University of Hyderabad has begun its admission process for Post-Graduate Diploma Course through distance mode from today.
Forensic students who have completed their Bachelor’s and are in M.Sc or are preparing for entrance exam should certainly think of enrolling themselves for these two courses.
1.Post Graduate Diploma in Cyber Laws and Intellectual Property Rights
This interdisciplinary course is designed to address the need to understand technical and Legal issues of Cyber Laws and Intellectual Property Rights.
DCLIPR 411 : Introduction to Computers & Personal Productivity Software
Part I : Introduction to Computers andh Programmin in C
Part II : Personal Productivty Software
DCLIPR 412 : Computer Network, Internet Tools and Security Management
Part I : Computer Networks and Internet Tools
Part II : Network Security Management
DCLIPR 413 : Legal Organizational Structure / International Organizations
Part I : Legal Organizational Structure andh Constitutional Law
Part II : International Law, International Economic Law, International Organizations
DCLIPR 414 : Introduction to Business Laws and Laws of Crime
Part I : Business Laws Part II : Criminal Laws & Torts
DCLIPR 415 : Introductions to IPR and TRIPS
Part I : Introduction to Intellectual Property Rights with WIPO Orientation
Part II : Trade Related Intellectual Property Rights
DCLIPR 416 : Introduction to E-commerce, E Banking and E-Governance
Part I : Introduction to E-Commerce & E-Banking
Part II : Introduction to E-Governance
Term – II
DCLIPR 421 : Cyber Crime & Cyber Forensics: Advanced Topics with relevant Provisions of ITAct- 2000.
Part I : Cyber Crime & ITAct.
Part II : Cyber Forensics
Part-I: Electronic Records / Digital Signatures & Certificates / Certifying Authorities / IT Act 2000 Part-II: Digital Signatures Specialized Topics
DCLIPR 423 : Cryptology & Public Key Infrastructure / IPR Issues in Integrated Circuits, Software and Data Protection
DCLIPR 424 : International Law Copyright and Related Rights
2.Post Graduate Diploma in Criminal Justice & Forensic Science
This is a one year Diploma course consisting of six courses; three courses each in two semesters. The first semester is dedicated to criminal justice component and the second semester to Forensic sciences.
Each course consists of 15 units of academic inputs. Each course carries hundred marks for end of course evaluation, totaling to 600 marks.
Term – I – Criminal Justice
CJ&FS 411 : Society, Culture and Crime
Part I : Sociological Aspects of Criminal Justice
Part II : Human Psychology and Criminal Behaviour
Part III : Crime and Deviance, Emerging contours of Crime and Violence
CJ&FS 412 : Criminal law and other related subjects.
Part I : Criminal Jurisprudence
Part II : Criminal Law-Constitutional Provisions, Major Acts and Special Laws
Part III : Specific Offences-Emerging Trends-Legal Regime
CJ&FS 413 : Criminal justice Institutions and Processes
Part I : Police Administration and Prosecution Management
Part II : Judicial Administration
Part III : Prisons and Correctional Administration
Term – II – Forensic Science
CJ&FS 421 : Introduction to Forensic Science & Forensic Physical Science.
CJ&FS 422 : Forensic Chemical, Biological and General
CJ&FS 423 : Forensic Medicine
Application Form Fee
Registration Fee: Rs. 300/- (to be paid online through SBICollect)
|PGDCJ&FS||Rs 18,000/-In TWO installments|
|PGDCL&IPR||Rs 20,000/- In TWO intsallments|
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