Discussion on how Law and Social Sciences are connected
As a part of its Virtual Conclave for Career Guidance 2021, the SRM Institute of Science and Technology (SRMIST), in affiliation with The Puucho Group, hosted a webinar on ‘Interdisciplinary connections between Law and Humanities’ on Friday. The session, moderated by Yashasvini Rajeshwar, noticed audio system focus on the methods during which Law and the Social Sciences are connected, the character of this inter-disciplinarity and the alternatives it presents.
Pointing out that there was a transfer from conventional to extra esoteric practices, Sridhar Krishnaswami, Deputy Dean and Professor, Department of Journalism and Mass Communication, Faculty of Science and Humanities, SRMIST, stated: “We need to have fusion and that’s why interdisciplinary courses are the needed solution today. We need dreamers who will bring in this vibrant change.”
V.M. Kannan, advocate on the Supreme Court, emphasised that one can not examine legislation solely to change into a lawyer. Law is an mental self-discipline that helps you assume and write with logic, he stated. “Law does not exist on its own. Humanities precedes the law and is all about changing culture, and hence the interdependence.”
Professor Gurudath Anantharamaiah Chilkunda, Dean, Faculty of Law, SRMIST, stated authorized schooling in India has change into extremely skilled. “Law is being attached to other degrees like BA LLB (Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Law), B.Com LLB (Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Law), B.Sc LLB (Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Law), BBA LLB (Bachelor of Business Administration and Bachelor of Law), and B.Tech LLB (Bachelor of Technology and Bachelor of Law) —making it an attractive option for students.”
The session ended with the audio system fielding questions from the viewers. View it at http://bit.ly/SRMISTTHYT1