Why should I take this certification?
This course covers various areas of environmental laws. The certification tests the candidates in industrial pollution, hazardous substances law, legislative measures, enforcement machinery, pollution control boards, national environment tribunal, Indian judiciary, corporate environmental liability and statutory relief.
How will I benefit from this certification?
The certification will help you to upgrade your knowledge on concepts related to Environment Law and make you more employable. As a Vskills certified professional your CV will be shared across with various companies for job related assistance. Vskills Certified Environment Law Candidates will find employment in companies specializing in environment protection & legal related services.
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TABLE OF CONTENT
- Environmental Crisis
- Environmental Imperatives
- Constitutional Response to International Urge
- Magnitude of the Problem
- Hazardous Industries and Environmental Pollution
- Industrial Pollution and Health Hazards
Legal Control of Hazardous Substances and Process
- Proliferation of Chemicals
- Law Relating to Hazardous Substances
- Legal Control of Hazardous Processes
- Rules on Hazardous Substances
Law Relating to Water Pollution
- Water Pollution
- Civil Law Actions
- Legislative Measures
- The Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act,
Industrial Air Pollution and Law
- Industrialization and Air Pollution
- Civil Law Actions
- Statutory Provisions
- Administrative Efforts to Combat the Hazards of Pollution
- Central Pollution Control Board
- State Pollution Control Boards
- Supreme Court Decisions and the Directions
- Pollution Control in Highly Polluting Industries
- Coordination Activities of Pollution Control Boards
- Penal Provisions and Effectiveness of Enforcement Machinery
- Financial Constraints and Assistance
- The National Environment Tribunal
Environmental Issues and Judicial Trend
- Environmental Pollution and Courts’ Concern
- Public Nuisance Environmental Hazards
- Right to Wholesome Environment and Ecological Balance
- Right to Carry on Trade vis-a-vis Duty to Protect Environment
- Right to Information about Hazardous Installations
- Public Access to Environmental Justice
- Doctrine of Mass Justice and Emergence of Public Interest Litigation
- Public Interest Litigation and Access to Environmental Justice
- Role of Indian Judiciary
- Environmental Concerns of the Indian High Courts
- Basis for Entertaining the Environmental Petitions
- Liberalized Standing Rules vis-a-vis Restraints on Public Interest Petitions
Corporate Environmental Liability
- Tortuous Liability for Pollution Accidents
- Pollution Accidents and Victim
- Rules of Strict and Victims
- Rules of Strict and Absolute Liability
- Responsibility of Executives
- Quantification of Compensation
- Bhopal Settlement
- Bhopal Act
Statutory Relief for Pollution Victims
- Public Liability Insurance Act
- Liability of the Owner
- Settlement of Claims
- Environment Relief Fund
- Limitation and Scale of Relief
- Regulatory and Penal Provisions
- Advisory Committee
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