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Indian Law Institute, New Delhi, Delhi
New Delhi (District New Delhi)
Delhi, IndiaPin Code : 110001
Indian Law Institute, New Delhi Delhi is a University recognised by UGC. Status: Deemed University.
Indian Law Institute, New Delhi Delhi was established on / in 29.10.2004.
Indian Law Institute, New Delhi Delhi is situated in New Delhi of Delhi state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. New Delhi comes under New Delhi Tehsil, New Delhi District.
Fax # of Indian Law Institute, New Delhi Delhi is +91-11-23782140.
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Website of Indian Law Institute, New Delhi Delhi is www.ilidelhi.org, www.ili.ac.in.
Contact Details of Indian Law Institute, New Delhi Delhi are : Telephone: +91-11-23387526, 23389429, 23388849,23386321, 23387873, 23382190, 23073295
Deputy Registrar: PB Gupta
CoursesIndian Law Institute, New Delhi Delhi runs course(s) in Law, Research stream(s).
LLB, LL.M PG Diploma in Law Ph.D(Law)
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IntroductionThe Indian Law Institute (ILI) was founded in 1956 primarily with the objective of promoting and conducting legal research. The objectives of the Institute as laid down in its Memorandum of Association are to cultivate the science of law, to promote advanced studies and research in law so as to meet the social, economic and other needs of the Indian people, to promote systematization of law, to encourage and conduct investigations in legal and allied fields, to improve legal education, to impart instructions in law, and to publish studies, books, periodicals, etc.
The Institute is an autonomous body registered under the Societies Registration Act, 1860, the Indian Law Institute has the requisite independence and academic freedom to carry out its objectives. The membership of the Institute is now nearly three thousand representing the persons interested in the study and advancement of law.
Hon'ble Chief Justice of India is the ex-officio President of the Institute. The Law Minister of Government of India & the Attorney-General for India are its ex-officio Vice Presidents. Third Vice-President is elected by the members of the Governing Council, from among themselves. Judges of the Hon'ble Supreme Court of India and High Courts, prominent lawyers, Government officials and Professors of Law are represented in the Governing Council of the Institute.
The Institute's Library is one of the best libraries in the country. It has more than 75000 titles. It subscribes to 270 current legal periodicals. JILI is one of the leading law journal. ASIL contains surveys written by academicians and practitioners.
The Indian Law Institute has been granted Deemed University Status in 2004 vide Government of India, Ministry of Human Resource Development Notification No. F.9-9/2001-U.3 dated 29.10.2004.
The Indian Law Institute [ILI] - set up on 27th December, 1956 is an International Centre for advanced socio-legal research and has done significant work in the field of legal research, education and training. It has made notable contribution in the legal arena. Besides performing important advisory role in fostering the empirical research and making law as an instrument of social engineering, it undertakes research on current legal issues. The Institute is an autonomous body registered under the Societies Registration Act XXI of 1860 No. S. 1049 of 1956-57.
The Indian Law Institute was formally inaugurated by the first President of India Dr. Rajendra Prasad on December 12, 1957 at the Central Hall of Parliament, New Delhi in the presence of the first Prime Minister of India Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru, Hon'ble Mr. Justice S.R.Das, the then Chief Justice of India and late Dr. K.M.Munshi the then Executive Chairman of the Institute and Prof. L.R.Siva Subramanian the then Dean, Law Faculty of Delhi University.
Pt. Nehru welcomed the formation of the Institute as necessary and important and said that he would take the liberty to pay tribute and homage to the law and the men of the law and further remarked that he had no doubt that the Institute would perform an essential task in the development of a welfare state.
Aim And ObjectsThe prime objective of the ILI is to cultivate and promote the science of law and to contribute substantially in reforming the administration of justice, so as to meet the socio-economic aspirations and needs of the people through law and its instrumentalities. The Institute has achieved the place of a premier center of national & international legal research and studies, in which the lawyers from all branches of the profession, judges, government officials and academicians have been participating.
