The way the Constitution of India is taught in Indian Law Schools is really worrisome, as there is no open space for the students to think clearly about the Constitution of India and discuss contemporary issues!
The questions which are raised by the students during the class hours (and which are generally of great relevance to Constitutional Law and its jurisprudence) are classified as ‘stupid questions’ or are rejected outrightly. On top of that, we are living in such times when the compliance to Constitutional Law and its principles by the various organs of the state is rarely seen. All of this, among other reasons as well, has led to students disliking the subject and the students think the subject is really tough and boring.
The COVID-19 has made campuses go online and the libraries are dearly missed by the students. During the pandemic, many students feel the need to have extra-classes to better understand the concepts and principles of Constitutional Law (I and II).
In light of this, we are starting this initiative wherein we will take students in small batches from different institutions and try to clear their doubts and teach them different concepts/principles related to Constitutional Law and governance. These sessions are not free of cost. It will be conducted twice a week and in total 8 sessions. The sessions will be conducted by Chaitanya Singh, founder, and Editor of Constitutional Renaissance Blog along with some guest speaker(s).
Note: Feedback/testimonials from the previous batches are in the comment session below.
If you are interested, then kindly fill in this form: click here.
Note: There is only one request for all, this is not a normal classroom, please make sure to turn on your cameras and participate. Asking a lot of questions does not show that you are dumb, but it shows that you are willing to learn.