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“PERMANENT PASSENGERS” – Can Self-Driving Cars Realize the Concept?

Imagine you need to reach somewhere, you get into your car and either type in or speak up the location’s detail and your car drives you to it, all on its own while you rest, read, sleep; watch a movie in the backseat, etc. Self-Driving Vehicle (cars, buses, trucks, etc. which operates autonomously without human intervention while following each and every traffic rule safely and efficiently) is clearly an elusive concept till today. In spite of so many claims by the world’s leading Giants in the automotive field, we are yet to experience driverless transportation at the public level around us. Guardian predicted in 2015 that we will be “Permanent Backseat Drivers” by 2020. Many declarations were made, indicating the introduction of millions of driverless cars by 2020. These predictions were backed by Automotive Giants like General Motors, Tesla, Honda, Toyota, Google’s Waymo, etc. but we still don’t see anything revolutionary improvement happening in this direction….or Do we? This article will discuss briefly Self driving Cars: Leading developers, concept, technology, reality, and future.

Shoshana Zuboff, an American author, scholar and former Professor at Harvard Business School, claimed almost three decades ago that:

“Everything that can be automated will be automated”

It is only now that we came to see how precisely she predicted future technology. With everything being automated how can the automobile sector have fallen behind? With the introduction of the concept: Autonomous navigation- as early as in 1920, some practical projects were presented in the 1980s that were judged to be very promising. Since then, almost every automotive Megacorp has been working with utmost dedication to realize the concept of “Self-Driving Vehicles”. Google’s WAYMO division and General Motors’ CRUISE division are two names that are much more serious than others like Tesla, Fiat Chrysler, Honda, Uber, Volvo, Ford, Nuro, Zoox, Argo, Jaguar, etc. , in the field of Autonomous public vehicles. According to an article by Kelsey Piper titled “It’s 2020. Where are our self-driving cars?”, WAYMO drove around 1.2 million miles in 2018 alone with a total distance traveled is more than 20 million miles of the driverless journey. CRUISE also competes closely with around half a million miles driven per year and improving. Though we have not yet achieved a concrete breakthrough in this field Engineering teams are putting in extraordinary efforts to fulfill their vision of Autonomous Navigation.

Read Also: Mechanical Engineering: Why and How?

Now let us delve more into the technology and concept of driverless navigation. Essentially, general automobile designs incorporate sensors and soft wares based on Artificial Intelligence and computer numerical control to navigate, control, and drive the vehicle safely on roads. These vehicles are capable of generating a personal map of their surroundings by using sensors or an array of sensors based on RADAR technology, LASER beam technology, high powered cameras, SONARS, etc. The inputs obtained through these sensors are then fed to the controlling software that plots the actual path for the vehicle and provides commands to different actuators. Actuators are the Electro-Mechanical elements that control different vehicle operations like breaking, accelerating, steering, etc. Algorithms or Rule base dealing with Target acquisition, obstacle avoidance, predictive modeling, and ‘Smart’ object discrimination helps the vehicle to navigate safely through the traffic. Another feature of ‘Connected’ vehicles is quite famous nowadays in this era of ‘Internet of Things’ in which one vehicle is able to communicate with other vehicles/s. Mechatronics plays an important role there. B. Tech in Mechanical engineering with specialization in Mechatronics and Machine learning is required for the clarification of the concept of self-driving cars.

At this juncture, we need to know the levels of Autonomy present and our achieved level. Engineering Researchers and data researches have given 6 levels on which Autonomy is described. Level ‘0’ indicates manual driving and no automation at all. Level ‘1’ highlights a single function being controlled at a time like automatic breaking or Cruise control along with the presence of a human for safe driving. Level ‘2’ also needs a human for most of the driving but with at least 2 functions being controlled at a time like acceleration and steering. Level ‘3’ autonomous vehicles drive by themselves for a certain period but it’s required for a human to take over under critical situations. Level ‘4’ vehicles will drive completely on their own in certain pre-defined driving scenarios. At last, level ‘5’ indicates the apex of Autonomy in which the vehicle is completely capable of driving under every possible situation. As of now, we are freely using level ‘3’ vehicles with great success, level ‘4’ vehicles are under testing phase and engineers are facing legal and safety issues and it is being foretold that they will be released for public use soon. Level ‘5’ vehicles are still a concept only and a lot more years are required for mechanical and computer science engineers to roll on the roads.

