Anjali Bhatt is a legal professional with a notable academic background and a deep interest in corporate laws. She holds double graduation degrees in business administration and Bachelor of Laws (BBA LL.B) with a specialization in Corporate Laws from the renowned University of Petroleum and Energy Studies in Dehradun. Anjali further enhanced her expertise by pursuing a Master of Laws (LL.M) with a specialization in Business Laws from the prestigious National Law School of India University in Bangalore.
In 2018, Anjali Bhatt successfully qualified the UGC-NET examination, demonstrating her dedication and knowledge in the field of legal academia. Currently pursuing a Ph.D. in Law from UPES Dehradun, Anjali specializes in the fascinating intersection of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) and Artificial Intelligence (AI), with a research focus on exploring the effective utilization of AI in dispute resolution.
Anjali Bhatt, a passionate educator, firmly believes in the power of project-based learning and interactive lecture sessions to foster a dynamic and engaging classroom environment. Her teaching philosophy revolves around equipping students with practical skills and knowledge through hands-on experiences. Anjali understands that students learn best when they are actively involved in their own education. Hence, she incorporates project-based learning tools into her assignment pedagogy, allowing students to apply theoretical concepts to real-world scenarios. This approach encourages critical thinking, problem-solving, and collaboration, enabling students to develop a deeper understanding of the subject matter.
Additionally, Anjali conducts lecture-based interactive sessions, where she creates a supportive and participatory environment. She encourages students to ask questions, engage in discussions, and share their perspectives, fostering a sense of ownership and active learning. By combining project-based learning and interactive lectures, Anjali aims to cultivate a student-centered learning environment that empowers students to become independent thinkers, lifelong learners, and successful