The broad objectives of the Indian Law Institute are:
to cultivate the science of law, and to promote advanced studies and research in law and its administration;
to promote the reform of administration of justice and of law and its health/development suitable to the social, economic and other needs of the people;
to promote the clarification, simplification and systematization of law;
to encourage and conduct investigations in legal and allied fields;
to promote the diffusion of the knowledge of law and its administration and principles on which they are based;
to promote the improvement of legal education, and to impart instruction in law and allied fields;
to publish studies, treatises, books, periodicals, reports and other literature relating to law and allied fields;
to undertake documentation of important legal and allied materials;
to institute and maintain libraries;
to cooperate with other societies, institutions and organizations, national and international, in the pursuit of all or any of the above objects;
to constitute or cause to be constituted regional offices at convenient centers in India to promote the activities of the Institute.
The Indian Law Institute is headed by the Hon'ble Chief Justice of India as its Ex-officio President. The Union Minister of Law & Justice and Attorney General of India are its Ex-officio Vice Presidents. A third Vice President is elected by the members of the Governing Council. The Attorney General of India, Union Ministers of Home & Human Resource Development, some Judges of the Supreme Court & some High Courts, Solicitor General of India, Chairmen, Law Commission & University Grants Commission and other prominent lawyers and law professors etc. are the members of the Governing Council.
President of InstituteHonble Justice K.G. Balakrishnan is the new President of the Indian Law Institute from January 14, 2007. He had his education in various educational institutions in Kerala. The first rank holder of the Kerala University in LL.M. Examinations of 1971 he joined the District Judiciary in 1973 after a short stint of practice. Later he resigned from the district Judiciary to join the Bar again. But destiny had him as a judge of the High Court of Kerala in 1985.
He has had opportunities later to function as Chief Justice of the Gujarat and Madras High Courts.
Justice Balakrishnan thus brought with him the rich experience to the Supreme Court when he was elevated to the Supreme Court in 2000. He is known for his simplicity, humility and scholarship. A staunch supporter of the weak and the meek, champion of Social Justice and Rule of Law, Justice Balakrishnan stands for the values, which the Indian Legal System is designed to protect. His decisions signify his legal acumen in analyzing and resolving the issues that are brought to the Supreme Court for resolution. He has left his imprint wherever he worked. Under his stewardship NALSA has become quite relevant and effective. It has recently extended its activities. Justice Balakrishnan has had enough opportunities to actively associate with various international and national organizations. He has visited many countries and participated in many international meets.
The Library of the Institute established in 1956, is one of the leading law libraries in Asia and attracts scholars from all over the World for legal research. The University Grants Commission has recognized the library as a place for legal research leading to doctorate degree in law and political science. Every year thousands of law researchers from different parts of the world visit the library for research. The Judiciary, Central and State Government officers, various Embassies and High Commissions in Delhi have also been using the referral services of the Library.
For policy formulation, Library is having a Library Committee consisting of 10 members, which include Hon'ble Judges, Attorney General of India, Solicitor General of India, Senior Advocates, Professors, Director, ILI.
Honble Mr. Justice R.V. Raveendran, Judge Supreme Court of India is Chairman, Library Committee.
LEGAL INFORMATION RESOURCE CENTRE (LIRC)
Hon'ble Mr. Justice Y.K. Sabharwal, Former Chief Justice of India, inaugurated the Legal Information Resource Centre on 4th January 2007. The LIRC having 12 computers and 2 heavy duty printers with Wi-Fi technology has been establihsed. Computers are equipped with important databases and websites.
The centre is also retrieving legal information available free of cost from Indian and foreign websites of the Apex Courts, International Courts, Legal Information Institutions, Law Commissions, Human Right Commission. The Legal Information Resource Centre is equipped with CD's and Websites which includes SCC on line, AIR InfoTech, Law Premium, West Law, Planning Commission Reports, Law Commission Reports etc. Information from Indian and foreign courts that are available free of cost such as websites of Supreme Court of India, High Courts, U.S. Supreme Court, Australian High Court, Canadian Supreme Court and other apex courts of various countries are retrieved. The Resource Centre also retrieves legal information from websites of Legal Institutions around the world. The retrieved information is made available to the readers through printouts and e-mails. Information about case law or legislation which are available on CD/Web is madeavailable to the readers.
