Outerspace treaties and liabilities

A special lecture on "Outer Space Treaties and Liabilities" was organized for the students. The Speaker of the session was Dr. Malay Adhikari, Assistant Professor, SRM University. He is an eminent academician and hold a PHD in space law from JNU, Delhi. The speaker discussed about the origin and development of space programmes all over the world especially in India. He demarcated the space law into cold and hot base on the commercial exploitation. He highlighted the importance of non- anthropocentric activities in space law. He explained about the difference between absolute and simple liability for state parties in respect to the claims involving the objects launched into outerspace. The interactive session was concluded with discussion on dispute settlement, claims commission and current developments in Space law.

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Research Design

The special lecture was delivered by Ms. Maria Joseph, Assistant Professor, SRM University, Kattankulathur, Chennai. The guest speaker introduced the concept of legal research methods followed by a comprehensive insight into thw process of conducting an effective research. This was followed by enumerating the different types of research designs and their implication. The session was interactive as students actively paricipated in the dscussion and clarified their queries with the resource person.

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Cyber crimes

A special lecture on “Cyber Crimes” was conducted by Mrs. Tamilarasi Babu., Legal Advisor.,CBCID. In the first section, she covered the concept of cyberspace, cyber crime and its types- crime against person, against property, against organisation. She concluded with the data related crimes with case study.

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Principles of Law of Evidence

As a part of our curriculum, guest lecture have been conducted for the subject - Principles of Law of Evidences” by Lecturer Mr. AROKIYAM, he mainly focused on importance of evidence and role played by it, also the lecturer elaborated about the concept ofAdmission and Confession and also focused on admissibility of evidences under Indian Evidence Act....

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First Saveetha Law and Inter-disciplinary Annual Research Summit (STAR Summit 2019) was organised by Saveetha School of Law from 24th January to 26th January, 2019.

The event witnessed high participation from Students and Faculties across the length and breadth of the country sharing their knowledge and legalease.

The inaugural ceremony started on 24th January, 2019 at 9 a.m with lighting of the lamp by the Chief Guest, Mr. M Sesha Sai Mechineni, Honorary Consul general, Seychelles, The Guest of Honour, Mr. YSR Murthy, Registrar, O.P Jindal Global University, Director of Academics, SIMATS, Dr. Deepak Nallaswamy, and Dr. Asha Sundaram, Principal, SSL.

The keynote address was delivered by Dr. Deepak Nallaswamy, who talked in depth about the necessity of legal research and the presentation skills for law students and expressed his desire to witness the transformation this event can bring to the students. It was followed by a motivation speech by Mr. M Sesha Sai Mechineni, who emphasised the importance of having a fourfold approach in life namely “to be strong in conviction, think out of the box, love unconditionally and stay positive even in testing time”. Mr. YSR Murthy appreciated the efforts of students and faculties for organising such a jubilant sharing of knowledge and gathering a diverse conglomeration of academicians. Dr. Asha Sundaram delivered the vote of thanks and the inauguration ceremony followed by enthusiastic poster presentations by SSL students and evaluation by Peer and other college academicians.

The second day of Star summit was blessed with the presence of Hon’ble Justice Thiru. K. Raviraja pandian, former Judge,Madras HC who graciously accepted our invitation and agreed to preside over the morning session. His highness recapitulate the relevance of research for a law student and appreciated the efforts of all the stakeholders in bringing positive changes in the realm of legal education.

Mr. Amar Prasad Reddy, Director General - National Cyber Safety and Security  Standards  a noted Cyber Analyst presided over the valedictory function. He talked in length about the perils of social media wreaking havoc in youth’s life. He addressed the issues of data privacy in the light of social media and the problem of youth and women being soft targets for cyber bullying and stalking.

The summit helped the students to explore themselves in various research arenas and presentation. All Students presented two posters each and made minimum five presentations in these three days. All these presentations were evaluated by external faculty evaluators and peer evaluators from different colleges such as Villupuram Law College, School of Excellence (SOEL), St. Peter’s Institute of Higher Education and Research, S.R.M. School of Law, SNGCLS, VIT School of Law,  Rajalakshmi Engineering College, Chennai National College etc. Nearly 300 evaluators from different institutions selected best 50 papers each day. The summit came to an end with the valedictory ceremony, during which 150 best E-Poster Presentations were awarded with certificate, medal and a trophy by the Chief Guest of the day Dr. Amar Prasad Reddy, Director of Academics – Dr. Deepak Nallaswamy and Dr. Asha Sundaram, Principal SSL .