There are many levels at which this technology will impact our society. Innovation and creativity are required for the wellbeing and upliftment of society. It all comes through practice and SGT University organizes SYNERGY Techfest every year to promote technical skills and creativity through multidisciplinary projects. Safety, help to elderly or differently-abled people, efficient use of fuel and less wear and tear of automotive parts, cheaper options for people who don’t own cars, etc. are some pros of Self-Driven cars. But there are always risks involved with any new technology that embarks. In this case, the main concerns are replacing human drivers (unemployment), safety from hackers, an increase in consumption of fuels due to an increase in miles driven, legal and federal laws formulation to govern the working of Autonomous vehicles, etc. Nowadays AIML (Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning) is the required track with all the branches of engineering. SGT University offers B.Tech in Mechanical Engineering with mechatronics and machine learning. After a critical analysis of the merits and demerits, we can come to a general solution that any new technology comes with its dangers but we always work out ways to refine it and mold it to our benefit. At last, it will be unjust not to mention that Artificial Intelligence technology is the most important factor on which the Self-Driven cars rely upon. With the recent advancements in AI, we are getting closer and closer to our goal of fully automating everything around us (Whatever benefits us). Due to the fact that driving on our roads with high reliability is still a tedious and complex task for present AI tools, many of us have developed skeptical thinking towards the success or applicability of this technology. But recent advancements in AI technology have promised a slow but steady pace of improvement in the Autonomous navigation arena. Therefore in spite of many skeptics doubting the success of this technology, one thing is clear that technology will always find a way to improve, impact, and change our way of living.

Monika Deshwal
Assistant Professor
Mechanical Engineering Department
SGT University

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What You Should Know About Cancer And Its Treatment

Introduction of Cancer

Cancer is a disease caused by an uncontrolled growth or division of abnormal cells in any part of the body. Cancer can be almost anywhere in the body, which is made up of trillions of cells. Normally, human cells grow and divide to form new abnormal cells as the body needs them. When cells grow rapidly and old or become damaged, they die, and new cells can take their place.

When cancer starts, however, this orderly process gets breaks down. As cells become more and more abnormal, old or damaged cells can survive when they should die, and new cells form when they are not needed by the human body. These abnormal extra cells can divide without stopping and may form tumors.

Differences between Cancer Cells and Normal Cells

Cancer cells are different from normal cells in several ways that allow them to grow out of control and become invasive. One of the important differences is that cancer cells are less specialized than normal cells. That is, whereas normal cells mature into very different cell types with specific functions, cancer cells do not. This is one reason that, unlike normal cells of the body, cancer cells continue to divide without stopping.


Some people with cancer are given only one treatment. But most people have a combination of treatments, such as surgery with chemotherapy and/or radiation therapy. We may also have different therapies like immunotherapy, targeted therapy, or hormone therapy. Clinical trials might also be an option for us.

Cancer treatments may be used as:

  • Primary treatment. Primary treatment is to completely remove cancer from the body or kill all the cancer cells.

Any cancer treatment can be used as a primary treatment, but the most common primary cancer treatment for the most common types of cancer is a surgical procedure. If cancer is particularly sensitive to radiation therapy or chemotherapy, one of these therapies can opt as your primary treatment.

  • Adjuvant treatment. The purpose of adjuvant therapy is to kill any cancer cells that may remain after primary treatment to reduce the chances that cancer will recur.

Many cancer treatments can be used as adjuvant therapy. Common adjuvant therapies include chemotherapy, radiation therapy, and hormone therapy.

Neoadjuvant therapy is similar, but treatments are used before the primary treatment in order to make the primary treatment easier or more effective.

  • Palliative treatment. Palliative treatments may help to treat the side effects of treatment or signs and symptoms caused by cancer itself. Surgery, radiation, chemotherapy, and hormone therapy can all be used to relieve symptoms. Other medications may relieve symptoms such as pain and shortness of breath.

Palliative treatment can be used at the same time as other treatments intended to cure your cancer.

Dr. Nitin Kumar
Associate Professor
SGT College of Pharmacy
SGT University, Gurugram

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SGT University – Faculty of Fashion & Design Industry Exposure

Industrial Lecture /Training is an official program that is offered by an employer to potential employees or the students of the University. The modern concept of an internship has evolved from various companies, where a skilled designer or skilled staff of the company can teach the students about the designing concepts & latest trends of the industry which is related to the textile and fashion world.

