In Conversation with Dr. Mohmmad Ahmad, University of Lucknow

Dr. Ahmad is an Professor at the University of Lucknow
In Conversation with Dr. Mohmmad Ahmad, University of Lucknow

Dr. Mohmmad Ahmad is a Professor at the University of Lucknow, where he has been teaching for the past sixteen years. In this interview conducted by Campus Ambassador Syed Zainul Hasan Rizvi, the professor talks about constitutional law, his own journey as an academic and more.

What is the scope of Law in recent times? Is the constitution a paradise for content writers? Do you agree?

Law is dynamic in nature therefore it's scope keeps on Changing, currently legislations are shifting from analytical approach to socio-capitalist approach. Like USA Judges have started to follow economic principles of law. Constitution is the genesis of all laws in any country, and much people are becoming aware of their fundamental rights these days and their urge to know more and let people know more about it has made it a hot topic among content writers.

Can you please tell us about your law journey and how you came to form an interest in teaching profession? Please also share your experience with online classes.

My journey as a teacher has been very amazing and challenging at the same time. After handling different portfolios, Constitution was the subject I want to dedicate my teaching career.

As far as pandemic situation is concerned, with others it was also something new for me, but teachers have to adapt to changes for the best interest of the students and so did I gradually upgraded myself and got habitual to the online class system.

As Head of the Lucknow University Law Department Placement Cell, can you share how the pandemic has affected placements?

This pandemic situation has affected the working of placement committee a lot. Due to economic crisis no company is willing to upsize it's strength.

How has the Law Department adapted to the pandemic?

Curriculum being fully classroom based this lockdown situation has affected the faculty a lot. Many teachers struggled with the online classes and daily meetings conducted online. But soon we overcame it.

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