Institute of Law

Research Centres

In order to enhance research skills and promote research activity, institute has established research centers in different areas namely
Centre for Law & Governance, Centre for Criminal Law & Justice, Centre for ADR, Centre for Corporate Law Studies, Centre for International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights Law (IHL&HRL), Centre for Social Justice, Centre for IPR and Centre for Environmental Law. Students are divided under these centers depending upon their interests and they carry out research project on different issues relating to the subject area. So far, students have submitted 5 research projects under this activity. Research is a part of the ongoing activity wherein students are engaged in empirical and doctrinal research work in different areas of law. Faculty members assess the project report of the students and guide them towards publishing in law journals

The purpose of constituting these specialized centres was to provide the students opportunities to deepen and widen their knowledge under the guidance of expert resource person in the respective areas. It is also expected that the centres will facilitate interaction leading to sharpening their skills of verbal presentation and analytical expertise. Apart from the above broad objectives the proposed centres are fostering and nourishing academic and professional values, sensitizing the younger mind in quest of knowledge. Such sensitization could be achieved by the scholastic activities, mainly in the following manner. Encourage students to review literature related to subject matter.

  •     It will enhance their analytical skills.
  •     Centre aims at improving student’s Communicative Skills.
  •     Activities will be conducted to develop their presentation skills.
  •     Inculcate the habit of study and research, which is important for the growth and development in legal field.
  •     Study the substantial laws & procedural laws in depth to identify its loopholes & suggest ways to effective implementation.
  •     To study the laws that develops through judicial pronouncements.
  •     To associate with N.G.Os, Government Departments, Implementing authorities, and other such agencies to understand the process of implementation.
  •     To publish newsletter/ Journals
  •     To organize debates, Quizzes, Seminars, Symposiums, etc on related subject.