KIIT School of Law – KIIT University News & Events https://news.kiit.ac.in KIIT Deemed to be University News Tue, 24 May 2022 03:47:59 +0000 en-GB hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.8.4 https://news.kiit.ac.in/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/cropped-download-32x32.png KIIT School of Law – KIIT University News & Events https://news.kiit.ac.in 32 32 KIIT Law School Organizes National Webinar on ‘Constitutionality of Sedition Law in India’ https://news.kiit.ac.in/schools/law/kiit-law-school-organizes-national-webinar-on-constitutionality-of-sedition-law-in-india/ https://news.kiit.ac.in/schools/law/kiit-law-school-organizes-national-webinar-on-constitutionality-of-sedition-law-in-india/#respond Mon, 23 May 2022 03:44:00 +0000 https://news.kiit.ac.in/?p=39707

A National Webinar on ‘The Constitutionality of Sedition Law in India’ was conducted on 21st May 2022 by the Department of Constitutional Law and Administrative Law in association with the Centre for Constitutional Law Studies and Research, KIIT Law School (KLS). In his webinar talk, Mr. Satya Pal Jain, Addl. Solicitor General of India, Fmr. MP and Part-time […]

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A National Webinar on ‘The Constitutionality of Sedition Law in India’ was conducted on 21st May 2022 by the Department of Constitutional Law and Administrative Law in association with the Centre for Constitutional Law Studies and Research, KIIT Law School (KLS). In his webinar talk, Mr. Satya Pal Jain, Addl. Solicitor General of India, Fmr. MP and Part-time Member of the 21st Law Commission of India deliberated on the legal challenges to the provision of sedition. He explained how the security interests and integrity of the State is balanced on one hand, and the civil liberties of citizens on the other.

In his informative talk, Mr. Jain went on to state that sedition must not be equated to mere criticism or difference of opinion with the government of the country rather, it must only be invoked in a situation when the ‘Lakshman Rekha’, i.e., the threshold is crossed. He was also of the view that mere misuse of a law by some authorities must not lead to its repeal, in a situation when there is an independent and powerful judiciary which plays a pro-active role in safeguarding the rights and liberties of the individuals.

Moreover, he added that in order to curtail the misuse of this law, the Government of India was directed by the Supreme Court to revisit the working of this provision. Hence, there is a probability that there will be more practical safeguards that the Committee will be suggesting and looking upon. Mr. Jain differentiated between the ‘State’ and the ‘Government’ by quoting Bhishma Pitamaha from Mahabharata.

Mr. Yogesh Mishra, Assistant Professor, KIIT-DU, delivered the welcome speech and Mr. Shashank Nande, Assistant Professor, KIIT-DU summarized the talk and proposed vote of thanks.

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Expert Lecture on “Excelling Research Proficiency through OER” at KLS https://news.kiit.ac.in/schools/law/expert-lecture-on-excelling-research-proficiency-through-oer-at-kls/ https://news.kiit.ac.in/schools/law/expert-lecture-on-excelling-research-proficiency-through-oer-at-kls/#respond Mon, 16 May 2022 05:25:06 +0000 https://news.kiit.ac.in/?p=39577

KIIT Law School organized an expert lecture on ‘Excelling Research Proficiency through OER’ on the 14th May 2022 through virtual mode. The session was mainly designed to introduce the audience with the different platforms like Swayam, Shodhganga, Sodh Sindhu, Vidya Mitra, Sodh Chakra, etc., which would enable the faculties and research scholars at the Law School in their process of research. The […]

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KIIT Law School organized an expert lecture on ‘Excelling Research Proficiency through OER’ on the 14th May 2022 through virtual mode. The session was mainly designed to introduce the audience with the different platforms like Swayam, Shodhganga, Sodh Sindhu, Vidya Mitra, Sodh Chakra, etc., which would enable the faculties and research scholars at the Law School in their process of research.

The session was conducted by Dr. Abhishek Kumar, Scientist-E (CS), Inflibnet, Gandhinagar. He has been the recipient of the President’s commendation award in the year 2017 for his commendable contribution to digital initiatives for higher education. He was also the recipient of “Open Education Consortium Award 2018” given to him in OEC Global Conference at Delft, The Netherlands during April 24-26, 2018 for Open Education Excellence in Open Repository “VIDYA-MITRA: An Integrated e-Content Portal”, which is a repository of all e-content project developed under NMEICT, MHRD, India.

Dr. Abhishek, introduced the need of online educational content and the role of faculties and researchers for exploring the future possibilities for knowledge enhancement and getting due credits in professional life out of the same. He also welcomed KIIT Deemed to be University to join hands with the Sodh Chakra platform and make best use of the content for a smoother process of research at the university.

