Last day for Registration : Certificate Course in Decoding Criminal Procedure by Faculty of Law, Jagran Lakecity University Bhopal, India

About the University

At Jagran Lakecity University, we are committed to provide our students a holistic environment that pro­motes self-awareness and competency. Founded on life-enriching values, we are a completely govern­ment recognized and approved state private university under section 2(f) of UGC Act 1956, Government of India. Recognized as Global League Institute in 2015 & 2016 by the Great Place to Study Research Insti­tute and ranked as No. 1 Private University by Career 360 for 2017, the university has become a vital part of Central India in a short span of 5 years.

JLU is a practice-based University, which carries forward the legacy of Jagran Social Welfare Society in being a pioneer in provision of quality education. The courses on offer through various Schools embody the University's longstanding commitment to leadership and innovation in higher education. The curricu­lum for individual courses is designed through a perfect blend of inputs from renowned academicians and industry leaders who are a part of our academic advisory board. The academics at JLU are of the highest global calibre and are committed to excellence in teaching and learning.

About the Faculty of Law, JKU

The Faculty of Law was established in the year 2014 as part of Jagran Lakecity University (JLU), Bhopal, a private university established under Section 2(f) of UGC Act, 1956. JLU Bhopal is one of the fastest growing and one of the most awarded University of Central India having practice-based pedagogy at its core. It is the only participating university from Central India ERASMUS+ programme under the Tuning India Project, funded by the European Commission.

At Faculty of Law, we offer the following programmes:

  • B.A. LL.B. (Hons.) - five years course
  • BB.A. LL.B. (Hons.) - five years course
  • LL.B. - three years course
  • LL.M. (One year course) with specialisations in Corporate and Intellectual Property Law; Cyber Law and Cyber Security; Criminal Law and Criminal Justice.
  • Ph.D. in Law


`Criminology, Victimology, and Compensatory Jurisprudence' is the social science of victims, victimizations, and reaction to both. It comprises much more than the relationships between victims and offenders. Criminology is the study of crime and criminal behavior, informed by principles of sociology and other non-legal fields, including psychology, economics, statistics, and anthropology. Criminologists examine a variety of related areas, including the characteristics of people who commit crimes. Victimology deals with the individual suffering of victims. Victims have to undergo various aspects in criminal justice perspective, media, societal relations, etc. It also includes the study of victims of crime and everything that is concerned with such victims such as the right to restitution, compensation, assistance, and right to access to justice and fair treatment. The criminal justice system in India is focused primarily on punishment without giving much attention to the suffering of victims of crime. This lacuna has been sorted out in a plethora of cases where the apex court has awarded compensation to the victims. However, the problem related to victims still continues to rise. In order to overcome these situations there is a need to mobilize public opinion and sensitize criminal justice administrators to persuade the government and lawmakers to provide a comprehensive legal framework for assistance and compensatory relief to victims so as to protect their Human Rights. This center is established to undertake advanced study and research in the emerging areas of criminology, victimology and compensatory jurisprudence.


The developments in the field of the Criminal Justice System have made it significant to create awareness among law students and practitioners regarding the practical approach exercised in the court of law by criminal law advocates and Magistrates. This course will provide fundamental insights into the practical aspects of criminal procedural law.


Young professionals, Law enthusiasts, and aspirants COURSE OBJECTIVES:

  • To cover the practical facets of the criminal procedure in India as enshrined within the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973.
  • To groom the learners to enable them to develop, sharpen and enhance the criminal trial practice and procedural skills.
  • To simulate and give training in criminal practice and procedures and to promote and sustain a unified spirit to ensure the development of finesse in criminal law advocacy.


The Certificate course "Decoding Criminal Procedure in India" is divided into Twenty Modules of forty-five hours (as per UGC norms) including assessments.

The course will be conducted in the month of March and April 2023 preferably on Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 3:00 P.M. to 6:00 P.M


The course will be conducted on Cisco WEBEX platform. Participants who successfully register will be provided with the link.


Certificate of course will be provided upon successful completion of the course on the basis of cumulative assessment of activity and presentation.

75% Attendance is mandatory.

The course will be concluded by workshop which will be conducted in physical mode. Dates will be notified


JLU Students- 400 INR 

Other Students - 800 INR

Practitioners and other professionals - 1000 INR


Clarification regarding the registration procedure to be sought from.

Mr. Aadil Yar Chaudhary                 Mr. Anirudh Shrivastava

Faculty Member CCVCJ                   Student Convenor CCVCJ

+91-8690152856                               +91-9893761274


Last date for Registration 23rd March, 2023. 

Link for Registration is as follows:  CLICK HERE

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