Criminal law is the body of law that relates to crime. It proscribes conduct perceived as threatening, harmful, or otherwise endangering to the property, health, safety, and moral welfare of people inclusive of one’s self. The Criminal Legal system is built upon a strong grounding of the criminal law manual which comprises of three important statutes like The Criminal Procedure Code, the Indian Penal code and The Indian Evidence Act.

The Online course on Criminal procedure code not only lays a strong theoretical base for a law aspirer but also provides practical implications of the law which is not usually given in most of the law schools in our country. Fair trial being the primary objective of our criminal justice system, each and every functionaries of the court must have a thorough knowledge of the criminal law, most importantly the one which deals with the procedures, i.e., the Criminal Procedure Code.


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Last Day to Register: Sunday, 26-September-2021
New Batch Starts on: Monday, 27-September-2021

Why should you take this course?

This course has been specifically designed to facilitate easy learning for the participants by using plain and simple language to explain the provisions in Crpc. The modules are arranged in such a manner that it chronologically teach you each and every step during a litigation process. Upon the completion of this course, the participant will be able to comprehend a major part of the criminal manual and also understand its practical and procedural dimensions in our criminal justice system.

Who can take this course?

The course is developed especially for law students, young lawyers and practicing advocates and government pleaders. The course is also helpful for young faculties joining the law schools to help the students in understanding the practical aspects of the Code of Criminal Procedure.

Course Syllabus

Module 1: Introduction to the Subject

Module 2: Classification of the Lower Judiciary and their Functions

Module 3: Arrest, Search and Seizure

Module 4: Police Investigation and First Information Report

Module 5: Purpose and Concept of Bail

Module 6: Framing and Formulation of Charge and Trial before the Court

Module 7: Appeal, Maintenance and Jurisdiction


Each course is like an interactive textbook, featuring recorded videos, quizzes, and projects.

In-course Help
Clear doubts by directly messaging the course instructors. Connect with other learners and debate ideas, discuss course material and get help mastering concepts.

Each course is assessed on the basis of online assignments and online quizzes which can be taken from home anytime during the course.

Earn official recognition for your work on the completion of assessment tasks. An online certificate will be added to your profile on course completion.

Course Duration: 01 Year

Mode of Study: Online

Number of Modules: Eight

Mode of Assessment: Online Test

Type of Questions: Objective

Duration of Test: 1 Hour

Passing Criteria: Score 50% Marks

Course Certificate: Online/PDF

Certified Honours Student recognition will be given to high achieving students in the course. The honours badge will be issued to students scoring more than 80 percent in the online test.


Course Curriculum

Introduction to the Subject 00:00:00
Classification of the Lower Judiciary and their Functions 00:00:00
Arrest, Search and Seizure 00:00:00
Police Investigation and First Information Report 00:00:00
Purpose and Concept of Bail 00:00:00
Framing and Formulation of Charge and Trial before the Court 00:00:00
Appeal, Maintenance and Jurisdiction 00:00:00
Drafting under Criminal Procedure Code 00:00:00
Practice and Procedure of Criminal Law – Course Completion Test 01:00:00

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  1. 4

    this course help me a lot, easy access and simple language to understand

  2. It was a good course focusing only on the important aspect. However, the depth and intensity of the course needs to be increased so as to improve legal acumen of the students