GUEST LECTURE ON INDIAN CONSTITUTION AND INDIAN PENAL CODE

School of Law, CHRIST (Deemed to be University), Pune Lavasa Campus, organised a Guest Lecture on “Indian Constitution and Indian Penal Code” by Prof K C Sunny, Hon’ble Vice-Chancellor of National University of Advanced Legal Studies Kochi on 17th May 2022 for BA LLB and BBA LLB.


The Guest Lecture on “Indian Constitution and Indian Penal Code” was conducted as part of the Guest Lecture Series on Indian Penal Code. The Guest Lecture was conceptualized by the faculty member Mr Arjun Philip George, Assistant Professor, School of Law, CHRIST (Deemed to be University), Pune Lavasa Campus. The Guest Lecture began at 03:00 PM on Tuesday. The event commenced with a prayer song by Ms Reema Koshy of 6 BBA LLB, Ms Brinda of 6 BA LLB and Ms Devashi of 4 BBA LLB. Dr Pratapsinh Salunke Bhimsen, Coordinator, School of Law, CHRIST (Deemed to be University), Pune, Lavasa Campus delivered the welcome address.

Prof K C Sunny has 30 years of experience as a teacher at Kerala University and the Central University of Kerala out of which 11 years as Professor and 8 years as Dean. After passing the LLM examination with First Rank in the University in 1986 he started his teaching career at Kerala Law Academy and Law College, the institution in which he did LLB and LLM. Later he joined for research with UGC Fellowship and secured PhD. Joined Kerala University Department of Law Karyavattom Campus in 1990. He had published the book “Corrupt practices in Election Law” and more than 45 research papers.17 students, including 2 Foreign Students, successfully completed PhD under his supervision.


He was the international observer in Nepal Constituent Assembly Election 2006 and Bangladesh Parliament Election 2007. He had delivered Lectures at 16 Foreign Universities and had interactive sessions in 6 Foreign Universities including Harvard Law School. He served as the Programme Chair of the International Conference on Law and Public Policy held in Singapore, for 7 Years

The prime focus of the lecture delivered by Prof K C Sunny addressed the conflict between constitutional values envisioned by the Constitution of India and values envisioned by the Indian Penal Code. Professor addressed the moral philosophy of the Constitution of India and the Indian Penal Code. Various landmark judgments of the honourable Supreme Court in this regard were also discussed by the speaker with the audience.


Students of the School of Law actively participated and benefited from the event. In response to the feedback sought from the participants, it was inferred that the majority of the participants were highly satisfied with the lecture. Most of the participants observed that the lecture was highly informative and insightful. The participants suggested organising similar events of interactive nature in future.











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