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Head of the Justice Sector Support Program (J.S.S.P) Team Mr. Chris Walker visited KP Judicial Academy Peshawar on 16th August, 2017.Director General, KP Judicial Academy, Mr. Muhammad Masood Khan welcomed the delegation and a briefing was also given to the delegation about the activities of KP Judicial Academy. The matters of common interest were discussed in the meeting.
 The delegation appreciated the academic achievements of  the Academy and also expressed immense pleasure on the progress made by KPJA in very short span of time.

Announcement: Positions Vacant at KP Judicial Academy

Applications are invited for appointment in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Judicial Academy, Peshawar agaist the following vacant posts. Candidates having domicile of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa fulfilling the below mentioned criteria may apply on or before 25th September, 2017.
1.       Assistant, BPS 16
2.       Computer Operators, BPS 16
3.       Stenographer, BPS 15
4.       Steno-Typist, BPS 14
5.       Telephone Operator (Female), BPS 05
6.       Chef, BPS 05
7.       Driver, BPS 04
8.       Naib Qasid, BPS 01
9.       Technician (Plumber), BPS 01
10.   Machine/ Generator Operator, BPS 01
11.   Electrician / Tube Well Operator, BPS 01
12.   Waiter, BPS 01
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Two Days Specialized Training on Financial Crimes for Judicial Officers on 19-20 July 2017

 Two days(19th and 20th July, 2017) training course on Financial Crimes for Judicial officers was held at KP Judicial Academy Peshawar. Twenty five Judicial officers (6 District and Session Judges and  19 Additional District and Session Judges) across the province of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa participated in the Training course.
Concluding ceremony was held at KP Judicial Academy and Director General KP Judicial Academy Muhammad Masood Khan along with Senior Director Administration, Muhammad Asif Khan , Dean Faculty Khawaja Wajihuddin and other officers of KP Judicial Academy attended the ceremony.
 Addressing the concluding ceremony DG, KP Judicial Academy, Muhammad Masood Khan stated that the objective of the two day Training course was that the participants
(Judicial officers) understand the basic concept of financial crime; Identify the economic impacts of financial crime on economic development. He said that this was the 2nd Training Program in its nature and objective. At the end participants were awarded with Certificates by the DG, KP Judicial Academy.

"Law Giving verses of Quran and Sunnah" Compilation by Mr. Zia- Ur- Rehman, Addl; District & Sessions Judge, Director Instructions-II KP Judicial Academy

  The Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan 1973, by virtue of Art 2-A and Art 227, sets platform for Islamization of the Laws. Accordingly, not only new enactments were introduced but some of the existing laws were also amended so as to bring them in conformity with Injunctions of Islam. Promulgation of Hadood Laws, Qisas and Diyat, Family Laws, Preemption Law, Qanoon-e-Shahadat etc and amendments in many others is result of the said process. Islamic law, besides providing substantive rights also gives comprehensive procedural mechanism for enforceability of the rights.
  The legal fraternity has always been in need of a refrencer | a’ handbook for tracing law giving provisions of Islam. However, basic knowledge of the Islamic Jurisprudence and sources of the law is a must for such an endeavor. Having this perspective in mind the compilation in hand was aimed at. The Holy Quran and the Sunnah of the Holy Prophet Mohammad (Peace Be Upon Him) are the only two agreed upon sources of law by all the famous and renowned schools of thoughts. There are almost five hundred (500) verses of the Holy Quran which provide laws and legal principles and only almost two hundred and thirty (230) verses amongst them are relevant to enforceable rights and administration of justice. These verses have been categorized in this compilation under different heads, Civil, Criminal, Family, Adjudication etc by further classifying them into sub-heads of the existing enactments.
However, subjects of Governance, Fiscal matters and International Law have not been included in this work. Further, an attempt has been made to cite law giving traditions | Ahadith under the relevant heads and sub heads. For Ahadith, the most authentic compilations Sahih Bukhari and Sahih Muslim were resorted to. A brief introduction of Islamic Jurisprudence and of the two compilations of Ahadith has also been given. This effort will help the judicial officers and members of the bar in tracing the Laws of Islam by referring to the original text.

UNODC meeting on 25 July, 2017 at KP Judicial Academy Peshawar

         UNODC meeting was held at KP Judicial Academy on 25th July, 2017. Justice (R) Hamid Farooq Durrani, Justice (R) Abdul Latif Khan, Mr. Muhammad Masood Khan, DG KPJA, Muhammad Asim Imam, Accountability Judge, Peshawar, Khawaja Wajihuddin, Dean Faculty, KPJA, Ms Fatima Raza, Program Assistant, UNODC were attended the meeting. During the meeting selected cases were discussed.