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RTI and its procedures

A special lecture on “ RTI and its procedures ” was conducted by Ms. Dhivya Lakshmi., Advocate at madras Hight Court and Cuddalore District Court. In the first section, she covered the necessity of Right to Information and its Salient features, roles, Public information officers and how to file RTI application- disposal, request, fees and exemptions. She concluded with the Authorities excluded from providing Information.

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Information in Fiduciary capacity and its Disclosure under RTI Act, 2005

A special lecture on “Information in Fiduciary capacity and its Disclosure under RTI Act, 2005” was conducted by R.Gayathri., Guest Faculty at Government Law College, Pudupakkam. In the first section, she covered the necessity of Right to Information and its Salient features, role of Information Officers, Third party Information, Disclosure and non Disclosure and how to file RTI application. She concluded with the impact of Right to Information Act in justice delivery system

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Company law and Practice

A guest lecture was conducted by P.Vibishnavi, Advocate, High Court of Madras. She delivered a lecture on the topic "Company Law - An overview". She focused on the changing dimension of company law and corporate social responsibility. It is Interactive and useful.

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Financial Planning and Controlling

Resource Person for the session was Mr. Mohammed Adnan V. L., Director, Stalwart Infusion. He has more six years of academic and industrial experience. He is involved in share trading activities for the past 4 years and now he is renowned independent trader. The resource person gave an introduction towards importance of financial planning and controlling. He insisted that investment plays a vital role in financial planning. The resource person clearly explained about share trading. With his practical exposure in share trading, the resource person has ignited the students in the field of share trading. He clearly explained the basics of share trading from opening a DEMAT account to real time trading. The lecture also covered the topics related to fluctuations in trading, trading charts, and problems in share trading. The resource person also motivated the students to be part of share trading but with caution.  It was an informative and interactive session for the students towards financial planning and controlling. The students were able to understand the concepts with the help of real time share trading terminals.

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A Special lecture taken by Jayavigneshwari Advocate. She elaborated the factories act and explained the provisions relating to employees privileges availed in factories for workers. She made interactive sessions with students by asking questions. 

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Damages and the remedies

A special Lecture was conducted by Miss. V.Aishwarya, Practicing Advocate at the honourable High Court of Madras. She delivered a lecture on the topic "Damages", she interacted with the students and shared about her experience. She also covered the major aspects of damages and injunction with respect to legal procedure. As a part of discussion she explained the basic concepts like contact and agreement. The essential part of the lecture she explained how to draft contract document and how to enter into an agreement she also explained the legal proceedings if any disputes arises in the matter of Damages and compensation. And finally she explained how to register the contract document and gave an awareness about the witnesses and stamp duties. Students attended the lecture and interacted with the guest faculty and benefitted through this Lecture.

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Recruitment & Selection Process

we conducted a special lecture for the students, on the topic is Recruitment & selection process. Dr.M.Vetrivel, Associate Professor, department of commerce, Vels university, Chennai delivered the lecture. This lecture mainly focused for organization in recruitment process included IT, FMGC, automobile,& Services Industry, etc… . He was explain the how to conduct recruitment & selection process through on campus or off campus. He also covered different industry and consultant recruitment methods (Based on the commission & Non commission) . He also explains the different types training methods for employees.   He is giving more practical & corporate examples.

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The special lecture was delivered by Mr S.ASHOK KUMAR, GUEST FACULTY . Chennai Dr Ambedkar Goverment Law college,chennai in the subject Law of Evidence. He explained about the topic "admissibility and in admissibality of evidence". He generally discussed about meaning and definition of evidence under Indian evidence act. He shortly discussed about kinds of evidence with suitable case laws and examples. And then he gave detailed explanation about admission and then discussed about confession in Indian evidence act. The session was more intresting and students were actively listening to the guest lecture. He explained clearly about whether confession made to police officer is valid or not and in what manner the confessin of accused is admissible in Indian Evidence act. Finally he concluded the session with case laws.

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