LexQuest’s 2nd National Article Writing Competition, 2018

To commemorate the 127th Birth Anniversary year of the Father of our Constitution, Lexquest is initiating a drive, to engage and ideate with you, thereby working in the direction of enriching thoughts and encouraging actions. At the same time, keeping…

Of Privileged Indians: Note from One to the Others

By Adv. Tanya Chandra, Co-Founder, LexQuest. Sometimes, it dawns upon us that being born into privilege of any kind, in an underdeveloped country, changes the course of our priorities, and it is indeed a safety net, hence an escape route…

Reshaping Education: The BRICS Way

By Sandeep G., SASTRA Deemed University, Thanjavur. GDP is the indicator of the economic strength of every Country. Presently, all nations compete with each other to increase their economic strength, by domestically formulating highly feasible economic policies and entering into treaties with…

Interview: Assistant Professor, Aligarh Muslim University, Murshidabad

Interviewer: Hamza Khan, Campus Ambassador, LexQuest. Name: Dr Mohd Arif Designation: Ex-Course Coordinator and Assistant Professor, Department of Law, Aligarh Muslim University, Murshidabad Centre. Q.1- How long have you been engaged in this profession? I took admission in law course in the year…

The DU Photocopying Case: Opening the Floodgates of Open Access in Indian Education

By Somya Pahi Jena, NALSAR, Hyderabad Within the premises of the Delhi School of Economics, is situated Rameshwari Photocopy Services, owned by Dharam Pal Singh. To the unassuming eye, it is an ordinary photocopy shop but over the past few…

Should there be minimum educational qualifications for contesting elections in India?

By Akash Agarwal, Amity Law School, Noida. In a recent case, the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India stayed the New Haryana Panchayat Law i.e. Haryana Panchayati Raj (Amendment) Act, 2015, which prescribed the minimum educational and other qualifications for the candidates contesting…

Indigenous Ranking Framework for Higher Education

By Anshika Juneja, Symbiosis Law College, Pune. Higher Education is defined as, ‘education at universities or similar educational establishments, especially upto the degree level’. The government has unveiled an indigenous ranking framework for higher educational institutions that it believes will give Indian…

Unrecognised Schools: Are they really a problem?

By Siddhant Sharma, Amity Law School, Jaipur. A school is deemed to be unrecognised when it does not fulfill the unrealistic infrastructure requirements and teacher salary scales that the government demands as a prerequisite for recognition. Such schools are unaided by the…