Since childhood, all of the injustices of this world have left a bothering impression on me. I
have always wanted to be capable of making a difference by means of helping different
people all around me in finding the right way to succeed in the maze of life. I believe that
Law serves as the bedrock of society, allowing people to keep societal order, thus having a
great impact on the lives of people.
Because of having developed such a fascination with the field of Law, I have become more interested in pursuing a career which will offer me the opportunity of growing intellectually, making myself a better person.
I have also realised that learning and studying at a higher level institution is very efficient when it comes to achieving my goal so as to develop and progress in the specific career that I really wish for. And I achieved this goal by getting admission at Campus Law Centre, University of Delhi.
Here, I believe that I will have a wonderful chance to meet people from various places, thus gain new experiences, and ultimately become a person who is independent. I understand the level of effort and work needed in order to obtain a law degree, but I am sure that I am determined and ready to accept all new challenges placed on me. I also believe that I have the right mindset and ambition to sustain different challenges, thus becoming successful in this path that I would like to take.
Even though I am still young. I have no problems dealing with what reality is offering because I have always been exposed to living standards that are quite challenging.
In the Indian Penal Code of 1860, which was based on the British law, consensual sex was not considered an offence, even without a matrimonial relationship. On the other hand, sexual activity b...
In the Indian Penal Code of 1860, which was based on the British law, consensual sex was not co...