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|1||General||Launch of LawSkills on 28th June 2017|
Gone are the days when a weapon at a crime scene was considered as the most important evidence in settling a case. The power vested in a piece of evidence to prove or disprove if the accused is guilty or not, is what makes it important for lawyers and the general public to be aware of its nature. Many lawyers agree that 'finding proof' is a challenging task. It is also extremely important to know what serves as evidence and how the evidence is presented and examined in the Court.
This course helps you understand the rules and limitations provided in evidence law to determine the nature of information that can be presented during legal proceedings. It emphasises on Indian Evidence Act and treats it as a foundation upon which the procedure and further examination is discussed. Lawyers and students will benefit from this course as it provides them with a step-by-step process, from finding evidence to examination, helping them become well versed with the proceedings.
After completing this course, you will be able to:
Duration: 6 Months
Learners must submit all assignments and attempt the exam at the end of the course and secure at least 50% marks to obtain the course certificate.
Video Lectures by Advocate Avani Bansal, Supreme Court of India