The Indian Law Institute Library collection development policy emphasizes the acquisition of the complete primary resources of India. The legal resources of the United Kingdom, United States of America, Canada, Australia and New Zealand are also extensively acquired. Over the years, the library has developed collection on jurisprudence, judicial process, constitutional law, intellectual property, public international law, environmental law, human rights, criminal law, international business transactions, laws of the European Community, and laws of the ASEAN nations. The Library also have good collection of Parliamentary Debates (India and Great Britain), Commissions and Committee Reports, Indian Central and State Legislation, and Gazette of India notifications. Library maintain a collection of rare documents which includes, Indian law reports, Indian cases, Law reports, Federal court reports, Moore's Indian appeals, Times Law reports, Indian high courts reports-Allahabad, Bombay, Calcutta, Madras. The library subscribes to about 150 legal journals, national and international, and receives nearly 200 periodicals as gifts or in exchange. Of these, the scholarly/academic periodicals are bound annually and preserved for reference. The library currently houses a unique title collection of 70,000 books and periodicals. In addition, we have 25 CD-ROM titles. Major CD-ROMs include:
SCC-Online - full text on CD-ROM 1950 to till date comprising (a) case notes (b) full text of judgments of Supreme Court of India and (c) print facilities of Supreme Court cases for printing true print outs.
Ref World 2003 - Collection of reliable and up-to-date public domain documents from UNHCR, containing 76,000 in depth full text and searchable reports and 200 detailed maps.
India's five year plans - First fiver year plan 1951-56 to tenth five year plan 2002-2007 containing around 10,000 pages.
Law Premium - Contains Supreme Court of India cases.
Law Premium - Contains Delhi High Court cases.
Digitized version of Annual Survey of Indian Law (1965-2006) - The digital version of all the volumes are in PDF and searchable form. The digital version in single DVD, is user friendly. The search engine of DVD contains metadata search (Author, Title and Combination); full text search and search within documents.
Digitized version of the Journal of the Indian Law Institute (1958-2007) - Consisting of 48 volumes of 33,000 pages covering articles book reviews with comments. It is fully available on PDF format with search and print facilities in digitised version is available in DVD.
Apart from basic library services, the Library of Indian Law Institute offers:
Indexing of Indian Legal Periodicals.
Indexing of Indian Legislation.
Newspapers Clippings Service.
Documentation and Bibliographical Services.
The library offers its services practically throughout the year. It remains open from 9.00 AM to 8.00 PM on week days and from 10.00 AM to 7.00 PM on Saturdays and from 10.00 AM to 5.30 PM on Sundays. It remains closed on National and Gazetted holidays.
Members of the Institute are permitted to use the library for the purpose of research only for a limited period.
Only final year bona-fide students of LL.B., LL.M., Ph.D. scholars from other universities are also allowed to use the library on producing recommendation letter from the Head of the Department/Principal of the college, by paying the library entry fee of Rs. 25/- per day.
Researchers, who are not Members of the Institute, may use the Library for reference purposes only after obtaining permission from the Librarian. Temporary permission is given upto one month at a charge of Rs. 300/-p.m.
Profile of Institute of MembersProfile of Director
Dr. Dharmendra Singh Sengar was Professor and Founder Chairman, Legal Management Group at Indian Institute of Management, Lucknow. He holds his doctoral degree in Environmental Law from University of Lucknow and has a unique distinction of being the first Indian to receive Shastri Indo-Canadian Institute Fellowship in the area of Environmental Law at University of Calgary, Canada. He was a Senior Fulbright Fellow at the George Washington University Law School, Washington D.C. Dr. Sengar is the recipient of Fulbright Alumni Grant Award from the U.S. Department of State for promoting Enviro-legal Awareness amongst Youth.
