The tribal people(s) comprise a considerably significant part in the rich and differing mixture of Indian populace. They have their one of a kind socio-social instrument and requested personal conduct standard for the support of harmony, social request, peacefulness and harmony. These instruments are taboos, social approvals, formal religions, obeyance to super-characteristic forces, popular feeling, great sense and morals. These practices establish the 'standard laws' of tribal society.
Be that as it may, non-acknowledgment of these standard laws, segregation and ravaging of their way of life, traditions and qualities; are a portion of the grave wrongdoings being done against them by the alleged current cultivated society. Aside from this, avoidance and mighty usage of approach choices without remembering the inborn opinions has additionally disturbed their anguish. Consequently, there is a basic need to build up the comprehension of innate, culture, traditions, reasoning, laws and issues influencing them.
NOTE:- Students who are admitted must bring all the original documents to with them to the Institute Campus. Students failing to present all relevant original documents upon request may be denied admission or later told to leave the university.
Given below are few of the important highlights of the program.
|Program Full Name||MASTER OF LEGISLATIVE LAW IN TRIBAL & CUSTOMARY LAW|
|Duration of the Program||2 Years|
|Admission Process||Entrance Exam and Merit Based|
|Average Program Fee||Rs. 1 Lakh - Rs. 2 Lakh|
Syllabus of Law as prescribed by various Universities and Colleges.
|Paper Code||Subjects of Study|
|1||Introduction to Tribal India|
|2||Social Institutions in Tribal Society|
|3||Jurisprudence - I|
|4||Tribal Customary Law and Justice|
|5||Research Methodology - I|
|6||Ideas and Issues in Public Administration|
|8||Family Law and Natural Resource Legislations|
|9||Jurisprudence - II|
|10||International Law, Globalization and Peoples|
|11||Public Policy : Concept and Theories|
|12||Multi - Level Governance|
|13||Tribal Peoples and Intellectual Property Rights|
|14||Tribal Welfare and Development|
|15||Human Rights Law and Tribal Peoples|
|16||Customary Laws in Jharkhand|
|17||Environment, Tribal Peoples and Law|
|18||Research Methodology - II|
|19||Dissertation (based on Field - Work)|
Mentioned below are some states in India that offer the program.