Faculty of Fashion & Design from SGT University has a connection with various industries to provide the lecture and internship programmes for the Bachelor of Design, Master of Design, and MBA Degree of students. Also provides the technical lecture/ learning about various types of the work process which is related to the industry. The technical experts from the industry provide a regular weekly lecture in the classroom & teach the students about various processes in a theoretical term that are practiced in industry. They teach the students about various processes from buying to marketing the products including various types of manufacturing & designing techniques. Students get knowledge about the working process in textile and fashion or other industries. Students clarify the work from industry to industry working process. They are very much beneficial for the students during study time to get a better job opportunity after the study. During the industrial lecture, students found the knowledge of the sequence of work. How to develop a product or garment in the garment industry. Material procurements from suppliers & quality inspection of the fabrics of the raw material received from the suppliers, Buying process for buying houses or import of raw material from the outside countries Learning about various types of fabric processing or coloring, dying stitching, pattern making, packing, sampling, final inspection of the finished product Merchandising or marketing of the finished products for company’s business growth.

Apart from this faculty of Fashion & Design provides student’s industrial tours/trips of various types of industry for practical knowledge. An industry visit and Education trip play an important role in student learning programmes. Season break and also during the season, students visit the different types of industries like the textile and fashion industry. Where students gain knowledge about fabric or garment development process. In education, a trip student knows about the leather making process, how to develop a leather product like garments and Accessories. Also, take a piece of knowledge about the tie and dye method of dyeing or printing on different types of fabric or Garments.

Exploring is an important part of the college experience, and training is a great way for fashion designing students to aware of themselves with the fashion designing field they are interested in. Some students begin study in fashion designing course with a major or career path in mind and end up changing their minds later on.

The designing concepts of fashion designing students receive during the internship is invaluable and cannot be achievable in a classroom setting, making this one of the most important benefits of internships. Trainees have a good opportunity to apply their knowledge to real work experiences, witnessing first-hand the day-to-day job duties they can expect to encounter in the fashion designing field. Richa International exports Pvt. Ltd, Orient Craft LTD, the, etc industry where SGT students complete their internship programmes In addition to learning the specialized skills of a fashion design field, transferable skills such as communication, teamwork, and computer proficiency are also obtained in industrial training, fully preparing trainee to enter the workforce upon graduation.

Students can learn many more about their strengths and weaknesses during the training. Training allows for feedback from best fashion designers and other skilled persons who are established in the designing field and offer a unique learning opportunity that you may not have again as a working adult. Learn from the mistakes students make as a trainee and the many things that you won’t know. Students can ask questions, observe, and take risks to get the most out of their internship training experience.

Training allows students to test out specific techniques learned in the classroom before entering the working world. It’s an opportunity to apply what they have learned in a safe environment where mistakes are expected – rather than learn the hard way in their first job out of college. One of the most important training benefits is that fashion designing college graduates who already have some work experience in the form of training stand out to potential employers.

Mrs. Nishi Sharma
Assistant Professor
SGT University

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Community Service by Faculty of Fashion & Design – SGT University

The skill enhancement program brings the village people to the modern equipped laboratories at SGT University in which they can explore the various equipment for a better understanding of the specific topic. By outreaching to the laboratories of SGT University, community people could be able to understand the difference between the quality work which is only possible with the working on well-equipped equipment and machinery. In this manner, their lifestyle is uplift and fulfilling their basic needs wherever required.

Skill development mission has been established in 2018 by the faculty of fashion & Design of SGT University with an aim to empower women to take part in the economic and all-around the growth of the rural areas. The mission is a single point of contact within the university to formulate and steer skill development schemes across the department. SGT acts as an integrated mission that combines the efforts of various village women in achieving the skill development target of the state. The mission also has an entrepreneurship scheme which is currently being implemented through village women. Equipped with a team of professionals and cutting edge training teachers, course program is implemented with the vision of developing futuristic knowledge, skills, and hence gaining the employment or becoming a successful entrepreneur.

