Academic administration provides hands-on-experience and exposure to students in the following ways:
School of Law classrooms and lecture halls are well equipped with modern teaching aids like multimedia projectors and computers with Wi-Fi connectivity. The simulated teaching software helps students a visual focus to understand the subjects better.
Guest Lectures and Seminars
Working professionals such as lawyers and eminent judges give guest lectures and conduct seminars to highlight the practice of law. These lectures help students to understand both the theory and the practice of law.
Presentation of arguments and cases is important for a legal professional. Every law firm expects its lawyers to have good presentation skills. Credit based system at Sharda University has made presentation a part of course curriculum.
Case studies are an important part of the learning process. Cases are based on judgments of Indian courts. Students read and discuss case studies in the class or take them home as assignments.
Law Workshops on legal topics provide a platform for deliberation and knowledge sharing.
Visit to various courts
Student visit courts under the Legal Clinics Program to observe the court processes and procedures.
The student-teacher relationship is a fundamental component in the School’s commitment towards its students. We have a student mentoring system where a faculty member provides support to about 20 students under their charge, and advises students on problems regarding studies and academic performance.
Our faculty puts students first by maintaining Sharda’s widely noted traditions of being both well-prepared classroom-teachers on the one hand and approachable and available mentors on the other.
In that regard, we seek to maintain the “open door” as a reality rather than a mere cliché.