3rd AMITY NATIONAL FACULTY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME [Online] by Amity Law School, Lucknow [June 21-27]: Register by June 15

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About the Organizer

Amity University Lucknow Campus (AULC) is a constituent unit of Amity University, Uttar Pradesh & it was established in the year 2004 with the sole objective to impart research & innovation-driven education in the region.

The 40-acre state-of-the-art campus is a fine blend of global education, training & research within an academic ambiance. With the latest teaching methodologies, AULC offers UGC recognized Undergraduate & Postgraduate courses in multiple disciplines.

Brief about the Event:

The Faculty Development Programme (FDP) is a 7- day event that is marked by a series of lecture sessions on topics of legal education and teaching methodology and its importance in the country and beyond. It aims to provide a platform for academicians in diverse legal where the program enables them to learn from experts and undertake value addition to their knowledge and teaching methodology.

Sub Themes for the Event

  1. Recent issues and challenges related to legal education and teaching methodology adopted/faced in COVID 19 era.
  2. Contemporary development and enforcement of new paradigm in legal education in India after the execution of New Education Policy, 2020.
  3. Second generation Education System: A discriminatory policy in terms of rural students?
  4. Challenges in the execution New paradigm in legal education and teaching methodology by the law institutions in terms of Industry visits and practical learning during the pandemic.
  5. The efforts and initiatives by United Nations and international organizations in enhancing legal education.
  6. The changing dimensions of Right to Education under New Education Policy, 2020 of India.
  7. The New Education Policy, 2020 and Right to Information.
  8. Enhanced qualitative and quantitative values in Legal Research and evaluation under New Education Policy, 2020
  9. The changing dynamics in the field of Intellectual Property Rights with respect to New Education Policy, 2020.
  10. The importance of digital infrastructure in the wake of the pandemic and as envisaged under the NEP.
  11. The future of the Gross Enrollment Ratio under the NEP and the challenges ahead.
  12. The change that inter-disciplinary education in law schools will bring following the implementation of the NEP.
  13. The extent and nature of impact to legal education vis a vis NEP.
  14. The transformative nature of Artificial Intelligence in disseminating effective legal education.
  15. Introduction of empirical legal research in the development of legal courses to offer a holistic environment ‘
  16. The need to rope in legal professionals such as advocates in the legal education sector.

Learning Outcomes

  • Developing organizational skills.
  • Expanding knowledge of new issues in teaching and learning.
  • Sharpening intellectual abilities.
  • Meeting online people with interest in varied backgrounds.
  • Learning about the value of multilateral discussions.

Whom All can Participate

It is designed especially for-

  1. Law teachers working in various universities, colleges, and professional institutes.
  2. Research scholars and
  3. Other legal professionals.

Session Plan

  1. Two sessions per day.
  2. Each session shall be for 1.5 hours.
  3. The sessions shall be held on Zoom.

Certificate of Participation

A certificate of participation shall be issued to all the participants who would have attended all the sessions. will be issued to those who participate themselves.

Rules and Regulations:

  1. The registration shall only be completed, once the registration form has been duly submitted.
  2. At the end of all the sessions, it is mandatory to submit an MCQ which shall be comprised of the questions from all the lectures.
  3. The participants must attend all the sessions of Faculty Development Programmes. Otherwise, the participation certificate will not be awarded.

Registration Fee and the Mode of Payment

  1. The registration form has to be filled on this link https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfe2FNaf983-t-ShMh5p8JRMCBuIbMhiJrwF9NVOilw3ryRpQ/viewform
  2. Rs. 500/- per person and is non-refundable.
  3. All the necessary communication shall be done through [email protected] or the contact persons.
  4. The registration fee shall be paid through an online transaction to the Amity account.
  5. The Last date for Registration is 15th June 2021.

Account Details

Bank Name: Axis Bank Ltd


Account Number: 053010100284066

IFSC Code: UTIB0000053

Bank Address: Main Branch, Hazratganj, Lucknow, 226001

Phone Number: 0522-4152000

Organising Committee


  • Hon’ble Dr. Ashok K. Chauhan

Founder President,

Amity University.


  • Hon’ble Dr. Aseem Chauhan

Chairman and Chancellor,

Amity University.


  • Prof. (Dr.) Balvinder Shukla


Amity University Uttar Pradesh.

  • Prof. (Dr.) Sunil Dhaneshwar

Pro Vice-Chancellor,

Amity University Uttar Pradesh (Lucknow Campus).


  • Prof. (Dr.) J. P. Yadav

Chairman, Faculty Development Programme,

Director, Amity Law School.

Amity Law School, Lucknow.


  • Dr. Tapan Chandola

Associate Professor,

Amity Law School, Lucknow.

+91 98186 01249

  • Ms. Jyotsna Singh

Assistant Professor,

Amity Law School, Lucknow.

+91 8874462278


  • Dr. Axita Shrivastava

Assistant Professor,

Amity Law School, Lucknow.

+91 96968 42489

  • Ayushi Kushwaha

Assistant Professor,

Amity Law School, Lucknow.

+91 95541 01062


Rahul- 8960376698

Kushagra Tiwari- 8299331294


Yash Tiwari- 7800617777

Maryam Beg- 7523842896


Ishita Shukla – 9565693239





Prof. Kamal Jeet Singh is is the Vice-Chancellor, Madhusudan Law University and presently working as a member of the Himachal Pradesh Private Educational Institutions Regulatory Commission. He has 27 years of teaching experience and authored 2 books. He Has Successfully Guided 17 Ph.D. scholars and 100 LLM students.




Prof. (Dr.) S. Shanthakumar is the Vice, Gujarat National Law University with about 27 years of teaching experience at prestigious universities including Hidayatullah National Law University. Before joining the legal academia, he had practiced at the Madras High Court for seven years. Recently he was elected to represent South and West Asia at the IUCN Academy of Environmental Law. Currently, he is the Chair of Environmental Law Study Group of the International Association of Law Schools and a Member of the Teaching and Capacity Building Committee of the IUCN Academy of Environmental Law. He is also serving as the Country Focal Point for India for the Asian Development Bank project on Environment and Climate Change Law.



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