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Kohima Law Collage launches intensive course for law students

Kohima Law College

Dimapur, May 9: Kohima Law College final year LLB students would be attached to DEF Kohima for 7 days as part of Practical Papers, which was launched at College auditorium on May 9.
While chairing the launching program of the 7 days intensive course for law students to be attached to DEF Kohima as part of Practical Papers at College auditorium, the teacher-in-charged, Asst. Professor Kezhokhoto Savi expressed his happiness and gratitude to police department for providing a beneficial course to students and the students would learn better understanding of functioning of police department especially at the level function of Police Station, traffic, etc.
Savi further stated that the students would acquaint themselves with case diaries, registration of cases, maintenance of PS records, verification of character and antecedent, general diary, visit crime scenes in the event of any crime report and other Police Stations related to Law and Order duties – Foot patrols/MVCP etc.
The 62 students are divided into several smaller groups and assigned to visit various functionaries from May 9 to 15 including Saturday and Sunday.
The Additional Director General of Police(Law & Order), Sandeep Madhukar Tangage IPS who has Master Degree in Law (LL.M) and also pursuing PHD in Law presented a topic on ‘Criminal Justice System’ in detailed in a very practical manner.
Superintendent of Police, Kohima, Bharat Laxman Markad IPS briefed the whole concept of the seven days course which has design for students.
At the end, the College Administrator Limaakum Jamir thanked the police department and the two officers who had presented a very important knowledge to the outgoing students and suggested this should continue in the near future.
Limaakum exhorted the students to be disciplined and punctual during the entire course and take it as big opportunity which would help them much as they join the legal practice within few months time.
(Page News Service)

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