Air and Space Law studies security and safety laws related to the environment, air route structures, bi-lateral air agreements, regulation of air services and liability issues.
This course is designed to provide a forum for practitioners and scholars who are interested in dealing with the international legal aspects of air and space law and focus on the study and practice of air and space law, aviation policy, and the civil, commercial, administrative and criminal aspects of air and space law.
The University follows the Annual Scheme for the PG Diploma Courses. The duration of the course shall be from September to July.
September – July
A pass in any degree, or LLB with 45% marks (40% in case of SC/ST candidates) from any Recognised University in India.
Students in their final semesters are also encouraged to apply.
– International Law basis of Air and Space Law
– Fundamentals of Air and Space Law
– Emerging issues in Air Law
– Emerging issues in Space Law
To inculcate in the student an attitude for critical analysis of the fundamental concepts of Aviation and Space Laws.
To enable the student in understanding, interpreting and making a comparative study of the various municipal and international laws related to the Aviation and Space sectors.
To analyse the various international conventions, treaties. model laws and policy documents and appreciate their role in shaping the International Law regime related to Aviation and Space Laws
On successful completion of this programme the student will be able to comprehend, analyse, assimilate and apply knowledge related to Aviation and Space laws.
On successful completion of this programme the student will be able to engage in critical analysis of various contemporary issues related to Aviation and Space laws.
On successful completion of this programme the student will be able to engage in design thinking as an effective approach to problem solving.