Constitution of India is the supreme document of India that governs the Constitutional issues including the governance and functioning of Executive, Parliament and Judiciary of India. Constitution of India is the bulkiest document of its type in the world. It carries many Articles and Schedules that are not easy to understand.
Perry4Law Organisation (P4LO) has been dicussing various issues of Indian Constitution from time to time. This is more so regarding Civil Liberties, Human Rights and Fundamental Rights subjects that are very near and dear to our hearts.
P4LO is also on the forefront of celebrating the “Constitution Day of India” from the very begining. For instance, P4LO has decided to celebrate the First Constitution Day of India on 26th November 2015 in a very novel and desirable manner. We have officially launched the Virtual Law Campus (VLC) in India that covers many techno legal fields like Constitution of India, Cyber Law, Cyber Security, Cyber Forensics, Civil Laws, Criminal Laws, etc.
Dedicated websites in this regard would be made operational very soon and few of these websites can be accessed here1, here2 and here3. Two dedicated blogs have also be launched in this regard and the same can be accessed at blog1 and blog2. This is in addition to the already existing initiative titled Virtual Legal Education Campus (VLEC) of India.
Since Constitution of India is organic in nature, P4LO has also introduced the modern concepts of Laws to Indian Constitution. We have dedicated mnay Techno Legal Blogs that are covering the Techno Legal issues of Indian Constitution. When the Constitution of India was drafted, Information and Communication Technology (ICT) was not in use. Hence, ICT related issues were not incorporated into the Indian Constitution. At P4LO we are working in the direction of making the provisions of Indian Constitution in conformity with ICT and Techno Legal requirements.
We have already suggested that Indian Government must formulate a Techno Legal Framework for India as Indian Cyberspace is suffering from many threats and deficiencies. For instance, Indian Constitution must also suitably accomodate contemporary topics like Cyber Law, Cyber Security, Cyber Forensics, E-Discovery, E-Courts, Online Dispute Resolution (ODR), etc.
Similarly, Indian Government must also work in the direction of strengthening of Online Education and Skills Development in India. We have taken a small but significant step in these directions by establishing the first ever Virtual Law Campus (VLC) of India and world wide. The VLC would cover many Techno Legal Skills Development fields including Techno Legal issues of Indian Constitution.
We hope the Indian Government would find our initiatives in general and VLC in particular helpful in furthering the Preambulary Intents and Constitutional Philosophy.