The 4th National Moot Court Competition (8th March to 10th March) organized by Amity Law School, was concluded at Amity University Gurugram campus last night (on 10th March 2017). Sh Suresh Chandra, Information Commissioner, Central Information Commission, Former Law Secretary, Govt of India, Shri Biswajit Das, Advocate, Supreme Court,Col R Balasubramanian, Former Additional Solicitor General, Supreme Court, Shri Sudhir Choudhary, Former DGP, Admin Haryana along with Prof P B Sharma, Vice Chancellor, Amity University Gurugram graced the Valedictory Function and awarded the winners.
The Chief Guest during Inaugural ceremony was Hon’ble Shri Dipak Misra, Former Chief Justice of India. The second day of 2nd Amity National Moot Court Competition comprised of two sessions of preliminary round and quarter finals thereafter. These rounds were judged by 40 Judges comprising of Advocates and Academicians.
The moot court had chosen the theme of “Constitutional and Criminal Issues”. The event sought to integrate the academic potential, legal insight and art of advocacy amongst the law students comprising of 42 Teams, each comprising of 03 students from prestigious Law Schools/Universities of the country wherein their mooting and drafting abilities and argumentative skills were put to test. These 42 Teams represented the best in the country, some of these being Eight National Law Universities, Govt Law College Mumbai, ILS Pune, IIT Kharagpur, Delhi University, Aligarh Muslim University, Symbiosis Pune and Hyderabad.
Geeta Law Institute, Panipat were the winners of the Third National Moot Court Competition and UILS Panjab University were the runners up.
While addressing the gathering Sh Suresh Chandra said, “We need new ways to improve the legal status of law. He quoted a famous quote "law is what lawyers are, and lawyers are what the law institute is". The principles on which socialistic pattern of society is based is in values and morals enshrined by the constitution.
He advised the students to follow four mantras in life that is, “you must not hate, because it destroys you and the Atmosphere, you must give something to the people and society, you must be positive and you must learn from experiences and teachings of elders.”
Prof P B Sharma, Vice Chancellor, Amity University Gururgam said, “Considering the level of participation, I can assure myself that the future of India is in safe hands.Students these days understand the implications of law in welfare and well- being of society. The future lawyers will be defending mother India and mother earth. It is the sense of justice that comes to practice with experience. Intellectual honesty holds the most important agenda.”
The Final round of the Moot Court Competition was concluded on 10th March, 2018. The winners got certificates, trophies and cash prizes. The Closing Ceremony was concluded with a Vote of Thanks by Maj Gen P K Sharma (Retd), Col Harbans Singh,MrPranshul Pathak, Ms Neha Mishra, Mr Sandeep Singh and a large number of Faculty Members were present at the function with law students in large numbers.
11kv Guru Gyan Vihar feeder under 66 kv model town grid, Ludhiana will remain off on 27-10-20 from 10:00 am to 04:00 pm due to urgent and necessary maintenance work.
Effected areas -Chhoti Jawadi, Parkash Nagar, Guru Gyan Vihar sector-2,3,4,5, Gobind Nagar, Vishal Nagar, some part of Karnail Singh Nagar (Phase-2).