Dialogue on how Regulation and Social Sciences are related

As aspect of its Virtual Conclave for Job Steering 2021, the SRM Institute of Science and Engineering (SRMIST), in association with The Hindu Team, hosted a webinar on ‘Interdisciplinary connections in between Regulation and Humanities’ on Friday. The session, moderated by Yashasvini Rajeshwar, saw speakers explore the means in which Legislation and the Social Sciences are connected, the character of this inter-disciplinarity and the possibilities it presents.

Pointing out that there has been a go from common to extra esoteric tactics, Sridhar Krishnaswami, Deputy Dean and Professor, Office of Journalism and Mass Conversation, College of Science and Humanities, SRMIST, explained: “We need to have fusion and that is why interdisciplinary programs are the desired alternative nowadays. We need to have dreamers who will deliver in this lively alter.”

V.M. Kannan, advocate at the Supreme Courtroom, emphasised that a person simply cannot examine law only to come to be a law firm. Law is an mental discipline that allows you imagine and create with logic, he said. “Law does not exist on its have. Humanities precedes the regulation and is all about altering tradition, and consequently the interdependence.”

Professor Gurudath Anantharamaiah Chilkunda, Dean, School of Regulation, SRMIST, stated lawful schooling in India has become extremely expert. “Law is becoming hooked up to other levels like BA LLB (Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Regulation), B.Com LLB (Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Regulation), B.Sc LLB (Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Legislation), BBA LLB (Bachelor of Business enterprise Administration and Bachelor of Regulation), and B.Tech LLB (Bachelor of Technological innovation and Bachelor of Legislation) —making it an beautiful alternative for college students.”

The session finished with the speakers fielding questions from the viewers. Perspective it at http://little bit.ly/SRMISTTHYT1