National Webinar on NEP 2020-Issues & Challenges, by IILS, Siliguri [Feb 7; 11 AM]: Register Now!

The Indian Institute of Legal Studies (IILS), Siliguri is organizing a National Webinar on NEP or National Education Policy of 2020: The issues and challenges associated with it, on February 7, 2021.

About IILS

The Indian Institute of Legal Studies situated at the foothills of the Himalayas in the Terai-Dooars confluence bestowing it with the natural landscape, sharing boundaries with the SAARC nations. The Indian Institute of Legal Studies is affiliated with the University of North Bengal and is approved by the Bar Council of India and recognized under Sections 2(f) & 12-B of the University Grants Commission Act, 1956. The Institute is accredited by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC). IILS always promotes the academic culture and proper research environment by creating greater opportunity for faculty and students to undertake original and serious research on identifiable issues relating to law and justice that affects the Indian society which in turn serves as a facilitator to the efficient and effective administration of justice.

Such aims can be fulfilled by comparative research and institutional partnership on faculty and student exchange basis and methods which shall be mutually beneficial. In this context, the Indian Institute of Legal Studies takes this opportunity in organizing National Webinar on National Education Policy 2020 – Issues and Challenges, to be held on 7th February 2021.

Theme of Webinar

With the launch of NEP new paradigms in higher education have now emerged and with effective implementation of the NEP-2020, India aims to become a global study destination providing premium education at affordable costs. NEP covers significant aspects like holistic, multidisciplinary, and futuristic education, quality research, and equitable use of technology for better reach in education. This national webinar on National Education Policy 2020 – Issues and Challenges intends to discuss the expectations of the policymakers with regard to the role of heads of higher education and teachers for the attainment of the objectives of the new education policy including teaching and learning.

Hence, through this webinar we would like to provide a holistic view of the reforms in the Indian education system by focusing on:

  • The NEP 2020 and the role of the educators in the legal backdrop.
  • Inequality in India’s education
  • Everyone’s role in shaping the Indian legal education system.

Eligibility

The webinar is open to all interested participants, students, faculties, lawyers, academic consultants, policymakers.

Mode

The webinar will be conducted online through Google Meet.

Chief Guest and Keynote Speaker

Prof. Arun Diwakar Nath Bajpai, Department of Post-graduate Studies and Research in Economics, Rani Durgavati University, Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh & Former Vice-Chancellor of Himachal Pradesh University, Shimla, Awadhesh Pratap Singh University, Madhya Pradesh and Mahatma Gandhi Chitrakoot Gramodaya Vishwavidhyalaya Chitrakoot, Madhya Pradesh.

Resource Person: Dr. Shampa Dev, Associate Professor, and Academic Coordinator, School of Law, Christ Deemed to be University, Bengaluru, Karnataka

Registration Details

Interested participants can register through this link.

Fee Details

The webinar is free and no fee is required to attend.

Important Dates

  • Last Date of Registration: 6th February 2021 11:59 P.M.
  • Date of event: 7th February 2021
  • Time of event: 11:00 A.M

Contact Information

e-Mail ID: iilsseminar2021[at]gmail.com

Ms. Arpita Mitra, (Seminar Convener)

Assistant Professor of Law, IILS.

Phone Number: +91-6296903441

Mr. Shashikant Saurav, (Seminar Co-convener)

Assistant Professor of Law, IILS

Phone Number: +91-6296903475

Find the Official Brochure here.

Click here to join the webinar.

 

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