KP Judicial Academy Mediation centre resolved a case through ADR process sent by The Chief Justice of Peshawar High Court

  The ADR centre (former Mediation centre)  which was established in the KP Judicial academy is dormant since long, as no case has been referred to it. Since  now a case has been referred by the Hon'ble Chief Justice Peshawar High Court, Justice Yahya Afridi  for appraisal and its prospective under ADR  mechanism which was to be processed before 18th September 2017.
      In reference: Civil Revision No: 142 of 2009, Town Municipal Administration Peshawar Town-IV through Town Municipal officer (TMO), Town-IV, and others Versus Khuram Ali Co. through propriety Mustansar Hussain R/o Nishtarabad, Peshawar City and others.
      The Mediators were Mr. Sohail Sheraz Noor Sani, Senior Director Research & Publication KPJA, Ms. Hajira Rehman, Director Instructions, KPJA and Mr. Zia- Ur - Rehman, Director Instructions, KP Judicial Academy.
     1. The bid of the plaintiff for recovery of building plan fee was accepted and the contract awarded to him by the defendants for 10 months. This was unilaterally cancelled after a period of 06 months thereby causing losses to the contractors. This was challenged before the courts and the matter was finally referred to the ADR Center of the Judicial Academy.
     2. Since no breach or violation of the contract was alleged, its cancellation was illegal. The plaintiff did not claim any damages but only the actual amount which would have been due to him if the period of the contract was completed. His claim was over Rs. 12 lacs but to the mediation, both parties accepted a claim of Rs. 8,05,200/- after the books of account were examined and reconciled by the arbitrators.
     Nowthat the matter stands resolved , the High Court may decree the suit in the above terms of compromise or make the award the rule of the court as it desires.

Pakistan Mediators Association visited KP Judicial Academy and Meeting with official of the Academy on 13th July, 2017

     A  three members delegation of Pakistan Mediators Association (PMA) visited KP Judicial Academy Peshawar on 13th July, 2017. The Director General, KP Judicial Academy, Mr. Muhammad Massod Khan welcomed the delegation. Senior Director Administration, KPJA, Mr. Muhammad Asif Khan, Dean Faculty, KPJA, Mr. Khawaja Wajihuddin, SR. Director Research and Publication, KPJA, Sohail Sheraz Noor Sani and Director Instructions Mr. Ziaurahman were also present at the meeting.
The purpose of this visit was to explore avenues of mutual cooperation between the two institutions and to seek assistance of the Academy in the area of capacity building.

One Day Program on "Awareness Program on Support to the Reclamation and Probation Service (APSRPS)" at KPJA, on 13th July, 2017

         The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Reclamation and Probation Director Mr. Mualim Jan Aramzai and District and Session Judge Peshawar Mr. Anwar Ali chaired a Reclamation and Probation Awareness Campaign Workshop at the Judicial Academy in Peshawar on 13th July 2017 to create awareness and promote a better understanding of the role and function of the Reclamation and Probation Service in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Criminal Justice Sector.
              Representatives from the Reclamation and Probation Directorate, Home and Tribal Affairs, Police Department, Judiciary, DOST Foundation and Civil Society representatives from Peshawar, Mansehra, Abbottabad Charsadda, Mardan, Kohat and D.I Khan Districts were present at the event.
              The participants at the workshop discussed the modalities of promoting an awareness campaign that will highlight the advantages of parole and probation, over prison sentences for criminal offenders who qualify for the system. When probation and parole are managed well, they can help reduce recidivism and reduce prison populations. This can ultimately reduce the overall crime rate and increase the safety of citizens.
           The campaign will have a special focus on the Juvenile Justice System in the context of the application of the Probation of Offenders Ordinance and the importance of the system for juveniles.
            The Reclamation and Probation Directorate will use the key message identified in the workshop to promote their work with the other stakeholders in the Criminal Justice Sector and Civil Society in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
             The workshop was facilitated by European Union funded Citizens Justice and Peace Programme (CJPP) which is a three year EU-funded Programme, implemented in collaboration with the Government of KP, aimed at improving Home and Tribal Affairs’ Department and Police’s responsiveness to citizens’ security and justice needs by strengthening institutional capacity, inter-departmental coordination and civil society engagement.

UNDP Officials meeting with Director General, KP Judicial Academy on 12th July,2017 at KP Judicial Academy Peshawar

      Adelegation from the UNDP visited the Academy on 12th July, 2017. Director General, KP Judicial Academy, Mr. Muhammad Masood Khan welcomed the delegation and a brief was also given to the delegation about the progress of KP Judicial Academy. The matters of common interest were discussed in the meeting.
The delegation appreciated the academic achievements of  the Academy and also expressed immense pleasure on the progress made by KPJA in very short span of time.

Justice Sector Support Program (JSSP) Meeting With Peshawar High Court(PHC) Coordination Committee on 12 July 2017 at KP Judicial Academy Peshawar

    Justice Sector Support Program (JSSP) meeting was held at KP Judicial Academy Peshawar with Peshawar high court Coordination Committee on 12th of July 2017. The Meeting was the continuation of the meetings.
Mr. Masood Khan, Director General KPJA, Mr. Sadiq Shah , Director Budget and Accounts Peshawar High Court (PHC), Mr. Khurshed Iqbal, D&SJ PHC, Mr. Abdul Mateen, Justice Advisor, JSSP KP and Mr. Qaisar Raza ,Technical Advisor, JSSP Khyber Pakhtunkhwa were participated in the Meeting.



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