Certificate Course on International Space Law Batch 1 Register by 23 January


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About Course: – Since international space law is developing parallel with space technology, the treatise reflects this close relationship between natural and social sciences. Indeed, in some cases lawmaking is even somewhat ahead of scientific and technological progress (a case in point is the Agreement on the Activity of States on the Moon and Other Celestial Bodies, adopted in the United Nations in 1979, which relates to the rights and duties of states in utilizing the natural resources of the Moon and the planets of the solar system). On the other hand, it lags behind practical needs, in other cases, a fact that may be traced, for one thing, to the different approaches of some states to this or that legal problem. A notable part in composing these differences and bringing the positions of states closer together is played by
the UN Committee on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space (COPUOS). Little wonder, therefore, that a considerable part of this treatise is devoted to analyzing the activities of this UN General Assembly agency, which formulates the rules of international space law and the basic principles governing the activities of states in the exploration and use of outer space.

The mention of the United Nations Organization, one of whose purposes as defined in its Charter as being “to achieve international cooperation in solving international problems of an economic, social, cultural, or humanitarian character,” prompts me to emphasize the particular importance of international cooperation in space. Such cooperation is essential, if not inevitable, by virtue of such facts as the
expediency of an international division of labor in this expensive area of research, the advantages of pooling scientific potentials as a means of speeding the progress of space exploration, the need to share the benefits of space exploration with countries unable to explore it on their own, and the danger of space technology being used for aggressive purposes.

The Online Certificate Course offered by CYBERTALKINDIA – NETIZENS CHOICE, intends to spread awareness among the general public about all the space-related matter which is discussed by the whole world and we can also see how United Nations react on this.

Who can pursue it?

Student Pursuing Law (UG/PG) from a UGC recognized University or an Institute can enroll for this Certificate Course.

Duration of Course: 3 Months (25th January 2020 –  25th March 2020)

Date of Commencement: 25th January 2020

Exam dates: 27th March 2020 – 31st March 2020. (You can choose any date as per your convenience)

About the exam: The exam will consist of 20 questions, 5 marks each. For passing, you need to secure a minimum of 40%. No negative marking.

Mock Examination: There will be a Mock test for the course in question on 20th February 2020. [ Students will be notified via email.

About the Assignment: You need to submit one assignment in between 20th February 2020 – 27th February 2020 on anything related to Space Law. Where the selected Assignments will be published by us in a book bearing an International Standard Book Number for free of cost. (You will be charged only for Paperback edition of the Book)

E-Certificates will be delivered via email in the first week of  April.

Note: We are providing a book in your registered email address which would cover the entire syllabus of the course.


1.       The Concept and Sources of International Space Law

2.      The Principles of International Space Law

3.      The Legal Status of Artificial Space Objects

4.      International Cooperation in the Rescue of Cosmonauts

5.      International Responsibility for Space Activities

6.      International Systems of Space Communications

7.       Problems of International Law in Relation to Direct Television Broadcasting via Satellites

8.      Problems of International Law in Space Meteorology

9.      Problems of International Law in Remote Sensing

10.   The Delimitation of Outer Space

11.    The Status of the Moon and Other Celestial Bodies of the Solar System in International Law

Fees for the course: Rs.3999/- (The amount for a hard copy of the publication will be charged extra)

Early Bird: Rs. 3000/- (Register before 20th January 2020, Early bird registration applicable to only students not for professionals) Early Bird Click HERE this link is applicable till the date mentioned above.

Note: Payment is non-refundable.

Deadline: The last date for Registration is 23 January 2020

For registration, Click HERE

To make payment through Paytm Students / Professionals Click HERE [This link is for those who is registering themselves after 20 January 2020]

  •  Early Bird Entry is not applicable for Professionals and students having Voucher of conference which is sponsored by CYBERTALKINDIA.

For any queries, feel free to mail us at courses@cybertalkindia.com or call us at +91-94068-41953

DISCLAIMER:- This is not a Diploma Course it’s a course designed by the firm itself to promote cyber education in society. If someone claims that he/she is from CYBERTALKINDIA and taking money against the Diploma Courses please write here cert.police@cybertalkindia.com. CYBERTALKINDIA does not offer any type of Diploma Courses to its students.

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