|S.No. ||Workshop Month ||Course Title|
|1.) ||March 2004 || |
- Negotiable Inst. Act.
- Recording of Evidence.
|2.) ||July 2004 || |
- Temporary Injuction & Its breach u/o 39 rr.1 & 2 CPC appointment of Receiver.
- Bail & Remand.
|3.) ||Dec.2004 || |
- Recording of dying declaration statement u/s 164 CrPC.
- Conditions requisite for initiation of Criminal proceeding & Final Report.
|4.) ||Induction training to 80 trainee RJS Officers in the year 2005-2006 dt. 12.02.2005 to 28.01.2006. |
|5.) ||March 2005 || |
- Return & rejection of plaint u/o 7, r.10 & 11 CPC.
- Amendment of Pleadings u/o 6 r. 17 CPC.
|6.) ||May 2005 || |
- Statement of issues & its amendments.
- Discharge of accused & framing of charges.
|7.) ||Sep. 2005 || |
- Court management, Judicial Planning & Administration.
- Procedure for non-appearance of parties & non-prosecution of Evidence u/o 9 & 17 CPC.
|8.) ||Nov. 2005 || |
- Inquiry on trial.
- Alternative dispute resolution.
|9.) ||Ist Bloc (April'06) || |
- Gender justice with special ref. to PNDT Act.
- Legal aid and legal literacy.
|10.) ||IInd Bloc (Aug.'06) || |
- Effective implementation of the Raj. Rent Control Act 2001.
- Judicial Ethics and accountability.
|11.) ||IIIrd Bloc (Nov./Dec. '06) || |
- Plea Bargaining under Chapter XXI-A, inserted in the Cr.P.C. 1973 by Criminal Law (Amendment) Act, 2005 (Act No. 2 of 2006).
|12.) ||Sepcial Seminar of Judges of M.A.C.T. Court on 16-17 Sept. 2006 at Jodhpur |
|13.) ||Second Bloc: (May-Aug), 2007 || |
- Critical analysis of Domestic Violence Act, 2005.
- Prevention of Crime against Women - Role of subordinate judiciary.
|14.) ||Seminar and Workshop on Arrears & Delay Reduction at 05 District Headquarter (Zone wise) for DJ, ADJ (having Independent Charge) Family Judges, Labour Judges, Spl. Judges (DJ Level) 06.05.07 (Jaipur) 12.05.07 (Bikaner), 27.05.07 (Jodhpur) Kota (21.07.07) Udaipur (11.08.07) |
|15.) ||Third Bloc: (Sep-Dec), 2007 || |
- Investigation of offences covered under Information Technology Act, 2000.
- Appreciation of Electronic Evidence and Digital Signature.
|16.) ||RJS Induction training was conducted from 10th March, 2008 to 09th July, 2008 for 85 trainee RJS Officer at A.F.R.I. premises,Jodhpur |
|17.) ||Ist Bloc (Jan-May'2008) || |
- Arbitration, Mediation, Conciliation and Lok Adalat.
- Expeditious disposal of money suits in the context of order 37 CPC.
|18.) ||IInd Bloc (July-Oct'2008) || |
- Suits by or against Governmnet, including Sec. 80 CPC.
- Discussion on law relating to appreciation of : Child witness, Interest Witness, Chance witnesss, Trap witness, Accomplice, Hostile witness, and Police Witness.
|19.) ||RJS Induction training was conducted from 12th Jan, 2009 to 09th Mar, 2009 for 85 trainee RJS Officer at A.F.R.I. premises, Jodhpur |
|20.) ||IIIrd Bloc (Nov-Feb'09) || |
- The law relating to maintenance in the light of Sec. 125 CrPC and statutory provisions contained in the personal law.
- Gender awareness by judges of gender issue in Indian Legal System.
|21.) ||IV Bloc (March- May 2009) || |
- Scope of 89 CPC and Its use in curtailing pendency in Civil Cases.