Prior to joining the office of Director, ILI, Dr. Sengar was Vice-Chancellor, Mohan Lal Sukhadia University, Udaipur. He has about 27 years of academic, administrative and professional experience at various prominant institutions in the country and overseas. He has published a number of articles and research papers in journals of national and international repute. His book on Environmental Law (2007) published by the Prentice-Hall has been very well received. Dr. Sengar's areas of special interest involve Corporate Law, Contract Law & Management, Intellectual Property Law & Management, Environmental Law and International Business Law.
Profile of Faculty
Dr. S. Sivakumar
is Research Professor . His doctoral work is on Law and Media. He has published many articles in reputed national and international research journals and presented papers in national and international conferences. His projects on 'Criminal Justice Administration in Chhattisgarh' and 'Criminal Justice Administration in Kerala have been published. Dr. Sivakumar has visited many Universities and Institutions abroad.
Dr. Thomas Paul
is Associate Research Professor. He did his Master's degree in Law from Nagpur University and Diploma in Labour Law from the Indian Law Institute. He is the Co-editor of the Annual Survey of Indian Law and the Journal of the Indian Law Institute for many years. He also contributes regularly to these publications. He is currently working on 'Laws relating to Child Labour'.
Dr. Furqan Ahmad
is Associate Research Professor. He did his M.A. (Sociology) from Lucknow University, LL.M. from AMU Aligarh, and Ph.D. from Rohil Khand University, Bareilly (U.P.). He is author of a book 'Triple Talaq'. He has also contributed about forty articles including book reviews particularly on Muslim Law and Environmental Law in national and international journals. He was associated with National Law Institute University, Bhopal as Visiting Professor of Environmental Law for a tri-semester.
Dr. Jyoti Dogra Sood
is working as an Assistant Research Professor. She is a gold medallist and did her LL.B. and LL.M. from Himachal Pradesh University. Her area of specialization is Criminal Law and Environmental Law. She is presently the Assistant Editor of the Journal of the Indian Law Institute.
Dr. S.S. Jaswal,
Assistant Research Professor is interested in Constitutional Law. His doctoral thesis is on Reservation Policy on Scheduled Castes: A Socio-Legal Study. He has to his credit two books on 'Child Labour and the Law' and 'Reservation Policy and the Law'. He has written on a wide range of subjects in leading law journals.
Ms. Versha Vahini, Assistant Research Professor has done LL.M. from NLSIU, Bangalore and is currently pursuing Ph.D. from Indian Law Institute. She has taught at the premier law institutes such as National Institute of Law, Faridabad; National University of Juridical Sciences, West Bengal; National Law Institute University, Bhopal. She has attended four weeks training programmes on 'Law Teaching and Research Skills' in September 2003 in Cardiff, United Kingdom. She is handling the online course on 'Intellectual Property Rights and Information Technology in Internet Age'. Her area of specialization is Corporate Law.
Ms. Lisa P. Lukose
, Assistant Research Professor is B.A. (English), LL.B. (University of Pune) and LL.M. School of Indian Legal Thought SILT from M.G. University. She has secured First Rank with Gold Medal in LL.B. Her subject of specialization is Intellectual Property Laws. She has written articles in journals and books and presented papers on Intellectual Property Laws in a number of regional and national seminars.
Ms. Jaya V.S.
is Assistant Research Professor. She did her LL.B. from Kerala University and LL.M. from Cochin University of Science and Technology, Cochin securing First Rank with Gold Medal. As part of her internship at Indian Council of Arbitration, New Delhi, she did extensive research work on a project titled 'International Commercial Arbitration in the Indian Context'. She has also written an Article on 'Competency and Jurisdiction of Arbitral Tribunal: Stat'. She is the co-editor of the Book titled, 'Disaster Management Law' published by the Indian Law Institute.
Mr. Vishnu Konoorayar K., Assistant Research Professor secured his B.A.(L), LL.B. from Mangalore University and LL.M. from CUSAT with specialization in Human Rights Laws and Commercial Laws. His LL.M. dissertation was on Cyber Law. Before joining ILI he was working as a Lecturer in School of Legal Studies, Kannur University and WB NUJS, Kolkata. He is the co-editor of the book titled 'Disaster Management Law'. His areas of interest are Natural Resources Law, WTO Studies and Agricultural Laws.