The session was attended by research scholars and faculty members of KIIT Law School. It was conducted under the patronage of Prof. (Dr.) Bhabani Prasad Panda, Director, KLS and overall coordination done by Dr. Bishwa Kallyan Dash, Asst. Prof. (II), KLS.

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Special Lecture on ‘Democracy and Development’ at KLS https://news.kiit.ac.in/schools/law/special-lecture-on-democracy-and-development-at-kls/ https://news.kiit.ac.in/schools/law/special-lecture-on-democracy-and-development-at-kls/#respond Fri, 13 May 2022 03:37:28 +0000 https://news.kiit.ac.in/?p=39535

“Democracy and development are multi-dimensional realities and possibilities. At present, both the concepts are imprisoned within the logic of money and power”, said Prof. (Dr.) Ananta Kumar Giri, Professor, Madras Institute of Development Studies, Chennai at KIIT Law School (KLS) lecture series on 11th May 2022. The special lecture, titled “Transforming Democracy and Development – Ethics, Aesthetics […]

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“Democracy and development are multi-dimensional realities and possibilities. At present, both the concepts are imprisoned within the logic of money and power”, said Prof. (Dr.) Ananta Kumar Giri, Professor, Madras Institute of Development Studies, Chennai at KIIT Law School (KLS) lecture series on 11th May 2022. The special lecture, titled “Transforming Democracy and Development – Ethics, Aesthetics and Responsibility”, was organized by the Department of Social Sciences and Humanities, KLS in blended mode.  

Explaining the various facets of democracy, Prof. Giri termed democracy as the absolute, unlimited form of government, because in it the supreme power is fully constituted by the power of the multitude. Spinoza’s democracy is to be animated by a constituent power, a dynamic form of popular authority. In effect, democracy is a return to a plane of ethics: Power (potential) does not exist in Spinoza’s democracy except to the extent that it is a constituent power completely and freely constituted by the power of the multitude, he stated.

According to Buddhist philosophy, inner strength must be cultivated first, followed by compassion and loving kindness towards others, he said, adding that the Dharma emphasizes personal development that can heal individuals and, by doing so, help transform society. He also said democracy has become its worst enemy as many of us rarely interrogate its foundational limitations such as limits of the very logic of representation itself.

Prof. Giri opined that modern democracy is intimately linked to the project of nation-state; and the ethical problems of nation-state also haunt the working of democracy. Modern democracy is still imprisoned within the logic of statism. But the ethical problems of the state are rarely addressed in our discourse on democracy, he added.

Earlier, Prof. (Dr.) Sanghamitra Patnaik, Head of the Department introduced the topic. The lecture was attended by more than 100 students and faculty members. Mr. Satyanarayan Jena, Assistant Professor, KLS proposed the vote of thanks, while Dr. Ramesh Chandra Sethi, Assistant Professor coordinated this academic discussion. The program was inspired by Prof. Bhavani Prasad Panda, Director, KLS.

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KIIT Law School Conducts Skill Component Webinar https://news.kiit.ac.in/schools/law/kiit-law-school-conducts-skill-component-webinar/ https://news.kiit.ac.in/schools/law/kiit-law-school-conducts-skill-component-webinar/#respond Wed, 04 May 2022 06:37:51 +0000 https://news.kiit.ac.in/?p=39314

The Centre for Constitutional Law Studies and Research, KIIT Law School (KLS) conducted a Skill Component webinar on the topic ‘Federalism at The Time of Crisis: Role and Function of a Bureaucrat’. Delivering the webinar talk, Mr. Rajat Bansal, IAS, Collector, Bastar District, Chhattisgarh described challenges and successes in managing the Covid-19 pandemic in Bastar district. “Bastar […]

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The Centre for Constitutional Law Studies and Research, KIIT Law School (KLS) conducted a Skill Component webinar on the topic ‘Federalism at The Time of Crisis: Role and Function of a Bureaucrat’. Delivering the webinar talk, Mr. Rajat Bansal, IAS, Collector, Bastar District, Chhattisgarh described challenges and successes in managing the Covid-19 pandemic in Bastar district. “Bastar was one of the first to be affected by Covid as a lot of paramilitary forces are stationed here. The district had its own set of challenges so the administration had to calibrate its response accordingly”, he said.

