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About SRDC


GNLU recognizes the significance of synergizing research and teaching, in furtherance of which its academic initiatives are structured with a focus on research-based teaching. Students are not only taught nuances of existing literature but are also encouraged to undertake research in order to find solutions and add to the existing literature. The Student Research Development Council (SRDC) is formed to imbibe in students a culture of interdisciplinary research on relevant contemporary issues. The SRDC brings a fresh, proactive and creative perspective while finding solutions to existing challenges. The University has created this platform for research by the students, of the students and for the students with attractive recognition and credits towards developing the research culture amongst the students. With the help of SRDC, students can research on contemporary issues of law which will go on to add to the present structure of knowledge ultimately serving to the needs of the society.

  • To promote interest in research activities amongst GNLU students;
  • To facilitate skill development for high-quality research and policy making;
  • To engage students in research on contemporary issues of law and allied disciplines;
  • To identify, develop and monitor interdisciplinary approaches to contemporary issues.