Parth J. Shah is Founder President of the Centre for Civil Society. CCS advances social change through public policy. Their work in education, livelihood, and policy training promotes choice and accountability across the private and public sectors. To translate policy into practice, CCS engages with policy and opinion leaders through research, pilot projects and advocacy. Continue reading
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 1999 and from the very beginning; it was in my mind to embrace the academics only. It is also evident from this fact that I never joined litigation. After completing my Masters in Law in the year 2005 from Aligarh Muslim University, I joined the Meerut University in August, 2005 as a lecturer in Law. In the year 2007 I switched to faculty of Law, Subharti University, Meerut and again in 2013 to the Department of Law Aligarh Muslim University, Murshidabad Centre. Continue reading
Interviewer: Surendra Kumar, Campus Ambassador, LexQuest.
- How long have you been in this profession?
In the year 1975, I completed my Law and started practice with D.D. Thakur.He motivated me to join academics. I still remember once he told me that “You are made for law” and then in the year 1977 after 2 years of practice I started teaching in Jammu University. It has been 40 years since I have been in this profession. Continue reading
Interviewer: Shreya Shikha, Campus Ambassador, LexQuest.
Name: Mr Peter Ladis F
Name of the Organization: Chanakya National Law University, Patna
Designation: Assistant Professor of Law
Since how long have you been in this profession?
Answer: Six years and six months. Continue reading
Interviewer: Tarunika Rajesh, Campus Ambassador and Research Intern, LexQuest.
Interview with Student, Law College Dehradun.
Anjan Prasad Sahu.
Age -19 years.
Course: B.B.A LL.B., 2nd YEAR
Being from Manipur, Anjan recounts his experiences that he has been a part of due to his ethnicity/race. He becomes very emotional during this conversation which forces us to think that we are a part of a society that does not view people from the North-east as Indians. This interview is a firsthand personal account of the discrimination that people from the North east India face and experience.
- Anjan, have you experienced any backlash for your ethnicity before?
There is a reason for everything. The Hate-crimes committed against the North-Eastern people reflect a reality that many Non North-easterners would not take seriously. Continue reading
Interviewer: Damini Bisht, Campus Ambassador, LexQuest.
Hello Madam/Sir. Tell us about yourself and what inspires you?
Myself Neha, an assistant professor in a private college affiliated to IP university.
What inspires me!
Well, everyone inspires me in some or other ways.. I get inspired to live life to the fullest with whaterever I have when I see a mentally ill person. I get inspired by knowing the life story of great leaders, martyrs, and revolutionaries. I get inspiration to live freely by seeing the birds up in the sky, I get inspiration to live a peaceful life when I see great rivers and oceans, I get inspiration to be a lively and pure person when I see sun and moon respectively, I get inspired by the fearless and innocent smiles of the children, altruistic attitudes of the saints, sacrificing and tolerant attitude of parents, strength of soldiers, hard work of ants and other insects, and the hopeful side of life from cacoon and butterfly…. In short, everything which I have seen in my life has inspired me in some or other way. 🙂 Continue reading