Competitive and comparative federalism works only in theory but in reality the way the systems are designed doesn’t seem competitive and it is all about coming together and working towards something, he stated, elaborating, the Constitution binds the Centre and States in a beautiful way and All India Services plays an important role in the scheme. Mr. Shashank Nande, Assistant Professor, KLS organized the event and Mr. Yogesh Mishra proposed a vote of thanks. This programme was organized under the overall leadership of Dr. Bhabani Prasad Panda, Director, KLS and Dr. Kyvalya Garikapati, Head of the Centre. 

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Webinar on Space Law and Regulations at KLS https://news.kiit.ac.in/schools/law/webinar-on-space-law-and-regulations-at-kls/ https://news.kiit.ac.in/schools/law/webinar-on-space-law-and-regulations-at-kls/#respond Sat, 30 Apr 2022 11:25:15 +0000 https://news.kiit.ac.in/?p=39276

KIIT Law School (KLS) organized a Webinar on the topic “Space Law and Regulations” on 28th April 2022. The webinar talk was delivered by Dr. Ricky J. Lee, Professor at Jesus College, Cambridge University. Dr. Lee, a world renowned authority in the field of Space Law, discussed the evolution of space regulations and how the countries […]

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KIIT Law School (KLS) organized a Webinar on the topic “Space Law and Regulations” on 28th April 2022. The webinar talk was delivered by Dr. Ricky J. Lee, Professor at Jesus College, Cambridge University.

Dr. Lee, a world renowned authority in the field of Space Law, discussed the evolution of space regulations and how the countries have eventually been taking part in its process starting from the Outer Space Treaty to the Moon Treaty. He analyzed why most of the countries are yet to ratify the obligations under these regulatory frameworks devoid of the aspects of liability.

Dr. Lee also took a few questions and explained the privatization of outer space, the role of India in its space exploration activities and the need for a specific regulatory framework which may lead India to a driving position across the global order.

Prof. (Dr.) Bhabani Prasad Panda, Director, KLS interacted with the speaker and conveyed participants’ eagerness to harness long term association and guidance from Dr. Lee’s enormous expertise. The session, organized by Assistant Professors, Dr. Bishwa Kallyan Dash and Ms. Jinia Kundu, was attended by faculty members and students of KLS.

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KIIT Law School Conducts Webinar on “Foreign Direct Investment to Boost Indian Economy” https://news.kiit.ac.in/schools/law/kiit-law-school-conducts-webinar-on-foreign-direct-investment-to-boost-indian-economy/ https://news.kiit.ac.in/schools/law/kiit-law-school-conducts-webinar-on-foreign-direct-investment-to-boost-indian-economy/#respond Sat, 30 Apr 2022 07:44:41 +0000 https://news.kiit.ac.in/?p=39257

The Centre for Studies in Business and Corporate Law (KCBCL), under the aegis of the Department of Business Law and Corporate Governance, KIIT Law School (KLS), in collaboration with the Institute of Company Secretaries of India (ICSI) conducted a webinar on “Foreign Direct Investment to Boost Indian Economy” 23rd April 2022.  Speaking at the webinar, Mr. […]

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The Centre for Studies in Business and Corporate Law (KCBCL), under the aegis of the Department of Business Law and Corporate Governance, KIIT Law School (KLS), in collaboration with the Institute of Company Secretaries of India (ICSI) conducted a webinar on “Foreign Direct Investment to Boost Indian Economy” 23rd April 2022. 

Speaking at the webinar, Mr. (CS) Prateek Kohli said that the field of Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) is mostly undiscovered in India and lacks  professionals in the sphere, even though about 60-80 billion dollars are transacted each year. FDI is triggered when a non-resident invests in any of the capital instruments in India, he said, elaborating that this can be done in one of three specific ways – setting up their office in India, taking over any existing company in India, and forming joint ventures in India. Some sectors, such as marketing software, allow automatic entry into India, while some others, like defence equipment, require approval for entry, he informed. The speaker explained the detailed procedure of FDI with the help of a hypothetical example.

Addressing the students, Mr. (CS) Jyotirmoy Mishra explained the academic collaboration of CS with the legal profession. CS and law are like sister professions, each enhancing the other, he remarked. Welcoming the speaker, Prof. Bhavani Prasad Panda, Director, KLS stressed on the importance of economy, investment and money for a country like India. These are vital for the economy to grow, he said, while encouraging more such programmes for the students.

The talk followed a question-answer session, facilitated by Prof. (CS) Pratiti Nayak, Faculty Member, KCBCL. As many as 98 participants joined the webinar. Bhumika Saishree Panigrahi, Student Member, KCBCL also spoke on the occasion. Mandavi Banerjee (Student Coordinator, 4th Year) and Peeyush Das (Student Member, 3rd Year) were the Rapporteurs. 

