About School of law, KIIT Deemed to be University:

The School of Law, since its establishment in 2007, has been acknowledged and appreciated for providing quality legal education and legal skills training to students drawn from across the nation and abroad. The School is presently ranked 12th in India for 2020, as per the ranking released by the National Institutional Ranking Framework (MHRD, Govt. of India). The Kalinga Institute of Industrial Technology (KIIT), Deemed to be University, has also recently been awarded the Institution of Eminence status by the MHRD, Govt. of India.

The academic framework of the school has always encouraged involvement of its students in curricular and co-curricular development at par with the best Law Schools in India, and in relation to which the School is hosting and organizing a webinar on the topic Panel discussion on Procedure and Significance of Legislative Drafting in India’

Details of the event:

This webinar aims to discuss the procedure and significance of legislative drafting. It aims at Indian experience of drafting a bill and its implementation. The discussion instils to dwell the structure of legislative drafting. To discuss on up and downs of drafting procedure and its successful implementation in society’s changing requirements and situations. Webinar aims at the significance of soft skills, use of appropriate grammar and sentences in legislative drafting. The role of language and its importance in drafting would be explored in this panel discussion.

Procedure of Drafting

Drafting may be defined as the synthesis of law and fact in a language form. The goal of the law is to reduce public suffering to the greatest extent possible, to prevent political and social injustices, and to ensure that everyone is treated fairly. At the national level, the parliament makes these laws, while at the state level the state legislature makes them. Schedule 7 of the Indian Constitution divides power between the central government and state governments. The Union list includes subjects that can only be formulated, changed, and governed by the central government; the state list includes subjects that can only be governed and formulated by the state government; and the concurrent list includes subjects on which both the state and the central government may formulate laws.

Language and Drafting

Legal drafting is a highly in-demand legal skill with proper implementing soft skills. As a legal draftsman the process of superior writing skills is paramount. The usage of correct English with suitable grammar is the most important component for defining a credibility of a lawyer. Editing and review would be the most critical skill while drafting a legal notice, or a contract, or even a police complaint. Editing is nothing but making sure that your write-up is “making sense the way it should”. It’s not just about using the right words, cutting out the grammatical and spelling mistakes, tweaking the sentence structure and even checking the punctuation at the end of a sentence. While those things are important, they are just elementary.

DATE: 3rd APRIL, 2022.


The Conference will be focusing on the following domains:

Procedure and Significance of Legislative drafting: Dr. Reeta Vasishta, Legislative Secretary, Ministry of Law & Justice, Government of India

Language and Dafting: Ms.Aanchal Arya Lifestyle Columnist at Times of India (Shimla, Raipur, Jabalpur, Punjab, Indore) Host/Anchor for Corporate events/ Times Group Teacher Trainer with English Access Micro-Scholarship Program English and Communication Skills Learning Links Foundation, U.S. Embassy.

Each session would be succeeded by a 10 minute Q&A session. 


School of Law, KIIT-DU invites participation from Students of law of 3 years and 5 years course, research scholars, academicians, Advocates and professionals.


The conference is organized in an online mode and the platform intended to be used for the same is zoom.

Registration process:

The participants are requested to register themselves by clicking the registration link below.

Important Dates:

 Deadline for registration- 2nd April 2022, (Till 11:59 P.M)

 Webinar Date- 3rd April 2022, 11:00am- 12:30 pm


Faculty Co-ordinators-

  1. Ms. Zeenat Taher, Faculty Coordinator,

Centre for Study & Research in Legislative Drafting


  1. Mr. Shashank Nande, Faculty Coordinator,

Centre for Study & Research in Legislative Drafting


Student Coordinators:

  1. Aparna Mallik (Covernor)


  1. Sartak Singh (co-convenor)


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