02 DAY Seminar on Proposed Amendment in Criminal Procedure Code (CPC) and Pakistan Penal Code (PPC), March 21-22, 2017
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04 Weeks Training for Probationers Civil Judges-cum-Judicial Magistrates/Illaqa Qasis Batch-II (Feb-6 to March-7,2017) concluded at KP Judicial Academy Peshawar.
A media briefing was held at KP Judicial Academy whereby the current training programs and the achievements of the KP judicial Academy were highlighted. Addressing the media, Khwaja Wajihudin Dean Faculty accompanied by the Senior Director Administration, Mr. Asif Khan, said that KP Judicial Academy being the premier legal educational institution in the province is catering to the needs of its judicial and law enforcing officers.
The Preliminary Focused Discussion Group (PFDG) re-assembled for deliberation on23.02.2017 in the Conference Hall of KPJA. The activity was the continuation of earlier proceedings held on 21.02.2017concerning Professionalization/ Strategic Plan (Secretariat for District Judiciary, Draft Service Rules, PER Form and Promotion Policy).
Proceedings started with the recitation from the Holy Quran. The group discussion was jointly chaired by Mr. Masood Khan and Mr. Hayat Ali Shah. Presentations on the following subjects were made in the opening session.
A meeting of all the Directors of KP Judicial Academy was held with Registrar Peshawar High Court, Peshawar on 07.02.2017 (Tuesday) at 08:30AM in conference Hall KPJA. The meeting was attended by the following:
1. Mr. Muhammad Masood Khan, DG KPJA/In Chair.
2. Mr. Muhammad Salim Khan, Registrar Peshawar High Court, Peshawar,
3. Khawaja Wajihuddin, Dean Faculty, KPJA
4. Mr. Muhammad Asif Khan, Senior Director Administration, KPJA
5. Hafiz Naseem Akbar, Director Instructions-I, KPJA
A meeting of KPJA Director General and his team was held with UNDP Judicial Focal Point & Courts Specialist, Mr. Ijaz Ali, on 03.02.2017 (Friday) at 10:00AM in DG Office KPJA. The meeting was attended by the following:
i. Mr. Muhammad Masood Khan, DG KPJA/In Chair.
ii. Khawaja Wajihuddin, Dean Faculty, KPJA
The CPEC is a multidisciplinary project where systems integration plays a key role. The CPEC provides Pakistan a unique opportunity to master and upgrade new technologies and improve managerial practices that could find wider application in the country. The success in achieving this would, however, depend if Pakistan were able to develop dedicated institutions that are in a position to assimilate and transfer this cumulative experience. Interestingly, CPEC could be a major vehicle for promoting good governance through institutional reforms.
The proposed MOUs between KP Judicial Academy, Punjab Judicial Academy and Sindh Judicial Academy will help create a legal network of judicial educational institutions in the country. It will also help in creating better cooperation and collaboration amongst the judicial academies in the country and improve the quality of judicial training in the country.
The following areas are identified by KP Judicial Academy for cooperation and collaboration between the partner institutions:
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