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International Webinar on “Great Power Interactions in the Indo-Pacific” at KIIT Law School https://news.kiit.ac.in/schools/law/international-webinar-on-great-power-interactions-in-the-indo-pacific-at-kiit-law-school/ https://news.kiit.ac.in/schools/law/international-webinar-on-great-power-interactions-in-the-indo-pacific-at-kiit-law-school/#respond Thu, 28 Apr 2022 11:52:20 +0000 https://news.kiit.ac.in/?p=39231

The Department of Social Science and Humanities, KIIT Law School (KLS) in collaboration with Kalinga Institute of Indo-Pacific Studies (KIIPS) organized an International Webinar on “Great Power Interactions in the Indo-Pacific” on 23rd April 2022. The webinar was chaired by Prof. Chintamani Mohapatra, Professor, Centre for Canadian, US & Latin American Studies, SIS and Former Pro-VC, JNU, while four eminent […]

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The Department of Social Science and Humanities, KIIT Law School (KLS) in collaboration with Kalinga Institute of Indo-Pacific Studies (KIIPS) organized an International Webinar on “Great Power Interactions in the Indo-Pacific” on 23rd April 2022.

The webinar was chaired by Prof. Chintamani Mohapatra, Professor, Centre for Canadian, US & Latin American Studies, SIS and Former Pro-VC, JNU, while four eminent speakers – Prof. Stephen Robert Nagy, Senior Associate Professor, International Christian University, Tokyo; Prof. Pramod Jaiswal, Research Director, Nepal Institute for International Cooperation and Engagement; Prof. Amit Gupta, Associate Professor, USAF Air War College, Alabama, USA; and Prof. Jakub Zajączkowski, Professor, Institute of International Relations, University of Warsaw, Poland – delivered lectures.

The Indo-Pacific is slowly being transformed into a seat of greater competition and conflict, Prof. (Dr.) Bhavani Prasad Panda, Director, KLS said in his introductory remarks. In his keynote address, Prof. Mohapatra explained the contemporary global situation, where the world is still facing the effects of COVID-19 pandemic as well as witnessing the Russian-Ukraine war. He analyzed the U.S. approach in the present situation with the latent containment of China; and also deliberated on the position of Japan and Germany.  

Explaining the stance of India in the region, Prof. Nagy highlighted the relationship between China and Japan and the latter’s inclusive and exclusive approach towards attaining superiority in the Indo-Pacific region. Prof. Gupta critically examined Australia’s position in AUKUS for nuclear submarines, which is not the same as India.

Prof. Jaiswal analyzed the relationship between Nepal and China in terms of political interest of Nepal. The Indo-Pacific is a political concept in the context of China rather than a geographical concept, opined Prof. Jakub Zajączkowski. Since the war in Ukraine, the US has started to analyze the context of democratic values and global routes, he stated, adding that great power interactions are complex global phenomena in the current international scenario. The lectures were followed by a Q&A session.

Dr. Sanghamitra Patnaik, HOD & Associate Professor –II was Convenor of the webinar, which was attended by about 70 participants. A vote of thanks was proposed by Dr. Ramesh Chandra Sethi, Assistant Professor, KIIT Law School. The event was coordinated by Piyush Kranti, Srejeta Datta, Smruti Sagarika Das, Khusi and Bibaswan Moharna, 4th semester students of B.A.LL.B.

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KIIT Law School Conducts Webinar on “Regulation of Merger Regime in India- Experience of a Decade” https://news.kiit.ac.in/schools/law/kiit-law-school-conducts-webinar-on-regulation-of-merger-regime-in-india-experience-of-a-decade/ https://news.kiit.ac.in/schools/law/kiit-law-school-conducts-webinar-on-regulation-of-merger-regime-in-india-experience-of-a-decade/#respond Wed, 27 Apr 2022 08:53:29 +0000 https://news.kiit.ac.in/?p=39164

The KLS Centre for Studies in Business and Corporate Law (KCBCL), under the aegis of the Department of Business Law and Corporate Governance, in collaboration with the Competition Commission of India (CCI) conducted a webinar on the topic “Regulation of Merger Regime in India- Experience of a Decade” on 22nd April, 2022 on zoom platform.  The webinar talk […]

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The KLS Centre for Studies in Business and Corporate Law (KCBCL), under the aegis of the Department of Business Law and Corporate Governance, in collaboration with the Competition Commission of India (CCI) conducted a webinar on the topic “Regulation of Merger Regime in India- Experience of a Decade” on 22nd April, 2022 on zoom platform.  The webinar talk was delivered by Mr. Anuj Verma, Deputy Director (Financial Analyst), CCI.

