Constitution Day 2021: Kiren Rijiju To Launch Online Course On Indian Constitution Today

Constitution Day 2021 – The course will feature 15 videos that cover the basics of Indian constitution. Candidates can also learn about the leading cases and the basic policy choices in the constitution.

Constitution Day 2021On Thursday, November 25, Union Minister for Law and Justice Kiren Rijiju, will launch an online course about the Indian Constitution. In collaboration with the National Academy of Legal Studies & Research, University of Law, the online course will be launched at Bhim Auditorium (Dr. Ambedkar International Centre), 15, Janpath in New Delhi.

The candidates who want to apply online, can do so at- legalaffairs.nalsar.ac.in, they do not have to any application fee. The statement said that the Online Course will see students, faculty, and top officials from the leading Indian Law Universities participate enthusiastically, keeping in mind the essence.

This online course will feature 15 videos that are conceptual. Candidates can learn about the constitution and the leading cases, identify the key policy choices made in the constitution, analyze the historical evolution, and understand the post independence constitutional journey.

Other dignitaries attending the launch event include SPS Baghel (law minister), Minister for State for Law and Justice; Anoop Kun Mendiratta (secretary, Department of Legal Affairs); and Secretaries of Legislative Department and Department of Justice (Dr. Faizan Mustafa), Vice-Chancellor, NALSAR University of Law.

Samvidhan Divas, also known as Constitution Day, is observed on November 26. This day marks the date that the Constitution of India was approved by the Constituent Assembly in 1948. The Indian Constitution was adopted on January 26, 1950.

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