NARCOTIC LAWS OF INDIA: THE NDPS ACT, 1985
Understand the Legal Framework around the Narcotic Laws in India
Updated on Nov, 2023
Language - English
Duration -3.5 hours
Are you intrigued by the legal intricacies surrounding narcotic laws in India? Do you want to gain a comprehensive understanding of the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances (NDPS) Act, 1985? Look no further!
Course Overview: Welcome to "Narcotic Laws of India: The NDPS Act, 1985," an in-depth course designed for Law students, Aspirants of judicial service exams, Aspirants of civil service exams, Academicians, Hostel wardens, Practicing Lawyers, and anyone interested in the narcotic laws scene in India.
Course Description: In this course, we will dive deep into the legal framework governing narcotics control in India, focusing on the NDPS Act, 1985. You will explore key topics that include:
International Conventions on Narcotics Control: Understand the global conventions that have shaped India's approach to narcotics control and the impact they have had on the NDPS Act.
Indian Statutes and Delegated Legislations Relating to Psychotropic Substances: Explore the laws and regulations governing psychotropic substances in India, analyzing their complexities and implications.
Safeguards Available to Accused: Gain insights into the rights and protections provided to individuals facing narcotic-related charges, ensuring fair legal proceedings.
Differences between Narcotics Law and Code of Criminal Procedure: Analyze and compare the NDPS Act with the Code of Criminal Procedure to understand the distinctions and implications.
Why Enroll in This Course:
Expert Instruction: Learn from experienced legal professionals with vast knowledge in narcotic laws.
Comprehensive Coverage: We provide a thorough examination of the NDPS Act and related topics.
Practical Insights: Understand how the law is applied in real-life scenarios, enhancing your practical understanding.
Flexible Learning: With lectures of 15 minutes each, you can learn at your own pace and fit the course into your busy schedule.
Broad Applicability: This course caters to students, lawyers, academicians, civil service aspirants, hostel wardens, and anyone interested in India's narcotic laws.
Who Should Take This Course:
Law students seeking specialization in narcotic laws.
Aspirants of judicial and civil service exams preparing for relevant legal topics.
Academicians researching and teaching legal subjects.
Hostel wardens and administrators dealing with drug-related issues.
Practicing Lawyers looking to expand their knowledge in this domain.
Anyone interested in understanding the narcotic laws scene in India.
Enroll Today: Don't miss the opportunity to gain a comprehensive understanding of the NDPS Act and narcotic laws in India. Enroll now and embark on a journey towards legal expertise and insightful knowledge in the realm of narcotics control. Join us today and take the first step towards a deeper comprehension of India's Narcotic Laws!
What will you learn in this course:
The students will learn:
- International conventions on Narcotics control
- Indian statutes and delegated legislation relating to psychotropic substances
- safeguards available to accused
- Differences between narcotics law and CrPC
What are the prerequisites for this course?
No mandatory prerequisites but an interest in law and law enforcement is recommended
Check out the detailed breakdown of what’s inside the course
- HARD DRUGS & SOFT DRUGS CONUNDRUM 17:01 17:01
- SINGLE NARCOTICS COMMISSION 18:30 18:30
- IS CANNABIS IS MEDICINAL/ INDUSTRIAL/ RECREATIONAL HARD DRUGS OR SOFT DRUGS 17:46 17:46
- INTERNATIONAL TREATIES 15:30 15:30
INDIAN UNION, STATES AND DELEGATED LEGISLATION
SECTION 68A TO 68Z OF NDPS ACT
I am an Advocate, Law Lecturer, Registered Patent Agent & Mediator, Trademark and Patent Attorney. I am the Principal of Manu Associates, a law firm based in Bangalore, and I regularly fulfil professional commitments in various cities. I hold degrees in both Biology and Chemistry (1976) and a Master’s Degree in International Law and Constitutional Law (1980).
During my final year of Law school, I had the honour of representing India in the Philip. C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition held in Washington D.C., USA (March 1979). Subsequently, I participated in a Program on Intellectual Property Law organized by the Washington Graduate School (USDA) in April 1988. I also attended the International Law Seminar organized by the International Law Commission at Palais De Nations, Geneva, Switzerland in 1991.
I was privileged to be one of the founding faculty members of the National Law School of India, Bangalore, where I worked as an Assistant Professor for four years. I continue to contribute as a guest faculty at NALSAR Hyderabad, IIM Bangalore, and NLSIU Bangalore. My articles have been published in both national and international journals, and I've played a significant role in enhancing awareness of Intellectual Property Rights and Cyber legal frameworks in India. I achieved this by being a Visiting Faculty in NALSAR PRO Patents, Cyber and Media Laws P.G. Diploma courses.
My involvement in legal circles includes being a Life member of the Indian Society of International Law, N. Delhi-1, and the Bangalore Advocates Association. Additionally, I am a Mediator at the Bangalore Mediation Centre, an initiative of the Karnataka High Court.
I regularly practice law in trial courts and various high courts, with some cases from the Karnataka and Madras High Courts being cited as binding precedents. I have also published research articles in reputable national and international journals, accessible through my blog: https://profmurali.blogspot.com/.
Participating as a Resource Person in Professional Improvement Programs on IP Law, Environmental Law, and International Trade Law is an important aspect of my engagement. I am actively committed to promoting IPR literacy in India, and I've organized skill development programs for law students, including moot court competitions in collaboration with Dr Ambedkar Govt Law College, Puducherry, where we've hosted the Tamil Moot Court Competitions for the past four years.
To further these initiatives, I recently commenced publishing courses on the online learning platform Udemy, aiming to enhance legal literacy among lawyers and individuals preparing for competitive examinations.
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