Here’s the third and last reason to skip your lecture today: Instructional Videos on the Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881 by none other than Professor H.P. Deshmukh.
As always, the first five videos of the series have been shared below. To see the rest of the series, browse through the options available on the first video:
Professor Deshmukh, as far as we could gather, is based in Pune and is the Academics Director at Navalmal Firodia Law College [D.E.S.], Pune.
Please do leave a comment about his videos at his YouTube page or better – write him an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. That’s the least you can do for such a good Samaritan. Also, don’t forget to mention that you saw it first on Student at Law! Thanks.
Prof. Deshmukh has also uploaded videos on the Criminal Procedure Code and the Indian Penal Code which have been shared in part I and II of this post.
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