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Inspector General Frontier Constabulary gifted a replica to the Academy

General Ghayor Mahmood, the Inspector General(IG) of the FC gifted a replica of the historical Balahisar fort to the Academy. The replica was presented to the Chairman of the Academy Mr. Justice Dost Muhammad Khan,  by Mrs. Sofia Waqar the sister of the IG on his behalf, at the concluding ceremony of the one day workshop for the journalists. The Chairman pay special thanks to the IG for gifting an elegant replica to the Academy.

The first ever training workshop on court reporting is to be held tomorrow on 21st Feb 2013.

The Academy is holding the first ever formal training workshop on court reporting and journalistic ethics on 21st Feb,2013.

The workshop aims at updating the participants on various legal rules and principles, and to sensitize them to various ethical and moral aspects of court reporting.

The Chairman of the Academy Justice Dost Muhammad Khan, conceived the idea to hold the subject workshop and to take the media on board being one of the significant role player in a growing democracy. Court/crime reporters of all the leading news papers and TV channels are invited.

The participants would be sensitized on the Boundaries/limits of journalistic freedom with special focus on court reporting, the status of Media in Islam and professional responsibilities/liabilities of court reporters.

Fourth Six-Day Training Course on “Judgment Writing” to commence from 03 December 2012

The fourth batch of 25 Civil Judge/Judicial Magistrate will commence on 03 December, 2012, at the KP Judicial Academy. The six day course is the fourth in a series of total 17 trainings. Like the previous three similar trainings, this one will also be supported by the UNDP. The main aim of the training course is to sensitize Judicial Officers to the grey areas of judgment writing. They are, for example, improvement in linguistic skills and proper appreciation of fact, law and evidence. Besides, the course also caters for other needs, such as, knowledge of the best practices across the world, Islamic perspective of judgment writing and perception lock vis-à-vis judicial decision making. The services of high profile resource persons are being hired to ensure quality. The methodology is mainly interactive, participatory and learning by doing. The Chief Justice of the Peshawar High Court/ Chairman of the Board of Governors of the Academy is expected to visit the Academy at tea break time for a brief interaction with the participants and a group photograph.

Chief Justice confers certificate on Judges and Prosecutors

In an impressive ceremony at the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Judicial Academy, Justice Dost Muhammad Khan, Chief Justice of the Peshawar High Court, who is also Chairman of the Board of Governors of the Academy, conferred certificates on 16 District/Additional District and Sessions Judges and 20 Prosecutors at the conclusion of a 6-day Training of Trainer (TOT) of Program. The TOT was part of UNDP’s “Strengthening the Rule of Law Malakand” (SRLM)—a judicial reform intervention focused on efficiency in the justice services delivery in Malakand division. The IM Sciences, a prestigious Peshawar-based Management School, is providing technical assistance in the project.

The main purpose of the TOT was to create a pool of master trainers for the District Judiciary and Prosecution department. For the Judges, the TOT focused on Court and Case Management, on which the Academy has developed Training Manual. High profile resource persons imparted training on necessary skills for training. The TOT was of great practical importance for both Judges and Prosecutors, enabling these key justice sector institutions, to enhance capacity of their junior officers.

Mr. Arshad Khan, District and Sessions Judge, Abbottabad, on behalf of Judges, and Mr. Zafar Abbas, on behalf of Prosecutors, address the gathering and lauded the efforts of the Academy, IM Sciences and the UNDP. Mr. Hayat Ali Shah, DG of the Academy while addressing the ceremony, underlined the significance of the TOT and the role of the Academy in legal and judicial training.
After conferring certificates on the participants, the Chief Justice addressed the gathering. His lordship said congratulated all participants on successful completion of their TOT. He appreciated the efforts of his of officers working at the Academy in raising the Academy on its legs in a short span of time. Indicating further strength of the Academy, his lordship said:
We are looking towards new horizons to strengthen this Academy. You all must know that I wanted to make it center of excellence. This is ever first Judicial Academy having three Ph.D Scholars on its credit. Inshallah very soon we will be able to start L.L.M program.

