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School of Law

The School of Law offers BA LLB (5 Years Integrated) & BBA LLB (5 Years Integrated) Degree programs spread over ten semesters. The curricula is designed and oriented to impart contemporary legal knowledge, acts, legal procedures, apart from integrating the modern technology enabled systems, processes and procedures in the process of imparting an optimal blend of teachings in Indian laws as well as international laws.

The School of law shall be focussing on integration the laws of India as well as international laws which have a bearing on various domain areas including business, international trade and other areas as well. The teaching learning process at the School of Law is aimed at imparting an optimal blend of knowledge and skills to apply them in the real world with a focus on promoting and delivering multi-disciplinary inquiry and practical appreciation of problems. The pedagogy at School of Law will be an optimal integration of Lectures, Moot Courts, Cases, Case Studies, Judgment Review & Analysis, Projects, and Assignments etc. The courses may be taught by two or more faculty members under a module leader to facilitate the academic delivery by professional/s and/or academician/s having proven competencies and experience in different domain areas of law and allied areas.

The interactive session between the faculty member and the students will provide a highly motivating and lively learning environment conducive to very high standards of teaching and learning in participative mode leveraging the knowledge and experience of faculty member as well as students during the peer group learning.

The teaching is facilitated by the module leader by providing a detailed teaching plan including the details about the text book, reference materials, course outline, teaching plan in the form of a module handbook, including assignments, cases etc. The module handbook also consists of various case studies, lecture notes, research papers, judgments and judicial reviews of various courts, reports, and allied content.

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Call for Applications - AURO School of Law

The School of Law, AURO University, invites applications for faculty positions in the humanities and social sciences. AURO University (Surat) is deeply committed to values-based education, drawing on the philosophy of Sri Aurobindo. It has excellent infrastructure and a core team that is focused on taking innovative approaches to hiring faculty, developing curricula and building real world linkages.

Applicants should demonstrate a strong record of research and teaching in one or more of the following disciplines: History, Economics, Political Science, English, Economics, Sociology, Anthropology and Psychology. A postgraduate degree in the relevant discipline is an essential qualification; a PhD is a desirable one.

The AURO approach to the teaching of humanities courses in the Law School is problem-based. Towards this end, we encourage interested applicants to design courses that are centred around a theme or problem, to be explored through the course. The problem could be approached from across various disciplines, or from within a discipline. Thus, courses offered could be inter-disciplinary or disciplinary. What is important is that they try to address a problem or theme creatively.

For example, a course could be designed around the problem of property. Property is a core subject in the law, and covers issues like inheritance, intellectual property rights, etc. A social science course may approach this topic by inquiring into questions such as: Do all cultures, across all times, demonstrate a relationship of property or ownership, towards nature and / or other human beings? How does traditional village society in India organise property relationships? In a village in India, what resources (say a well, a temple) are privately owned and what are commonly owned or shared by the whole community? How do these traditional practices and ideas of access/ ownership in the village community come into conflict with the modern state's discourse of equal access to public goods and resources? Thus, we may approach the question of property through different routes (History, Culture Studies, Political Science, Sociology and Philosophy), within one course.

If you are interested in being part of this unique teaching and research endeavor, please send in a copy of your CV and a course outline to Dr. Lakshmi Arya at

We appreciate courses designed with creativity and academic rigour. We look forward to hearing from you by March 31, 2017!

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