Objectives of the Centre

  • Conduct interdisciplinary research in the area of air and space law and policy. The interdisciplinary research shall focus on law, economics, technology, business, government, and public policy and its intersection with Space law and policy.

  • Maintain close collaboration with various international and national organisations in the aerospace industry, including the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), International Air Transport Association (IATA), Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO), Space Commission and the United Nations Office of Outer Space Affairs (UNOOSA).

  • Increase cooperation with educational institutions, governmental and non-governmental organisations involved in air and space activities and their regulation.

  • Encourage, facilitate and promote graduate student research in the field of space law and provide a platform to the students to develop their research skills in the field of Air and Space Law.

  • Publish and disseminate books, journals, monographs and other documents pertinent to the field of air and space law and policy.

  • Organise seminars, conferences, workshops, round tables etc. with the aim to provide a platform to facilitate deliberations amongst the stakeholders on the various issues confronting Aerospace Law and to contribute thereby in the ongoing discourse.

  • Collaborate with other universities and research institutions to facilitate the exchange of faculty and students to understand and develop mutual perspectives and contexts regarding the future prospects of Air and Space Law.

  • Engage with stakeholders within the industry about the practical challenges and the feasibility of implementing regulations and policies in Air and Space Law.