  • Short Term Training Course Guidelines

The Short Term Training course for village women of Budhera (District) imparted at Garment Construction Lab in Faculty of Fashion & Design is expected to benefit candidates of the village who are either school/college dropouts or unemployed. Apart from providing training according to the Skills Qualification Framework shall also impart training in Entrepreneurship. Duration of the training time various assignments given to the students for successful competition and candidates shall be provided complete instruction of course by training teacher. Under the entire training time, all the equipment and tools are provided by the Department. They have to pay only registration fee 250 Rupees for the entire course. The time duration of the short term training course is 3 months and the classes conducted for 2 Hours in 2 Days of a week that is on Thursday and Friday. The course will provide the syllabus in which is covered in 3 Months by training teacher.

SGT, University is having the thought process to support the village area. In this regard, SGT is facilitating the females of nearby communities of Budhera (district) to learn the Skill on embroidery, Surface Ornamentation, Construction, Patternmaking, etc. This skill enhancement program provides the females to understand the new kind of techniques which would lead their lifestyle into employability. The dissemination of knowledge to the community females regarding various types of stitches used in embroidery along with information on the type of fabric to be used for specific embroidery i.e. fabric identification empowered them to create products such as a handkerchief. Various orders were also assured for the application of given knowledge so that they can apply it on a variety of products such as garments like Kurti, blouse, lengha, western dresses,  men’s wear garments, and the lifestyle products for their home.

The trained females could be able to earn the money and resultantly support their family financially. In this way, their self-confidence will definitely boost up, and later on, they could be able to sell their products.

  • Objectives of the course

The objective of this course is to encourage and promote skill development for the women throughout the village by aligning itself with the common norms guidelines. The scheme also needs to be aligned to complement the missions of the university. Specifically, the course aims to enable and mobilize a large number of females to take up industry designed quality skill training, become employable, and earn their livelihood. Increase productivity of the existing workforce, and align skill training with the actual needs of the village women. Encourage standardization of the Certification process and put in place the foundation for creating a registry of skills.

  • Enrollments, Training, and Curriculum

Training would be imparted as per the skill development qualification framework. It is mandatory for the candidates to have an Aadhaar ID during the enrollment process. The candidates must fill their all personal details in the given registration form by the university. The model curriculum and content for the respective qualification packs and the training hours will be as per the qualification file approved under university norms. It is mandatory for the candidates to maintain 70% attendance to be eligible to appear in the assessments. As per the approved model curriculum, candidates would also undergo entrepreneurship and financial literacy modules during their training. The system of recording the candidate’s attendance through the attendance register system would be made mandatory. All candidates have to be provided the course curriculum booklet along with the Induction kit.

Ms. Geetanjali Solanki
Academic Associate
SGT University

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The COVID-19 Lockdown Period and the Faculty of Law: A Report Card

The Covid-19 Pandemic forced Universities across the world as well as in India to suspend on-campus teaching and learning and shift to online classes. Online teaching and learning is an ideal method as it enforces social distancing and physical distancing to resist the spread of the epidemic. As soon as the Covid-19 crisis broke out in India, SGT University shifted to the online mode from Mid –March and as such remained unaffected by the extended national lockdown until now. The faculty members of the Faculty of Law started giving lectures online (on Zoom, Webex, etc). Study materials and assignments were shared on Google Class Room for the finished topics.  During the transitional period,  there were some technical glitches, but soon, both, the students, as well as the faculty members of the Faculty of Law, adapted to the online mode at ease.  As the online mode allows innovative methods of teaching with the help of technology and online tools, the teachers have been very enthusiastic about delivering their lectures by using the available online tools. As a consequence, the students have found it very convenient to access lectures, study materials, and assignments.  Even a shy or reticent student has participated in the class discussion with teachers through online mode by using chat options. There is a sense of feel-good factor among the students as they have been kept busy through this lockdown period with the scholastic activities, instead of sitting idle.

Shubhangee Sinha, a first-year student of BA., LLB  explains the merits of the online mode classes by saying that “I have been taking the online classes of the  Faculty of Law on Zoom every day ever since the lockdown happened due to the Corona outbreak. The student continued saying that, “The online classes are interesting because the teachers are helping me to understand the concept better with the help of different pedagogic tools available online”.

Nayan Dhari Singh, a first-year student highlights the advantages of online classes by stating that, “I appreciate the Faculty of Law for opting the online mode in the alarming situation like COVID-19…… I found the lectures very interesting because we all tend to lose our concentration while a lecture is going on in the regular classroom but in the case of online mode, I  could review my teacher’s lecture at any point in time by rewinding the audio or video of the lecture”.

