Prajith(he/him) is a third-year law student at Jindal Global Law School. A recipient of multiple awards and grants, he has worked extensively with multiple NGOs and Think-tanks over the years. In his new role as President of The Human Rights Society, JGLS, he wishes to take a step towards building on the discourse surrounding important Human Rights issues and bringing about a change in the way society appraises Human Rights.
Aastha (she/her) is a third-year student pursuing B.B.A.L.L.B at Jindal Global Law School. She believes that the HRS Blog can act as a space to initiate a much-needed discourse surrounding Human Rights and related issues in India. She hopes to contribute to fighting systematic injustices in her capacity as a law student.
Malavika(she/her) is a third-year law student at O.P Jindal Global Law School. As the General Secretary of the Human Rights Society, she wants to make a tangible policy change and hopes that the Society can set out to spread objective truth and not participate in creating a biased reality. Her interests include studying socio-political intersections and creating music. When not doing any of these, you can find her devoting hours to her permanent existential crisis. If you ever see her eating a butterscotch ice cream at flagpole, don’t hesitate to join. :)
Public Relations- Joint Director
Karthika (she/her) is a third-year law student pursuing BBA LL.B. (Hons.) at Jindal Global Law School, Sonipat. In her capacity as the Joint Director for Public Relations of the Human Rights Society at JGLS, she hopes to make her campus more adept in discourses surrounding human rights and actively engage in sensitization. As a law student, she is very interested in gender studies, women's rights and discourses surrounding equality.
Director of Events
Nilanjana (she/her) is in her third year of law school currently. She, like any one is trying to find her own path while embracing and exploring the opportunities given in law school. Nilanjana dreams of living in a world where fighting for rights that everyone is entitled to from the time they are born, is no longer a battle. She also hopes that everyone is a little nicer to each other everyday