KU’s School of Law starts lectures on Research Methodology

KU’s School of Law starts lectures on Research Methodology
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Srinagar, June 20: School of Law, Kashmir University, on has started a series of lectures on Research Methodology to enlighten students via virtual mode.

During this weekly programme which began on Saturday, the experts will engage scholars about the various methods and approaches to socio-legal research.

The lectures are being organized by Internship and Placement Cell of School of Law, KU, with special focus on students pursuing Masters of Law (LLM).

The series of lecture began with Dr Farrukh Faheem Institute of Kashmir Studies, KU, delivering lecture on the philosophical foundations of research. He also threw light on the value and importance of ‘Review of Literature.’

Speaking at the sidelines of the event, Chairman Internship and Placement Cell, School of Law, KU, Dr Mohammad Yasin Wani told Greater Kashmir that the object behind organizing the series of lectures is to enlighten the students about the theoretical and practical aspects of doing research at a Masters level.

Dr Wani added that research must be construed as an action and it is translation of knowledge into action.

“The main purpose is to provide students with comprehensive introduction and understanding to the methodological and structural requirements of research and a Ph.D projects,” he added.

Head of Department, School of Law, KU, Prof Beauty Banday said that ongoing lectures will cover a wide range of practical and theoretical issues relative to the students’ ability to successfully conduct research in law and various related disciplines at a Ph.D level.

She said that ongoing lectures are meant to impart professional ethics of research among students and to encourage them for conducting qualitative field research.

“It will include encouraging scholars for adopting international standards to grasp law research theories and skills in order to continue with their own independent research,” she said.

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