Mr. Rajesh Suman
Mr. Rajesh Suman completed his B.A.LL.B. [Hons.] from the National Law Institute University, Bhopal and LLM from Barkatullah University.Mr. Rajesh Suman has also qualified the UGC National Eligibility Test in the year 2012. He further has an intermediate certificate in French language from the Alliance Francaise, Bhopal.
Mr. Rajesh Suman joined the National Judicial Academy as a Law Associate in February 2010 and was then selected as a Research Fellow in 2012. In April, 2014 he became Assistant Professor at NJA.
Mr. Rajesh Suman has worked in three different Non Governmental Organizations based in Madhya Pradesh prior to joining the National Judicial Academy. He was Project Coordinator on a project on issues related to participatory development in slum habitats at Aarambh NGO, Bhopal from March, 2009 to February, 2010. The Project was funded by the UN Habitat and WaterAid, UK. In addition to this, Mr. Suman worked as a “Social Worker-Legal Advocacy” in Sudhar [a Dorabji Tata Trust Project for Reforms in Criminal Justice System in Madhya Pradesh] from February 2007 to March 2009. From June, 2006 to October, 2006, he was Research Associate in a project on the issues related to strengthening the decentralization of governance funded by the United Nations Development Programmes (UNDP).
Mr. Rajesh Suman has three publications to his credit:
- Chapter titled “Compensation to Victims: A Study With Special Reference to Section 357 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973” published in the book titled “Quest for Justice” published by the National Judicial Academy. [ISBN-81-925732-0-5]
- Paper titled “Strengthening Legal Aid in Criminal Trials in India: Role of Courts”, published in the Madras Law Journal (Criminal) (2014) 1 MLJ (CRL) [Journal published by Reed Elsevier Publishing (India) Pvt. Ltd.]
- Short Article titled, “Victim Compensation Scheme under S. 357A of the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 - Need of Effective Implementation” , published in the Newsletter Vol.3, Issue 2, July 2013, published by the National Judicial Academy