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ACADEMIC ACTIVITIES

  • The Department works under Three Forums for its academic and extension activities and one for alumni activity:
  • ACADEMIC FORUM

  • The department has an Academic Forum with Prof. Priti Saxena, as its Chairperson with Dr. Shashi Kumar Dr. Preeti Misra and Dr. Rashida Ather as members. It is meant for arranging seminars, symposiums, workshops and guest lectures. The Forum is also commemorating various days e.g. Law Day, Human Rights Day, AIDS Day & Women Day, Health Day etc., with students participation through debates and speeches. The Department has organised one National Seminar on October, 13-14, 2014 and co-organised one National Seminar on February, 2, 2015, with School for Legal studies
  • LEGAL AID CLINIC

  • The Department has a Legal Aid Clinic with Prof. Priti Saxena as Chairperson, Prof. S.K. Bhatnagar, Dr. Rashida Ather as its members and Dr. Preeti Misra as Coordinator. Mr. Manobhaw Kaushik, Mr. Ajay Alok Avikal Jaiswal and Ms. Shailja Shukla students have been deputed for working days in the Legal Aid Clinic. The Clinic is affiliated with State Legal Services Authority, Lucknow and District Legal Services Authority. The clinic is engaged in promoting human rights and legal literacy among the cross sections of the society. The clinic makes efforts to get in touch with NGOs working in the area of law and human rights. Department Of Human Rights, organised a Legal Aid Clinic, in Village Aurangabad, Jageera, Lucknow, U.P. on 20th November, 2014.
  • WALL MAGAZINE:

  • The Department has a Wall Magzine Committee with Prof. S.K. Bhatnagar as its Chairperson and Prof. Priti Saxena, Mr Mukesh Bharti Research Scholar, Convenor of Committee, Mr Rajeev Kumar Singh, Mr. Munish Swaroop and Taku Maji Research Scholars and Urooz Fatima, P.G. students as members. The efforts of the Committee is to gather the knowledge from all nooks and corners from the legal experts, D.H.R. teachers and students and at the same time to disseminate the same back to the students for their benefit. The purpose of the wall magazine is to come out with new ideas and theories to improve and to add the knowledge. The contribution to this magazine is presently confined to faculty members, research scholars, and students of the DHR. The matter are displayed in four sections on the Wall Magazine-
  • Publication-The publication of abstracts and Research Papers.
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  • Legal Updates-Daily news related to legal issues/ supreme Court judgements published in Newspapers/websites
  • Students’ achievements-information about students winning and participating in various competitions.
  • Information and Guidance- information of career prospects and vacancies in the related field.
  • SMRITI LATIKA:

  • Smriti Latika, a directory which provides a valuable and informative platform for all teachers and students of the department to promote professional links between the department and its alumni. Prof. Priti Saxena, is its Patron, and Mr. Manobhaw Kaushik, Mr. Gaurav Gupta alumni of the department as Editors update the required information, both through print and social media. The Alumni meet of the department is organised on every third Saturday of February each year.
  • VISION

  • It aims at setting up a Center for Socio-Legal Studies to promote the research, documentation, extension, and consultancy services.
  • Department aims to constructively work for ameliorating human rights violations through its Legal Aid Clinic.
  • A Legal Educational Hub is proposed by starting a number of legal,vocational,training institutions for students to develop comprehension in law,justice,governance and human rights through
  • Legal Language Laboratory
  • Advocacy/pleading Skill,
  • Para-legal training,
  • Legal drafting Skill
  • Skill up gradation, Soft skills
  • The Department proposes a Radio Station /Community Radio
  • To disseminate legal awareness
  • To bring justice at door
  • Preparation of teaching material, printing booklets for public distribution, preparing a database of books, reports and monographs on human rights are among the future activities of the Department.
  • In order to fulfill the needs of human rights law teaching and research in future, the Department proposes to develop a documentation Center with the requisite study materials.
  • The Department proposes to invite eminent academicians and experts on human rights issues to deliver Lectures.
  • The Department is very keen to introduce new specialized courses e.g. Intellectual Property Rights, Criminal Law and Studies on Women Empowerment on the availability of faculty members in the coming years.