Rohan Yadav, a first-year student says,I have been hooked up to  Zoom for a couple of hours to join the online lectures during this lockdown period. It is a novel initiative of the Faculty of Law to complete the syllabus on time.  I have been kept tight by the faculty members with assignments and study materials throughout this break”

However, some students faced problems because of poor internet connectivity and audio issues. Vanshika Sharma, a first-year student points out that the issue of internet connectivity is a key challenge for most students as “many students have the 1GB or 2GB daily data plans on their phones — not everyone has WiFi at home — and they have to manage classes on that” which becomes difficult. In general, the online classes were well-received and attended by the students.

Apart from online classes, the students were informed about the availability of diverse online study materials related to their course work in various platforms so that they could access those materials.  For example, the students can avail of a Massive Open Online Course (MOOCs) of the National Law University of Delhi. The online materials of e-PG Pathshala, SWAYAM, the National Project on Technology Enhanced Learning (NPTEL), National Knowledge Network, (NKN), and National Academic Depository (NAD) can be accessed by the students. Further, the students were asked to register for free online courses of more than 3,800 courses and 400 specializations being offered by Coursera until July 31, 2020.

In addition to this,  the online Mid-Sem Test was conducted from 8th April to 14th April 2020 to evaluate the academic progress of the students.  Further,  as there is a surge of webinars in this crisis period, the students of the Faculty of Law have been asked to attend virtual talks or panel discussions or conversations about the different dimensions of law. They were asked to enroll for online internships to enhance their professional skills as well as to enrich their profile as they have lots of time at their disposal now. The faculty members have been consistently informing the students about such activities regularly. The Faculty of Law recently organized an online legal quiz for the students in which the students participated in large numbers.

 In a nutshell, the academic activities were kept at its pace as planned in the academic calendar at the Faculty of Law despite the unprecedented health crisis that has unfolded. The online classes are off as the syllabus has been through now.  Yet,  the faculty members are in touch with their respective classes to clear doubts of the students and provide them updates about the academic events. The students are preparing for the forthcoming end semester exam with full confidence and are looking forward to a brighter next academic year.

Dr. Mahalingam M
Associate Professor
Faculty of Law
SGT University

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How to Get T.H.I.N.G.S Done!

A lot of people think being productive is just being able to do the work assigned within a deadline. However, productivity is about creating a balance between work and personal life. It’s also about how much time a person takes out in a day for herself/himself along with contributing to the effectiveness in each task. It is about overall satisfaction with oneself. Here are some tips to help you get there:

Top Three Extrinsic Tips:

  • Set clear goals: it is important to know what is important and why is it important. Always write a to-do list. It helps to get a clear view of the things we need to do. Then divide your tasks into high, medium and low priority tasks. You can color-code your tasks. Try and avoid colors like red to write high priority tasks as that may evoke feelings of stress and
  • Note your progress: aim to complete only high priority tasks. If you can do medium priority tasks-great and if you happen to complete low priority tasks as well-then it’s a BONUS!
  • Spot the hindrances: it could be that time of the day, could be the place you study at or could also be the people around you. Take no more than 10 seconds to amend the same because self-care is NOT selfish!

Top Three Intrinsic Tips:

  • Perspective Change: try and look at things as they can be as opposed to seeing things as they are. Visualizing can add value to everything and can help you be more positive. E.g. “Why try, there is no use.” < insert visualization> “Let’s try, there is a possibility of success.”
  • Small steps: you need not reach 0 to100 at one go. Remember, the first step, even a small one is the most crucial. Journeys cannot be completed until the journey is started! Action defeats fear. Your confidence is like a gem. If you don’t polish it regularly, it will stay buried. Remove the dirt of self-doubt and let your potential shine!
  • Refocus: In between work and deadlines, it is important to take out time for yourself. Take out time for a hobby or an activity you’ve been delaying for a period of time. Give time to family, friends and social groups as well as yourself. Taking a break in between is always good to refocus your mind and energy.

Franz Kafka once said, “Productivity is being able to do things that you were never able to do before.” I hope you are able to utilize this time of quarantine wisely and gain the rhythm and start working on your goals which you have always desired to!

