On 19th and 20th of December, 2019, Faculty of Law, SGT University organized a two-day Workshop on ‘Emerging Trends on Constitutional Law, Environmental Law, Criminal Law, Women & Law, Intellectual property Rights, Family law and International Trade Law.’ Various research scholars, students and faculty members of SGT University as well from other Universities participated in
The students of the Faculty of Law, SGT University on 10th December 2019 attended the Human Rights Day Functions on “Adding Nuance to Human Rights Discourse”. The Theme addressed was presented by Hon’ble Justice Dr.D.Y.Chandrachud, Judge, Supreme Court of India, and the function was presided over by Hon’ble Justice R.M.Lodha, former Chief Justice of India.
The faculty of Law, SGT University celebrated the 70th Constitution Day. On this day, i.e. on the 26th of November, 1949 the Indian Constitution was adopted. On this occasion, the faculty members spread awareness about the Indian Constitution. The Preamble of the Constitution of India was read out to the students. The students were made
Faculty of law in collaboration with Institute of Ethnic Studies, National University of Malaysia organised an International Colloquium on ‘Academic Leadership, freedom and research ethics in law and social sciences: Perspectives of India and Malaysia’ on 13th November, 2019. Prof Upendra Baxi being the Chief Guest of the Colloquium gave his views on National Education Policy,
Faculty of Law organized a talk on ‘Comparison between Malaysian and Indian Constitutional Rights in the Context of Minorities’ On 24th of September, 2019, by Prof. Datuk Denison Jayasooria, Principal Research Fellow, Institute of Ethnic Studies, National University of Malaysia. The session took a comparative approach to analyze the differences and similarities between the constitutional
On 13th September Faculty of Law organized Fresher’s Party. It began with a cultural program session in which a general introduction to several University festivals, events, library rules, transport department, computer facilities, and ERP was conducted through ‘PowerPoint Presentations’. Further students were taken for a campus tour. Before the end of a day, the student
An Intra Faculty Moot Court Competition based on ‘International Law’ was organized by the Faculty of Law on the 04th & 5th of September, 2019. The participating teams presented their arguments before a three judges bench comprising Prof. (Dr.) Manjula Batra (Dean), Prof. Suresh Minocha, and Ms. Komal Dahiya. It was a fruitful and meaningful
Faculty of Law organized an expert talk on ‘Juvenile Justice and Sexual Offences against Children’ by Ms. Jyoti Dogra Sood, Associate Professor, Indian Law Institute, New Delhi on 2nd September 2019. Ms. Jyoti enlightened the students with various aspects of the Juvenile Justice System in India along with the recent amendments brought in the Act.
On the 28th of August, 2019, the Faculty of Law organized a visit to the Supreme Court of India. Twenty Four students accompanied by four faculty members witnessed the proceedings on matters related to the Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Act of 2012, Section 498A and Section 304B of the Indian Penal Code of
On the 27th of August, the Faculty of Law organized a Moot Court Workshop for all the law students. The workshop focused on the relevancy of mooting in legal education along with the basics of oral presentations and written submissions. The students were enlightened about the etiquettes of oral presentations as well as drafting of