Advanced Certificate Course on Enforcement of Fundamental Rights
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It is with profound pleasure, humility, and anticipation that we launch our Advanced Certificate Course on Enforcement of Fundamental Rights. In order to assure a well-designed framework and comprehensive knowledge, our Content Board collaborated with renowned scholars in the field of Constitutional Law to design the course.
About the Course
Fundamental Rights are those rights that are essential for the intellectual, moral, and spiritual development of the citizens of India. Every citizen of India must be well aware of their basic and essential rights. The fundamental rights that we, as citizens of India enjoy, have been enshrined in Part III of the Indian Constitution.
Hence, it becomes fairly significant for us to understand what are fundamental rights, what importance they have, what they mean, and similar questions. The makers of our Indian Constitution have given the power to the High Courts and the Supreme Court of India to ensure that no citizen is deprived of his personal and fundamental rights.
Upon the completion of this course, you shall have the basic knowledge of the fundamental rights that have been bestowed upon us and also, be well acquainted with the concept of writs and their enforcement along with their analysis.
Even a layperson may understand the course material because of its well-designed structure. In order to ensure thorough knowledge, the course has been broken into 5 sections. The modules will be emailed to the email address you provided when you enrolled, and you will have plenty of time to read through each one thoroughly to gain a deeper understanding.
First Module – Introduction and Development of Fundamental Rights
Second Module – Right to Equality
Third Module – Right to Freedom
Fourth Module – Right against Exploitation and Right to Freedom of Religion
Fifth Module – Cultural and Educational Rights and Rights to Constitutional Remedy
Upon the successful completion of this course, you shall receive your certificates at your email addresses. It must however be noted that Certificates shall only be issued when you successfully complete the whole course, i.e., study all modules and submit the completed assignments.
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