Discussing the provisions relating to Combinations under the Competition Law prior to 2011 and the significant changes made in the statutory framework post 2011, Mr. Verma talked about pro-competitive and anti-competitive factors to be considered in mergers and acquisitions and the factors that weigh in through the decision-making process by the Commission. He explained Section 5 and 6 of Competition Act, 2002 and the threshold limits beyond which transactions become notifiable and the reasons for the same.

He discussed transactions that are exempted from filing of notice, through notifications via the Commission and elaborated on the vitality of inter-connected transactions and the manner in which they are dealt with by the Commission. He also explained Green Channel Filing under the purview of the Commission which acts as a filter for certain kinds of merger transaction or combination filings which don’t possess any risk of harm to competition regimes.

Mr. Verma also answered questions from the students and faculty members attending the webinar. Professor Saptarshi Das, Faculty Member, KCBCL; Professor Ashok Srivastava, Assistant Professor; Prof. Ipsita Das, Assistant Professor & Centre Coordinator; and Apurba Pattanayak, Student Coordinator also spoke. Sangeeta Basu (Student Member, KCBCL, 4th Year) and Aparna Barpanda (Student Member, KCBCL, 3rd Year) were the Rapporteurs for the webinar, which was joined by around 80 participants. 

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KIIT Law School Organizes Skill Oriented Session on Union-State Relations https://news.kiit.ac.in/schools/law/kiit-law-school-organizes-skill-oriented-session-on-union-state-relations/ https://news.kiit.ac.in/schools/law/kiit-law-school-organizes-skill-oriented-session-on-union-state-relations/#respond Sat, 23 Apr 2022 07:20:19 +0000 https://news.kiit.ac.in/?p=39066

A Skill Oriented Session on ‘Union-State Relations in the Field of Education’ was organized by the Department of Constitutional Law and Administrative Law, KIIT Law School (KLS). Dr. Alok Shukla (IAS), Principal Secretary, Department of Parliamentary Affairs, Skill Development, Technical Education & Employment, and School Education, Chhattisgarh was the Resource Person. Dr. Shukla explained various dimensions of the Right to Education Act, 2009 and […]

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A Skill Oriented Session on ‘Union-State Relations in the Field of Education’ was organized by the Department of Constitutional Law and Administrative Law, KIIT Law School (KLS). Dr. Alok Shukla (IAS), Principal Secretary, Department of Parliamentary Affairs, Skill Development, Technical Education & Employment, and School Education, Chhattisgarh was the Resource Person.

Dr. Shukla explained various dimensions of the Right to Education Act, 2009 and New Education Policy, 2020. Discussing key features of the National Education Policy 2020, he said, the Policy       provides ample scope for states to come up with their own curriculum. However, he raised his concerns while drawing a comparison between the written script of law and the ground realities relating to the ideal teacher-student ratio, infrastructure, etc. There are also gaps between the theoretical understanding and the practical applications which affect employability of graduates, he stated. He summed up by stating that there is  a lot of work to be done at ground levels.

Dr. Shukla also took questions from the students. The programme was organized under the leadership of Dr. Bhabani Prasad Panda, Director, KLS. Mr. Shashank Nande, Faculty Coordinator also spoke on the occasion. Dr. Kyvalya Garikapati, Head of the Department proposed the vote of thanks. 

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KIIT Law School Faculty Brings Laurels https://news.kiit.ac.in/achievements/kiit-law-school-faculty-brings-laurels/ https://news.kiit.ac.in/achievements/kiit-law-school-faculty-brings-laurels/#respond Tue, 19 Apr 2022 11:12:45 +0000 https://news.kiit.ac.in/?p=38942

Prof. Sarvesh Kumar Shahi, Assistant Professor of Law, KIIT Law School has been awarded Certificate of Appreciation for Outstanding Performance in Teaching under the category  “Pride of India Awards-2022 for Academic Excellence” by International Council of Social Reforms and Research (India Education Charitable Trust, Ghaziabad) on the occasion of Birth Anniversary of Dr. B.R. Ambedkar on 14th April 2022. Prof. […]

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Prof. Sarvesh Kumar Shahi, Assistant Professor of Law, KIIT Law School has been awarded Certificate of Appreciation for Outstanding Performance in Teaching under the category  Pride of India Awards-2022 for Academic Excellence” by International Council of Social Reforms and Research (India Education Charitable Trust, Ghaziabad) on the occasion of Birth Anniversary of Dr. B.R. Ambedkar on 14th April 2022. Prof. Shahi was presented the award in an online ceremony.

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