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On the occasion of ‘Human Rights Day, 2019’, Department of Forensic Science, Jain university, Bengaluru in collaboration with Hon’ble Karnataka State Minorities Commission and Antarkranti-NGO for Prisoners’ Reformation and Rehabilitaion by DJJS had organised an interactive learning session. The theme under Human Rights was “Protection of Human Rights – way ahead”.

Antarkranti at Jain University, Bengaluru on the occasion of Human Rights Day, 2019

Around 200 B.Sc. Forensic Science students and 20 faculty members attended the program

Antarkranti at Jain University, Bengaluru on the occasion of Human Rights Day, 2019

The program began with a welcome note by Jay Dutt Bhatt, Advocate & Visiting Faculty Jain University. Following which, a talk on the theme was given by Hon'ble Chairman Abdul Azeez, Chairman, Karnataka State Minorities Commision. He explained how religion plays an important role in protecting human rights. We should realise the values of brotherhood and humanity. These religious values are directly aligned with our human rights.

Thereafter, DJJS representative Sadhvi Nishanka Bharti was called upon to further enlighten the audience. She shed light on various topics like Human Rights in Indian Context, Root cause of Human right violations and Concept of Brahmgyan. She highlighted how human rights protection demands transformation of human mindset to adopt inclusivity and equality which can be done through the superior faculty of soul, through the divine knowledge of Brahm Gyan. Accompanied by videos displaying initiatives by Anatarkranti, she explained how the concept of bramhgyan is being applied at Antarkranti to successfully reform prisoners into socially responsible and independent citizens. This thought-provoking session touched the intellectual cum rational chords of the attendees and motivated them towards Brahm Gyan- the eternal science of Self-Realisation.

Sri Laxman Murthy ji, Sr. Advocate appreciated the role of spirituality and Indian values in his lecture after this. He then explained the laws on Human Rights in detail.

Post the session, informal discussions took place over High Tea with Guest, Faculty members and Organisers. They appreciated the various endeavours of DJJS towards their vision “From Self-Awakening to Global Peace” . Copies of  the book 'Reformed turn Reformers'  were gifted to the Guests.

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