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Updated on 28 Sep, 2019

Certificate in Anti Human Trafficking (CAHT )

Minimum Duration: 6 Months
Maximum Duration: 2 Years
Course Fee: Rs. 1,400
Minimum Age: No bar
Maximum Age: No bar


10+2 or its equivalent or BPP from IGNOU
Medium: English & Hindi



This programme has been launched with a view that it would help learners to understand the various contours of human trafficking. Since trafficking is an organized crime, so it needs a professional method to handle it. Undeniably along with stringent punishment what is the need of the hour is the proper rehabilitation of the victims .We hope that the scheme of this Programme would enable the learner to have a deep knowledge of the various rehabilitative schemes. Further the Programme is planned in such a way to help students know what are the different legislations in India regarding curbing human trafficking and what are the reasons for the poor implementation of these laws. This programme will also develop a practical approach and sensitization towards the issues of Human Trafficking.

Employment opportunities: International and national NGO’s related to Human Trafficking, Legal Aid, Juvenile Justice, Woman, Children and disability etc.

Objectives: The objectives of this programme are to:
·        bring about awareness and provide comprehensive understanding to the learners in Anti Human Trafficking,
·        develop functional understanding and coordination amongst learners about various stake holders/ agencies associated with the process of Human Trafficking directly or indirectly,
·        create awareness building in the area of law, policies, rehabilitation and prevention aspects of Human Trafficking amongst the learners,
·        develop practical skills for learners to engage with the process of understanding the ways of Prevention of crime, Protection and Rehabilitation of victims Prosecution of offenders and reintegration of victims with families;
·        prepare well informed professionals, those working in the government agencies, civil society organizations and corporate sectors about the courses and depthness of Human Trafficking and the ways for prevention, rehabilitation, and reintegration.
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[Updated on 10-Apr-2024]