Prof. (Dr.) Rajiv Kumar Khare
Professor of Law (Consumer Affairs Chair)
Academic Qualification
L.L.M. Specialisation in Constitutional and Administrative Law, [Nagpur University]

He was responsible for educational and personnel administration of Kendriya Vidyalaya and Air Force School. He has been a guest lecturer at the Madhya Pradesh Academy of Administration to State Civil Servants and Revenue Officers.

He has presented papers at various seminars including: "Plant Variety Protection: Evolving Models and Rights of Farmers and Breeders" at an international Seminar on Human Rights to health, TRIPs and its Impact on Pharmaceutical Industry and in India, organized by NLIU in collaboration with the Govt. of Madhya Pradesh (Deptt. Of Health and Family Welfare) in March 2000; "Trial of Rape Victim: A Continuous Assault" in regional Workshop on "Law Enforcement and gender Issues" organized by the National Commission for Women, 2001; "Problems of instability and Anti-defection Law" in Consultation Seminar for "Reviewing the Working of the Constitution" Organised by the National Commission to Review the Working of the Constitution (NCRWC), Bhopal, 2001; "Model principles under Juvenile Justice Act, 2000 and International Obligations: An Evaluation" in the Workshop on National Consultation on implementation of Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act, 2000 organised by Govt. of India, Min. of Social Justice & Empowerment and Govt. of Madhya Pradesh, October, 2001.

He recently participated in the Curriculum Validation workshop on development of National Vocational Educational Qualification certification Framework, sponsored by Ministry of Human Resource Development, GOI. He worked on a project on "Environmental Law - Capacity Building" relating to a case study of River water pollution in Madhya Pradesh through distilleries sponsored by World Bank, through Ministry of Environment and Forests, GOI, New Delhi.

His teaching interests include Constitutional Law, Administrative Law, Property Law, Procedural Laws and Law of Torts.