Mr. P. Puneeth, Assistant Research Professor has done his B.A.L., LL.B. (five year) and LL.M. from Bangalore University, Karnataka. His subject of specialization is Constitutional Law and Legal Order. Earlier he had worked as a Lecturer at Dr. RML College of Law, Bangalore. His area of interest is Constitutional Law.
Ms. Arya A. Kumar, Assistant Research Professor, did her B.A. LL.B. (Hons) from Mahatama Gandhi University, Kerala and LL.M. from Cochin University of Science and Technology, Cochin with specilisation in Human Rights Laws and Consumer Laws. Earlier she had worked as a lecturer at National Law Institute University, Bhopal. She has published an article titled "Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act" in Cochin University Law Review (CLUR, Dec. 2005).
Profile of Registrar
Mr. Dalip Kumar is Registrar of the Institute. He did his B.Sc. (Hons.), M.Sc. (Chemistry) from Hans Raj College, Master of Engineering with distinction from Delhi College of Engineering and LL.B. from University of Delhi. He has more than 25 years of experience in academics and educational administration. Some of the important posts held by him are: Deputy Registrar, Guru Gobind Singh University, Deputy Director, Directorate of Training and Technical Education, Government of NCT Delhi; Administrative Officer, DIHMC, Ministry of Tourism and Project Coordinator of the World Bank assisted Technician Education Project. He was deputed by Government of NCT Delhi for three months Training Course on Environmental Pollution Control in the Technical University Halifax, Canada.
* Professor (Dr.) S. Sivakumar, Research Professor, ILI was conferred 'National Law Day Award - 2008' for legal education on 13.12.2008 by the International Council of Jurists, New Delhi. The award was given away by the Hon'ble Prime Minister of India, Dr. Manmohan Singh in the presence of Hon'ble Mr. K.G. Balakrishnan, Chief Justice of India & President, ILI and Hon'ble Dr. H.R. Bhardwaj, Union Minister for Law & Justice. The citation reads: 'For his unique contribution in Legal Education Reform Activities in India and Abroad and Shaping Policies for Continuing Legal Education'.
* Professor (Dr.) K.N. Chandrasekharan Pillai, Director, ILI was honoured as an outstanding teacher in law on the Teachers' Day on 5th Sept. 2008 by Dr. S.C. Vats, Chairman, Vivekananda Institute of Professional Studies (VIPS), New Delhi.
* Hon'ble Dr. Justice Arijit Pasayat, Judge, Supreme Court of India and Chairman, Academic Council, ILI was conferred with a Degree of LL.D. (Honoris Causa) by Fakir Mohan University, Vyasa Vihar, Balasore.
* Professor (Dr.) K.N. Chandrasekharan Pillai, Director, ILI was conferred the Capital Foundation Award for his contribution in the field of legal education in the SAARC Region.
* Professor (Dr.) K.N. Chandrasekharan Pillai, Director, ILI has been nominated by Government of India as Part-time member of the 18th Law Commission of India.
ACTIVITES AT THE INSTITUTE
Release of Book on "Prevention of Money Laundering"
Dr. H.R. Bhardwaj, Hon'ble Minister for Law and Justice released the book on 'Prevention of Money Laundering' on 20th August, 2008. The book is edited by Dr. K.N. Chandrasekharan Pillai, Director, Indian Law Institute and Dr. A. Francis Julian, Sr. Advocate, Supreme Court of India and Visiting faculty, ILI. The book contains some of the papers presented in this seminar organised in 2005 on the subject. While the international dimentions of anti-money laundering measures are captured by Dr. Dr. Francis Julian, Professor Pillai tries to evaluate the efficacy of the Indian legislation. The role of the banks and the technological aspects of money laundering are examined in depth in the book. All the documents on prevention of money laundering such as the enactment, rules and the notifications issued by the Govt. of India have been put in the appendix making it a self-contained comprehensive work. It is very useful for advocates, judges, law teachers and law students.
