To study important laws to evaluate their use, abuse and other shortcomings.
To carry out detailed analysis of specific types of litigations.
To carry out evaluation of legislative initiatives in Punjab and quality of legislative drafting.
To suggest statutory interventions conducive to efficiency in management review system.
To study accountability of police and prosecution due to violation of human rights in false or negligent attitude.
To explore alternative redressal system for minor crimes or for certain types of crimes.
The Centre conducts the Training Programmes on the following Themes / Titles :
How to conduct Departmental Enquiries
IT Act, Cyber Security and Laws
Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act, 2005
Advanced Training Course for Chief Vigilance Officers (CVOs)
Implementation of Right to Fair Compensation & Transparency in Land Acquisition, Rehabilitation & Resettlement Act, 2013
Training Programme for Chairpersons/Members of Child Welfare Committees and Juvenile Justice Boards
Gender Mainstreaming in Climate Change Adaptation Actions
Issues and Challenges relating to Honour Killing
Investigating Crimes against Women
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Contact: Prof. V K Bansal, Head Centre for Study of Laws, Ext. No. 578
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MGSIPA an institute of Punjab Government devoted to training and research in Public Administration is now offering an excellent opportunity to the aspirants of the Civil Services examination. The Institute had launched the Civil Services Coaching Centre(CSCC) in 2011 with fifty aspirants from all over Punjab, Chandigarh, Haryana and Himachal Pradesh. Majority of the aspirants were Doctors, Engineers and Graduates. The coaching centre provides coaching for IAS / PCS Preliminary and Mains examination and conducts mock interviews to prepare the candidates.While providing coaching for cracking the Civil Services examination, the centre also aims at developing the overall personality of aspirants.