CT University holds guest lecture on importance of Constitution of India


Guest speaker Dr Arti Puri, CTU Registrar Dr Jagtar Dhiman and others while performing lamp lighting ceremony at CT University.

Ludhiana, December 4, 2018: CT University’s School of Law organised a guest lecture on the importance of Constitution of India in which Dr Arti Puri, expertise in field of Constitutional Law, Associate Professor and Co-ordinator of Law in Punjab University Regional Campus was the keynote speaker.

Welcoming the guests and students, Dr Harsh Sadawarti said that to understand the place where we live is important. For the upcoming lawyers, the knowledge about constitution of India has to be updated and well versed.

Giving session to the budding lawyers, Dr ArtiPuri said, “Forty-one years back, the founding fathers set their hands to the Constitution of India. The magnificent edifice as the supreme law of the land has been providing the base and the source for the governance of this country for over forty years now. The three long years of deliberations in the Constituent Assembly demanded both craftsmanship and legal acumen in the matter of framing the fundamental law and the Constitution fathers have exhibited great candour, wisdom, pragmatism and deep understanding of India's multi-faceted problems in making the Constitution.”

Elaborating further, Principal School of Law, Dr Kamaljeet Kaur said that The Constitution, for the first time, introduced universal adult suffrage which brought about a great change in citizen-participation in the democratic process. “The students have gained a lot of knowledge and awareness of their rights/ duties etc as it was an information packed lecture.”

Tuesday, December 4, 2018