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 2019, 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.
About KIIT Centre for Constitutional Law Studies and Research
KIIT Centre for Constitutional Law Studies and Research was rooted in 2015 with an objective to promote awareness among students regarding the dynamics of Constitutional Law. The prime interest of the Centre lies in organizing lectures for students in national and inter-college level. The Centre has succeeded in extending its work sphere to doctrinal researches and has also started to concentrate on publishing empirical reports. The five departments, namely Research and Drafting, Blogging, Technical, Public relations and Outreach, elucidate the objectives of the Centre.
About the Webinar
The academic framework of the school has always encouraged the 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 Centre is hosting and organizing a webinar on the topic: 105th Constitutional Amendment Act – An endless saga of tussle of powers between Judiciary and the Executive.
Organized by the Department of Constitutional Law and Administrative Law, KIIT School of Law In Collaboration With KIIT Centre For Constitutional Law Studies and Research.
About the Topic
The 105th Constitutional Amendment Act or the 127th Constitutional Amendment Bill was passed by the Lok Sabha on 10th August 2021, unanimously. This Amendment Act passed by Parliament aims at restoring the power of the States and the Union Territories to make their own OBC list. The Government introduced the bill in the Parliament to clarify some provisions in the 102nd Constitutional Amendment Act to restore the power of the states to identify the backward classes.
The 105th Constitutional Amendment Act is designed to clarify that the State Governments can maintain the ‘state list’ of OBCs as was the system prior to SC judgment. The 105th Constitution Amendment Act has brought ample amount of clarity in the standard operating procedures of functioning of OBC reservation. It is meant to ensure representation and empowerment to the communities that fall in the cracks of development discourse in our country.
About the Speaker
Advocate Ankur Sood is a qualified and registered Advocate on Record of the Supreme Court of India and deals with both Civil as well as Criminal Cases before various Courts and Tribunals in Delhi. He is empanelled with the Delhi High Court Legal Services Committee, Indian Oil Corporation Ltd., EPF Organisation to name a few. Notably he was also a part of Select Group at the Central Vigilance Commission. Before starting out his independent practice, Mr. Sood was an Associate at Amarchand & Mangaldas & Suresh A. Shroff & Co.
Details About The Webinar
Date: 4th September
Time: 5PM to 6PM
Platform: Zoom Meetings
Meeting ID: 817 3223 2421
Head of Centre
Dr. Kyvalya Garikapati, Principle Faculty Coordinator, KIIT CCLSR
Coordinators of Webinar
Yogesh Mishra, Joint Faculty Coordinator, KIIT CCLSR
Dibyangana Das, Student Convenor, KIIT CCLSR
Ayush Verman, Joint Convenor, KIIT CCLSR
Anuja Tripathy, Co-Convenor, KIIT CCLSR
In case of queries, please call on any of the following:
Student Convenor: Dibyangana Das: +91-833-700-9388
Webinar Registration Link (Google form):