Centennial Celebration: Faculty of Law concludes successful National Conference on Indian Knowledge System in Legal Education.

New Delhi, India - April 20, 2024: The valedictory session of the National Conference on Implementation of Indian Knowledge System (IKS) in Contemporary Legal Education, organized by the Faculty of Law, University of Delhi in collaboration with the Bhartiya Bhasha Abhiyan, concluded on a high note at the Moot Court Hall of Umang Bhawan.

Prof. (Dr.) Anju Vali Tikoo, Head and Dean of the Faculty of Law, University of Delhi, extended a warm welcome to all attendees, expressing pride in the college's pioneering efforts in implementing the Indian Knowledge System. She congratulated the participants for their contributions to the success of the conference and urged the professors to continue their collaborative efforts. She vouched for many such events in the 100th-year celebration of the Faculty of Law.

The session featured esteemed speakers, including:

Hon’ble Mr. Justice Pradeep Kumar Srivastava, Former Judge of Allahabad High Court and Chairman of the Uttar Pradesh State Law Commission, who commended the Faculty of Law for its initiative and lauded its significance.

Prof. (Dr.) Shrinivasa Varakhedi, Vice-Chancellor of Central Sanskrit University, New Delhi, who provided valuable insights into the integration of Sanskrit and legal education.

Shri Vikramjit Banerjee, Additional Solicitor General of India, who delivered a keynote address highlighting the importance of incorporating traditional knowledge systems into contemporary legal practices.

Prof. (Dr.) Shri Prakash Singh, Director of South Campus, University of Delhi, delivered the presidential address, emphasizing the conference's significance in advancing legal education.

Dr. Vikesh Ram Tripathi, Organizing Secretary of the conference, expressed gratitude to all participants, guests, and organizers for their valuable contributions, as curtains were drawn with the rendition of the National Anthem followed by a high tea.

The National Conference on Implementation of Indian Knowledge System in Contemporary Legal Education served as a platform for meaningful dialogue and collaboration, reaffirming the Faculty of Law, University of Delhi's commitment to advancing legal education rooted in traditional Indian wisdom.

About the Conference: The mega conference had ten technical sessions on different subthemes where as many as 123 researchers from different parts of the country presented their papers. These technical sessions were chaired by eminent legal luminaries of the country.
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