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Tezpur University lays stress on exploring innovative methods in legal teaching

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HT Correspondent

TEZPUR, May 14: The department of law in collaboration with the Malaviya Mission Teacher Training Centre (MMTTC) of the Tezpur University has organised a day-long national workshop on ‘Pedagogy in Law’.

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The workshop held on Monday brought together esteemed legal scholars and educators from across the country to deliberate on contemporary pedagogical practices in the field of law.

Srikrishna Deva Rao, vice chancellor of the Hyderabad NALSAR University of Law delivered the first lecture of the workshop. He explained the importance of exploring innovative methods of legal teaching that involve venturing beyond traditional pedagogical approaches to engage students in dynamic and interactive learning experiences. He further said that by embracing innovation in legal teaching, educators can inspire a new generation of legal professionals in the coveted domain of Law.

Addressing as the chief guest, Shambhu Nath Singh, vice chancellor of Tezpur University said that the theme of the workshop highlights the crucial role of effective teaching methodologies in legal education.

“Innovative approaches to teaching law are possible through integrating technology into classrooms and incorporating interdisciplinary perspectives into our curriculum,” Singh said.

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Speaking on the occasion Farheena Danta, dean of humanities and social sciences of Tezpur University said that such workshops offer a platform to refine teaching techniques, adapt to evolving educational trends and ultimately enhance instruction quality. For students pursuing their LL.M and aspiring to become educators themselves, this workshop is of utmost importance, the Dean said.

The other notable speakers at the workshop included Debasis Poddar of National Law University and Judicial Academy, who delivered a talk on interdisciplinary perspectives in legal pedagogy and Anu Mehra, faculty of law of the Delhi University, who discussed on understanding student assessment and feedback. Earlier, Madhumita Acharjee, head of the department of law and Akhilesh Kumar, director of MMTTC shared their expertise and experiences in leveraging pedagogy to create engaging and impactful learning experiences for law students.

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