The rights body hopes this will strengthen the service delivery mechanism within the department as the AWCs had proved helpful in the fight against the pandemic.
The petitioner claimed to have done extensive work on issues pertaining to human rights violations of intersex people.
According to DCPCR, the training is focused on the Juvenile Justice Act, the POCSO Act and the dozens of Supreme Court and High Court judgments on the issues clarifying the gaps in the law.
As per the child rights panel, the Bill places the 'burden of proof' on the accused, which violates the Constitution that says the burden of proof lies on the prosecuting agency.
The commission various well-being surveys and identification of children who have lost their parents due to COVID-19 using data provided by Delhi government's health department.
Delhi Commission for Protection of Child Rights chairman Anurag Kundu will keep a close watch and ensure that the issues raised by the callers are addressed within 24 hours, the statement said.