Release of "Digitized version of Annual Survey of Indian Law (1965-2006)
Dr. H.R. Bhardwaj, Hon'ble Minister for Law and Justice released the digitized version of "Annual Survey of Indian Law" containing ASIL published since 1965. It contains 42 volumes from 1965 to 2006 covering 23,000 pages. The Digital version of all the volumes in PDF & searchable format. The digitized version in single DVD, is user friendly. The search engine of DVD contains metadata search (Author, Title, and Combination); Full Text Search and Search within documents options.
Participation in Meeting and International Conference
Dr. K.N. Chandrasekharan Pillai, Director, ILI participated in the conference held by the Asian Human Rights Commission, Hong Kong in the third week of November, 2008.
Mr. Dalip Kumar, Registrar, ILI attended the ALIN General Meeting and International Academic Conference held at Nagoya University, Japan from 16th to 19th October, 2008. The theme of the Conference was 'Beyond the Global Sharing of the Statutory Text: Translation, Dictionary, Translation Memory and e-Legislation'. The Conference was jointly organized by the Korea Legislation Research Institute (KLRI), the Nagoya University Center for Asian Legal Exchange (CALE), Japan Legal Information Institute (JaLII) of Nagoya University and the Nagoya University Graduate School of Law.
Recently released publications
* Book on Prevention of Money Laundering (Edited by Dr. K.N. Chandrasekharan Pillai, Director, ILI
and Dr. A. Francis Julian, Sr. Advocate, Supreme Court of India).
* Journal of the Indian Law Institute (JILI) Vol. 50 (III) (July - Sept., 2008)
* Annual Survey of Indian Law - 2007.
* ILI Newsletter Vol. X, Issue IV (Oct. - Dec., 2008)
Publications on the Anvil
* Journal of the Indian Law Institute (JILI) Vol. 50(IV) (Oct. - Dec., 2008) Special Issue.
Hon'ble Chief Justice of India/President, ILI approved the affiliation of Dr. Girish Kumar, Lecturer, School of International Relations, M.G. University, Kottayam, Kerala with the Indian Law Institute to undertake research on the topic 'WTO Dispute Settlement Mechanism and its Treatment of Special & Differential Treatment Principles: A Study on India's Experience (1955-2004)' in association with Indian Council of Social Sciences Research, New Delhi.
Special Lectures for LL.M. Students
- Hon'ble Mr. Justice S. Rajendra Babu, Chairman, National Human Rights Commission delivered a lecture to the students of Human Rights Law (LL.M.) on 27.10.2008.
- Prof. Upendra Baxi delivered lectures on Human Rights Law to the students of LL.M. on 11th and 12th November, 2008.
- MProf. V.B. Coutinho delivered lectures to the students of Human Rights Law (LL.M.) on 4 & 6 November, 2008.
* Dr. Rohan Perera (Srilanka), Member, International Law Commission, delivered a lecture on "Drafting of Treaty" on 3.12.2008. the lecture was attended by the students of PG Diploma course in Drafting of Legislation, Treaties and Agreements, the faculty and the staff.
End term examination for LL.M.
The end semester examinations for both 1st and 3rd Semester students of the LL.M. Programme was conducted from 8th to 19th December 2008.
Conduct of Supplementary Examinations - 2008
The supplementary Examinations of the Post Graduate Diploma Courses was held on 06.10.2008. The result of the examination was declared on 24.10.2008.
E-learning Course on IPRs
Admissions have been made to the 13th Batch of the E-Learning Course on IPRs and IT in the Internet Age. Last date for submission of application form was 15th December, 2008. More than 200 candidates have been enrolled for the current batch.
E-learning Course on Cyber Law
Admissions have been made to the 2nd Batch of the E-Learning Course on Cyber Laws. Last date for submission of application form was 15th December, 2008. More than 100 candidates have been enrolled for the current batch.
