister, issuing ordinances and changing the powers of Parliament.



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