School of Law, ITM University, Raipur concluded its Three Day First National Moot Court competition organized at its University campus with flamboyancy. Mr. Arvind Kumar Additional District Judge, Mr. Vivek Netam Civil Judge, Razim District, Senior Advocate Kishore Bhaduri High Court, Bilaspur Chhattisgarh judged final rounds of the event. Advocate Sanjay Sharma, Vice President Chhattisgarh State Bar Council, Raipur and Advocate Nitin K.Namdeo Mentor, Chanakya Law Academy also graced the valedictory function.
On this momentous occasion, Vice Chancellor of ITM University Dr. Sanjay Kumar in his powerful and prolific speech, said that ITM provided the national platform to deliberate upon the Constitutional Validity of article 377 of IPC where budding law graduates could hone up the art of advocacy based on facts, figures and calibrated arguments in gracious presence of high caliber sitting judges, eminent jurists, and judicial officers. He added that it has been a pride and mammoth task for the university to conduct such a mega simulated Moot court exercise for about 300 students from across the country.
List of Awardees
- Ms. Trishala V. Shetty of ILS Pune, bagged the Vice Chancellor’s Trophy for the Best Mooter.
- The Winner of the competition was Symbiosis College Pune.
- The Runner-Up Team was ICFAI Hyderabad.
- Best Memorial was clinched by Aseem Bhagwat Gopal, Law Centre 1, University of Delhi.
Students were extremely thrilled to participate in the event and learned intricacies of pleading the cases while interacting with judicial officers and law practitioners.
The Convener of the event was Mr. Shankar Banerjee, Head School of Law. The Event Coordinator was Mrs. Debashree Chakraborty. The Faculty Coordinators were Dr.Subrato Dey, Miss. Jyoti Rangari, and Miss.Chandni Sharma. The Moot Court Society members were Kakoli Nath, Samarthya Pandey, Garima Chaudhary, Monika Mishra, Dipika Vyas and Nayan Lodha.
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