Major Research Projects
Project from Rajya Sabha Secretariat
The Rajya Sabha Secretariat has assigned to the Indian Law Institute a project to prepare a 'Compendium of Judicial Pronouncements Relating to Parliament and State Legislatures Since Independence'. After various meetings with the Secretary General, Rajya Sabha, the project team finalized the draft report. The report is in two volumes. Volume I is an analysis of all the decisions of the Apex Court and the High Courts on different aspects of the functioning of the Parliament and the State Legislatures. It analyses the case laws to examine the existing legal position in the light of constitutional provisions and Constituent Assembly Debates. Volume II is the summary of the relevant case laws on the point. The draft report was submitted on 11.12.2008. The project team consists of Ms. Lisa P. Lukose, Mr. P. Puneeth and Ms. Arya A. Kumar, Assistant Research Professors, ILI.
Project from Ministry of Panchayati Raj
Ministry of Panchayati Raj has conveyed its approval to conduct 'Study of Central Laws Relating to Scheduled Areas with a View to harmonize their Provisions with the Aims and Objectives of Panchayat (Extension to Scheduled Area) Acts, 1996'. The study will be completed in three months. Dr. Jyoti Dogra Sood, Sr. Assistant Research Professor and Dr. S.S. Jaswal, Assistant Research Professor will be conducting the study.
The Indian Law Institute submitted to the UGC two Major Research Projects and two Minor Research Projects on the following topics for approval.
Major Research Project:
a. The Global Copyright and Neighbouring Right Regime: Opportunities, Challenges and Options for Broadcasting Media in India, and
b. The Status of the Scheduled Tribes of the State of Jharkhand.
Minor Research Project:
a. The Global Climate Change Regime and Fairness in International Environmental Law: A Study with Reference to India, and
b. Role of Courts in International Commercial Arbitration : A Comparative Study of UNCITRAL Model Law and Indian Arbitration Law.
* Prof. S. Sivakumar, Research Professor, participated in the Indo-EU Business Forum meeting held in London on 31.10.2008 and delivered a lecture on 'Judicial Reforms in India'. He also participated in the conference on Dynamics of Federalism: Indian Experience organised by Naples University, Naples, Italy and presented a paper.
* Dr. S. Sivakumar, Research Professor, Ms. Jaya V. S, Ms. Lisa P. Lukose and Mr. Vishnu Koonoyar K., Assistant Research Professors presented papers in the International Conference on Jurists on Terrorism, Rule of Law and Human Rights organized by International Council of Jurists on 13th to 14th December, 2008 at Vigyan Bhavan, New Delhi.
* Dr. Furquan Ahmad, Associate Research Professor has published a book titled 'Legal Regulation of Hazardous Substances'. He also presented a paper in the National Seminar on 'Human Rights Perspective of Media Trial' organised by Mody Institute of Technology & Science, Faculty of Juridical Sciences at Lakshmangarh, Rajasthan on 15-16, November, 2008.
* Dr. S.S. Jaswal, Assistant Research Professor has contributed an article titled 'International Human Right Instruments and their Relevance to Women' in the Human Rights Year Book: 2008 (International Institute of Human Right Society, Universal Law Publishing Co. Pvt. Ltd., pp. 188-201).
* Mr. Vishnu Koonorayar, Assistant Research Professor presented a paper in the International Conference on Cyber Security organized jointly by World Council for Corporate Governance, Institute of Directors and International Academy of Law on 29th and 30th November 2008 at S.M Convention Centre, Gurgaon.
BackgroundIndian Law Institute(ILI) has been the pioneer in the field of teaching and training of intellectual property laws and cyber laws. After having established a sound framework for the classroom teaching in these fields, we now plan to traverse the virtual world to embark on e-education.
By e-education is meant an innovative, on-line teaching technique for distance learning that utilizes the Internet for teaching purposes. E-education would bring teachers specializing in intellectual property issues closer to students in all corners of India through virtual means. This method allows students to undertake the ILI educational programs in intellectual property at their own place anywhere in India.
The Institute would use distance learning as an alternative and a complement to traditional training methods in order to make course materials accessible to large audiences throughout India.
The Institute's initiative takes full advantage of information technology and the Internet as an alternative and a complement to traditional training programs. It offers new teaching methodologies, specially-designed course materials, evaluation tools, tailored means of delivery, and greater accessibility.
