(1)Definition of 'Environment'
(2)Salient Features of the Act
(3)Authorities - Composition, Powers, Functions
(4)Mechanism to Control Environmental Pollution
II.Control of Noise Pollution :
III.Emerging Principles : Historical Background and Judicial Approach in India
(8)Polluter Pays Principle
(10)Public Trust Doctrine
IV.Environmental Dispute and Grievance Settlement Mechanism :
(12)National Environment Tribunal Act, 1995-Powers, Functions and Jurisdiction of the National Environmental Tribunal
(13)National Environment Appellate Authority Act, 1997- Powers, Functions and Jurisdiction of the National Environment Appellate Authority.
54. Public Interest Lawyering, Legal aid and Para-Legal Services
This course will be taught partly through class-room instructions including simulation exercises and partly through extension programmes like Lok Adalat, Legal Aid Camp, Legal Literacy and Para-Legal Training and Legal Aid Clinic. The course will also contain lessons on Negotiations and Counselling and advising persons seeking legal aid and advice in the Law School Legal Aid Clinic, use of Computer in Legal Work, Legal research in support of Public Interest Litigation, writing of case comments, editing of Law Journals, contesting of cases sponsored by the Legal Aid Clinic in Courts and Law Office Management.
Optional papers (55, 56, 57, and 58)
Optional Paper - 1 : Intellectual Property Law - II
(1)Need and Emergence of Trade Marks Law.
(2)The Register and Conditions for Registration
(3)Procedure for and Duration of Registration
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