Saniya Bedi
Research Scholar Faculty of Behavioural Sciences
SGT University, Gurugram
Counseling Psychologist & Career Counsellor

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Tips to Manage Quarantine and Build Memories!

With 2020 coming by, things are taking a turn that no-one expected the new decade to bring by. However, this is also the time to be grateful for what we have and be hopeful that everything should turn out just fine.

With all schools, colleges, and offices being shut, it is an added pressure for all of us as we have to work/study from home or hostels amidst the anxiety related to the wellbeing of self and everyone around us. This time can also prove to be lonely or overwhelming for some of us.

However, with tough times, comes the opportunity to become tougher. Here are some tips that can make this time a tad bit easier and hopefully a lot more memorable:

1. Do follow a routine – Chaos may seem endless and you may feel overwhelmed. However, try and follow a consistent routine. This helps the entire family to understand what is supposed to be done and when. It allows the family members to respect your time as well. For the students staying at the hostel, it may be difficult to pass time or you may realize that time is passing rather quickly with not much being achieved. Following a routine can not only help you achieve your tasks on time but would also help you keep a tab on all your successes as well!

2. Share responsibility – If you are at home, there is a likelihood that your parents are putting in added efforts as the help may have discontinued. It is a good idea to learn to take responsibility! Sit down with all the tasks done by the family members and take charge of some of the tasks if not equally! Try to learn!

3. Try something new with the advent of technology, it’s a great idea to learn something new. This could be a hobby that you have been wanting to take up or alan-damage that you have always wanted to learn. You can also consider setting up a routine with your family members. Maybe Wednesday nights can be dedicated to playing board games and bonding!

4. Get in touch – it’s the most accurate time to get in touch with your friends and family and let them know how much you care for them! Set up some video calls to finish that chit chat session you missed the last time!

5. Self-Care – Many of you may be commuting and spending a lot of time. As now, that time is saved, use this as your self-care time! Maybe start journal writing, gratitude jar, medication, gardening, etc, anything that makes you happy!

6. Gratitude -this can be a time to be grateful to every- one and everything around you. You are blessed to be around people who love you and care for you. It’s a really great time to let them know that you love them!

We as students have the responsibility to take charge of the situation and educate more people around us who may be unaware of their duty of staying home and staying safe.

If you use social media, it’s a good idea to use those platforms for awareness building!

Let’s together deal with this challenge and create an example for the coming generations by practicing what is expected of each one of us. Let’s unite to stand against it by staying away!

Saniya Bedi
Research Scholar Faculty of Behavioural Sciences
SGT University, Gurugram

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An Open House Discussion on Criminalising Marital Rape at the Faculty of Law, SGT University

An Open House Discussion on ‘Criminalising Marital Rape in India’ was organized by‘Legal Manthan’ – An Academic Association of the Students of the Faculty of Law, SGT University on 17th January at the Seminar Hall of the Faculty of Law. Three student panelists from the Faculty of Law presented their papers focusing upon the merits and demerits of criminalizing marital rape. One of the panelists pointed out that the various sections of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) discuss the protection of women against crimes. Still, the crime against women has been increasing as pointed out by the National Crime Record Bureau recently. Further, it was argued that though marital rape is on the rise in our country,   it is not yet criminalized, because of various socio-legal reasons. The papers of the panelists were well received and provoked an intense discussion among the audience which included students and the faculty members. As marital rape is a contentious issue, it was a delight to see the active participation of the students.  The students debated for and against criminalizing marital rape. The pros and cons of the issue were deeply analyzed.

Further, the discussion brought to the fore the procedural lapses and the existing legal ambiguities. It was argued that there should be some legal remedies available to the victims of marital rape. At the same time, men should not become scapegoats because of the criminalization of marital rape. The audience suggested the various guidelines for strengthening the criminalization of marital rape. The probing questions of the students enriched the discussion as well as enhanced knowledge on the chosen theme. It was not only an informative and insightful discussion but also sensitized the students of the Faculty of Law on marital rape. It was well attended by the students and the faculty members respectively. No doubt, it was a candid and engaging discussion by the audience. Given the constructive discussion and interests shown by the students, we have planned open house discussions on contemporary socio-legal issues every fortnight at the Faculty of Law.

Inputs from
Prof.(Dr.)Manjula Batra
Faculty of Law.
SGT University

Dr.Mahalingam M
Associate Professor
Faculty of Law
SGT University

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