40 trainees sent to India to attend Capacity Building Training Programme for Judges and Judicial Officers

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Myanmar trainees bound for Capacity-building Training Programme for Judges and judicial officers seen at Yangon International Airport on 3 December.

The Capacity Building Training Programme for Judges and Judicial Officers will be conducted at the National Judicial Academy, Bhopal, India from 5 to 8 December 2022. A total of 40 trainees comprising deputy permanent secretary, directors, deputy directors, assistant directors, staff officers, judges at Supreme Court of the Union and judges and judicial officers from district and township levels departed from Yangon for India on 3 December.
The trainees are going to learn the constitution of India, judicial system of India, judge ethic, writing judgments, court management, evidence act, court technology, civil and criminal laws, legal medical education, civil code of procedure, hearing civil cases, and solving the disputes in other ways and they will have the chance to observe the Medicine Research University, the district court and Central Jail in Bhopal, India.
According to the Memorandum of Understanding signed between the Supreme Court of the Union of Myanmar and the National Judicial Academy of India, Myanmar judges and judicial officers were sent to India for training and capacity building.—MNA

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