ConQuest: India’s premiere national quiz on the Indian Constitution, History and Politics is CLPR’s annual flagship event. It is aims to have students engage with India’s rich constitutional and political history in a fun yet rigorous way. This post provides a brief overview of all ConQuest editions since 2016.
The Bangalore Chapter of the National Constitution Society hosted a film screening and discussion on…
On 23rd November, the Centre for Law and Policy Research (CLPR) will organize the First National Constitution…
NCS Convention 2018 | Prompt 2 for Student Delegates of the National Constitution Society Convention. Aditya Nigam’s ‘For a Radical Social Democracy’
Student Delegates for the National Constitution Society (NCS) Convention 2018 will be engaging in a series of online discussions prior to the Convention on 23rd November. Prompt 1 on Illaiah Shepherd’s ‘Where are the Shudras?’
The Centre for Law and Policy Research has selected 32 students to be Student Delegates at the NCS Convention 2018. Thank you to all those who applied.
Agenda for the National Constitution Society Convention 2018. The National Constitution Society is a network of Constitution societies in colleges/universities across India, initiated by the Centre for Law and Policy Research.
On 23rd, January 2013 the Justice Verma Committee on amendments to Criminal Law, was constituted to look into possible amendments of the Criminal Law to provide for quicker trial and enhanced punishment for criminals committing sexual assault of extreme nature against women. It was constituted a few days after the brutal gang rape in Dehli on December 16, 2012. The urgency of the matter impelled the Committee to undertake the performance of the assigned task within the short span of 30 days, so the Committee has been facilitated in the task by an overwhelming response to the Public Notice, an oral consultation with the women’s social action groups and experts in the field.