Mahindra University School of Law organises a great webinar

Mahindra University School of Law organised a webinar on the occasion of 72nd Constitution Day. The topic for the webinar was ’72 years of Constitutional Democracy: Merits and Demerits’

Retired Judge of AP High Court Justice B. Chandrakumar and renowned academician Professor Dr Inukonda Thirumali spoke during the webinar at Mahindra University School of Law.

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Mahindra UniversityDean and Faculty from the School of Law, Mahindra University also addressed the webinar, which was available to students as well as external audience interested in the subject.

Vice chancellor of Mahindra University Dr. Yajulu Medury said they are proud to be a part of a vibrant democracy. Their democracy’s backbone is the constitution, said Vice chancellor of Mahindra University.

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What better way to celebrate democracy than a discussion of the constitutional aspects of it! We at Mahindra University are happy to indulge in a meaningful discourse on constitution organized by the Centre for Constitutional Studies under the aegis of Mahindra University School of Law, he said.

Justice B. Chandrakumar speaking at the webinar at Mahindra University School of Law said Indian citizens could vote out the then Government in power in 1977, when all other constitutional safeguards failed to check the mismanagement of power under the proclaimed National Emergency rule.

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Mahindra UniversityHe further said that Constitution is an incredible safeguarding document depending on who is handling it? He advised law students to understand the power of law as a weapon to judiciously help the people, who are deprived of justice.

Justice Kumar exhorted the need for strengthening the constitutional institution and the abiding system to ensure that the fundamental rights of the citizens are solidly in place.

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Professor Inukonda Thirumali speaking at the webinar at Mahindra University School of said about the strength of democracy within the Indian Constitution.

He explained how the the nation-state emerged from the functioning of the Constitution, which was preceded by the different phases of nationalism during the Independence movement.

Mahindra UniversityProfessor Thirumali also threw light on the fact that how and what the Indians demanded for and drafted their own Constitution. Professor Madabhushi Sridhar Acharyulu, Dean of School of Law at Mahindra University gave concluding remarks.

The Constitution of India is the basis of all governance in India, be it the rights or duties of citizen, or the basic political framework, structure and powers, or the duties of the Government institutions, he said.

All of these are explained in detail in the longest written constitution of any country. It is the collective responsibility of each one of us as individuals, as well as the political, executive and legislative branches to follow the constitution not just in letter but in spirit, he said.

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It is when the constitution is not adhered to by any branch that the skirmishes or breakdowns of system creep in, said Professor Madabhushi Sridhar Acharyulu.

Mahindra UniversityAbout Mahindra University School of Law
Set up in 2021, Mahindra University School of Law (MU-SoL) started with offering two academic programs in law – the five-year integrated BA LL.B. and BBA LL.B. initially.

Dr. Sridhar Achayulu, ex- Central Information Commissioner and a renowned legal luminary, is the Dean of School of Law.

About Mahindra University

Mahindra University, headquartered in Hyderabad (India) is a multi-disciplinary university. It works towards “Educating future citizens for and of a better world” and is envisioned to be a private University that will play a significant role in driving quality improvements and innovation in higher learning space in the coming years.

Mahindra University will focus on generating new knowledge through engagement in cutting-edge research and create a spirit of innovation and entrepreneurship through collaborative projects with industry and other academic institutions.

Mahindra Ecole Centrale, operational since 2014, was subsumed into Mahindra University and runs B.Tech., M.Tech and Ph.D. programs under its newly christened Ecole Centrale School of Engineering in partnership with the Group of Ecole Centrale (GEC) institutions in France.

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Mahindra UniversityIn 2021, the university launched the School of Management, Indira Mahindra School of Education and School of Law. These will be followed by the launch of School of Media & Liberal Arts in 2022.

Mahindra University is sponsored by Mahindra Educational Institutions (MEI), a subsidiary of Tech Mahindra Ltd., the flagship IT company of the Mahindra Group, a US $19.4 billion industrial entity that employs in excess of 2,56,000 employees across 100 countries.

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