The guest lecture-cum-workshop by Mr. Tushar Saxena was a successful event organized by Maharishi Law School on 2 February 2024. The coordination of the event was well-managed by Prof. (Dr.) K.B. Asthana (Dean, MLS) and Dr. Amita Rathi (Dy. Dean, MLS).
The event was attended by students, researchers, and teachers who came together to gather knowledge and exchange ideas and information regarding the differences between Bharatiya Sakshya Sanhita, 2023, and the Indian Evidence Act, 1872.
The primary objective of the workshop was to analyze and compare the significant differences between the Bhartiya Sakshya Sanhita, 2023, and the Indian Evidence Act, 1872. Participants delved into the provisions and scope of both acts, focusing on aspects such as the admissibility of evidence, burden of proof, and rules for presenting evidence in court.
Through interactive discussions and case studies, attendees gained a comprehensive understanding of how these two acts differ in their approach, applicability, and impact on the legal system. The implications of the Bhartiya Sakshya Sanhita, 2023, in the context of modern legal practices were also explored.
During the lecture, Mr. Tushar Saxena provided valuable insights into the evolution of evidence laws in India and the potential implications of the new Bhartiya Sakshya Sanhita. Participants had the opportunity to enhance their knowledge of these acts and develop their legal writing skills accordingly.
Overall, the event was a great success in terms of providing a platform for learning, exchanging ideas, and gaining a deeper understanding of the differences between the Bhartiya Sakshya Sanhita, 2023, and the Indian Evidence Act, 1872.