Teaching would take place in the virtual environment of the Institute's Web site. A network of tutors on the panel of ILI will be available to guide the students. Students and teachers can interact as often as necessary during the course, because communication takes place through e-mail.
At the end of the program, successfull students receive a certificate acknowledging completion of the course.
Things that would take place on-line in the course:
Student tests and assignments
Who can pursue?
Anyone who has access to computer and the Internet can benefit from the Institute's e-learning programme .
It is a general course which would be of immense value to persons who fall in the following categories:
Law enforcement personnel - customs officials, police officials, etc.
Intellectual Property Offices in Government Sector
The syllabus is divided in four components:
Copyright and neighbouring rights
Trademarks, Geographical Indications and Domain Names
Management of Intellectual Property Rights
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History And CoursesThe Indian Law Institute (ILI) was founded in 1956 primarily with the objective of promoting and conducting legal research. The objectives of the Institute as laid down in its Memorandum of Association are to cultivate the science of law, to promote advanced studies and research in law so as to meet the social, economic and other needs of the Indian people, to promote systematization of law, to encourage and conduct investigations in legal and allied fields, to improve legal education, to impart instructions in law, and to publish studies, books, periodicals, etc.
The Indian Law Institute is headed by the Hon'ble Chief Justice of India. Today the Institute has own building, built on one and half acre of land at Bhagwandas Road, New Delhi. The Institute is also having huge multi-storied building with 100 rooms approximately.
It has its own Annexe consisting of 16 rooms which comprises of a hostel for visiting research scholars and four rooms on the ground floor for the employees of the Indian Law Institute (ILI).
The Institute's Library is one of the best libraries in the country. It has more than 75000 titles. It subscribes to 270 current legal periodicals. Today JILI is regarded as one of the leading law journal of the country. ASIL contains surveys written by academicians and practitioners.
Eligibility criteria for LLB is 50% marks, degree in any discipline for all Post Graduate Diploma except Diploma in Labour Law.
1. Master of Law (LLM) (day classes - full time).
2. Postgraduate Diploma in following Law's :( Evening Classes)
* Administrative Law
* Alternate Disputes Resolution (ADRs)
* Corporate Law and Management
* Cyber Law
* Environmental Law
* Human Rights Law
* Intellectual Property Rights Laws
* International Trade Law
* Labour Law
* Securities and Banking Laws
* Tax Law
3. Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Law
Indian Law Institute
Bhagwan Das Road, New Delhi - 110001
Phone. No: 011- 23073295, 23387526
Fax No: 011- 23782140.
Vission And MissionIndira Gandhi National Open University, the National Resource Centre for Open and Distance Learning with international recognition and presence, shall provide seamless access to sustainable and learner-centric quality education, skill up gradation and training to all by using innovative technologies and methodologies and ensuring convergence of existing systems for massive human resource required for promoting integrated national development and global understanding.
To advance frontiers of knowledge and promote its dissemination through sustainable open and distance learning systems seamlessly accessible to all, including hitherto unreached, from among whom the leaders and innovators of tomorrow will emerge, the University shall:
Strengthen the development of national resource centre as a proactive role model for high quality and learner-centric open and distance learning system.
Share professional capabilities and resources to improve standards of distance education in the country.
Assess and accredit institutions of open and distance learning periodically to promote centres of excellence in the country.
Develop networks using emerging technologies and methods with global reach for effective programme delivery.
Provide an intelligent flexible system of education to meet the challenges of access and equity and work towards development of knowledge society.
Forge convergence of all systems and work for seamless education across national boundaries to develop global collaboration and partnership.
Take education to the hitherto unreached and promote community participation for local development through life-coping skills.
Provide specific need-based education and training opportunities for continuous professional development and skill up gradation to in-service professionals.
Strive towards continuous development of methods and strategies for R&D for knowledge generation in frontier areas, including open and distance learning.
Promote integration of open and formal systems to facilitate learner mobility through credit transfer and credit exemption arrangements with partner institutions.
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