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Certified Criminal Procedure Code Analyst

How It Works

  1. 1. Select Certification & Register
  2. 2. Receive a.) Online e Learning Access (LMS)    b.) Hard copy - study material
  3. 3. Take exam online anywhere, anytime
  4. 4. Get certified & Increase Employability

Test Details

  • Duration: 60 minutes
  • No. of questions: 50
  • Maximum marks: 50, Passing marks: 25 (50%).
  • There is NO negative marking in this module.
  • Online exam.

Benefits of Certification

Rs.3,499 /-
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Why should I take this certification?

This course covers various areas in legal assistance on Criminal Procedure Code related cases. The certification tests the candidates on rights of an arrested person, FIR, complaints to magistrates, charge, trial, bail, compounding of offenses and quashing of FIR.

Only hard copy - study material is provided.

How will I benefit from this certification?

Vskills Certified Criminal Procedure Code Candidates will find employment in legal departments of various companies, Companies specializing in legal- related services are constantly hiring skilled Criminal Procedure Code Analysts. Various public and private companies also need Criminal Procedure Code Analysts for their legal departments.

Companies that hire Criminal Procedure Code Professionals

Cvent India, IIFL, PwC, KPMG, Intelenet Global

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  •  Definitions    
  •  Complaint
  •  Offence
  •  Cognizable and Non-cognizable offences
  •  Inquiry
  •  Investigation
  •  Charge
  •  Judicial proceeding
  •  Officer-in-charge of a Police station

 Rights of an arrested person

  •  Arrest of Person
  •  Arrest without warrant
  •  Warrant of Arrest
  •  Rights of an arrested person

 Information to Police and Their powers to Investigate

  •  First Information Report (FIR)
  •  Information as to non-cognizable cases
  •  Investigation
  •  Statements and Medical Tests
  •  Confessions
  •  Case Laws

 Complaints to Magistrates

  •  Examination of complaint
  •  Competency of Magistrate
  •  Postponement of issue of process
  •  Dismissal of Complaint


  •  Trial for more than one offence


  •  Kinds of trial
  •  Conduct of trial
  •  Separation of Executive and Judiciary
  •  Provision for legal Aid 
  •  Trial of Summons and Warrant Cases
  •  Trial of Summons cases by magistrate


  •  Bail in Non-boilable cases
  •  Anticipatory Bail
  •  Case Laws
  •  Parole

 Compounding of offences

  •  Basics

 Quashing of FIR and Proceedings

  •  Case Law

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