Cyber Law

Diploma in Cyber Crime

Cyber Law PG Diploma in Cyber Crime

  • The goal of the law school is to train legal professionals who will assume decisive leadership positions as academics, legislators, judges, policymakers, public officials, civil society activists, and legal advisors in the private sector while upholding the highest standards of professional ethics. When it comes to internationalisation, where the nature and structure of law and practise are changing dramatically, legal education should also prepare professionals who are able to handle its new problems. Legal education must also be socially conscious and raise students' awareness of social justice issues. To ensure that the common people have access to justice and that legal concepts and legal knowledge protect the interests of the general public, new and creative solutions are required.
  • In addition to having highly skilled and experienced faculty, the school of law also provides great infrastructure, research-friendly library spaces, an electronic library, case law digitalization, and access to the most recent publications and legal databases. The UG and PG programmes' adopted teaching strategies encourage cross-disciplinary research and a practical understanding of problems. Lectures, discussions, case studies, mock trials, and project work are some of the educational strategies used. Attempts are also being made to familiarise students with the realities of a courtroom. Other course requirements include projects and assignments, which call for both a literature review and a field study. These techniques assist students in developing their communicative, analytical, and research skills.
  • In order to address the growing demand for top-notch legal professionals and consultants, the School of Law offers a demanding and multidisciplinary legal education. Theoretical knowledge and practical experience are given to students so they can take advantage of the opportunities and challenges presented by a world that is changing quickly. The school provides multidisciplinary undergraduate BA.LL.B , LL.B , LL.M, and Ph.D. programmes that have been authorised by the Bar Council of India, as well as a Doctor of Laws programme in accordance with a notification from the Chhattisgarh government.
  • Many employment options in a variety of sectors are made possible by a law degree. Studying law is even more effective than studying political science for deepening one's grasp of the mechanisms of power in our society. Former attorneys and law graduates have gone on to work in a range of professions, including politics, media, human resources, business, and marketing. Learning how to argue from a foundation of evidence in a way that is difficult for non-lawyers to refute makes studying law a wonderful intellectual challenge. Studying law will provide you intellectual abilities that will give you a significant advantage in any career you choose.

Some Employment Options in Law are:

  • Advocate Legal
  • Advisor Judiciary
  • Teaching
  • Legal Outsourcing
  • Private Companies
  • Writer Of Law Books /Reports /Journalist
  • Legal Analyst
  • Legal Researcher
  • Politics
  • Remuneration
  • Journalist
  • Judge