COMPARATIVE CONSTITUTIONAL LAW
Comparative constitutional law is the study of law to attain a deeper knowledge of legal systems with differences and similarities of another country. It allows one state to polish up its legal system by Comprehending the rules and structure of another country. This course will focus on the comparative study of constitutional law. This course explores questions like these from a comparative perspective. Elaborate view on selected topics in comparative constitutional including concepts, natural processes, and contexts of constitution-making, need for comparative study of Constitution, concepts of federalism and its legal features, the rule of law in few countries, A comparative study on judicial review. The course determines to make students familiar with the constitutional systems of a few countries.
The course will be including Live Online Classes and Doubt Clearing Sessions. Participants will be provided free digital access to study materials. The course has limited seats so as enable the professionals to pay attention to each n every student during the entire course this will help to learn more and better. 30+ hours of live sessions (recordings will be available for those who miss attending live sessions). Assessment will be based on continuous and comprehending evaluation which will include periodical (MCQs or assignments), 2 Internal Examinations, and one final examination tentative detail of which has been provided below. In case of Any dispute regarding grading criteria organizing committee LawInternships will have the final decision. Online exams can be taken at your convenience. Classes conducted by experienced professors holding a doctorate in the field of law.
Mr. Abhilash Aggarwal has worked as an Assistant Professor at Indore Institute of Law and Prestige Institute of Management, Indore. He has completed his BALLB from Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi and LLM from National University of study and Research in law, Ranchi. He is presently appointed as a Doctoral Research Scholar at Central University of Haryana. Sir has been recognized as a Gold medallist in Constitution and Administrative Law by National University of study and research in law, Ranchi.
COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES
At the end of the course the students shall:
- Exhibit advanced knowledge of key issues and concepts relating to constitutional law, constitutionalism, and the rule of law,
- Exhibit an understanding of the relationship between different constitutional and rule of law issues and concepts, and
- Exhibit an ability to independently identify and assess complex constitutional and rule of law issues, present these clearly, and argue for solutions from various points.
- Transformation of students understanding of the constitutional law role in establishing effective government system;
- Considering how comparative constitutional study can offer insights into our own constitutional system.
- Using a comparative approach to constitutional law with a view to developing a critical understanding of how different constitutional systems deal with similar issues.
UNIT-I INTRODUCTION TO COMPARATIVE CONSTITUTIONAL LAW
UNIT-III RULE OF LAW
UNIT-IV JUDICIAL REVIEW & CIVIL RIGHTS
- An internal test will be conducted after the completion of each module. The test will be based on MCQ pattern.
- An external test will be conducted after the completion of the whole course.
- Whole Course- INR 3000 (all 5 modules) Inclusive of Examination Fee.
- 1 month / 30 days
Grade Reports and Certificates will be provided to all the students and Awards to will be Given to Top 3 Merit Holders. Essential and recommended reading materials, as per this Module shall also be uploaded along with the lecture notes on the website Relevant case laws shall also be provided.