TIPS Eminent Lecture Series
TIPS Eminent Lecture Series
Trinity Institute of Professional Studies (TIPS), Dwarka affiliated to G.G.S.I.P.U, organized a lecture under the aegis of IQAC, as a part of ‘TIPS Eminent Guest Lecture Series’ on the subject ‘The Basic Structure Doctrine’ by an eminent academician, Prof. (Dr.) Mahendra Pal Singh, Chair Professor, National Law University, New Delhi. The session began as Dr. K.K.Geetha, Director-cum-Principal; Law Department addressed the gathering, welcoming all guests and faculties. In her speech, she emphasized on the significance of the Basic Structure Doctrine as the foundation of the constitution. She highlighted that recently the Supreme Court of Uganda mentioned how the Basic Structure doctrine evolved in India. Thereafter, the Chief Guest of the event Prof. (Dr.) Mahendra Pal Singh was felicitated with a sapling by Dr. R.K. Tandon, Chairman and was also presented with a memento by Dr. Barkha Bahl, Director and Prof. (Dr.) K.K.Geetha, Director-cum-Principal of Law Department (TIPS). Dr. R.K. Tandon in his address expressed gratitude towards Dr. Mahendra Pal Singh for gracing the event with his presence. He also emphasised on the significance of the Basic Structure Doctrine, by referring to the unchangeable nature of the doctrine stating that “The basic soul of the constitution cannot be changed”. Prof. (Dr.) Mahendra Pal Singh began the lecture by briefly discussing that there are many countries in the world which provide that some of the provisions of their constitution cannot be changed. The amending provision in Article 368 of the Indian Constitution does not have any such exception. There are some cases in which the consent of the state is also needed. He then traced the birth and evolution of the Basic Structure Doctrine beginning with the famous Kesavananda Bharati v. State of Kerala case, when the Supreme Court decided that although constitutional amendments were allowed, the basic structure of the constitution cannot be changed. He went on to discuss the famous Minerva Mills v. Union of India case as it played an important part in strengthening the stance that the amending powers of the parliament were not unlimited. Thus, tracing the evolution of the Basic Structure Doctrine through discussion of various cases, Prof. (Dr.) Mahendra Pal Singh highlighted its various aspects and further described in detail, how the independence of the judiciary also constitutes an important part of it. The lecture was very informative and enriching as it imparted critical insights to everyone present. It was followed by Q and A session which proved to be quite thought provoking for the students as well as the faculty members. The event concluded with a vote of thanks given by Dr. Shashi Bala, Chief Coordinator of Law Department, followed by the national anthem. The session was highly enriching and proved to be quite successful in imparting valuable knowledge to the students.
Trinity Institute of Professional Studies (TIPS), Dwarka affiliated to GGSIPU organized a lecture under the aegis of IQAC, as a part of Eminent Guest Lecture Series on the topic "IoT and Artificial Intelligence" by a renowned academician, Prof. (Dr.) Amit Prakash Singh, USICT, GGSIPU. The session began with the Welcome and felicitation of the Guest with Memento, presented by Dr. Barkha Bahl, Director TIPS and Dr. K. K. Geetha, Principal Law, TIPS. Welcome address was delivered by the Director, TIPS, where she emphasised that the students shall use this golden opportunity to learn from such a distinguished personality. During the lecture Prof.(Dr.) Amit Prakash touched various aspects of AI and its types along with the benefits of integrating it with IoT and the resulting benefits for us. He also mentioned about the Machine Learning (ML), Deep Learning (DL) and its significance in AI development. The entire BCA department participated with full zeal in the session. The lecture was followed by a question and answer session, students were curious to know many things related to the technology. It proved to be quite informative session for the students as well as the faculty members. The event was concluded by a vote of thanks by Dr. Mukta Sharma, HOD, CS & IT Department, TIPS. Later Dr. Prakash met Dr. R.K.Tandon Sir, Chairman, TIPS. Dr. Tandon gave him a sapling and congratulated him for a wonderful session. Overall the session was highly enriching and proved to be quite successful in imparting valuable knowledge related to the topic to everyone present.
Journalism and Mass Communication Department of Trinity Institute of Professional Studies (TIPS), Dwarka functioning under the aegis of KEWS, affiliated to GGSIPU, Delhi organized a special lecture on *Media Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow* as a part of its Eminent Lecture Series by Professor K.G. Suresh, a Senior Journalist, Public Speaker and Communication Specialist. He is the former Director General of IIMC and played a pivotal role in giving a push to language journalism. Prof. Suresh was felicitated by Dr. Barkha Bahl, Director, TIPS and Dr. K.K. Geetha, Principal (Law) with a sapling. Following the felicitation programme, Dr. Barkha Bahl, Director, TIPS welcomed the Guest. She emphasized that the students shall use this golden opportunity to learn from such an eminent personality who has more than 3 decades of experience. Following this, Dr. K.K. Geetha, Principal (Law) took to the dias and talked about how media and law go hand in hand. She also talked about the 200th report of Law Commission focussing upon the issue of media trial and how constitution doesn’t specifically give this freedom to press. It was an interdisciplinary lecture and the topic of the lecture was ‘Media Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow’ where Media was connected to Management, IT, Commerce and Law as well. Students from all disciplines and faculties from all the departments participated in order to gain knowledge as media is the fourth estate of our democracy. Prof. Suresh touched upon all aspects of media and talked about how it has changed, referring to the past and how it will work in the future. He related media with management through entrepreneurship and law through cybercrimes. He did touch upon the relationship of IT with media by talking about the age of convergence i.e. the new media. He also talked about the exposure of media and its impact on different audiences based on their age, gender and perspectives. It was followed by a question and answer session by the students and participants. The event was concluded by a vote of thanks by Prof. Narendra Kaushik, HOD, Department of Journalism and Mass Communication, TIPS.
Trinity Institute of Professional Studies (TIPS) took the initiative to organize ‘TIPS Eminent Lecture Series’ with the inaugural lecture on ‘Enabling Legal Professionals: Emerging Issues and Challenges in Legal Education’. The Chief Guest of the event was Mr. Vikramjit Banerjee, Senior Advocate and Additional Solicitor General, Supreme Court of India. He was felicitated with a sapling and a memento by Dr. R.K. Tandon, Chairman, Dr. Barkha Bahl, Director and Dr. K.K. Geetha, Director-cum-Principal, Law Department. Following the felicitation, the dignitaries proceeded to light the ceremonial lamp. The welcome address was delivered by Dr. K.K. Geetha, Director-cum-Principal, Law Department. Dr. Barkha Bahl, Director also addressed the gathering. Dr. R.K Tandon, Chairman TIPS, in his speech, emphasized on the significance of imbibing moral values in law students while they dealt with litigants. Mr. Vikramjit Banerjee emphasized on the two models of legal education and the need for reforms in legal education and to upgrade the curriculum as per the contemporary social needs along with focus on local language. He has raised three major points in his speech. The significance of staying grounded in the legal profession and equipping lawyers with the reality of people-centric issues as well as the need for having better litigating lawyers with practical skills were some of the issues that he emphasized upon. The lecture was followed by Q and A session which proved to be very informative for the students as well as the faculty members. The event was concluded with a vote of thanks given by Dr. Shashi Bala, followed by the national anthem. The session was highly enriching and proved to be quite successful in imparting valuable knowledge to the students