Training and Capacity Building Programme for Bangladesh Judicial Officers
The first batch of 40 Judicial Officers, comprising Senior Judicial Magistrates, Senior Assistant Judges, and Metropolitan Magistrates left for Bhopal, India, to attend the ‘Training and Capacity Building Programme for Bangladesh Judicial Officers’ on 09 October, 2017. The training programme for Bangladesh Judicial Officers will be administered under the ‘Indian Technical and Economic Cooperation (ITEC)’ plan of the Ministry of External Affairs, Government of India.
2. The residential training programme of 15-days duration will be conducted from 10 to 24 October, 2017, at the National Judicial Academy, Bhopal and the State Judicial Academy of Punjab and Haryana, Chandigarh. Subject matters of training programme include training modules on judicial skills, court management, case management, micro-legal jurisprudence, and, various aspects of law including – civil law, criminal law, human rights law, women and child rights related law, environmental law, property law, contract law etc. New and emerging areas of e-judiciary and use of ICT in judicial administrations are also included in the training programme.
3. A bilateral MoU on ‘Training and Capacity Building of Bangladesh judicial officers in India’ was concluded during the state visit of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina to India in April, 2017. Under the framework of MoU, India will extend training and capacity building to 1500 Bangladesh judicial officers at the National Judicial Academy and various State Judicial Academies in India. All expenses on the training, including international and domestic air fares, will be borne by the Government of India.