Why should I take this certification?

This certification will cover various areas of media laws. The certification will cover the topics like Centre-State Policy, Freedom of Media, Defamation, Official Secrets Act 1923, Contempt of Courts Act 1971, Intellectual, Property Rights, MRTPC Act 1969, Cinematograph Act 1952, Broadcasting laws, Advertising Standards Council of India and Media Ethics.

How will I benefit from this certification?

Vskills Certified Media Law Analysts will find employment in companies specializing in media or legal services. Various public and private companies also need Media Law Analysts for their legal departments.

Companies that hire Media Law Professional

Vskills Certified Media Law Candidates will find employment in Top MNC's and organisations like KPMG, PwC, Deloitte, Fox Mandal, DSK Legal

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  • What is Justice
  • What is law?
  • Rights, Rules and Laws
  • Laws and Society

Sources of Law

  • Precedent
  • Statute
  • Custom

Types of Laws

  • Criminal laws
  • Civil Law
  • Public Law
  • Private Law
  • Tort Laws
  • Tort and Invasion of Privacy

History of Laws

  • History of Press laws in India

Indian Constitution

  • Rights and Duties of the Press

Press Freedom in India

Structure of Judicial System

Supreme Court of India

  • Other Court Officials

High Courts

Lower Courts

Introduction: Civil Procedure

Introduction: Criminal Procedure

The Trial

The Charge

  • (Ch. XVII: 211- 224)

Trials of Different Cases

The Judgement

The Appeal

The Execution

  • Executing sentences (Ch XXXII: 413 - 435)

Press Council of India

Press Council Acts

Press Council & Media Management

Introduction: Indian Penal Code


Legal Procedure in a Defamation Case

Right to Privacy

Introduction to Copyright

Copyright Act - 1957

International Copyright Order - 1999

Obscenity & Bad Taste

Indecent Representation of Women Act - 1986

Prasar Bharati Act - 1990

Official Secrets Act - 1923

Contempt of Courts Act - 1971

Protection of Civil Rights Act - 1955

Freedom of Information Bill

Parliamentary Proceedings Act - 1977

Wireless and Telegraphy Act

Information Technology Act - 2000

Introduction to Ethics

Press Council: Norms of Journalistic Conduct

AIR Policy Broadcasting Code

  • Code Of Conduct For Television/Radio Broadcasts In Connection With Elections

Rights, Duties & Restrictions of Media Professionals

Accurate and Fair Reporting


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