Ph. D in LawNorth Eastern Hill University
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The course proposes to accomplish the above objectives through a multi-pronged strategy which will involve:
* Multi-disciplinary enquiry and practical appreciation of problems through the use of class lectures, extension lectures, discussions, case-method of study, simulations such as moot courts and mock-trials, project assignments, field-work and court visits;
* Co-operative teaching where two or more teachers offer a course and jointly interact with the same class particularly to facilitate multi-disciplinary analysis of legal problems;
* Use of syndicate/group studies where a group may be asked to carry out a project through all its stages, basically to develop qualities of leadership, team spirit, cooperation, adjustment and accommodation;
* Preparation and use of reading material containing the course outlines, teaching plan, reading list and study material consisting of decisions of the courts, articles and excerpts from books, journals and reports.