The Chief Justice added that distant learning through FM radio channel would be launched soon:

InshaAllah, for imparting distant education, knowledge and training, we soon would have FM Radio this month through which would be additional channel of learning from the Academy by the suppressed class. The basic human rights or to say fundamental rights of these people like women, victims of domestic violence, children subjected to physical assaults and are dragged into immoral activities, the poor litigants who do not know about the Court proceeding and procedure how to institute a law suit or a complaint would get first hand informative instruction facilitating them to defend their due rights with convenience. This new addition in the Academy would prove much beneficial to various segments of the society.

Training of Trainers to commence from Monday 26th November 2012

A six-day training of the trainers’ (TOT) course is scheduled to commence on 26th November 2012, at the KP Judicial Academy.
As many as fifteen Judicial Officers of the District Judiciary and 20 prosecutors from the prosecution department will participate in the course, which will run separately. The TOT is the last phase of a comprehensive and diverse exercise of developing capacity building tools of the personnel of all justice sector Institutions, such as the Judiciary and Court Staff, Prosecution, Bar Members, Police Investigators and ADR Professionals. It is part of Strengthening the K.P. Judicial Academy; a significant component of a UNDP supported Strengthening the Rule of Law in Malakand project (SRLM). The Institute of Management Sciences is providing technical support to this project, which has earlier conducted a Training Needs Assessment (TNA) for the above mentioned personnel of the Justice Sector Institutions. In light of the findings of the TNA, Training manuals for trainee’s as well as trainers were prepared. While the Academy has already launched refresher courses for serving Judicial Officers and is currently devising short courses for Lawyers and Journalists, the TOT, will pave the way for full scale regular trainings.

The TOT was launched at the K.P Judicial Academy

In a simple but impressive ceremony, the training of the trainers program for 15 Judicial Officers and 20 Prosecutors was launched in the newly refurbished auditorium of the K.P Judicial Academy. The six-day course was kicked off with the recitation of Holy Quran and a joint Duá offered by Mr. Muhammad Saleem Khan, Senior Director Administration. Mr. Hayat Ali Shah the Director General of the Academy welcomed both groups of the participants. Dr. Khurshid Iqbal, Dean Faculty gave a briefing about the aims and objectives of the course. Dr Sohail Shahzad, Training Specialist, UNDP gave an overview of UNDP’s Strengthening the Rule of Law in Malakand project and findings of the TNA conducted earlier. The TOT is a UNDP support project, technically assisted by the Institute of Management Sciences Peshawar. It is expected that the Chief Justice of the Peshawar High Court, who is also the Chairman of the Academy, will be the chief guest at the certificate distribution ceremony.


List of Participants from Judiciary

S.NO

Name of Officer

Designation

Place of Posting

1

Mr. Muhammad Arshad Khan

DSJ

Abbottabad

2

Mr. Subhan Sher

Registrar

PHC

3

Mr Shaiber Khan

DSJ

Peshawar

4

Mr. Tariq Yousafzai

DSJ

Swabi

5

Mr. Shahid Khan

DSJ

Mardan

6

Mr. Muhammad Adil Khan

DSJ

Bannu

7

Mr. Muhammad Asif II

DSJ

Hangu

8

Mr. Muhammad Rauf Khan Khatttak

DSJ

D.I.Khan

9

Ms. Nusrat Yasmeen

ASJ

Nowshera

10

Mr. Jehanzain Shinwari

ASJ

Charsadda

11

Mr. Muhammad Zubair

ASJ

Swat

12

Mrs. Rozina Rehman

ASJ

Mardan

13

Mrs. Kulsoom Azam

ASJ

Peshawar

14

Mrs. Riffat Aamir

Draftsperson

PHC

15

Mr. Inamullah Wazir

ASJ

Peshawar

16

Mr. Muhammad Saleem Khan

SDA

KPJA

17

Mr. Muhammad Aamir Nazir

SDR&P

KPJA

18

Mr. Asghar Ali Salarzai

AO

KPJA

 

