ONE YEAR POST-GRADUATE DIPLOMA IN GIS & REMOTE SENSING LAWS

 

SEMESTER 2:-

 
1.2.4. Coastal Zone Regulations and Management
Module I:

Introduction-Basics: CZRM, Defining and Meaning of the Coastal Zone;

Module II:

The importance of the Coastal Zone and the need for management, Classification Criteria and Regulatory Norms, The concept of sustainability, Governance in Integrated Coastal Management; the Role of Law in Integrated Coastal Management, Meaning and Purpose of ICM Legislation; the Idea of Integrated Coastal Management;

Module III:

Understanding the Issues; Legal Principles; International and Regional Context for National ICM; Global Treaties; Regional Treaties -National Instruments; Sustainable Development and Use of Resources; Principle of Preventive Action; Precautionary Principle; Polluter Pays Principle; Equitable and Sustainable Use; Public Participation Enforcing Coastal; Defining the Coastal Zone; Using Multiple Definitions; National Integrated Coastal Management Integrated Coastal Zone Management(ICZM), Expectations of ICZM, Defining Integration

Module IV:

ICZM Framework, ICZM in the Mediterranean, Constraints of ICZM, ICZM: case study; The European Union-Coastal Regulation Zone, Intertidal zone- areabetween HTL & LTL, Defined regulation zone landward of the HTL on sea coast and on the banks of estuaries creeks and backwaters; Objectives, Definition, Ecologically Sensitive Areas (ESA), Areas of Particular Concern-Coastal Issues, Social and economic Issues, natural resources Issues, economic base and physical location issues, Environmental degradation, resource reduction and user conflicts Issues, Case Study

1.2.5. Satellite Technology and Telecommunications Laws
Module I:

Introduction- The role and functioning of the International Telecommunications Union; State regulation on space; a comparative approach, Satellite telecommunications, Satellite broadcasting, Satellite technologies-Factual Background and Introduction to Technology-History and Development of Space Technology-Spaceflight, Satellites, Commercialization of space, Alien life, Living in space;

Module II:

Technology of Space Applications - Earth Observation Data in Disaster Management, Satellite Data in the Analysis of the Catastrophic Flood, Satellite Data for Disaster Monitoring, Satellite Overview of Sentinel Asia, Optical/Synthetic-Aperture Radar (SAR) Observation;

Module III:

Relationship between Space Technology and Law of Space Applications- Astronomy, Aerospace Engineering, Peaceful and Non-peaceful uses, Space Applications for Remote Sensing, Environmental Protection, Disaster Predication, Warning and Mitigation, Management of Earth Resources, Satellite Navigation and Location Systems, Space Communication & Application;

Module IV:

GIS, RS and IPR Issues: Basic Concept & Overview-Philosophical Approaches, Theories, Classification and Kinds of Intellectual Property Rights - Philosophical Approaches to Property and Intellectual Property, Various Theories of Intellectual Property Rights, Classification of Intellectual Property Rights, Traditional IPRs—the Paris and the Berne Regimes, Modern IPRs—Under the WTO/TRIPS Regime, Kinds of Intellectual Property Rights; Definitions, Nature, Scope, and Development of International IPR; IPR Regulations under the Paris, Berne and WIPO Regimes; Berne Regime- Berne Convention for the Protection of Literary and Artistic Works, 1886 and other International Conventions on Copy Rights and Neighboring Rights; The Regulations of International Trade and International IPRs -GATT Regime; Trade Related Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS); Domestic Enforcement of TRIPS Agreement in India, Domestic Enforcement of TRIPS - consequences

1.2.6. Information Technology and Cyber Laws
Module I:

Introduction to Information Technology Law - Need for Information Technology and Law, Relationship between Law and Technology, the Current State of Information Technology in Legal Practice, Information Technology and Law: Barriers to Progress;

Module II:

International Law on Information Technology and Cyber Law, Evolution of Information Technology in international realm-World Summit on the Information Society-Geneva summit-Tunisia summit-Role of UNESCO and International Telecommunications Union-International treaties and bodies-ICANN-Internet Governance Forum-Réseaux IP Européens Network Coordination Centre-Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement- Harmonization Of Cyber Laws, Development of Cyber Laws Post 2001, Cyber Legislations Worldwide, UNCITRAL Model Law on E-Commerce;,

Module III:

Information Technology and Cyber Law in India, History of Information Technology and Cyber Laws in India, Information Technology Act 2000 and the subsequent 2006 & 2008 amendments, Cyber Crimes, Regulatory Authorities for Implementation of Cyber Law in India, Cyber Law Jurisprudence in India

Module IV:

Contemporary Challenges for Information Technology and Cyber Laws in India, Computer Forensics, E-Commerce, M-Commerce in India, Satellite Hacking, Cyber Attacks Insurance Computer Insecurity, Hackers, White Hat Hackers, Grey Hat Hackers, Black Hat Hackers, Internet Crime, Internet Fraud.

Course Coordinator

  
  Prof.V.Balakista Reddy
  Professor
  ph : +9140 – 23498104
  Email :balakista@gmail.com  
 

Administrative Contact

 

Ms. K. Madhuri
Assistant Registrar
Ph : +9140 – 23498402
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Ms. G. Usha Devi
Junior Assistant
Ph : +9140 – 23498404
Email : nalsarpro@nalsar.ac.in

Mr. B. Vijay Kumar
Record Assistant
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