Amity University, Lucknow Campus, is organizing a 7 day – 2nd Amity National Faculty Development Program on “Contemporary Changing Dimension Of Law In India With Special Reference To COVID-19 (On-Line)” from 15th June 2020 to 21st June 2020.
The purpose of the program is to impart knowledge and develop necessary skills in the field of legal education and to enhance the teaching, learning, and research skills of early career researchers and academicians. This program aims to deliberate on the serious issues of law and the changing dimension of law in India, especially in the context of this pandemic.
During the lockdown, the online faculty development program has many potential benefits for faculties, law professionals, and research scholars. Its greatest potential benefit is the improvement of student learning, as is the case for all forms of high-quality professional development.
The participants can actively participate since the online faculty development program is flexible and versatile in its nature and a great platform to learn and hear from the eminent academicians in the field of law from all over the country.
Who can Participate?
The program has been specifically designed for Faculty Members, Research Scholars, and Research Associates from all Universities, Colleges and Professional Institutes of Law, and other Legal Professionals.
Two sessions per day.
Each session shall be of 1 hour 30 minutes
Certificate of Participation
A certificate of participation will be issued to those who participate in themselves.
Registration, Registration Fee And The Mode Of Payment
Rs. 500/- per person and is non-refundable.
The duly filled registration forms shall be submitted to alsl.fdp2020[at]gmail.com.
The registration fee shall be paid through an online transaction to the Amity account.
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