- Use of Sec- 265 A CrPC (Scope and usefulness of plea-bargaining) in administration of Criminal Justice System.
|22.) ||I Bloc (July- October, 2009) || |
- Judicial behaviour, ethics and conduct.
- Application and evaluation of medical expert evidence and forensic evidence by the trial judge and first appeal judge.
|23.) ||II Bloc (Nov2009- Feb, 2010) || |
- Trial of case related to false evidence and offence against public justice.
- Fundamentals of Criminal Trail including summary procedure.
- Cognizance of offence by Magistrate and powers under section 156 (3) Cr. P.C.
|24.) ||III Bloc ( March to June, 2010) || |
- Procedure for recording of statements under Section 164 Cr.P.C., holding of test identification parade of a person as well as case property. What is needed so that statement become substantive piece of evidence.
- Principles governing sentences in criminal cases, use of probation of offenders act, 1958 and of Section 360 Cr.P.C. Concept of suspended sentence.
|25.) ||I Block (July to October, 2010) || |
- Suits for specific performance of contract with special reference to the relief to be given and admissibility in evidence of unregistered/unstamped document.
- Legal aspects of counter claim and set-off.
|26.) ||II Block (Nov-Feb,2011) || |
- Balancing the hazards of sex based division of society and implementation of law relating to reservation, Domestic Violence Act etc.
- Examination of party or the pleader under Order 10 CPC.
|27.) ||III Block (Mar-July,2011) || |
- Legal rights of an arrested person.
- Seizure of property u/s 102 Cr. P.C. and subsequent procedure with special reference to Section 451 and 457 Cr. P.C. Disposal of property u/s 452 Cr.P.C.
|28.) ||II Block (October-December,2011) || |
- Exercise of inherent powers u/s 151 CPC.
- Principles governing bail, forfeiture of bail/ bond and cancellation of bail. Recovery or to remit any portion of penalty impose u/s 446 (2) Cr.P.C.. Adjudication of questions which may arise during process of recovery.
|29.) ||III Block (January to March, 2012) || |
- Procedure when the right to sue survives and the interest is devolved upon legal representative, assignee etc.
- General provisions of enquiry and trial (Chapter XXIV Cr.P.C.) with special reference to double jeopardy; summoning a witness u/s 311 Cr.P.C.; the provisions regarding oral/ written arguments; and the power to proceed against other person u/s 319 Cr.P.C.
|30.) ||IV Block (April to June, 2012) || |
- Time limit for various stages and steps as provided in CPC: How to implement them and the consequences of non-observance.
- Compelling a person to give evidence against himself and availability of constitutional protection to him. Does it require any review?
- Refresher course on evidentiary value of statement of co-accused. A study of in-culpatory and ex-culpatory part of confessional statement.
|31.) ||Academic Year 2012-2013 (First Seminar) Main theme of the Seminar: Law of Presumptions || |
- General Law of Presumptions.
- Presumptions under the Civil law.
- Presumptions under the Criminal law particularly with reference to offences under Sections 304-B, 306 and 498-A of the Indian Penal Code and Section 138 of the Negotiable Instruments Act.
|32.) ||Academic Year 2012-2013 (Second Seminar) Main theme of the Seminar: Law of Possession || |
- Law of Possession: Philosophy and Principles.
- Possession under the Civil law.
- Possession under the Criminal law.
|33.) ||First Seminar 2013-2014 |
- Main theme: Law of Execution and Enforcement: Civil Jurisdiction.
|34.) ||First Seminar 2013-2014 |
- Main theme: Law of Execution and Enforcement: Criminal Jurisdiction.
|35.) ||First Seminar 2014-2015 |
- Main theme: Sentencing Law of Probation and Victimology.
|36.) ||Training Programme for Judicial Officers of District Judge Cadre |
- Criminal Justice Delivery System and Role of Trial Judges.
|37.) ||Training Programme for Presiding Officers of Motor Accident Claim Tribunals |
- Principles, Provisions and Practice in Motor Accident Claims.