List of Participants from Prosecution

S.NO

Name of Officer

Designation

Place of Posting

1

Mr. Saqib Sultan Jadoon

PP

Mansehra

2

Mr. Mian Shahid Ur Rehman

PP

Abbottabad

3

Mr. Muhammad Ayub

PP

Lakki Marwat

4

Miss Shaheen Tabasum

DPP

Kohat

5

Miss Haseena Saeed

APP

Peshawar

6

Mr. Zafar Abbas Mirza

Deputy Director

KP

7

Muhammad Idrees

SPP

Peshawar

8

Mr. Saeed Naeem

PP

ATC Swat

9

Mr. Atta Ur Rehman

PP

Charsadda

10

Mr. Qazi Aftab Ahmad

DPP

Haripur

11

Mr. Azhar Ali

DPP

Mardan

12

Mr. Azmat Ullah

DPP

D.I.Khan

13

Mr. Zia Ullah Wazir

APP

Abbottabad

14

Mr. Sher Alam

APP

Mansehra

15

Mr. Zahoor Khan

APP

Kohat

UNICEF delegates visit Academy on 25 October 2012

Elizabeth Cossar and Sohail Ahmad, Child Protection Specialists visited the Academy today (25 Oct 2010) around 10.00 AM. They expressed their intention to work in partnership with the Academy. The Academy team led by the Director General shared with them a range of information, such as, the statutory mandate of the Academy, the training activities, research studies, seminars and workshops. They visited different parts of the Academy and watched a documentary showing the details about the progress of rehabilitation work, recently conducted trainings, seminars and workshops. They appreciated the efforts of the Academy and hoped that the Academy is playing a significant role in catering to the demands of capacity building in the justice sector institutions of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.

World Bank team visits Academy on 23 October 2012

A team of the World Bank visited the Academy. The team was led by Mr. Sher Shah, Senior Governance Specialist. It visited various sites of the Academy house and was briefed about the pace of the rehabilitation work and other projects, which are being carried out with the support of the Bank through the Governance Support Project of the Provincial Government. Such projects include organizing trainings, seminars, workshops, research and provision of electronic equipments. The distinguished guests keenly watched a seven minutes video prepared by the Academy. The video reflects flashes of the history of the judiciary and judicial education in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP). It focuses on the activities of the KP Judicial Academy. It also contains necessary information on the progress of the Bank supported projects. The distinguished guests also took keen interest in the evaluation mechanisms the Academy is being developing for the judgment writing training and expressed its willingness to provide help in this key area. The team was greatly impressed with the activities of the Academy and the catalyzing role it is playing in the rule of law and peace building in this worst hit province of Pakistan. Mr. Sher Shah expressed the hope that the Academy may emerge a leading judicial training institute at the regional level, notably, the Central and South Asia.
 

Second Meeting of Board of Governance and visit to the Academy on 4th July, 2012

The meeting of the Board of Governors of the Academy was held today on 4th of July 2012 at Peshawar High Court. The meeting was chaired by Hon’ble Chief Justice Dost Muhammad Khan the Chairman of the Academy. The meeting was attended by the Additional Chief Secretary, Secretary Finance, Secretary Law & Human Rights Affairs, Advocate General, Registrar, Member Inspection Team, Additional Registrar (Admin) and other members of the Board.
At the start of the meeting a multimedia presentation was given by Dr. Khurshid Iqbal, Dean Faculty the members were informed about the status of Civil Work, the aims and objectives, future plans and the current activities. The Board appreciated the achievements of the Academy. The Board approved the budget for the financial year 2012-13. The board also approved the proposal for making request to the Provincial Government for a grant of Rs. 100 Million. It was also approved that the Provincial Government will help to reduce the price for the permanent acquisition of the land. The Board decided that since the Academy has a mandate to impart training to the personals of other Justice Sector Institutions. Therefore such institutions may be approach through Home Department.
The rules were discussed at length and it was decided that legal experts of Law Department and Peshawar High Court shall co-ordinate to finalize the same. The board also approved the creation of endowment fund.
After the conclusion of the meeting members of the board visited the Academy. They appreciated the pace of the Civil Work and the up to date Digital Equipments installed in the Academy.

Secretary C & W Visited K.P Judicial Academy on 28th June, 2012

The Secretary Works and Services Zahid Arif visited the Academy on 28th June 2012. He inspected the ongoing Civil Work and issued various directions on the spot to the in-charge Engineer. He directed that a proper P.C-1 shall be prepared for the construction of Mosque at the premises.

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