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Accredited in 'A++' grade with a score 3.60 on a four point scale by NAAC

Ashwini Kumar Pendyala

I have studied in various schools situated in rural, semi-urban and urban areas. This perambulatory education gave me the chance to observe various sections of society, understand and empathise with peoples emotions, and the real problems faced in their lives.This exposure got me to reflect on questions of, Justice, Equality, Necessity and Freedom. In order to inform my understanding I chose Jurisprudence as my masters specialisation.
During my LLM I submitted research projects drawing from Bentham, Kant, Hobbes, Locke, Rousseau and Marx. My study has got me to endorse Rousseau's views that inequality is not authorised by natural law. Inequality hinders men and woman from reaching their potential.I believe that freedom without fulfilling basic necessities is a farce and a call for freedom is nothing but liberating people from necessity.I believe that it is the obligation of the State to provide for basic necessities.
My interest in these areas led me to organise Law and Poverty Clinic Course surveys on Primary Health Care, Mother and Child Health Care, Child Nutrition, Education, Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act, Housing for poor, Alcoholism and Poverty etc. enjoy reading books, watching movies and soft music.


LL.B (Kakaitya University) Post Graduate Diploma in Taxation and Insurance Law (Osmania University, Hyderabad). LL.M (NALSAR) UGC NET.

I am interested in questions surrounding Law and Poverty and the relation between freedom necessity and insurance.

I have presented a paper at the National Conference on "Legal Education in 21st Century: Challenges, Concerns and Reforms" held on 28th January 2017 organised by VIT School of Law, VIT University, Chennai Campus. The paper was published in the journal "Legal Education in 21st Century: Challenges, Concerns and Reforms" published by VIT Univesity.


1) M K Nambyar SAARC Law Centre and the Centre for Constitutional Law, Public Policy and Governance, NALSAR university of Law organised a one week course on Comparative Constitutional Law Perspectives from November 21-26, 2016 in the Video Conference Hall. Worked as panel member in various sessions.

2) Participated in CME (Continuing Medical Education) on “THOTA- Transplantation of Human Organ and Tissue Act” on 21st April,2018 and was a speaker and awarded  two credit hours by “ Telangana State Medical Council”.

3) CRPF (Central Reserve Police Force, Government of India) organised a workshop on Nirbhaya Act on 17th and 18th April, 2018. He was a speaker in the workshop.

4) Indian Society of Organ Transplantation organised 29th Annual Conference on 4th-7th October, 2018. He was invited as a speaker to the Pre-Conference  CME focusing on the  legal aspects of Transplantation. 

Courses Taught: Law and Poverty, Modern Insurance Law,  Civil Procedure Code and Law of Limitation, Transfer of Property, Ancient Greek Jurisprudence and Its Relevance to Modern Society, Law Justice in Globalising World,Justice Theories, Judicial Responsive Management ( MBA),Clinic Courses :Registration Act, Stamp Act and Court Fees Act and Law and Poverty Clinic.

Mobile No:   +91 8978904908

Email: diknag2007@gmail.com