About Prerna Foundation
Prerna Foundation, established in 2016 is a non-profit organization that works for the betterment of different sections of the society through various social and legal initiative programmes.
We at Prerna Foundation, aim to be a problem solver for issues that are acting as a barrier for child education, youth empowerment and legal literacy.
Our vision is to assist students to explore subjects beyond textbooks and course syllabus and make them aware of various career opportunities available which otherwise are hardly known to them.
An FIR is a very important document as it sets the process of criminal justice in motion. It is only after the FIR is registered in the police station that the police takes up investigation of the case.
The First Information Report is the initial step in a criminal case recorded by the police which contains the basic knowledge of the crime committed, place of commission, who was the victim etc. The definition of the First Information Report has been provided in the code of the Criminal Procedure of 1973
Registering of F.I.R. includes only the process of entering the substance of the information relating to the commission of the cognizable offense in a book kept by the officer in charge of the police station, it need not be an encyclopaedia containing every minute detail of the offense.
Now there are certain times when the police officials do not register the FIR ,This course will not only helps you comprehend the intricacies of FIR and its evidentiary value but also teaches you what to do in case when police refuses to file FIR.
- Types of FIR
- Difference between FIR and Complaint
- What is Zero FIR
- Who can lodge an FIR?
- Format of FIR
- Essentials of FIR
- How to file an FIR
- What to do when Police refuses to file FIR
- Evidentiary value of FIR
Course Resource Person:
Adv Sameer Kumar Shrivastava
He is an advocate and legal advisor to grandees like HDFC Bank ,Tata motors and Mahindra finance etc. He Appeared before Full Bench of the Honble High Court of M.P., Bench Gwalior in M.A. No. 915/2004 reported in 2009 (4) M.P.L.J. 453.
He was appointed as amicus curaie by Hon’ble High Court in criminal appeal no. 130/2009 which was allowed and the judgment has been published in 2009 (1) MPLJ (Criminal) 586.
He’s currently an advocate before Honble High Court of M.P., Bench Gwalior in the matters pertaining to Civil Law, Criminal Law, Constitutional Law, Motor Accident Claims, Corporate Law, Banking Law & Labour Law.
- The attendee will possess the knowledge and understanding of FIR
- The attendee will be able to comprehend the basics of FIR
- The attendee will be able to distinguish the difference between FIR and complaint
- The attendee will be capable to demonstrate proficiency in filing FIR
- Students will be able demonstrate a fundamental understanding of the relevant considerations involved in drafting FIR
Who can attend this course?
- Non law students
- Police officials
- Forensic technicians
- Practising lawyers
- Court functionaries
- Date – 23rd & 24th September 2020
- Time – 6:30pm to 8:30pm
- Registration Fee – Rs. 100/-
- Seats: 30 Participants
To register contact
- Ms. Anushka Ojha – +91 99589 28467
- Ms. Nitisha Ganatra – +91 70058 17117
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