The course aims to provide an extensive and career-oriented course on General Environment Law. The course in terms of importance, versatility, and practicality incorporates almost all-important doctrines and concepts of Environment Law, including the conventions, conference, treaties, and other legal instruments made by the United Nation to deal with the issues and challenges of the environment such as global warming, depletion of the Ozone layer, deforestation, degradation of Agricultural soil, handling of a hazardous substance, etc. This course also highlights the Environment Law in Europe, Africa, Gulf Countries, and Asian Continental including India in the most detailed and systematic manner for providing crystal-clear knowledge to the aspirants about the General Environmental Law. The prime concern of the “LedX” and educationalist is to offer a cutting-edge course on General Environmental Law specially designed for legal and non-legal aspirants.
- To provide an extensive career-oriented course for achieving proficiency in General Environment Law.
- To understand the National and International evolution and importance of General Environment Law.
- To discuss the provisions of international conventions, conferences, and treaties on General Environment Law including EU, SAARC, AU, etc.
- To discuss the bone of contention in General Environment Law like hazardous substances, the common heritage of mankind, etc.
Who should attend this course:-
The career-oriented course is extremely useful for the aspirants of competitive exams, judicial services, CLAT, NET, students of B.A.LL.B, LL.B, LL.M, professionals including the practicing advocates.
- To achieve a fair and sound understanding of the concepts of General Environmental Law.
- To demonstrate good comprehension of General Environment Law in areas of aspirant’s interest or professional field.
- To apply basic research methods, data analysis, and interpretation in the field of Environment law.
- To identify the bone of contentions of General Environment Law, evaluate problem-solving strategies, and develop science-based solutions.
- To evaluate, integrate, and apply provisions and doctrine of General Environment Law to create a cohesive and persuasive argument, and to propose an effective design concept on General Environment Law.
Doubt Clearing Session:-
Certification & Verification:-
The successful learners will receive a subject expert signed Certificate with the branding of LedX to increase their job prospects.
The water (prevention and Control of Pollution) Act, 1974, Noise Pollution (Regulation and Control) Rules, 2000, Biosphere and Ecosystem, Acid rain, Global warming and Ozone layer depletion, The Air (Prevention and control of Pollution) Act, 1981, Central and State Pollution Control Boards, Legal Control of Hazardous waste, Industrial Accidents- Principle of ‘No Fault’ and ‘Absolute’ Liability, The Public Liability Insurance Act, 1991, The National Environment Tribunal Act, 1995.
Other Suggested Course:-
Oil and Petroleum Regulation, Health Law Policy and its Challenges, Law and Society, International Environmental Law
The assessment aims to offer a comprehensive understanding of the subject matter. Therefore, it incorporates questions that transcend the information provided in the course. This methodology cultivates students’ aptitude for autonomous research, enabling them to exhibit expertise in the domain while accomplishing the assessment.
Validity Of Course :-
Courses are valid for 6 months from the date of purchase.
- Lectures 48
- Quizzes 6
- Duration 7 Hours
- Skill level All levels
- Language English
- Students 276
- Certificate Yes
- Assessments Self
Unit-1: Introduction of Environment Law
Unit-2: Factors affecting the environment
Unit-3: Prevention and Control of Air Pollution
- Central Pollution Control Board
- Disqualification of the Members
- Constitution and Power of Central Pollution Board (I)
- Constitution and Power of Central Pollution Board (II)
- Power to Declare Air Pollution Area
- Power of Entry and Obtain Sample
- Judicial Interpretation
- Penalties in The Air Prevention and Control Act, 1981 (I)
- Penalties in The Air Prevention and Control Act, 1981 (II)
- General Environmental Law- Unit 3
Unit-4: Prevention and Control of Water Pollution
- Important Definitions
- Composition of Central Board
- Composition of State Board
- Composition of Joint Board
- Penalties Under the Act
- Appellate Authority
- Landmark Cases (I)
- Landmark Cases (II)
- Landmark Cases (III)
- The Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act
- General Environmental Law- Unit 4
Unit-5: Prevention and Control of Noise Pollution
Unit-6: Handling of Hazardous Substance
- Introduction of Hazardous Substance
- Meaning of Hazardous Substance and Use of Inappropriate Technology
- Biomedical Waste Management
- Solid Waste Management
- Firework Pollution
- Genetic Engineering
- Non-Fault Liability and Absolute Liability
- Case study (M.C. Mehta vs Union of India 1985)
- Case study (Bhopal case tragedy)
- Public Liability Insurance Act, 1991
- General Environmental Law- Unit 6
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