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Jyotish K. Gupta

Assistant Professor, Law

jyotish.gupta@sharda.ac.in

About

Jyotish K. Gupta is currently pursuing a doctoral degree at the University of Delhi in addition to holding the position of Assistant Professor in the School of Law at Sharda University. At Sharda University, he is responsible for instructing students in the areas of Legal Methods, Constitutional Law, and International Law. His primary areas of interest in research are gender equality, issues pertaining to subaltern groups, and the function of the legal system in the evolution of human values. During the time at the University of Delhi earning his LL.B. and LL.M. degrees, he was an active participant in a number of different seminars and conferences that related from human rights. Being a ardent supporter of democratic value, he believes cooperative argumentative dialogues between teacher and students so that student could develop critical thinking on a particular subject. Since he believes law cant survive in isolation, the multi-displinary approaches toward understanding laws are requirement of the time.

Experience
  • 2 Years
Qualification

Pursuing Ph.D from Faculty of Law, University of Delhi on the topic “Flesh Trade: An Attempt to Examine its Impact on Sexual Violence in India” under the guidance and supervision of Professor (Dr.) Vageshwari Deswal

Award & Recognition

  • 2008-09 Participated in Vth K.K. Luthra Memorial National Moot Court
  • 2009-10  Participated in VIth K.K. Luthra Memorial National Moot Court
  • 2010-11 Participated in conference on "Impact of Intellectual property regime in Pharmacy -post 2005" Organized by ASSOCHAM Delhi.

Research

  • FACTORS RESPONSIBLE FOR SOCIAL CHANGES IN INDIA,  2015 (ISSN 2348 5485)
  • PATRIARCHY AND ITS IMPACT ON GENDER RELATIONS, 2015 (ISSN 2348 0076)
  • REMEDIES AGAINST ADMINISTRATIVE DISCRETION, 2016 (ISSN 2348 5485)
  • JUDICIAL REVIEW: THE CONCEPT, ORIGIN AND DEVOLOPMENT, 2015 (ISSN 2348 5485)
  • UNTOUCHABILITY: A CONCERN TOUCHES DALITS, 2016 (ISSN 2348 5590)
  • GENDER JUSTICE TOWARDS HINDU WOMEN: A LEGISLATIVE PERSPECTIVE, 2015 (ISBN 2348 5590)
  • HISTORICAL AND CONSTITUTIONAL ANALYSIS OF SECULARISM IN INDIA, RESEARCH HIGHLIGHT, 2015 (ISSN 2350 0611)

Certifications

  • 2008-09 Participated in Vth K.K. Luthra Memorial National Moot Court
  • 2009-10  Participated in VIth K.K. Luthra Memorial National Moot Court
  • 2010-11 Participated in conference on "Impact of Intellectual property regime in Pharmacy -post 2005"
  • 2010-11 Participated in 'Workshop on Mediation' organized by Delhi Dispute Resolution Society
  • 2012-13 Participated in XXIV Session of UP History Congress and Presented a paper entitled  “Evolution and Brief History of Indian Constitution”
  • 2016-17 Presented paper on the topic of in International Conference at faculty of Law, University of Delhi
  • 2017-18 Participated in National Seminar on the Topic “Changing Narratives in the Dalit Discourse” organized by KR Narayanan Foundation CSD, Delhi University.
  • 2017-18 Participated in session on "Balancing Roles of Three Wings of the State towards India's Development' organized by Law Commission of India.
  • 2021-22 Participated in Faculty Development Programme on “Communication Skills and Personality Development” by Prof. S.D. Sharma.
  • 2021-22 Attended Two Week of Capacity Building Programme on “Access to Justice in Ancient and Medieval India: Revisiting Possibilities and Challenges for Legal Pluralism in 21st Century” Organised by: The Centre for Comparative Public Law in Association with Indian Council of Social Science Research (ICSSR), New Delhi (July 16 to July 29, 2022)

Area of Interest

  • Jurisprudence
  • Constitutional Law
  • International Law
  • Political Science
  • Criminology
  • Gender Justice.