A. NMEICT Initiatives by MHRD

B. Access to DU Library resources from home 

C. Online lectures and teaching materials by the Law Centre - I, faculty members.  

1. Lectures by Prof. Ved Kumari 
2. Public International Law (Lecture) by Dr L. Pushpakumar
3. Environmental Law (Lecture) by Dr L. Pushpakumar 
4. CrPC Lectures by Dr Alok Sharma
5. ADR Lectures by Dr Alok Sharma
6. Mediation in Compoundable and Non-Compoundable Offences - Audio Lectures by Dr Sunanda Bharti
7. Taxation Law (Income from Profits or Gains of Business or Profession) [Write Up] [Video Lecture] by Dr Ratnabali K.
8. Lectures on CrPC by Mr. Krishna Murari Yadav
9. Professional Ethics and Contempt of Court by Dr Sarvesh (Audio Lecture)
10. Intellectual Property Law - I Google Classroom [Code: 3uqqbd7] by Mr Anil Sain
11. Principles of Taxation Google Classroom [Code: o7s3yzv] by Mr Anil Sain
12. Intellectual Property Rights, Google Classroom [Code: gvu4pye] by Dr Sanjivini Raina
13. Competition Law Google Classroom [Code: 2ci5u5z] by Dr Sanjivini Raina
14. Case on Advocacy & Professional Ethics - Salil Dutta v. T.M. and M.C. (P) Ltd. by Dr Sarvesh
15. Transfer of Property Rights (Lectures) by Mr. Amit Kumar Sinha
16. Public International Law Google Classroom [Code: ewzttoc] by Pushkar Anand
17. International Institutions Google Classroom [Code: 3o53an3] by Pushkar Anand
18. Property Law Google Classroom [Code: 7buiqa2] by Ms Meena Kumari
19. Law of Evidence Google Classroom [Code: rnxcuao] by Ms Meena Kumari
20. Advocacy and Professional Ethics - Audio Lectures by Mr. Parveen K Singh
21. Environmental Law (Lectures) by Ms Taniya Malik
22. Labour Law Lecutres and Materials by Mr. Jatin Kalon
23. Professional Ethics Lectures by Ms. Ankeeta Gupta
24. Professional Ethics Lectures by Ms. Swati Garg
25. Family Law Lectures by Ms. Ankeeta Gupta
28. Kartar Singh v. Harbans Singh by Ms Neha Verma
29. Section 52 (Part 1) (Part 2) (Part 3) (Part 4) by Ms Neha Verma
32. Dalip Kumar v. Jeewan Ram by Neha Verma

A. Glimpses from the National Seminar on Law of Environment, Administration and Development (LEAD), 12th February 2020

Law Centre - I firmly believes in the fundamental duty enshrined under Article 51 A (g) of the Constitution i.e. it shall be the duty of every citizen of India to protect and improve the natural environment including forests, lakes, rivers and wildlife and to have compassion for living creatures., and is mindful of the fact that it is our small initiatives which will help us attain the larger objective of environmental protection. The Centre follows a strict policy of not using plastic bottles during various programmes organized in our centre as well as conduct plantation drives on special occasions. In line with the above-mentioned belief and commitment, to propagate and discuss the challenges in the implementation of the principle of Sustainable Development, Law Centre - I in association with Indian Law Institute, New Delhi organized a National Seminar on “Laws of Environment: Administration & Development (LEAD) 2020” on 12 February 2020.

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